22 February 2013
When does the NCAA College Basketball March Madness 2013 start you ask? On Tuesday March 19th, 2013, the madness kicks off and will go till Monday April 8th! So fill out your brackets and get a new tv...or multiples! Our recommendation - get a few HD Antenna's so you can watch multiple games on multiple high definition televisions without having to get more HD Cable boxes from your Cox, Dish Network, or Directv provider!
We speak from experience! During march madness, we hook up about 5 different TV's with HD Antennas so we can watch multiple games without having to add cable boxes! Not only do we have the best deals on our antennas, we will also hook you up on the extra HD televisions you'll need!
22 February 2013
Our AZ TV Store has more HDTV selection (comparing number of models) than any Best Buy, Walmart, Costco, Sams Club, Spencers TV and Appliance, Walts TV and Home Theater, Sears, Target, Radio Shack or any other HD Television Retailer and at MUCH lower prices! We have over 600 TVs in stock today!
If you need to ask yourself, where is the best place to buy an HDTV in Arizona, there is no comparison! With more options and the most knowledgeable sales team, Best Deal In Town is the leader in low price HDTV sales in AZ!
05 February 2013
Free Blu Ray Giveaway - Join our facebook page and Email Newsletter today to be eligible for giveaways!
Congratulations to Mike Hackett for winning our Super Bowl Blu Ray
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05 February 2013
New Television Shipment In - Over 250 Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Vizio, LG, Sharp and Philips LED, LCD and Plasma HDTVs on sale at our Tempe Arizona TV Store location that is easily accessible from Mesa, Gilbert, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Queen Creek, Ahwatukee, Glendale, Peoria, Surprise, Avondale and even Tucson! We have shoppers from all over AZ come to our TV Shop for cheap tvs, blu ray players, receivers, speakers, hdmi cables, wall mounts, and more!
Stop by Best Deal In Town this week to see our new shipment or call us at
04 February 2013
Where is the best place to buy a TV in Arizona? What television shops in Phoenix, AZ have the lowest prices and best deals on and HDTV? Best Deal In Town is clearly the best high definition TV Store to find the high quality but cheap LCD, LED, or Plasma HDTV that you are looking for!
Come by Best Deal In Town this week to see one of our 500 tv's we have in
stock right now. Join our email list and facebook page to keep up to date
with all our giveaways, free stuff, deals of the day, etc!
29 January 2013
Super Bowl Hours for February 3rd - SuperBowl Sunday
We will be open from 10 am till 3 pm on Superbowl Sunday in case you
need to do some last minute shopping before the Big Game!!
29 January 2013
Facebook Giveaway - Free Blu Ray Player, Possibly FREE LED Samsung HDTV, Guess the Super Bowl Winner and the final score - Closest Guess Wins It! Sign Up Now to also be eligible for future giveaways and promotions!
Superbowl is finally here and we are celebrating it by giving away a FREE
Blu Ray player and possibly even a Free Samsung LED HDTV! We are
having a contest to see who can guess the winning score of the
Superbowl. It's free to enter, just go to our
and pick the winner and the final score of the game. Whoever picks the
winner and the correct score will win. If no one picks the correct score,
whoever has the closest combined points AND picks the winner will be
awarded the prize. In case of a tie, the first person to guess will win the
prize. The prize will be a Free Blu Ray player UNLESS our Facebook Page
gets to 2000 Likes before kickoff (We are at 1758 likes right now). So, go
to our Facebook Page right now (at
http://www.facebook.com/tvsuperstore) and guess the winner and the
score and let your friends know so that you have a chance to win a TV! We
do promos like this all the time, so joining our Facebook Page will keep
you in the loop of all the free stuff we give away all year long. There will
surely be another giveaway for March Madness!
29 January 2013
Do you want to make your iphone charger cable longer? Do you want to buy a really long Iphone USB data cable or wall charger? We have the perfect solution for your apple iphone, ipod, ipad, or itouch needs! Buy now online or in store!
Ever since I've had my Apple products, I've never felt like, A) I had enough
chargers and B) that the cables were ever long enough! But a simple
solution is to buy one of our USB extender cables for only $10 and extend
your cable! Come into the store or buy it right here on our website using
paypal and we'll ship one to you right away. Just specify the length you'd
like (6 feet to 15 feet - same price regardless of length) and we'll ship it
out to you! Click on the Accessories tab above and you can go straight to
our USB extension cable listing. You can also purchase an iphone 5
lightning USB data cable / Charger or one of the previous 30 pin models
like the iphone 4s, iphone 4, Ipod, Ipad, and other models.
10 January 2013
Superbowl HDTV Specials - Less than a month away!! Discounts on all Samsung, Sony, Sharp, LG, Vizio and more Smart TVs, 3d high definition televisions here at our Tempe Arizona TV Shop!
We have all kinds of discounts going right now with Superbowl (February 3rd) less than a month away! We are getting about 500 tvs in stock per month so check back often as we will surely have something for you!
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30 December 2012
We will be open normal hours for New Years Eve and New Years Day from 10-7!
We will be open normal hours for New Years Eve and
New Years Day from 10-7!
