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51" Samsung PN51F4500 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV EXPIRED

sukr4deelz 12,279 July 20, 2014 at 12:36 AM in Plasma TVs (10) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 07-21-2014 at 11:05 AM View Original Post
Sears has 51" Samsung PN51F4500 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV for $379.99 with free store pickup. Thanks sukr4deelz

Best Buy also has 51" Samsung PN51F4500 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV for $379.99. Shipping is free.
  • Resolution: 1024x768
  • Refresh Rate: 600Hz
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite (Shared with Component)
    • 1x USB

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Edited July 21, 2014 at 11:53 AM by sukr4deelz
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Samsung 51" 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV (PN51F4500AFXZA) [sears.com] $379.99 + Free Store Pickup
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Last Edited by g725s July 30, 2014 at 12:47 AM
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This television can play multiple video formats through the USB port - a useful feature for those with movies on thumb drives. It does not support hard drives though. Here is a link to the owner's manual.

http://downloadcenter.samsung.com...5-0215.pdf

Regarding the USB port: It will support HDD's with external power supplies as the The USB port can only provide 5v, most portable hdds need more than that. So you can use a HDD as long as it has external power or draws less than 5v 0.5a.

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#4
wow, they are really clearing these things out now. I had this TV and the 720p is fine, but I had to return it because my living room is too bright for it; terrible glare and not bright enough. Great TV for a dark room though.
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#5
If it wasn't 720p or a Plasma TV (just preference) I would. I feel TV deals will be dirt cheap ($300 for a 42in) soon enough at the rate these are dropping.
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#6
these are dirt cheap. mixed reviews though.
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#7
448 reviews with 400 of them in the 4 or 5 star category seems to be a solid set. Don't need but quite the deal for a 51".
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#8
thanks for the heads up...I have the previous year's version "E" series and it is great. Went ahead and got this one to upgrade my set in the basement.
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thanks
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Quote from sukr4deelz View Post :
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Samsung 51" 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV (PN51F4500BFXZA [bhphotovideo.com] $377.99

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51" Samsung PN51F4500BFXZA 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV [bestbuy.com] $379.99 + Free Shipping, Free Store Pickup or In Store

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Samsung 51" 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV (PN51F4500AFXZA) [sears.com] $379.99 + Free Store Pickup
Ew, its a plasma. Also iirc, Samsung just discontinued their plasma line.
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Quote from theazman View Post :
Ew, its a plasma. Also iirc, Samsung just discontinued their plasma line.
The true TV nerds, guys who go to forums to discuss the best calibration settings, all love their plasmas. They offer the best pictures. As long as your willing to put up with some of the quirks, and are able to control lighting plasmas are always reccomended over LED.

I got a panasonic plasma set before they discontinued them, its actually appreciated in value since I bought it.
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Ew, its a plasma. Also iirc, Samsung just discontinued their plasma line.

Newb.
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#13
this is cheap. i sold this set for 300 used to get an lg 60pb6600, then again i got it on what was a great sale last year for 399

it's not bad for the price but you really notice the larger pixels watching high def or playing ps3/ps4

personally i would save and spend a couple hundred more on something like that 50" lg 1080p set we had the other day for 599 on amazon. the extra 200 is really worth it
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Ew, its a plasma. Also iirc, Samsung just discontinued their plasma line.
Quote from SB1 View Post :
Newb.
Many ignorant people assume that just b/c a competing technology wins out over another, that it is inherently superior. In the case of plasma vs. led/lcd, nothing can be farther from the truth.

I vividly recall some dumb cluck on the line at BB on Black Friday that went into hysterics when she heard I was planning on buying a plasma. She was on the verge of getting violent over the choice of a perfect stranger! shake head Back then, too, the LEDs on display all looked like a "hot mess" against the florescent lighting overhead with their "showroom" settings. If I had not already seen a calibrated Panasonic plasma perform under the right viewing conditions (R.I.P. J&R), who knows, I might have been stupid enough to buy into all of the marketing efforts that went into pushing/selling LCD/LED sets myself.

That said, it is 'something to see' when a technological platform reaches the height of its maturity (if such a thing can be said to ever happen). LED/LCD sets have come a long way over the years, so much so that plasmas were made "obsolete". More so, by the bean counters, than by the technology itself IMHO, sourcing o/c from what I've read.
Quote from Sydelle View Post :
The true TV nerds, guys who go to forums to discuss the best calibration settings, all love their plasmas. They offer the best pictures. As long as your willing to put up with some of the quirks, and are able to control lighting plasmas are always reccomended over LED.

I got a panasonic plasma set before they discontinued them, its actually appreciated in value since I bought it.
Good to know that if I ever decide to sell my Panny [amazon.com], that I could possibly fetch more than I paid. Smilie
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51'' for 720P? That the reason why they selling it @ low price, might lower in couple weeks later. I thought 51'' TV should be at least 1080P.
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