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post #1261 of 1603
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Originally Posted by Suzook View Post

http://www.ebay.com/itm/330833225075
lowest price I have seen thus far for the 844. !!!!!

Did anyone here order one of these?

I would be interested in your feedback on the purchase.

Thanks.

Bob
post #1262 of 1603
I have not been searching for awhile. How are prices going for each model
post #1263 of 1603
any one went with this 80" vs Elite 70" ? or vs wise?
post #1264 of 1603
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Originally Posted by mikek753 View Post

any one went with this 80" vs Elite 70" ? or vs wise?

airgas & suzook both returned their Elites for 80" 632 & 844's
post on those threads to get the why they returned the Elites & are now very happy with the 80"ers ,
as I don't want to speak for them . smile.gif
post #1265 of 1603
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Originally Posted by RockmanX View Post

I have not been searching for awhile. How are prices going for each model

East Coast has the LC-80LE844U on for $4071.90 with coupon code PAYCHECK.
http://www.eastcoasttvs.com/Sharp-LED-HDTV-p/lc80le844u.htm?Click=7751&utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=shoppingengine
Edited by ninoj - 12/14/12 at 9:02am
post #1266 of 1603
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Originally Posted by ninoj View Post

East Coast has it on for $4071.90 with coupon code PAYCHECK.
http://www.eastcoasttvs.com/Sharp-LED-HDTV-p/lc80le844u.htm?Click=7751&utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=shoppingengine

Just remember that to get the 2% PAYCHECK discount you must pay with a certified check, money order or wire transfer.
post #1267 of 1603
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Originally Posted by rjruby View Post

Just remember that to get the 2% PAYCHECK discount you must pay with a certified check, money order or wire transfer.

Good to know, they are just knocking off the credit card merchant fees they would have to pay if we used a credit card.
post #1268 of 1603
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Originally Posted by ninoj View Post

Good to know, they are just knocking off the credit card merchant fees they would have to pay if we used a credit card.

Or incentivizing you to not use a credit card so that you have less recourse in the event you are not happy. May or may not be the case, but you will be much less protected if paying via check or wire transfer.
post #1269 of 1603
Kind of dumb to do that less protection to save a couple hundred that just sounds bad I would however try and get bb to match. That price
post #1270 of 1603
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Originally Posted by Speakerphile View Post

Or incentivizing you to not use a credit card so that you have less recourse in the event you are not happy. May or may not be the case, but you will be much less protected if paying via check or wire transfer.
Not to mention the extra year of warranty you get with many CC's (including my Costco Amex with 1.5% cash back at the end of the year).
post #1271 of 1603
Anyone see any deals recently? I hope there are some good sales before the Superbowl.
post #1272 of 1603
it may have been there for a while but amazon has the 632 for 3850 with prime.... as mentioned above...
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Originally Posted by rrolff View Post

My TV was bought through Amazon at Electronix - which I found out was really Paul's TVs - which was shipped by Home Direct.

Edited by methcat - 1/8/13 at 9:01am
post #1273 of 1603
I talked to abt electronics over the phone last week. They told me the 844u is sale for $4798. I got them to beat J&R and Walts who are selling for 4499. I got them down to $4448 and that included 2 pair of glasses and white glove shipping. Thats the lowest I could find from an authorized dealer.
post #1274 of 1603
Best Buy just price matched the East Coast TV price of $4149 plus gave me 2 pairs of 3D glasses and free delivery for the 844u. I did have to pay tax but it's only 3.9% where I live and that is pretty much offset by the reward zone points. It was a very smooth transaction.
post #1275 of 1603
I'm looking to get one of these does anyone know about fassie.com? They have them at 4105....sounds like a good price
post #1276 of 1603
Costco is showing $3899.99 until 2/3 with free shipping if you buy online.
post #1277 of 1603
BuyDig on Ebay is selling the Sharp AQUOS LC-80LE844U for $3999.00. Free shipping. I have purchased expensive camera equipment (over $10,000) from them in the past. I trust this store.

The only catch is that even if the item is defected, then the BUYER *must* pay the return shipping.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/321056475140

I just ordered one and already got my tracking number. This is replacing a 52" Sony W series. I can't wait! smile.gif

Now to find a good articulating wall mount for this bad boy! Probably going to look at the Sanus articulating wall mounts!
post #1278 of 1603
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Originally Posted by xDeLiRiOuSx View Post

BuyDig on Ebay is selling the Sharp AQUOS LC-80LE844U for $3999.00. Free shipping. I have purchased expensive camera equipment (over $10,000) from them in the past. I trust this store.

