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Subject: Buying the inexpensive Date: 11/5/2003 5:55 PM
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Ok, maybe this isn't the right place for this question, but here goes.

In the spirit of reducing my debt and putting additional monies aside to supplement my meager retirement, I really don't want to spend more than 200.00 on a new TV (Ouch - I can hear the snickers now).

At the same time I want a decent sized screen (20" plus would be just fine) and decent picture resolution. Considering I'll be upgrading from a 13" Sharp with no extra trimmings, would anyone be willing to offer suggestions without deleting this message out of hand?

Thanks much for anyone who can sympathize with my situation.

Adiletante
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