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Where Can I Get The Best Deals On TV Service In Henderson Nv?From TVs Forum:
Where can I get the best deals on TV service in Henderson NV? Should I get Dish Network, Direct TV or Cox Cable. I dint watch that much TV and dint want to spend too much.
Answer: Go with Dish Network! DISH is only $24.99/month and gives you 120+ channels and includes your locals. HBO-Showtime are free right now for 3 months to all new subscribers. I love it and it will save you a lot! Here are all the details and secure ordering link http://tiny.cc/dishtv I hope this helps!
What Is The Best Deal On TV Converters?From Tito & DVDs Forum:
What is the best deal on TV converters? How many channels do they bring in ?
Answer: For AT SC tuner to get antenna channels, probably the Insignia or Zenith, but those might not be available, since most companies that made them, did so only for the 2009 coupon program. What channels you can get depends first on what stations in your area have digital, and second on how good your antenna system can receive those stations. For cable, they supply you what converters they have in stock. cost is usually no additional cost. For those, those mostly get the extended Basic channels that were formerly analog.
What Time Of The Year Is Best For Sales On Things Like Electronics?From Other - Advertising & Marketing Forum:
What time of the year is best for sales on things like electronics? I think I'm gonna buy a new flat screen TV sometime this fall or winter. But I want to wait until I can get one on a good sale. So I was wandering does anyone know what time of the year stores put on the best sales. Would it be like around x-mass when everyone is spending their money on gifts? Or would it right around tax time when they are trying to draw people into spend their tax refunds.
Answer: I work for a company that sells electronics and our best deals on tv's are in the month before Christmas (watch black Friday specials.....usually crappy stuff that breaks a soon as the return policy expires)...Tax time is computers
Where Can I Find The Best Deals On Tvs?From TVs Forum:
where can I find the best deals on tvs? id like to get a TV with: 37", P, and under 400$. where can I get a TV like this?
Answer: If you want a decent TV, that price and size can not be done. You're going to need to up your budget (by like double) or go down a size and spec. If you see most consumer or guru HDTV guides out there, you'll see that they say you don't really need P until you break 40", and more so 50". So I would actually look towards a P set in where you'll be purchasing. I think that's going to allow you to get a far higher quality TV while still saying near to your budget. Honestly, under $400 I would look at 26" sets. I know that's sizable different to what you had asked, but I think to get a high end set, you need to go that small for that budget. Right now at Best Buy, 26" Sony KDL-26L5000 - $435 on sale ($500 reg) LG L'S - $400 on sale ($500 reg) Samsung LN - $460 reg (no sale on right now) 32" Panasonic TC-L32C12 - $500 reg (no sale on right now) Sony KDL-32L5000 - $500 on sale ($550 reg) Sharp LC-32SB27U - $500 reg (no sale on right now) You can shop around at Costco or Sam's Club and look for maybe a bit cheaper, but you're not going to get vastly cheaper than that. Best Buy has respectable pricing. And they do price match, so maybe try Amazon and see if you can get a Best Buy to price match. If you really need to stick hard to that budget, then maybe go with a brand like Viz. They are a solid budget brand. They do have some respectable sets out there. From Wal-Mart, Vizio HDTV - 32" - $428 Vizio HDTV - 37' - $538 Do not confuse this with Vi ore, that's a different brand. And stick with those models. Both of those were graded by Consumer Reports and came back okay.
Best On line Tech Deals?From Yahoo! Shopping Forum:
Best on line tech deals? There was a website I saw once, that crosschecked all the major stores (walmart, target etc) for the best deals on TVs cameras and games, but I cant remember what it is. I think I saw it linked off of cheapskate.com can anyone help?
Answer: I think this one may help you out http://www.rollingpricesback.com
Where To Find The Best Deal On Tv? Preferably 37-40 Inches?From TVs Forum:
Where to find the best deal on TV? Preferably 37-40 inches? I am looking to spend no more than $300. I prefer P. Target and Wilmar are a little expensive and I'd like to get a better deal. I'm a college student and get my financial aid soon, so I'll have the funds around the end of the month. I'm just trying to be careful with my money since it has to last me until Fall (I already have everything budgeted).
