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Diff btween two 32" Sharp Aquos LCDs


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#1 OFFLINE   Gilly

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Posted 19 July 2005 - 12:29 PM

Can anyone tell me the difference between these two LCD TVs:

Sharp Aquos 32" LCD (model LC-G5C32U) at Costco for $1500
http://www.sharpusa....58,1530,00.html

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Sharp Aquos 32" LCD (model LC-32GA5U) at BestBuy and most other places for around $2200 or higher.
http://www.sharpusa....58,1416,00.html

The price is considerably different but the specs on Sharp's website are the same. I just wonder if the TV at CostCo is an older model?

Thanks for any feedback!

#2 OFFLINE   Allen Noland

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Posted 21 July 2005 - 07:55 AM

I think the G5c32U is an older part number. Only way I know to check for sure is to find the Manufacture date on the back of the unit. You could also check the Manual for a printing date.

For identical specs thought the $1500for the LC-G5C32U looks like a bargain.
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#3 OFFLINE   ibglowin

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Posted 21 July 2005 - 11:44 AM

Remember Costco has a lifetime return policy. Just keep your original packaging and your receipt. If for some reason your are ever unhappy with your purchase (even if it breaks) You can return it for a full refund.
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