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Samsung - 65" 4k (UN65MU8000) - LED - 240hz - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR- Black $1599 +free delivery +15% Rewardzone with CC at Bestbuy

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Best Buy has Samsung - 65" 4k (UN65MU8000) - 2017 LED - 240hz - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR- Black $1599 +free delivery +15% Rewardzone at BestBuy

This is the lowest price it has ever been, and they include free delivery and install.

Also, if you sign up for a best buy credit card, they give 15% back in rewardzone with select Samsung TVs which is $240 in rewardzone

I just signed up today for the card and got 15% back in rewardzone. I don't know if this is for existing best buy card holders. Smoking good deal imo.

2017 Model UN65MU8000FXZA

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsu...Id=5773800
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Also currently $1,597 on amazon
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Still a joke. last year had quantum dot technology on this series for cheaper price. Hey I got an idea let's call it QLED and charge double the price. Thanks samsung
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RUN don't walk away from Samsung this year. What they have done with their TV line up for 2017 is inexcusable. This TV (MU8000) is considerably worse than the KS8000 of last year. It's also inferior to the $600 55" TCL P605/P607. Compared to the much cheaper TCL P series, the MU8000 "lacks the local dimming found on the TCL" and "cannot reproduce as wide a range of colors." http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...-2017-p607 There is absolutely no reason any one should be buying a Samsung TV this year. The MU line is outclassed by the cheaper TCL. The QLED line is outclassed by LG's OLED TVs, which are the same price or cheaper than the QLED, despite being far superior. To Samsung's embarrassment, Cnet wrote that even the $600 TCL P series "earned a higher picture-quality score than the much more expensive Samsung Q7 QLED TV." https://www.cnet.com/products/tcl-55p607/review/
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RUN don't walk away from Samsung this year. What they have done with their TV line up for 2017 is inexcusable. This TV (MU8000) is considerably worse than the KS8000 of last year. It's also inferior to the $600 55" TCL P605/P607. Compared to the much cheaper TCL P series, the MU8000 "lacks the local dimming found on the TCL" and "cannot reproduce as wide a range of colors." http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/...-2017-p607 There is absolutely no reason any one should be buying a Samsung TV this year. The MU line is outclassed by the cheaper TCL. The QLED line is outclassed by LG's OLED TVs, which are the same price or cheaper than the QLED, despite being far superior. To Samsung's embarrassment, Cnet wrote that even the $600 TCL P series "earned a higher picture-quality score than the much more expensive Samsung Q7 QLED TV." https://www.cnet.com/products/tcl-55p607/review/
Yea. Only looks like a deal because they like to start tv prices at ridiculously high levels. That's how they try to justify these sale prices. Might have to wait for the new Hisense lineup to come out. At least they will have ULED technology equivalent to last years SUHD(QLED) tech.
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you can probably get a TCL 65P607 for half the price when it comes out
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you can probably get a TCL 65P607 for half the price when it comes out
Wondering if it will have enough local dimming zones to deal with the larger size. Why is it taking so long to be released. Not getting a good feeling about the QC of TCL on this model.
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Wondering if it will have enough local dimming zones to deal with the larger size. Why is it taking so long to be released. Not getting a good feeling about the QC of TCL on this model.
yes, I'm wondering what all the buzz is about and why it's so slow to debut. Could be HDR specs or other fog of 4k. I'd rather think they are taking their time to debug it after the 55" got sort of trashed by users.
http://www.tclusa.com/products/ho...-tv-65p607
sometime 4th qtr isn't much help, I may get a refurb KS8500 by then. Vizio P65 are pretty much extinct now. Frown
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you can probably get a TCL 65P607 for half the price when it comes out
The problem for TCL is, if they are really going to be releasing a new 65" in November, they will be releasing it at exactly the time that other manufacturers will be drastically cutting their prices to clear out 2017 inventory to make way for incoming 2018 inventory. For example, by November, the 65" Sony 900e, which is currently for $2,000, will be selling for $1,200 and the 55" version, which is now $1,300, will be selling for $799. To see how this works, go to camelcamelcamel dot com and type in any mid or high tier TV from 2016 and watch the prices drop like a rock in November. I would love a 65" TCL P607, but if the Sony 900e is close in price, chances are I would pick that up instead, since it is a superior TV (save for the lack of Dolby Vision). That's the problem for TCL's late release of the 65" version.
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I paid $1299 at Frys, this deal may still be going on
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yes, I'm wondering what all the buzz is about and why it's so slow to debut. Could be HDR specs or other fog of 4k. I'd rather think they are taking their time to debug it after the 55" got sort of trashed by users.
http://www.tclusa.com/products/ho...-tv-65p607
sometime 4th qtr isn't much help, I may get a refurb KS8500 by then. Vizio P65 are pretty much extinct now. Frown
Was thinking about the p65 myself. Sam$ club has the 2017 p65 for 1598 online. Might be awhile before there a actual deal for it. Would much rather buy that for full price than this Slickdeal garbage.
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The problem for TCL is, if they are really going to be releasing a new 65" in November, they will be releasing it at exactly the time that other manufacturers will be drastically cutting their prices to clear out 2017 inventory to make way for incoming 2018 inventory. For example, by November, the 65" Sony 900e, which is currently for $2,000, will be selling for $1,200 and the 55" version, which is now $1,300, will be selling for $799. To see how this works, go to camelcamelcamel dot com and type in any mid or high tier TV from 2016 and watch the prices drop like a rock in November. I would love a 65" TCL P607, but if the Sony 900e is close in price, chances are I would pick that up instead, since it is a superior TV (save for the lack of Dolby Vision). That's the problem for TCL's late release of the 65" version.
good point, not a camel follower. That is what I was getting at, Football season is just around the corner but I'm in no hurry, love my old vizio $399 P50 refurb but bigger is better.
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get the Vizio P65-c1 over this TV.

If it was last years KS8000, it would be a close tie between the Vizio and it, but this year's samsung 8 model is a joke
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The problem for TCL is, if they are really going to be releasing a new 65" in November, they will be releasing it at exactly the time that other manufacturers will be drastically cutting their prices to clear out 2017 inventory to make way for incoming 2018 inventory. For example, by November, the 65" Sony 900e, which is currently for $2,000, will be selling for $1,200 and the 55" version, which is now $1,300, will be selling for $799. To see how this works, go to camelcamelcamel dot com and type in any mid or high tier TV from 2016 and watch the prices drop like a rock in November. I would love a 65" TCL P607, but if the Sony 900e is close in price, chances are I would pick that up instead, since it is a superior TV (save for the lack of Dolby Vision). That's the problem for TCL's late release of the 65" version.
"For example, by November, the 65" Sony 900e, which is currently for $2,000, will be selling for $1,200"

Man, I hope you're right about that!
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