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Dec 20 2012, 5:51pm CST | by , in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide

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Holiday Gift Guide 2012: JVC BlackCrystal 32-inch HDTV only $199, free shipping
 
 

Absurdly good value for the price

Normally when you see a 32-inch HDTV for $200, you assume it's offbrand, has substandard picture and sound, or won't last long without flaking out.

JVC's BlackCrystal line of LCD HDTVs proves this assumption unfounded. Not only are these sets well-regarded for build quality and picture quality, they're actually designed to SOUND good as well - rather unusual with flatscreens these days. More impressively, out of 172 owners, 98% would recommend this set to a friend. This is made still more impressive when you realize the negative reviews are critical of Walmart's shipping, NOT the TV itself! $199 with free shipping: 32-inch JVC BlackCrystal LCD HDTV

Highly recommended, especially for this rock-bottom price.

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