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50" Samsung UN50KU6300 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

DJ3xclusive 20,947 94,931 June 20, 2016 at 08:12 AM in 4K TVs (6) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 07-11-2016 by brisar at 09:16 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: This deal has returned with an even lower price of $579.99 as shown below.

BuyDig via eBay has 50" Samsung UN50KU6300 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV for $579.99 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Motion Rate)
  • Smart, HDR, LED
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Optical Out
    • 1x RF
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Edited June 28, 2016 at 07:28 AM by TattyBear
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HDR is 'High Dynamic Range' and is a generic term used in camera/TV industry relating to picture quality

HDR10 is a TV industry term coined by UHD Alliance and an open standard. It basically says a display should have at least 10bit depth (read: 10 bit panel) among other requirements. Non HDR10 compliant 4k TVs (like this one) generally have 8 bit panels. So HDR10 compliant TVs will have 64 times more color definition than these TV sets (8bit: 16 million; 10bit: 1 billion/1024 million)

HDR1000 is a Samsung term. It is indicative of 1000 nits of brightness of their TVs. I believe only KS8000 & above Samsung TVs support this and are HDR10 compatible. Video on HDR 1000: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbOabg1OhVk

Dolby Vision is a HDR format created by Dolby and is a closed standard (as opposed to HDR10). This requires a special hardware to decode Dolby vision HDR metadata. Currently the only Dolby Vision supporting TV manufacturers that I know are Vizio and LG. Not all models of Vizio support it (like D and E series don't). Similar for LG and some models that do support it were shipped without it being enabled and will be enabled in future with a firmware update. The 4k HDR blu-rays (industry term is Ultra HD blu-ray) will support HDR10. TV industry is not even using 1080p, let alone 4k/4k HDR10 or Dolby vision. So the only way to get Dolby vision content today or near future is through Netflix, Amazon Video or similar content streaming companies.

Ok, so coming to your question. 'HDR ready' means sh*t. It just means that you can receive HDR metadata coded signals but you won't see the HDR goodness since it's not HDR10 compliant.
I've just read a few horror stories about damaged product, and their return policy is difficult. They do not reimburse for returns either, so would be pricey if you get a damaged TV.

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Not to jump the gun, but don't a lot of people here say to avoid Buydig?
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Quote from JoelJ9705 View Post :
Not to jump the gun, but don't a lot of people here say to avoid Buydig?
Why? They are a major brand authorized dealers.
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Why? They are a major brand authorized dealers.
I've just read a few horror stories about damaged product, and their return policy is difficult. They do not reimburse for returns either, so would be pricey if you get a damaged TV.
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I'd hope buying through ebay would lessen any problems like that. Gonna look into this more this evening, may buy this one.
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Why are these 4K TVs prices falling like crazy? Is it due to Oled becoming the new standard going forward or some other tech?
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http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ku6300

I would avoid if you hate judder
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Quote from Yeloazndevil View Post :
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ku6300

I would avoid if you hate judder
I have 2 Plasmas and the 60" version of this set, I dont see Judder in any of them. Blue Rays look better on this set than the Plasmas. Hard to believe, but true.

Black Levels almost as good as my Sammy and Panny.
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Is that its good side?
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Is 4K worth it at this size? Was looking for a deal on the J6300, but this is tempting.
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Quote from Gaurav.Kumar View Post :
Why are these 4K TVs prices falling like crazy? Is it due to Oled becoming the new standard going forward or some other tech?
I'm guessing it's because 1080p sales have dropped off. Pretty much anyone who wants a 1080p TV already has one, and the picture quality even on cheap sets is perfectly acceptable to most people. Essentially, I think they're rushing 4K out to make sure that overall TV sales stay steady.

Fine with me. Even a year ago I'd have been very doubtful that we'd see 50 inch 4K HDR TVs by Samsung for under $600 today.

Quote from freeball View Post :
Is 4K worth it at this size? Was looking for a deal on the J6300, but this is tempting.
In my opinion, anything above ~40 inches benefits hugely from 4K. Below that, not so much.
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thumbnail looks like a stick vacuum

hmmmm, a tv that can vacuum, that's sweet
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Quote from Gaurav.Kumar View Post :
Why are these 4K TVs prices falling like crazy? Is it due to Oled becoming the new standard going forward or some other tech?
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I have 2 Plasmas and the 60" version of this set, I dont see Judder in any of them. Blue Rays look better on this set than the Plasmas. Hard to believe, but true.

Black Levels almost as good as my Sammy and Panny.
What Plasmas are you using?
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