The only catch is that even if the item is defected, then the BUYER *must* pay the return shipping.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/321056475140

I just ordered one and already got my tracking number. This is replacing a 52" Sony W series. I can't wait! smile.gif

Now to find a good articulating wall mount for this bad boy! Probably going to look at the Sanus articulating wall mounts!
I got the Sanus XF-228 pulls out about 22" & has the option to slide side to side as well , finger tip tilt & angling
look around you can get them on sale

if it's defective just warranty return
post #1279 of 1603
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

I got the Sanus XF-228 pulls out about 22" & has the option to slide side to side as well , finger tip tilt & angling
look around you can get them on sale

if it's defective just warranty return

Thanks! I purchased the Sanus XF228-B1 from J&R, they have a $300 instant rebate right now!! It came out to $289.99. I also got 3% cashback from going through MrRebates!
post #1280 of 1603
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Originally Posted by xDeLiRiOuSx View Post

Thanks! I purchased the Sanus XF228-B1 from J&R, they have a $300 instant rebate right now!! It came out to $289.99. I also got 3% cashback from going through MrRebates!
Yeah , I got my Sanus XF228 from J&R about the same $
It's the Cadillac of Display mounts , Built like a tank cast AL dual arms Not bent sheet metal like all the other mounts , it also has a fine tuning of level feature that makes it easy to get dialing in a snap
make sure you practice mounting the display frame to the wall frame in advance of assembly , in other words put the 2 sections to gather & then mount the wall frame ( the part with the AL cast arms )on the actual wall & then practice putting the display frame mount on the wall frame BEFORE putting the display on the frame .
It's better to know exactly how to get the 2 pieces to go together than when with a heavy TV attached .
the process is simple but takes some tries to get right & you don't want to be holding a heavy display on repeated tries biggrin.gif
Trust me on this tongue.gif
post #1281 of 1603
About to pull the trigger on the buydig deal on Ebay, one question i have...Sharp warranty or go Square Trade ?
post #1282 of 1603
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

Yeah , I got my Sanus XF228 from J&R about the same $
It's the Cadillac of Display mounts , Built like a tank cast AL dual arms Not bent sheet metal like all the other mounts , it also has a fine tuning of level feature that makes it easy to get dialing in a snap
make sure you practice mounting the display frame to the wall frame in advance of assembly , in other words put the 2 sections to gather & then mount the wall frame ( the part with the AL cast arms )on the actual wall & then practice putting the display frame mount on the wall frame BEFORE putting the display on the frame .
It's better to know exactly how to get the 2 pieces to go together than when with a heavy TV attached .
the process is simple but takes some tries to get right & you don't want to be holding a heavy display on repeated tries biggrin.gif
Trust me on this tongue.gif

Thanks for your tip, everyone that has the XF228 really loves it. I probably wouldn't have spent so much on the mount if you didn't tell me about it. I hope I can install it, my TV cabinet is a tight fit. It's exactly: 46 inches high x 98 inches side. The TV itself is: "43-25/32" high by "73-5/16" wide. So I got about 2 inches to play with. I'm hopping the tilt and extend functions of the Sanus XF228 will give me more room to hook the TV on to the Sanus. Just as a backup plan, my question for you: is 2 inches enough for me to lift the TV onto the mount?

Last resort is i get 3 other guys to help mount the TV to the Sanus and then hold the assembly in place as I bolt the entire assembly to the wall. This is going to be hard since I have very tiny clearances, I have only 12.5" on each side of the TV.

If that last resort, doesn't work, I'll have to return the stand and just put the TV on the manufacturer's stand and put the stand in the cabinet.

Still very excited about the TV!
post #1283 of 1603
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Originally Posted by hockeymouse View Post

About to pull the trigger on the buydig deal on Ebay, one question i have...Sharp warranty or go Square Trade ?

I never used Square Trade. I plan to just stuck with Sharp Warranty. Square Trade Warranty is: $259.99.

