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if anyone is still interested, Costco ended up having the best deal on the Samsung UN32EH4003F. its 289.99 in store + 25 dollar eco fee. With the two year warranty Costco offers that was my best option. oh yah BTW I do have a degree in environmental studies and I work for an Arborist firm so I guess I am a bit of a hippy! hope this helps. heres the website link, but its 10 dollars cheaper in store

http://www.costco.ca/.product.100008202 ... PurchaseCP
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seebass78 wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 10:55 am
if anyone is still interested, Costco ended up having the best deal on the Samsung UN32EH4003F. its 289.99 in store + 25 dollar eco fee. With the two year warranty Costco offers that was my best option. oh yah BTW I do have a degree in environmental studies and I work for an Arborist firm so I guess I am a bit of a hippy! hope this helps. heres the website link, but its 10 dollars cheaper in store

http://www.costco.ca/.product.100008202 ... PurchaseCP
hmm, now is 10 dollars worth going to costco on boxing day for? i don't think i'd go to costco on a normal saturday to save 10bux, but i guess if you're already planning on going out to enjoy the madness it's a no brainer. plus that 'instant gratification' of holding the item and bringing it home is hard to compare to clicking a virtual button, waiting for email confirmation, and waiting for delivery

backlight issues are much less pronounced on smaller tv's anyway. i hope the hippy comment didn't cut too deep. i might watch too much southpark
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kamascottra wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 1:00 pm
hmm, now is 10 dollars worth going to costco on boxing day for? i don't think i'd go to costco on a normal saturday to save 10bux, but i guess if you're already planning on going out to enjoy the madness it's a no brainer. plus that 'instant gratification' of holding the item and bringing it home is hard to compare to clicking a virtual button, waiting for email confirmation, and waiting for delivery

backlight issues are much less pronounced on smaller tv's anyway. i hope the hippy comment didn't cut too deep. i might watch too much southpark
hey man, im not offended in the slightest!! im actually watching the TV right now. the deal was active today and the lineups werent any worse than a normal costco trip. i bought a TV, orange juice, strawberries and bananas!! i already have enough granola in the house so i didnt have to pick up any more.
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Is it possible to get a 46-47" LED full array/local dimming/etc that is available in Canada for under $800? I don't need 3D or smart features. Just quality colour and great contrast. The NCIX deal happening later tonight on the LG 6400 has gotten bad reviews from CNet and others claiming the blacks are worse than regular led edge lit TV's.

Quick notes:
It has to be LED, I can't have plasma due to the panel heat given off.
Ideally 1. Future Shop 2. The Brick/The Source 3. NCIX/Costco in that order for various reasons (location, gift cards, free shipping, etc).
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I'm looking to pick up the Samsung 55" from Future Shop (UN55ES6003FXZC for $899). All my wandering around the internet has found that it is at least $1100 minimum price, for FS' price doesn't seem to bad. I'm not looking for 3D or any Smart tech, useless imo. I've had trouble finding professional reviews, however it was been very strongly reviewed by users at amazon.com (http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN55ES600 ... B009VRTEP0). It has the slim design as well, which is kind of cool.

The last TV I bought is a ViewSonic 32" LCD from Costco over 5 years ago, so basically anything is an upgrade for me haha.
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