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post #1171 of 1357 Old 06-10-2013, 05:33 PM
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I think Sharp has made the right decision here, in lowering the MSRP of the 657 90" by thousands of dollars versus the previous sku

As anyone seen a 657 for sale yet? It is not listed on the Sharp USA site and a quick Google search did not find one.

If no, any word on when they will be available?
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As anyone seen a 657 for sale yet? It is not listed on the Sharp USA site and a quick Google search did not find one.

If no, any word on when they will be available?
I read somewhere (don't remember where) in the fall . It's also been reported last winter that the 745 90" would be built all thru this summer

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As anyone seen a 657 for sale yet? It is not listed on the Sharp USA site and a quick Google search did not find one.

If no, any word on when they will be available?

A few vendors are taking pre-orders, the sales reps claim their buyers have instructed them that deliveries will begin in early July.

http://www.videoandaudiocenter.com/LC90LE657U-p/lc90le657u.htm
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My local shop called his distributor. They said there is only the 745 and the list price on that is 7,999, offered at 7,500 to me. Nothing unexpected. Hopefully the newer model does begin shipping soon.
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My local shop called his distributor. They said there is only the 745 and the list price on that is 7,999, offered at 7,500 to me. Nothing unexpected. Hopefully the newer model does begin shipping soon.

Supposedly new 90 inch model ships from Sharp on 7-1-2013.
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Found this page on the Sharp direct site while fooling around today:

LC-90LE657U Accessories

Thumbnails for the items are wrong, but the item numbers themselves are right.
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Found the manual for it. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/lit_files/83899.pdf
Sure hope the price will be good on the new one. I've watched Amazon for a week as their quantity of the 745 has dropped from 12 to 3, Costco still as them with the rebate. But I'll wait for the new one.
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I had seen both of the above links about one week ago and to me it seemed another indication that the release date for the LC-90LE657U is very near; I expect dealers to receive notification of shipment from Sharp during first two weeks of July and dealers to be informing pre-order customers about the "good news"....And soon after that we'll see someone start the AVS "Official Sharp LC-90LE657U Thread" with the felicitous comment "mine arrives tomorrow, accordind to UPS" !!....And many similar comments to follow....Ha!
I was rather surprised looking at the manual for the 657 and noticing that it has full CMS control - hue, saturation, brightness - to calibrate R/G/B colors points correctly and gray-scale tracking adjustment with R/G/B GAIN calibration at two or ten points from 0 IRE to 100 IRE, very impressive; I only hope it works as specified as i have been reading test reports of flat panel displays that have similar controls and yet being incapable of correct calibration.
I imagine that within its first month of release the street price for this model will drop to $6,999.00 and by Christmas sale season it might be offered at Best Buy from $6,499.00 to as low as $6,150.00 and online retailers offering it lower priced - $5,499.00, anyone ?
I realized some time ago that if i were to ever purchase such humongous sized flat panel display it would have to be done locally due to its size, weight, fragility and assorted reported problems, and that Best Buy would probably be my only choice due to the company's warehousing abilities (thus very large unit inventories) and willingness to fast exchange units deemed defective by customers without any hassles; Besides, my local Best Buy is located twenty minutes walk or 8 minutes drive from where i live.
I am so impressed by the care LG has devoted to customers of its 84" UHD display and some of the pictures posted on that thread showing three-technician crews having the panel fully open laying flat on the ground with blanket underneath followed by the removal of defective panel and replacement panel being installed. On the other hand LG supposedly manufactured only 2.000 of those panels, so maybe that is the reason why the company can afford such lavish care.
It would be great if Best Buy offered something similar for all HDTV larger than 60" : local technicians driving to customers homes to assess problems and repair units on-site asap as well as the capability of exchanging the unit by having a similar one brand-new and boxed stored in the truck, just in case. I would certainly pay extra for such warranty.
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I need to make a TV decision soon and I would like the newer model. Does anybody have any speculation on when that is coming out?
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I need to make a TV decision soon and I would like the newer model. Does anybody have any speculation on when that is coming out?