22 December 2012
Best Deal In Town is the Best Place to Buy a HDTV, receiver, wall mount, cables, or TV Stand for Christmas on the last shopping weekend of the year before Christmas! Stop by our Tempe, Arizona store for an amazing LCD, LED, or Plasma high definition television from the best brands such as Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Vizio, LG, Panasonic and MORE!
Only 3 days left until Christmas! We have
everything discounted for this weekend only! See
20 December 2012
We will be open normal hours every day except Christmas Eve (open 10-4) and closed for Christmas. We will also be open normal hours on both New Years Eve and New Years Day. We have a ton of inventory right now and have so many amazing deals that we are sure to find you something that will be perfect for you!
Christmas Eve: 10-4
Normal Hours: 10-7 Monday through Saturday, 10-6 on Sundays.
26 November 2012
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday Deals continue ALL WEEK!
We will carry over ALL of our Black Friday, Small
Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday deals all week
until they sell out. If you don't know the deals
we have going, just give us a call or stop by. We
do not have any of these deals posted on our
website. Give us a call at 480-229-1595 or 480-
326-5645 if you have any questions. Hope to see
21 November 2012
Thanksgiving and Black Friday Store Hours
We are CLOSED for Thanksgiving! We will be open from 5 am till 8 pm on Black Friday! We will have some crazy door buster deals so get there early. See you this weekend!
10 November 2012
Thanks to all our TV Customers in 2012! We have sold an HDTV to someone in every city in the greater Phoenix, AZ area this year! Sales in Phoenix, Tempe, Queen Creek, Chandler, Apache Junction, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Maricopa, Casa Grande, Sun Lakes, Ahwatukee, Paradise Valley, Glendale, Avondale, Peoria, Surprise, Buckeye, Tucson, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Sedona, Payson, Dysart, Wickenburg, Globe, and even cities not in Arizona! As you can see, the word is spreading! Make sure to tell your friends about our Television Store!
We want to thank all of our customers that have
supported us over the last 8 years. After going
through our receipts we are proud to say that we
have sold TV's to nearly every city in Arizona!
10 November 2012
All LED LCD and Plasma Television models on sale RIGHT NOW - Vizio Black Friday specials, Sharp, Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, LG cheap specials, Panasonic Plasma deals, wall mounts (dual arm and single arm articulating swivel mounts), high speed HDMI cables, VGA cable, Fiber Optic and digital coax for audio, cat 5 Ethernet networking cables, mini display port to HDMI adapter cables for apple mac laptops, ipod and iphone and ipod touch ac wall chargers and car chargers, HDMI to DVI cables, Green Beam Laser Pointers, Scorpion Blacklight Flashlights only $10, Coax cables and so much more!
We have a little bit of everything on sale right
now at Best Deal In Town! Come by and see us
10 November 2012
Black Friday TV Deals, Black Friday Electronics Ads, Buy your next HDTV right now with our huge Holiday sales going right now! Buy TV AZ, Buy LCD Arizona, Buy LED HDTV in Phoenix, Tempe, AZ TV Deals, Buy a Samsung, Sony, or Sharp Smart TV during one of our best sales of the year!
We have some huge specials going right now for
Black Friday. We can barely close our doors we
have so many TV's in stock right now. Call or
stop by this week - 480-326-5645
03 November 2012
Veterans Day Sales combined with Black Friday Pricing, Free Samsung HDTV Giveaway, and clearance pricing and package deals on all our LED, LCD, and Plasma TV's right now at our Tempe Arizona Television Store!
Make sure you stop by in the next two weeks! We have all our Veterans Day Specials COMBINED with our super low Black Friday pricing! Our deals are too good to pass up right now. Also, make sure you are signed up for our newsletter at the top of the page. We are giving away a FREE blu ray player and Samsung HDTV in the next month. It's free to sign up and only takes 10 seconds. Give us a call at 480-326-5645 or just stop by to see what we have RIGHT NOW! Hope to see you soon,
Best Deal In Town Team
18 October 2012
Black Friday Deals now in effect!! Sale on TV's, Discounts on Home Theater Systems, Specials on Wall Mounts, Free HDMI Cables, and more Liquidations for our early Black Friday Blowout Event!
From now until November 23rd, our Black Friday
pricing is in effect on all TV's, wall mounts,
cables, and home theater systems. We are giving
away a free HDMI cable with any purchase as well.
Give us a call or stop by for our special pricing!
Inventory will move quickly, so the earlier you
can come by the better!
02 September 2012
Labor Day Sales, TV and Blu Ray Giveaways and New Arrivals! Last weekend before the NFL Season begins - Get your LCD or LED HDTV before the New York Giants vs Dallas Cowboys Wednesday kickoff at our Tempe, AZ TV Store!
Don't forget to join our newsletter! We are
giving away a free Blu Ray player on Monday
(Labor Day) and a TV sometime during football
season for someone on our mailing list. There
are links on the website or you can go here to
sign up: http://eepurl.com/nR5h5
We have all kinds of TV, wall mount, and cable
specials all weekend. Just stop by or give us a
call at 480-229-1595 to hear about what we have
available and our specials right now! Hope to
see you soon!!
