Slickone said: Why is it always the 3D one on sale? Are they trying to get rid of 3D models? I'm looking for a non-3D for even less, but even the 42" 120Hz "2D" is always at least this price or more. Why not just buy a 3D tv if it's onsale for a reasonable price compared to even 2D tvs?
posted: Dec. 29, 2012 @ 3:23p
WalMart is selling it for $598. So it's a good deal, but not a great deal.
posted: Dec. 29, 2012 @ 3:57p
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posted: Dec. 29, 2012 @ 4:43p
Great with Cash Back. Bought one from fry's at this price without Cash Back. Love the 3D for movie. Not impressive but better than 2D in some aspects.
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posted: Dec. 29, 2012 @ 4:51p
keaton85 said: Why not just buy a 3D tv if it's onsale for a reasonable price compared to even 2D tvs?
Because some of these people have no idea what they are talking about. You don't deactivate the 3D, the set will generally auto-detect a 3D signal or input and run in regular hdtv mode the rest of the time.
LG's have great and controllable 3D that can make any 2D picture 3D in various increments or you can turn it off just as easily.
posted: Dec. 29, 2012 @ 8:22p
normal1 said: Why is it always the 3D one on sale? Are they trying to get rid of 3D models?
#1 Nobody is buying them #2 Yes.. I'm in the same boat.. No need and do not want a 3d TV or Smart either.. You can buy a good Blue-ray to cover your Smart needs.. yes they are trying to get rid of the 3d models.... for newer 3d models. my god. and what is a blue-ray? is that similar to blu-ray?
posted: Dec. 29, 2012 @ 8:52p
lovelace said: Still waiting for Sony to produce passive 3d
I am waiting for glasses free 3D with 4K resolution. Prototypes already exists. Just waiting for mass production and then the prices to come down.
how this is compared to LG PA5500 from Sears, I got it for Christmas, overall I paid 582(inc tax) - 55 discover CashBack - 105 in Sears GC = 422 I still have it unopened, shall I just return it...?
posted: Dec. 30, 2012 @ 10:57a
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posted: Dec. 30, 2012 @ 11:58a
centuryrider said: redearth... do YOU want a plasma TV, or do YOU want an LED TV? No one can answer that question but you. They are both excellent TV's. At the price you quoted I would most likely keep the plasma, although I generally prefer the picture of LG's LED TV's. These TV's are both so good, I would not go to the hassle to return one to acquire the other, regardless of which one I already had. Thanks for the reply. I am not sure what I want, that is why I was asking. And I agree with you. I am looking for a newer technology and obviously lighter on the wallet too. I do not have much knowledge of the TV's. I am going to do some research. Also in my area this LG LED is 649, i guess I am keeping the plasma for now.
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