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Topic # 55224 25-Dec-2009 15:20
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Hi guys,


Don't know if anyone is interested, but yesterday I lingered long enough at Harvey Norman to see them putting the new price tags up storewide.


Of interest I noticed the V10 50" going from $3799 to $3299. Very tempting.


Anyone know of any similar deals?




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  Reply # 285125 25-Dec-2009 15:23
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Same TV is $3199 at Noel Leeming.




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  Reply # 285126 25-Dec-2009 15:27
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Very interesting. I knew HN wouldn't be the cheapest, but considering this TV was over $4k just 3 months ago...




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  Reply # 285127 25-Dec-2009 15:39
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Barter at HN and you may get it under $3k.




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Reply # 285185 25-Dec-2009 22:31
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I have to agree that the j b hifi specials are pretty good. If had the cash i would be down for a 50" tv at under $1500. Cool

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Reply # 285631 28-Dec-2009 15:09
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Just brought the V10 for $3100 from HN. Dam it's big after swapping out with our old 32" LCD :)

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  Reply # 285659 28-Dec-2009 17:35
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alexingram: Just brought the V10 for $3100 from HN. Dam it's big after swapping out with our old 32" LCD :)


Dont worry - within 48 hours it will seem very normal. You will look at the 32" and wonder how you enjoyed watching such a small TV!




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  Reply # 286026 30-Dec-2009 10:53
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Not to annoy you too much but yesterday i saw the 50" V10 at Harvey Norman botany downs for a stickered $2999.



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  Reply # 286029 30-Dec-2009 11:01
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Bound to happen.

Since I got that cheap 42" for $999 I'm holding back until 3D TVs are on sale (apparently after CES 2010).




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