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49" Sceptre U500CV-UMK 4K UHD 2160p 60Hz LED HDTV $349.99
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anyone have any feedback on this?
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I'm not familiar with their TV's, but I really liked the Sceptre computer monitors I had years ago. I went ahead and sprung for one of these (to replace my 32 inch hdtv). The 4k hdtv was 349.99, went for a 3-year warranty for 36 dollars, and then tax of 28 dollars, totaling 413.99. Having it shipped to the store near me.

Edit: there are some video reviews of the tv on youtube, which is kinda cool (did a search for sceptre 4k hdtv), and they seem to like it.
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no clue if this TV is even worth $350, but I love that these cost effective 4K TVs are being made. this will only help push for more 4K content. I recently purchased a 55" RCA 4K (60Hz, 120Hz for 1080p) for $500. I have nothing to hook up to it that's 4K, but all my 1080p signals looks beautiful on it. amazing for $500. regular price too at MicroCenter.
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Real curious how some of these lesser brand tvs, like scepter and RCA, are going to hold up. Yes, they are cheap, but are they going to last long enough to reap the savings?
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Quote from Fenicus View Post :
I'm not familiar with their TV's, but I really liked the Sceptre computer monitors I had years ago. I went ahead and sprung for one of these (to replace my 32 inch hdtv). The 4k hdtv was 349.99, went for a 3-year warranty for 36 dollars, and then tax of 28 dollars, totaling 413.99. Having it shipped to the store near me.

please let us know how it worked out
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Quote from longdongsilver View Post :
Real curious how some of these lesser brand tvs, like scepter and RCA, are going to hold up. Yes, they are cheap, but are they going to last long enough to reap the savings?

I'm betting the same.. seems a lot of the off brand TV's or lesser ones at that cheap out soly on power supplies.. I have yet to see one get passed energy star rating sure that's a crappy rating system however it can easily tell ya if your tv is gonna last or not just by how much energy its using.. these prob use about what 25-30+ dollars a year in electricity which don't get me wrong isn't bad but look at the higher end sets they are like 10 or so that tells me how efficient they really are and if they are gonna die sooner rather than later.. however I had a haier since 2011 bf up till a few months ago and it did great till the powersupply chip blew its self apart and it died after that.. I def got my use out of the tv at that age and what I spent 280 for a 42 back a couple years ago was great..
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Quote from cobra11murderer View Post :
I'm betting the same.. seems a lot of the off brand TV's or lesser ones at that cheap out soly on power supplies.. I have yet to see one get passed energy star rating sure that's a crappy rating system however it can easily tell ya if your tv is gonna last or not just by how much energy its using.. these prob use about what 25-30+ dollars a year in electricity which don't get me wrong isn't bad but look at the higher end sets they are like 10 or so that tells me how efficient they really are and if they are gonna die sooner rather than later.. however I had a haier since 2011 bf up till a few months ago and it did great till the powersupply chip blew its self apart and it died after that.. I def got my use out of the tv at that age and what I spent 280 for a 42 back a couple years ago was great..
My 2007 Westinghouse LTV-32w6 is still running strong, and parts are cheap if I ever need them. Lots of people will say the same, others will say they died quick - I'd say if one of the cheap sets lasts longer than its warranty, it was a bargain.

Power consumption can be a decent litmus test, but you need to take different features into account - smart functionality, type of backlighting, panel technology will all play into consumption. Cool electronics will always live longer...
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Quote from VinnieD4752 View Post :
anyone have any feedback on this?
Vinnie, my sis and dad have this brand but theirs is just the 1080p 60 hz version. 40" & 32"
3 years give or take a month, no problems so far. The picture is beautiful, bright and rich colors *almost* as good as my plasma.
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Quote from PrplHaz4 View Post :
My 2007 Westinghouse LTV-32w6 is still running strong, and parts are cheap if I ever need them. Lots of people will say the same, others will say they died quick - I'd say if one of the cheap sets lasts longer than its warranty, it was a bargain.

Power consumption can be a decent litmus test, but you need to take different features into account - smart functionality, type of backlighting, panel technology will all play into consumption. Cool electronics will always live longer...
Depends on the warranty though. What is a standard warranty nowadays? 1 year? I paid $600 for my 42 inch samsung 6 years ago. At this point, assuming I was getting a year out of a lower end tv, I would need to have paid an average of $100 each for 6 tvs to equal the value that I have gotten from the Samsung thus far. And it is still going strong with tons of use daily. That price point is only going to get less as time goes on. For my money, its a no brainer.
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Thanks OP! Was going to spend about as much for a 27" Korean IPS, but even though I'm sure gammut isn't as good, 4k on anything less than 32" seems insane to me. Going to mount and replace my PC monitor. Editing 4k on a 1080p screen is... challenging.
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Quote from arrogantworks View Post :
no clue if this TV is even worth $350, but I love that these cost effective 4K TVs are being made. this will only help push for more 4K content. I recently purchased a 55" RCA 4K (60Hz, 120Hz for 1080p) for $500. I have nothing to hook up to it that's 4K, but all my 1080p signals looks beautiful on it. amazing for $500. regular price too at MicroCenter.
I have the same RCA but there is no real 120hz input. It's only the 120hz motion compensation. Basically a 60hz screen since the motion compensation has the lip sync problem that a lot of motion compensation tv's have.
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Quote from lattiboy View Post :
Thanks OP! Was going to spend about as much for a 27" Korean IPS, but even though I'm sure gammut isn't as good, 4k on anything less than 32" seems insane to me. Going to mount and replace my PC monitor. Editing 4k on a 1080p screen is... challenging.
You made a mistake. You should have gone with the Korean IPS monitor. This TV is 4:2:0 chroma subsampling at 4K 60Hz. Essentially, it will have the color data of a 1080p screen and fine details/text will be blurry as hell, especially if you're sitting up close and looking at a 49" screen.
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Hmm..

So this or the 55" Toshiba?
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Quote from Fenicus View Post :
I'm not familiar with their TV's, but I really liked the Sceptre computer monitors I had years ago. I went ahead and sprung for one of these (to replace my 32 inch hdtv). The 4k hdtv was 349.99, went for a 3-year warranty for 36 dollars, and then tax of 28 dollars, totaling 413.99. Having it shipped to the store near me.

Edit: there are some video reviews of the tv on youtube, which is kinda cool (did a search for sceptre 4k hdtv), and they seem to like it.
I will say the Sceptre monitor I had was a pretty good bang-for-the-buck monitor back in the day.

I didn't have it too long before upgrading, but it was nice.
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