I bought this to replace an old 26" 720p HDTV. When I saw the price tag on this I almost couldn't believe it. 300 bucks for a 32" 1080p LED-backlit HDTV is a great deal! I don't even care that it is pink, you don't stare at the casing when you watch TV anyway. The picture is nice, I went to a screen calibration website: "http://www.photofriday.com/calibrate.php" and tried to set it so that every shade of white and black was visible. However it seemed that no matter what I did the whites seemed a little washed out, but it was the same way on my last HDTV too. Most HDTV's I have seen have a problem differentiating bright whites, maybe the really high-end sets are better, but I could never afford one of those so it doesn't matter. Unlike my last TV the built-in speakers can be cranked up VERY LOUD, which is a good thing! They sound nice and clear and if you don't have or can't afford a speaker system you might want to consider this set for your needs. It has a nice set of hookups. It has a component, composite, 3 HDMI, coaxial (analog screw-type connector), SPDIF, PC VGA, and USB. The VGA connector allows you to connect the TV to a PC, and the USB connector lets you view photos and video from a flash drive. I was surprised that a budget set would have this feature. I don't think there is any way you could beat this HDTV for the price. It has some nice specifications and will give you a great bang for your buck! Just don't let anyone pick on you about it being pink (lol).
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