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Dell.ca: Panasonic 50" Viera ST60 Wi-Fi 3D Plasma TV $1180 + Free Shipping & Cash Back (Save $220)

Dell.ca: Panasonic 50
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Here's a pretty sweet deal on a plasma TV courtesy of Dell.ca. If you're in the market for a well reviewed display, Dell has put the popular Panasonic 50" Viera ST60 Wi-Fi 3D Plasma TV on sale for $1179.99 EARN CASH BACK with free shipping for a limited time. A quick search online shows you're going to be paying at least $200 more at other retailers on top of any extra shipping fees. Here, you're getting a lower price, free shipping and Cash Back via RedFlagDeals.com. If you've had your eye on this panel for awhile, now's a good a time as any to make a purchase.

Reviews on this TV were very good and one extensive read can be found via Plasma TV Buying Guide. Some of its strengths listed include solid black levels, good 3D performance and is a capable gaming set. Comments in the Hot Deals Forum were also positive with many users mentioning great experiences with the ST60.

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Source: ramaslamma via the Hot Deals Forum

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    • genetik
    • I got the 60'' version of that TV, and it's amazing. Really incredible black level and the picture looks gorgeous. Value wise, the ST60 is the best value/quality TV this year.
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    • ramaslamma
    • I've been looking for a deal on this TV for the longest time. Best Buy and Future Shop were OOS in Ontario. Great timing.

      How is the input lag on this TV and do you guys notice any known issues?
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    • Viper98
    • I've been looking for a deal on this TV for the longest time. Best Buy and Future Shop were OOS in Ontario. Great timing.

      How is the input lag on this TV and do you guys notice any known issues?
      I haven't tested this set with gaming

      but panasonic plasmas always have amazing input lag
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    • genetik
    • If you set Game Mode to ON, it's fine. Without it though, there's noticeable lag.
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    • rouse007
    • I know the OP was just reporting what Dell is advertising, but this isn't a 60 Hz unit - it is 600 Hz. There isn't a 60 Hz plasma in production that I am aware of. It's just a typo on Dell's part.

      I'm tempted to pull the trigger on this.

      Nice find OP.
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    • Chewfam
    • Don't forget to PM with MemoryExpress or Visions if you can.
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    • Viper98
    • I know the OP was just reporting what Dell is advertising, but this isn't a 60 Hz unit - it is 600 Hz. There isn't a 60 Hz plasma in production that I am aware of. It's just a typo on Dell's part.

      I'm tempted to pull the trigger on this.

      Nice find OP.
      the tv is actually 60hz

      every plasma uses a 60hz panel

      the 600hz is the subfield drive

      essentially what that means is that it renders frame 10x every frame to ensure you get the best possible detail and motion resolution. it's the reason plasmas even in 720p produce a more detailed image than most 1080p lcds
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    • Lamma
    • This is a great TV for those in the market for Plasma's.

      CNet Review gave it the highest rating ever for a TV.

      http://accessories.dell.com/sna/prod...&sku=A 6861180

      It's on sale for $1179.99 and offers free shipping. Other sites i.e. FS/BB are currently selling for 1299.99 and our OOS in Ontario.
      Isn't this a bit expensive for a 50" TV? What warrants the high price?
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    • IAMTHEKING
    • Isn't this a bit expensive for a 50" TV? What warrants the high price?

      Do your research! The link to cnet was provided above. Same applies to a car. A base bmw 320i to a bmw 335i...Same size car..but internally everything different ..
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    • Lamma
    • I have been reading up on AVS and most are positive. Not all perfect though. Some complain about the black levels and other about the refresh for gaming. Not sure if it's worth the plunge. I need a new TV. Someone convince me...
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    • IAMTHEKING
    • Someone convince me...[/QUOTE]

      Not sure anyone gonna care if you buy one or not..lol
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    • virtuman1980
    • Is it true that this will be the last year Panasonic makes plasma because it is not a profitable line-up?
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    • rahzel
    • I've been looking for a deal on this TV for the longest time. Best Buy and Future Shop were OOS in Ontario. Great timing.

