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Topic # 12920 13-Apr-2007 16:27
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great tv - better than 99% of the other plasmas and LCD. a bit bulky but if you have room for the beast its picture can kill. plus the redemption is from Sony so you can still bargain the juice out of the sales man at your local harvey norman's!

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  Reply # 68875 29-Apr-2007 22:13
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If you get a free PS3, then it is defiantly worth it.




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  Reply # 68881 29-Apr-2007 22:36
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Americancars: If you get a free PS3, then it is defiantly worth it.


Mmmm but at $6499 for the 60 inch, it's still out of reach for most people... that doesn't even include the stand which is another $999... I asked if I could swap the PS3 for the stand but they said no. Heh.

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  Reply # 68884 29-Apr-2007 22:49
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got one for $5000 w 5 yr warranty + 299 for optional stand. plus the redemption to come!

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  Reply # 69150 1-May-2007 21:17
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Yea for that price, but if you were thinking of buying that tv, it would be a nice added bonus.

As for the stand, with our Sony plasma, we got the stand with it (it came with it), but we had to order and pay for the wall mount bracket separately.




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  Reply # 70678 14-May-2007 17:34
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Took the plunge and purchased from Harvey Norman who had on special. Delivery on all models looks to be slow tho as it is selling very well and the only people with stock seem to be Sony themselves (for the Sony Style stores). PS3 is redemption but have sent off and called Sony and they said I can send in serial number when tv arrived but they will log claim now. since promotion could be stopped at anytime.




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