Sony has a Sony KDL-32EX308 BRAVIA 32″ Internet-ready 720p LCD HDTV for $432 with free shipping as well. Great deal! You can look at lots of net enabled functions like Netflix, etc pretty easily and makes this a heck of an entertainment device.
Thanks for joining us and see you all later!
Dell Home – How about a well-reviewed Philips 42PFL5704DF7 42” 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $999.00 – $300 off coupon code we’ve nicely provided for you: “T4ZRK53VK?KFFZ” (this coupon expires 05/20/2010) = $699.00 with free shipping too? Amazing.
Walmart.com has a nicely spec’ed Haier HL22XSL2 22” 1080p LED LCD HDTV – Black for $229.00 with free shipping as well. It’s raining bargains at SS! Sometimes non-big brands can be pretty awesome deals.
Thanks for joining us, and see you tomorrow for more HDTV madness.
Newegg – Yes, the deals are really amazing these days at Newegg, witness this Sceptre 46″ X460BV-F120 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $650 (not a typo) with free shipping too. 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 1080p for 6 hundred+? Amazing, though a small caveat: Bear in mind QC is a bit hit and miss with these at times.
BestBuy has a very nice deal with a solid model: the Philips 42PFL5704DF7 42” 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $729.99 – and with free shipping. Deals galore, and this one is very cool indeed.
Thanks for reading, more deals and steals to come in the future.
Philips hasn’t always been associated with extreme specs as far as their HDTVs have gone up until now. They’re reasonably priced, middle of the road equipment for the most part, and perhaps this new line bound for the UK first will change that perception.
Philips unveiled their new 9704 LED Pro line of TVs bound for the UK, coming with an eye-popping 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, a 200Hz refresh rate, and a ultra-quick 1-ms response time. Drool-worthy to be certain, but the next feature will make them even more attractive.
Philips claims that both models — the 40″ 40PFL9704 and the 46″ 46PFL9704 are 40-50% more energy-sipping than previous models with lower specs, another fact we very much appreciate. Get a load of the 5 HDMI ports too.
Philips Pro models will be available in early December, with the 40″ model going for around £1,799 (around $2,969 USD) and its big brother, the 46″ model will run you some coin: £2,499 (about $4,124 USD).
Walmart is known for great prices, and this is a nice deal: The Philips 32PFL3504D/F7 32″ LCD HDTV for $398 + free In-Store Shipping. We love it, and you will too. Solid reviews so far.
BeachCamera.com has a very nice deal on the Panasonic Viera TCL37X1 37” 720p LCD HDTV for $749.95 – $230 Add to Cart discount given instantly with our link = $519.95 with free shipping as well. Hard to beat that for a very well regarded HDTV model.
Come back tomorrow for more amazing deals!
Walmart always has great deals, and this is a good example: The Philips 42PFL3704D/F7 1080P 42″ 60Hz LCD HDTV for $698 with free shipping too. Hard to beat that with the combo of the size and 1080p.
Newegg.com has a nice deal on a “non-name brand” model: the Auria 32” 16:9 8ms 720p LCD HDTV – Black for $409.99 with free shipping as well, which is quite a nice deal for the size. Good reviews so far.
Thanks for joining us today, and join us again tomorrow for more amazing deals!
Here are yet more great deals on HDTV units:
Target - Here’s a great price on a good size HD monster: The Philips 47in 1080P LCD HDTV – 47PFL3603D for only $950, $150 off is always nice.
NewEgg - Yet another nice deal on a 47″: the LG 47in 16:9 2.7ms 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV 47LH50 for only $1199 + free shipping. Tough to beat that, especially for how great a TV LG makes.
Come back soon for more price-shattering deals on HDTVs.
Got those Monday Blues? Fight them with our great HDTV deals from Wal-Mart:
Walmart.com – Low price, nice unit. Grab a RCA 32” 720p LCD HDTV for $378.00 + free In-Store Pickup too. Heck of a deal for a nice set.
Walmart.com – If the RCA doesn’t tickle you, how about a Philips 42” 1080P LCD HDTV With Digital Tuner for $798.00 + free Pickup as well. Nice size for any room, and especially for a 1080p from a major company.
Check these out and enjoy some great HDTV viewing without denting your wallet. See you tomorrow!
