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$376.99 shipped - 50" Insignia NS-50P650A11 Plasma 720p 600hz HDTV

WolfeOnIce 1,303 November 30, 2012 at 02:17 AM in Tech & Electronics (2) More CowBoom Deals
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Last Edited by WolfeOnIce November 30, 2012 at 02:26 AM
Title says it all. Cowboom is offering a 50" Insignia NS-50P650A11 Plasma for just $269.99 + $107.00 shipping.

http://www.cowboom.com/product/75...012-button

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#31
I've heard the best time to buy a TV is Jan/Feb.
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??? what is that suppose to mean
Burn-in or temporary burns...
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#33
samsungs known for their burn in..just use the special protection setting on so it shift every few seconds... if im not mistaken this is a rebadged samsung...should be great picture quality...i wish it was 1080p but whatever. also does this have a 2 year warranty?
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#34
2 year warranty.. take a screen shot for safety

http://www.insigniaproducts.com/p...50A11.html

look under the specs tab
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#35
In for 1, been looking for a TV for the bedroom, doesn't have to be the latest technology just something at a good price. The two year warranty with an free extra year through my credit card was the clincher.

TECHB10 gives you 10% off, i had to empty my cart and keep inputting the code in several times as it would say invalid coupon code, on about the fourth try I got it to work.

$373.61 shipped out the door, not bad........
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if it was 1080p I would of got one
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#37
I ordered one… just got done chatting with a cowboom rep - heres a couple things to keep in mind. It probably won't have anything for manufacture warranty as it more than likely ran out while they were sitting on it. Not sure exactly how that works as Insignia is a best buy brand and cowboom is a best buy brand... if something bad happens maybe you could talk to insignia and be like…come on…really?

Also looks like we missed the big deal by 3 days (Retail me not had a code for this same TV for $100!) so it would have only been mid $200 shipped) Oh well I still ordered for just under $400 with Retailmenot's other coupon (CowBoom10).

Last thing, although shipping is quite expensive here, you're not at a total risk if you get shipped a faulty unit. You have 30 days to ship it back, I forget the exact freight company they use to ship these, but if necessary they come right back to pick it up. It was also confirmed, that you would get a full refund if returned (shipping and all) — theres a bit of peace of mind.

Fingers crossed, if all else fails i just found one of the 50" Westinghouse doorbusters from Target's black Friday – hopefully that can go to my rents, and the insignia will go in my basement.

I'll let you know if I experience any problems, so far I'm impressed with cowboom (oh yeah and I grabbed a screenshot of the conversation with their rep should there be any problems)
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Quote from courtside View Post :
samsungs known for their burn in..just use the special protection setting on so it shift every few seconds... if im not mistaken this is a rebadged samsung...should be great picture quality...i wish it was 1080p but whatever. also does this have a 2 year warranty?
Didn't they were known for it... my son was testing out a few plasmas last year and the Samsung came out top... maybe because of that setting/feature.

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Also looks like we missed the big deal by 3 days (Retail me not had a code for this same TV for $100!) so it would have only been mid $200 shipped) Oh well I still ordered for just under $400 with Retailmenot's other coupon (CowBoom10).
How the heck did we miss that? I wonder if we'll see better pricing on this again... they're not quite selling out at this point.

Ok, I checked on this... I think it was priced closer to $400 before coupon at that time...
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Didn't they were known for it... my son was testing out a few plasmas last year and the Samsung came out top... maybe because of that setting/feature.


How the heck did we miss that? I wonder if we'll see better pricing on this again... they're not quite selling out at this point.

Ok, I checked on this... I think it was priced closer to $400 before coupon at that time...
trust me i had the worst experience with sammy plasma. it died in under a year and the company is terrible. they won't help at all. in fact it was under manufactuer warranty and they were trying to charge me $600 to switch out a tv with a new one and wouldnt even give a full refund. after a lot of complaining for over a year i finally got them to switch out.

I do not believe they won't honor the 2 year warranty. You purchased it brand new so it should be covered AS new full 2 year even if it was sitting. It is from date of purchase, not date they were sent to best buy...
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Quote from Blackhole4Ever View Post :
Didn't they were known for it... my son was testing out a few plasmas last year and the Samsung came out top... maybe because of that setting/feature.


How the heck did we miss that? I wonder if we'll see better pricing on this again... they're not quite selling out at this point.

Ok, I checked on this... I think it was priced closer to $400 before coupon at that time...

Good to know, but yeah one could assume they might just keep going down in price if they have a large quantity.

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I do not believe they won't honor the 2 year warranty. You purchased it brand new so it should be covered AS new full 2 year even if it was sitting. It is from date of purchase, not date they were sent to best buy...
Yeah I think that policy is a bit questionable as well. I first heard of it with Newegg on a lot of their electronics. But CowBoom seems like it should be different as it is a bestbuy brand (and so is insignia). Heck i was bummed when I found out I didn't get reward zone points for cowboom purchases. When you extend your logo and your brand, one would assume it was all encompassing. The points issue i can still understand... the warranty issue boggles my mind.
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Quote from marble440 View Post :
In for 1, been looking for a TV for the bedroom, doesn't have to be the latest technology just something at a good price. The two year warranty with an free extra year through my credit card was the clincher.

TECHB10 gives you 10% off, i had to empty my cart and keep inputting the code in several times as it would say invalid coupon code, on about the fourth try I got it to work.

$373.61 shipped out the door, not bad........
This tv or the Samsung pn51e490? This one looks to have better native resolution but no 3d like the Sammy..
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This tv or the Samsung pn51e490? This one looks to have better native resolution but no 3d like the Sammy..
don't believe you should expect 3d at ~$300 range lol
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don't believe you should expect 3d at ~$300 range lol
Ya but I'm talkin straight pic quality.. I could care less about the 3d it just so happened to come with the Samsung when I bought it lol
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Ya but I'm talkin straight pic quality.. I could care less about the 3d it just so happened to come with the Samsung when I bought it lol
if picture quality is really a concern I might advise going for something such as a higher end sony or samsung or lg lol.

these things to the general eye may seem alright but since I look at HDTVs almost every day as I am in the tech industry. You begin to not appreciate cheaper TVs, just a food for thought. Whenever someone buys these insignias, dynex, westinghouse tvs I always recommend to make sure you get some extended warranty on these things.
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if picture quality is really a concern I might advise going for something such as a higher end sony or samsung or lg lol.

these things to the general eye may seem alright but since I look at HDTVs almost every day as I am in the tech industry. You begin to not appreciate cheaper TVs, just a food for thought. Whenever someone buys these insignias, dynex, westinghouse tvs I always recommend to make sure you get some extended warranty on these things.
Ya I mean I figured u get what u pay for... I only paid $450 for this Sammy and that was a steal.. Just kinda concerned about it being only 720p instead of the full 1080.. Other than that I love the set! Think I should keep it or try and find a 1080? Don't have the money for a high end right now lol
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