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Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

Posted by crabapplemcn (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 16, 09 at 12:19

This week, BB has 55" LED for 3K and 46" LED for 2K. I am interested in these TV's but am not moving into a new house for a couple months. I don't really want to pull the trigger now but the prices are lowest they've been. Any advice, can I expent the prices to be lower in a couple months? thanks


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

Sounds like a good buy until I tell you that I just bought a Samsung LN55B650 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV with Red Touch of Color for $2249.99. I purchased it on-line at Amazon.com. I should say that I used a $300 dollar voucher that they offered.


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

He's talking about LED, .... not LCD ..

Contrast ratio: 1,000,000 .... Contrast ratio: 150,000


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

its an LCD tv with LED backlighting ,not a true LED TV... ALSO KNOWN TO SUFFER FROM SLOW RESPONSE TIME ON FAST MOVING PICS


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

They're both 120Hz ..
and the LED (backlit) still has 1,000,000 Dynamic contrast ratio


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

dynamic contrast is nothing more than a advertising ploy, nobody drives a tv at full colour contrast settings, static or natural contrast is really the proper spec to compare


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

FWIW, I recently purchased a Samsung 46 in LCD LN46C610 ($878 + tax) and a 32 in LCD LN32C350D1D ($349 + tax). The big one is 1080p/120 hz and the small one is 720p/60 hz. So far, I like both very much.


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RE: Samsung TV Sale at Best Buy

local home store, menards, had a 32" lcd for 200. after 70 rebate which is a store credit. they are sneaky. not that store credit is fake but it forces you to buy more stuff there. which i probably will do anyway. rambling....


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