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Promoted 06-01-2016 by Randy71 at 04:15 PM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has 49" LG 49UH6100 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $200 Dell eGift Card on sale for $599.99. Shipping is free. Thanks the-whiner

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (TruMotion)
  • Connectors:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite Video / Component Video (Shared)
    • 1x Network
    • 1x Digital Audio
    • 1x Serial

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Edited May 26, 2016 at 12:44 PM by iconian
Dell has the LG 49UH6100 49-inch 4K UHD with HDR Smart TV + $200 promo eGift Card for $599.99 with free shipping.

http://deals.dell.com/productdetail/8f (new link)
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Interface
  • HDMI x3
  • Composite x1
  • Component x1
  • HDMI: 3
  • Composite In: 1
  • Component In: 1
  • Ethernet Port:1
  • Antenna: 1
  • USB interfaces: 1
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It's _always_ at least doubled these days, if it's anything over 60hz.

Fun fact: There isn't a single connection input on that TV that can support 4k at 120hz. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 both top out at 4k at 60hz. Only DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 (of which the only devices that have those connectors are as-of-yet unreleased GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 PC video cards.)

Right now, you CANNOT get true 4K 120hz on any TV, period.

Now some panels, like Vizio P series, might be true 120hz panels, because of connection limitations, you'll only get true 120hz at lower resolutions, such as 1080p. But you still won't get true 4K at true 120hz due to the fact that it would still be limited by HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 standards.

All that being said, the TV doesn't suck. It's still great. But most importantly, buy a TV that fits your needs. If your needs aren't addressed by current gen TVs, you're more than welcome to wait it out until the next generation of TVs get released and hopefully they have the options/features you need, at the size you want, at a price you're willing to pay.

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I never know what to think when I see 120hz. is it true 120hz, or some "TruMotion" kind of thing?
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I never know what to think when I see 120hz. is it true 120hz, or some "TruMotion" kind of thing?
It's _always_ at least doubled these days, if it's anything over 60hz.

Fun fact: There isn't a single connection input on that TV that can support 4k at 120hz. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 both top out at 4k at 60hz. Only DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 (of which the only devices that have those connectors are as-of-yet unreleased GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 PC video cards.)

Right now, you CANNOT get true 4K 120hz on any TV, period.

Now some panels, like Vizio P series, might be true 120hz panels, because of connection limitations, you'll only get true 120hz at lower resolutions, such as 1080p. But you still won't get true 4K at true 120hz due to the fact that it would still be limited by HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 standards.

All that being said, the TV doesn't suck. It's still great. But most importantly, buy a TV that fits your needs. If your needs aren't addressed by current gen TVs, you're more than welcome to wait it out until the next generation of TVs get released and hopefully they have the options/features you need, at the size you want, at a price you're willing to pay.
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See that's where I'm kind of stuck. I really would like to go from a 40" up to a 50 or 55" with true 120hz. But then it's do I go 1080 and hope I don't wish I had 4K or go 4K and hope I haven't compromised to fit price point.
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Quote from kainsword View Post :
It's _always_ at least doubled these days, if it's anything over 60hz.

Fun fact: There isn't a single connection input on that TV that can support 4k at 120hz. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 both top out at 4k at 60hz. Only DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 (of which the only devices that have those connectors are as-of-yet unreleased GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 PC video cards.)

Right now, you CANNOT get true 4K 120hz on any TV, period.

Now some panels, like Vizio P series, might be true 120hz panels, because of connection limitations, you'll only get true 120hz at lower resolutions, such as 1080p. But you still won't get true 4K at true 120hz due to the fact that it would still be limited by HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 standards.

All that being said, the TV doesn't suck. It's still great. But most importantly, buy a TV that fits your needs. If your needs aren't addressed by current gen TVs, you're more than welcome to wait it out until the next generation of TVs get released and hopefully they have the options/features you need, at the size you want, at a price you're willing to pay.

Great info, thank you. Interesting that it only makes a difference on 1080p and below.
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Quote from kainsword View Post :
It's _always_ at least doubled these days, if it's anything over 60hz.

Fun fact: There isn't a single connection input on that TV that can support 4k at 120hz. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 both top out at 4k at 60hz. Only DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 (of which the only devices that have those connectors are as-of-yet unreleased GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 PC video cards.)

Right now, you CANNOT get true 4K 120hz on any TV, period.

Now some panels, like Vizio P series, might be true 120hz panels, because of connection limitations, you'll only get true 120hz at lower resolutions, such as 1080p. But you still won't get true 4K at true 120hz due to the fact that it would still be limited by HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 standards.

