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I can't search for LG, so I need some help!
8 replies to this topic
Posted February 09 2005 - 11:06 AM
How does their 52" DLP stack up to the 50" Samsung and Toshiba? My local Good Guys will give me the LG-52SZ51D for $2349, so with tax and the warranty I want to get it comes out to about $2850. Any opinions? Oh, and anyone know why it comes back with no search results found if I try LG?
Posted February 10 2005 - 12:50 AM
I'm not looking to buy online, just wanting to see if anyone had bought this TV before or had any experience with one. Thanks though
Posted February 10 2005 - 03:13 AM
You may want to wait on the LG, I've read in a couple of places that new sets with HD DVR built in are coming out in the near future, not sure when though.
Posted February 10 2005 - 06:18 PM
The 52SZ51 is a sweet set. You should be happy with it. I'd probably skip the warranty and buy bulbs instead though.
Posted February 11 2005 - 01:58 PM
Tyson: are you an LG rep? I sell the things. We've had *TWO* fail on the sales floor within as many months. It wasn't the bulbs either. Anyone who doesn't get the warranty on these is asking for trouble. Josh: If you're gonna get DLP no matter what go with a Samsung or Mistubishi. The Mits is the best quality (Hitachi's DLP implementation) and Smasung is the best bang for the buck, though reliablity is troublesome. Personally I'd recommend a Sony or Hitachi LCD solution. 16 years in the biz, sell what you know...no commissions.
Posted February 12 2005 - 07:19 AM
Well I did go with the Samsung, Costco is selling the 50" HLN5065 and I got it for $2039. Couldn't beat that, no matter where I went! Eventhough it's the older model, I think I will be happy!
Posted February 13 2005 - 07:37 AM
Peter: Do you work at Best Buy? No problems with the LG stuff, other than a couple lamp failures, but LG warrantied them no problem even after 4-6 months. Josh, enjoy your Sammy, it's good stuff too. The reality is there is very little product on the market that is no good.
Posted February 13 2005 - 02:15 PM
Ever hear of a lil' old distributor named Apex? Not to mention RCA has nosdived since Thomson took over. We refer to Magnavox as "Maggotbox". Those generic $39 DVD players are also scary, scary stuff. LG has a ways to go, but I'll admit they're trying.
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