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why a smart tv?
I'm kinda with theMG here.
The TV for me is basically just a monitor.
It only needs one HDMI input.
Also one set of component and composite inputs.
The A/V receiver is going to handle all the source switching and provide the sound amplification for the surround.
And since I use OTA (no cable, dish or other type pay TV sewrvice) I just rely on the TV's own digital tuner to get great HD content.
I can just turn on the TV to "watch TV" or if I want I can power up the A/V unit and bluray, DVD, ROKU or other device for additional content and experience.
No need for the TV to be "smart" when the user is.