All that being said, the TV doesn't suck. It's still great. But most importantly, buy a TV that fits your needs. If your needs aren't addressed by current gen TVs, you're more than welcome to wait it out until the next generation of TVs get released and hopefully they have the options/features you need, at the size you want, at a price you're willing to pay.
$600 4k tv... these arnt atmos/true 4k customers.

For anyone interested, this WILL upscaled your basic 1080i cable picture to better quality. To get into true 4k picture quality under 1k is dumb.....
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Quote from kainsword View Post :
It's _always_ at least doubled these days, if it's anything over 60hz.

Fun fact: There isn't a single connection input on that TV that can support 4k at 120hz. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 both top out at 4k at 60hz. Only DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 (of which the only devices that have those connectors are as-of-yet unreleased GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 PC video cards.)

Right now, you CANNOT get true 4K 120hz on any TV, period.

Now some panels, like Vizio P series, might be true 120hz panels, because of connection limitations, you'll only get true 120hz at lower resolutions, such as 1080p. But you still won't get true 4K at true 120hz due to the fact that it would still be limited by HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 standards.

All that being said, the TV doesn't suck. It's still great. But most importantly, buy a TV that fits your needs. If your needs aren't addressed by current gen TVs, you're more than welcome to wait it out until the next generation of TVs get released and hopefully they have the options/features you need, at the size you want, at a price you're willing to pay.
While this is not wrong, the 120hz advantage is so that you don't get any juddering with 24hz signals or to have motion interpolation to make 30 and 60hz signals look smoother (which I hate, personally).

Can anyone point me to a single source that provides 120hz (other than a gaming computer)? 3D is the only thing that potentially does...
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While this is not wrong, the 120hz advantage is so that you don't get any juddering with 24hz signals or to have motion interpolation to make 30 and 60hz signals look smoother (which I hate, personally).

Can anyone point me to a single source that provides 120hz (other than a gaming computer)? 3D is the only thing that potentially does...
Literally only a personal computer. Consoles don't do anything more than 60fps (and many titles are frequently framerate locked at 30fps). TV set-top boxes from the cable company do 720p or 1080i.

The personal computer doesn't have to be a gaming computer. If you happen to have digital media that's recorded in a 120hz format, as long as the PC can handle playback, then you're good.

Also, 120hz on 23.976hz movie content (often referred to as simply 24hz) will remove frame judder, but it'll still have frame interpolation. If you disable clearmotion/trumotion, etc, you lose 1:1 pulldown and go back to 3:2 pulldown, meaning judder.

Some TVs support running at 24hz for movie content, but it either has to be a 120hz native panel running at a supported resolution (1080p @ 120hz is the best you'd get today on a TV, although computer monitors can do 1080p @ 144hz, which is still a multiple of 24hz) or the TV has to have a supported "movie mode" or something where it actually literally runs at 24hz to match the content. (In most cases is does frame doubling or tripling, running at a 48hz or 72hz setting to remove judder.)
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I bought this as my office set, going to use the zone 2 4k out of an onkyo rz810. Any objections? Or is this an alright move? Also I couldn't find 4:4:4 listed anywhere, is it?
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Does this have full array local dimming? Also, how important is that feature, as compared to HDR compatibility?
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deal is back from this link http://deals.dell.com/productdetail/8f
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How does this compare to the Vizio D50U-D1? is this a better buy?
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Quote from kainsword View Post :
It's _always_ at least doubled these days, if it's anything over 60hz.

Fun fact: There isn't a single connection input on that TV that can support 4k at 120hz. HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 both top out at 4k at 60hz. Only DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 (of which the only devices that have those connectors are as-of-yet unreleased GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 PC video cards.)

Right now, you CANNOT get true 4K 120hz on any TV, period.

Now some panels, like Vizio P series, might be true 120hz panels, because of connection limitations, you'll only get true 120hz at lower resolutions, such as 1080p. But you still won't get true 4K at true 120hz due to the fact that it would still be limited by HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 standards.

All that being said, the TV doesn't suck. It's still great. But most importantly, buy a TV that fits your needs. If your needs aren't addressed by current gen TVs, you're more than welcome to wait it out until the next generation of TVs get released and hopefully they have the options/features you need, at the size you want, at a price you're willing to pay.
That is only true if you're using any of the inputs. What about native apps built into the TV? Meaning I am not doing any HDMI in or DP in, and using the Netflix app.
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pm me for dell gc
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