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Seiki - 42" 4K HDTV $199.99 Shipped !! Only 70 LEFT !!

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Last Edited by jersharocks July 14, 2016 at 06:21 AM
199.99 shipped from http://www.shopritedelivers.com/S...32927.aspx
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4 Star Rating on Amazon --- https://www.amazon.com/Seiki-SE42...22+4K+HDTV
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Mixed reviews on Amazon, many died within the 1st year (warranty) and had trouble getting it replaced :/
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Mixed reviews on Amazon, many died within the 1st year (warranty) and had trouble getting it replaced :/
use your credit card purchase protection and get that replaced they have a 3-4 month protection time from the time purchased
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use your credit card purchase protection and get that replaced they have a 3-4 month protection time from the time purchased
so if it dies on month 5?

THIS TV IS 60Hz refresh rate. From my understanding it will suck to try and watch sports or car racing, anything with fast movements on it you may see blur.
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Quote from bhattim1970 View Post :
use your credit card purchase protection and get that replaced they have a 3-4 month protection time from the time purchased
Don't most major credit cards extend the warranty by a year?
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so if it dies on month 5?

THIS TV IS 60Hz refresh rate. From my understanding it will suck to try and watch sports or car racing, anything with fast movements on it you may see blur.
It is also not curved or OLED or 78", Totally not worth $199.
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How well would this work as a PC monitor?
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Quote from Phr0zenSn0w View Post :
so if it dies on month 5?

THIS TV IS 60Hz refresh rate. From my understanding it will suck to try and watch sports or car racing, anything with fast movements on it you may see blur.
I needs my NASCAR to look smooth! I'll just drink some extra Natty Ice's for "image enhancement". Free Bird!
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how is this compare my recently samsung 28 inch 4K?
just asking...I know the size is different and for the samsung it's still $300
this is a great price, but reviews are mix...
so anyone who ordered it, think over again
I returned my upstar 4k for $200 from sears recently, so afraid to use it for a long term
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I thought 60hz is the standard and 30hz is the one with issues
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Don't expect to play 4k blu rays or protected content. It's HDCP 1.4 only, good mainly as a monitor, game consoles, 1080p stuff.
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Says 42 available now.

Might be OK for a bedroom TV but I don't think this is the one we want to use as a monitor. While the page doesn't list the model number, I'd bet cash money it's the SE42UM which has been on here many times at $250.... which is not 4:4:4 so don't bother for 4K monitor use.

Oh, and to you 60hz people... the best 4K gets right now is 60hz. All the 120hz 4K TV's are using motionflow or some other fake method of smoothing. HDMI 2.0 doesn't support 4K at anything higher, and these TV's don't have Displayport (needs 1.3 or higher).
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Says 42 available now.

Might be OK for a bedroom TV but I don't think this is the one we want to use as a monitor. While the page doesn't list the model number, I'd bet cash money it's the SE42UM which has been on here many times at $250.... which is not 4:4:4 so don't bother for 4K monitor use.

Oh, and to you 60hz people... the best 4K gets right now is 60hz. All the 120hz 4K TV's are using motionflow or some other fake method of smoothing. HDMI 2.0 doesn't support 4K at anything higher, and these TV's don't have Displayport (needs 1.3 or higher).
i dont believe you. sorry. i think the 240hz tvs have true/native 120hz
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yo momma so fat when she walks down the street whistlin, little kids come runnin out with dollar bills because they think shes the ice cream truck.




i love you.

ok ok i admit, im practicing so i can finally do stand up at open mic. sorry if you got all offended. if i truly suck, i guess i will never try stand up. i live in a city where i can do it at like 3 dozen places multiple times per week...

i meant to do it when i was younger but now im just an old fart.
Practice is a way to improve a skill. If you don't have that skill, no amount of practice will help.

You don't have the skill.

This is seriously sad.
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Thumbs down, OP should have wrote computer code so the qty in title simultaneously reflected stock on hand through shoprite's website. Please learn java and html before posting. Also its not 120hz.....
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