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sony 65 inch xbr65x930e for $1999 + tax in store only

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microcenter is selling 2017 sony 65 inch bravia 65 X930E for $1999. you need to select your nearest location and request price. you get an email for $1999. its a 4k hd tv with dolby vision high end tv with android tv os.

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...art_LED_TV

very good reviews everywhere.
http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x930e
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Any more coupons to make this deal even slicker Wink
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bad price, why would you get this over a LG 65 OLED when the oled is only a few hundred more without tax and after tax with this you are very close to same price.
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Sony upscalling and picture processing is way better than LG. It also gets very bright which is one of the main requirements of HDR. Agreed that OLED has better contrast ratio. X930E competes head on head with LG C7.
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bad price, why would you get this over a LG 65 OLED when the oled is only a few hundred more without tax and after tax with this you are very close to same price.
930e is brighter and is better with image retention. There is also no risk of burn-in (this is an issue with OLED. For me I have kids that just leave the TV on so I am concerned) But I do agree I would like to see this at 1700. A 65" OLED will probably drop to 2000 during black friday.

Edit: Additionally this may be a YMMV because its in store. MI has 0 stock. Both locations in GA have 1 stock each.
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I called the store and was told you can place an order in store in spite of no stock and pick it up when available.

Additionally: best buy may price match in those areas.
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I will give a thumbs up. Probably gonna go with the 65 m series though at half the cost. That and. My ks8000 will get me through a couple years to see what happens with hdr wars, oled vs quantum dot. And hdmi2.1. I do love this tv even though not full array. From a reputable seller not ebay. And great price.
Ah screw it. I am gonna go see if best buy will pm
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I will give a thumbs up. Probably gonna go with the 65 m series though at half the cost. That and. My ks8000 will get me through a couple years to see what happens with hdr wars, oled vs quantum dot. And hdmi2.1. I do love this tv even though not full array. From a reputable seller not ebay. And great price.
Ah screw it. I am gonna go see if best buy will pm
Let us know ur pm experience with best buy
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thanks
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I will give a thumbs up. Probably gonna go with the 65 m series though at half the cost. That and. My ks8000 will get me through a couple years to see what happens with hdr wars, oled vs quantum dot. And hdmi2.1. I do love this tv even though not full array. From a reputable seller not ebay. And great price.
Ah screw it. I am gonna go see if best buy will pm
Vizio M is going is not going to be up to par with the Samsung KS8000...

That is more in line with the P series if you are comparing brands

I own both the Samsung KS8000 and Vizio P

The Vizio M is not in the game with those two
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bad price, why would you get this over a LG 65 OLED when the oled is only a few hundred more without tax and after tax with this you are very close to same price.
two reasons

1. Bright room performance
....windows in room and general daytime watching
2. HDR performance
....nothing can tough a high LCD for HDR performance as the brightness make a huge difference

If you watch TV in a dark room/basement...go with the OLED
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I just went through the process of choosing between the LG B7A and the X930E. I purchased the B7A for $2200 then after going through the forums and looking at my family's viewing habits, returned it and got the X930E instead. I just didn't want to change my viewing habits to accommodate the OLED. I would be too paranoid when watching tv that the channel logo would burn in.
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I just went through the process of choosing between the LG B7A and the X930E. I purchased the B7A for $2200 then after going through the forums and looking at my family's viewing habits, returned it and got the X930E instead. I just didn't want to change my viewing habits to accommodate the OLED. I would be too paranoid when watching tv that the channel logo would burn in.
Are you happy with Sony? Which one did you liked most?
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Are you happy with Sony? Which one did you liked most?
I really liked the B7A and I would've kept it aside from the paranoia of burn in and the fact that I have a big window perpendicular to the TV that faces west, so in the afternoons there was a lot of glare on the screen and the B7A was just a bit too dim to overcome that. Though I would say if I had darker curtains, it wouldn't have been an issue.

I don't have the 930E yet; coming in a few days, but I really liked it at the store. It also helps that I got it for less than the price of the OLED for this deal.
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The X930E is only marginally better than the X900E, I'd save the money and buy the latter.
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