LG 60PB6600 Deal:

LG 60" 1080p 600Hz Smart Plasma HDTV (60PB6600)

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LG 60" 1080p 600Hz Smart Plasma HDTV (60PB6600)
$699.00
(was $879.99)
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  • 60" (1920 x 1080p) Plasma Display
  • 1080p Resolution
  • 600Hz Refresh Rate
  • Three (3) HDMI Ports
  • 1-yr. Limited Warranty
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LG 60PB6600 TV - Smart Plasma TV - Full HD 1080p - FRYs Electronic - $ 699.00 + Tax - Free Shipping or Local Pick upFRY'S Electronic have the LG 60PB6600 TV on sale for $699 + Tax and Free Shipping. (To see the price add the item to your cart).


This stunning plasma's Full HD 1080p picture quality gets even better with the addition of our 600Hz Max Field Driving, which makes each frame of video brighter and clearer. Better still is the power and convenience of LG Smart TV, with its easy access to premium content. 

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Next best price was BestBuy at $879

Specifications
PANEL
Display Type PDP
Resolution 1920 x 1080
600Hz Sub Field Driving Yes
Protective Skin Glass Yes
ISM (Image Sticking Minimization) 3 Modes
VIDEO
Triple XD Engine Yes
Resolution Upscaler Yes
Picture Mode 8 Modes
Picture Wizard Yes
Aspect Ratio 6 Modes
Just Scan (1:1 Pixel Matching) HDMI, Component, RF: 1080i, 1080p, 720p 0% OverScan
Real Cinema 24p (2:2 pull down) Yes
AUDIO
Mono / Stereo / Dual (MTS/SAP) Yes
Dolby Digital Decoder Yes
DTS Decoder Yes
Speaker System 2ch Speaker System
Audio Output 20W
Sound System Virtual Surround Plus
Clear Voice II Yes
Sound Mode 6 Modes
Smart Sound Mode Yes
Sound Optimizer 3 Modes
Optical Sound Sync Yes
Wireless Sound Sync Yes
LG SMART TV
Premium VOD Services Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube and more
MHL (Mobile to TV, Wired) Yes
CONNECTIVITY
Wi-Fi® Built-in Wi-Fi dongle required. Will be supplied at no charge
WiFi Direct Wi-Fi dongle required. Will be supplied at no charge
USB Yes
- Video DivX HD
- Photo JPEG
- Audio AC3 (Dolby Digital), EAC3, HE-AAC, AAC, MPEG, MP3, PCM, DTS
AV INPUTS/OUTPUTS
RF In (Antenna/Cable) 1 (Rear)
Component Video In 1 (Rear)
Composite In (AV) 1 (shared w/Component)
Digital Audio Out (Optical) 1 (Rear)
HDMI® 3 (Side)
USB 2.0 3 (Side)
LAN 1 (Rear)
RS-232 USB Port (no power on)
CABINET
VESA® Size (mm) 400 x 400
POWER
Power Supply (Voltage, Hz) 100V ~ 240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption TBD
Standby Mode TBD
60PB6600 DIMENSIONS / WEIGHTS / UPC
TV without Stand (WxHxD) 54.8" x 30.0" x 2.7"
TV with Stand (WxHxD) 54.8" x 34.7" x 13.4"
Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD) 60.0" x 37.4" x 11.2"
TV without Stand Weight 72.7 lbs
TV with Stand Weight 78.7 lbs
Shipping Weight 95.7 lbs
WARRANTY
Limited Warranty 1 Year Parts & Labor

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Incredible price for a 60" plasma! +1

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Is there a way to make this sweeter? like gift cards or other stuff?

Edit: Wow. 77 lbs.

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It's an awesome deal, but beware of power consumption. As best I can tell, it's not published by LG. My guess is it's a power hog.

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rbstern said:   It's an awesome deal, but beware of power consumption. As best I can tell, it's not published by LG. My guess is it's a power hog.
  Probably between $40-80~ year

EDIT: My guess was almost as good as the FTC's!

