Costco extends manufacture warranty to 2 years
Returns accepted within 90 days from date of purchase
Screen Size: 32 (31.5" diagonal)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio: 2500:1
Brightness: 500 cd/m2
Response Time: 6 ms
Viewing Angle (HxV): 178° x 178°
HDTV Compatibility: 480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i / 1080p
3D Comb filter
V-Chip Parental control
Wall Mount Bracket (optional) : Height 100mm x Width 200mm
Tabletop Stand: Included
Dimensions: 31.5W x 23.5"H x 9.8"D (w/ stand) 31.5W x 21.5"H x 4"D (w/ out stand)
Weight: 30.4 lbs
Speakers (Built-in Speaker): 17w per Channel
HDMI Input x 2
Component (YPbPr) Input x 2
S-Video Input x 2(Audio Shared with AV)
Composite (AV) Input x 2
VGA Input x 1
VGA Stereo Input x 1
SPDIF Output (Optical) x 1
Audio L/R Output x 1
I own one of these and I think its a great set for the money. It has excellent picture quality for a budget 1080p set. I was not that impressed w/ the Audio (mids and highs are ok but severly lacks base) but overall I'm happy with it.
Have you had the chance to compare this tv to any other 32" htvs? I'm looking for a 32" tv for my ps3 and I would like to know how the 1080p compares to other 32" lcds around this price range. I've seen 42" off brand 1080p lcds that look no where near as clear as the samsung or sharp 720p lcds.
I'm considering purchasing this one as well. Just don't like the pictures I see on other 32" LCDs at 720p. I've not seen the picture on this one but the next size larger LCDs that have 1080 have a substantially better picture. I'm hesitant to purchase it sight unseen but you can return directly to Costco stores and the price ($620 with shipping after $150 off) online is great.
Any other owners out there?
For anybody who was in my same position (bought the Visio recently), check your store. Mine had a 70 dollar price cut, and they adjusted for me (since I would have returned it otherwise). For the same price (599), I might have gone for the Sceptre. But for 70 dollars less, I'd much rather stick with the Vizio 720p set.