Whats the Cheapest widescreen out there?

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  1. Tan_U

    Tan_U Stunt Coordinator

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    As of right now the cheapest one I know of is the Panasonic 47" which you can get for about $1,600 at Sears with an internet price match. Is there anything cheaper.
     
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    Tan_U Stunt Coordinator

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    bump,

    I just sold my T.V. and the guy is coming to pick it up on thursday so I need to make a decision fast, Oh and is there any big screen analog RPTV that supports 480P.
     
  3. LaMarcus

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    There are plenty of good deals out there right now on hdtv rptvs, I just bought a 65" samsung tantus for about 2300, form hh gregg. They are real suckers when it comes to selling there tv's they will practically sell you there family if you buy a warranty. After taxes and a 5yr warranty it came up to $3000 even, but the scamer in me will take it back before 30 days , get a refund and then buy it back a week later for proably half the price, lol[​IMG]
     
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    Umm, well now. We'll ignore the ethical issues presented two posts prior to this one.

    Right now, the 47-inch Panny is just about the least expensive 16:9 RPTV sold in the U.S. And the beauty of it is, the set's a true gem--the real deal. I've seen one properly set up in a high-end A/V store just blocks from my house. Except for a slight tendency toward blue-tinted images (the set had only been calibrated via the user controls), high-def images simply popped off the screen (it was fed by a Sencore signal generator). The Panny may be inexpensive, but it's not cheap.

    You can also look for deals in your area or online. The 42-inch Toshiba can most likely be found for much less that two grand, and the color decoders in that brand's sets are amazing for a mass-produced display.
     

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