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Samsung PN63B550 63-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV

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  • Samsung PN63B550 63-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV

    I currently have a 42" Panasonic plasma in the living room, but the sofa is 15 feet away. I've been wanting a bigger screen for quite some time, but my budget for a new TV is only $2,500. I was looking at the Panasonic TH-65PZ850U but couldn't find it anywhere for under $3,500 delivered. Today, I received an e-mail from with a list of Samsung HDTVs on sale and noticed the Samsung PN63B550 63" plasma listed. It's so new that there aren't very many reviews available online, but I found a few helpful threads and reviews on the AVS Forums. After checking several price comparison sites, I confirmed that Amazon currently offers the lowest price online for this model.

    With the discounted price of $2574.99, including enhanced (in-home) delivery, and the favorable reviews on the AVS Forums, I think it may be time to finally pull the trigger on a 63" HDTV for my living room "home theater." Now if I could just get a rosewood veneer subwoofer to complete my Strata Mini/ELT525 center and rear monitors sound system, I would be in A/V heaven. Is there any news of when (e.g., Q3 or Q4 of 2009) the SS-10 might be available for us poor, bass-deprived folks? :begging:

    FYI, is offering $200-$400 off select Samsung HDTVs through June 1st. For those of you interested in the deal on the 63" plasma, here's the info:
    Use Code SAMSFOUR to get $400 off the $2,974.99 listed price on the Samsung PN63B550 63-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV.

    This promotional code expires at 11:59 p.m. PDT on June 1, 2009.
    Plus, FREE Enhanced Delivery (restrictions apply -- ) to any room in your home is being offered on all 40-inch or larger HDTVs purchased from
    Contrary to popular belief, "female audiophile" is not an oxymoron.

  • #2
    Nice heads up!
    Wilson Sophia 2/BAT VK-600SE/BAT VK-52SE/BAT VK-5DSE/Fathom 113 x2/Emotiva DMC-1 and MPS-1/Oppo BDP-83 SE/Exact Power/SMS-1 bass equalizer


    • #3
      such an enormous tv for the price. a year ago 63" samsung would have cost you $5000. i think newegg is having a similar sale.. not sure


      • #4
        I would go for it... The panasonics and Toshibas and samsungs all get their screens from the same vendor. Have not heard anything bad about them and thats a steal price. I have had a 70" Sony that I paid like close to 6K for 4 years ago and look what the prices are now. I am about ready for a new one as my Sony even though its great does not do 1080P it only will do 1080I.... Can someone out there tell me through the HDMI if the P really makes that much difference??

        Oakie Mike