      How is the input lag on this TV and do you guys notice any known issues?
      The input lag is probably the most disappointing part of this set. Panasonic is known for having low input lag, but this set is around double what other Panasonic sets have for input lag. Game mode helps a bit, but it's still not great.

      I have been reading up on AVS and most are positive. Not all perfect though. Some complain about the black levels and other about the refresh for gaming. Not sure if it's worth the plunge. I need a new TV. Someone convince me...
      I'm sure no one cares whether you buy this set or not. But as a member of AVS with over 3000 posts and someone that calibrates TVs, I can tell you that whoever is complaining about black levels doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. This set is top 3 for black levels this year, just a hair behind Panasonic's flagship models. This is even a hair better than Samsung's flagship plasma in terms of black levels and is not far from some Kuros. The ST series from Panasonic has always been a great bang for buck because it offers high-end performance at a relatively good price, and the ST60 doesn't disappoint (well except for the input lag).

      People aren't complaining about the refresh rate, people are complaining about the input lag, which could be an issue if you're a gamer. It's odd that this model has such high input lag compared to even the ST50 from last year. The higher and even lower models this year are fine.

      Is it true that this will be the last year Panasonic makes plasma because it is not a profitable line-up?
      It's true that Panasonic's TV division is struggling, but there will be a 2014 lineup AFAIK. The lead designer at Panasonic is a member at highdefjunkies and posts insider info. It does seem very possible that they will exit the plasma business soon, unfortunately.
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    • Lamma
    • Someone convince me...
      Not sure anyone gonna care if you buy one or not..lol[/QUOTE]

      I'm sure no one cares. I'm just asking for feedback. Grow up King... sheesh!
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    • Lamma
    • Well this is more insightful than the other comment. Thanks. Nice to hear from someone with knowledgeable information other than a one line comment and you don't even call yourself a king ;-P
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    • noob666
    • i paid 2k for this tv and never regret.

      it's absolutely a steal with this price.
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    • djray
    • I don't think this is smoking. If you can't wait to get your hands on a Viera ST60 model, then sure.

      But, wait until Boxing Day or Black Friday for the deals on Vieras to be considerably cheaper! I missed out on a great deal on Boxing Week and I'm shooting myself in the foot right now!
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    • phrozenn.heat
    • I have the 50ST50 and I love my Panasonic Plasma. I would recommend Plasma over any LED TV. I have my TV in my Living room that has a big window and the PQ is awesome during the day. It will blow you away at night. The Dell deal does not come with any 3D glasses whereas the one from 2001audioVideo comes with a pair. See if you can PM with 2001AudioVdeo for a better deal. The 3D glasses from Panasonic are around $100/pair

      http://www.2001audiovideo.com/en/cat...nic-TC-P50ST60

      http://www.2001audiovideo.com/en/pg-best-price

      Good Luck to all on the fence about this TV.
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    • braveblade
    • My previous panasonic plasma (I believe the model is U1) has serious burn in. Wondering if burn in is still an issue for plasma nowadays?
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    • Viper98
    • My previous panasonic plasma (I believe the model is U1) has serious burn in. Wondering if burn in is still an issue for plasma nowadays?

      I've personally never had burn in on any of my tvs and I've had probably 8 or 9 plasma sets over the past 5 or 6 years
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    • newfbc
    • I just bought the TC-P50UT50 from Amazon. Very happy with the set.. a great deal @ $699 and receiving almost 2000 Air Miles.

      I was thinking about getting this model.. but a big price difference.

      Ron.
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    • braveblade
    • I just bought the TC-P50UT50 from Amazon. Very happy with the set.. a great deal @ $699 and receiving almost 2000 Air Miles.

      I was thinking about getting this model.. but a big price difference.

      Ron.
      700/20 = 35 regular airmiles.
      35 * 25 = 875 + 100 extra = 975 airmiles.
      Could you explain how you managed to get 2000 airmiles on this $699 tv?
      No offense. Just wondering.

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