A few weeks ago my tv bit the dust, so I went looking for a replacement.
My last tv was a 36" rca STV and if fit nicely into the entertainment center, until it bit the dust, and I went HDTV on the next round since the 36" HDTV's had built in speakers I had to go with a 32".
I was looking for a 32-36" to fit into the entertainment center and wanted a HDTV. I don't really need a flat panel and everything seams like its going that way.
Whats with the built in speakers, who spends $1200 + on a tv and doesn't have a surround sound setup? Why put the speaker there to take up space I'd rather have for a larger display? Do I need a flat panel lcd that will sit there with empty space behind it since it's only 4" think? Why is looking for a new TV as hard as looking for a new car?
I decided to call Sears and have them come look at the current 32", It took them two weeks to come out and look at it and another two weeks waiting for parts and them to come back to install them. Total cost a little under $400 for the repairs. A little high but I could have lived with it, the repair guy went on his way and I went to work. When I got back home and the TV had stopped working doing the same thing it did the last time so I called sears back and scheduled an appointment for them to come look at it since they had a 90 day warranty on there repairs, The appointment was made and it'll take another week for them to come look at it. So now I'm back to the 19" until they get it working.