11 August 2012
Limited Time Only - Free NFL Sunday Ticket with DirecTV! If you live in Arizona and want this football package, give us a call today so we can get you hooked up! We install in Tempe, Phoenix, Gilbert, Mesa, Chandler, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, Glendale, Surprise, Peoria, Apache Junction, and more AZ cities!!
If you are interested in getting this package (which is included right now for a limited time in a DirecTV package), give us a call at 480-326-5645.
31 July 2012
Best TV Deals for 2012 Olympics - LCD, LED, and Plasma HDTV Sales!
We just got in a huge shipment of 200+ new models
and are holding some of our best sales of the year
for the Olympics on all brands and sizes TVs!
From now until August 12th, when the closing
ceremonies end the Olympics, our largest discounts
will be in effect! Stop by or give us a call at
480-229-1595 if you have any questions!
14 June 2012
Big Screen TV Fathers Day Sales! We are the best location for cheap HDTVs - LED, LCD, and Plasma Flat Panel Televisions. We want to celebrate all fathers regardless of where you live - Anywhere in Arizona - We have dads from local cities like Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Peoria, Surprise, Avondale, Goodyear, Buckeye, Glendale or are a drive away like Casa Grande, Yuma, Tucson, Prescott Valley, Sedona, Flagstaff, and cities outside AZ!
We have some of our best discounts of the year for Father's Day! With most tv's over 46", we are giving away free blu ray players or a free HDTV starter kit (HDMI Cable, Screen Cleaning kit, and more!). We also have our everyday specials on HDMI cables starting at only $5, wall mounts at $29, Blu Ray players for $39, and TV's at huge discounts! Come by and see us this weekend! Call with questions at 480-326-5645.
23 May 2012
Samsung and Vizio LCD and LED's most popular TV purchase by customers in Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Apache Junction, Phx, Maricopa, Gilbert, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Casa G
After doing much research on our most popular models for last year, we found that Samsung and Vizio were our most popular models for many of our east Phoenix and surrounding cities. We sold thousands of TV's and people most concerned about quality normally went with Samsung, Sony, and Sharp models while people most concerned about price and value went with Vizio and LG models.
23 May 2012
High percentage of April sales from the West side of Phoenix - Glendale, Peoria, Surprise, Avondale, Goodyear, and West Phoenix!
We were looking at our year over year sales numbers and had a large percentage increase in sales for people on the west side of Phoenix. Make sure to let all your friends know of our deals to save your friends money! You can let your friends know about Best Deal In Town by clicking on the "Tell a Friend" link on the left side of our page!
23 May 2012
Memorial Day Sale - Samsung, Sony, Vizio, LG, Panasonic, and Sharp LED and LCD flat panel HDTVs in Tempe, Arizona
We are holding some huge sales for memorial day!! Some of these will include $39 Blu Ray players (very limited supply and only certain models), $1 HDMI cables (Saturday through Monday only with 2 cable limit), $20 wall mounts (slim line model with limited supply on hand), 40" HDTV's starting at $299, and much more!! Stop by or call 480-326-5645 to get more info. All deals expire on 5/28/2012 at 7 PM at the latest or earlier if supplies run out!
16 May 2012
HDTV Buying Guide: Making Sense of the Specifications - Before you purchase an LCD or plasma flat-panel HDTV, read our comprehensive buying advice to learn what features to consider.
By Alfred Poor, PCWorld Mar 1, 2011 5:00 am
HDTV Buying Guide 2011
How to buy the HDTV that's right for you.
1.HDTV Buying Guide: Select the Right Flat-Panel Technology
2.HDTV Buying Guide: Making Sense of the Specifications »
3.HDTV Buying Guide: Shopping Tips
Whether you're buying your first HDTV or replacing an older model, you'll find all sorts of new specifications and features to consider when shopping. Some of these apply to both LCD and plasma sets, while others are significant for LCDs in particular. Here's a quick overview of the different choices and what they may mean for you.
Important Specifications for LCD and Plasma HDTVs
Resolution: Almost all sets 40 inches or larger have 1080p resolution, which is 1920 by 1080 pixels. The 1080p resolution will give you the maximum detail available for almost all HD content. For some smaller HDTV sizes, 1366 by 768 pixels is often a lower-cost choice, but a 720p set has to scale 1080p images down to match its native resolution. This interpolation may introduce imaging artifacts, and the image may not appear quite as sharp or have the depth of the picture on a 1080p set.
While 720p models are available in many sizes as a lower-cost option, they remain prevalent in the 40-inches-or-smaller category. If you're shopping for a small HDTV, expect to pay about a 20 to 25 percent premium (as of this writing) for a 1080p set over a 720p set. All else being equal, we recommend that you pick a 1080p model, which will better match much of the content you can now get from broadcast, streaming, and satellite services, and will match the native resolution of a Blu-ray Disc player.
Contrast: This spec (also known as "Contrast Ratio") refers to the difference between the darkest images and the lightest images that a screen can produce; in general, it is determined by how dark the blacks are. Contrast is probably the most important factor in determining image quality after resolution. If the blacks are gray and the contrast is lower, the whole image can look washed out. If the blacks are deep and strong, however, the image will look sharper and the colors will pop.
