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My friend got a Sanyo about a year ago. New. It could be this one, I am not sure. It was around 40". The colors were average, the contrast really struggled, always had to mess with settings going from movie, to football (real football not soccer) and to Video games. Sound was terrible.
After my dealings with this computer at my friends house, I don;t think I'd consider Sanyo.
I got myself a Spectre 40" about a month ago brand new for about 70 bucks more (40") and the thing is outstanding.
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ThunderThighs wrote:From what I hear on our threads and have read elsewhere, TV speakers pretty much suck across the board. The addition of a soundbar seems pretty standard. Mine has one.
I disagree. Many TV's have great sounding speakers, and they are just barely more expensive than this one. I have an LG and Vizio (both 42"), and neither requires a soundbar.
SO - do you buy a refurb with guaranteed crappy speakers knowing you'll have to shell out more $$$ for a soundbar, and then having to (potentially) deal with yet another remote for that thing, or just buy a new TV with great speakers? Kind of an easy decision.
If you're looking for an inexpensive monitor, though, I don't think you could go wrong.
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Also, DVI through a DVI/HDMI adapter. That's two. No VGA though.
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