What will you do? What is your reasoning?
post #1284 of 1603
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Originally Posted by xDeLiRiOuSx View Post

Thanks for your tip, everyone that has the XF228 really loves it. I probably wouldn't have spent so much on the mount if you didn't tell me about it. I hope I can install it, my TV cabinet is a tight fit. It's exactly: 46 inches high x 98 inches side. The TV itself is: "43-25/32" high by "73-5/16" wide. So I got about 2 inches to play with. I'm hopping the tilt and extend functions of the Sanus XF228 will give me more room to hook the TV on to the Sanus. Just as a backup plan, my question for you: is 2 inches enough for me to lift the TV onto the mount?

Last resort is i get 3 other guys to help mount the TV to the Sanus and then hold the assembly in place as I bolt the entire assembly to the wall. This is going to be hard since I have very tiny clearances, I have only 12.5" on each side of the TV.

If that last resort, doesn't work, I'll have to return the stand and just put the TV on the manufacturer's stand and put the stand in the cabinet.

Still very excited about the TV!
how deep is the cabinet ?
post #1285 of 1603
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

how deep is the cabinet ?

I had a feeling I left something out! The cabinet is 24" deep.

I did some quick research and found out that the XF228 fully extended to 28"... That should perfectly clear it.

Wow, now I'm really gald I got the XF228!

Thanks for your responses, Mike, it's been very helpful!
post #1286 of 1603
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Originally Posted by xDeLiRiOuSx View Post

I had a feeling I left something out! The cabinet is 24" deep.

I did some quick research and found out that the XF228 fully extended to 28"... That should perfectly clear it.

Wow, now I'm really gald I got the XF228!

Thanks for your responses, Mike, it's been very helpful!
the arms will pull out from the wall frame past your cabinet , when placing the display frame on the arm frame as long as the arms are fully extended it will be easy, with slide feature the centering will be easy as well . critical part with be the up/down centering , & 3 guys will be great as one to be the watcher to see how the attachment point lines up & advises up/down/right/left to the 2 guys doing the hold/lifting
I had just me & a buddy & it took about seven tries to get near the attachment point , the thing snaps & locks with a inward/ then down movement wink.gif
post #1287 of 1603
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

the arms will pull out from the wall frame past your cabinet , when placing the display frame on the arm frame as long as the arms are fully extended it will be easy, with slide feature the centering will be easy as well . critical part with be the up/down centering , & 3 guys will be great as one to be the watcher to see how the attachment point lines up & advises up/down/right/left to the 2 guys doing the hold/lifting
I had just me & a buddy & it took about seven tries to get near the attachment point , the thing snaps & locks with a inward/ then down movement wink.gif

Wow, 7 tries!!! But at least, it was perfect when you finally got it mounted right? smile.gif

Thanks for your replies. I am now confident that I have purchased the right mounting arm for my installation needs! Yeah, the up/down attachment is the critical part, but that shouldn't be too bad with 3 guys!

I'll let you know how it goes, thanks again for your help!

Have an awesome Friday!!
post #1288 of 1603
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=108&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082806&p_id=6517&seq=1&format=2
is a excellent mount, i have my tv mounted with this mount. probably not as well built as the sanus,

first mount i spent a few hrs securing my wall and mounting
post #1289 of 1603
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Originally Posted by xDeLiRiOuSx View Post

Wow, 7 tries!!! But at least, it was perfect when you finally got it mounted right? smile.gif

Thanks for your replies. I am now confident that I have purchased the right mounting arm for my installation needs! Yeah, the up/down attachment is the critical part, but that shouldn't be too bad with 3 guys!

I'll let you know how it goes, thanks again for your help!

Have an awesome Friday!!
yaeh cause the guys holding the display can Not see where the units connect , those 2 guys don't have line of sight
that why I said practice with the 2 parts before putting the frame on the back of the TV eek.gif
post #1290 of 1603
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Originally Posted by xDeLiRiOuSx View Post

I never used Square Trade. I plan to just stuck with Sharp Warranty. Square Trade Warranty is: $259.99.

What will you do? What is your reasoning?

If you want a Squaretrade warranty DEAL, get it at Costco. They charge $99.99 and cover a full three years beyond the manufacturers warranty. This topic has already been beaten to death in the Sharp threads.

I bought the Squaretrade warranty, and I have no regrets. But then again, I have not had to try and collect under the SquareTrade warranty either.
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