Apex 40" 1080p LCD - $349

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Jeffg010

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This is pretty hot but only a 60Hz HDTV... I have a 120Hz and not sure I could use to a 60Hz. It still is a good deal.
 

Raider1284

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How long is the warranty on this tv? im not seeing it listed anywhere.

Got this from Amazon but I assume its the same with walmart:
Television Features: Wide Viewing Angles, Sleep Alarm/Timer, Wall Mountable, Detachable Base Stand
CD, DVD, Cassette Compatibility: DVD, CD
Maximum Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Vertical Resolution: 1080p
Screen Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Electronic Display Features: French Language On-Screen Display
Contrast Ratio: 1800:1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Widescreen
Tuner Type: ATSC/NTSC/QAM
Brightness(cd/m2): 450
Response Time:7ms Response Time
Comb Filter Type:3D Y/C Digital
HD Compatibility: HD Built-In
Speakers: 2 Bottom Fixed
Input Type(s): Component YCbCr/YPbPr + L/R Audio, S-Video + L/R Audio
Output Type(s) Digital Audio
Includes:Remote Control Batteries, Quick Start Guide, User Manual, Standard Remote Control
Finish: Glossy
Warranty Description: 90 Day Limited Manufacturer Warranty on Labor

90day warranty is pretty rough...
 
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Uhtrinity

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I believe it's supposedly 1 year...

except for the FACT that Apex is currently under Chapter 11 Bankruptcy...
Back in 2004 I had purchased a Apex rear projection tv, it died the same day. It took Apex over 6 months to get it repaired. Very poor quality and service. I even have less of an opinion of their throw away dvd players, had two and they lasted 6 and 12 months each.
 

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Back in 2004 I had purchased a Apex rear projection tv, it died the same day. It took Apex over 6 months to get it repaired. Very poor quality and service. I even have less of an opinion of their throw away dvd players, had two and they lasted 6 and 12 months each.
I've had multiple family members using the $20-$30 DVD players for probably 5 years without issue. Maybe its just very hit or miss?
 

wirednuts

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i dont know, i think lcd prices have finally reached the old days of crt tv's in their prime.

back in the 80/90's, most of your 25" tubes went for about $250 and on up to the 50" projections that were $1000+.

now you can get most 32" lcd (widescreen, not much different then a 25" square) tv's for $300 and up to 52"+ for $1k and on up.

and even if it is still more costly to make an lcd tv compared to a crt, the savings you get in storage and shipping space is enormous.
 
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