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Philips 47PF9441D/37 47" 1080p LCD TV - refurbished

+ $29.99 Shipping
Expires: 07/03/08

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3. Enter $220 off coupon code 47HDTV-0608 [Exp 7/3] at checkout (thanks soulstice)
4. Final Price: $999.99 - $220 = $779.99 + $29.99 shipping
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Comments (3)

wooties (L2)
Jun 25, 2008
it says 1080p.. but it's in screen only. The component and HDMI inputs will NOT accept 1080p Signals.

*NOTE: the HDMI and Component inputs on the 47PF9441 are compatible with video resolutions up to 1080i. The 47PF9441 will not accept a 1080p signal. When connected to the 47PF9441, the Blu-ray or HD DVD player will automatically adjust their output resolution to be compatible and display a 1080p picture."
baker (L1)
Jun 25, 2008
go do a little research. In reality the difference between 1080p and 720p/1080i is almost completely unnoticeable.

From engadget
"How can you tell the difference between 1080i and 1080p? You probably can't.

We are serious.They both have the same amount of data being displayed, but the 'i' stands for interlaced. You see, a interlaced picture displays the picture by showing the odd number of horizontal lines and then the even numbered ones on the screen at a rate of 1/30 of a second. The 'p' type stands for progressive that displays all the info at the same time. So is there a difference - yes; can you see it - probably not anymore"

From Cnet
"CNET executive editor David Carnoy did a little informal testing between HDTVs of 1080p, 1080i and 720p resolutions using Blu-ray and HD DVD content. The verdict: If you’ve got the money to burn on the 1080p set, go for it. If you buy a 720p or 1080i set instead, are you going to regret it later? Probably not. Carnoy says there were some very slight picture differences in a certain passage in the Blu-ray MI:3 DVD he used for testing, but not enough to necessarily warrant the premium price tag"

There are tons of other high end gadget and audiophile sources that all agree.
phillies2626 (L5)
Aug 03, 2007
price is now $1999.99 but apply $300 off coupon code "47LCD-0707" on it (Expires 08/09/2007) to make it $1699.99 + Free shipping

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