The hottest deals voted on by our community.
Selected and verified by our team of deal editors.
These deals are currently popular in the
community based on votes and comments.
Low prices and coupons for
The deals and coupons you see on Slickdeals are
contributed by our community. It's what makes
us different. Do you have a great deal to share
with the Slickdeals community?
See what's coming up on
Track a product from one of our supported stores
and get notified when there is a price drop. You also
have access to graphs of recent price history.
Slickdeals is the leading and most trusted online
community dedicated to sharing, rating,
and reviewing deals and coupons.
See the latest posts, threads, and ratings
as they happen with Slickdeals Live.
If you don't have Amazon Prime you can use
our Amazon Fillers tool to make sure your
cart qualifies for free shipping.
Find us, friend us, and connect with us across the web.
You last visited: Today at 06:41 PM
|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-16-2012 08:13 AM|
I will venture on a BF purchase for something that saves me $300-$500. I can see people doing to save $200. for $50? no.
|11-16-2012 08:09 AM|
I have over-the-air which is better quality than top quality cable or satellite.
May as well as why people are paying $600 for cable when they can pay nothing for BETTER HD.
So please take your tread capping and trolling and leave. Almost no one is buying this as their primary TV. Bedroom, workout room, kids room etc.
|11-02-2012 06:14 PM|
|11-02-2012 12:32 PM|
I doubt many of the name brands are really going to dip under $200 for a 32".
$250-$270 range will be more like what a well known brand name LED TV would sell for. I am being realistic.
It's just an idea going into the 2012 BF Mania.
|11-02-2012 05:17 AM|
Because of both LCD and Plasma reliability ratings for panny, I usually recommend them for people looking at quality plasma. Its either them lg or sammy, they are the only 3 left manufacturing. To help you with everything panny thats out there, TCP marks off plasma, then your size, then model u,s,g, and v, the t marks off 3d. So Examples.
TCP50gt50 is my tv, its a 50 inch g series, its 3d and its the g50 series (which is farily recent).
TCP65s30 is a 65 inch s series tv that is not 3d
the best tv you can buy for cable in my opinion is a tcp65vt50 (although the g series is a better price point)
S series has really been catching up to the g series too, which is why i recommend a tcp50st50 or if there is a newer line going. I know theres a 25 series, then 30 now 50 and probably a 51 series. So maybe a tcp65vt51 exists out there.
|11-01-2012 11:37 PM|
|11-01-2012 09:39 PM|
|11-01-2012 09:24 PM|
|11-01-2012 06:44 PM|
|robwadeson||lol I don't know what other people are saying so negatively about this sub $200 tv. I have the led version and I must say the color is very much like my other samsung. Sometimes you pay less for what you actually get|
|11-01-2012 06:35 PM|
Before I got this "39 TCL I was using a 27" planar. It's not bad but I wanted something a bit bigger for gaming. That being said, I also want what I'm using to double as a work monitor for word processing. The text isn't crisp enough with the 39" TCL and also wasn't crisp enough when I tried a scepter 32" 1080p LCD.
I think my next try will be a 32" 1080p LED LCD made by a better brand like Samsung.
|11-01-2012 01:06 PM|
Acer is ok
|11-01-2012 01:00 PM|
Thanks for the info. I would probably venture around $300 since the TCL 39" was around $350. That being said, it seems like it's more expensive to get a 32" instead of a 40". Maybe 40" are more popular so they're less expensive?
|11-01-2012 12:45 PM|
|11-01-2012 12:35 PM|
What did you want to spend? You're gonna be looking $300 if you want quality fit for monitor (if you didn't like sceptre), or higher. Also if you are gaming, getting these tvs as apposed to 27" monitors its possibly they wont be as good for gaming. Also a nice 1080p 32" will not have a dramatic drop down from a 42" 1080p. Most 32" tvs are 720p for cable. To go 32" for a monitor I wont say its too big (for your needs) but its too big (to get a good price/in for 1080p+).
|11-01-2012 12:31 PM|
|This thread has more than 15 replies. Click here to review the whole thread.|