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Stores plan war in the TV aisles

Discussion in 'High Definition Displays' started by phrelin, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. phrelin

    phrelin Hall Of Fame DBSTalk Club

    Jan 18, 2007
    From Reuters via Yahoo:
    Hmmmm. A good year to replace my 8-year-old Pany plasma?
  2. Stuart Sweet

    Stuart Sweet The Shadow Knows!

    Jun 18, 2006
    Might be a good year to replace the budget brand 32 in the bedroom :)
  3. Scott Kocourek

    Scott Kocourek Well-Known Member

    Jun 13, 2009
    I May be adding that HDTV to the garage afterall. :D
  4. SayWhat?

    SayWhat? Know Nothing

    Jun 6, 2009
    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.
  5. CCarncross

    CCarncross Hall Of Fame

    Jul 19, 2005
    Demand, there just isnt that much demand for tv's that small....
  6. Rockaway1836

    Rockaway1836 Godfather

    Sep 25, 2007
    Myrtle Beach
    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. :D
  7. Cholly

    Cholly Old Guys Rule! DBSTalk Club

    Mar 22, 2004
    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
  8. Mark Holtz

    Mark Holtz Day Sleeper

    Mar 23, 2002
    Sacramento, CA
    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.
  9. mystic7

    mystic7 Icon

    Dec 9, 2007
    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.

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