deals32" sceptre led-lcd hdtv - e325bv-hd for $219.98

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Based off newegg user reviews, this seems like a pretty good for the price. A few complaints of dead pixels upon arrival, though.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16889112006

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TV was $10 cheaper last week.

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The one your talking about for 209 was this one:
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre-32-X322BV-HD/15739136
and its still 209.
But this new one here is LED and super thin, much better quality tv than the one for 209

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Edge lit leds only benefit you will notice is the price of electricity and its size.

Besides that its probably gonna be about the same quality as the lcd.

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@kagamari: So this one is more energy efficient? Please let me know. I am turning on email when someone comments just so I can read your reply.

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@k87: this will use 20-30% less power then an lcd display. some dispute that edgelit leds will have slightly more eye strain then a lcd display thou.

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That Newegg link is to a different model

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LED is just the light source, these are still LCD TV's but instead of having a high efficiency fluorescent lamps it uses LED as the light source. When they perfect the OLED, Organic Light Emitting Diode then those will be even more efficient. Kodak is the driving force behind the OLED.

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@k87: The energy consumption is almost half of what the other one is. check out http://www.sceptre.com/Products/LEDTV/Specs/E325BV-HD/E325BV-HD%20Specs.htm for the specs on the power consumption which they say is 53 and the other one is http://www.sceptre.com/Products/LCD_HDTV/Specs/X322BV-HD/X322BV-HD%20Specs.htm which they say is 102