Best Selling HDTVs

October 16, 2007

Steals And Deals: The Mitsubishi WD-73733 73" 1080p DLP HDTV


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If you're looking for a deal on a behemoth HDTV from a big name company, here it is. The Mitsubishi WD-73733 73" 1080p DLP HDTV, regularly priced at $3300 is currently selling for just under $2600, more than 20% off! That price also includes free shipping.

This huge DLP rear projection television features full 1920 x 1080 resolution with Tru 1080p processing. It's x.v.Color support and its exclusive 6-Color Light Engine uses 6 colors to process and produce images meaning a picture that is 80% more colorful than standard HDTV's. 2 million pixels coupled with stunning design work on the part of Mitsubishi means you will be immersed in a life-like HDTV experience.

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October 14, 2007

Steals And Deals: Save $100's On 32" Or Under LCD TV's

If you happen to be looking for a flat-panel LCD TV under 32", there are some terrific deals at Amazon.com today.

Samsung LNT3253H 32" LCD HDTV

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Pay only $849.98, saving yourself $250 and get it shipped for free! The LNT3253H is a beautifully designed 720p model with an 8000:1 contrast ratio for some of the best blacks found in 720p. With a fast 8 ms response time, you'll enjoy a smooth picture even during fast-moving action. The TV's hidden speakers utilize SRS TruSurround XT audio for an amazing three-dimensional digital sound experience. A wide range of inputs means you can connect this beauty to all of your major digital devices.


Toshiba REGZA 32HL67U 32" 720p LCD HDTV

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Save $200 and pay only $700.44 with free shipping for this state-of-the-art 1366 x 768 LCD panel display. With its PixelPure 14-bit digital video processing, the REGZA creates more than 4000 levels of color gradations for a smooth, natural looking picture. It features a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio, plenty of inputs, and Toshiba's StableSound technology for a brilliant 3-D theater sound experience.


Sony Bravia KDL-26S3000 26" 720p LCD HDTV

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Save a whopping $364.45 on this Bravia model paying only $735.54 as compared to the $1099.99 list price. Enjoy crisp, clear images thanks to the Bravia Engine full digital processor that effectively improves color gradations for more picture detail, enhanced contrast, and a dynamic color performance. With a 16:9 aspect ratio and 720p resolution coupled with Sony's S-PVA technology, this Bravia offers you a vivid, colorful viewing experience.

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October 13, 2007

Steals And Deals: Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD Player

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Toshiba's HD-A2 HD DVD Player is currently available at Amazon.com for only $219, a full $80 off the list price. If you order it today, shipping is free and you'll have it in your home playing all of your favorite high-def movies as early as Monday, October 15. That's not all though. The DVD player comes with a mail-in rebate for 5 free HD DVD's! This model is currently the #1 selling portable DVD player and #1 selling HD DVD player at Amazon. For those of you who are new to the HD DVD game, the player also upconverts standard DVD's to a higher resolution for your HDTV.

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October 4, 2007

Buy A Blu-ray Player And Get 5 Movies For Free

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If you happen to be planning to buy a Blu-ray player for someone this Christmas, head on over to Blu-ray Savings and you can get 5 Blu-ray movies for free. All you need is to print the PDF coupon available at the site and send it in with your proof of purchase. Check out the models that the promotion supports though. They currently accept purchases of 18 different models so take a look at the site to make sure you purchase the right one.

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September 30, 2007

Get Paid For Your Used Or Bricked iPhone!

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The iPhone/iBrick verdict has been given, but what do you do if you've ended up with an iBrick with a voided warranty?

Head over to BuyMyBrokeniPod.com where they promise to send you cash for your used or broken iPhone or iPod. Prices are competitive with those you'd find on ebay for a used product. Furthermore, if you've got a bricked phone this is pretty much your only way to get some cash for it.

The only real downside here is that you have to pay for shipping the product to Colorado, so if you have a lower-end model it might not be worth it to you.

Via Techcrunch

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August 1, 2007

Deal of the Day: Pioneer SE-DIR800C HDPH Dolby Digital 5.1 Wireless Headphones

I've mentioned it before but I'm really a big fan of wireless headphones. In fact, I prefer to watch TV with headphones because it gives me the ability to block out outside noises and really become involved in what I'm watching. The key to to wireless headphones is to find a pair that can really handle the sound output from your TV or home theater system. One of the best sets of headphones you can look at is Pioneer SE-DIR800C HDPH Dolby Digital 5.1 Wireless Headphones. According to Amazon:

Amazon.com Product Description Don't let a sleeping family keep you from your new action adventure movie, DTS 5.1 concert, or online video game tournament by setting up these Pioneer wireless surround sound headphones. The SE-DIR800C phones, which connect to any 5.1-channel source--including a DVD player, game console, digital cable box, or satellite receiver--are equipped with Dolby Headphone technology, which produces up to five virtual loudspeakers in your head by directing and reflecting the sound from each channel. The effect is a stunning surround experience, far more dimensional than with typical headphones, and, some say, even better than with a high-performance surround speaker system. The audio is natural sounding and doesn't cause "listener fatigue" as do many other headphones. The phones also work with a variety of surround formats, including Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Surround. Most conveniently, the SE-DIR800C phones are completely cordless. The small wireless transmitter connects to your source (DVD player, game console, etc.) and broadcasts a clear, strong signal via infrared technology to the headphones. Thanks to the wireless technology, you won't snag a headphone cord on furniture, your dog, your glasses, or anything else.

