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|12-29-2011 01:04 PM|
|defbrizzo||I got my system completely set up with a new Tripp-Lite isobar, 55" Samsung 3D plasma, New Dish Vip 722 DVR, and Blue-ray player. WOW is all I can say! My system came with all wiring, batteries and everything looks brand new. I am impressed. I replaced a 56" Oldschool HD projection screen and a Bose Lifestyle 24 with this setup. Major improvement would be an understatement.|
|12-26-2011 03:52 PM|
OMG I just got my order in. That was like a month for it to all come together. Of course its not done till it is in my hands I guess.
There is a new thread with a new code.
They jacked the prices slightly higher and increased the discount higher as well. It nets out to a 6300 being $289.25 after 10 Onkyo points. Thats only $10 more than the prior deal of $279.
Anyhew, its essentially back on. Code AXMS for 25% off will automatically be there if you proceed toward the checkout.
|12-25-2011 09:41 PM|
It is possible that they may have it back on around New Year if they have too many refurb 6300s to unload. This is just a hunch. I do not have specific info on this topic.
|12-22-2011 01:43 PM|
|screwu2man||I think you will be waiting a long time.|
|12-22-2011 12:36 PM|
|picking14u||so is this a normal deal, should i wait for it to go on special again?|
|12-22-2011 06:48 AM|
|eMtnMan||You can tell the smart ones... Our FedEx guy kept the box at the back door of his truck. He rolled up, backed up to our porch and tipped the box directly on to our porch. Before our teenagers hit the door, he was gone...|
|12-22-2011 06:33 AM|
|12-21-2011 11:39 PM|
|eMtnMan||Bummer! Updated Wiki...|
|12-21-2011 10:09 PM|
promo code TKSG doesn't work
$339 after $10 onkyo points. Dammit I want a $279 hts6300. This Onkyo site continues to mock me.
|12-21-2011 07:42 PM|
BACK UP: 12/21/2011
|12-21-2011 09:23 AM|
I own two WDHD Live's, a Seagate GoFlex movie players, and a windows media server. In addition to the native apps, I've also used wdlxtv, xbmc and boxee. The version of Plex supported by the LG is the best implementation of a movie player I've seen so far. It's all we ever use now, even though we can still use any/all of the above.
The realities of the marketplace are that the latest technology impacting picture quality and power consumption are released first on their best 3D TV's, which often have SmartTV implementations as well. If they are useful, why not use them? For me, cheap isn't always slick, especially where technology is concerned. Great deals on quality products are where it's at.
My TV has been rock solid so far, but any/all the above may crash, it's the nature of the beast. WD bricked one of my players doing a regular update... So it goes!
|12-21-2011 06:18 AM|
|defbrizzo||My FedEx guy has a comp claim now. I think he really hurt himself carrying my Onkyo up the hill here. He could barely walk back down!|
|12-20-2011 01:41 PM|
Like the "soup Nazi" from Seinfeld says: NO ARC for you!!!!!!
p.s. if you set your SD alerts on HDTV you would be buying new TVs every 6 months. If not you may not be a slick dealer. Just kidding.
|12-20-2011 10:50 AM|
|12-20-2011 10:46 AM|
I'm only arguing my point because I think it is more logical.
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