Samsung 55" 240Hz 3D HDTV With 3D Blu-ray, Glasses For $1,999 + Free Shipping

Posted: Oct 6 2010, 7:21pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 6 2010, 7:28pm CDT, in Shopping | Home Entertainment


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US Appliance offers the Samsung 55" 240Hz 1080p Widescreen 3D-Ready LED-Backlit LCD HD Television (pictured), model no. UN55C7000, bundled with the Samsung 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray Disc Player, model no. BD-C5900, and the Samsung 3D Starter Kit, model no. SSG-P2100X, for $3,104. (Add each item to your cart independently to see this price.) At checkout, the price drops to $1,999. With free shipping, that's $250 under our June mention of a similar bundle and $274 less than the lowest total price we could find for these items purchased separately elsewhere.

The UN55C7000 features a built-in 3D processor that upconverts 2D content to 3D, native resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p), 240Hz refresh rate, edge LED lighting with local dimming, and more. The Blu-ray player features 3D support and access to Internet services such as Netflix, Blockbuster, and YouTube. The starter kit includes two pairs of 3D glasses and a mail-in voucher for a free copy of How to Train Your Dragon on Blu-ray.

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