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post #121 of 442
Hope it works out for you!

I'm now eyeing the 80"632. Down to $4k now. Oy!
post #122 of 442
My dad just called and said he got the new HHgregg ad. Said the 70LE632 is back down at $1999 starting end of next week. No link yet, just a mail ad.
post #123 of 442
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Originally Posted by kmeleon View Post

My dad just called and said he got the new HHgregg ad. Said the 70LE632 is back down at $1999 starting end of next week. No link yet, just a mail ad.

That's great! This TV is amazing! Better looking than the 3D TVS. My HHGregg had an open box for a little more than this price. They drop it another say $400, worth it.
post #124 of 442
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Originally Posted by kmeleon View Post

My dad just called and said he got the new HHgregg ad. Said the 70LE632 is back down at $1999 starting end of next week. No link yet, just a mail ad.

Yup, I got that mailer ad here in Tallahassee, FL also for the 632...really want it but just bad timing.
post #125 of 442
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Originally Posted by geomark View Post

I can't believe but I just placed my order through Paul's TV. The Sharp 735 for $2783 shipped. I've been going round and round and just had to finally place the order and give my mind some rest, which I doubt is gonna happen. All the stores around here will not budge on the price (around $3500 + tax). I think I've made the right decision. My other option was getting the Panny 65 VT30 but I think this is the right one! Couldn't be happier. Hope everything goes smooth with the shipping.

So, this is not an Amazon fulfillment?
post #126 of 442
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by DavidHir View Post

So, this is not an Amazon fulfillment?

No, I dealt with Paul's directly so that I could get their low price and 30 day price match.

If anyone has bought from them directly, do you recall how long it took to ship out from the time you placed the order? They quoted me 5-7 days until I receive it but I'm guessing it's more like 10.
post #127 of 442
Did Pauls charge u tax
N shipping
post #128 of 442
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Originally Posted by kmeleon View Post

My dad just called and said he got the new HHgregg ad. Said the 70LE632 is back down at $1999 starting end of next week. No link yet, just a mail ad.

Will this be the online price, as well?
post #129 of 442
Thread Starter 
No tax no shipping
post #130 of 442
Damn nice I might have to call Paul in the morning
post #131 of 442
Best buy for 1999 again. With 3 year financing I'm in
post #132 of 442
Man this sucks. I was about to pull the trigger in a 735 tomorrow too. Now debating on if I should save that 1000
post #133 of 442
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Originally Posted by Holiday121 View Post

Man this sucks. I was about to pull the trigger in a 735 tomorrow too. Now debating on if I should save that 1000

Only difference is 3D. Do you REALLY need 3D?

HHGregg:

http://www.hhgregg.com/sharp-70-clas...tem/LC70LE632U

Best Buy:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Sharp+-+...Week&cp=1&lp=2

Amazon via ABT:

http://www.amazon.com/AQUOS-LC-70LE6...7243106&sr=8-1
post #134 of 442
HHgregg changed their price effective today to keep up with best buy and sears. All $1999, but on HHgregg.com you can use the promo code hhgives5 and get another $100 off. I'm going to see if I can use that along with the 5% you get with using an HHgregg card today. Heading up their soon I believe.
post #135 of 442
I actually have 10% off coupon from them that makes this deal $1799.99 which is pretty sweet!
post #136 of 442
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Originally Posted by Bill Geiger View Post

Only difference is 3D. Do you REALLY need 3D?

HHGregg:

http://www.hhgregg.com/sharp-70-clas...tem/LC70LE632U

Best Buy:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Sharp+-+...Week&cp=1&lp=2

Amazon via ABT:

http://www.amazon.com/AQUOS-LC-70LE6...7243106&sr=8-1

I used to own a Sharp 52" 700UN with direct LED backlight and went thru a disaster of warranty replacements with Sharp over the last 2 years (involving edge lit replacements since they didn't make the 700UN any more). They finally agreed to give me my money back so I'm starting to look around again at the full array LED options out there. I'm still a little unfamiliar with all of these Sharp 70" Models (632, 732, 733, 734, 735), but aren't there more differences between the 632 and 735 than just 3D? I thought the 735 was quattron and the 632 was not which indicates a different panel being used, correct?
post #137 of 442
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Originally Posted by Bill Geiger View Post

I actually have 10% off coupon from them that makes this deal $1799.99 which is pretty sweet!

How did you get the coupon?
post #138 of 442
I had it in my HHGregg account. I guess they just give it out to users who have accounts. No code or anything. It is in your cart and you apply it. Mine says the following:

This is one time use coupon to be used on hhgregg.com - 10% Off One Item. The 10% discount will be calculated off the highest priced item on the order.
Expires:Jan 31, 2012
post #139 of 442
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Originally Posted by djjaeger View Post

I used to own a Sharp 52" 700UN with direct LED backlight and went thru a disaster of warranty replacements with Sharp over the last 2 years (involving edge lit replacements since they didn't make the 700UN any more). They finally agreed to give me my money back so I'm starting to look around again at the full array LED options out there. I'm still a little unfamiliar with all of these Sharp 70" Models (632, 732, 733, 734, 735), but aren't there more differences between the 632 and 735 than just 3D? I thought the 735 was quattron and the 632 was not which indicates a different panel being used, correct?

