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Linky [ebay.com]
Thinking of finally pulling the trigger, been on the search for nearly 2 weeks...

Buydig's ebay link shows ETA of Aug-4 through Aug-16, jeez!

Any other notable deals for equivalent/superior 65" tv's to drop anytime soon?

(I've googled 65X810C and searched the previous threads on SD as well)
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Just an FYI...No HDR on this set with the exception of USB.
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Ok - I just pulled the trigger, can't spend anymore time researching/waiting. Been with Fios for 2 weeks and no tv at the new place! Big Grin

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Just an FYI...No HDR on this set with the exception of USB.
Right. No HDR, and IPS panel (per other threads in the forum).

Supposedly not the best set for dark rooms. But solid for wider viewing angles and windows, lit rooms. I think...

I'm pressed for a tv, it's in NJ and I'm in NYC so thinking quick'ish shipping...

As long as it's reliable, decent picture quality, I'm good.
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Ok - I just pulled the trigger, can't spend anymore time researching/waiting. Been with Fios for 2 weeks and no tv at the new place! Big Grin


Right. No HDR, and IPS panel (per other threads in the forum).

Supposedly not the best set for dark rooms. But solid for wider viewing angles and windows, lit rooms. I think...

I'm pressed for a tv, it's in NJ and I'm in NYC so thinking quick'ish shipping...

As long as it's reliable, decent picture quality, I'm good.
Rtings.com was complimentary of the 810c, going so far as to recommend it over the 850c (assuming 3D wasn't an issue). However, that was before it came out that the 810c wasn't getting an HDR update, so that may be a dealbreaker.
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Rtings.com was complimentary of the 810c, going so far as to recommend it over the 850c (assuming 3D wasn't an issue). However, that was before it came out that the 810c wasn't getting an HDR update, so that may be a dealbreaker.
How big of a deal is HDR? Is it just like how 1080p was a must-have in the past, then it was 240Hz native has to be, and now it has to be HDR?

I'm a fairly simple tv viewing guy. I like HD channels, Netflix, cable series, sports, etc.
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How big of a deal is HDR? Is it just like how 1080p was a must-have in the past, then it was 240Hz native has to be, and now it has to be HDR?

I'm a fairly simple tv viewing guy. I like HD channels, Netflix, cable series, sports, etc.
To me it's important and 4k isn't. I would rather have a great 1080P with HDR vs. 4K w/o HDR. We are years away from seeing broadcast move to 4K. I would even say I would rather have a 1080P OLED over 4k TV w/o HDR.
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How is Buydig as a seller? I've never bought from them before.
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How is Buydig as a seller? I've never bought from them before.
I have never had an issue with them and ordered several things.
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To me it's important and 4k isn't. I would rather have a great 1080P with HDR vs. 4K w/o HDR. We are years away from seeing broadcast move to 4K. I would even say I would rather have a 1080P OLED over 4k TV w/o HDR.
Thanks, that makes more sense now. I didn't even know about HDR until a month or few weeks ago. Seems like it makes a notable difference. And 4K seems to be big, bold marketing bullet point. Hmmm...
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Almost bought the 55" version of the X810C last year. So glad I didn't! It's already dated, with both VA and IPS versions outclassed by Samsung's/Vizio's 2016 offerings, in terms of featureset (openHDR/Dolby vision), as well as performance (contrast ratio, color gamut, peak brightness).
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Do the content being broadcast right now have HDR? Or is there an HDR "upscale" similar to the 4K upscaler?
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How big of a deal is HDR? Is it just like how 1080p was a must-have in the past, then it was 240Hz native has to be, and now it has to be HDR?

I'm a fairly simple tv viewing guy. I like HD channels, Netflix, cable series, sports, etc.
Netflix already has series in HDR(Marco polo). They are planning to do a lot of their content upgraded to HDR. I don't think they have any plan to move to 4K. So, when the content providers are moving to HDR over 4K, you should see how important HDR is going to be in the future.
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Netflix already has series in HDR(Marco polo). They are planning to do a lot of their content upgraded to HDR. I don't think they have any plan to move to 4K. So, when the content providers are moving to HDR over 4K, you should see how important HDR is going to be in the future.
Ummmmmm.......Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, and DirectTV all have 4k content already. Check your facts.
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Pull the trigger this time.

HDR is not so important for me now.
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