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Toshiba 50L5200U LCD HDTV Review$1,099.00
For a mid-range TV, this connectivity spread is actually pretty decent. It's nothing to compete with the plethora of options available on most flagship models, but for what you're paying it's got a lot of what most users need. You've got one dedicated USB for media playback, digital and analog audio outs, 3 HDMI, composite and PC audio ins, standard cable and VGA jacks, and a single component input.
Wondering about where you'll plug in your standard definition, composite input products? We were too. At first glance, there doesn't appear to be a way to do it. What you have to do is go into picture options and change the component input from HD ColorStream to Video. It's confusing, and we worry that many users will simply be confounded should they not be lucky to stumble onto our humble web site. Samsung's high-end plasma, the E8000 series, has a single component input that doubles as composite by automatically detecting the signal.
Toshiba could have tried to implement something like that for easier use. But otherwise, this is a decent port selection for the price you're paying.