Answer: Hey there.. um I did some research, this website seemed to have good deals for TV's and it has a checkout right through Amazon. Anyways, he res the direct link to their HUD TV's http://theclownetwork.com/?page_id=143 Thanks, T
I Want A Big Flat screen TV,Which Is Best?Where Will I Find A Good Deal?From TVs Forum:
i want a big flat screen TV,which is best?where will I find a good deal? pals help me! I am looking for a flat Sarene TV,more than 50" which is preferable which is best,plasma or LCD or dlp? i'm looking for more than 50" at a good price, which is the beast brand?plsssssss help! when do u get a best deal on tv's & where? ' '
Answer: For the best set in terms of price and picture quality in the 50+ inch range your absolute best option is RPTV(Rear Projection TV) in on of two formats, CRT or DP. An LCD rear projection exists as well but it is not really a viable option as the price is high and the picture performance lacking quite noticeably. As to why this is your best bet, well, the answers are to be found in the numbers as well as the track record of this type of display. Today's RP TVs are at the very pinnacle of their performance, capable of delivering a truly stunning picture on such a large screen and the reasons for this are really simple. Compare the native resolution of your modern RP TV which is usually I to that of any Plasma or LCD set at P. These numbers are for the most part irrelevant in the sub-50inch range but at +50 they really start to show the 'Screen Door' effect with the lower numbers. I'll not go into the P as it's far out of the price range we're discussing. Yeah, we'd all like a Ferrari but it doesn't always work out that way! Back to price point discussion. At a base line of $1000-$1200 you can get a 42 inch screen in either LCD or Plasma on one of the 'Mid Level' sets. Compared to $999 for a 57 inch Hitachi that's a whole lot less viewing surface, and the 42's are still 720 vs the 57's 1080. On the longevity front we have to favor the RP TV as well, though this is where the DP variant starts to show it's Achilles heel. It comes down to bulbs, specifically the Arc Lamps used in all but CRT sets, the bulbs which provide the light so the picture becomes vi sable. Let's keep it simple shall we? The life expectancy of your bulb under normal viewing conditions - 18-24 months. The cost of replacing said bulb minus any labor charges - $200-$300. Talk about hidden charges, the back end on these displays is a real killer! Of course CRT types such as the Hitachi mentioned above have NO such bulbs and thus are virtually maintenance free over their 10+ year lifespan, not to mention that CRT is still the acknowledged 'King of the Hill' in terms of true picture representation, a view held by the experts in the field and not open to serious debate, well at least not in the sub $3000 range at least. Let's face it, 'Old School' as CRT may seem it has long since payed off the R+D expense and is as perfected as any technology in the last 50 years. That kind of track record is not to be equaled by ANY of the current contenders, especially when one considers that SEED, the next generation of High Tech, is due out in 2008. With the development of Plasma already being discontinued by most manufacturers the writings on the wall. We could go on all day so to be brief go with a CRT RP TV. It will give you years of trouble free service, all the while delivering a picture that is as good as you will ever want or need. Not only will you save money AND get a larger screen, you'll also buy the time necessary for the latest tech to shake the bugs out and become truly affordable as well. I hope this info is of some help in your decision making process. Good luck and have a very Happy New Year.
Who Has The Best Deal On .Tv Domain Names?From Other - Yahoo! Products Forum:
Who has the best deal on .tv domain names? I am looking for a .tv domain. I noticed that yahoo does not have these available. Anyone have any opinions of the best place to get .tv domains? Also, I already have a yahoo hosted website. Can't I point a .tv domain from another company to a sub domain of my site hosted by yahoo?
Answer: You can get .tv domains at http://www.dakotawebhosting.com I believe you can use your yahoo hosting if you like. Just because yahoo doesn't register those doesn't mean you can't host it.
Where Is The Best Deals On TV Sets?From TVs Forum:
where is the best deals on TV sets? In ohio/Cincinnati area?
Answer: I would guess you have a Costco nearby... check them out. Good prices and great return policy. If it breaks or you dint like it just take it back!!!
Best Deal On TV With DVD Players?From TVs Forum:
best deal on TV with DVD players?
Answer: Don't get one. With DVD players down to $39, there's no reason to. If the player fails, it often takes the TV with it. Then you have to get the TV repaired. There are many posts here in answers from people who have no TV because their DVD failed. Running out and buying a DVD player to hook yup to the TV isn't an option. You have to get it repaired-and it will cost a lot more than a new DVD player.
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