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Discussion in 'High Definition Displays' started by phrelin, Nov 6, 2011.
From Reuters via Yahoo:
Hmmmm. A good year to replace my 8-year-old Pany plasma?
Might be a good year to replace the budget brand 32 in the bedroom
I May be adding that HDTV to the garage afterall.
I can't figure out why the smaller sets aren't falling. 32s aren't too much more expensive than 22s, but I don't have room for a 32 where I'm thinking of adding a set.
Demand, there just isnt that much demand for tv's that small....
My garage will never see a car in it. Just put an 80 inch Sharp out there. It joins a 47 inch LG, 42 inch Vizio, and a 40 inch Sony.
Here's a sample of TV sale prices at Costco as of todaly (11/10) with expiration dates:
Vizio 47" 3D 120 Hz LCD (E3D4250W), $569.99, reg. $669.99; exp. 11/27 (?)
LG 55" 3D 120 Hz. LCD (55LW3700), $1349.99, reg. $1749.99; exp. 11/30
Sharp 60" 240 Hz.LED (LC-60LE633U), $1499.99, reg. 1649.99; exp. 11/19
Sharp 70" 240 Hz LED (LC-70LE733U), $2599.99, reg. $2799.99; exp. 12/3
Sharp 60" 240 Hz. LED (LC-60LE832U) $1599.99, reg. $1949.99; exp. 11/27
I have camelcamelcamel.com tracking the four televisions that I am interested in. Already gave the heads up that the TV purchase may not occur until January. I have kept an eye on bfads.net, and there were already advertised specials on 32" televisions for $200 from the likes of Westinghouse.
Pretty sure I saw 32" Westinghouse HDTV's at Best Buy the other day for $179.00 (it could have been $197.00). btw, for the first time that I can remember, Best Buy was pushing an Insignia brand HDTV, so naturally they tweaked the picture to within an inch of its life and I must say, it looked amazing. The only drawback to lesser known brand names, to me, is their lifespan.