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Sony XBR65X850E 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV $1,232.97 + Tax + Fee Shipping

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Sony X850E 4k TV 65" $1,232.97+Tax (where applicable) @ Amazon

I think this is the lowest these have been in a while from an authorized dealer.

65" Sony XBR65X850E 4k Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2017 Model) $1,232.97 [amazon.com]
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The 75" is 2032. That's not too bad either.
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Hmmm... this or Vizio M?
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Can't decide - this or Samsung MU8000 for a bright room? Any suggestions?
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Yea, saw that after I posted mine.
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He beat me to the deal Smilie. Maybe Amazon will lower it or if anyone wants to use financing.
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This is better than samsung MU8000. Anything close to $1k would be a good deal for this TV
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This is better than samsung MU8000. Anything close to $1k would be a good deal for this TV

Is this better than MU8000 for a bright room? Its only $50-$60 more for Mu.
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Walmart deal charges for shipping and tax
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Is this better than MU8000 for a bright room? Its only $50-$60 more for Mu.
From rtings.com
"The MU8000 is a similarly priced LED TV from Samsung. It performs very similarly overall, but gets a little brighter and has slightly lower input lag. The X850E has a significantly wider color gamut though, which is quite beneficial for HDR. Either is a good choice, but since the Sony will usually run you a little less, it is the best choice between the two"
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From rtings.com
"The MU8000 is a similarly priced LED TV from Samsung. It performs very similarly overall, but gets a little brighter and has slightly lower input lag. The X850E has a significantly wider color gamut though, which is quite beneficial for HDR. Either is a good choice, but since the Sony will usually run you a little less, it is the best choice between the two"

Thanks for your suggestion.

What if its to just watch regular tv shows and not much of HDR content? Doesn't HDR only work if you have HDR content to view?
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This is better than samsung MU8000. Anything close to $1k would be a good deal for this TV
Can't decide between these two and the Vizio M.
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[QUOTE=slicker07;107056779]Thanks for your suggestion.

What if its to just watch regular tv shows and not much of HDR content? Doesn't HDR only work if you have HDR content to view?[/QUOTE}

If you are going to watch TV in a bright room, then Samsung MU8000 might suit you better
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He beat me to the deal https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif. Maybe Amazon will lower it or if anyone wants to use financing.
Chase Freedom has 5% Cashback at Walmart up to $1500 and $150 cashback if you are a new cardholder spending $500 in the first 3 months.
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