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Auria 32" LCD HDTV 1080p 60Hz EQ3266e $269.99 FS
Auria 32" LCD HDTV 1080p 60Hz EQ3266e $269.99 free shipping. Part of Newegg's 48hour sale that started midnight February 15 PST.. Decent reviews for a 1080p TV at this price range. Usual price on Newegg seems to be $350. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6889611019
The Newegg reviews on this exact model look pretty decent, 4/5 stars over 18 reviews...
I tried to find the review page for that model TV, I wrote about. Couldn't. But read a number of other reviews, especially for this particular model. Some reviews, mostly ok, want to say (86/100) I remember that particular one. But one did say - "no customer service". Warranty issue? It appears NewEgg has been dealing with the company (Indian?).
In the prior model comments 26LCD HDTV?, I believe, all four had broken down within 3 months and attempts to contact customer service were unsuccessfull, that was in 2009.
There is a chance that it has been bought out (just a thought).
I pay attention to these because I bought an off brand 32 inch HDTV from an Indian company (thru TigerDirect), about 8 years ago (Noka) and I never could locate how to contact them. Their manual was incorrect about one of the hookups and I wanted to wallmount it. Funny though, it never broke down (noisy fan though) and is still in use in my office (minimal use now - 6 HDTVs in the home).
With the low prices and deals for 32 inch HDTVs going on right now, I would still recommend you stick with the major companies. Before, during and even afterwards Black Friday, some major 32 inch deals were in the $200-$300 price range. There are still some great 32 inch deals (720) going on (just not Tiger's coupon mess) and most of them are showing up on SD.
Below is some info taken from a write-up in a New York newspaper. I did a google search for Auria company.
"...To cut costs, he’s outsourced everything, including his staff. His panels are manufactured and designed by CMO (Chi Mei Optoelectronics), a major Taiwan-based supplier to other brands. He’s eschewing brick-and-mortar stores (not that he’d have an easy time getting shelf space) for online outlets only. Companies like Amazon, NewEgg, Samsclub.com, and Target.com will carry his product....".
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