Unfortunately, manufacturers' methods for measuring and specifying contrast are almost useless for helping you predict how the screen will look. Manufacturers use full-screen measurements, all black and all white, in a darkened room. An all-black or all-white screen is not what people watch, and in computer terms it conveys precisely zero bits of information. When you have actual content on the screen, you get internal reflections, ambient lighting effects, and other optical crosstalk that results in the light from one section of an image affecting the light levels of another. Basically, pay attention to the contrast with your eyes, but don't worry about the reported "Contrast Ratio" spec.
Internet connectivity: These days, most big-brand HDTVs offer the ability to connect to your home network's router--either through a cable or wirelessly--so that you can view content stored on the computers on your network and access content from the Internet if you have broadband service. Different sets have different features, such as Amazon, Netflix, or YouTube, so if you want a particular service, make sure that it's included before you commit to an HDTV--or find a Blu-ray player or media streaming set-top box that has the service you want. Manufacturers are adding new services all the time, even to their existing models, so it pays to get the latest information. Note that if you use a wireless connection, 802.11n will give you the fastest performance.
3D support: By now, each of the major manufacturers has a fairly wide range of 3D TVs on the market at various price points. For most prospective TV buyers, 3D isn't a necessity quite yet simply because there isn't enough 3D content out there yet. That said, if you're intrigued by ESPN 3D or simply want to future-proof your TV, there's a few things you should know about 3D before you pull out your credit card.
•Active shutter or passive 3D? There are currently two types of 3D glasses technology found in HDTVs right now, "Active shutter" and "polarized" or "passive". Active-shutter glasses are more expensive (often about $150/pair) and a bit heavier, since they're actually two small LCD screens that alternately dim each "lens" in sync with the TV by way of an infrared emitter so you can see a 3D image. Polarized glasses, on the other hand, are the kind you'll find in 3D movie theaters--in fact, some TVs will even work with the exact same glasses from the theater (which you were supposed to return, by the way). They're cheaper, lighter, and easier to wear, but they technically don't provide as high-quality an image since each lens blocks out some of the light to create the 3D image. So far, however,
16 May 2012
Is Best Buy On Life Support? An Analysis - 3D HDTV, Blu-ray Discs, Connected TVs, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, News, Plasma, Sound Bars
The once great and expanding Best Buy (BB) has begun a path to self-destruction, with a recent quarterly loss of $1.7 billion.
Circuit City, Silo, Crazy Eddie, Incredible Universe and the Good Guys have already passed on as US consumer electronics chains. This Best Buy loss reflects a withdrawal from Europe and the closure of 11 UK superstores, its European online store, and of course, lower overall US same store sales.
But there’s more to it than that.
Let us say first that we would hate to see Best Buy disappear, largely because in many markets this would leave Wal-Mart and/or Target as the only local stores that sell TVs. However, Best Buy’s recent announcements of 50 super store closings, 400 planned layoffs at its Minnesota headquarters and the resignation of CEO Brian Dunn (with reports that he is alleged to misuse company assets in the course of a relationship with a female subordinate) do not bode well for Best Buy’s survival. When Circuit City began its downward spiral, it too cut staff and closed stores, only to accelerate its demise with lower revenues and mounting losses.
In our opinion, Best Buy created many of its own problems by continuing the same old business model in a new Internet economy. A few examples:
Best Buy maintains a two-price policy for many items, an in-store price and a lower Internet price. Best Buy continues to run its website as if it is its own competitor, not a part of the same company. This policy puts folks without Internet access at a price disadvantage. It also teaches BB brick and mortar shoppers to look at products in person, then check the bestbuy.com or other online competitors’ price, only to inevitably buy the item online. This is called “showrooming.”
Worse, if you let a blue-shirt BB salesclerk know you want to pay the lower online price, he/she has to perform a rigmarole to permit the customer to pay the online price while in-store. Remember, this is often Best Buy’s own price! Best Buy needs to have a one-price policy. Why should online shoppers have a price advantage only to continue a policy that results in bad will from in-store shoppers?
Best Buy continues to devote significant floor space to music and movies, disregarding the shift to streaming movie services, iTunes and Amazon pricing. Recently, we were denied a Wal-Mart price match on a 3D Blu-ray disc, even though it is Best Buy’s policy to match Wal-Mart disc pricing. We finally bought the disc at the Wal-Mart price when we made the purchase at another BB located next to a Wal-Mart. Why does one store honor this policy and the other does not? It’s either bad training or a directive by a given store’s manager to inflate profit margins. Ultimately, we blame it on poor oversight by BB executives.
High Margin or Low Margin Items
HDTVs are low margin items. Currently Best Buy stores offer every major brand of TV except Vizio. They also sell their store brands, Dynex and Insignia, competing directly against the name brands and reducing revenue, as the BB store brands are priced below the major TV manufacturers’ comparable products. Is Best Buy a TV maker or a retail store? We fail to see the logic of cannibalizing a sale, requiring store back-end support such as warranty parts and service. By doing this BB generates lower revenue. They also offer a free two-year warranty, negating the sale of extended warranties to Insignia TV buyers.
When a blue shirt sells a TV he pushes an ISF calibration and an extended warranty. I never hear a sales clerk explain the advantages of improved audio. Worse, the clerk can’t provide a demonstration as none of the TVs on display are connected to a sound bar or a surround sound system. These items are sitting on their own on a distant shelf. As one can never perform an audio demo online, Best Buy loses this opportunity for consumer benefit and increased revenues and profits. They will happily push a $100 HDMI cable that offers no increase in performance, when a $200 soundbar will benefit the consumer significantly, and for years to come.
