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50" Hisense 50H8C 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED HDTV $399.99
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50" Hisense 50DU6070 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV $349.99
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55" Hisense 55DU6070 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV $399.99
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hise...Id=5897427
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The H8C is a 2016 model, but apparently Hisense is still producing it. RTINGS.COM gave it a good review. The other two TV's must be Best Buy models as they don't show up on the Hisense web site. Based on the date of the oldest reviews on Best Buy.com they appear to be low end 2017 models. (H6D Series I guess)

If Hisense was really interested in USA market share Corp seems to have dropped the ball. The H8C was the TCL P series of 2016, great reviews budget price. They made a splash at CES at the beginning of the year showing off their to be released mid and high end 2017 models including the successor to the H8C. 2017 is 2/3 over yet where can you find these new models? Momentum lost.
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The H8C is a 2016 model, but apparently Hisense is still producing it. RTINGS.COM gave it a good review. The other two TV's must be Best Buy models as they don't show up on the Hisense web site. Based on the date of the oldest reviews on Best Buy.com they appear to be low end 2017 models. (H6D Series I guess)

If Hisense was really interested in USA market share Corp seems to have dropped the ball. The H8C was the TCL P series of 2016, great reviews budget price. They made a splash at CES at the beginning of the year showing off their to be released mid and high end 2017 models including the successor to the H8C. 2017 is 2/3 over yet where can you find these new models? Momentum lost.
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no HDR on the cheaper models. screen not very bright, average brightness.

come on samsung, i need a 40" pc monitor for <300
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The H8C is a 2016 model, but apparently Hisense is still producing it. RTINGS.COM gave it a good review. The other two TV's must be Best Buy models as they don't show up on the Hisense web site. Based on the date of the oldest reviews on Best Buy.com they appear to be low end 2017 models. (H6D Series I guess)

If Hisense was really interested in USA market share Corp seems to have dropped the ball. The H8C was the TCL P series of 2016, great reviews budget price. They made a splash at CES at the beginning of the year showing off their to be released mid and high end 2017 models including the successor to the H8C. 2017 is 2/3 over yet where can you find these new models? Momentum lost.
Would you get the TCL P series or the H8C 65" right now?
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Would you get the TCL P series or the H8C 65" right now?
is there a TCL 65" P series available?
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The H8C is a 2016 model, but apparently Hisense is still producing it. RTINGS.COM gave it a good review. The other two TV's must be Best Buy models as they don't show up on the Hisense web site. Based on the date of the oldest reviews on Best Buy.com they appear to be low end 2017 models. (H6D Series I guess)

If Hisense was really interested in USA market share Corp seems to have dropped the ball. The H8C was the TCL P series of 2016, great reviews budget price. They made a splash at CES at the beginning of the year showing off their to be released mid and high end 2017 models including the successor to the H8C. 2017 is 2/3 over yet where can you find these new models? Momentum lost.
Hisense has higher end 2017 models available
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...es_65.html

I used to own the H8C...and let me say while it was a very good value there are some serious limitations when compared to higher end( and more expensive) TVs
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Good tvs but they'll be $250 again in less than 90 days for BF.
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Love my H8C... replaced a 10 year old Panny plasma and no regrets.
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Well last night turned out to be one of the worst lightning storms passing over Central Florida in years. That being said, we lost an Optoma projector, a 46 inch TV, a 52 inch TV and finally a Brighthouse Cable box :-(

As far as this particular deal goes. I think I got spoiled with the leeco $350 Walmart deal. We wound up buying two of them including the 3 year warranty from Walmart. The price was excellent. Personally I don't care about the company being in the process of probably going under. Sure, updates have probably stopped and some of their proprietary content is no more. Though everything else is fine, Kodi is installed and is quick and fluid. The Android TV side works fine as well..

If the price was lower I'd probably consider this TV deal as a replacement for the ones we lost last night.
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Well last night turned out to be one of the worst lightning storms passing over Central Florida in years. That being said, we lost an Optoma projector, a 46 inch TV, a 52 inch TV and finally a Brighthouse Cable box :-(
That's just terrible. I'm assuming surge protectors did no good?
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Surge protectors we have didn't help at all. Then again we don't have any of the high-quality ones like monster makes or similar. We have the cheap ones that you get from Big Lots or Walmart as far as the cheapest you can find. I should have used better surge protectors. Or at the very least use small UPC's which would absorb the lightning strike into the battery backup. Even my Optoma projector in the bedroom is now discombobulated. It turns on but the fan doesn't kick on. The logo shows but then turns to really tiny one line print across the screen. Once I power down, the fan will kick on and take a long time to finally shut off. What a shame, I use that projector in the bedroom everyday with an Android box, Showbox and Kodi. =(
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Isn't this a better TV with a lower price?

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...gKSjfD_BwE
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Surge protectors we have didn't help at all. Then again we don't have any of the high-quality ones like monster makes or similar. We have the cheap ones that you get from Big Lots or Walmart as far as the cheapest you can find. I should have used better surge protectors. Or at the very least use small UPC's which would absorb the lightning strike into the battery backup. Even my Optoma projector in the bedroom is now discombobulated. It turns on but the fan doesn't kick on. The logo shows but then turns to really tiny one line print across the screen. Once I power down, the fan will kick on and take a long time to finally shut off. What a shame, I use that projector in the bedroom everyday with an Android box, Showbox and Kodi. =(

Sorry to hear that man, Florida and cheap surge protectors don't mix well, especially over the summer. You can typically find monster surge protectors for a good price on flea bay.

I would recommend Dell GC TV deals if you're gonna replace multiple sets because you can stack cash back, dell rewards, and gift cards to carry over on each set. I know some people hate the GCs but they're pretty handy if you look through the store or need to buy multiple displays / components
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