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Sansui SLED5515W 55" 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV $249.99 @ Walmart.com~Free Shipping Or Store Pick Up!

hocuspocusblade 333 341 June 30, 2016 at 06:57 PM in LED TVs (8) More Walmart Deals
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ive been waiting for a tv under 300 at 55". Thanks.
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ive been waiting for a tv under 300 at 55". Thanks.
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Sansui----------------anybody know much about this brand, quality/what-have-you--------------the name, I'd guess, has been purchased somewhere along the line---------------------back in the early '70s, Sansui made stereo equipment, which was not low end, more bordering on sorta upper middle class-----their receivers were, supposedly, good stuff-------of course, they made the whole enchilada--------- speakers, amps/pre-amps/tuners, tape recorders-----and, then, like so many others, they disappeared.
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The Walmart specs doesn't show the TV having a tuner. Anyone actually to check if it doesn't come with?
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The connections list shows a RF jack, so I'm sure it has a tuner.
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Great for the price
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Sansui was pretty popular and a known brand back in the 90's and even early 2000's, I actually own a 32 inch 1080P Sansui flat screen that I purchased almost 4 years ago, still works fine for gaming. Its not a samsung by any means - my 32 inch 720P Samsung is better - but then again - you have to consider prices when buying a t.v
I think you can get a better t.v for not much more higher.
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Thanks just placed an order. Curious to see how this thing works out (assuming the screen isn't damaged upon arrival)
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I purchased this from Wal-Mart the last time that it was available. Great deal for $300. It does have a TV tuner. Color needs some tweaking out of the box, but what set doesnt.
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I've had a 19" Sansui in my kitchen bought at a BF event probably about 7 years ago still going strong . . .
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Lowest price for a 55"
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eh this TV seems so crappy I would pass. There have been similar priced Vizio refurbs which will produce a much better experience. I got the 65" sanyo a few months back and while it was a great price the $280 50" Vizio refurb I picked up last year is so much better picture quality, sound, interface, and a smart TV.
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I still try to get name brand on TV's (since they are cheap anyways). IE Sony,Samsung etc

I like Vizio brand and it totally revolutionized and also demolished many companies out of TV business, but from my limited experience, the Sony Bravia we have has been going strong 7- 8+ years with almost 16 hrs a day on time.

On the other hand, i had to replace the Audio card on the Vizio(for around 100 dollars), after 4+ years.
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Sansui brand is good. My neighbor had one. Crisp pic quality N sound. Afaik, they had close to 3-4 yrs without any problems.
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