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post #1051 of 1605
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Originally Posted by RockmanX View Post

did not know that thanks good deal there
how much was that?
$4698 I'm paying tax but would rather buy from a B&M, plus I'm a Platinum member and I get some perks.
Now to decide on a tilt mount.
post #1052 of 1605
I missed the Sears one (or two?) day sale. I hope it comes back at $3599 again.
post #1053 of 1605
as soon as i get my built evo back im cop a basic one if cosco around here has any for that nice price
post #1054 of 1605
a local dealer or Video Only will beat Costco pricing
post #1055 of 1605
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Originally Posted by Ben Beers View Post

a local dealer or Video Only will beat Costco pricing




be careful with "Video Only" I have heard horror stories about their return policies ...... U agree to accept a open box as a return replacement & other bad things google them you'll see what I mean ................also tales of getting a open box when it was to be a 'New Item "
post #1056 of 1605
Interesting thing I just heard from a Sears salesman in the TV dept.
He said, I have been selling Tv's for 15 yrs and I would not buy the 632U because it is only 120HZ
I asked him why..he said with 120hz on a 55" panel it would not be an issue but on an 80" set fast motion is very noticeable.
I didn't say anything to him but then again if I was buying the 632u I don't think I would have an issue as I am not a sports watcher...He was adamant.
Edited by usr5000 - 7/20/12 at 7:30pm
post #1057 of 1605
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Originally Posted by usr5000 View Post

Interesting thing I just heard from a Sears salesman in the TV dept.
He said, I have been selling Tv's for 15 yrs and I would not buy the 632U because it is only 120HZ
I asked him why..he said with 120hz on a 55" panel it would not be an issue but on an 80" set fast motion is very noticeable.
I didn't say anything to him but then again if I was buying the 632u I don;t think I would have an issue as I am not a sports watcher...He was adamant.
"SEARS"


"Salesman"

add both those keywords together = a person who might not know what he is talking about .

I Really would expect a Sears Salesman to spout gibberish like this , I would be nice & nod my head .......
Learned along time ago not to argue with idiots ,you have to sink to their level & at that low level of thought processes they have more experience than I do & he would win at being a idiot.
post #1058 of 1605
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Originally Posted by usr5000 View Post

Interesting thing I just heard from a Sears salesman in the TV dept.
He said, I have been selling Tv's for 15 yrs and I would not buy the 632U because it is only 120HZ
I asked him why..he said with 120hz on a 55" panel it would not be an issue but on an 80" set fast motion is very noticeable.
I didn't say anything to him but then again if I was buying the 632u I don;t think I would have an issue as I am not a sports watcher...He was adamant.

you do realize there are cases where 120hz tv look better then 240hz tv vise versa etc. just putting that out there. i dont think in general most that have this set only have this set. lol multi tvs are owned
post #1059 of 1605
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Originally Posted by RockmanX View Post

you do realize there are cases where 120hz tv look better then 240hz tv vise versa etc. just putting that out there. i dont think in general most that have this set only have this set. lol multi tvs are owned

I told him that my 1st tv bought in 2006 is a JVC 46 inch with 60hz and its an awesome set.
That guy rubbed me the wrong way.
post #1060 of 1605
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Originally Posted by usr5000 View Post

I told him that my 1st tv bought in 2006 is a JVC 46 inch with 60hz and its an awesome set.
That guy rubbed me the wrong way.

Yeah, I have a 2008 Model Olevia 65 inch set with 60hz and it too is still a FINE TV. Some posters are really ummm Uhhhh eat up with it rolleyes.gif
post #1061 of 1605
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

"SEARS"
"Salesman"
add both those keywords together = a person who might not know what he is talking about .
I Really would expect a Sears Salesman to spout gibberish like this , I would be nice & nod my head .......
Learned along time ago not to argue with idiots ,you have to sink to their level & at that low level of thought processes they have more experience than I do & he would win at being a idiot.

