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50" Samsung UN50JS7000 4K SUHD Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

iconian 47,366 61,366 January 29, 2016 at 04:01 PM in 4K TVs (10) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 01-30-2016 by Randy71 at 08:58 AM View Original Post
eBay Deal of the Day has 50" Samsung UN50JS7000 4K SUHD Smart LED HDTV on sale for $649.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Smart TV + WiFi
  • Full Array Backlit
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Component

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Written by Randy71

Our research indicates that this 50" Samsung UN50JS7000 4K SUHD Smart LED HDTV is $148 less (18.5% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $798.

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$650 + Free shipping

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Smart TV + WiFi
  • Full Array Backlit
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Component
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Awesome.

TD had that firesale of the 55 incher for 700 several days ago/week back. I wish I had the extra money but I tap out at $ 500 Stick Out Tongue

I'd like to have a 10 bit panel just to test it out. EDIT: Probably not 10 bit Frown
This one has HDR too.

I won't mind the 60hz at this price point of that size and tv's feature set.
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Last edited by tubers777 January 29, 2016 at 05:06 PM
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Awesome gaming TV, which it has 24p to consider
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60hz PASS!!!

edit: for now there is NO TV that can produce 4K Content at over 60hz.
I was talking about the TV's refresh rate at 60 HZ.
better TVs can provide 120 hz refresh rate.
more information WHY this is critical: (judder)
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...?uxtv=aecb
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Last edited by condemned5 February 2, 2016 at 05:42 PM
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This TV got good reviews for gaming but horrible ratings on movies on rtings.com
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I liked the Vizio M50 and M55 better than this for the money. For movies the Vizio M series is much better.


This Samsung had poor Black Level, poor Contrast Ratio, and a lot of motion Judder.

Pass
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its a good start but I'm sure you can do better eBay.. Let us see some 55/60 inch SUHD/3D deals
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after glancing through the rtings review I thought it would be pretty good as a monitor: IPS and 4:4:4- but then I noticed in the contrast section that the 50" and 60" models are NOT ips.
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Quote from sd4shane View Post :
Awesome gaming TV, which it has 24p to consider
how can this be a good gaming TV at 60hz ??? I thought it had to be 120 or 240 refresh to eliminate blur and smear to be a good gaming TV? ?? have I been looking for the wrong TV this whole time ?? I HATE it when playing FPS the screen smears and blurs when I look left or right and thought the higher the refresh rate, the less of that crap I get ??? help, I'm confused !!!
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how can this be a good gaming TV at 60hz ??? I thought it had to be 120 or 240 refresh to eliminate blur and smear to be a good gaming TV? ?? have I been looking for the wrong TV this whole time ?? I HATE it when playing FPS the screen smears and blurs when I look left or right and thought the higher the refresh rate, the less of that crap I get ??? help, I'm confused !!!
AFAIK, blur/smear is a different trait but I won't be surprised if blur/smear is related to refresh rate:

http://www.rtings.com/?uxtv=234a

rtings rate blur/smear differently (judder).

AFAIK You can have a 60 fps panel that doesn't smear as much/leave trails as much (TN panels).

PS4/X1/mid to "lower high end" PC gaming can be fine for 60 FPS.
"Lower high end" meaning ULTRA settings, AA variable, at 1080p 60 FPS. AFAIK even Witcher 3, everything maxed out even AA, might not produce a rock stable, no dips below 60 FPS with a GTX 970 3.5/4GB GB.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq89SobZuxc

AFAIK 120hz Native panels are more for less/no judder for 24p playback because 120hz is divisible by 120.. unless you have beefy GPUs for high end gaming that looks pretty (way above CSGO graphics) and does up to 120hz.

AFAIK PS4/X1 don't really do 120hz on most AAA games. Even with the PS4 VR headset it's some sort f TV interpolation thing (reporjection?) than "true" 120hz.

Bloodborne isn't stable 30FPS but at 1080p
Halo 5 isn't stable 60 FPS in campaign at least (not even true 1080p [dynamic res])

... There's also input lag to consider that's different from judder, etc. and IMO more important that some judder.
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Last edited by tubers777 January 29, 2016 at 07:00 PM
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AFAIK, blur/smear is a different trait but I won't be surprised if blur/smear is related to refresh rate:

http://www.rtings.com/?uxtv=234a

rtings rate blur/smear differently (judder).

AFAIK You can have a 60 fps panel that doesn't smear as much/leave trails as much (TN panels).

PS4/X1/mid to "lower high end" PC gaming can be fine for 60 FPS.
"Lower high end" meaning ULTRA settings, AA variable, at 1080p 60 FPS. AFAIK even Witcher 3, everything maxed out even AA, might not produce a rock stable, no dips below 60 FPS with a GTX 970 3.5/4GB GB.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq89SobZuxc

AFAIK 120hz Native panels are more for less/no judder for 24p playback because 120hz is divisible by 120.. unless you have beefy GPUs for high end gaming that looks pretty (way above CSGO graphics) and does up to 120hz.

AFAIK PS4/X1 don't really do 120hz on most AAA games. Even with the PS4 VR headset it's some sort f TV interpolation thing (reporjection?) than "true" 120hz.

Bloodborne isn't stable 30FPS but at 1080p
Halo 5 isn't stable 60 FPS in campaign at least (not even true 1080p [dynamic res])

... There's also input lag to consider that's different from judder, etc. and IMO more important that some judder.
so response rate is less apt to cause this than refresh rate ? Am I better getting a TV with a 3-5 ms RESPONSE rate or a TV that has 120-240 REFRESH rate...THANKS for your help !
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so response rate is less apt to cause this than refresh rate ? Am I better getting a TV with a 3-5 ms RESPONSE rate or a TV that has 120-240 REFRESH rate...THANKS for your help !
Normally tv's don't have that low of a response time. Usually reserved for monitors. Unless that's changed in the last year or two.
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so response rate is less apt to cause this than refresh rate ? Am I better getting a TV with a 3-5 ms RESPONSE rate or a TV that has 120-240 REFRESH rate...THANKS for your help !
IDK. Personally, I don't really look at response time because AFAIK each manufacturer comes up with their own testing methodology to reach that number.. probably similar to advertised contrast ratios.

Input lag and ghosting/judder tests from certain sites, I'd prioritize over advertised response times/contrast ratios.

AFAIK some of those can be useful like how 178/178 viewing angles are usually IPS while 176/176 can more be VAs for that specific models.

Billion colors vs 16.X million colors might signify about panel bits.

I'm not really an expert so I hope someone here chimes in.

TL;DR, check rtings and pick a high rated Video Games (input lag) and Sports (judder).. and if gonna use as decent 4K monitor, make sure it does 4:4:4 chroma at 60hz and make sure you have the appropriate video card.

~50 inch best at top by Rtings

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...?uxtv=234a

JS7000 rtings review:

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...?uxtv=234a

JS7000 is 9.4 for Motion Blur. It handles motion well according to them:

Input lag is decent as it's only 27.4. Cheaper M50-C1 is better as that's only ~18 ms though.

also... don't just use rtings. scour other sources.
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Last edited by tubers777 January 29, 2016 at 07:27 PM
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