We already have talked about everything known in terms of guessing, read the last few pages of posts. Looks like early to mid July deliveries to dealers.
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My local shop called his distributor. They said there is only the 745 and the list price on that is 7,999, offered at 7,500 to me. Nothing unexpected. Hopefully the newer model does begin shipping soon.
There is just not enough 90" 745U out there to warrant a price dump frown.gif I want one as well in the 5K range wink.gif

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There is just not enough 90" 745U out there to warrant a price dump frown.gif I want one as well in the 5K range wink.gif

Agree, have watched inventory levels across a variety of sources for a four/five months now, even before the "657" possibility became known, and it's clear that Sharp scaled production to meet demand almost perfectly with this set at some point previously, because there hasn't ever been much excess inventory anywhere during that span.

It makes sense of course, because after a full year of sales and data as a mfg you should know exactly how many units you can move during whatever span and throttle production to line up with that data. So no "blowout" 90" 745s at its end-of-life unfortunately.

But at least the 657 will start the game at a much lower $7999 MSRP, which should see street prices fall below $6k pretty quickly. Maybe even near $5k from first tier/big-box price-matching retailers by Xmas. Just in time for Xbox One and PS4... biggrin.gif
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Maybe because the pricing on the current model has dropped to 7,999 to move it out, and people are just assuming the new model will have the same price. I sure hope the new pricing is the same or I will really kick myself for not ordering it now.
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For what it's worth I am a Sharp dealer and to my knowledge the MSRP of the new lc-90le657u is $10,999 with MAP pricing of $9,999. Not sure why the pre-orders are being taken at $7,999 at various online merchants. Maybe they don't have to abide by MAP for pre-orders? Since I am not an online reseller and do not advertise pricing online I've never had to address that issue.

Also, with regard to availability I'm currently showing a projected ETA of 6/24. This date is subject to change but it's currently what I'm being shown online. So hopefully you all will see an "official owners" thread starting at the beginning of July.

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Good info, strange to see so many "$7,999" listings (now at multiple major vendors), but hopefully we'll know soon. Either way, it's basically a "free" upgrade to the rest of the 657 improvements regardless.
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Is the new sharp 90" going to look the same as the new 80" model??
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For what it's worth I am a Sharp dealer and to my knowledge the MSRP of the new lc-90le657u is $10,999 with MAP pricing of $9,999. Not sure why the pre-orders are being taken at $7,999 at various online merchants. Maybe they don't have to abide by MAP for pre-orders? Since I am not an online reseller and do not advertise pricing online I've never had to address that issue.

Also, with regard to availability I'm currently showing a projected ETA of 6/24. This date is subject to change but it's currently what I'm being shown online. So hopefully you all will see an "official owners" thread starting at the beginning of July.

Thanks,
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So it is going to he $10k pricing launch you would think? Best buy has it at $6k right now I have been waiting to see the new model come out as I heard the price is a lower msrp but if it isn't I would prefer to buy the 2012 cheaper model.
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Looks like someone finally showed up with excess 745 inventory that they need to move out before the 657 arrives, that $5998 Best Buy price is fantastic considering delivery is free and you can return any suspect unit without issue.

At that price the very worst someone will get "caught" on a 745 is at roughly equal street pricing to the 657...IF...the 657 arrives at that $7999 MSRP that was rumored earlier.

If it shows up at that $10,999 MSRP / $9,999 MAP price that Joe mentioned, then the 745 @ $5998 is a true steal.

Either way though it's win/win on a 745 at that price...
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Looks like someone finally showed up with excess 745 inventory that they need to move out before the 657 arrives, that $5998 Best Buy price is fantastic considering delivery is free and you can return any suspect unit without issue.

At that price the very worst someone will get "caught" on a 745 is at roughly equal street pricing to the 657...IF...the 657 arrives at that $7999 MSRP that was rumored earlier.

If it shows up at that $10,999 MSRP / $9,999 MAP price that Joe mentioned, then the 745 @ $5998 is a true steal.

Either way though it's win/win on a 745 at that price...

I think the BB price is amazing. For the first time, they are well below the online shops.....

Many people said they were waiting for the sub $6K price. Here it is.....
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I think the BB price is amazing. For the first time, they are well below the online shops.....

Many people said they were waiting for the sub $6K price. Here it is.....

