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Philips 32” 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV [Refurbished] - $379.99 + $5 shipping
1 * Philips 32PFL6704D/F7B 32” 1080p 120Hz 4 HDMI LCD HDTV
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4.5 star average on Buzzillions.
88 out of 100 possible points on Alatst.
weird that I was just looking at Amazons deal of the day…
Now, before people start complaining that it only has a 60 Hz refresh rate, let me point out that it’s also only $380.
32" is perfect for the bedroom. We have a 32" Philips in our room and love it. Great TV, picture and all that and this one on woot has better specs, much better.
you mean 720p
Product leaflet says 120 Hz.
It’s confusing how it’s phrased. Why mention the 120 Hz when in the specifics it says 60 Hz? Hm.
He’s right. The LG was 1080p 60 Hz on Amazon’s Deal of the Day for February 19, 2010.
If you missed out that one, this one is an OK alternative.
For those of you jumping on the Amazon deal is better, it’s not a valid option any more.
Well, I googled the model number, and was taken to a different spec sheet on Philips’ site. But since Woot is calling it 120 Hz, I’ll believe yours.
At 120 Hz - good deal!
Perhaps Woot can confirm?
kerneltrap wrote:I hate to gristle all over this but, Amazon has a new LG 32" 32LH30 1080p LCD HDTV for $380 with free shipping.
This is not a good deal.
amazon its actually 1080p with 380 free ship. BUT amazon is 60 Hz and woot is 120 Hz. so everybody its your call.
Why did my posts get deleted for comparing the price of this product to others? I thought that was encouraged and embraced here.
hahaha anyone notice the face in the house?
surprised house is surprised.
claviertekky wrote:Product leaflet says 120 Hz.
GATSBY, WE NEED YOU
I agree. After the amazon deal this one does not compare. I mean a brand new LG vs a refurbed Philips? Woot you gotta do better.
AMazons deal was better, warranty last 75% longer.
This model is 120 Hz. Please see the additional photo called 120 Hz Screen Shot to see the TV showing the difference between standard and 120 Hz refresh.
True… seen this model for $450 to $500NEW, has some good reviews too. I prefer a larger HDTV but 120hz is a must now-a-days I’d say…
I guess they couldn’t find one whose screen sits parallel to the ground for the picture…
Sold these at Costco for around $475 new. USB port on side will play videos, MP3s, and .jpg (image) files. Had a nice picture however, my last experience with a 19" Philips set from Woot has led me to avoid this brand like the plague. This set has some pretty cool features however, if it breaks down during the terribly short warranty period do not expect much from Philips other than a replacement “refreshed” set. I went through three defective “refreshed” sets in less than three months before finally getting a refund. (All were re furbed by Ozark Electronics Inc.) Philips is a terrible brand, but Woot is great as it supports the products it sells when unethical manufacturers choose not to.