Im looking for an affordable TV for my house. My ex-wife took my 55" and Im in need of another, but am on a budget.
I found this, but because it's so cheap, I was wondering if its quality. http://www.walmart.com/ip/RCA-50-LCD-1080p-60Hz-50LB45R...
Its a bundle that includes the 50" LCD, home theatre, hdmi cable and a DVD player for 630 bucks.
This sounds like a smashing deal, but is the TV crap?
I have a pretty good 2 speaker set up and a DVD player, so would this be a better deal, since I dont NEED the speakers/DVD player? http://www.walmart.com/ip/Hisense-55-Class-LED-LCD-1080...
I dont like buying refurbed, but Im on a budget, and its 5" bigger, faster refresh rate, is wifi and 3D. Is it worth it?
PS: My DVD player is NOT BluRay, if it matters.
Whats so bad about RCA?
And, im on a really tight budget, so is the other TV any better?
If not, could you suggest a good 50"-60" tv for under 700$?
EDIT: a 2 year warrenty is 65 and a 3 is 99 so Id probably get the 3 for 730.
I know I could get a better brand TV for this price, but Im getting the 3$ more 2pk of hdmi, a sound system AND a DVD player..
Its really temping offer.
RCA is now considered a junk brand by 99.999% of experts. The real question is, do you want to save $100, and sacrifice image quality, or spend a little more now, and be happy with your purchase for years. If you do end up buying the RCA, buy the warranty, you'll probably use it.
TL DR I wouldn't touch the RCA brand with a 10 foot pole. There are too many good options for a bit more money.
For quality sets between 650-750 bucks, look at the following (everything is 1080p)
Best to my knowledge, LG LM6200 would fit with your requirement at a very competitive price. This TV possess full HD 1080p image and PQ is exceptionally good.
Try this model only if you're a fan of passive 3d though.
They're right with what they said about the quality of those brands. I think you should get something from the more trusted brands. Anyway, not all of them are that expensive. For some of them, you only have to stretch your budget a bit more. I strongly believe that quality should never be sacrificed because of price. If you do that you'll end up paying more. Someone recommended lg's lm6200 smart 3d tv and what I know is you can get the 47" for just around $900.