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55" Sharp LC-55N6000U 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

GoodDay 4,998 59,795 June 4, 2016 at 07:55 AM in Tech & Electronics (14) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 06-04-2016 by SubZero5 at 12:57 PM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has 55" Sharp LC-55N6000U 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card for $599.99. Shipping is free. Thanks GoodDay

Note, your gift eGift card will be sent via email in 10-20 days after invoice.
  • Specs
    • Resolution: 3840x2160
    • Smart, LED, 4K UHD w/ WiFi
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 3x USB
      • 1x Component
      • 1x Composite

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Edited June 4, 2016 at 10:24 AM by TattyBear
$599.99 with free shipping. Comes with a $100 Dell gift card.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Smart, LED, 4K Ultra HD w/ WiFi
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
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Last Edited by TheEdge June 4, 2016 at 02:11 PM
For those who think this is fully HDR capable, this changes things, I think...

Sharp N6000 Series
Rounding out Sharp's 2016 UHD TV offerings is the N6000 series. This series delivers many of the same base features of Sharp's premium 2016 TVs including an 8-core CPU, wireless networking, and apps. The N6000 TVs are also compatible with HDR-encoded content albeit without the wide color gamut or local dimming capabilities of more expensive models. The big deal here is attractive pricing for mid-sized UHD resolution LCDs.

Source: here [heronfidelity.com]

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I used to be all about the refresh rate until I read up on it. 60hz is fine for most anything youre going to do. 120hz or higher usually has a marketing term tied to it like true motion. I think most sporting events are 30 fps, and games can be up to 60fps unless youre computing. Refresh rate doesnt mean response time nor anything for lag input. Im not a fan of sharp, but just look at the tv in person can tell you whether you like it or not.
There are no 4k 120hz TVs...
Yep.. please point me to a 4k TV that has true 120hz because they don't exist. Please do research before you come in and spout stuff off in a thread. HDMI 2.0 does not even support anything beyond 60 hz

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Bummer my dell egift card expired yesterday
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If only I needed a 55" LED TV right now.
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How much do these dell gift cards sell for?
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Is this a good deal? Coming from someone who will typically use a Roku or Apple TV to watch. Mainly for sports and movies. Thanks!
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Is this a good deal? Coming from someone who will typically use a Roku or Apple TV to watch. Mainly for sports and movies. Thanks!
Yeah, it's a good deal but I'm unfamiliar with the brand though. I don't know the ratings for 'Sharp' brand.
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60Hz refresh
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I was interested in this until I checked the reviews on Amazon. 3.5 stars average (166 reviews), 27% of which are 1 or 2 star reviews = no deal for me.

http://www.amazon.com/Sharp-LC-55...By=helpful
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60Hz refresh
First thing I noticed as well. I'm surprised in 2016 that a 120hz refresh rate isn't the standard. Has anyone ever watched a football or soccer game on 60hz? The blur in the movement of a flying ball is ridiculous. 60hz should be outlawed. Ok I'm done now.
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I used to be all about the refresh rate until I read up on it. 60hz is fine for most anything youre going to do. 120hz or higher usually has a marketing term tied to it like true motion. I think most sporting events are 30 fps, and games can be up to 60fps unless youre computing. Refresh rate doesnt mean response time nor anything for lag input. Im not a fan of sharp, but just look at the tv in person can tell you whether you like it or not.
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Sharp TVs aren't so great...and I need a 65"
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Quote from Bush438 View Post :
First thing I noticed as well. I'm surprised in 2016 that a 120hz refresh rate isn't the standard. Has anyone ever watched a football or soccer game on 60hz? The blur in the movement of a flying ball is ridiculous. 60hz should be outlawed. Ok I'm done now.
There are no 4k 120hz TVs...
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Quote from supertester View Post :
60Hz refresh
Yep.. please point me to a 4k TV that has true 120hz because they don't exist. Please do research before you come in and spout stuff off in a thread. HDMI 2.0 does not even support anything beyond 60 hz
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