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Looking for a 42-46" 720 p lcd for $199.....just need it as giant picture frame really
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looking in the 40-46 inch range for a 3d smart tv - led preferred
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I'm hoping to get a smaller 19-24" tv that has DLNA (smart tv) capabilities, but the only one i've been able to find in that size range is an LG
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ViperZ wrote:
Dec 11th, 2012 3:51 pm
I wouldn't expect any high-end models to go on crazy sale. Stores generally try to unload all lower-end models. We bought our TV in early December a couple of years ago. A salesperson at the store gave us a really good deal, and mentioned that our high-end model will not go on sale anyway. Checked boxing day flyer that year, and what the guy said was true. So if someone is looking at higher-end TV - i.e. Panasonic VT/GT, Sony NX, etc - then might as well go to the stores now and negotiate with them to avoid disappointment and crazy line-ups.
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ViperZ wrote:
Dec 11th, 2012 3:51 pm
I wouldn't expect any high-end models to go on crazy sale. Stores generally try to unload all lower-end models. We bought our TV in early December a couple of years ago. A salesperson at the store gave us a really good deal, and mentioned that our high-end model will not go on sale anyway. Checked boxing day flyer that year, and what the guy said was true. So if someone is looking at higher-end TV - i.e. Panasonic VT/GT, Sony NX, etc - then might as well go to the stores now and negotiate with them to avoid disappointment and crazy line-ups.
Well if it's like that then the best time to buy those tv's would be January/Febuary where the stores are hardly making sales and might be more willing to negotiate. Plus You already saw boxing day prices and start from there.
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Badman wrote:
Dec 12th, 2012 3:04 pm
Well if it's like that then the best time to buy those tv's would be January/Febuary where the stores are hardly making sales and might be more willing to negotiate. Plus You already saw boxing day prices and start from there.
Maybe it is, but it also depends when the manufacturers will start rolling out new models. If it will be new models in the stores in Jan/Feb and they unloaded older models during boxing week, then they will not negotiate much either. Pick your timing. Two years ago for us was a great time to buy in December, as we just moved and could get a good price :)
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Looking for a 32 inch smart tv for around 300-400 dollars
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Looking for 50-60 inch LED 3D tv if its a reasonable price.
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hi i wanna buy a tv for boxing day
do led tv's last longer
whats difference with lcd,plasma,led
i was looking to get a led 3d smart tv
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Decent explanation on the differences between TVs. Author has no idea about positives and negatives of plasma, which is pathetic for a big magazine. Author also has poor to decent understanding of LED backlight and how it works in LCD TVs.
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