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Dear Forum members, please recommed the best mail order or

by norlfolkcentral / June 7, 2007 1:41 PM PDT

ONLINE stores to purchace an HDTV from? Has anyone bought at HDTV and been pleased with their service. Please name names.
Thanks in advance.

NorfolkCentral

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I'LL ASSUME YOU MEANT " RECOMMEND".................
by Riverledge / June 7, 2007 4:04 PM PDT

J & R ELECTRONICS, NYC, NY
CRUTCHFIELDS, NYC, NY
VANN'S (BETTER FOR THE LEFT COAST FOLKS) MONTANA, if I didn't live in Massachusetts::::: really too far East Coast shipping.
B&H PHOTO, NYC
TWEETER, CANTON, MASS.;

and a couple I've never bought from that are getting some good reviews, include EGGHEAD and OneCALL.

This question comes along a couple times a year; any new additions???

Any new thoughts other than manufacturers sites? Of course I want the best price, but quality delivery is so important.

Thanks,
River.

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(NT) Agreed, those are the core of solid gold names.
by NM_Bill / June 8, 2007 12:32 AM PDT
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(NT) Onecall
by givemeaname / June 8, 2007 12:51 PM PDT
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Crutchfield
by bevillan / June 8, 2007 2:20 AM PDT

I almost exclusively order from Crutchfield.com because of their service. I had my first SXRD crap out on me after 2 months because I was stupid and didn't set my cooling fan to high since I live at 6000 ft elevation and I told Crutchfield that the local Sony repair shop sucked so they exchanged it with no questions asked...even after their standard 30 day return/exchange policy.

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good to hear you do benefit
by jostenmeat / June 8, 2007 2:41 AM PDT
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from paying premium prices. Crutchfield mags always went into the trash b/c of that, but CS is something worth paying for indeed.

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BuyDig
by dlf0001 / June 9, 2007 3:36 AM PDT

I bought from Buydig.com... customer service called to verify the order since shipping address was different than home address... received several update messages and verifications...

My 50" Samsumg 5054 Plasma arrived unscathed, box was even undamaged...

Price was inline with the best online companies...

I would report a good experience.

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I also endorse Crutchfield. When
by europa105 / June 9, 2007 3:45 AM PDT
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we got our Panasonic 50" plasma, we weren't happy with the picture, but we didn't have HD service at that time. We were getting our HD Direct TV installed after the Crutchfield returned date expired. I called them, explained the situation, and they gave us an extension. They told us they wanted us to be COMPLETELY happy with our purchase and not "grudgingly accept" our new TV.
Crutchfield, IMHO, is worth the premium price.

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