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  • Ninjahedge
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    Review of a similar model (the 52") on CNet

    http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...?tag=mncol;txt

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  • Dr. Death
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    It will make your media center PC look great.

    No ratings below 4.

    Free shipping.

    Great price.

    Yup...he must not have the $950.00.

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  • Ninjahedge
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    $950 maybe?

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  • dragonash
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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...E6B-_-89101180

    omg... what is stopping me from getting this?

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  • Saboteur
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    yeah - looks to be back up now.

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  • shifty
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    No problems here. It's a Proscan 32” 32LB45Q 1080p LCD HDTV

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  • Saboteur
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    Costco.com is currently unavailable, apparently.

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  • Wes
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    The link doesn't work. What's the name and model?

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  • Dr. Death
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    Know someone who is a Costco member?

    http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product...S&Sp=C&topnav=

    Kinda sucky contrast but...

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  • shifty
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    i would like to find a 32" TV @ 1080p and around $400-500, name brand. i found something close from Sony (bravia) at Fry's (B&M) for $529 last week. only 720p though.

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  • Dr. Death
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    At least your thumbs get a good workout!

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  • Ninjahedge
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    Your fat ass has a gym?

    Go fig!


    (BTW, looking at the NE sets, some look sweet! I think the 45 and 40 inch samsungs are nice. Of course, try to convince my wife that it is good for the bedroom....ok, don't ! )

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  • shifty
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    I have a small family, and all of them have larger flat panels than this.

    The 26" I found doesn't meet my requirements, but the price is right (refurb, $239, free shipping). My current 42" Vizio is 720P but I only have XBMC connected and it's fine. This is actually for the gym, not for the living room. Go figure.

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  • Dr. Death
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    Christmas is not that far away...I bet someone in your family would love to get a 720p flatscreen TV...

    Something to think about anyway.

    But thumbs up on switching to a 1080p for you. You'll be happier and they make great multimedia/console monitors to boot.

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  • shifty
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    I found a refurb Olevia 26" for $239/free ship @ Buy.com today. I think I'm going to get that (1080p) and refuse the $299 32" 720p from Woot.

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