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60" LG 60PA5500 1080p 600Hz Plasma HDTV EXPIRED

drankurn 103 February 14, 2013 at 06:47 AM in Tech & Electronics (5) More TigerDirect Deals
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Promoted 02-14-2013 at 12:26 PM View Original Post
Tiger Direct has 60" LG 60PA5500 1080p 600Hz Plasma HDTV for $799.99 - $100 rebate = $699.99 with free shipping. Thanks drankurn

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • 600Hz Max Sub Field Driving
  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 3,000,000:1
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x PC Audio
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x RF
    • 1x AV
    • 1x RGB
Price Research: Our research indicates that this 60" LG 60PA5500 1080p 600Hz Plasma HDTV is $100 lower (12.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $800. - brisar

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Ok so they are sold out online, but some of the retail stores have it. They charge shipping so it would be $853.09 before the rebate. Thats with shipping to Colorado ....What do you guys think? Anyway I can get free shipping from them? ***EDIT****the ones in the retail stores or reburbished...
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Well the LG is sold out....so now I need suggestions...Wait? Or just buy the Vizio, Im not very educated when it comes to tvs. Ive had my sony for 10 years, so any input will help. Or just guide me to a good deal and Ill buy.
I have a mix of higher end lcd's and plasmas in my home, and plasmas simply deliver the best performance, but the difference is subtle.

Anything nowadays would be a huge step up for you. If you have a wide living room, then a plasma would be my recommendation since viewing angles are important. If you have a narrow living room and viewing straight ahead, then an LED would be preferred.
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Quote from ajsoprano View Post :
Well the LG is sold out....so now I need suggestions...Wait? Or just buy the Vizio, Im not very educated when it comes to tvs. Ive had my sony for 10 years, so any input will help. Or just guide me to a good deal and Ill buy.
The new 2013 line is rolling out so there are a ton of TV sales all over. I'd keep an eye out tomorrow and Sunday as the advertisements roll out.

On a side note can anyone recommend a good heavy duty wall mount for this set. I'd like a tilt feature as well. I know I can get them anywhere but I don't want to buy a crap one.
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Quote from ajsoprano View Post :
Ok so they are sold out online, but some of the retail stores have it. They charge shipping so it would be $853.09 before the rebate. Thats with shipping to Colorado ....What do you guys think? Anyway I can get free shipping from them? ***EDIT****the ones in the retail stores or reburbished...
In stock again with free shipping.
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In stock again with free shipping.
Ok so I bought a lg-55LS4500 led for $707.00 delivered. It has not shipped yet, so I can still cancel. So now what? I am very inexperienced when it comes to tvs. I have had my 57 inch Sony bigscreen for 10 yearrs. I have read the pros and cons on LED vs Plasma and am still unsure. The 60 inch has way more inputs (which isnt super important to me, I have the Ps3 and Cable hooked up, and thats it). I am going to have to buy a new stand or mount either TV so the fact that the 60 weighs double what the 55 does is not a concern either I dont think. The room is average as far as lighting is concerned I guess, no real issues, maybe a little brighter later in the day, but nothing I cant control. So which is better choice? The 60 is larger obviousley and better picture from what I read. Help please.
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Holy crap I got mine delivered today, it's huge, ites beautiful. I never thought I'd be this blown away. This is hands down one of the best pictures I've Ever seen. My god I can't believe it's this nice. I can't find a single flaw. Blu ray is sick and ps 3 and Xbox are unreal.
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#97
Mine was delivered recently, along with my goody box from Monoprice. Still setting things up, but so far I'm excited. The only thing of note, is the back panel is not as it looks on the websites.
Compare what the TD website (and LG) show [imgur.com]
with what's in the manual [tinypic.com]

Not a huge deal, just affected my planning a bit.
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#98
i got mine the other day. kinda slow shipping and came with box banged up but TV was otherwise fine. having never owned a plasma, and having this hooked up to PC (which i use as my media center HTPC / HD cablecard unit, and to watch movies on the network, etc) i'm a little disappointed by built-in "ABL" (automatic brightness limiter) built into plasmas. if i'd known that this would happen, i think i wouldn't have gotten it. very annoying for the screen brightness to change depending on if i have a white website background, vs. a dark website background, etc. My 55" LED from 2 yrs ago doesnt suffer from this phenomenon. oh well, at least this one was cheap.
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