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    Default Vizio shows off LED based LCD tv w/ 240hz

    And its just a hair under 2k, which brings it into my realm of money

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    Thats a nice TV.
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    AWESOME!

    With more companies doing this it will drive prices down

    I wonder if it compares to the XBR8's 1,000,000: Contrast Ratio though.

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    I'll definitely have to check this set out this weekend.

    LED = Sexy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlkM383 View Post
    Thats a nice TV.
    sure is and the price is even nicer.im ready for june so i can go 2 sears and check it out
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    Sears? Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grasp View Post
    Sears? Really?
    yeah sears! cc sold them but with their stores closing you gotta go other places! vizio isn't carried by everybody and sears and costco sell their good tvs while walmart get the leftovers.
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    WOW I cant wait for this to come out, competition is such a wonderful thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maley View Post
    AWESOME!

    With more companies doing this it will drive prices down

    I wonder if it compares to the XBR8's 1,000,000: Contrast Ratio though.
    Don't believe the hype.

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    How the heck can Vizio do this?

    A 55" LCD with LED lighting, which guarantees terrific black levels, along with a 240hz refresh rate, with an improved dejudder process, for $1999 retail??????

    WTF!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike171979 View Post
    How the heck can Vizio do this?

    A 55" LCD with LED lighting, which guarantees terrific black levels, along with a 240hz refresh rate, with an improved dejudder process, for $1999 retail??????

    WTF!!!!!
    The screen is housed inside a styrofoam casing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo976 View Post
    The screen is housed inside a styrofoam casing.
    And soldered with silly string.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MA16v3 View Post
    And soldered with silly string.
    It Sony guts, not Sony, say Vizio, but Sony guts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MA16v3 View Post
    And soldered with silly string.
    you know vizio makes quality tv's.
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    The set also offers a USB input that can play back MPEG-2, H.264, WMV9 Video, along with JPEG photos and MP3 music files, and the company throws in a USB thumbdrive with a preloaded 1080p video.

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