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YMMV-Sony Bravia BX45 46" TV $349.99 at Target B&M

peak 148 August 16, 2012 at 08:33 AM in Tech & Electronics (5) More Target Deals
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Saw several Sony BX45 46" TV on clearance for $349.99 from $699.98 at my local target. I didn't get any because I'm not in the market for one. Took pictures of it, it looks like the DPCI are 008091045 from the crappy picture. Good lucks.

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This Sony KDL46BX450 46" LCD TV features 4 high-definition inputs, 1080p resolution and advanced digital noise reduction to ensure pristine image quality. A USB port lets you connect a digital camera, USB-enabled MP3 player or USB storage device.

WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • Sony 46" Class - LCD - 1080p - 60Hz - HDTV
  • Tabletop stand
  • Remote with 2 AA batteries
  • AC power cord
  • Owner's manual
  • PRODUCT FEATURES
  • 46" screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
  • For optimal viewing in large rooms.
  • 3-7/8" deep
  • Comes with a tabletop stand or can be mounted on a wall (with optional mounting kit, not included). VESA 300mm x 300mm compliant.
  • Advanced digital noise reduction
  • Enhances image clarity, contrast and depth for incredible picture quality.
  • 24p True Cinema technology
  • Maintains a movie's original 24 frames per second (fps) rate, so it looks more like it would in the movie theater.
  • 1080p display
  • Provides the highest quality progressive-scan picture possible from a high-definition source.
  • 12W sound system
  • With Dolby Digital technology for an immersive listening experience.
  • Inputs
  • Include 2 HDMI (1 rear, 1 side), 1 PC (rear), 1 composite/component shared (rear), 1 analog audio (rear) and 1 RF (rear).
  • Outputs
  • Include 1 audio (side) and 1 digital audio (rear).
  • 2 HDMI inputs
  • HDMI cable not included. High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a full HDTV experience with a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound.
  • PC video input
  • Lets you connect your computer to experience high-resolution images.
  • USB 2.0 port
  • For quick connection of a digital camera or other USB device.
  • Useful additional features
  • Include a sleep timer, channel labels, input labels and picture-in-picture
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Quote from DarthSaver View Post :
You can confirm the price, the existence of the set or both?
Both. Price is the same, at least one if not more in inventory. I snapped a picture but can't post it right now from work.
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People say that, yet my 37" Panasonic LCD TV is 1080p and 60 hz with an IPS panel screen and I have never seen any hint of ghosting or blurring when watching sports or anything else with fast action. Sony makes a great TV. I think the odds are in your favor here.
Quote from HenryWinkler187 View Post :
Seems available everywhere which makes me think it was a pricing error and it will not be on clearance here.
I know that at my local Target, the clearance price is still high.Maybe the OP's store has made the move down to 50% before many others. I can believe this is the case, as with the recent Westinghouse 39" TV clearance deal, the Levittown, NY store was down to $299 last week, while this week, the Farmingdale, NY store, less than 10 miles away, still had it for the full price of $399.
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Quote from PogiBoy View Post :
Me too, 120hz or higher has that soap opera look that i do not like. It kills the movie experience because it looks fake.
I run my set at 480 Hz and I used to notice that look too and it bothered me, but after you watch it for a while you get accustomed to it and it starts looking normal. 60 Hz seems slow to me now like the screen is dragging.
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Good thing these people don't want 60hz. This leaves us with more chances to score a set for the people that do want or don't mind 60hz.
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Both. Price is the same, at least one if not more in inventory. I snapped a picture but can't post it right now from work.

Thanks. repped for posting from work nod
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#22
My wife was in Target when I informed her of this deal. They had it in stock but not on sale. We're in San Antonio.
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#23
I have a 60hz Samsung 52in plasma that I watch a ton of sports on and play COD and it seems like perfect quality to me (and I have seen other 120 hz TVs), I don't know of hz has more of an effect with LCD though
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60Hz is bad for fast paced stuff like sports.
That's not really true at all. Sports will be running at the same 60 Hz from the cable or over the air provider. The refresh rate really has no impact on how the image will blur - 120 Hz and higher are there for dejuddering caused by the 3:2 pulldown that is processed based on 24 Hz/frame sources like movies on DVD and Blu-ray. With that said, I know a lot of people that don't ever use the 120 or 240 Hz settings because either they don't do anything significant (like on 60 Hz programming) or they add too much of the "camcorder" look to movies and other 24 Hz material.
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Quote from simplyblown View Post :
should've been pointed out in OP ... and it's crap.
God help us all; the idiocy is outstanding.

There is no hi-def source, anywhere, that does higher than 1080p60. It does not exist. Broadcast television can get, at best, 1080i60, and that is very, very rare.

The only time 120hz comes into play is when you're attempting to smooth out 24p playback, because 120/24 = 5, whereas 60/24 = 2.5. Even in this case, the benefits are subtle, and vary WILDLY depending on the manufacturer.

This is the same bullshit we got fed about 720p vs 1080p and plasma vs. lcd/led. Unless you have a specialized use case (computer monitor) ALL you should EVER care about is viewing distance and picture quality.
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#26
No go in the Raleigh area. Still at $699
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Quote from m00ky View Post :
I can confirm that there is at least one of these in my target (The Colony), also took a picture but am not in the market for a new television.
Of course! Now which one of the thirteen colonies are you referring to? Confused
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Quote from steamboater View Post :
Seems like a good price, do i need another tv?
+1......great price.
sony makes very nice sets.
this had an IPS pannel making it worth much more to me.
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#29
Nice price on a good tv.. Smilie
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#30
only 2 HDMI? For realz?
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