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PC Richard & Son buyers They have a Low Price Guarantee [pcrichard.com]. If you find a lower price within 30 days of ordering from an authorized retailer, they will mail you a check of the difference. BrandsMart sold it for $100 less when this deal was posted, so check within the time frame if they bring it back to $1,400.

Supposedly this has 10 bit HDR, according to a previous thread. Member Chefez says their Xbox sees 10bit.
100+ TU Thread from last year with more people saying it has 10 bit.
Those west of the Rockies may prefer to use PC Richard instead due to BrandsMart shipping costs ($219 max). PC Richard has free local shipping and only tax. Outside those states, flat $75 shipping no tax. Those within states but not close enough will get hit with taxes and the shipping fee. Either option will be around $1600 total.
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I can confirm this is a 10-bit VA panel, native 120hz panel with HDR. Got one hooked up to an Xbox One X. Most of the specs you see online are wrong. Purchased a few months ago @1500 from PC Richard. Definently a great deal.
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I can confirm this is a 10-bit VA panel, native 120hz panel with HDR. Got one hooked up to an Xbox One X. Most of the specs you see online are wrong. Purchased a few months ago @1500 from PC Richard. Definently a great deal.
Thanks for your input. I have the One X as well. So in the video settings >> advanced video settings >> 4k tv details... Everything is green? And how many inputs can do HDMI 2.0? Do you get the same results on your Xbox no matter the port? I called customer service, who unfortunately didn't understand, and was unable to get an answer about HDMI versions.
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I can confirm this is a 10-bit VA panel, native 120hz panel with HDR. Got one hooked up to an Xbox One X. Most of the specs you see online are wrong. Purchased a few months ago @1500 from PC Richard. Definently a great deal.
Is it bright and local array dimming
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Is there a legit audio/video site that has done a review on this TV?
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Philips is an endangered TV brand, no? How's the quality of this thing?
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Philips is an endangered TV brand, no? How's the quality of this thing?
I believe all Philips TVs in the US are made by Funai which apparently also makes Magnavox, Emerson, Sanyo and possibly other TVs. No idea what that means as far as long term support but probably means quality is less than fantastic.
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I believe all Philips TVs in the US are made by Funai which apparently also makes Magnavox, Emerson, Sanyo and possibly other TVs. No idea what that means as far as long term support but probably means quality is less than fantastic.
Funai means mass produced garbage. Before I realized all big named electronics mentioned were no longer what they once were, I bought Emerson and Magnavox made by funai. All fell apart. Will never by them again.
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Is it bright and local array dimming
It can get extremely bright for the price, I would put the max at around 500 nits. No local dimming, direct LED...similar to the 6300 samsung series etc. Best deals for local dimming is probably the M series Vizio 75" @ 1800+tax.

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Thanks for your input. I have the One X as well. So in the video settings >> advanced video settings >> 4k tv details... Everything is green? And how many inputs can do HDMI 2.0? Do you get the same results on your Xbox no matter the port? I called customer service, who unfortunately didn't understand, and was unable to get an answer about HDMI versions.
I'm only using 1 HDMI at the moment, but I know at least 2 of them are 2.0...haven't tested all. Everything is lit up on XBOX....HDR/4K etc etc was all automatically selected. Very noticeable color difference when going from 8-bit color to 10-bit in UHD blu-rays/games, much more vivid. Solid TV for the price.

Edit: Checked a 3rd HDMI, 2.0 as well. Couldn't reach the 4th (wall-mounted).

Also here's a pic of the auto-detect on the Xbox One X for reference.

https://imgur.com/a/86sCy
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It can get extremely bright for the price, I would put the max at around 500 nits. No local dimming, direct LED...similar to the 6300 samsung series etc. Best deals for local dimming is probably the M series Vizio 75" @ 1800+tax.


I'm only using 1 HDMI at the moment, but I know at least 2 of them are 2.0...haven't tested all. Everything is lit up on XBOX....HDR/4K etc etc was all automatically selected. Very noticeable color difference when going from 8-bit color to 10-bit in UHD blu-rays/games, much more vivid. Solid TV for the price.

Edit: Checked a 3rd HDMI, 2.0 as well. Couldn't reach the 4th (wall-mounted).

Also here's a pic of the auto-detect on the Xbox One X for reference.

https://imgur.com/a/86sCy
Thanks for checking. Only 1st input is HDMI 2.0 on that M75 Vizio, so I definitely like this has more. Easy $300 saved going Phillips route.
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Brand Smart is selling this for $1500, not $1400.
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Brand Smart is selling this for $1500, not $1400.
Thanks, updated their price.
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I just viewed this TV in person and I don't think most people here would be satisfied with the picture quality. Definitely not a bargain at this price. Check out the Sceptre 75" inch at Walmart if you want a bargain basement set for $999.
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I just viewed this TV in person and I don't think most people here would be satisfied with the picture quality. Definitely not a bargain at this price. Check out the Sceptre 75" inch at Walmart if you want a bargain basement set for $999.
That doesn't have hdr, which someone is looking at this because they want hdr. If not, then I would totally go with the Sceptre or rca 75"+ tv deals right now. I'd personally do the 78" rca.
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