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sp3cialbrownie 12-25-2012 10:29 AM

*Deal Is Back, Now With Free Shipping* 55" LG Cinema Screen 55LM4700 3D 1080p 120Hz Slim Edge Lit LED HDTV with Soundbar + 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses - $799 at Fry's FREE SHIPPING
 
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http://www.frys.com/product/7348474


Another option is to PM Best Buy with this TV: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/LG+-+...PAodKAsAaw

"Best Buy is dedicated to always offering the best value to our customers. We will match the price, at the time of purchase, on a Low Price Guarantee product if you find the same item at a lower price at a Designated Major Online Retailer or at a local retail competitor's store.
Here's how:
If you find a qualifying lower price online, call 1-888-BEST BUY and direct a customer service agent to the web site with the lower price, or when visiting a Best Buy store, one of our employees will assist you.
On qualifying products, Best Buy will then verify the current price to complete the price match."


LG Electronics 55LM4700 Includes

LG Electronics 55LM4700 55" LED Cinema 3D TV
Remote
2 x AAA Batteries
Optical Card
LG Sound Bar
3D Glasses (4 Pairs)
Wall Mount Bracket
LG Electronics 1 Year Parts and 90 Days Labor Limited Warranty

wikipost 12-25-2012 10:29 AM

This post can and should be edited by users like you :)
 
Frys deal is back on with Free Shipping!

orijin 12-25-2012 10:38 AM

only thing i dont like about this is LG advertises this as a 120hz panel but its actually a 60hz panel, 60hz and 3d = bad

Switching2Geico 12-25-2012 10:42 AM

Good deal. The black friday deal came with a bluray player for this price.

turnne 12-25-2012 10:42 AM

its a 60hz panel with a scanning backlight that "simulates" 120hz

I think you have to get to the 6700 to get a 120hz panel

they do the same thing with their 240hz TVs..7600 etc..its a 120hz panel with a scanning backlight to simulate 240hz

JYOSS 12-25-2012 10:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56374242)
its a 60hz panel with a scanning backlight that "simulates" 120hz

I think you have to get to the 6700 to get a 120hz panel

they do the same thing with their 240hz TVs..7600 etc..its a 120hz panel with a scanning backlight to simulate 240hz

The LM6700 is a TruMotion 120Hz, as well.

turnne 12-25-2012 10:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JYOSS (Post 56374346)
The LM6700 is a TruMotion 120Hz, as well.

yes...but I think the 6700 is a true 120hz panel...not simulated 120hz

LG doesn't disclose that in their descriptions

JYOSS 12-25-2012 10:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56374380)
yes...but I think the 6700 is a true 120hz panel...not simulated 120hz

LG doesn't disclose that in their descriptions

AFAIK, all of their "TruMotion" units are software enhanced, be they 60=>120 or 120=>240. I do hope you're right though since the 6700 is THE model that I'm looking to get.

BlasterMan 12-25-2012 10:59 AM

LG is paaive 3D so it doesn't matter as much how many hz the TV is as it shows both pictures simultaneously the entire time. This model is super low end and the price is pretty bad for this low end model.

turnne 12-25-2012 11:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JYOSS (Post 56374402)
AFAIK, all of their "TruMotion" units are software enhanced, be they 60=>120 or 120=>240. I do hope you're right though since the 6700 is THE model that I'm looking to get.

I think you are safe...their 7600 model has pretty good reviews as well

Its appears that this "simulated scanning backlight" technology allows them to manufacture their units more inexpensively

LG TV's on the higher end can be some very good values...especially if you are near a Fry's

Not the best from a videophile standpoint...but some great values

sp3cialbrownie 12-25-2012 11:59 AM

I edited the post to show the possibility of PM @ Best Buy, for those that dont have a Frys nearby.

turnne 12-25-2012 12:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sp3cialbrownie (Post 56375280)
I edited the post to show the possibility of PM @ Best Buy, for those that dont have a Frys nearby.


