View Full Version : How many of you bought those Panasonic PT53WX42 TV's?
I'm about to make you very very happy if you bought with your AMEX Gold Corp card.
Pricematch to $1422.72 BABY! (http://www.avs-store.com/MSDetails.asp?txtModelNumber=PT53wx42)
Man, I'm tempted to replace my cheezy 36" JVC.
07-26-2002, 12:25 PM
07-26-2002, 06:15 PM
glad i bought it with my amex :heh: or i'd be preety upset
07-26-2002, 06:48 PM
Apex or anybody else...
Is this RPTV good because it is so tweakable? If so doesn't that mean that out of the box, the picture may not be to one's liking? Can anyone comment on the "out of the box" picture quality?
Also, anyone have comments on the Pioner SD-533HD5?
This RPTV is good because it's tweakable, but the calibration right out of the box is actually very very good this year. The older WX49 models (last years models) were not nearly as good. Professional ISF calibraters have said the same.
Pioneers like the SD-533HD5 are excellent as well. Their doublers aren't as good as the elite models though. The picture of the set right out of the box isn't set quite as optimally as the WX42 I believe, but the quality is still good.
I haven't compared them back to back, so I can't say for sure.
08-05-2002, 03:33 AM
Any deal like that on the 47"?:D Also, I think I missed the free shipping at onecall.com. Any other leads?
08-05-2002, 03:41 AM
Checked out onecall again and it looks like they still have the free shipping. How's the Toshiba 42"? Pros and cons with this (or similar) set and make? How's the price? Any help for a home theatre novice is appreciated.http://ww2.onecall.com/PID_12484.htm
08-07-2002, 08:45 PM
I've been hearing very good things about the Hitachi. Its like 4 grand for a 57(?) i think.
How, besides price and size does the panasonic compare?
Or is it apples and oranges.
I need to find one for the family.
09-07-2002, 10:57 PM
$1,347.84 cash price + shipping now.
I'm still debating on getting this TV. (Obviously a newbie here & it'll be my first big screen too so I'm hoping for some guidance). Any other feedback anyone care to elaborate on, or point me in the direction of reliable feedback info?
Fully calibrated and tweaked (a full ISF calibration will probably run about $400-800) Hitachi is an excellent machine. Out of the box, they're not as good as the current gen panny.
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