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48" JVC LT-48UE76 4K Ultra HD LED HDTV $299.99 + Free Shipping @ Walmart

delz4stelz 1,919 13,858 August 26, 2016 at 02:54 PM in 4K TVs (7) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by delz4stelz August 27, 2016 at 08:50 PM
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48" JVC LT-48UE76 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED HDTV $299.99 + Free Shipping or Free Pickup
https://www.walmart.com/ip/JVC-LT...V/51222761
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#2
My in-law's have a JVC set. It is an OK set. Who makes JVC these days? Is it any better than off-brands like Element, Sceptre, Westinghouse and Insignia?
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Is this a good tv for the price? I can't find anything about it online.
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My in-law's have a JVC set. It is an OK set. Who makes JVC these days?
Taiwanese TV manufacturer AmTRAN Video Corporation - they also make VIZIO.
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Seems like a great deal for a secondary TV. I wasn't able to find any info/reviews on it tho.

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Hmmm slightly interested
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60hz refresh rate..... Deal killer
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60hz refresh rate..... Deal killer
I was wondering about that, 4K and over 40" seems like you'd be seeing trails. JVC is considered a top brand but makes sense why this is so cheap.
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#9
seems like an ok price... 60hz refresh rate is meh though.

oh, and it doesnt support hdcp 2.2 - so netflix etc cant be played over its hdmi port without some additional hardware.
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Wow, I am surprised they even still make JVC anything anymore. They used to be pretty good back in the day, but they seem to have fallen out of favor anymore. Kind of like Panasonic (whom I always liked), they always made killer plasma sets.
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Quote from Bennysdeals1 View Post :
I was wondering about that, 4K and over 40" seems like you'd be seeing trails. JVC is considered a top brand but makes sense why this is so cheap.
Just like RCA and Westinghouse, I don't think JVC is a real brand anymore.
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#12
good for PC monitor?
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Quote from Kg0z View Post :
Taiwanese TV manufacturer AmTRAN Video Corporation - they also make VIZIO.
did you say CORPORATION?? No thanks! Occupy wall street! /s
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JVC is parent of Panasonic. I forget who is parent of JVC. I have had good luck with both of these brands...mainly bought in 80's with much of it still working today. Had the whole stereo system, VHS, CD, TV, all linked with the COMPulink.
I just bought a 49" LG 1080 Smart for $329 at Best Buy, price matching Fry's, yesterday. I would have given this TV a shot considering it being 4Kunder $300. I refused to spend $400 for Vizio 4K. Also Note.....some TV don't have tuners despite the law...Vizio is one of the main ones that fail to follow the law. I will never buy another Vizio as they are a crappy TV.
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There are no TVs that run 4K above 60hz, but it would be very nice to get 1080/720p @ 120hz for those that are fans of games and sports.
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