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48" TCL 240Hz LED HDTV ( LE48FHDF3300) EXPIRED

BluGuy 21,718 November 27, 2012 at 10:11 AM in Tech & Electronics (5) More TigerDirect Deals
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Promoted 11-27-2012 at 12:30 PM View Original Post
Tiger Direct has 48" TCL 240Hz LED HDTV ( LE48FHDF3300) for $350 + free shipping after a $100 rebate. Thanks BluGuy

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 100,000:1
  • Response Time: 12ms
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Headphone out
    • 1x Component Video
    • 1x Composite Video

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Edited November 27, 2012 at 01:11 PM by BluGuy
TCL LE48FHDF3300 48in LED LCD HDTV [tigerdirect.com] (1080p, 240Hz) $349.99 AR [highspeedbackbone.net] Free Shipping

TX SDers can save the S&H $$ by ordering from CircuitCity.com [circuitcity.com] for the same price w/ Free Shipping!

TCL LE48FHDF3300 48" Class LED HDTV
Enjoy watching movies and TV programs in full HD with the TCL LE48FHDF3300 48" Class LED HDTV. Featuring its large 48-inch LED display, this HDTV provides you with clear and crisp, full HD images to enhance your viewing experience at home. Its 100,000:1 contrast ratio provides amazingly clear visual details even on dark scenes as it produces deeper blacks and brighter whites. Thanks to its 240Hz screen refresh rate, you can expect for smoother video quality with less blurs and ghosting on fast-paced scenes. Just connect it to your home entertainment system through its HDMI port and enjoy high-quality visuals and audio great for watching movies or for playing games.

What It Is And Why You Need It:
48-inch LED display; offers a large, cinematic viewing experience at home
Full HD 1080p resolution; provides you with clear and crisp, full HD images
100,000:1 contrast ratio; produces deeper blacks and brighter whites
240Hz screen refresh rate; produces smoother video quality with less blurs and ghosting on fast-paced scenes
Two HDMI port; ensures easy connection to various HD devices

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#151
Quote from oyouno View Post :
6% cash back via. m. r. r e bates.
Also 6% back from fatwallet. Anyone know if you can use both? Possible?
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#152
Quote from ListedGuru View Post :
So if you can't disable the 240hz setting does it still have that nasty soap opera effect?

-Guru
it does NOT have the soap opera effect
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#153
Quote from aramirez172 View Post :
I tried to multi-quote to answer 2 questions at once but seems I failed :/

It does not overscan and I have not seen a feature to adjust the Mhz settings - and I've clicked through all the display image features to see what I can do to make it look better.

It's got a decent picture but I just expected something more. The only difference I see form an LCD TV is that it looks good from any angle.
Thanks for answering. That's definitely a deal breaker for me.

Quote from aramirez172 View Post :
it does NOT have the soap opera effect
It's probably not actually doing any sort of 240hz processing then, is it?

Now I don't know what to think look around
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#154
Quote from chrisgringo View Post :
Don't listen to him.
A 48" TV has 40% larger area then a 40" TV.
http://www.displaywars.com/40-inc...-inch-16x9
Agreed. Several years ago while shopping for a TV, I compared TVs in the 40" range with larger TVs, and ended up with a 47". The larger TV is much better in terms of viewing experience. I would only go with a smaller TV if the room were small and viewers would be sitting close to the TV.

Also a friend of mine bought a 40" TV because it fit inside a wall cut-out that previously held his 4x3 old style picture tube TV - and he regretted that purchase for years. Finally he convinced his wife to let him panel over the wall cut-out and upgraded to a 55" TV. Like night and day watching that big screen.
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#155
I wonder if this is better than my 4 year old Panasonic 40-in Viera...
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#156
Quote from cpufreak3 View Post :
Check under Menu - Picture -> Advanced Setting -> MEMC

I have a 40" TCL and that's where the setting is
Thanks!! Will do!
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#157
Come back to me when this is $250 Big Grin
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#158
first concern, is TCL TV any good?
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#159
shopdiscover to make 5% cashback?
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#160
Should I? I have the 60" Vizio and 42" TCL sitting at home and my 39"ers are on backorder.. to do, to do..
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#161
Quote from Blindingfury View Post :
shopdiscover to make 5% cashback?
Yup, then another additional 5% back if signed up for the online purchases from Discover. So 10% back, making this TV AR $310.00

Quote from corbex View Post :
Should I? I have the 60" Vizio and 42" TCL sitting at home and my 39"ers are on backorder.. to do, to do..
I have the BF 60" Vizio and had to bite on this. This one is for the man cave.
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#162
Quote from helloha1 View Post :
The panels are the same in 60hz and 240hz iirc, it's just the software in the TV that adds in extra frames.240 hz and 120 hz IS that motion plus branding.
120hz TVs most definitely are NOT merely that motion plus branding. In fact, you can buy 120hz TVs that don't even offer that software option that guesses and adds in new frames. As I said, 120hz IS a TV spec (not a software option...i.e., it actually does display 120fps) and it's extremely useful for watching 24fps video (as the TV merely displays each of the 24 frames 5 times instead of showing every third frame 3 times instead of two). Poor marketing has confused the ACTUAL hardware spec with a software filter manufacturer's have added to their TVs.

As far as this 240hz, it's a useless spec unless you actually like applying the motion smoothing video filter; however, it will be important when 48fps video hits the market.
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#163
This has no Wifi, no 3D (pretty useless anyway), and no Internet. Just an FYI! I'm holding out on a TV that has Wifi and Internet and I'll buy.
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#164
Quote from venpalvas View Post :
These rebates require original UPC barcodes. How can we provide two barcodes when buying one TV?
Would like to know if this is possible too!
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#165
Almost bought it until I read all the bad reviews on Amazon. Looks like the company does not spend too much on QC. Good luck to those who bought it already - hope you get an unit with no problem.
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