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how do you get free shipping? it says in-store only

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rbstern said:   It's an awesome deal, but beware of power consumption. As best I can tell, it's not published by LG. My guess is it's a power hog.
  
Too many uninformed people think plasmas are huge power hogs because they generate heat off the screen, but LEDs generate more of their heat off the electronics in the back so it isn't that simple. Yes, plasma runs higher than LED, but today we're talking about the difference between 70-100 watts LED average vs. 120-150 watts plasma.  Even in the old days, LEDs were often 150-250 range, and plasma 200-300 (maximum wattage numbers), so it wasn't terrible.

The LG 60V450 model, also a 60" plasma, says 201 watts. That's the maximum (i.e. 100% white screen). My 50" LG plasma, 5 years old, maxes at about 300 watts (runs 160-300 range). LEDs are usually in a max of ~150-200 watts today too. The data is hard to rely on as many LED manufacturers are now reporting average power consumption and not the min-max range.

Edit: FYI, Fry's has posted the energy label on their page: http://images.frys.com/art/rebates_pdf/8018364_energyguide.pdf   Looks pretty good...estimated annual cost of $31.
 

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Thanks OP!
Price History
It's been 879 on Amazon

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How does this compare the the refurbished Vizio smart TV in Fry's for 729$ (90 day warranty) Model: E601i-A3B

http://www.frys.com/product/7989460?source=google&gclid=CM_2sO6f...

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You can price match this at Best Buy as well and combine with free delivery and 18 mo/ no interest if you have a BB CC card.

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Got mine last night! Will be delivered monday for free!

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Wish there was a FRY's around where I live.

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DirtCheapDad said:   
rbstern said:   It's an awesome deal, but beware of power consumption. As best I can tell, it's not published by LG. My guess is it's a power hog.
  
Too many uninformed people think plasmas are huge power hogs because they generate heat off the screen, but LEDs generate more of their heat off the electronics in the back so it isn't that simple. Yes, plasma runs higher than LED, but today we're talking about the difference between 70-100 watts LED average vs. 120-150 watts plasma.  Even in the old days, LEDs were often 150-250 range, and plasma 200-300 (maximum wattage numbers), so it wasn't terrible.

The LG 60V450 model, also a 60" plasma, says 201 watts. That's the maximum (i.e. 100% white screen). My 50" LG plasma, 5 years old, maxes at about 300 watts (runs 160-300 range). LEDs are usually in a max of ~150-200 watts today too. The data is hard to rely on as many LED manufacturers are now reporting average power consumption and not the min-max range.

Edit: FYI, Fry's has posted the energy label on their page: http://images.frys.com/art/rebates_pdf/8018364_energyguide.pdf   Looks pretty good...estimated annual cost of $31.

 
First of all, electric rates in the US average closer to 14 cents/kwh.  While some lucky folks get electricity for 11 cents/kwh, it is unusual these days.  Next, the fact that there's an energy star tag from a US gov't agency, yet the manufacturer still has "TBD" on their web site for the TV's power use...hmm.

I'm not suggesting people shouldn't buy a plasma TV, or this deal.  I think it's a good deal.  Just realize that over the course of five years, the cost of ownership might be a couple hundred bucks higher than a similar LCD/LED setup, depending on where you live and how much you use the TV.
 

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Sactojay916 said:   You can price match this at Best Buy as well and combine with free delivery and 18 mo/ no interest if you have a BB CC card.
  that's a good idea....though I think the extended warranty (I usually get on Tv's as long as they aren't too costly) is cheaper at Fry's

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ArtieLange said:   Wish there was a FRY's around where I live.
  They will ship it, and if they do that
you will get it.

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Available in store only for NJ zip code. 

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no shipping in ct

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might try BB

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I ordered one of these from Frys.com and the freight company managed to damage it.
Frys will give me my money back, but was out of stock online, so no replacement.

I got Best Buy to price match $699.99 including free delivery and basic setup (unbox, put on stand, turn on),
and got 10% back in rewards because I took them up on their credit card offer.

Ended up with a better deal than the Fry's deal by about $70, and got a TV that works great !

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