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Sam's Club Members: 70" Sharp LC70N7100U 4K UHD HDR Smart HDTV EXPIRED

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SamsClub.com has for their Sam's Club Members: 70" Sharp LC70N7100U 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV for $1398. Shipping is free. Thanks DONRrma

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Sam's Club offers the Sharp 70" 4K 2160p 120Hz HDR LED-Backlit LCD Ultra HD Smart Television, model no. LC-70N7100U [samsclub.com], for $1,398 with free shipping. (Non-members pay an additional $139.80, so it's better to get a 1-year membership for $45.)

https://www.samsclub.com/sams/70-...942186.ip?
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rtings didnt review this tv. They reviewed the n7000...this is the n7100. The 7100 has a wide color gamut, and 192 zone FALD while the 7000 has none of that (no local dimming at all).

Very different tvs.
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I mean, my experience could mean nothing to any of you... But I bought a 70" 1080p sharp in 2013 and a corner lighting went out within a week. The customer service was great, but my replacement was refurbished and that had lighting problems as well within a month. Then my 2nd replacement was another refurbished tv, but not the same model. Though looked much the same. That one came with a slight marking you could see on bright scenes or when it's white. More came about as time went on.

So, this tv came out over a year ago. Hisense bought Sharp's manufacturing plant, so this tv could possibly still be sharp quality.
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Didn't sharp get bought out? I love my 1080p sharp but may upgrade to this. Anyone own this TV?
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rtings don't like it very much
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https://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide....7100u.html good guide on this TV... HDR enabled scares me away
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That review advises that at $1900 it is a great value. This is about $500 less...
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I mean, my experience could mean nothing to any of you... But I bought a 70" 1080p sharp in 2013 and a corner lighting went out within a week. The customer service was great, but my replacement was refurbished and that had lighting problems as well within a month. Then my 2nd replacement was another refurbished tv, but not the same model. Though looked much the same. That one came with a slight marking you could see on bright scenes or when it's white. More came about as time went on.

So, this tv came out over a year ago. Hisense bought Sharp's manufacturing plant, so this tv could possibly still be sharp quality.
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This one of the fake 4k models with a white pixel?


Not a bad price at all if it's not. Sure it won't give you a fantastic picture, but it'll give you an effin big one.
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https://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide....7100u.html good guide on this TV... HDR enabled scares me away
What does HDR enabled mean? Is it different from baseline HDR?

Appreciate the info, thank you!
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Sharp TV's are crap now. This TV is garbage. Thumbs down.
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It is hisense , Chinese brand
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rgbw screens
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rtings don't like it very much
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What does HDR enabled mean? Is it different from baseline HDR?

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Its fake HDR as someone said previously. This tv can't produce the wide color gamut. It's probably an 8 bit panel. So if you're truly trying to experience what real 4K HDR is this is not the tv to get. If you want the real thing in a 70"+ tv its going to cost 2x this amount at least.
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