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TCL 55US5800 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Built in Roku Smart Full Array LED TV (2016 Model) - $548 B&M Walmart

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Last Edited by annie930ny April 26, 2016 at 10:32 PM
Saw this at my walmart attached a picture. Brand new for those looking for a 4K 55" TV on a budget. Full array LED backlit, built in roku, has that 120Hz clear motion. Obviously no HDR at this price point.

Walmart B&M only, does not show up on their website.

Store Locator: http://www.walmart.com/store/finder

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http://www.tclusa.com/currentmodels/55us5800/

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http://www.amazon.com/TCL-55US580...B01BGC39VM
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Not bad, especially if you value the builtin Roku. The other recent 55" 4k deals are arguably better. If I wasn't waiting for a great 60" or HDR deal, I might go with this. Having to visit the bizarre world that is my Walmart in event of a return is a major, major downside, though.
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No bad, especially if you value the builtin Roku. The other recent 55" 4k deals are arguably better. If I wasn't waiting for a great 60" or HDR deal, I might go with this. Having to visit the bizarre world that is my Walmart in event of a return is major, major downside, though.
Yea, i need 60" I saw a 60" and a 55" next to each other and that 5" is a big difference lol OMG and people who say other wise are just lying to themselves. prob same people who say its how you use it.

I was thinking of getting it for now and when a deal on a 60-70" comes around ill move it to the bedroom
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Nice store pic. Fresh off the pallet jack. lol
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I know there were some Samsung panels in previous TCL TVs. Not sure who makes this panel.
Seems like a decent deal on a 55" 4k w/Roku!

MSRP is $599

Found this elsewhere:
Refresh Rate: Native – 60Hz. Effective – 120Hz Clear Motion Index.
Backlight: Full Array LED w/ 28 Active zones.
HDMI Inputs: Four HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 (one has HDMI ARC).
USB Inputs: One (for connecting media).
Other Inputs: RF, Composite, Optical Audio Out, Headphone Jack,
Energy Star Compliant
1 Year Mfr Warranty

http://www.tclusa.com/currentmodels/55us5800/
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Last edited by tmanXX April 26, 2016 at 05:06 PM
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Thanks OP, been waiting a while for these to hit B&M. Hopefully it's as nice as the $400 1080p set I picked up at Costco last week. I was really surprised how it compared to my 3yr old Panasonic set.
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picked one up at Walmart. thanks. I was just looking for a TV for our new apt just this morning. and saw your post Smilie
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Which Walmart has it? mine did not in Palo Alto
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does it make people feel MIDDLE CLASS if they have a 50" or above hdtv/uhdtv?
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Quote from gbxx69 View Post :
does it make people feel MIDDLE CLASS if they have a 50" or above hdtv/uhdtv?
nah...these days you have to have at least a 70" to be MIDDLE CLASS...wave
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Quote from gbxx69 View Post :
does it make people feel MIDDLE CLASS if they have a 50" or above hdtv/uhdtv?
no it makes the living room a good place for the family to watch a movie.

basement dwellers wouldn't know what that's like. also 50" is nothing nowadays. even people on welfare has 50" TVs
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it is an interesting commentary of priorities on how to spend time (and money)than it is on class these days.
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Quote from ChrisM5385 View Post :
Thanks OP, been waiting a while for these to hit B&M. Hopefully it's as nice as the $400 1080p set I picked up at Costco last week. I was really surprised how it compared to my 3yr old Panasonic set.
which TV did you get at Costco?
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not showing up in store finder anywhere near me
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Not a bad deal, but I'd recommend the Panasonic for $50 more over this one.. although it's not a "real" Panasonic, it's a budget outsource, it does have real 120Hz and a USB 3.0 for 4k video playback. Otherwise, if you can't afford $50 more, then I'd take this over the cheap LG's out there every day of the week and twice on Sundays.
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