Yes, there are more differences. I was just saying for price purposes.
post #140 of 442
Thread Starter 
735 is also full array as opposed to edge lit and has 240hz. I recommend paying a bit more and getting the set you want, if indeed you want a 3d, full array, etc. Otherwise, just get the 632. In my case, I figured in tax and the difference is about $500 between the 632 and 735 so I got the 735. I have 10 days for an exchange through Pauls, plenty of time to see if there are any major issues with the set.
post #141 of 442
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Originally Posted by geomark View Post

735 is also full array as opposed to edge lit and has 240hz. I recommend paying a bit more and getting the set you want, if indeed you want a 3d, full array, etc. Otherwise, just get the 632. In my case, I figured in tax and the difference is about $500 between the 632 and 735 so I got the 735. I have 10 days for an exchange through Pauls, plenty of time to see if there are any major issues with the set.

And the 735 professionally calibrates better...it can be dialed in extremely well.
post #142 of 442
I can't get a local store to budge on the price. Neither bb or hhgregg
post #143 of 442
632u is full array...
post #144 of 442
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by seanclayton View Post

632u is full array...

The 632U is edge lit NOT full array. Check your info before you post incorrect details in this thread. It's confusing enough for everyone.

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Originally Posted by Holiday121 View Post

I can't get a local store to budge on the price. Neither bb or hhgregg

They won't move on their price right now. They will claim overhead. Your best best bet is to go with an online reputable company and don't worry about the shipping. If it's a good company, they will honor their shipping/return/replacement guarantee. Good luck.
post #145 of 442
If anyone got a 5% code for hhgregg and ain't using it pm me it please would greatly appreciate it.

How do you get the Code I signed up on there site
post #146 of 442
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Originally Posted by Holiday121 View Post

If anyone got a 5% code for hhgregg and ain't using it pm me it please would greatly appreciate it.

How do you get the Code I signed up on there site

The code is hhgives5 . Was posted above.
post #147 of 442
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Originally Posted by geomark View Post

The 632U is edge lit NOT full array. Check your info before you post incorrect details in this thread. It's confusing enough for everyone.

Everything i've seen specifies the 70" 632 as full array (the sixty inch is not). From Sharp's site on the 70":
"Full Array UltraBrilliant LED System".
post #148 of 442
The AQUOS® LC-70LE632U 60" Class (60-1/32" Diagonal) is a high-performance large screen LED TV. The Sharp Full HD 1080p X-Gen Panel produces a breathtaking picture quality that is second to none. The LC-70LE632U has built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and 4 HDMI® inputs, compatible with 1080p signals, as well as 2 HD 1080p component inputs. It features a sleek piano black cabinet and subtle recessed bottom-mounted speakers.

This fully featured series also incorporates the Sharp proprietary 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced feature, which virtually eliminates perceptible blur and motion artifacts in fast moving video. The LC-70LE632U is a Smart TV that includes Netflix,Vudu™ and CinemaNow streaming video capability1, along with the industry’s leading online support system, AQUOS Advantagesm Live. And, with built-in Wi-Fi, connectivity is easier than ever. A built-in media player allows for playback of video, music, and photos via the USB port.
Features

Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Resolution - with more than 8 million dots for the sharpest picture possible.
Full Array UltraBrilliant LED System - includes a unique "double-dome" light amplifier lens and multi-fluorescents, enabling high brightness and color purity.
Full HD 1080p X-Gen LCD Panel - is designed with advanced pixel control to minimize light leakage and a wider aperture to let more light through, providing the industry's highest contrast level.
120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced - for improved fast-motion picture quality.
AQUOS LINK™ - enables convenient control of AQUOS Blu-ray Disc™ players.
Smart TV Services - delivers Netflix, CinemaNow and Vudu™ streaming video, customized Internet content and live customer support via built-in Wi-Fi. (Netflix membership required for Netflix instant streaming. Membership and/or additional fees may apply.)
USB Viewer with Music Player - enables enjoyment of high-resolution digital video, JPEG images and MP3 music files.
Vyper Drive - enhances the experience for video games by reducing lag times.
Built-in Wi-Fi - no additional hardware needed.
post #149 of 442
LC-70LE632U now $1,977 at Sam's Club

http://www.samsclub.com/sams/shop/pr...navAction=push
post #150 of 442
LC70-LE632 is now $1849 at Costco in my area ( South Florida )
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