its doubtful that BB will price match something not in the same market

though I guess someone could have luck on their side

sp3cialbrownie 12-25-2012 12:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56375476)
its doubtful that BB will price match something not in the same market

though I guess someone could have luck on their side

What do you mean not in the same market? They have the exact same TV at Bestbuy.com?

turnne 12-25-2012 12:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sp3cialbrownie (Post 56375500)
What do you mean not in the same market? They have the exact same TV at Bestbuy.com?


in the same Geographic market

per their price match policy....they SHOULD NOT match this deal for an instore only deal at frys

The Frys deal is in store only and clearly states limited quantity available

sp3cialbrownie 12-25-2012 12:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56375560)
in the same Geographic market

per their price match policy....they SHOULD NOT match this deal for an instore only deal at frys

The Frys deal is in store only and clearly states limited quantity available

Ahhh gotcha, ya hopefully people can get lucky.

Tred009 12-25-2012 12:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BlasterMan (Post 56374470)
LG is paaive 3D so it doesn't matter as much how many hz the TV is as it shows both pictures simultaneously the entire time. This model is super low end and the price is pretty bad for this low end model.

I own this TV and would have to strongly disagree with you... I actually returned a Panasonic Plasma that cost me $350 MORE than this and I am MUCH happier. I also think the passive 3d is easier to sit through and looks AMAZING! I prefer it to the active shutter... I experienced TERRIBLE "Flickering" with the active shutter and found the glasses pretty uncomfortable really... also, i've noticed NO subpar quality in the picture of this TV and find it a SCREAMING deal... but that's just my 2 cents ( I've had the TV just over a month)

vizay 12-25-2012 12:41 PM

When I called them recently about iPhone price match, Bestbuy rep said they won't price match with Frys. :D

sp3cialbrownie 12-25-2012 12:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vizay (Post 56375864)
When I called them recently about iPhone price match, Bestbuy rep said they won't price match with Frys. :D

Really? Gotta love the fine print that isnt there :)

hellwithu 12-25-2012 12:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sp3cialbrownie (Post 56374054)
http://www.frys.com/product/7348474

The next best price I could find was $1,028 + Free Shipping at Adorama: http://www.adorama.com/LOT55LM470...urce=gbase

http://www.amazon.com/LG-55LM4700...s=55LM4700

sp3cialbrownie 12-25-2012 12:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yescooldude2012 (Post 56375994)

Good find! Will edit accordingly.

thewndrr 12-25-2012 01:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vizay (Post 56375864)
When I called them recently about iPhone price match, Bestbuy rep said they won't price match with Frys. :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by sp3cialbrownie (Post 56375980)
Really? Gotta love the fine print that isnt there :)

It seems very YMMV, I just got off live chat with BB and the agent said they "can absolutely match Frys", in those exacts words. However it can only be done over the phone.

pashuntz 12-25-2012 02:24 PM

I just got off the phone with Best Buy and even though I have a Fry's and a Best Buy in my area they would not price match.

poohbie 12-25-2012 04:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56374242)
its a 60hz panel with a scanning backlight that "simulates" 120hz

In this case, should we be turning on 24p mode in our BluRay players? 24p is supposed to only be used with 120Hz (evenly divisible), but I don't know about "fake" 120Hz.

Fry's had this deal during Black Friday for same price, except with LG 3D WiFi Blu-Ray player included as well.

Lindsford 12-25-2012 06:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56374242)
its a 60hz panel with a scanning backlight that "simulates" 120hz

I think you have to get to the 6700 to get a 120hz panel

they do the same thing with their 240hz TVs..7600 etc..its a 120hz panel with a scanning backlight to simulate 240hz

For as much "research" as you claim you do I always find you on TV forums giving misinformation.

http://hdguru.com/lg-55lm6700-hdt...ated/8281/

Short Version

"Next we retested motion resolution in all TruMotion modes. The 55LM6700 performed the same as with the prior firmware, with 320 lines of motion resolution, just like every other 60 Hz TVs tested. This confirms the 55LM6700 remains a 60 Hz refresh HDTV."

