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blainekyle wrote:I bought a 42" Westinghouse in 2008 for $900 and I was proud of finding such a bargain. Heck, I remember paying $400 for a new 27" SDTV in the '90s. Them tubes were expensive. You kids today don't know how good you've got it.
Circa 1993, I bought a 20" Trinitron CRT for $1000. Yep. (Same purchase, I paid $500 for 24MB of RAM.)
woot's a hoot.
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mevande wrote:You need to buy the Square Trade Warranty for peace of mind which is 50 bucks (rounding up a penny) and then 5 dollars shipping which equals 355. I new one from Walmart with sales tax (In Indiana its 7%) brings it to 415.16 You save yourself 60 bucks If I bought it from Walmart, I would buy extended warranty for 2 years for 35 bucks. Wow. Square Trade has really jacked up their prices.
Find a coupon code, they're out there. 20 to 30% off.
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Sanyo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Panasonic, and shares factories with Panasonic for their TVs. So think of Sanyo TVs as the Panasonic budget line. Probably uses specs and components previously in older Viera TVs.
Interesting fact: Sanyo's founder is Panasonic (Matsushita as it was previously known) founder's brother in law and started the company out in a Panasonic factory.
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lazyzombie wrote:I don't always buy TV's on the internet, but when i do, i prefer Woot!
Stay thirsty my friend!
I like to cook with wine. In fact, I drank a bottle last night while cooking dinner!