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My 27" TV kicked the bucket. When I turn on my TV I just get a very, very dark image. I can't even see the TV menu to adjust for brightness. The TV lasted about 7+ years. That is pretty good for a TV made in Mexico.

It's time to get another TV set.

Which TV set do you guys recommend? The budget has to be within $300 Cdn.
 

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Get a flat-screen TV. The quality is much better. You should be able to get a 24" flat-screen for under $300 CDN.
 

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Panasonic is excellent. Great choice.

Flatscreen TVs are still CRT based, but the image doesn't wrap at all giving a better illusion of quality.. and it's quite a big difference from a regular bubble TV.
 

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Panasonic is excellent. Great choice.

Flatscreen TVs are still CRT based, but the image doesn't wrap at all giving a better illusion of quality.. and it's quite a big difference from a regular bubble TV.
I have also decided on a Toshiba 24" Flat Screen.

It's smaller, but it's cheaper than the 27" Panasonic one.

Is Toshiba a good brand for TV sets?
 

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try and get an rca 27inch true flatscreen tv,it costs me about $228 before taxes and works damn good:).
 

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I bought a great JVC 27" TV...it has all the hookups I need, it's not a flatscreen, but it was on $215...
 
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