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I have a 15" widescreen LCD Philips TV, it was about £270 a couple of summers ago. I have had absolutely no problems with it. It has good picture quality, good sound and is rather stylish. he speakers are on each side of the screen and there are a couple of small lights at the bottom left speaker. The buttons are hidden along the top of the TV and are easy to distinguish and press. The connections are all hidden on the back under the TV tube, they are rather awkward to get to but easy enough to set up. It could do with another scart connection though. The picture is a bit fuzzy every now and then, but I think that's the terrible signal we get. Also, I do have a dead pixel and a small scratch on the screen that was picked up during transport. It also shows lines across the screen every now and then, for no apparant reason but other than that it's very reliable.
Here is an LCD TV that not only enhances the décor of your home with its European styling and slim design, but also provides a great audio-visual experience with Crystal Clear and Virtual Dolby Surround.
High definition LCD XGA display, resolution 1024 x 768p;
Crystal Clear improves picture depth;
Virtual Dolby Surround for a cinema-like audio experience;
PC input lets you also use your TV as a PC monitor;
Smart Picture and Smart Sound to personalize your viewing;
DVI-I provides the best picture and flexible connectivity.