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|08-28-2011 01:25 PM|
I'd love to get the PDF Nitro but I don't have anything to work for the upgrade rebate. Could anyone do the following and PM me? It'd be hugely appreciated.
b) Previous owners of pre-loaded (OEM) software product must enclose a copy of the previous product’s
Help/About screen containing licensing details for proof of ownership.
To obtain a copy of the Help/About screen, follow these instructions:
1. Go to the Help/About screen in your pre-loaded software.
2. Select the tab with your licensing information.
3. Press the Print Screen (Print Scn) key (located on your keyboard).
4. Open any word processing application.
5. Paste the image (go to the Edit Menu at the top navigation bar, scroll down and select Paste).
|08-26-2011 01:30 PM|
|08-26-2011 12:45 PM|
Quick question on the 3D aspect of this TV.
I know I'll have to buy a pair of active shutter glasses for $50 but will I also need the transmitter for another $20?
|08-26-2011 12:14 PM|
|08-26-2011 12:01 PM|
Was thinking of heading over to my nearby Fry's and checking out the Sony Bravia KDL46-EX720.
Anyone have any more thoughts on if it's a good deal on a quality LED TV?
Need to replace my Sony 55" DLP since it's actually my brother's and he's finally moving into a home where he can hook it up again...Going to miss this TV.
|08-26-2011 11:42 AM|
Yes, It is Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX720. I got one from Anaheim store.
Pretty much Fit all my requirements.
1. At least 46"
2. LED back light
3. At least120HZ
5. Name Brand.
6. Under $700 (before Tax)
Compare to other 46" TV. This TV looks extremely small. Almost like a 40" model.
|08-26-2011 11:33 AM|
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|08-26-2011 09:08 AM|
|Ralph...||It has to be the KDL46EX720 for $699. It's a 120HZ that Sony converts to motion 240.|
|08-26-2011 08:51 AM|
|08-26-2011 08:50 AM|
I did the Nitro PDF Pro rebate in the begining of the month. This appears to be a different rebate though. Anyone knows if I can do both without issues?
BTW - Nitro PDF includes free shipping now.
|08-26-2011 08:37 AM|
Overall it still varies on your budget and what features you want. I cared about Active shutter 3D and how well Sony incorporates their other products so I went with a 52" Sony 3D tv, with Sony sound system so everything connected together flawlessly.
LG has great bang for the buck. Nice features, decent TVs and decent prices. Personally I preferred the Sony for my main tv, and the LG's for extra tvs.
But a good bet is to know the model of TV you're looking for and scan for reviews from Amazon and other sites to see if there are any issues. Not all tv's are created equal even from the same company. So one Sony tv could be great, while another is crap. Just plan out what you want and research it.
|08-26-2011 07:43 AM|
|Rawimpact||How well built are sony led tvs? I know they're kind of out of the loop in terms of features that manufacturers like LG and samsung are throwing in. But how's their overall quality?|
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