I am not seeing this price on the Sears.com website. Is this B&M only?
Guys, a quick question for you - I'm confused between Sony R550 50inch or Sony W800 47 inch -The price difference is only 100$ more for W800. Price is not the issue, i just want to make a better and long lasting decision between the two - 3D Experience and normal viewing quality is all i want. Please shed some light
I just received the 55 inch Model of this lovely television and had one quick question.
The attached zip tie thats securing the power cord was cut by my delivery man, I was wondering if thats what you're supposed to do with it.
It seemed like there was a button to press to release it, but I was unsure.
If it is infact a reusable cable, is there a replacement part I can order to switch out the cut cord with a usable one?
Some people like nice things, xbr4pixels, especially when those things cost hundreds to thousands of dollars. So you don't care about a scratch, ghosting, or any other potential flaws... That doesn't mean everyone is going to subscribe to your way of thinking. If you want to drop $5000 on a brand new defective TV and just "deal with it" that's your call, but I'd expect that is an atypical reaction. I personally don't see any reason why jim brice should settle for anything less than what he deems satisfactory.
Remember, this is an audio/videophile forum, where people care about maximizing their investment. You're not going to find a whole lot of people rallying around the idea of settling for less; it only gives manufacturers less reason to maintain a standard of quality control/assurance. The more a company has to deal with returns of defective units, the more obvious it becomes that changes need to be made somewhere in the production line.
With that said, hope everything works out for you, jim brice.