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32" Quantum View 1080p LCD HDTV (QTC32A7F) EXPIRED

ianoconnor 299 September 14, 2012 at 03:53 PM in Tech & Electronics (6) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 09-14-2012 at 05:04 PM View Original Post
Walmart has 32" Quantum View 1080p LCD HDTV (QTC32A7F) for $169 with free store pickup. Thanks ianoconnor

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 15000:1 Dynamic
  • Inputs
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB

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#61
Quote from korhoden View Post :
Can this play mkv off of a USB drive?
Im not exactly sure on file types, but my LG 32LK330 has been able to play pretty much everything I've thrown at it. I actually did a lot of research of budget tvs and USB file types and most can only do music and pictures.
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#62
Quote from ninedayfall75 View Post :
I'd order this and use it as a monitor, if the response time was better.
what would be a good response time for use as a monitor? I might use an HDTV in the future as a monitor and that information would come in useful.
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#63
Quote from wd40 View Post :
what would be a good response time for use as a monitor? I might use an HDTV in the future as a monitor and that information would come in useful.
You need fast response for games. Dont need fast response for watching vid and surfing.
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#64
Hmm... I'm looking for an extra TV for the bedroom. This might be perfect but I'm going to wait for a few on here to get it home.
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#65
Quote from scv91355 View Post :
I would suggest you go back to the books and gain an understanding of ATSC Television. Different broadcast networks transmit their terrestrial (over the air) signal in both 1080i and 720p. ABC and FOX are 720p. CBS and NBC are 1080i.

It doesn't make any difference what the "native" resolution of a consumer flat panel is. The panel will scale accordingly to what it receives.
And this is from an "old person".....
They were saying that people think that this TV can't view in 1080P. The only reason that they think that is that they see what the TV says when they are watching TV and it says 1080i. With the right source, this will play in 1080P, that is all this person was saying.
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#66
Quote from spikey911 View Post :
Maybe I am behind the times here but how do you tell the difference?
I'm with you. I download movies and play them on the computer with the TV as a monitor. A 700MB 1.5 hr movie looks great to me. I own a PS3 and have a BLURAY player in one of my home computers and this laptop but own no BLURAY disks. I have all my movies and series on the hard drive and don't have to look around for a movie, insert the disk, start the movie, get to the main movie title screen, start the movie, then think 'This movie sucks and then start all over with another movie!!! Just click the movie file and here we go!! I am more into the sound. A good $200 Pioneer 5.1 receiver with 2 older but very nice Fisher speakers ($40.00 at a flea market) and a nice 12" Sony woofer (about $120 on sale) and I am ready to go!!! You don't need to spend $2000-$3000 on a sound system unless you just want to show off. I don't own a theatre and don't need a HUGE system.
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#67
Quote from wd40 View Post :
what would be a good response time for use as a monitor? I might use an HDTV in the future as a monitor and that information would come in useful.
My Planar is 2ms, this is 8ms.
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#68
Quote from scv91355 View Post :
I would suggest you go back to the books and gain an understanding of ATSC Television. Different broadcast networks transmit their terrestrial (over the air) signal in both 1080i and 720p. ABC and FOX are 720p. CBS and NBC are 1080i.

It doesn't make any difference what the "native" resolution of a consumer flat panel is. The panel will scale accordingly to what it receives.

And this is from an "old person".....
I am saying the people reviewing it were talking out of their asses. They never got 1080p, because they had nothing capable of producing a 1080p image. Do any of the networks broadcast in 1080p? That was my point.
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#69
Quote from jarrettz View Post :
Hmm... I'm looking for an extra TV for the bedroom. This might be perfect but I'm going to wait for a few on here to get it home.
If you buy it and don't like it, Walmart will give you a full refund including the warranty costs. I wouldn't buy a TV anywhere else but Walmart and maybe Amazon. Some won't return it without a charge even if it has a pixel defects in the screen. I believe NEWEGG (which I love and shop at a lot) says it has to have 4 or more bad pixels before you return it for a full refund. This is what I have heard. If someone has better info, please correct this.
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#70
Quantum View, eh? Did they just directly steal that name from UPS? I wonder if you'll get a Quantum View notification when it ships.
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#71
Quote from monkeybiz View Post :
nothing about VESA mount but maybe a tilt mount like this cheetah http://www.amazon.com/Cheetah-Mou...0012S4APK/ would work. If it's not true 1080p as advertised it's going back. I used AMEX to double the warranty and local pickup/return is a win.
I have that Mount and it works great for my 42" plasma.

Also, what AMEX card doubles the warranty? I took a look at the site and man do they have a lot of different cards!? Thanks!
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#72
Quote from Mxyamaharider View Post :
I have that Mount and it works great for my 42" plasma.

Also, what AMEX card doubles the warranty? I took a look at the site and man do they have a lot of different cards!? Thanks!
from what I know all of them do, at least both my BLUE and my GOLD card do.
https://www.americanexpress.com/u...ranty.html
I think others like VISA also have some buyer protection. Very happy with AMEX, GOLD deal here last year, nearly $1500 in BONUS points and no fee.
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#73
Quote from jackals View Post :
supposedly, black friday at walmart there will be a 32" VIZIO for $99... door buster I would think at that price
That, somebody is gonna get stepped on and killed again. EEK!
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#74
In 4 one! Repped
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#75
Does anybody know how many watts this TV consumes?
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