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iconian 48,329 65,355 June 10, 2016 at 02:24 PM in 4K TVs (11) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 06-10-2016 by Randy71 at 03:30 PM View Original Post
eBay Deal of the Day has 65" LG 65UH8500 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV on sale for $1597. Price reflected in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Smart, 4K, WebOS 3.0, WiFi
  • HDR Super Plus Dolby Vision
  • Input:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Component
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Edited June 10, 2016 at 03:11 PM by iconian

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$1597 + free shipping

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Smart, 4K, WebOS 3.0, WiFi
  • HDR Super Plus Dolby Vision
  • Input:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Component
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nah you need to wait some more time for technology to develop.

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Rtings review - http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh8500

Pretty good.
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Rtings review - http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/uh8500

Pretty good.
so I am looking to upgrade my 60" in my downstairs that's pretty good all around... tempted here. I was looking at the vizio p series at 2k for the 65 inch...but I don't like needing a tablet to control my tv. I have a harmony remote and I've read some reports that it could control it. decisions decisions.
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My B&W TV/AM/FM device just went out, would this be a good upgrade?
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My B&W TV/AM/FM device just went out, would this be a good upgrade?
nah you need to wait some more time for technology to develop.
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so I am looking to upgrade my 60" in my downstairs that's pretty good all around... tempted here. I was looking at the vizio p series at 2k for the 65 inch...but I don't like needing a tablet to control my tv. I have a harmony remote and I've read some reports that it could control it. decisions decisions.
The current generation p series is 4k. For pure picture quality go with the Vizio. The Vizio also comes with a small standard remote as well. Vizio contrast level way better than this set. ib think the current P Series is the best bang for your buck set.
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nah you need to wait some more time for technology to develop.
#dyinglaughing
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Unless you have a specific application for an IPS screen, stick with a VA panel (Samsung, Vizio). The contrast ratio on LGs are really bad.
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My B&W TV/AM/FM device just went out, would this be a good upgrade?
This [amazon.com] should suit you just fine...
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so I am looking to upgrade my 60" in my downstairs that's pretty good all around... tempted here. I was looking at the vizio p series at 2k for the 65 inch...but I don't like needing a tablet to control my tv. I have a harmony remote and I've read some reports that it could control it. decisions decisions.
u can program ur Harmony remote to do most of the actions
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Quote from BorrowedTime View Post :
so I am looking to upgrade my 60" in my downstairs that's pretty good all around... tempted here. I was looking at the vizio p series at 2k for the 65 inch...but I don't like needing a tablet to control my tv. I have a harmony remote and I've read some reports that it could control it. decisions decisions.
The P series is the best looking LED under $3K. Very inky blacks and hyper whites.

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Unless you have a specific application for an IPS screen, stick with a VA panel (Samsung, Vizio). The contrast ratio on LGs are really bad.
Beat me to it
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Last edited by ryunohadouken June 10, 2016 at 04:00 PM
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The P series is the best looking LED under $3K. Very inky blacks and hyper whites.



Beat me to it
thanks guys, I went to 2 BM stores recently and they both were scoffing at me asking to see the vizio tvs... I explained all my research suggests that was the way I wanted to go (blacked out room for watching content) and the one guy said well sounds like you need to do more homework... hah.
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IPS TVs are garbage. Instead of looking at Rting's totally arbitrary scoring, like "7.7 for movies & TV," look at the actual measurables of the display. A <1,200:1 contrast ratio is better than some IPS TVs, but it is still pitifully bad. Even VA native contrast is pretty poor, but IPS is almost unusable for watching movies/TV in a dark room. IPS TVs can make sense for applications where viewing angles may be a higher priority than black level, like in sports bars, but It is the worst available option for home theater.
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IPS TVs are garbage. Instead of looking at Rting's totally arbitrary scoring, like "7.7 for movies & TV," look at the actual measurables of the display. A <1,200:1 contrast ratio is better than some IPS TVs, but it is still pitifully bad. Even VA native contrast is pretty poor, but IPS is almost unusable for watching movies/TV in a dark room. IPS TVs can make sense for applications where viewing angles may be a higher priority than black level, like in sports bars, but It is the worst available option for home theater.
Thx for the info. Recommend alternative?
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