I was in Sears getting a price quote on the 632 about a month ago, and while waiting my turn I overheard the two "salesmen" explaining to this old retired couple that they need 240Hz if they want to clearly see the tennis balls during Wimbledon. This was the extent of the differences between 120Hz and 240Hz.
post #1062 of 1605
This week I ended up picking up two 80 inch 632u from Sears for my parents and myself for $3419 and no tax. No tax was because the store I chose was in NH where there is no sales tax. I paid $38.00 total to rent a Uhaul Van and my daughter and I picked it up and brought it into my parents home and the other to my home.
They had an issue getting them from their warehouse to the store and was 3 days late yesterday so I spoke to a Manager on Wednesday and he credited back $200 off each...Price paid was $3219 Total. In addition, I cancelled my internet order on the 844U because the price was so good on this TV I couldn't pass it up.
I got both sets for the $3219.
The set is now on my wall and 120hz or not...the picture quality looks as good as any of the other tvs in my home which are a Samsung 55 LCD,
a JVC 46 LCD and a Toshiba 52 LCD. At the price I paid I am extremely satisfied. I used the Sanus LT25 Tilt Mount which leaves a few inches behind the set to reach back for cables, etc....The easy adjust mount is awesome..You can adjust tilt and left and right adjust as well as if the tv corners are tilted down left or right all with the tv on the wall. The mount is rated to 175 lbs,
post #1063 of 1605
I have the same tv and mount and concur, very easy to adjust. And the tv is unreal. I am very happy.
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Originally Posted by usr5000 View Post

This week I ended up picking up two 80 inch 632u from Sears for my parents and myself for $3419 and no tax. No tax was because the store I chose was in NH where there is no sales tax. I paid $38.00 total to rent a Uhaul Van and my daughter and I picked it up and brought it into my parents home and the other to my home.
They had an issue getting them from their warehouse to the store and was 3 days late yesterday so I spoke to a Manager on Wednesday and he credited back $200 off each...Price paid was $3219 Total. In addition, I cancelled my internet order on the 844U because the price was so good on this TV I couldn't pass it up.
I got both sets for the $3219.
The set is now on my wall and 120hz or not...the picture quality looks as good as any of the other tvs in my home which are a Samsung 55 LCD,
a JVC 46 LCD and a Toshiba 52 LCD. At the price I paid I am extremely satisfied. I used the Sanus LT25 Tilt Mount which leaves a few inches behind the set to reach back for cables, etc....The easy adjust mount is awesome..You can adjust tilt and left and right adjust as well as if the tv corners are tilted down left or right all with the tv on the wall. The mount is rated to 175 lbs,
post #1064 of 1605
The 632 80" has the best track record for no issues & is easy to set-up with famous Suzook settings , dollar 4 dollar it's the best bang 4 buck , if your not a 3D fan then it's a no brainer ... smile.gif
That Sears price is great
post #1065 of 1605
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Originally Posted by RockmanX View Post

you do realize there are cases where 120hz tv look better then 240hz tv vise versa etc. just putting that out there. i dont think in general most that have this set only have this set. lol multi tvs are owned
Also, the majority of 240 rate sets are really 120's with a strobing LED backlight - so the pixels aren't being refreshed any faster than a 120 set........
post #1066 of 1605
Abes of Maine is now $4800 for the 844 frown.gif Did you get any glasses with the set?
post #1067 of 1605
I guess it was about three weeks ago when Sears and Best Buy quoted me $3909 for this set. eek.gif

