Home Video Asylum

TVs, VCRs, DVD players, Home Theater systems and more.

Well, I jumped & got one.

Had asked on another board. Someone PM'ed me a link & said it was only valid for another few hours.

Let's just say, with ebates cash back and the deal from the code on that link - I walked out the door with the 50" model for just shy of $300 (plus tax). Only issue was at the pickup window at Walmart - they had to enter the order number and the code I gave them about half a dozen times for it to show as "valid - ready for pickup" in their system & they still didn't believe it was the right price.

I'd note? 55" isn't 4K.

I'd also note? For $548, the 50" 4K unit is probably a really good deal. For the $300 I paid? I felt like I robbed the place! Screen test shows NO detectable dead pixels. Colors are incredible. Upsampling from DVD or standard def cable channels is awesome. Haven't tried bluray yet, but it should obviously be even better than DVD.

When someone just came in to my shop to send a less than 1 year old TV to Westinghouse, and the cheapest price I had to send the giant box (guessing 60+" TV) to Chino, CA was somewhere near $180? I'd DAMN glad my new set came with that 4 year in home service!!

Call me a very satisfied customer.

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