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Samsung 65 UHD TV 60Hz Walmart YMMV $499 + Tax

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Just picked up one at local walmart on clearance. Didn't see posted, so here it goes.

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Samsun...K/54371978

Inventory check via Brickseek:
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=54371978

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$399.99 at my Walmart and they have 2 left according to Brickseek..........on my way there to grab them............thanks.
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For sure YYMV! Nothing around me for 300 miles... good luck!!
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For sure YYMV! Nothing around me for 300 miles... good luck!!
BS shows 5 within 40 minutes of me at two stores, but can't justify more TV's. SD made me look anyway dammit. nod
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Extreme YMMV!! Nothing in like 3-4 places I searched.
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60hz still good? Picked up LG 60" 4K IPS 120hz for $400. Please help me decide
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BS shows 0 in stock for 94806.
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I have this TV it's great for the bedroom . beats the LG at this price range due to a superior viewing angle. my local Wal-Mart had it for $450, 3 weeks ago
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I have this TV it's great for the bedroom . beats the LG at this price range due to a superior viewing angle. my local Wal-Mart had it for $450, 3 weeks ago
Is LG screen angle different from this?
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Is LG screen angle different from this?
stay with your LG
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Hmm limited stock, what's the chances of it actually being in Stock
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No, that big of a tv you would want at least 120hz. Preferably 240hz. You'll see a lot of ghosting images on any fast movement. Especially sports
US television is broadcast in 60hz. Please explain how 120hz and 240hz is beneficial?
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how can i make brickseek look further than 75 miles?
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