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65" Sanyo FW65D25T 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-27-2016 by Discombobulated at 04:37 AM View Original Post
Walmart.com has 65" Sanyo 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (FW65D25T) on sale for $499. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping surcharge cost, otherwise a $69.97 surcharge will be included. Thanks hocuspocusblade

Note, if the HDTV is available for pickup at your location, we would recommend going in and purchasing it for $449 (pricing online is slightly more than B&M) [Store Locator]

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080p
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Built-In Digital Tuner
  • Wall Mountable VESA 400x400mm
    • Inputs
      • 3x HDMI
      • 1x Component/Composite Video
      • 1x USB 2.0
      • 1x VGA

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Written by Discombobulated

Avaiability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location/region. Pricing may slighly differ from online/B&M retailer [Store Locator] - Discombobulated

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Edited April 26, 2016 at 10:45 PM by annie930ny
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sanyo-F...V/44465834

The link above shows a price of $499 at Walmart.com, the list price being a WHOPPING $898, hence a supposed saving of $399.

For the 'Brickseekers' amongst us use item # 44465834 to conduct a search and depending on which zip code you input it should be reduced to $449 or possibly lower.

The Sanyo FW65D25T 65" 1080p 120Hz Class LED HDTV features a brilliant 1080p Full HD picture for your viewing pleasure. Connect up to three HD devices via the provided HDMI ports.

Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the Sanyo 65" LED HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.

Sanyo FW65D25T 65" 1080p 120Hz Class LED HDTV:
o65" LCD panel
With a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution
oTrue 16:9 aspect ratio
View your movies as the director intended
oBuilt-in digital tuner
Watch digital broadcasts, including HDTV programs where available
oHDMI Inputs: 3
Enjoy a superior HD experience with HDMI, the one cable audio/video solution
o64.5" screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
oWall-mountable
VESA standard 400mm x 400mm
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So you're looking for an AV receiver?
sayno to the sanyo.
Sanyo name is licensed to Japanese powerhouse Funai. They have a sales and service presence in the USA.

Funai along with their licensed brands own a crapload of patents on LCD TV's. They can build and sell them cheap because they don't have to pay very many, or any royalties/fees, to anyone else.

They are the classic OEM contract manufacturer who doesn't understand marketing and they don't really need to. They have Costco, Walmart/Sams, Kmart/Sears and produce the majority of Black Friday specials for everyone else. 70% of the US populations lives within 15 minutes of one or many of their partners.

Samsung, LG, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp have all embraced Western ways and advertise to the masses. OEMs like Funai spend their money in court suing or being sued for hundreds of millions of $$$ on a daily basis, over patent infringements, contract disputes and he-said she-said nonsense. It's a vicious business.
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im in for a cancellation
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im in for a cancellation
Y do u. Think cancel?

Good price for 65 inch, but I can't fathom spending 1/2 a grand for something with the Sanyo name.
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Saw this tonight at Walmart. The display picture was okay, but I am looking for something with 4 or more hdmi ports and a USB port.
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sayno to the sanyo.
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sayno to the sanyo.
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Saw this tonight at Walmart. The display picture was okay, but I am looking for something with 4 or more hdmi ports and a USB port.
So you're looking for an AV receiver?
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Good price for 65 inch, but I can't fathom spending 1/2 a grand for something with the Sanyo name.
Sanyo name is licensed to Japanese powerhouse Funai. They have a sales and service presence in the USA.

Funai along with their licensed brands own a crapload of patents on LCD TV's. They can build and sell them cheap because they don't have to pay very many, or any royalties/fees, to anyone else.

They are the classic OEM contract manufacturer who doesn't understand marketing and they don't really need to. They have Costco, Walmart/Sams, Kmart/Sears and produce the majority of Black Friday specials for everyone else. 70% of the US populations lives within 15 minutes of one or many of their partners.

Samsung, LG, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp have all embraced Western ways and advertise to the masses. OEMs like Funai spend their money in court suing or being sued for hundreds of millions of $$$ on a daily basis, over patent infringements, contract disputes and he-said she-said nonsense. It's a vicious business.
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So you're looking for an AV receiver?
I had one before, but it failed on the audio side after 1 year. If I can find a TV with the ports built in that would be great. If not then I guess I should get another av receiver.
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Skip Sanyo brand... You will regret..
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Great price OP! I'm a little weary of the Sanyo brand but I can't find anything else this size that compares. I'm gonna pull the trigger and just return it if the picture quality is really bad. Also definitely going to pick up a Squaretrade warranty from Costco if that's still around
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Skip Sanyo brand... You will regret..

regret if i skip it or buy it and regret later?
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Quote from G37 View Post :
Sanyo name is licensed to Japanese powerhouse Funai. They have a sales and service presence in the USA.

Funai along with their licensed brands own a crapload of patents on LCD TV's. They can build and sell them cheap because they don't have to pay very many, or any royalties/fees, to anyone else.

They are the classic OEM contract manufacturer who doesn't understand marketing and they don't really need to. They have Costco, Walmart/Sams, Kmart/Sears and produce the majority of Black Friday specials for everyone else. 70% of the US populations lives within 15 minutes of one or many of their partners.

Samsung, LG, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp have all embraced Western ways and advertise to the masses. OEMs like Funai spend their money in court suing or being sued for hundreds of millions of $$$ on a daily basis, over patent infringements, contract disputes and he-said she-said nonsense. It's a vicious business.
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I didn't read the whole thing. But I can say NO. Sanyo sucks. That's why it's cheap. Not because of advertising. Speaking from 1st hand knowledge. But thanks
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80ms input lag for anyone that thought about using it for games.
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