Yet another set of amazing HDTV deals for your perusal. Let’s get right to it:
6ave.com – How about a great deal on a monster TV: The Panasonic TCP54G10 54” Widescreen 1080p Plasma HDTV for $2199.00 – 5% off code we provide you “AFL5″ – $437.04 Discount = $1673.86 – and free shipping. Nice deal on a TV with great colors and reviews.
Target.com – The Philips 47PFL3603D 47” 1080P LCD HDTV is a fine unit that has been reviewed very well, and retailer Target has a very nice deal on it: $999.99 with free shipping as well. Now that’s a deal we can live with.
Stay tuned for more deals down the road. Have a great day/night!
Dell Home – How about a great deal on a Philips 19PFL3504DF7 19” 720p LCD for $279.00 – $100 Instant Discount for a limited time = $179.00 – with free shipping too. Dell has stepped up with some nice deals recently.
BuyDig.com – A whale of a discount here: the Panasonic TCP42G10 42” 1080p VIERA Plasma TV for $1299.95 – $304.95 Instant Discount = $995.00 – and free shipping as well. You don’t see a $300 discount every day!
Thanks for reading and we hope you find one of these deals to your liking.
In this special Friday edition of HDTV deals, we explore some more great offers for your enjoyment:
Dell Home – They’ve been here a lot lately, and for good reason. Good quality TVs at good prices. Take this deal: The Philips 52in 52PFL7403D 120Hz 2MS 1080p LCD HDTV with free shipping for only $1,499. With lightning fast response times and 120Hz tech, this one is a steal for the size and feature set. Expires 6/3/09.
NewEgg – Yet another great deal from a company that makes a lot of electronics: The Honeywell Altura MLX 42in 16:9 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV MT-HWJCT42B2AB for only $849.99 – $100 off via coupon code we provide for you: “TV5291″ (code expires on 6/1) = $750 shipped. Free shipping too? Yes!
Enjoy our latest deals, and we hope they brighten up your pre-weekend day.
Hello and welcome to the weekend edition of the HDTV Deals. Read on:
Walmart.com – It’s no shock, but Wal-Mart has some of the best deals on TVs anywhere. For example, how about a Sansui 26” Widescreen LCD HDTV W/ Built-In DVD Player for $412.00 (and you can pick it up In-Store for free). Now that’s a killer deal, indeed.
Dell Home – Great (if limited time window) deal here: The Philips 47PFL7403D 47” 1080p LCD HDTV for $1699.00 – $400 instant savings – $150 off coupon code we give you which is “79DZZXQL$?PPDZ” (this coupon expires 05/26/2009) = $1149.00. And the shipping is free too. Yep, that’s a nice deal for a fine TV. But it’s only good ’til Tuesday.
Happy shopping, HD lovers!
Dutch site Tweakers.net was lucky enough to get a review model of the new 21:9 Philips 56″ super widescreen wonder we covered previously, and it looks mighty good indeed.
Pics include the one we show here, plus some more juicy pics, including Transformers: The Movie showing with no letterbox bars at all. It’s a 2K resolution TV with a 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio that (according to the article) is supposed to be super impressive.
For now, no prices or US release has been announced, but after seeing this, we’re crossing our fingers we’ll see it on US soil before too long. Some doubt there would be a market for this TV here; we care to disagree. We’d grab it up, being big movie watchers we are.
Yes, the article is in Dutch; thank heavens for Google translator. Follow this link.
Here they are, out usual assortment of great HDTV deals on this sunny Sunday afternoon/evening/morning, whenever you’re reading this:
Dell Home – Great offer from Dell! The Philips 42PFL5704DF7 42” Widescreen 1080p LCD HDTV for a song. How about $999.00 + free 2nd Day Shipping with $99 coupon code “ZBC8LPSBMMRB28″ (Expires 04/30/2009) + $200 Instant Discount = $799.00 with free shipping. Very nice deal indeed.
AbesofMaine – Big time deal here: The Samsung 52” 1080p LCD TV Black + Free Wall Mount included for $1615.18 – $10 off $75 coupon code “FRIEND10″ (Expires 12/31/2009) = $1605.18 with free shipping too. 70,000:1 Contrast Ratio. Nice deal with something to put it in your wall with too, tough to beat.
