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I have been looking for a hdtv for some time and ive found my nich $1400-1900 now i know this is a very tight spot for tvs but i want an excellent set and I have found i want a vt or st panosonic

Now all i know is VT is the literal best of the best in affordability. I honestly love the Samsung f8000 and Would take that if i could find it for less than 2200.

Basically I want a Great quality picture with tight PPI screens with decent latency and great color and black depth.

Conclusion came to the VT and ST series of plasmas for an all around win

 I have almost scammed myself going on East Coast tv and Abes of Maine.... I HEARD AND READ STAY AWAY FROM THEM>>?? there jesry pawn scammers.

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Where should I buy a tv on the net that might not be just amazon... any legit sites not very popular?

I found this site through amazon 
http://www.balisys.com/

is this a legit seller.. I AM FREAKING OUT if it is.???

What do you guys think of Sharps tv;s and Sonys vs a Panasonic

IS a 7100 Samsung any good? and is there another panosonic i should look at?

Should i just wait till june or july till i buy a set?

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That site you linked is a scam site, do not create and account with that fake company, and do not enter any information or passwords in any of those fields.

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thanks... I wasent about to, I called there office and no pickup.so it made me concerned immediately after noticing all there prices where so low

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What size TV are you looking for? What features do you want the TV to have, 3d, smart, etc?

Some TV's to consider...

- Samsung 64H5000. Uses a pentile screen but offers a great picture. (within budget)
- Samsung 60F8500 - Best plasma currently still be produced. 60" would be a little higher then the top of your budget.
- Sony 65w850a - One of the best LED TV's currently. Has been on sale at the top of your price range from Buydig.
- Sony 55w900a - Best LED if you can still find one. They were selling within you price range.

Some online dealers you can look at. Some offer better returns then others so you might want to take that into consideration before ordering anything. While all these places are legot, some of them will have you pay returning shipping if there is a problem.

Amazon, Buydig, Pauls TV (Currently has a 20% off coupon for F7100 and F8000 series with coupon code SAMSUNG. Also, Amazon will price match them if the TV is sold and shipped by them), Newegg, Cleveland Plasma, Abt (5% cash back if you have a Discover Card through shop Discover).

I am probably forgetting a few more but that is a start.
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I would recommend Value Electronics or Cleveland Plasma. Both reputable, and excellent service.

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