Originally Posted by rogo
You're just completely wrong.
Sony, Panasonic, Sharp are all losing money selling TVs.
Samsung and LG are perhaps squeezing out very small profits, but the way they run their books makes that hard to be certain of.
I'm sorry you don't understand how business works, but businesses do very very strange things.
Like selling an AVR that was MSRP for almost $2K, with a simplified consumer version of a $13K+ room correction software, at a 65% discount for new units? With free shipping? That's the Sherwood R-972, BTW.
That's a pretty good definition of 'strange'. But not for an accountant....,
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