Feel free to glance at our deals and have a great weekend.
The recession is hitting many people hard, and phrases like “staycation” are filtering into the public consciousness, people going more basic with their needs and wants. But even large companies are having to make sacrifices. Philips is a case in point with this report.
Philips is going completely 2D as of now. The past year or so, they’ve been showing off their 3D displays that don’t need glasses to work, but now the company has cut out their 3D Solutions division, which was scrapped due to financial reasons and to focus on their core TV business.
Probably not a bad call really, and it appears that 3D revolution banner will have to be carried by another company now.
Helping you save money on a great HDTV is our mission at Screen Sleuth, and once again we’ve scoured the internet for the best deals out there right now, and now we have a pretty nice deal to report.
Every once in awhile we feature special coupon codes that can add up to big savings, and this one from Dell Home is no exception.
They’re featuring the Philips 47PFL3603D 47” 1080P LCD HDTV for $1399.99, which isn’t bad, but then we have a $400 off coupon code: G08?43$LG3ZZF$ (Expires 03/26) and free shipping too. It’s one of the best deals around on a very cool HDTV.
No need for thanks; it’s our duty to supply our readers with the best deals around. Happy viewing!
A recent UK trade show revealed that the large HDTV wonder would be released “sometime this Spring”, but now more solid details about price and shipping date have been revealed. There’s some good and bad news associated with this, however…the price will be a tad more than originally suggested.
The 56-inch 21:9 (that’s theater width screen) widescreen HDTV panel will cost you a wallet-busting $5,000 USD. So this one is squarely in the “elite” category of entertainment items.
We previously posted about this TV and its awesome specs, so no doubt it will appeal to the high-end market right out of the gate and get its fair share of takers. We can’t wait to see it when it comes out and we’ll bring you the early reviews, of course.
In one of the stranger moves in recent HDTV history, (and if one spokesman who talked to ZDnet recently is accurate), Philips’ quite awesome experiment in 21:9 HDTV displays, the 56-inch Cinema 21:9 HDTV (article about the TV itself in the link) won’t ever be available in the US. And it’s a head scratcher as to why, the spokesman didn’t have an answer.
Why doesn’t Philips like the US for this device and why was this decision made? It missed much of CES 2009, it seems to have handed over its DVD and TV day-to-day decision making to Funai recently, and most of their top notch gear seems to only be planned to be available across the ocean. They seem to have developed a strange allergy to the American market in general of late.
It’s common sense that the Americans love their gadgets, and would snap this up if it landed on these shores. Who knows, they may change their mind. We hope Philips sees the light at one point.
Philips announced a 56-inch Cinema 21:9 LCD TV (the same aspect ratio used in movie theaters) on Thursday. and Philips’ Ambilight background lighting as well for the best, brightest picture. Oddly, it wasn’t announced at CES 2009 which recently concluded (the ideal place to announce a fancy gadget like this), but in a press release today.
The aspect ratio is designed to duplicate theater dimensions exactly, though there is no 21:9 direct content available, so it won’t be fully supported yet (the highest DVD ratio available is 16:9), so being first on the bandwagon isn’t always the best thing.
Philips hasn’t released any exact specs on the set (those are coming in late February), and pricing hasn’t been released yet (hint: it won’t be cheap). The unit will measure 56 inches and include Philips’ Ambilight background lighting technology to adjust to the lighting environment for best viewing. The actual unit should be released in Spring 2009 or so and be available to adorn your living room.
Here’s a really great deal from a place that usually offers really good deals, Wal-Mart. This holiday in particular seems to be a really impressive season for amazing HDTV deals from all manner of stores.
How about a Philips 42″ Full HD 1080p LCD HDTV for $797, with free Site to Store shipping. Specs include: 3 HDMI connections, 20-watt stereo amplifiers built-in, 29,000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, removable stand, and excellent overall reviews (4 1/2 star average) on the site.
This may be just the ticket for someone who wants to dive into HD but doesn’t have the money for the really super fancy models (some of which may look about the same as this one anyway). Great deal.
Expiration isn’t stated but its assumed when they run out of stock, that will be the end of this offer. You can purchase the TV here.