The massive Best Buy TV department continues to employ overly bright lighting and poor demonstration material via an antiquated RF signal distribution system, making it impossible to see the difference between a 720p low-contrast HDTV and a top quality 1080p model. Except for observing the cosmetics of a given HDTV, a Best Buy demonstration of HDTV image quality is futile. Give consumers a home-like viewing environment with a high-quality signal and they will be able to see a difference between the store brand and a higher end TV.
Another area where Best Buy can make more profits and provide a service to its customers is the selling of high quality audio/video furniture and DVD cabinets. Right now most of the furniture and racks Best B
16 May 2012
Contrast ratio (or how every TV manufacturer lies to you) - Contrast ratio is the most important, least understood, and endlessly aggrandized metric of a television's performance. Find out why.
Contrast ratio is the most important aspect of a TV's performance. More than any other single metric, a set's contrast ratio will be the most noticeable difference between two TVs.
That is, if you could juxtapose them. Which you can't. Or if you could compare their claimed specs. Which you can't.
Understanding what contrast ratio is and how to judge it will help you determine the best TV for your dollar. But it's a lot harder than it sounds.
In its simplest form, contrast ratio is the difference between the brightest image a TV can create and the darkest. In another way: white/black=contrast ratio. If a TV can output 45 foot-lamberts with a white screen and 0.010 ft-L with a black screen, it's said to have a contrast ratio of 4,500:1.
Unfortunately, it gets more complex from there.
There is no standard as to how to measure contrast ratio. In other words, a TV manufacturer could measure the maximum light output of 1 pixel driven at some normally unobtainable maximum, then measure that same pixel with no signal going to it at all. This hardly represents what you'd see at home, but without a standard, such trivialities don't matter to TV manufacturers.
Worse, contrast ratio numbers have gotten so extreme, there is literally no way to measure some of them. What happens more often than not is the marketing department will come up with the number it needs to sell the product. The engineers will shuffle their feet, and stare at the wall, and magically the TV has that contrast ratio.
The only way to get realistic contrast ratio numbers is from reviews, but even this isn't always accurate, as you'll see if you go here: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20066138-1/contrast-ratio-or-how-every-tv-manufacturer-lies-to-you/?tag=mncol;title
16 May 2012
HDTV Seating / Viewing Distance Chart for your Flat Panel LCD, LED, or Plasma TV
We get a lot of questions about how large a TV to purchase based on your viewing distance. Although most of this comes down to personal preference, there are some experts that have an opinion about this. You can find the viewing chart here: http://hdguru.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/hdtv_distance_chart.pdf
15 May 2012
How To Improve Your HDTV Image - 3D HDTV, Connected TVs, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, Plasma
Most people never change their TV’s user settings. This is sad, as most TVs look their worst with the standard “out of the box” factory presets.
Our tips on picture optimization will go a long way to getting you a better TV picture for little or no cash outlay.
We’ll begin with the basics after the break.
For more: http://hdguru.com/how-to-improve-your-hdtv-image/7960/#more-7960
15 May 2012
Is Your HDTV Under Performing? Here’s a Fix
Every TV has one: a button that zooms in on the picture, or changes the aspect ratio. Sometimes called View Mode, Format, Size, Zoom, or something similar, these modes have a variety of names, but all have the same purpose.
In reality most of the time there is only one “correct” mode, the other modes offering less resolution, possible artifacts, and in a few limited cases, a better picture.
For more, go to:
15 May 2012
VIZIO Takes Home Entertainment Beyond TV With New Blu-ray Players, a Stream Player, Audio Products and Accessories for 2012
VIZIO Takes Home Entertainment Beyond TV With New Blu-ray Players, a Stream Player, Audio Products and Accessories for 2012
-Introductions include an advanced VIZIO Internet Apps Plus® (V.I.A. Plus) enabled 3D Blu-ray player, one that incorporates the latest Google TV experience and DLNA; a V.I.A. Plus powered Stream Player that incorporates the latest Google TV experience and DLNA, and a Skype camera for use with VIZIO Internet-connected TVs
-New audio products include an HDMI-equipped slim-profile 2.1 sound bar and a five-speaker, high-performance iPod®, iPhone® and iPad® compatible audio dock
15 May 2012
Samsung Delivers the Future of Smart TV Now - Smart Interaction, Smart Content, Smart Performance Push the Boundaries of what a TV can do; New Smart Touch Remote Unveiled; New Line of LED backlit TVs
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Future of TV is here. Samsung Electronics America Inc., a market leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, today announced that its highly anticipated 2012 TVs will begin shipping this month in the U.S., beginning with the LED 6-series and higher, as well as the Plasma 6-series and higher.
