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    • CommentTimeJun 8th 2013 edited
    I was curious as to what interest, if any, sales people have seen in 4K TV's?  
    What would commission be on say an overpriced Sony, and if they still have sales people who are forced to do TV schematics, who would be the lucky one chosen to have to set up the Demo unit?

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    • CommentTimeJun 8th 2013
    The supervisors better be the ones setting up the demos. Salesmen can help out but at least supervisors get paid hourly. The Merch Sup get's paid double the hourly of the sales sups. So he/she should be the one setting up demos.
    • CommentTimeJun 8th 2013
    It's so cheap too. Probably pays $10. Upsell some monster cables

    • CommentTimeJul 1st 2013
    65in Sony XBR 4K has just over $100 in commission in it. Sony has been setting up these demos, as well as increasing the frequency of their own employees in the stores to answer questions and whatnot.
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    You are wrong when you say it is overpriced. Go look at other maker's 4k and then come say Sony's is expensive whenever the other's are like twice and nowhere near the quality. Also , from what I know, the commission is not that high for a tv of that price(for some reason).
    • CommentTimeJul 8th 2013
    One has to wonder if 4k is the next 3D TV. Or the next Sony Betamax... Given that 3D TV is all but dead, and there's very little 4k content, you'd be wasting your money buying one of these right now.  
    One more thing....Sony IS overpriced
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    Actually movie wise at the moment you are correct.However , anything on that tv gets upscaled to 4k. So regular tv might not be exactly 4k but looks much better than regular HD.

    Actually no, compare it to Samsung's LED and it is actually less and much better color. We did a color test and Samsung's sucked and it was twice the base model of Sony's. The one who is lower priced than both and at pretty good quality is LG. Depending on the day you purchase it.