This TV(LM4700) also has a 60 Hz Panel, regardless it still has good picture quality, specially for the money. Can't say much for 3D performance as I've only seen it on display at our local Wal Mart running Brave

orijin 12-25-2012 06:07 PM

The lg lm6700 is a 60hz, lm7600 is a 120hz and the lm8600 is the only true 240hz panel lg has I believe, passive 3d does have its advantages but passive 3d you are watching the 3d movie in 540p not true 1080p

fdiggy 12-25-2012 06:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56374380)
yes...but I think the 6700 is a true 120hz panel...not simulated 120hz

LG doesn't disclose that in their descriptions

Thats because when selling something you can lie and its called advertising.
No such thing as a lie when selling something.
Thats why every movie released is the best comedy of the year or the best action movie of the summer.
If it was not OK to lie when selling something TV would be commercial free.
Things we buy would come in plain brown boxes.

turnne 12-25-2012 06:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lindsford (Post 56380016)
For as much "research" as you claim you do I always find you on TV forums giving misinformation.

http://hdguru.com/lg-55lm6700-hdt...ated/8281/

Short Version

"Next we retested motion resolution in all TruMotion modes. The 55LM6700 performed the same as with the prior firmware, with 320 lines of motion resolution, just like every other 60 Hz TVs tested. This confirms the 55LM6700 remains a 60 Hz refresh HDTV."

This TV(LM4700) also has a 60 Hz Panel, regardless it still has good picture quality, specially for the money. Can't say much for 3D performance as I've only seen it on display at our local Wal Mart running Brave

not sure why you say I "claim" to be be doing research

I simply read...clearly you have done the same

thanks for confirming that the 6700 is another 60hz panel...just like the information on the 6200 from the same source

Another strike for LG not being very forthcoming

In regard to "good picture quality"..its all relative on what your standard of "good" is

Clearly if a Samsung 8000 series or Sony 850 is your standard...then the LG would be sub par

That being said...for the price its probably a good TV

Just not from an absolute sense

turnne 12-25-2012 06:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by poohbie (Post 56378512)
In this case, should we be turning on 24p mode in our BluRay players? 24p is supposed to only be used with 120Hz (evenly divisible), but I don't know about "fake" 120Hz.

Fry's had this deal during Black Friday for same price, except with LG 3D WiFi Blu-Ray player included as well.

it depends

According to CNET all TV's that claim they have 24p capability dont really consistently do it

Generally speaking the higher end TV's( LG included) perform well in these CNET tests

Deal2go 12-25-2012 06:19 PM

don't like any LG brands

but I am looking for sony or samsung brand 55 inch with built in wifi.

turnne 12-25-2012 06:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fdiggy (Post 56380140)
Thats because when selling something you can lie and its called advertising.
No such thing as a lie when selling something.
Thats why every movie released is the best comedy of the year or the best action movie of the summer.
If it was not OK to lie when selling something TV would be commercial free.
Things we buy would come in plain brown boxes.

I understand your point

Another good reason to drill down when purchasing products

Hard to believe that Sony and Samsung dont capitalize on the fact that they seem to be the only ones with advanced motion technology in their TV's....not simulated

Grompy 12-25-2012 08:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pashuntz (Post 56377256)
I just got off the phone with Best Buy and even though I have a Fry's and a Best Buy in my area they would not price match.

I recieved this email DEC 10th:

Dear Reward Zone Member,

The presidential election is over, and no matter how you feel about the outcome, just about everyone is happy we've seen the last misleading TV commercial.

Some retailers, unfortunately, didn't get the memo—and they're pounding the airwaves with ads that make us feel like the political season never ended. Ugh. Well, at Best Buy®, we stand for something different. Here's our promise to you:
We are dedicated to having the best pricing on the products people care about most, like smartphones, tablets and televisions. And if for some reason we don't have the lowest price, we will match any price on our hardware products, whether that price comes from a traditional "brick and mortar" store or a major online retailer.

Best Buy stores feature the broadest selection of consumer electronics products in the United States.

At Best Buy, you can shop when and where you want: in our stores, online or over the phone. You can even buy online and pick up your purchase in our store the same day.

