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Old 11-21-2011, 02:58 AM   #1
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........ for under 2K (until Wednesday at BB) is really tempting. I have a 52" Sharp that I have been really happy with but the 70 would be sweet. Decisions,decisions, it's only money.
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Old 11-21-2011, 05:48 PM   #2
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........ for under 2K (until Wednesday at BB) is really tempting. I have a 52" Sharp that I have been really happy with but the 70 would be sweet. Decisions,decisions, it's only money.
If you have the funds, pull the trigger. If you don't, wait, and pull the trigger on the 80" when the money is right.

You'll survive with that 52" until you lose your mind and get the bigger set. After all, you're doing pretty good at the moment...
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Old 11-21-2011, 06:27 PM   #3
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Having the funds isn't a problem..............parting with them is another matter. Looking at this isn't much help in talking myself out of this.

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Absolutely dwarfs the 52.
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Having the funds isn't a problem..............parting with them is another matter. Looking at this isn't much help in talking myself out of this.

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Absolutely dwarfs the 52.
I just upgraded to the 70 going from a 52. Wow it really is worth every penny wish I would have done it sooner. I had the 632 (the 1999 TV) but ordered the 732 so replaced the 632. The 732 is nicer and looks better but I was very happy with the 632 and would have kept it if they would have given me a discount on the 632 (super long story). Buy it and love it!
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I just upgraded to the 70 going from a 52. Wow it really is worth every penny wish I would have done it sooner. I had the 632 (the 1999 TV) but ordered the 732 so replaced the 632. The 732 is nicer and looks better but I was very happy with the 632 and would have kept it if they would have given me a discount on the 632 (super long story). Buy it and love it!
Thanks for the input. Given the current pricing would you give an extra $800 for the 732?
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Old 11-22-2011, 03:33 PM   #6
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........ for under 2K (until Wednesday at BB) is really tempting. I have a 52" Sharp that I have been really happy with but the 70 would be sweet. Decisions,decisions, it's only money.
There is no substitute for size, but in this case the PQ is also phenomenal. I bought the 70" Sharp, but wish I would have held out for the 80" Sharp. For about $2 grand, the 632 is a steal, especially when you consider that a year ago the only flat panel 70" available was the Sony 70" XBR7 which went for $20,000.
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How are the online features for this set? I'm kind of going back and forth between this and the Panasonic ST or VT30 plasma for our family room.
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Thanks for the input. Given the current pricing would you give an extra $800 for the 732?
Well the 732 isn’t 800 more if you get it on sale to. It would be closer to about 500 more. The 732 does have a noticeably better picture but they both look good. If you like more vivid colors than the 732 is a better TV for you. If you like a darker movie mode look then the 632 might be the better value. I’m happy with what I got but I would have been just as happy with the 632 for 500 less.

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Well the 732 isnít 800 more if you get it on sale to. It would be closer to about 500 more. The 732 does have a noticeably better picture but they both look good. If you like more vivid colors than the 732 is a better TV for you. If you like a darker movie mode look then the 632 might be the better value. Iím happy with what I got but I would have been just as happy with the 632 for 500 less.
Thanks, I found thwe 632 $50 cheaper at Sam's Club so I didn't pull the trigger. I can see the 632 at Sam's so I'm going to wait until I've seen the set. It appears to be their reglar price so no hurry.
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There is no substitute for size, but in this case the PQ is also phenomenal. I bought the 70" Sharp, but wish I would have held out for the 80" Sharp. For about $2 grand, the 632 is a steal, especially when you consider that a year ago the only flat panel 70" available was the Sony 70" XBR7 which went for $20,000.
I couldn't agree more. Got the Costco deal on BF for $1899 for the LC70LE632U and haven't looked back. After calibrating using WOW disc, this awesome BEAST will have folks drooling when watching a BR movie...ever have that TRUE Home Theater experience?...well I do now! Freakin' "VIEWMONGOUS"!!! Best bang for buck at this size to date!
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And ordered the 632, seemed to have all options I needed. No need for the 4th pixel or the 240. All series are great in there own respect, have to find what works for you. Also looking forward to moving the panny to the bedroom as well win win for both. I'll post pics this week. What height do people have this on a stand at?
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Any feedback? Think this will have a better image than the panny?
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I just went on the sharp website and besides one of them not doing 3d what is the difference between their other 5 70" LCDs? I did the compare thing and everything seemed the same except one or two seemed to way almost double?
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