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I want to buy a 70 inch TV , which is the best ?

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they have the Mitsubishi C Series 73-inch WD-73C11 1080p 3D DLP Home Cinema TV,,,, at dell.com for only $1,000,,, i would get it but i have a samsung 67inch already, u cannot beat the price and size of that

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Thanx , I will check it out :-)
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ebay

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why does everyone say ebay , ebay is the worst place to shop, just saying. i prefer craigslist for used stuff or looking for bargin prices
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Sharp's new Sharp LC-70LE732U is the latest best television set. It sports Quattron four color pixels, full LED backlighting, Netflix, CinemaNow, Vudu Apps and DLNA access among its list of features, but no 3D. Find out more about it on http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/13/sharps-new-70-inch-lcd-hdtv-is-definitely-bigger-than-the-one-y/.

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I would be careful when buying the Mitsubishi 73 inch with 3D. I own it, but the problem with it is that the 3D does not work with all 3D Blu-ray players. I went through every brand name and the only two that worked with it was LG and Panasonic. The Panasonic works much better than the LG. Don't let the sales person tell you any different unless he proves it to you in person. I went through hell with Mitsubishi support team and the maker of each Blu-Ray player for a week, but none of them had a clue. I finally figured it out. The Mitsubishi TV works on something called checkerboard format, so you need to make sure that the Blu-Ray player is also in checkerboard format. Not all of them are. Other than that, for the size of the TV compared to the price, you will not find a less expensive TV.

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