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October 28, 2007

Sears Black Friday Deals: 32" LCD Breaks $600, Unknown Toshiba Model HD DVD Player For $169.99! Is It The HD-A2?


The Sears Black Friday deals are out. Here they are:

Hitachi 42" 720p Plasma HDTV - $599.99
Olevia 52" LCD HDTV - $1,299.99
Sharp 42" LCD HDTV - $799.99
Sharp 46" LCD HDTV - $899.99
Panasonic 56" LCD TV - $1199.99
Panasonic DVD Camcorder With 32X Optical - $199.99
Panasonic Hybrid Camcorder - $449.99
Samsung DVD Camcorder - $199.99
Sandisk 1GB SD Card - $9.99
Select DVDs - $4.99
Sharp 19" LCD TV With DVD Player - $299.99
Sharp Aquos 46" LCD HDTV - $999.99
Singing Machine Deluxe Portable Karaoke System - $49.99
Singing Machine Monitor/Music Video Camera - $79.99
Sony 40" W-Series 1080p LCD HDTV With 3 HDMI Inputs - $1999.99
Sony 800 Watt Home Theater System - $149.99
Sony 8" Portable DVD Player - $179.99
Sony Camcorder - $999.99
Sony Cyber-Shot 5.8 Megapixel Digital Camera - $89.99
Sony DVD Direct MC5 Multi-Function DVD Recorder - $199.99
Sony DVD Handycam Camcorder - $349.99
Sony Fox Or Paramount DVDs - $8.99
Sony Superlight In The Ear Headphones - 50% Off
Sony Wireless Headphones - $29.99
Sylvania 42" Full 1080p LCD HDTV - $899.99
Three Pack Value Games - $8.99
Toshiba HD DVD Player - $169.99
Venturer 19" LCD TV - $199.99
Visio 32" LCD HDTV - $598.00
Zenith Dual DVD VCR Player 57807 - $39.99

Notice the 32" LCD's look to be under $600 this black Friday and I'm curious if the Toshiba HD DVD player for $169.99 is the HD-A2 that has just broken the $200 barrier at Circuit City and Walmart.

Update: It looks like the unknown Toshiba HD DVD model is actually the higher-end HD-A3 for $169.99. Great deal!

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Steals And Deals: Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD Player For $197.99 At Circuit City


News that Walmart was set to sell an HD DVD player for under $200 was great, but now Circuit City has jumped on the bandwagon and is featuring the Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD player for only $197.99! It gets better though. With your purchase you get 5 free HD DVD's! With this kind of price competition going on, sock some money away for Black Friday because it's beginning to look like there'll be some downright unbelievable deals!

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October 27, 2007

Steals And Deals: Xbox Pro Bundle Featuring 2 Games For $350


In case you're looking to buy an Xbox 360 for Christmas, you may like to know that an Xbox Pro Bundle is appearing for $350 including 2 games: Forza 2 and Marvel Ultimate Alliance. So far the deal has been spotted in one Best Buy and numerous GameStops around the US. With the Xbox 360 still often priced at $350 as a stand-alone product, you may want to wait until this deal shows up at an electronics retailer near you.

Via Gizmodo

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October 26, 2007

Steals And Deals: Save $455 On A TiVo Series 3 HD DVR


Save a huge $455 on the TiVo TCD648250B Series3 HD Digital Media Recorder today. Regularly priced at $800, this TiVo is now $544.99 and comes with a $200 mail-in rebate bringing the price down to only $344.99. Wow! That's not all though. If you purchase this TiVo today, shipping to your home is free. This is the world's first THX-certified DVR, has a recording capacity of 300 hours or 25-35 hours of high-def, and allows you to record two digital channels at once, even while watching a pre-recorded show! Works good, looks good...get up with the times and get one today!

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October 25, 2007

Steals And Deals: Samsung FPT5084 50" 1080p Plasma HDTV


Save a whopping $800 today on the Samsung FPT5084 50" 1080p Plasma HDTV paying only $2199.99 as compared to the usual $3000 price tag! The FPT5084 features full 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a 15000:1 dynamic contrast ration, and 18-bit color processing resulting in deep blacks, white whites, and impressive color and sharpness. Enjoy a wide-viewing angle that'll give you a crisp picture no matter where you are in the room and how bright your environment is while at the same time being blown away by theater-quality sound from the FPT5084's SRS TruSurround XT system and 10-watt per channel audio amplifier. Also featuring a game mode and 3 HDMI connections, the FPT5084 is your best buy for all your hi-def video and gaming needs!

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October 24, 2007

Steals And Deals: Samsung LNT4065F 40" 1080p LCD TV


Today you'll save $610 or 31% on this LCD paying only $1389 compared to the usual $2000 price tag. The Samsung LNT features full 1080p resolution, 15000:1 contrast ration, and 5 different input slots including 3 HDMI. It also features an 8 ms response time for a smooth picture and built-in speakers. So if you're looking for a mid-size LCD that displays rich blacks, beautiful textures, and smooth motion even during the fastest scenes, the Samsung LNT4065F is for you!

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October 23, 2007

Black Friday Update


According to Colin McGranahan, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, the best HDTV deals this coming Black Friday will probably be in larger plasma sets. He has forecasted that plasma prices will be about 25% lower than a year ago, while LCD's will be about 15-19% lower. That means it will be likely you'll be able to find a plasma set in the 42" range for less than $600! There are expected to be possible supply shortages for brands such as Vizio and Olevea as people are flocking to their lower prices already. This will be seen especially in the 20-32" range. On the other hand, top manufacturers such as Sony and Samsung have been losing market share to their lower priced competitors this year and with excess supply, maybe we'll see some hot deals.

Via New York Times

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Steals And Deals: Sharp Aquos LC32D62U 32" 1080p LCD HDTV


Save $400 today
on this 32", 1080p resolution LCD TV. Regularly priced at $1400, today you pay only $999 and that includes free shipping. The Sharp Aquos features 10000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a blazing 6 ms response time meaning a clear, defect-free picture. The model's design allows for wide viewing angles, includes 2 HDMI inputs and 2 HD component video inputs. So if you're looking to break into the 32" market and want a breathtaking LCD experience with enhanced blacks and no defects, this model's for you!

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October 22, 2007

Steal And Deals: Samsung LNT4665F 46" 1080p LCD HDTV


Save $800 on this beauty today paying only $1999.98 compared to the usual price of $2800. With full 1080p HD, a 15000:1 contrast ratio, plenty of inputs including 3 HDMI, and excellent blacks, this fantastically designed TV is the ultimate Black Friday purchase on a plain old Monday! Someone you know want an LCD TV this Christmas and you won't be sorry wrapping this one up for that special someone!

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October 20, 2007

Steals And Deals: Save $600 On Hitachi P50H401 50" HD1080 Plasma HDTV


Hitachi P50H401 50" HD1080 Plasma HDTV

Even though LCD TV's dominate the HDTV market, plasma TV's still rule the dimly lit home theater experience. The Hitachi P50H401 features 1280 x 1080 resolution, 16-bit/281 trillion color capability, and 3 HDMI inputs. It's sleek industrial design emphasizes the picture to the extent that you don't even notice the screen is in a frame; not to mention, the picture setting and tuning technology that adjusts your picture for whatever lighting conditions you may have. Definitely a wise choice for plasma fans!

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