dealsvizio 47” 1080p lcd hdtv (refurbished) for $459.99

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Refurbished Vizio E470VLE 47" Class LCD HDTV at TigerDirect for $449.99 + Free shipping with 3-month warranty at web link below:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2254784&SRCCODE=GOOGLEBASE&cm_mmc_o=VRqCjC7BBTkwCjCECjCE

Moofi Woot's same Refurbished model $459.99 deal has a 6-month warranty.

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Aren't links to other sites in comments not allowed?

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Only 2 HDMI ports. Not sure why any manufacturers are still making sets with only 2 HDMI inputs. Or, as the typo in this moofi write-up refers to them, "HDI" inputs.

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Why do you need 2 HDMI ports? I only use the one from my Onkyo receiver as it has 5.

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@borntohunt: good catch - an extra three months of warranty for just $10 is not bad.

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@jsimsace: If they're for reviews or comparison pricing, yes. However, if you found a better deal, we prefer that you add it as a new deal.

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I have two Vizio TVs and I love them both. As a brand, I'd have no reservations putting it up against Sony, LG, or another big name.

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I own a version of this TV from Vizio but I bought mine a month ago and it cost $598 for the 42 inc. It is 3D.

I love the brand and the TV. I would just buy a extra square deal thing. I really think Vizio is the tops.

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Sweet a tv I'm in for one so I have something to stare at during Woot lunch breaks. I don't know why they require me to be there but its wierd. It certainly won't stop them staring at me but at least it will reduce how often our eyes meet which is the awkward part.

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@sheldon: I find it much better to hook all of my devices to the TV HDMI ports and run one to the Receiver from the TV HDMI out port. Then you don't have to always have your receiver on to watch TV.

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@sheldon: 1) Not everyone has an HDMI compatible receiver; 2) As the post above points out, not everyone who does wants to have their stereo system turned on all the time; and 3) when you run a video game system thru a receiver, you potentially introduce input lag, which can be extraordinarily annoying.

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Does anyone know what the 6 month emergence (their spelling) warranty cover?

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@borntohunt: I am glad you noticed the Warranty difference. TigerDirect and NewEgg are having serious issues with Vizio not honoring the 3 Month Warranty and customers are getting stuck with broken/defective TV's.

The 6 Month Amergence warranty on our units WILL be honored.

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@screenbelow: The 6 Month Amergence warranty will cover parts and labor.

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@djp519: I have a strange suspicion that manufacturer's are 'still' making TVs with only two HDMI inputs because they are cheaper to make which allows them to sell TVs at a lower price. Then I have a sneaking suspicion that those lower priced TVs are marketed towards people that are shopping for TVs in a lower price bracket that fits their budget. And lastly, my intuition tells me that people that shop for TVs in a lower price bracket don't have a need for more than 2 inputs because they can't afford (or rather, don't have need for) more than two of the following items xbox360,ps3,bluray,tivo,pcinput.

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@sdbcmr: Glad you thought it was helpful. I hesitated posting for almost a half hour.

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@thunderthighs: Thanks for the clarification. Was hoping folks would see this as a better safer deal.

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@greciandelight: No one can steal thunderthighs' thunder. Everyone knows thunderthighs is always the best to us.

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@brutherford: Most of us do not hear enough reports about experiences with warranties when they need to be used. Thanks for the update that can help all of us consumers.

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I have this exact model. Good TV, I'm pleased with it.

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@sheldon: Not sure why everyone down-voted your post (or mine in due time). If you have a surround sound receiver, there is no need for multiple HDMI ports. So why not purchase the TV at a lesser price? A nice TV is nothing without the corresponding surround sound!

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My receiver has been serving me well since 2000, before HDMI was invented. So yeah, I need 3 or 4 HDMI ports on my tv, and then run an audio out from the tv to the receiver. No video lag that way, either.

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Just bought this TV. My only reservation is not knowing what was refurbished on this unit. How can you find out?