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Help me Pick!!

Discussion in 'Displays' started by MichaelZee, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. MichaelZee

    MichaelZee Auditioning

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    I am a college student and I am looking to buy a nice flat-panel television for my room. The 3 TVs above are in my price range that I am willing to spend. I wanted some opinions from you guys on what you think the best deal is and the best TV is.
    Also ..if you guys know of anymore good TVs in the 1500 – 2000 dollar price range let me know. I am doing my DD to make sure I get the best possible TV for my money. Thanks

    P.S. I do know the difference in HD and ED but HD is a little out of my budget.


    Wal-Mart

    HYUNDAI 42" Widescreen Plasma ED TV - $1,694.00

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    I was really surprised to even see a flat-panel at Wal-mart.

    Circuit City

    ESA 42" Widescreen Plasma EDTV Monitor (PDP4294LV1) - 1799.99

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    Best Buy

    Zenith 42" ED-Ready Flat-Panel Plasma TV with Picture-in-Picture – Silver – $2000.00

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    O and sorry about the URLs .. i need 15 post to just put links .. sorry

    Michael
     
  2. Stephen Hopkins

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    The Panasonics are supposed to be about the best ED plasma pannels in the price range, most say they look alot better than the lower end HD plasmas. Ecost has the 42" 42PWD7UY for $1830 and the 37" 37PWD7UY for $1685.

    Hope this helps [​IMG]
     
  3. RaymondSteiner

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    If you have think about a projector, the infocus 4805 (one of the best budget proyectors if not the best) is at 1049.99 dollars at circuit city or a undisclosed price (hint, hint) at tv-authority, a sponsor of the forum.
     
  4. MichaelZee

    MichaelZee Auditioning

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    well here is the thing raymond a projector i dont think would go well in the small Apartments in this college town. and i dont think they will let me drill wholes in the ceiling.

    I checked out the ESA and i have to say it really looks pretty good and at 1800 10% off and 48mons Finance offer i think it just might be the tv i might go with... but im still looking

    P.S. i liked the panasonic alot it was right next to the ESA .. but it was way over my budget .. and i think the 48month finance offer is the way to go..
     

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