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#119062 19-May-2013 10:21
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Was at Harvey's, looking at the TV's. The Panasonic VT50 still looked great, the 55" was $2600. Is this still a good option?
They did not have any 2013 models. Replacing a Samsung E406600D

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  #821855 19-May-2013 10:28
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I would say yes, at that price. We have a GT50 and are very happy with it. The VT50 was just a little expensive at the time (I think at the time it was $4600 for the 65")




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  #821912 19-May-2013 12:50
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Still a brilliant TV - great value near the end of its product cycle.

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