When I first saw it talked about early this morning I didn't believe it, figured it was an error. But their system let me place the order to completion, with an email confirmation and delivery scheduling, so it's definitely real for those lurking.

Nearly the same price as the first 80" model when it was initially launched, and that was a non-3D 632. Same goes for the 80" 844 that followed six months later, this BB price is lower than that was at launch as well.

Can't beat it.
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It's been in my cart all day but I can not find the box dimensions. BB won't deliver to me and it will be a two hour drive home. I know it will fit in my pick up, not sure how difficult it will be to tie down though. Or if there is a problem with the screen if BB will take it back since they didn't deliver. Sigh. Any experience out there?
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A large LCD flat screen TV's must be shipping in a up right position ONLY ,
The glass screen will fail if it is transported flat even a short distance will cause a breakage (the glass flexes up & down ) the bigger the screen , the more fragile that they are " This is Important to note ! "
If you must transport by a pick-up then have the box up right much like you see a harely-davidson motorcycle is hauled . a inverted Tee if you will
you can place empty large produce boxes on each side to keep from tipping over , bring some boards with you to place on the top edge to keep the straps from cutting into the box
place box in center of P/U bed throw straps over the top & tie down at the P/U bed edges (this is where the boards help )

I am / was a mover by trade , so I know what I am talking about

the box is on a small pallet so you can attach boards by screwing them to the pallet ends to act as outriggers which will help keep the box up-right & stable Best if these boards are about as long & as wide as the P/U bed is wide I you follow what I mean
Just do not place any support in the middle of the area of the front face of the box as the box as NO protection from any pressure at that point .
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Thanks for the advice. Wasn't sure how tall it would be but I found the shipping dimensions, 88-1/16" x 57-1/2" x 13-3/16. The boards are a good idea, not sure if there are any hard points on the box for tie downs. However, now Best Buy won't let me ship to store either, and they won't answer their phone. I'll keep trying.
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We got our TV as an open box/display model over the Memorial Day weekend. The price we paid was just a little less than what is currently being advertised. I wonder if I'd be able to talk to BB about a lower price seeing as we bought a used TV? Thoughts?

We ended up picking up the TV as they didn't seem that excited about delivering the TV at the price sold. It was set up on the stand as the box and packing materials had been thrown out. BB did a good job of wrapping it up in bubble wrap, but... It still scared me a little bit driving with this thing. We had about a 15 mile drive. I brought multiple tie downs, but it seemed like a box truck would have been a better way to transport this. How about renting a small U-Haul truck to get it home, bluesun68?
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Problem with renting a truck is they charge by the mile. I could rent an enclosed trailer and that would get it out of the wind, but right now they will not let me buy it anyway. Ironic really.
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We got our TV as an open box/display model over the Memorial Day weekend. The price we paid was just a little less than what is currently being advertised. I wonder if I'd be able to talk to BB about a lower price seeing as we bought a used TV? Thoughts?

Are you a Sliver Rewards Zone member? If so, then you are still within your 60-day return window. They will either have to work with you on the price, or give you a full refund.
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Are you a Sliver Rewards Zone member? If so, then you are still within your 60-day return window. They will either have to work with you on the price, or give you a full refund.

I am now, after the TV purchase, but wasn't at the time. Does that make a difference?
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I am now, after the TV purchase, but wasn't at the time. Does that make a difference?

Unfortunately, I think it does make a difference. You probably only had 15 days, which means your time to get a refund has elapsed. Of course, it never hurts to ask. Talk to the manager and see if he will do anything for you.
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I just bought the TV they didn't have the TV anywhere in stock. So I bought the floor model they had on display and they gave me a nice $1k off. As far as the return policy being 15 days I had a issue with that and basically after you buy the TV you will be the silver member so he just said call him and he will allow you to return the TV on a big purchase like this.

Did anyone go for the protection plan?
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I've been keeping my eye on this thread for a while now.. looking to upgrade from my 70" to something larger.. the best buy deal is tempting.

Does anybody know if the specs between the 745U and upcoming 657U will be different (except for the bluetooth 3D glasses and the TV internet apps, neither of which I care about) ? Are there any color/contrast/etc differences between these two sets? I always thought that the 7 series had better specs than the 6 series sets did..

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