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Here's the deal:


Philips 64PH9905

64" ATSC Integrated High Definition Television

9"CRT's

Built in 120 watt Dolby Digital Audio System

Pronto TS1000 remote control

on and on and on....


Current Retail: $10,000

Closeout Price: $5,200 delivered (plus local state tax)

Contact: Belmont Distributing, Ohio

Contact Person @ Belmont: John Rumburg

Contact #: 1-800-788-6996

Quanity: 2

Stipulation: When they are gone...they are gone


NOTE: My engineering contact @ Philips has asked me to help this distributor "move" these sets. Belmont is an AUTHORIZED Philips Distributor. The sets are un-opened, new in the box, never been turned on and come with FULL MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY (1 labor, 1 year parts, 2 years CRTs). This is an awesome set. Currently one of the ONLY 9" CRT integrated sets on the market capable of reproducing the full HD spectrum 1080i x 1920. IMHO, at CEDIA it had the best picture on ANY HDTV set with 9" CRT's on display. The ISF tech guy who ran the HDTV "garden" at last year's CEDIA show actually bought the Philips 64PH9905...


Enjoy your new set...


LB


[This message has been edited by LB (edited 06-01-2001).]
 

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This model is a year and a half old, infact, the 64PP9751 is the latest model. How you can sell a 2 year old model for $5000 is beyond me. By the way the retail for this set is not $10,000, it was $10K a year ago. It's something like $6700, and the 2001 64PP9751 is around $5500. Why you'd buy an older model for more is more beyond me. I'd buy one for $2500 max. You want to sell it to me for that?


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The 64PP9751 doesn't have a built-in ATSC receiver, as far as I know. Also, does it have 9" CRT's?


FWIW, I have a 64PH9905, and can testify it's capable of stunning pictures. I think alot of the comments to the effect of "HD doesn't look much better than progressive DVD" has to do with limitations of the display device. With this set you'll definite notice the difference.


This price is what local stores seem to be selling their year-old floor demo units for, so if these are still factory-fresh they seem pretty competitive price-wise.


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Originally posted by dpak2000:
This model is a year and a half old, infact, the 64PP9751 is the latest model. How you can sell a 2 year old model for $5000 is beyond me. By the way the retail for this set is not $10,000, it was $10K a year ago. It's something like $6700, and the 2001 64PP9751 is around $5500. Why you'd buy an older model for more is more beyond me. I'd buy one for $2500 max. You want to sell it to me for that?


[This message has been edited by dpak2000 (edited 06-01-2001).]
Sure like to know where one could fine a 64PP9751 because I can't. As to the price you forget the the ATSC tuner is included but I agree 5200 does seem high.


Jim

 
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