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Hi! Can you please tell me what you would recommend for a 32" 720p TV? I will not have a cable...

Hi! Can you please tell me what you would recommend for a 32" 720p TV? I will not have a cable box hooked up to it - just the cable from the wall - and it will be on a patio that will get indirect sunlight from the west. Thanks so much. I am really enjoying your site for the first time!
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    Since the sunlight is indirect, you shouldn't have to worry too much. Most decent TVs can get bright enough that some ambient light won't be a problem.
    The best TV we reviewed in 2014 that is available in a 32" size is the H6350, which is a 1080p TV. It has good contrast and should have decent uniformity, and it comes with Samsung's smart features. If you want to save money and go for a 720p set, the Vizio E320i-A2 offers similar quality for less money (it has slightly worse black uniformity, but comparable contrast), though its smart offerings aren't as good.
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