We have a sales force trained to deliver impartial, knowledgeable advice about all products, to make sure you get exactly what you need.

We will stay with these products for their lifetime with our Geek Squad® services and support.
This holiday season, we'll keep the competition honest if we have to, but we'd rather spend our time and energy doing what matters most: keeping you satisfied. That's the truth, and that's our promise to you.

Happy Holidays!


Sincerely,

Shawn Score
Senior Vice President of U.S. Retail, Best Buy

OhioState- 12-25-2012 09:01 PM

All TVs should be SmartTVs with at least wifi and Netflix and such built in these days.

chickdr 12-25-2012 09:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OhioState- (Post 56382746)
All TVs should be SmartTVs with at least wifi and Netflix and such built in these days.

Why is that? I don't need all the smart apps on all of my tv's. I am happy the 60" LG plasma I got last month for $789 didn't have those features as it would have cost a lot more if it did. If one wants to add functionality later, just buy a wifi BluRay player such as the Panasonic in the FP deal....

OhioState- 12-25-2012 09:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chickdr (Post 56382852)
Why is that? I don't need all the smart apps on all of my tv's. I am happy the 60" LG plasma I got last month for $789 didn't have those features as it would have cost a lot more if it did. If one wants to add functionality later, just buy a wifi BluRay player such as the Panasonic in the FP deal....

I bought my SmartTVs over a year ago with those features and they were all reasonably priced. I'm just saying that by now it should be cheap enough to add those features without significantly raising the cost of production. I personally hate having DVD players for extra features. If a DVD player with netflix and wifi can be sold for $30, a TV with those features shouldn't cost much more.

GoldenRat 12-25-2012 09:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56374380)
yes...but I think the 6700 is a true 120hz panel...not simulated 120hz

LG doesn't disclose that in their descriptions


That's pretty sneaky.

NewbieSD 12-26-2012 12:19 AM

So this deal is not a SmartTv deal?

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldenRat (Post 56383122)
That's pretty sneaky.


turnne 12-26-2012 05:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldenRat (Post 56383122)
That's pretty sneaky.


I have seen this TV on display at Frys

Its worth $799 and it should be widely available

if you are one of the lucky ones that can get the 60" Sony EX723 model for $799...that would be a no brainer choice over the LG....even if the Sony was a 55"

turnne 12-26-2012 05:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chickdr (Post 56382852)
Why is that? I don't need all the smart apps on all of my tv's. I am happy the 60" LG plasma I got last month for $789 didn't have those features as it would have cost a lot more if it did. If one wants to add functionality later, just buy a wifi BluRay player such as the Panasonic in the FP deal....

agreed

However you plasma has better picture quality....color accuracy, black level, and off an viewing than this TV

If I were going to buy an LG...it would likely be a plasma
Unless the full array 9600 series were being considered

Smart functionality and 3D..IMO..is not nearly as important as good 2D picture quality

which I would be watching 95% of the time anyway

rocket_ace 12-26-2012 05:44 AM

why oh why is frys so racists to people who don't live close to their glorious stores and can pick this up (or, indeed, have a cars large enough to do so even if they did). boohhh on Frys!! you only care about people with big honking SUV's that live close to your stores..... ;)

allypad 12-26-2012 05:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Atuljoshi (Post 56388176)
why oh why is frys so racists to people who don't live close to their glorious stores and can pick this up (or, indeed, have a cars large enough to do so even if they did). boohhh on Frys!! you only care about people with big honking SUV's that live close to your stores..... ;)

Fry's.....racist???? LMAO

turnne 12-26-2012 05:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Grompy (Post 56381964)
I recieved this email DEC 10th:

Dear Reward Zone Member,

The presidential election is over, and no matter how you feel about the outcome, just about everyone is happy we've seen the last misleading TV commercial.

Some retailers, unfortunately, didn't get the memo—and they're pounding the airwaves with ads that make us feel like the political season never ended. Ugh. Well, at Best Buy®, we stand for something different. Here's our promise to you:
We are dedicated to having the best pricing on the products people care about most, like smartphones, tablets and televisions. And if for some reason we don't have the lowest price, we will match any price on our hardware products, whether that price comes from a traditional "brick and mortar" store or a major online retailer.

