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Wal-Mart . . .

by Coryphaeus / November 25, 2008 12:10 PM PST

Friday only:

Magnavox Blu-ray player = $128.00
Samsung Blu-ray player = $198.00

HDMI, upconverting DVD to 1080P, digital audio, etc.

Who remembers when you couldn't touch a Blu-ray player for less than a grand?

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And K-Mart has....
by Dan Filice / November 26, 2008 5:32 AM PST
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The Sony BDPS350 Blu-ray DVD player for $179.00 Friday and Saturday. Or, for a basic 32" LCD TV, the Sony KDL32L4000 for $599.

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Heck
by jostenmeat / November 26, 2008 5:59 AM PST
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a couple of days ago, the new Panny was selling for $149 at Sears. It is unknown if it was a mistake! People printed the price out, brought it to local Sears, and had them ordered when sold out for same price. Someone even got a further discount down to about $140.

Pana makes the best players for BD PQ at less than $1k msrp, hands down, no questions. It interpolates color values for pixels which were not on the original disc (lost due to the Blu-ray mastering/compression process) effectively restoring the 4:2:0 color information stored on the Blu-ray disc to 4:4:4 output with color detail for each pixel in the 1920x1080 array.

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