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posted: May. 14, 2013 @ 1:41p
Panasonic 42'' Class Smart Viera S60 Thanks VBMcGB Disclaimer
Video: 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65-Inch class (measured diagonally), Full HD 1080p, 600Hz refresh rate Key Features: Built-in wireless LAN, VIERA Link, Online Movies, Media Player, electronic touch pen capability Input and Output Connections: 2 HDMI, 2 USB Eco-Friendly Features: Mercury and lead-free panel, long panel life (up to 100,000 hours) What's in the Box: S60 HDTV, TV Remote, User Manual
Bought it this AM, helluva a tv, glad I didn't get that Samsung plasma from Dell yesterday. The Samsung is a crap tv and let's face it, I didn't need anything from Dell and I'm far too busy to mess with selling gift cards.......... Sometimes I wonder how people can do so much work for some deals. My time is valuable. When I was a total broke ass I had time to work for hot deals, now I look at the price, not after selling coupons etc.
I have a 6 yr old vizio LCD, am I going to see much difference in picture quality with one of these?
posted: May. 15, 2013 @ 6:58p
smokediverxxx said: had one for two years....LOVE it
Don't let anyone talk you out of a PLASMA ....see for yourself Panasonic Plasma no less. I've had the non-smart version of this tv for 4 years and I love it.
Great deal OP.
TheHolyCow said: I have a 6 yr old vizio LCD, am I going to see much difference in picture quality with one of these? I'd vote yes. I have a TH-42PX80U in my bedroom (that was in my living for years) and the quality picture for a 720p set is amazing.
posted: May. 15, 2013 @ 7:50p
TheHolyCow said: I have a 6 yr old vizio LCD, am I going to see much difference in picture quality with one of these?
Yes, definitely. The huge difference will be in black levels and picture dynamic in movies. The brightness of this set is much lower, it can take a little getting used to after an LCD. This Plasma brings the brightness down but on the plus side that brings in amazing picture quality in the lower registers, especially compared to an older LCD. This would work better in a bedroom or lower light scenarios - Daytime viewing in a bright room is really the only weakness, far outweighed by the picture quality.
posted: May. 15, 2013 @ 8:01p
What will non-HD comcast digital cable channels look like on this tv?
posted: May. 16, 2013 @ 6:32p
dwayne33 said: What will non-HD comcast digital cable channels look like on this tv?
Depends on how close you are to the TV, 8 feet or more would be good. A Plasma tends to to do far better on non-HD material than LCD - LCD has a tendency to oversharpen and overexpose with high brightness making the picture look harsh and grainy.
posted: May. 16, 2013 @ 8:37p
BTW there are a couple of Shop Your Way Rewards points available on this puppy ..
Earn 25,000 points when you spend $250 or more Plus another 20K points when you use a Shop your Way coupon Plus the 4k in points just for buying it @ $400
Total so at least $45 -$49 on your next Sears purchase ;-}
Note that there is some babble over at Slick that both promotions cant be done . We shall see. Also Amazon is price matching to $$400 for a few people .
posted: May. 17, 2013 @ 12:30p
posted: May. 17, 2013 @ 5:21p
I bought it but don't NEED it - still have it in the garage to avoid 15% restocking fee if I open the box. The Black Friday Emperex for the bedroom from a few years back doesn't always turn on any more, but of course now that I got the new TV box down stairs it's been working fine. I don't watch in bed often so I'm basically writing this in hopes I justify the expense to myself somehow.
Thanks OP - I think..
posted: Jun. 10, 2013 @ 7:45a
This TV has a price of $729 at Sears now. By now I mean June 10th 2013.
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