Philips 42” 1080p LCD TV

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Recertified Philips 42" 1080p LCD TV, for $749.99 + $5 shipping
Product: 1x Philips 42TA648BX 42" 1080p LCD TV

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Hey, llook! It’s Electroma. If the movie was on Woot, I’d buy it, but…


Nice deal i think, good screen size, 1080p

definitely not crap


that is totally a screenshot from electroma. a really wierd but funny and awesome movie!!

i spent 700 on a vizio 720p … this is a good buy that is if you like Philips.

Okay, so sorry for this question, I am kinda new to this, but what does “Recertified” mean? Is it the same as Refurbished? Will it not come in a box or with manuals?

i have the 120hz version and i love it. Amazing picture, HD and my xbox 360 looks gorgeous on this tv.

DAFT Punk love them soo soo much

I own this TV, and I must say I do not regret the purchase. This is high rated overall, and it has a great Standard Definition picture and an excellent High Definition Picture. Along with the number of ports, I did not regret getting this TV at all. I paid $1000 + tax at walmart, but this is a great deal, and recertified is sometimes better than new because it has to go through pretty vigorous tests to be re-released from the factory.

If you’re in the market for a TV, I suggest taking a good long look at this beauty.

it just says lcd tv…does this rule out HDTV?

This looks like a good deal for 1080p. I believe it compares to $900 elsewhere. Already have a 42" Panny, don’t need another bigscreen…

I think this is actually a pretty good deal. Sadly I refuse refurb.

yeah I agree… i pass this one too

Does anyone see a downside to this product? It’s a really good deal if not.

Philips TVs and even refurb Philips TVs have horrible reliability records. I would guess that this TV will break within a year.

On the bright side, a LCD is not nearly as heavy as a large CRT or projection TV, so this will be easier to take to the repair shop.

SquareTrade warranty or not, there are better options out there.

It’s an HDTV, that’s what the 1080p indicates…