The new models represent Samsung's fifth generation of Smart TV. While features vary by model, highlights of the products include:
Improved picture quality with Micro Dimming Ultimate and Real Black Pro
Dual-core CPU for quick app launching and task-switching
Integrated camera and noise-canceling microphone
Smart Evolution – to help your TV stay up-to-date with new features
Voice and gesture control, as well as face recognition
AllShare Play with seamless connectivity to other devices and to cloud storage
New Smart Touch Remote and Smart Wireless Keyboard
New roster of exclusive signature services
New browser based on the powerful Webkit engine
"Our goal with this year's models was to truly redefine what a TV can be while providing unprecedented choice to the consumer," said Joe Stinziano, senior vice president, Home Entertainment, Samsung Electronics America. "We have delivered the incredible picture quality and beautiful design that consumers have come to expect from Samsung, as well as seamless connectivity, several new ways to control the TV and exclusive services."
Samsung Smart TVs: Ultimate Connectivity, Content and Control
Samsung's 2012 TVs offer innovative features designed to make it even easier for consumers to enjoy their entertainment experiences.
Voice Control and Gesture Control are available in the LED ES7500, LED ES8000 and Plasma E8000. For example - just say "web browser" to get online, use voice recognition to start a search, and wave a hand to control the mouse cursor and select links. Face Recognition lets each member of the family log in to their Samsung account and automatically sign into Facebook, Twitter and more.
Also new in 2012, the Smart Touch Remote – included with the LED ES7500, LED ES8000 and Plasma E8000 – makes navigating content and channels effortless. The built-in touchpad makes web-surfing a pleasure, while channel and volume buttons are on the edge for easy access. The Smart Touch Remote Control also has a built-in microphone for Smart Interaction commands when the viewer is too far from the TV's built-in microphone.
For those looking for even greater flexibility and control of their Smart TV experience, Samsung's new Smart Wireless Keyboard (sold separately) features a standard-sized keyboard along with touch pad. The keyboard utilizes Bluetooth to connect to the TV and also has an IR emitter to support TV functions. The Smart Wireless Keyboard can also be used with the Galaxy Tab or other mobile devices.
Dramatically Improved Picture Quality
Samsung's 2012 line of Full HD LED and Plasma TVs continue to raise the bar in 2D and 3D picture quality. Samsung's world-class motion clarity lets viewers read the name on the jersey of a player running at top speed, detect tiny details in a rapid-fire video game and capture every bit of the action in the most dynamic car chase.
Samsung's Micro Dimming contrast enhancement will be extended to significantly more LED models this year, beginning with the LED ES6600. Micro Dimming Pro adds color and detail enhancements to the LED ES7500 for superior color and sharp detail. Micro Dimming Ultimate, available on the LED ES8000, analyzes the picture in hundreds of pieces to optimize the LED backlight and video signal for each piece in real time. This leads to a noticeable increase in brightness, richer colors and higher contrast ratio.
All Samsung Plasma TVs will have Samsung's proprietary Real Black Filter, previously only available in premium models, to deliver improved black levels and color contrast. In the higher-end E6500, E7000 and E8000 models, Samsung will incorporate the new Real Black Pro to deliver even better black levels. The technology has an unprecedented ability to absorb external light reflections through an increased wedge depth, which leads to "blacker" blacks, more-realistic pictures and higher color contrast.
With the wealth of user-generated content on video streaming apps like YouTube and Vimeo, Samsung Smart TVs also offer De-Blocking and De-Mosquito picture filters that significantly improve the viewing experience for low resolution video.
Stunning Designs, a New LED Line and the best in entertainment experience
Samsung's 2012 line of Full HD TVs continue to raise the bar in design and picture quality.
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15 May 2012
Apple Brings 1080p High Definition to New Apple TV - New Apple TV Features iTunes Movies and TV Shows, Netflix, Photos & More in HD
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apple® today announced the new Apple TV® featuring 1080p programming including iTunes® movies and TV shows, Netflix, Vimeo, photos and more in HD. With iTunes in the Cloud, customers can purchase and play their favorite movies and TV shows from the iTunes Store® and watch them instantly on their HD TV. The new Apple TV features a simpler, refined user interface making it easier than ever to access your purchased movies, TV shows and music with iTunes Match℠ right from iCloud®. With AirPlay®, users can stream or mirror their favorite content from their iPad® or iPhone® 4S to Apple TV.
"People are going to love streaming movies and TV shows in 1080p with the new Apple TV, and photos look beautiful displayed at the maximum resolution of your TV," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. "Apple TV is easier than ever to use with its new icon-based interface and the ability to access your purchased movies, TV shows and music right from iCloud."
Apple TV users can choose from an incredible selection of programming including over 15,000 movies and over 90,000 TV episodes on the iTunes Store. Apple TV also offers great content from Netflix's streaming catalog, live sports from MLB, NBA and NHL as well as Internet content from Vimeo, YouTube and Flickr.*
With iCloud, you can buy movies and TV shows on Apple TV and watch them on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch®, Mac® or PC. iCloud also stores photos and pushes them wirelessly to all your devices including your HD TV via Apple TV. iCloud provides an incredibly easy way to get instant access to all of your content, no matter which device is being used.
iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users can use AirPlay to stream music, photos and videos from their devices directly to their HD TV with Apple TV. iPhone 4S or iPad users can use AirPlay Mirroring to show the screen of their device right on their HD TV, allowing them to stream web pages, spreadsheets or even games.**
Apple TV makes it easy to enjoy iTunes video, music and photo libraries from your computer right on your HD TV—and with iCloud you can instantly enjoy content that was purchased on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as well. iTunes Match customers can now play their entire music library from iCloud—even songs they've imported from CDs. Users can also control Apple TV with their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using the Remote app, available as a free download on the App Store™ (www.itunes.com/appstore).
