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Old 11-26-2011, 06:40 PM - Thread Starter
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If you find any cyber monday deals could you please post links.
Maybe we can do this on the price ---->
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Old 11-27-2011, 08:56 AM
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I am really looking for a good deal. Seems like the ones that are out there have very limited inputs and outputs.
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Wish I had good news but all prices seem to be the same as Fri if not more now....guess they cleared their Red.
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I know this isnt the most universallly loved TV in the world, but the Panasonic TC-L47DT50 is $800 on Amazon. I just bought one. At that price, i think i can live with it's imperfections. It is going in our kitchen over the fireplace, so the design is pretty important factor.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00752R9Q4/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER
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I purchased a 60" Sharp Aquos LCD (LC-60E69U) from Dell for 798.00 with online 200.00 coupon from Dell.

Can someone comment if I will see a noticeable difference between LCD and LED.

Thanks
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I'm in the same boat. I had my eye on the door buster at Walmart (Vizio 60-inch E601i-A3 for $688) but wasn't willing to camp out for it. The price went up to $998 the next day. I thought I could find a decent deal on a similar tv on Cyber Monday but I've had no luck. The prices haven't dipped for most of the retailers that I've seen.
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I'm in the same boat. I had my eye on the door buster at Walmart (Vizio 60-inch E601i-A3 for $688) but wasn't willing to camp out for it. The price went up to $998 the next day. I thought I could find a decent deal on a similar tv on Cyber Monday but I've had no luck. The prices haven't dipped for most of the retailers that I've seen.


wait on that one. it's SURE to be around $700 within the next couple months at most. I've heard rumblings that Costco is prepping to do a sale on that sucker, just not sure HOW MUCH of a sale right now
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I purchased a 60" Sharp Aquos LCD (LC-60E69U) from Dell for 798.00 with online 200.00 coupon from Dell.
Can someone comment if I will see a noticeable difference between LCD and LED.
Thanks

From what I've read, it really depends on the set. LED does not necessarily mean better.

I know someone with a 60 inch Sharp, not sure of the model number, but I've been impressed by it. Of course I saw it during the period of time my old set was dying, so I probably would have been impressed with anything! wink.gif
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:07 PM
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I bought the Samsung 55" led UN55ES6150 from Costco TODAY ONLY ! regular price : $1849. sale price : $1049. ( yes... $800 off !)

its a smart TV with all the bells and whistles... (no 3D though, which is fine with me, because I never wanted to pay for something I knew I would not use)


I think Samsung has one of the best pictures per price point, and at this price, I felt like it was time to move the old rear projection panny out of the living room.... ( although it still has a great picture )


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This is a good price.
Panasonic Smart VIERA 55" LCD HD TC-L55E50 $899.99

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00752R9SW/?ie=...linkCode=as2
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This is a good price.
Panasonic Smart VIERA 55" LCD HD TC-L55E50 $899.99
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00752R9SW/?ie=...linkCode=as2

Is this the same TV but without 3D that was also $899 on Black Friday?
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Old 11-27-2012, 05:12 PM
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The good deals seem to have dried up after Saturday. At this point it's probably best to wait until the new year if you can.
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Speaking in general. Thanksgiving sales tend to be geared towards the cheapest dollar amount which means that the lower end tvs get the biggest discounts. Right before the super bowl is when the higher end/bigger screens tend to see the best deals.
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Speaking in general. Thanksgiving sales tend to be geared towards the cheapest dollar amount which means that the lower end tvs get the biggest discounts. Right before the super bowl is when the higher end/bigger screens tend to see the best deals.

This is great to know, thanks. It's hard to play the wait-a-little-longer game though. For me it's a horrible trap. If I keep this up, I'll finally strike sometime around 2025 with the Walmart 200" OLED 64K special for $100.

Which, of course, by then will be considered a piece of crap by everyone here. LOL...

Send this to all your friends! When will this stupidity end? So hysterical: Vertical Video Syndrome --- a PSA.
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