I'd try to stick with TV sets that accept component video inputs, i.e. three video inputs, red, blue, and green, so the set isn't obsolete before you get it home.I second that advice.Having enough (or more than enough) connections is important. It is worth it to paying the extra dough for a TV with the best connections for your DVD player, VCR, cable/antenna, video games, etc... If you run out of available connections you should consider either a home theater receiver or a simple switch box that will allow you to select between different devices. Either is better than repeatedly plugging and unplugging different components into the TV.marxtacy
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