Changhong LED42YC2000UA Deal:

Changhong 42" 1080p LED HDTV (LED42YC2000UA)

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Changhong 42" 1080p LED HDTV (LED42YC2000UA)
$279.99 after Coupon
(was $349.99)
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  • 42" 1080p LED Backlit LCD Display

  • 60Hz
  • 8ms Response Time
  • 1200:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 350 cd/m2 Brightness
  • 3 HDMI Inputs
  • 38.06" x 24.43" x 10.24" (w/ stand)
  • 22.93lbs
  • 1 Year Warranty
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Changhong 42" 1080p LED HDTV(LED42YC2000UA) - $279.99 AC FS @ Newegg

Coupon Code: EMCPCPW24

  • 42" 1080p LED Backlit LCD Display

  • Enhanced Motion Rate 120Hz
  • 6ms Response Time (Newegg lists 8ms but Changhong lists 6ms)
  • 1200:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 350 cd/m2 Brightness
  • 3 HDMI Inputs
  • 38.06" x 24.43" x 10.24" (w/ stand)
  • 22.93lbs
  • 1 Year Warranty

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This seems to be available for $229 every month or so...

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magnafides said:   This seems to be available for $229 every month or so...
Really? I was checking back through the forums and I didn't see it posted for anything less than $279.99. Also they must be changing model numbers or something because it still only has 3 customer reviews. If you see it for that price I highly recommend posting it as it will get many green votes at that price.

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Hmm, I could've sworn that I saw it for $229 but my searches are only pulling up the 40". Disregard then!

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note that the contrast ratio will not be as good as other TV...consider this a cheap TV...not a great TV...but better than a cheap TV at WalMart or Target

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I have not heard anything good about this brand, so would avoid.

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pbmc said:   I have not heard anything good about this brand, so would avoid.
Well then here you go. This T.V. is awesome and even "awesomer" at this price. I would highly recommend. The remote is cheap it takes a minute to turn on but other than that the picture is crisp and the sound is good. At this price you can't beat it. I promise.

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In one of the earlier threads, I recall a post detailing how the 40" has superior components to the 42".

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debating this. Is buying a "smart" tv vs a non-smart tv worth the price difference?

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lesliejs said:   debating this. Is buying a "smart" tv vs a non-smart tv worth the price difference?
It really depends on a few things.

  • Do you use Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, or other streaming services?
  • Do you not have a computer that has a HDMI connection that would be convenient for hooking up to your TV?
  • Would you be willing to put that money not spent into getting a small low power computer that will out perform a smart TV in every possible category?

Personally I'm an old school computer nerd and I built my own computer and have a laptop that I don't mind hooking up to my TV when I want to use any of the features a smart TV provides. So I would rather hook up my computer to my TV any time I want to watch movies or shows. I also don't use Netflix or any of the streaming services and if I did then my previous statement takes affect again.

However for a lot of people who don't want to hook stuff up and then disconnect it (laptop to TV) often, or who don't have an extra computer to use as an HTPC, or who aren't particularly computer savvy, and who use streaming services a lot then YES it is worth it.

Many people love smart TVs but honestly I think they are gimmicky and I would use a computer every time to avoid the hokey and many times poorly functioning smart features. However I know on a lot of newer and nicer model TVs they have made the smart functions much better integrated and easy to use as well as better functioning.

I hope that helps.

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agreed @ gimmicky. IMO, if you have a TV that does just TV, it can do it better than something that tries to do the TV thing, the netflix thing, Amazon prime thing, weatherbug thing, wash the dishes thing, and walk the dog thing.

i don't even like when they have a DVD built in. if one of the components break, you have a bigger than necessary device that now just less than it originally set out to do. and if the part that breaks on a DVD/TV combo is the TV part, then it'll look really silly hooking up the DVD to another TV. but i digress...

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do you remember what features are better on the 40 in and not on 42 in?

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