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Best Buy Black Friday: 65" Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA 4K 2160p Smart Ultra HD TV for $749.99

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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has 65" Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA 4K 2160p Smart Ultra HD TV for $749.99

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Category: 4K TVs, HDTV, LED TVs, Smart TVs
Brands: Samsung
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My question is does this have HDR Pro or not? On Best Buy's product page it says HDR: NO, but on CNET and Samsung's own website this exact model number supports HDR Pro.
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My question is does this have HDR Pro or not? On Best Buy's product page it says HDR: NO, but on CNET and Samsung's own website this exact model number supports HDR Pro.
HDR pro or not. I also would like to kmow
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What year are we living in when a $1000 TV doesn't have more than 2 HDMI ports. 4 should become the standard.
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My question is does this have HDR Pro or not? On Best Buy's product page it says HDR: NO, but on CNET and Samsung's own website this exact model number supports HDR Pro.
I don't trust CNET anymore. Trust the specs in the item page. CNET has been wrong with specs for several things this past year.
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My question is does this have HDR Pro or not? On Best Buy's product page it says HDR: NO, but on CNET and Samsung's own website this exact model number supports HDR Pro.
I was trying to figure out what hdr pro even is. There was a 75 inch lg with hdrpro at my Sam's club for 730
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I was trying to figure out what hdr pro even is. There was a 75 inch lg with hdrpro at my Sam's club for 730
High dynamic range. Some people find HDR the bigger upgrade than 4K. It basically allows more/accurate colors.
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Will this deal be available online?
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I was trying to figure out what hdr pro even is. There was a 75 inch lg with hdrpro at my Sam's club for 730
Is the $730 price for an open box or a sale price? I'd love a 75" for $730
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"hdr pro" does not equal HDR10 or dolby vision (the two HDR standards at the moment). It's marketing speak for "my tv has good colors"
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My question is does this have HDR Pro or not? On Best Buy's product page it says HDR: NO, but on CNET and Samsung's own website this exact model number supports HDR Pro.
Most everyone will run this TV with a receiver.
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What year are we living in when a $1000 TV doesn't have more than 2 HDMI ports. 4 should become the standard.
Most people will run this with a receiver.
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What year are we living in when a $1000 TV doesn't have more than 2 HDMI ports. 4 should become the standard.
Push would be to get rid of cords in the future and embrace steaming through cloud/DLNA etc. You get old before you know it
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I don't trust CNET anymore. Trust the specs in the item page. CNET has been wrong with specs for several things this past year.
Which is why I also stated that the Samsung site also says it has HDR.
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"hdr pro" does not equal HDR10 or dolby vision (the two HDR standards at the moment). It's marketing speak for "my tv has good colors"
Per Samsung, HDR Pro DOES equal HDR10. However, Dolby Vision, while technically supported, will just downgrade the signal from 12-Bit to 10-Bit HDR10. So it does not truly support Dolby Vision.
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