Vizio LCD HDTV 32-in 720p Model: L32 10/10 condition - $200 OBRO

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May 22, 2004
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Bell Mobility,
Primary/Corp: Rogers unl. BB 9000 (Telstra
I'm selling a fully-functional and cosmetically-perfect Vizio hi-def television.


  • Resolution: 1366 x 768 (720p/1080i)
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Color: Black & Silver
  • Inputs: 1 x HDMI, 2 x Component, 3 x Composite (1 on side), 1 x S-Video (on side), 1 x RF (Analog Cable), 1 x RF (Digital Cable), 1 x D-Sub (VGA, from a computer)
  • Outputs: 1 x Headphone jack (on side), 1 x RCA Stereo, 1 x SPDIF (Digital Cable only)
  • Screen type: Anti-glare
  • Comes with: Remote, Power cable

Worthy points of mention:

  • I have had this TV for 4 years. No problems.
  • Only one "annoyance": When connecting via HDMI and selecting a resolution higher than 720p (e.g. 1080i) there will be some very light "noise" on the screen. The ignorability of this noise is subjective. However, watching 1080i on VGA or Component is absolutely perfect.
  • The PIP (Picture-in-Picture) functionality is excellent. If your primary picture is a non-digital input (e.g. VGA, RF, Composite, S-Video) then your secondary can be any digital input and vice versa. My new TV can't do this.
  • The remote is fantastic. It allows you to do 95% of the useful functions with one button press. My new TV's remote can't do this, either.
  • Similar TVs will cost you $270+tax to $550+tax at the store. Yet, I am willing to bet that this has better picture and sound and more features. Remember, 4 years ago this was a mid-range set, not a low-end.

Here is the user manual:

And a more detailed product sheet:

Actual TV:


Price is negotiable & I answer emails pretty fast (waqqas31 at gmail). I will answer PMs also, but not as fast.
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