I held out for many months waiting for this model to drop below $3500, and bought because I didn't think it would ever get below that price. Who knew it would happen if I waited just three more weeks? mad.gif
post #1068 of 1605
paying 3200 is insanely good and i welcome a lower price then that come nov-december maybe the 844u will be inteh 3k range by then 3800-3900 yes please
post #1069 of 1605
On Saturday the local Best Buy matched East Coast TVs price of $4497.22 for the 844U and gave me 36 months no interest. They did charge sales tax on top of that but delivery into the home was included. The manager that was there asked me to go to their web site for the after sale survey and tell them it was because of the price match that I bought it there to give him ammo to keep doing it. My timing was good, I see East Coast raised their price $600 from Saturday.
post #1070 of 1605
Does anybody know whats going on? Everyone seems to have raised their prices of the 844 by 500 or 600 dollars in the last few days. I'm getting ready to purchase but now maybe I should wait to see what is happening.
post #1071 of 1605
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Originally Posted by ibill1 View Post

Does anybody know whats going on? Everyone seems to have raised their prices of the 844 by 500 or 600 dollars in the last few days. I'm getting ready to purchase but now maybe I should wait to see what is happening.

as stated a couple of times stock is low on them so prices went up they will come back down and stablize once sharp starts shipping more out again. so if you can wait just wait a bit smile.gif
post #1072 of 1605
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Originally Posted by RockmanX View Post

paying 3200 is insanely good and i welcome a lower price then that come nov-december maybe the 844u will be inteh 3k range by then 3800-3900 yes please

I think because of the fact that this size TV is Sharp's market, they will go to new models before you see those type of price drops. They want to keep the prices up for profit rather than give them away so new models allows this....
post #1073 of 1605
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Originally Posted by usr5000 View Post

I think because of the fact that this size TV is Sharp's market, they will go to new models before you see those type of price drops. They want to keep the prices up for profit rather than give them away so new models allows this....

really does not help that other companies like Lg Samsung etc make bigger tvs or rather starting to and they price them so high the average cusomer does keeps on walking by. so who is gonna buy a 10k plus tv unless your making 6 figures. sharps reasonably priced 80" is right there at the line for justification for most. Im just hoping it creeps down more so all that ensures is they sale even more units
post #1074 of 1605
Yeah, somehow $4500 with a pair of glasses just "feels" reasonable and even a "deal" considering how much even 80" DLP was a few years ago.

Lets face it, when calibrated this panel has amazing quality compared to teh best stuff from a few years ago.
post #1075 of 1605
Fry's has the 632U in today's ad for a paltry $4,499 + the usual $69.99 + $1.50/mile over 20 miles delivery charge + tax on both. The good news is none of the three Houston stores have any stock available.

For all you in locations with no Fry's store, you can get the $4,499 price on line at frys.com. The bad news is they are in stock and ready to ship!wink.gif
post #1076 of 1605
$4500 for the 632+tax is not really a deal smile.gif I mean, you can get the 844 with glasses shipped for $5100 now from East Coast whatever. BB will match them.

I am pulling the trigger on the 844 when it is in the $4500 range with 1 pair glasses
post #1077 of 1605
It's been in that range. I paid $4397 with 2 pair of glasses
Shipped
post #1078 of 1605
Just called usappliance @ 877-628-9913 they have the LC-80 LE632U in stock...The good news is the posted price has dropped from $4,999 to $4,499! The bad news is that the shipped price still remains $3,697...So the discount has decreased from $1,302 to $802. They have "more than 2 units in stock". The 844 remains out of stock, but on order.
post #1079 of 1605
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Originally Posted by sdchrgrboy View Post

It's been in that range. I paid $4397 with 2 pair of glasses
Shipped

From where? East Coast? USA Appliance? Let me know.

sjc
post #1080 of 1605
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Originally Posted by hdtv4xmas View Post

Fry's has the 632U in today's ad for a paltry $4,499 + the usual $69.99 + $1.50/mile over 20 miles delivery charge + tax on both. The good news is none of the three Houston stores have any stock available.
For all you in locations with no Fry's store, you can get the $4,499 price on line at frys.com. The bad news is they are in stock and ready to ship!wink.gif


I bought my 632U last week at Sears for $3219 and it is not a floor model.....it was sales...
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