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Dell Home has 50" Sharp Aquos LC-50LE440U 1080p LED HDTV + $300 Dell eGift Card for $699.99 with free shipping. Thanks yuugotserved

Note: Promotional Gift Card ships separately from purchase and typically arrives in 10-20 days via email and carries a 90 day expiration.

Specs:
Tuners: ATSC/NTXC
Resolution: 1920x1080
LED Type: Edge-Lit
Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1
Viewing Angles: 176 H / 176 V
Connectors:
3x HDMI
1x Component
1x Composite
1x VGA
1x D-Sub
1x USB

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&...

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Sharp Aquos LC-50LE440U
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oh oh you posted a little late.... already purchased a refurbished one

Green!

Is this wall-mountable?

itedinfw said:   Is this wall-mountable?Yes, it has a 400x400mm VESA mounting hole pattern

according to this, you can.


Question
is this tv mountable?
can you mount this tv ...
can i remove the stand
1 year, 5 months ago
Posted by: Anonymous on Sharp - AQUOS LC-70LE632U 70" 1080p LED-LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV 1080p - 120 Hz - Piano Black
0out of0found this question helpful.
2 answers
ANSWER 1
Yes,I mounted mine today. I would not recommend a "tilting mount" as this is a 100 lb tv and you do not want any undue stress put on the mount or your wall/studs.
I will say it took a few hours before I would relax
1 year, 5 months ago
Posted by: Anonymous
0out of0found this answer helpful.
ANSWER 2
Great question! Yes, the LC70LE632U can be mounted on the wall to enhance any home theater experience. Any wall mount used, should support the 400mm x 400mm VESA pattern and be rated to support the weight of the TV (93.7 lbs./42.5 kg).
1 year, 5 months ago
Posted by: Sharp Advisor

pleasecorrupt said:   Dell Home has 50" Sharp Aquos LC-50LE440U 1080p LED HDTV + $300 Dell eGift Card for $699.99 with free shipping. Thanks yuugotserved

Note: Promotional Gift Card ships separately from purchase and typically arrives in 10-20 days via email and carries a 90 day expiration.

Specs:
Tuners: ATSC/NTXC
Resolution: 1920x1080
LED Type: Edge-Lit
Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1
Viewing Angles: 176 H / 176 V
Connectors:
3x HDMI
1x Component
1x Composite
1x VGA
1x D-Sub
1x USB

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&...



So the TV is $399.99 + the $300 GC and you pay $699.99?
Good deal this TV for $399.99
And put the $300 towards a laptop.....

lol how the hell is this TV 100 lbs?

Product Type

LED-backlit LCD TV
Diagonal Size

50" Diagonal Size (cm)


Dimensions (WxDxH)
45.7 in x 12.4 in x 29.7 in - with stand

Weight 55.3 lbs

lol just sharing the response i found on best buy reply thread about it being mounted. found the 2nd response more valuable than the first.

Old 60hz technology--pass

jd2010 said:   lol how the hell is this TV 100 lbs?


•Panel without stand - 45.7 in x 1.8 in x 28 in x 46.5 lbs

"Old 60hz technology--pass"

New 120hz technology ... of course, it's $999.99 instead of $400.

BTW, for 90-95% of people, 60hz versus 120hz won't affect them at all.

Sk8terboy said:   "Old 60hz technology--pass"

New 120hz technology ... of course, it's $999.99 instead of $400.

BTW, for 90-95% of people, 60hz versus 120hz won't affect them at all.


120Hz is old skool. new skools is 240hz.

Sk8terboy said:   BTW, for 90-95% of people, 60hz versus 120hz won't affect them at all.

Interesting question is... who's reading Fatwallet. The 90-95%, or the other 5-10%?

This business about the hz's is nonsense.
You want top of the line/newest technology then you pay those prices.

touxiong said:   Sk8terboy said:   "Old 60hz technology--pass"

New 120hz technology ... of course, it's $999.99 instead of $400.

BTW, for 90-95% of people, 60hz versus 120hz won't affect them at all.


120Hz is old skool. new skools is 240hz.

You mean 600Hz. And 4k pixels.

Just sold the $300 GC for $280. Minus eBay and Paypal fees, I netted $243.58. I also had two $50 GC from purchasing two $300 GCs, which I used towards the Aquos purchase. I sold those for $45 each, netting $38.89. So my final net purchase price for the Aquos was $741.99* - $321.36 = $420.63.

*includes 6% MD tax, but shipping was free

uyhoang said:   Just sold the $300 GC for $280. Minus eBay and Paypal fees, I netted $243.58. I also had two $50 GC from purchasing two $300 GCs, which I used towards the Aquos purchase. I sold those for $45 each, netting $38.89. So my final net purchase price for the Aquos was $741.99* - $321.36 = $420.63.

*includes 6% MD tax, but shipping was free


How long after you ordered the tv did you receive the $300 egift card? I'm still waiting and had to open a support ticket with Dell to get it re-issued.

Thnx

I ordered on 4/29 and received it on 5/28, so almost a full month.



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