Best Buy stores feature the broadest selection of consumer electronics products in the United States.

At Best Buy, you can shop when and where you want: in our stores, online or over the phone. You can even buy online and pick up your purchase in our store the same day.

We have a sales force trained to deliver impartial, knowledgeable advice about all products, to make sure you get exactly what you need.

We will stay with these products for their lifetime with our Geek Squad® services and support.
This holiday season, we'll keep the competition honest if we have to, but we'd rather spend our time and energy doing what matters most: keeping you satisfied. That's the truth, and that's our promise to you.

Happy Holidays!


Sincerely,

Shawn Score
Senior Vice President of U.S. Retail, Best Buy

I tried to get BB to price match Frys on two occasions...like 8-12 months ago

One situation was a Samsung 46D7000 LED for $1099 including a blue ray player and two pairs of glasses/qwerty remote
This was $600 less than BB's price

Unfortunately Frys ran out of stock. BB would not match even though I had a rain check in hand from Frys

The other time was a samsung 64D8000 plasma for $1299
This time BB was out of stock...but even still they questioned Fry's price
In both instances I had walked in Frys taken a picture of the price and showed it to BB

I ended up buying the plasma TV at Frys

In both instances BB told me .." if the Frys prices were true"...they would be losing $400-600 per TV sold

who knows

anyway....I find if there is a significant difference as there can be on these TV's..be prepared to cover 100% of the burden of proof of the deal to BB

Quote:

Originally Posted by Atuljoshi (Post 56388176)
why oh why is frys so racists to people who don't live close to their glorious stores and can pick this up (or, indeed, have a cars large enough to do so even if they did). boohhh on Frys!! you only care about people with big honking SUV's that live close to your stores..... ;)

seriously?

There are always two options
1. Take the TV out of the box to make it easier to carry
2. rent a truck for $20.00( for 45 mins) at Lowes/Home Depot

julianne89 12-26-2012 05:58 AM

omg this looks like an awesome deal i missed out on :( i see the one @ walmart but no soundbar included

rocket_ace 12-26-2012 06:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56388246)


seriously?

There are always two options
1. Take the TV out of the box to make it easier to carry
2. rent a truck for $20.00( for 45 mins) at Lowes/Home Depot

Dude - doesn't anyone understand humor? I'm in NY and have no Fry's close to me...so this joke was the closest I'd come.

kevman 12-26-2012 08:27 AM

Can someone tell me if the HDMI port is on the side or on the back? I want to mount with a flush wall mount, need to confirm. Also can the soundbar be hooked up to a AVR and used as a center channel ? I already have an Pioneer 1122k that I am using. Thanks!

EDIT: Got BB to PM to Walmart, I have $200 in reward zone credit that expires in a couple of weeks, making this set $600. I think this is a pretty good deal despite some of the complaints people have been posting in the other thread. Anyone care to comment?

turnne 12-26-2012 11:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Atuljoshi (Post 56388954)
Dude - doesn't anyone understand humor? I'm in NY and have no Fry's close to me...so this joke was the closest I'd come.


that was humor?

again I ask the question.....seriously?....:cool:

aloushi 12-26-2012 01:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by turnne (Post 56375476)
its doubtful that BB will price match something not in the same market

though I guess someone could have luck on their side


I am in Ohio and just price matched it at Best Buy with no problems. Pulled up the price on my phone and they said ok. No questions asked. :worship:

sp3cialbrownie 12-26-2012 01:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kevman (Post 56391060)
Can someone tell me if the HDMI port is on the side or on the back? I want to mount with a flush wall mount, need to confirm. Also can the soundbar be hooked up to a AVR and used as a center channel ? I already have an Pioneer 1122k that I am using. Thanks!

EDIT: Got BB to PM to Walmart, I have $200 in reward zone credit that expires in a couple of weeks, making this set $600. I think this is a pretty good deal despite some of the complaints people have been posting in the other thread. Anyone care to comment?

