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43" Sceptre U435CV-UMC 4K UHD LED HDTV EXPIRED

delz4stelz 1,926 13,933 December 10, 2015 at 08:12 PM in 4K TVs (8) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 12-11-2015 by brisar at 10:48 AM View Original Post
Walmart.com has 43" Sceptre U435CV-UMC 4K Ultra HD 2160p LED HDTV on sale for $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sukr4deelz

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1 (Dynamic)
  • Response Time: 6.5ms
  • Viewing Angles: 178 H / 178 V
  • Connectors:
  • 4x HDMI
  • 1x Composite
  • 1x Component
  • 1x USB

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See manufacturer's page for detailed information about this HDTV. - brisar

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Edited December 11, 2015 at 05:59 AM by wuzzy
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43" Sceptre U435CV-UMC 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED HDTV $249.99
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre...K/46867816

49" Sceptre U500CV-UMK 4K Ultra HD 60Hz Class LED HDTV $349.99
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre...ethod=p13n
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Last Edited by bozo8787 December 22, 2015 at 11:10 PM
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43" Sceptre U435CV-UMC 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED HDTV $249.99


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So does that make it a faux-K TV?

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#4
Awesome deal for those that can accept in being faux 4K. I took mines back because my OCD wouldn't let it die. Rather put the money toward a real RGB pixel set that can produce all the colors from every pixel.
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Last edited by timlot December 11, 2015 at 02:57 AM
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I am using this for my monitor in full 4k and it's amazing. The 4:2:0 chroma isn't as bad as people make it out to be. Unless you do a ridiculous amount of text work, then I might see it be an issue.

For me, I browse, edit videos, 3d work, music mixing/recording and I couldn't be happier for the price!
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I just got this tv and it's great but it will NOT do 4k@60hz with my AMD 390x card or I think *ANY* AMD card.

Going to return it. If you have an AMD card and want to do 4k @ > 30hz, then avoid this tv.
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omg, here we go again...
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#8
Make sure your graphics card supports HDMI 2.0 if you want to run it at 60hz in 4k! Have a GTX970 and thinking about getting one
Is it still only mid-high end NVIDIA cards that do?

Edit: looks like this is a lower quality RGBW panel.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/rg...084189.htm
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Last edited by LucasL7968 December 11, 2015 at 01:58 AM
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So pretty safe to say that my 270x wouldn't actually be able push this to 60hz? I'd love to use something this size as a monitor and every time these cheap 4k TVs pop up I'm tempted. Then I find out they'd be lacking as a monitor, and I really have no use for a TV this size as an actual TV.
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Quote from timlot View Post :
Awesome deal for those that can accept in being faux 4K. I took mines back because my OCD wouldn't let it die. Rather put the money toward a real RGB pixel set that can produce all the colors from every pixel.
So does that make it a faux-K TV?
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#11
That is what some review sites and Samsung are calling LGs RGBW design. Because they introduce the white sub pixels, it has a few less RGB pixels. Many believe that makes it closer to a 3k or faux k if you will. The white pixels obviously cannot produce color, and by one standard they don't count towards the pixel count. There are however benefits to the design and if you are using the TV as a TV at typical TV distances(not a PC monitor) you will never noticed unless you have super human eyes. And I'd like to add this was only confirmed on the 43". The 49" is assumed to use the same panel design, but not proven.
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#12
Looks like a great deal, my only issue would be the 3HDMI. Not being a smart TV really shouldn't sell a tv these days considering the "cheaper" smart tv's have horrible wireless receivers in them and you are better off watching netflix off apple tv or other device.
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#13
Scepter disagrees. Are they lying?


Quote :
TechnicalSupport Comment from TechnicalSupport - 12/9/2015

You are misinformed. Sceptre TVs are real 4K panels and not RGBW. They do YUV and RGB 4:4:4 at full color.
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#14
Oh I see. OP linked to the older Sceptre 49". That model was last year's BF bargain. The U505 is this year's model. The U435 and the U505 both have 4 HDMI. 3 are 2.0 complaint. 1 at 1.4 with ARC
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Anybody succeeded in doing a price match for previous fp deal that was $10 more?
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