Anyone know a good place to buy commercial plasmas!!!!!!!!

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  1. Adrian>G

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    I am switching to commercial plasma tv's instead of consumer, so if anyone can reccomend any places or sites. please let me know.


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    jewel goods are you serious has plasmas now. whats else is this world coming to.

    The new mcdonalds has like 30-40 plasma's all over
     
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    Does tv authority offer discounts
     
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    Greetings

    As with most places, if you buy in numbers ... an arrangement can be made.

    Regards
     
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    Adrian:

    If you are looking to buy a commercial plama from TV Authority just talk to Kirk, Neil or Jason and tell them that you are a member here and see if they can cut you a deal.

    They are great to work with before and after the sale too.

    Parker
     
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    Awesome thanks alot.
     
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    Honestly, I hadn't really looked; is there that big a difference between 'consumer' and 'commercial' plasma screens?

    Silly me, I guess I figured that, for example, a Panasonic plasma screen was a Panasonic plasma screen...

    okay, so at least with Panasonic, the consumer displays often have tuners and pre-attached (instead of optional) speakers.

    But how about the fundamental displays?

    Leo
     
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    Both Commercial and Consumer use the same Panel.


    The Consumer also comes with:

    Pedestal Stand
    More inputs
    HDMI input ( Optional for the Commercial)
    In-Home Warranty (Carry-in for the Commercial)
     
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    The commercial display also a lot of times gives you more control over picture settings.

    And ... Panasonic this year is offering a 37" ED commercial display, but not a 37" ED consumer model.

    Here is a really good list of why you might want to look at a commercial display:

    http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...&&#post5825538

    I am also learning about these. Just be aware that for a Panasonic, you'd still need to buy a stand, speakers, and an HDMI/DVI card if you want a digital input. But if you look around, you can find good deals on all of those. [​IMG]
     

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