[HDTV/PLASMA] Panasonic 50"


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bangbang023

I'm sure you'll be happy with it. Like I said, if you want, give me time to play around with the set tomorrow and see what I can coax out of it.

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Kraftman

The deals will end, which is the problem. [with waiting for you to play around with it]

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bangbang023

Then all I can suggest is buy it and see if you like it. Mean if you have less than 30 hours, you really have no choice.

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CoLdFuSi0n

if you goto futureshop or bestbuy to buy the tv deal with them. i got over $700 knocked off the price tag just but walking into FS and saying that bestbuy will give me this amount can you beat that and well they did and i didn't even goto best buy ;)

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bangbang023
if you goto futureshop or bestbuy to buy the tv deal with them. i got over $700 knocked off the price tag just but walking into FS and saying that bestbuy will give me this amount can you beat that and well they did and i didn't even goto best buy ;)

See, most stores will verify the price. I know in my store we require you to bring in proof of the price.

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CoLdFuSi0n

I never had to provide proof at all just hear say :D

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Kraftman

Little bit late, but did you ever have time to play around with it?

The TH50PX60 is on for $2700 at BestBuy, then $100 is knocked off if I bring in an old CRT (13" noname FTW!)

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bangbang023
Little bit late, but did you ever have time to play around with it?

The TH50PX60 is on for $2700 at BestBuy, then $100 is knocked off if I bring in an old CRT (13" noname FTW!)

I did have some time and it still lacks the color richness of other sets if you ask me. I know people on the internet rave about the sets and Consumer Reports is ready to give Panasonic favors, but I find nothign appealing about the line what so ever.

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Kraftman

When it lacks color richness, does that mean to the highly trained TV eye (like yours) or to the average person (like me).

Is it still a good TV, just not amazing? Like the Dell of TVs?

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bangbang023

It's pretty obvious the color differential. At work, we have it surrounds by an LG, Samsung, and Pioneer. All 3 sets clearly show a better picture and no matter what settings I try to adjust on the Panny, I can't get it even close.

Why not go down and look for yourself? Maybe someone else had better luck than I did.

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