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55" Samsung UN55EH6000 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV + $400 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

iconian 43,895 April 16, 2013 at 03:18 PM in Free Shipping (6) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 04-16-2013 at 05:28 PM View Original Post
Dell Home has 55" Samsung UN55EH6000 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV + $400 Dell eGift Card for $998 with free shipping. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Tuners: QAM, ATSC/NTSC
  • Contrast Ratio (Dynamic): 5,000,000:1
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite Video
    • 1x 3.5mm Audio Out
    • 1x TOSlink

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Edited April 16, 2013 at 03:21 PM by iconian
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$998 with free shipping

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Tuners: QAM, ATSC/NTSC
  • Contrast Ratio (Dynamic): 5,000,000:1
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite Video
    • 1x 3.5mm Audio Out
    • 1x TOSlink

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#46
How strong is this TV?
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#47
Quote from darkhunter View Post :
How strong is this TV?
It's in a league with Bud Spencer but not going to beat anybody Hulk Hogan and up. I would say it's at least 1,000,000:1.
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#48
Quote from geniv View Post :
that cnet review doesn't seem too good on the TV.

but then again this set is priced accordingly. seems like the only thing going for it is the size.

Cnet review of this TV is useless, and quite misleading. Go to the AVSforums and see what the real enthusiasts have to say about this TV once calibrated.

basically the stock calibration settings from the factory SUCK, but once it is PROPERLY calibrated, this TV's picture cannot be beaten in it's price range.

Feature set is lacking however.
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#49
Quote from nealoc187 View Post :
Cnet review of this TV is useless, and quite misleading. Go to the AVSforums and see what the real enthusiasts have to say about this TV once calibrated.

basically the stock calibration settings from the factory SUCK, but once it is PROPERLY calibrated, this TV's picture cannot be beaten in it's price range.

Feature set is lacking however.

But, but.... It doesn't get Netflix.Big Grin

So it must suck.laugh out loud
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#50
Quote from darkhunter View Post :
How strong is this TV?
Its 3.7" deep without the stand! Its a BEEFCAKE! I doubt you'll see it benching it's own tech spec weight, But a line drive from a wii-remote, no problem!
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#51
What a pain!!

Quote from highonfire View Post :
yep. got screwed the same way selling a very rare forza DLC xbox 360 code about a year ago. I stupidly sent the code via ebay message. The buyer said the code didn't work and filed a case w ebay. I contacted microsoft and had them verify the code was redeemed within the hour of my sending it from someone in the state the buyer was located in, so obviously he lied and stole it. Ebay didn't care and refunded him the money and I was out about $150. I no longer sell digital goods on ebay and try to avoid ebay all together now. When I send any item valued at over $100 now i even go as far as to bring the unoppened box with item to post office and video record me putting it in the box,sealing it, afiixing the label and handing off to a worker at the counter
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#52
Unless I'm reading this incorrectly, it seems that eBay does not allow electronic gift card selling. Does that mean that they don't offer seller protection? It honestly could break the deal for some people (including me). Site: http://pages.ebay.com/help/policies/gift.html

Also keep in mind that tax will be about $80-$100.
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#53
Any 60 or 65" Smart LEDs on Dell with GC?

Thanks in advance.

This time I am going to bite and buy a laptop with the GC.
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#54
I own this TV. Purchased it from Amazon a few months ago for $799. No complaints so far. I know it isn't the ultra slim type LED TV but I liked the idea of a more uniform back-light as a result of it being back-lit rather than edge-lit. Plus, not that it matters... but the sound is pretty decent for a TV.
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#55
Thoughts between this and the LG one on the frontpage for 700 from Walmart?

http://slickdeals.net/f/5971320-LG-55LS4500-55-1080p-120Hz-Edge-2D-LED-1-4-ultra-slim-HDTV-698?v=1

LG is slim, not SMART, 2d, 120HZ (although forums say you can't turn this off, but acts like a 60hz aka no soap opera effect)
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#56
Quote from fsyowad View Post :
Better way is to buy something tangible with the giftcard and sell it on craigslist.
LOL craigslist... talk about sketchy. Pssst, hey buddy, you got any crack with that laptop? EEK!

Ebay is fine. Make sure you make a scan or printout of the card for your records and then PHYSICALLY MAIL it with tracking to the address of the person that bought it and you send to their confirmed address with the proper amount of insurance.

Ebay and PayPal have TONS of built in seller protections. Just follow the rules and you're golden.
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#57
Thanks! In for 1 - after reading the 75+ pages on AVS forums in the past couple weeks, I feel that this is the best LED TV in its price range (if you don't care for 3d or Smart func's), and as others have said, since it's direct lit instead of edge lit.

Here's hoping i get a good panel *crosses fingers*
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#58
Quote from Wixman View Post :
LOL craigslist... talk about sketchy. Pssst, hey buddy, you got any crack with that laptop? EEK!

Ebay is fine. Make sure you make a scan or printout of the card for your records and then PHYSICALLY MAIL it with tracking to the address of the person that bought it and you send to their confirmed address with the proper amount of insurance.

Ebay and PayPal have TONS of built in seller protections. Just follow the rules and you're golden.
You must live in Beirut .
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#59
Grabbed this TV the last time around. Once calibrated it's fantastic. I do agree that the first time you turn it on it looks like crap. Viewing angles are definitly an issue (if you are off to the side you'll get a washed out pic). If all you're looking for is a solid 55in without silly apps and 3D you won't find one better than this at the price. I flipped my dell gift cards at raise.com without issue. Much easier than e-bay (they do take a 15%cut Frown ).
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#60
Quote from highonfire View Post :
yep. got screwed the same way selling a very rare forza DLC xbox 360 code about a year ago. I stupidly sent the code via ebay message. The buyer said the code didn't work and filed a case w ebay. I contacted microsoft and had them verify the code was redeemed within the hour of my sending it from someone in the state the buyer was located in, so obviously he lied and stole it. Ebay didn't care and refunded him the money and I was out about $150. I no longer sell digital goods on ebay and try to avoid ebay all together now. When I send any item valued at over $100 now i even go as far as to bring the unoppened box with item to post office and video record me putting it in the box,sealing it, afiixing the label and handing off to a worker at the counter

that is why I stopped selling on eBay.. got burned twice after 10 year on there @ 100% rating.. 2 buyers reported me and I lost money..
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