Pricing & Availability
Apple TV will be available on Friday, March 16 for a suggested retail price of $99 (US) through the Apple online store, Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. Apple TV requires iTunes 10.5 or later. Apple TV requires an 802.11g/n Wi-Fi network or Ethernet network, a broadband Internet connection and a HD TV capable of 1080p or 720p and an HDMI cable that is sold separately. iTunes movie and TV show availability varies by country. Second generation Apple TV users can install the new Apple TV user interface via a free software update, available today. Third generation Apple TV hardware is required to play 1080p video.
*Content availability varies by country and may require account subscriptions.
**AirPlay requires an iOS device running iOS 4.2 or later. AirPlay Mirroring not supported on original iPad.
Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices with iPad.
15 May 2012
Smartphones, HDTVs Are the Most Planned CE Purchases This Year, According to CEA Study
ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Smartphones and HDTVs are the top consumer electronics (CE) products U.S. households plan to purchase over the next 12 months, according to a new study released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. The 14th Annual Household CE Ownership and Market Potential Study also shows that household penetration rates for tablet computers will see their largest growth this year.
Smartphones will be the most purchased CE device this year. More than one in five (22 percent) U.S. households say they plan to purchase the device in the next 12 months. HDTVs (17 percent) and digital cameras (15 percent) are next on the list. Mobile computing will continue to be a popular purchase this year as well. Both tablet computers and notebook/laptop computers are expected to be purchased by 14 percent of U.S. households.
Tablet computers were also a leading growth category over the past 12 months. U.S. household penetration levels for tablets increased 14 percentage points from last year and represents the largest increase in the industry. Blu-ray players and digital media players also saw double digit growth in household penetration numbers:
Overall U.S. Households Percentage Point Increase Over 2011
Tablet Computers 22% 14%
Blu-ray Players 26% 12%
Digital Media Players 19% 11%
Smartphones 46% 7%
Plasma Flat-panel TVs 32% 6%
e-readers 19% 6%
Internet-enabled TVs 9% 6%
"Consistent with past research and trends we are seeing, tablets and smartphones will continue their dominance in the marketplace over the coming year," said Chris Ely, CEA's manager of industry analysis. "As consumers continue to integrate these mobile connected devices into their everyday lifestyles, we expect to see an increase in ownership of all-in-one devices and related content."
As ownership rates for connected devices increases, more households are subscribing to video rental and streaming services. Nearly 31 million U.S. households (26 percent) will be watching content streamed online and growth will continue this year as nine percent of new households are expected to subscribe to a video rental and steaming service this year.
Televisions remain the most commonly owned CE device, with 99 percent of U.S. households owning at least one TV. The average U.S. household owns 2.9 televisions. Nearly seven in ten (68 percent) U.S. households report owning at least one HDTV. In addition, half (54 percent) of U.S. households report they own at least one LCD TV and approximately one-third (32 percent) report they own at least one plasma TV.
Of the 37 CE devices surveyed, the average U.S. household owns 24, the same number as last year, and spent $961 on consumer electronics over the past 12 months, down more than $200 from last year. The average adult individually reports spending $552 on CE in the past 12 months, down $100.
"The average household continues to own electronics at a high rate, with ownership of all-in-one devices seeing significant growth," said Ely. "Consumers continue to purchase electronics, but we see a decrease in overall spending as they are buying at a bargain, seeking deals and discounts on the devices they desire, and taking advantage of declining price points for certain product categories."
The 14th Annual Household CE Ownership and Market Potential Study (April 2012) was conducted between January 26-30, 2012. It was designed and formulated by CEA Market Research, the most comprehensive source of sales data, forecasts, consumer research and historical trends for the consumer electronics industry. Please cite any information to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. The complete study is available free to CEA member companies at members.CE.org. Non-members may purchase the study for $1,200 at the CEA Store.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the $195 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry. More than 2,000 companies enjoy the benefits of CEA membership, including legislative advocacy, market research, technical training and education, industry promotion, standards development and the fostering of business and strategic relationships. CEA also owns and produces the International CES – The Global Stage for Innovation. All profits from CES are reinvested into CEA's industry services.
15 May 2012
Dolby and Philips Unveil 3D HD Format Capable of Bringing Full HD 3D to Glasses-Free 3D Devices
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) and Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE: PHG; AEX: PHI) today unveiled Dolby® 3D, a 3D HD format and suite of technologies designed to deliver full HD 3D content to 3D-enabled devices, including glasses-free displays. Dolby 3D is being demonstrated at the NAB Show® (April 16–19, 2012) at booth SU1212.
The two leading companies have undertaken the joint project to improve the 3D viewing experience on displays of all sizes, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, and televisions. Dolby 3D is a complete system designed to work throughout the chain to deliver clear glasses-free 3D content that operates over existing distribution systems.
