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    Ad Bestbuy - Westinghouse 32" Flat-Panel LCD HDTV $539.99

    Bestbuy has the Westinghouse 32" Flat-Panel LCD HDTV for $539.99.

    - Bestbuy Price : $539.99
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    any reviews on this tv?

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    I think this is the same one that they had on Black Friday. Can't find any reviews though.

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    Sold out in Seattle area. :-(

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    Westinghouse 32" LCD HDTV @ Best Buy

    If you combine this offer with the Reward Zone 12% OFF coupon you can actually get it for LESS than the price it was offered for on Black Friday.

    I don't have any reviews but I know someone who got the TV on Black Friday and they said it appears to be a great HDTV.

    The specs are pretty good too. 6.5ms response time, 400 for the brightness and 1200:1 for the contrast ratio. These are very decent.

    Even without a coupon....a new 32" HDTV (with an HDMI connection and an HD tuner built-in) for $540? I doubt you will be able to beat this deal anytime soon.

    People who got them (same model) on Black Friday are trying to sell them on Craigslist for $650 and on up.

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    most of the westinghouse tvs are getting really bad reviews on cnet. i will probably hold off

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    I tried to order in Littleton Colorado and it said none of the stores locally had the TV. I tried to ship, and it said my address was not in the shipping area.

    Too bad, because it automatically discounted it to $519 when I clicked to order... Even if westinghouse is not the greatest, hard to pass that up...

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    Thumbs up

    I picked this TV up on Black Friday and it looks absolutely great. The Cnet reviews seemed to indicate a blue image problem, the image on my TV is beautiful with no complaints whatsoever. Also the built in tuner pulled all the digital/HD content off my local cable provider without any need for me to waste money renting a digital box each month.

    I also picked up:
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1109233805058
    which was 20% off on Black Friday, took about 20 minutes to install in the corner of my bedroom, I put a $20 corner shelf from a local hardware store right under it for a DVD player. The whole setup was about $600 and looks better than what friends of mine have spent thousands on, highly recommend.

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    anyone know how you would use this coupon?

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    I got this TV on black friday and so far it's been awesome in picture quality on my xbox360. I would actually recommend this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evw81
    I tried to order in Littleton Colorado and it said none of the stores locally had the TV. I tried to ship, and it said my address was not in the shipping area.

    Too bad, because it automatically discounted it to $519 when I clicked to order... Even if westinghouse is not the greatest, hard to pass that up...

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    hey, the same thing happen to me
    none of the stores around me have the TV and my add wasn't on the shipping area.........i want the TV .....:'(

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    I got my Olevia 32" LCD HDTV at Micro Center for a better price. It was Black April though, so you can't really beat that deal.

    Paid $562 up front
    $150 rebate
    $100 cash back for signing up with Micro Center Visa

    Total: $312

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    Quote Originally Posted by HimNameTuStah
    I got my Olevia 32" LCD HDTV at Micro Center for a better price. It was Black April though, so you can't really beat that deal.

    Paid $562 up front
    $150 rebate
    $100 cash back for signing up with Micro Center Visa

    Total: $312
    Olevia and Westinghouse are in the same league. Both are much cheaper than the name brand LCDs (Samsung, Sony, Sharp). You get all the HDTV features and specs, but image quality is a bit lower for the trained eyes. For an average user who plays video games and watches TVs and movies, it's more than adequate. I bought my Samsung 32" LCD back in February for $1300, and it was considered a STEAL! But in the end, if you are really concerned about image quality, you get what you pay for.

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    What are the specs for the tv that you want us to look at?

    32" is like a 20" crt with 6" on each of the sides.

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    BB would not accept 12% coupon on this TV

    Went to a store in PA to buy this TV yesterday since I had no luck getting one on Black Friday. Best Buy sales associates said 12% rewards zone coupon could not be used towards the purchase of this TV. FYI.

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