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50" Samsung UN50J6300 1080p Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

DJ3xclusive 20,938 94,903 April 15, 2016 at 08:00 AM in Tech & Electronics (8) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 04-16-2016 by brisar at 04:44 AM View Original Post
BuyDig via eBay has 50" Samsung UN50J6300 1080p Smart LED HDTV on sale for $499. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Motion Rate: 120Hz
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Audio
    • 1x Digital Audio Out
    • 1x Ethernet

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Written by brisar

Has earned 4.4 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on 419 customer reviews at Amazon. - brisar

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Edited April 15, 2016 at 11:50 AM by mlacey3
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I don't math often but I think you mean $10

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#3
Nice deal. I was just looking for a smart TV around this size from a reputable brand and this came up. There was no tax or shipping charged, so that made it even sweeter.
I nearly pulled the trigger on that LG from the front page, but it only had 2 HDMI ports and no "smart" interface, whereas this one had 4 HDMI.
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$1 per inch for an average tv based on reviews. Isn't this standard pricing in the up to 55" range? Seems like the Vizio on the frontpage is a much better deal. Samsung markups are notorious.
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#5
Is it better to buy a 1080 LED TV with 120Hz or a 4K LED TV with only 60Hz?
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Quote from srisri1966 View Post :
Is it better to buy a 1080 LED TV with 120Hz or a 4K LED TV with only 60Hz?
get the 1080p with 120MHz.
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Quote from Abomlol View Post :
$1 per inch for an average tv based on reviews. Isn't this standard pricing in the up to 55" range? Seems like the Vizio on the frontpage is a much better deal. Samsung markups are notorious.
I don't math often but I think you mean $10
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Quote from jackbauer24 View Post :
get the 1080p with 120MHz.
Is this tv real 120 MHz or it's actually 60 MHz ?
I'm wondering if Xbox gaming is any good on it
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Quote from Binar View Post :
Is this tv real 120 MHz or it's actually 60 MHz ?
I'm wondering if Xbox gaming is any good on it
This is real 120Hz.
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#10
Does this kind of tv last for years?
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Quote from jbacmafi View Post :
Does this kind of tv last for years?
we've had our Samsung lcd for 9 years just about. definitely doesn't have features like Smartv or apps...but still looks better than a projection tv. I think we paid 2200 back then for a 42". I found my 55" led Vizio with 120 1080p for 460 at Sam's. so...with that all being said...I'm surprised how good the picture is on Vizio
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#12
man these prices keep dropping and dropping. Now's a great time to buy a tv. Unfortunately Im planning on moving next year, so it wouldnt be wise for me
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Quote from jbacmafi View Post :
Does this kind of tv last for years?
Short answer is yes.

I have an old 40" Samsung LCD that I bought in 2006 when 1080p first came out, and my wife and I still watch it almost nightly with a great picture and sound. I bought a 55" 1080p 240 hz LED five years ago for the living room and I still get compliments on how nice the picture looks.

Note: I did have a string of pixels go out on the 40" about 6 months after I bought it, but everything was covered under the manufacture's warranty.
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Quote from Abomlol View Post :
$1 per inch for an average tv based on reviews. Isn't this standard pricing in the up to 55" range? Seems like the Vizio on the frontpage is a much better deal. Samsung markups are notorious.
This TV has an awesome picture quality. I actually had the Vizio E50-C1 and returned it for this one. The Vizio wasn't bad, it just ent as good as the Samsung. I also have the 55" version of the Samsung, when the wife compared the two she said "we should have gotten both Samsung ". The colors just pop more on the Samsung.
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Quote from yoyobabyyo View Post :
This is real 120Hz.
It's not real 120. This is a 60 MHz panel with 120 Truemotion.
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