Originally Posted by Frank784
I looked through some various pages, and am wondering how this set compares to the 32-w6. Like someone pointed out, some stores have it in stock at a higher price, but also quite lower than the w6. The main problem I'm not running out to get the set is because there are no a/v inputs, or so I've read, and I'm pretty happy with my w6. But If I could save my parents some money(w6 was a gift and still under return period), then maybe I'll pick this set up.
Best Buy's website is incorrect.
This set has the exact same inputs as the W6. It has:
1 HDMI-HDCP with L/R audio
1 VGA with PC Audio
1 Composite video with L/R audio
1 S-Video with L/R audio (audio shared with composite video audio)
2 Component Video with L/R audio for each
1 USB service port
1 Qam/NTSC/ATSC tuner
1 SPDIF digital audio port out (Toslink Optical kind)
1 L/R audio out
It is the same tv as the w6 but with a better refresh rate (6.5 vs 8.0 ms) and a higher contrast ratio (1200 vs 1000) not to mention cheaper!
Guy at best buy said this tv was replacing the W6. Not sure about that but that is what he said.