"Philips® has a long history in 3D technologies and video innovation, and Dolby has a proven track record of enabling technologies to enhance entertainment experiences. Together, we identified a business need where we could bring a unique offering to the market that improves the end-user experience," said Ruud Peters, Chief Intellectual Property Officer at Philips. "By unveiling Dolby 3D, we introduce a 3D HD format capable of powering glasses-free 3D displays of any size, enabling broadcasters, operators, content aggregators, and device manufacturers to deliver HD-quality 3D on any device."
Ramzi Haidamus, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Dolby Laboratories, stated: "We believe that Dolby 3D can help drive the adoption of 3D—creating a comfortable, customizable, truly enjoyable glasses-free 3D viewing experience while enhancing 3D display performance. Armed with the innovative glasses-free 3D display technology from Philips, based on years of extensive research and development in the field, we plan to bring the same philosophy to 3D that Dolby has brought to the audio space—integrating our technologies and strengths throughout the entire content chain. Consumers will know that when they see Dolby 3D content on a 3D-enabled device, it will look its very best."
"Dolby and Philips are committed to taking the 3D experience to the next level and delivering a high-quality solution for all 3D display devices, including today's glasses-based devices and tomorrow's glasses-free displays. Working on cutting-edge technology with two leading companies is very exciting, and I'm thrilled to lead this unique joint effort," said Guido Voltolina, General Manager of the joint project.
The focus of the project will be to work with original equipment manufacturers of display panels and entertainment devices to enhance the performance of 3D consumer devices to make viewing of 3D content just as convenient and appealing as viewing of 2D content on a high-quality screen is today. This project is uniquely positioned to enable the industry's adoption of 3D by working on standardization and licensing of the technology.
The Dolby 3D experience will seamlessly integrate into the use cases and viewing patterns of consumers on the go and in the home, making the use of 3D devices an enjoyable daily experience. Content owners and broadcast operators have the unique opportunity to differentiate their offerings by encoding 3D titles in Dolby 3D for maximum fidelity on Dolby 3D enabled devices while maintaining compatibility with existing 3D products. The system will enable a 3D HD format, including tools for 3D content creation and real-time 3D content conversion.
Dolby press contact: Daniel Schneider, Public Relations Manager, Dolby Laboratories, +1-415-558-0738, email@example.com
Philips press contact: Bjorn Teuwsen, Director of Communications, Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, +31-40-27-40588, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Dolby Laboratories
Dolby Laboratories (NYSE:DLB) is the global leader in technologies that are essential elements in the best entertainment experiences. Founded in 1965 and best known for high-quality audio and surround sound, Dolby creates innovations that enrich entertainment at the movies, at home, or on the go. For more information about Dolby Laboratories or Dolby technologies, please visit www.dolby.com.
About Royal Philips Electronics
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people's lives through timely innovations. As a world leader in healthcare, lifestyle and lighting, Philips integrates technologies and design into people-centric solutions, based on fundamental customer insights and the brand promise of "sense and simplicity." Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips employs approximately 122,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries worldwide. With sales of EUR 22.6 billion in 2011, the company is a market leader in cardiac care, acute care and home healthcare, e
27 March 2011
Dish Network, Direct TV, Qwest, Home Theater Surround Sound Systems, and Discount Wall Mounting Services now available!
We have teamed up with Dynamic Audio Video Solutions to provide you with the ultimate discounts in Surround Sound Home Theater and Wall mounting services. Give our rep Nick a call at 480-227-3569 to get his current specials. Make sure to tell him you're a Best Deal In Town customer to get his best discounts! If you're looking to get DirectTV or Dish Network services, he has the best specials and can usually install it as early as the next day!
26 March 2011
HDTV Discount Delivery services now available in Phoenix area!
Our delivery expert on staff here at Best Deal In Town is Ben Holexa. To get a quote on delivery costs, give him a call at 480-201-1563. He can deliver your television, futon, TV stand, or anything else purchased from our store.
25 March 2011
Jeff Hoodzow Named Top HDTV Salesman for Overstock TV's in Phoenix, Arizona!
Congratulations to our top salesman Jeff Hoodzow for this great accomplishment! He led Arizona for open box television sales in all of AZ for 2010!
24 March 2011
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24 March 2011
Tempe TV Sales - Discount Prices!
We just got in a huge shipment of 22"-55" LCD, LED, and Plasma HDTV's. All prices are reduced for March Madness! We are open every day this week from 10-7 (Sundays till 6). Also have discounts on wall mounts and cables! See you soon!
24 March 2011
March Madness HDTV Sale!
We are currently having some of our biggest discounts on our HDTV's this week for our HUGE March Madness Sale! All HDTV's (LED, LCD, and Plasma) have been reduced as well as our universal tilt mount, dual arm articulating mount, and single arm swivel wall mounts. All HDMI cables, VGA cables, fiber optic, component, HDMI to DVI, Coax, and Ethernet (Cat5) cables have been reduced because of the sale. From our store in Tempe, we are able to service all customers in the Greater Phoenix area from west valley cities such as Glendale, Buckeye, Surprise, Tolleson, and Avondale to the East Valley Cities of Mesa, Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Cave Creek, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and everywhere else! Pick up your next television through Best Deal In Town! We hope to see you soon.
16 March 2011
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09 December 2008
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