Year End HDTV Blowout! TCL 1080p 40-Inch LCD for $299.99- 54% Off
For those of you looking for cheap big screen LCD for a den, playroom, grandma or anyone, this deal is red hot. Not only is this Full HD set under three hundred bucks ($650 retail), it comes with a 2-year in-home factory warranty and free shipping . Wait there more! Check out Amazon’s technical specs:
- Plug-and-Play Compatibility for More Entertainment Options
- Numerous Inputs and Outputs
- Enhanced Picture and Sound Quality
- Channel Labeling and Sleep Timer for Ease of Use
- Efficient Design Saves Money and Energy
Was that helpful? Seriously the TCL L40FHDF12TA has a long list of inputs and more features listed after the read more.
TCL is a large Chinese HDTV maker with its US offices in California. This TCL L40FHDF12TA is 40-Inch 1080p 60Hz LCD and includes three HDMI inputs, a PC input, two component video inputs with audio, one S-Video/audio, One composite video/audio and a USB input. Features include backlight control, room light sensor and input labeling.
We not seen this product so we can’t provide a comment on the picture quality, however it’s no problem. Why? This HDTV is being sold by Amazon direct with a 30 day return policy. THEY pay the return freight if you are not happy with the set. Its a win-win. Want more?
If you seek a longer warranty, Amazon is offering a SquareTrade 4-Year (total length) Warranty for $42.39
We recommend and affiliate (we may earn a small commission on referred sales) with Amazon because they have among the best HDTV policies in the industry including a 14 day low price guarantee and 30 Day returns with free return freight. They stand behind their sales. Note: prices are correct as of posting and may change at any time, please verify with our links; Most states do not collect sales tax on Amazon orders [with the exceptions of [CO, KS, KY, NY, ND & WA]. You always must pay sales tax when buying at any brick and mortar store. Should you buy an HDTV from on-line or from a retail store? Learn all the pros and cons in our article here.
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