Awesome glad it worked for some!

turnne 12-26-2012 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by aloushi (Post 56398894)
I am in Ohio and just price matched it at Best Buy with no problems. Pulled up the price on my phone and they said ok. No questions asked. :worship:

outstanding

you might be able to offer a scan of your receipt for others here that may want to have it priced matched...when a Fry's is not in their local market

I think you got lucky...as the BB price match policy clear states "local competitors"

sp3cialbrownie 12-26-2012 02:34 PM

Deal is back on and now with free shipping!

Quote:

Originally Posted by julianne89 (Post 56388384)
omg this looks like an awesome deal i missed out on :( i see the one @ walmart but no soundbar included

The deal is back on and now with free shipping.

sp3cialbrownie 12-26-2012 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thewndrr (Post 56376176)
It seems very YMMV, I just got off live chat with BB and the agent said they "can absolutely match Frys", in those exacts words. However it can only be done over the phone.

Quote:

Originally Posted by pashuntz (Post 56377256)
I just got off the phone with Best Buy and even though I have a Fry's and a Best Buy in my area they would not price match.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Atuljoshi (Post 56388176)
why oh why is frys so racists to people who don't live close to their glorious stores and can pick this up (or, indeed, have a cars large enough to do so even if they did). boohhh on Frys!! you only care about people with big honking SUV's that live close to your stores..... ;)

The TV is now available with Free Shipping from Frys, if you are still interested.

pcmax 12-26-2012 03:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BlasterMan (Post 56374470)
LG is paaive 3D so it doesn't matter as much how many hz the TV is as it shows both pictures simultaneously the entire time. This model is super low end and the price is pretty bad for this low end model.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tred009 (Post 56375644)
I own this TV and would have to strongly disagree with you... I actually returned a Panasonic Plasma that cost me $350 MORE than this and I am MUCH happier. I also think the passive 3d is easier to sit through and looks AMAZING! I prefer it to the active shutter... I experienced TERRIBLE "Flickering" with the active shutter and found the glasses pretty uncomfortable really... also, i've noticed NO subpar quality in the picture of this TV and find it a SCREAMING deal... but that's just my 2 cents ( I've had the TV just over a month)

I agree I am pretty happy with the TV for the price especially with the free soundbar and 3D Blu-ray player. Blu-ray's look awesome on it and I've only watched Avatar in 3D so far and it looked nice to me. The colors are a little unnatural but I haven't done any tweaking yet.

durch01 12-26-2012 03:22 PM

Anyone else getting a system error after submitting order?

thewndrr 12-26-2012 03:23 PM

May try to get BB to price match when I get home from work. Hoping to get a nice agent.

sp3cialbrownie 12-26-2012 03:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thewndrr (Post 56401352)
May try to get BB to price match when I get home from work. Hoping to get a nice agent.

Would you rather just go through Best Buy than Frys?

thewndrr 12-26-2012 03:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sp3cialbrownie (Post 56401526)
Would you rather just go through Best Buy than Frys?


Mainly because of their credit card and the 18 month financing, won't take me that long to pay his off but at least I can split it in like 2-3 payments, Christmas has me cleaned out lol

luvgisele 12-26-2012 03:54 PM

There has been a system error. Please try again in a moment.

mrstak 12-26-2012 04:04 PM

anyone know what model the sound bar is?

AssassinDroid 12-26-2012 05:34 PM

BB Price Match
 
:woot:Yay:woot: just got it from BB, they Price matched with no question asked. Just to be on a safer side, I took a printout of the final checkout price at Frys.com

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrstak (Post 56402386)
anyone know what model the sound bar is?

Sound bar is NB2022A (40 watts)

MJ777 12-26-2012 05:52 PM

Just called BB and the sales rep told me that they do not match frys.com

Devedander 12-26-2012 06:52 PM

Wow drove 3 hours on BF to get this TV at this price... new I shoulda waited for a free shipping deal...

poohbie 12-26-2012 06:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AssassinDroid (Post 56404230)
Sound bar is NB2022A (40 watts)

Anyone know if the soundbar is only meant to be attached to TVs that come with this soundbar, or if it's a more universal mount for other LG LED TVs?

