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Philips 75" Class Slim 4K HDR Ultra HD LED Smart TV $1599.97

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Is this the only model of the Philips 4k 's without ambilight? Seems like all the other ones have it except the 6101.
http://4k.com/news/an-overview-of...016-13192/
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Why is the share option missing?!
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Someone please tell me why I shouldn't pull the trigger because this is hella tempting
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Someone please tell me why I shouldn't pull the trigger because this is hella tempting
Better off getting the 70" vizio, better quality. Can be found for as low as $1000
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Better off getting the 70" vizio, better quality. Can be found for as low as $1000
I have a 4 year old 70" e series Vizio and want something bigger with HDR and 4k upscaling. Still feel the same?
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I have a 4 year old 70" e series Vizio and want something bigger with HDR and 4k upscaling. Still feel the same?
You should have grabbed the 75" vizio from sam's club last week which was about the same price.
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You should have grabbed the 75" vizio from sam's club last week which was about the same price.
How the hell did i miss that. I have alerts set up grrrrr
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How the hell did i miss that. I have alerts set up grrrrr
I almost missed it and I have alerts set up too that didn't go off for '4k 75" hdr'. Nice tv. 10 bit HDR, 4 HDMI in. Its the set that had that weird deal where you have to do most of the setup and control with a phone and the only smart feature is built in chromecast. However a recent firmware update made the remote fully functional and I guess you can go to vizio's web site and register it and get a regular full size remote for it.

If you have a membership to either sams or costco, check in store. I've seen the same tv (display or returned and checked out ok) for even less at both.
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Why is this getting tu? This is $100 more than what it was within 30 days and in stock.
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You should have grabbed the 75" vizio from sam's club last week which was about the same price.
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Garbage. Had the 6921 for a few days. It's not really capable of HDR in any meaningful way. It will dim the screen and crushes the blacks.
Regular 4k may look good though.
On mine, the sound was very unstable. Had to keep increasing and decreasing even though the ambient sound stayed stable
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FYI from avs forum:


Garbage. Had the 6921 for a few days. It's not really capable of HDR in any meaningful way. It will dim the screen and crushes the blacks.
Regular 4k may look good though.
On mine, the sound was very unstable. Had to keep increasing and decreasing even though the ambient sound stayed stable
Yeah, nobody is getting a solid/full HDR implementation in a cheap 4k set. At the 75" size you need to pay up well over 2k to get good HDR functionality. Fortunately (I guess) there isn't a lot of HDR content.
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Yeah, nobody is getting a solid/full HDR implementation in a cheap 4k set. At the 75" size you need to pay up well over 2k to get good HDR functionality. Fortunately (I guess) there isn't a lot of HDR content.
Exactly! Smh
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I have a 4 year old 70" e series Vizio and want something bigger with HDR and 4k upscaling. Still feel the same?
keep looking if you want true HDR..AND open up your wallet considerably wider
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Yeah, nobody is getting a solid/full HDR implementation in a cheap 4k set. At the 75" size you need to pay up well over 2k to get good HDR functionality. Fortunately (I guess) there isn't a lot of HDR content.
I think you mean well over 3K..nod

There are hundreds of 4K discs available with HDR and some streaming services
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