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User Info: AmazingDany

AmazingDany
4 years ago#31
tgoldberg posted...
$35 for a Samsung 30" 1080i set. It was at Salvation Army (they actually had quite a few HDTVs at the time, for some reason) and they were having a half-price sale, so I snagged it. Best TV I've ever had.


Salvation Army sell old flat screens?????

User Info: Frisco557

Frisco557
4 years ago#32
$300 for a 32" JVC 1080p LCD

Compared with my racing wheel that cost me about $600 plus shipping.
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User Info: Just_The_Tip

Just_The_Tip
4 years ago#33
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User Info: glyde69

glyde69
4 years ago#34
1.5k Sammy LED
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User Info: tgoldberg

tgoldberg
4 years ago#35
AmazingDany posted...
tgoldberg posted...
$35 for a Samsung 30" 1080i set. It was at Salvation Army (they actually had quite a few HDTVs at the time, for some reason) and they were having a half-price sale, so I snagged it. Best TV I've ever had.


Salvation Army sell old flat screens?????


Not usually, but that one time it seems like someone must have unloaded a bunch of them all at once. Needless to say, they went fast.
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User Info: Nytegard

Nytegard
4 years ago#36
About $5000, because I'm a tech snob. I went with the Pioneer Kuro. I dread when this TV dies, because outside of OLED, nothing comes close to the picture quality. And OLED is several times that in price, and still doesn't have large screens.

User Info: ironmaidenfan70

ironmaidenfan70
4 years ago#37
55in Samsung led smart 3d tv-1500
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User Info: SuperVegito2487

SuperVegito2487
4 years ago#38
Around what equels ro 60-80 dollars 26 inch phillips... supports 1080p according to friends ps3.

Had to upgrade... got it used last february and its my first hd tv.
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User Info: GraviosDestroyR

GraviosDestroyR
4 years ago#39
$100

24" Sony 3D 1080p 120hz
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Amazingspiderman1 4 years ago#40
jaymart_2k posted...
$800 - 40 inch Samsung (2008)

Sucks, now I see 40 inch HD TV's for $400 or under,


Same here. Samsung back in 2008 for 865. Bought my Samsung 46 inch in 2011 for 648.
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