I'd like to mount the soundbar to a 2010 model 55" LG LED TV instead since this one will be hooked up to a home theater system.

poohbie 12-26-2012 06:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Devedander (Post 56405914)
Wow drove 3 hours on BF to get this TV at this price... new I shoulda waited for a free shipping deal...

It doesn't come with the free 3D Blu-ray player this time (or $52 discount on the TV if you returned it). So at least you got something extra out of the drive.

Do you set your BluRay to output 24p with this TV?

Devedander 12-26-2012 07:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by poohbie (Post 56406078)
It doesn't come with the free 3D Blu-ray player this time (or $52 discount on the TV if you returned it). So at least you got something extra out of the drive.

Do you set your BluRay to output 24p with this TV?

Well that makes me feel a little bit better although I didn't get back to return the BR player in time... wonder if they will give me a late return... I'm going to be in the neighborhood tomorrow so guess it can't hurt to try...

haup 12-26-2012 08:07 PM

how does one get free shipping if you have to pick it up

poohbie 12-26-2012 09:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Devedander (Post 56407348)
Well that makes me feel a little bit better although I didn't get back to return the BR player in time... wonder if they will give me a late return... I'm going to be in the neighborhood tomorrow so guess it can't hurt to try...

They may have holiday extended return period like many other retailers?

Puff601 12-26-2012 10:07 PM

deal is dead, i wasnt able to order in time smh

pcmax 12-27-2012 06:21 PM

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Originally Posted by poohbie (Post 56406078)
It doesn't come with the free 3D Blu-ray player this time (or $52 discount on the TV if you returned it). So at least you got something extra out of the drive.

Do you set your BluRay to output 24p with this TV?

Should we? Serious question I have this combo.

Devedander 12-28-2012 01:01 AM

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Originally Posted by poohbie (Post 56406078)
It doesn't come with the free 3D Blu-ray player this time (or $52 discount on the TV if you returned it). So at least you got something extra out of the drive.

Do you set your BluRay to output 24p with this TV?

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Originally Posted by pcmax (Post 56432144)
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Should we? Serious question I have this combo.

I don't use this BR player but my understanding is you should enable 24p with any player that supports it if your display supports it... that said I question whether this one does as it is a 60hz panel which can't support 24p properly however it's certainly worth trying...

I would find a good quality BR that is 24fps and watch it with and without 24p turned on... then go with what looks better.

You want to be watching a scene with a long pan (think side to side pan of a mountain range or something) in which you see judder at 60fps... if the judder is better and smoother at 24fps leave it on, if not, probably doesn't hurt either way.

BlasterMan 12-29-2012 01:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Tred009 (Post 56375644)
I own this TV and would have to strongly disagree with you... I actually returned a Panasonic Plasma that cost me $350 MORE than this and I am MUCH happier. I also think the passive 3d is easier to sit through and looks AMAZING! I prefer it to the active shutter... I experienced TERRIBLE "Flickering" with the active shutter and found the glasses pretty uncomfortable really... also, i've noticed NO subpar quality in the picture of this TV and find it a SCREAMING deal... but that's just my 2 cents ( I've had the TV just over a month)

You disagree with me in what regard, that it's passive so the number of hz doesn't matter or that it costs too much? The first is not something that's debatable. The second is my opinion because the higher end models cost almost the same.

Tred009 02-01-2013 02:15 PM

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Originally Posted by BlasterMan (Post 56472834)
You disagree with me in what regard, that it's passive so the number of hz doesn't matter or that it costs too much? The first is not something that's debatable. The second is my opinion because the higher end models cost almost the same.

I disagreed with you saying that it isn't a good deal and subpar quality... I haven't seen many 55" 1080p 3d LED's with soundbar's for anywhere near $800... let alone the "higher end models" you alluded to... I'd love for you to share those though as i'm always interesting in great TV deals. :D


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