The phones feature a trio of "virtual room" presets from which to choose. The options actually reproduce the sound of a playback system in up to three different listening environments based on the acoustic measurements of real rooms. The small room setting (DH1) re-creates a small, well-damped room with very little reverberation that's perfect for both movies and music-only recordings, while the medium room (DH2) is a more acoustically live (or "wet") room that's well suited to both formats as well (with moderate reverberation). Meanwhile, the large room setting (DH3) offers a bigger sound, more like the audio within a concert hall or movie theater.

You just can't go wrong with headphones that incorporate Dolby Digital Surround Sound. Be sure to check out the deal at Amazon.

Compare Prices: Pioneer SE-DIR800C HDPH Dolby Digital 5.1 Wireless Headphones

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July 18, 2007

Deal of the Day: Sennheiser RS 140 Wireless Balanced Headphones

Have I ever mentioned how much I love watching TV with wireless headphones? There's just nothing better this enjoying your favorite show while closing off the rest of the world. Amazon has a deal going on the Sennheiser RS 140 Wireless Balanced Headphones that you'll want to check out:

Amazon.com Product Description The Sennheiser RS 140 Wireless Balanced Headphones use a switchable dynamic compression system for excellent sound accuracy and balance control for optimum right/left volume adjustment. The adjustable high output level can compensate for minor hearing loss, and the auto-tuning mechanism with memory function finds crisp, clear music. The self-learning automatic level control provides optimum signal reception. Power comes from NiMH batteries that are recharged by simply putting the headphones on their transmitter base that can be mounted to a wall. A charge lasts for 23 hours. The RS 140 is backed by a two-year warranty.

Be sure to check out this deal on a great pair of wireless headphones.

At Amazon.com

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July 10, 2007

Deal of the Day: Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD Player

We've mentioned the Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD Player to you quite a few times in the past, now Amazon has a deal going on this awesome HD DVD player. According to Amazon:

High definition playback delivers 720p/1080i resolution at a transfer rate higher than DVD or even HDTV, resulting in a more detailed, realistic picture. Advanced audio, including Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby® Digital Plus and DTS® HD (core only), along with legacy formats including Dolby® Digital and DTS® bring an increased sonic realism to movie soundtracks. Backwards compatibility means you can enjoy your existing library of DVDs and CDs, and through the process of upconversion using HDMI, your movies are scaled to match the resolution of your HD display. An interface suite includes an abundance of audio/video connections as well as an ethernet connection for firmware updates and future internet delivered features.

Key Video Features:

  • HD DVD playback (including Combo. Format Discs), DVD and DVD-R/-RW

  • DVD upconversion via HDMI™ Video Upconversion - 720p/1080

  • Video Output: 1080i/720p/480p/480i

Key Audio Features:

  • Built-in Dolby® Digital, Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby® Digital Plus, DTS®, and DTS® HD (core only)

  • Advanced high-performance 32-bit SHARC® Digital Signal Processing

  • CD Audio Playback (CD, CD-R/-RW)

Convenience Features:

  • Slim design cabinetry

  • New improved remote design with glow keys and TV operation

  • Ethernet connection

  • HDMI 1.2a interface, component video, S-Video, composite video

Check this deal out while you can save a few bucks.

At Amazon.com


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June 28, 2007

Deal of the Day: Remanufactured Sharp LC-26GA5U 26" AQUOS Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD TV

Here's a nice deal on an AQUOS LCD TV. You can save over $600 by buying the LC-26GA5U remanufactured.

Here's a brief description from Amazon:

Sharp's AQUOS LC-26GA5U Advanced Super View television makes LCD quality and flat-panel elegance better looking and more affordable than ever. The 26-inch widescreen set is picture-frame thin and its table stand detaches for efficient wall mounting (wall-mount brackets optional). With 1,366 x 768 native pixel resolution, the LC-26GA5U offers compatibility with high-definition video sources up to 720p. Two built-in speakers powered by 10 watts per channel render full-bodied stereo sound.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be more affordable than their flat-panel plasma counterparts, which often (though not always) offer faster response times and higher contrast ratios.

Sharp's proprietary Quick Shoot video circuit ensures a lightning-quick response time of less than 16 ms for smooth-as-silk video and gaming graphics. The LC-26GA5U's Advanced Super View/black TFT (thin-film-transistor) screen offers exceptionally wide (170- by 170-degree) viewing angles and an extraordinary contrast ratio of 800:1 for super-black blacks.

You might want to jump on this deal before it disappears.

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June 19, 2007

Deal of the Day: Sony BRAVIA DAV-HDX267W Theater System with Wireless Speaker Kit

Looking for a good home theater system but you don't want to deal with a million wires? Then you'll want to check out the Sony BRAVIA DAV-HDX267W Theater System with Wireless Speaker Kit. The HDX267W is a pretty powerful system at a reasonable price and according to Amazon:

Product Description

Let your select Sony HDMI components play in harmony with the simple setup and connectivity of the DAV-DX267W theater system. With wireless rear-surround speakers, setup is a snap. Highly advanced BRAVIA Theater Sync technology allows you to easily control select HDMI devices with one touch on the included remote control. And you'll be enjoying music and movies in no time with automatic digital cinema calibration that optimizes sound from every speaker. For crystal-clear video, the integrated high-performance 5-DVD/CD changer upscales standard 480p DVDs to 1080i resolution (requires compatible television).

New to Sony receivers is the inclusion of the Digital Media Port (DMP), which adds even more connectivity to your BRAVIA home theater. The DMP allows you to play music from a PC client device, Bluetooth receiver, audio docking station, Network Walkman(R) or iPod digital music player.

At less than $400, you might want to check this deal out.

At Amazon.com


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