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Amazon's Black Friday Sale Begins: See What's On Offer

Amazon's Black Friday Sale is finally here. Here are some of the best deals on now.
We've had our fingers poised over our keyboards long enough in anticipation of Amazon's Black Friday Sale, which went live at midnight and will last until 25 November.

LED Deals: Panasonic 50-inch TC-L50EM5 1080p HDTV: $549.99 shipped

Sometimes we don't want to admit it, but price really matters when it comes to buying up AV equipment. In fact, it can be the deciding factor between a great HDTV and a not-so-great HDTV.

However, you don't have to let price trump performance, especially when there are so many great deals to be had. If you're willing to go without some of the bells and whistles, you can have a great TV for cheap.

For instance, we found Panasonic discounting a very nice, very large LED HDTV. At last peek, the manufacturer was selling the 50-inch TC-L50EM5 1080p LED HDTV for a mere $549.99. This is $150 off the TV's MSRP, and even includes free shipping right to your front door.

This is sort of a no-frills set, which basically means that it doesn't have 3D or web streaming features. However, it does have a full 1080p HD image, edge-lit LED and a game mode. If you currently don't have a 1080p TV, this offers a nice upgrade for your sports, movies and even your favorite TV shows.

If web streaming is important, it's a definite possibility here. This 50-incher makes the perfect centerpiece for any home theater, if you want to hook a Blu-ray player or a Roku box (or both) to one of the set's two HDMI inputs. It also has a USB port and a PC input. For more information on the TC-L50EM5, check out Panasonic's main product page:

At last peek, Panasonic was offering free shipping on this purchase. However, there's no word on how long the manufacturer will be offering this exact TV or this price. It's one of the company's 2012 models, so you'd better snag one before all of the sets and the deals are gone!

Please note: all deals posted on Big Picture Big Sound are current as of the posting date and time. These deals are frequently time- or stock-limited and generally do not last. Final pricing and stock are determined by the individual deal provider, not by Big Picture Big Sound so you will need to click through on the offer link to see if it is still available. Through our affiliate relationships with many online vendors, Big Picture Big Sound may earn a small commission on any referred sale.

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