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At just $1,300, the M55d-2AR is definitely on the low end of the 55" HDTV payscale but that doesn't mean it isn't a perfectly serviceable high-def set. The picture quality isn't going to blow you away ... but it makes up for it in affordability and smart features. If you've only got about a grand to spend on a new HDTV, the M55d is definitely worth a look. quote


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Gizmodo Sep 5, 2013

The picture quality isn't going to blow you away, but it makes up for it in affordability and smart features.

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LCD TV Buying Guide Jun 19, 2013

The 32 inch M321d sells for a modest $398 and is very attractively priced for this size and feature set. The LG 32LN5700 has the same set of features and sells for a bit more. This TV should be a great seller.

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