Buying a T.V. and I have a question.


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SyntheticVirusZ

I'm wondering if it's really worth an extra $50.00 to get an extra HDMI port, an extra Component port, and 1080p? These are the two I was looking at.

http://www.vizio.com/flat-panel-hdtvs/vo320e.html

http://www.vizio.com/flat-panel-hdtvs/voj320f1a.html

And as a side question what's a service port on a T.V. anyway? Sorry I have been out of the home theater loop for a while now.

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Darconf

People at walmart told me the vizio has a very high fail rate

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hdood

The service port will be some interface that is used to diagnose and upgrade the software that runs on the TV. As for the rest, the resolution (720p versus 1080p) is the only difference. It means the more expensive one can display a more detailed picture if a 1080p source (like Bluray) is connected to it.

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SyntheticVirusZ
People at walmart told me the vizio has a very high fail rate
Sigh... I knew the price looked to good to be true...
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Darconf

rca, samsung, Lg and sony all are comprable in price. I would recomend the sony, LG Or phillips

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splur

Might as well, why not?

Just for future reference, 1080p/60Hz kind of blows... but only if you're really watching HD. If you're not, nothing really matters.

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SyntheticVirusZ

Thanks for the advice guys :)

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