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Samsung 85" Class 4K UHD Smart TV - UN85JU7100FXZA - $2998 with free shipping at Sam's Club

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I've seen this TV before - it is huge!

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WOW! That's a LOT of TV for the money!
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2015 model. I have the 50" and it's a fantastic TV. Accepts HDR, but doesn't have WCG or enough brightness to fully display it. Beautiful TV and one of the last to offer 3D
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Hdr10?
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I'd rather get the Optoma uhd65 projector, and this paint application project, but larger.
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Hdr10?
No

Where did they get 2015 TV's brand new?
It seems Fry's has the same deal going on
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2015 model with no HDR? You would be better off with the 2017 Samsung 8000 Series 82". The 82" is 50 lbs lighter as well. (100lbs vs the 150lbs for the 85").
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2015 model with no HDR? You would be better off with the 2017 Samsung 8000 Series 82". The 82" is 50 lbs lighter as well. (100lbs vs the 150lbs for the 85").
And $250 cheaper.
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I'd rather get the Optoma uhd65 projector, and this paint application project, but larger.
picture quality of the lcd will be much better than a projector if you have any ambient lighting in the room, especially windows. if you just plan to watch in the dark then sure a projector can give you a bigger picture.

that being said, this is a huge tv,, but price is 2-3x as high as even 75" deals and this is a 2015 model. i dont think it is worth the cost unless you absolutely need an 85" tv and are not willing to compromise for 70-80" options
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Still holding out for a deal on the 98UB9810.
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I think I'd rather have the 82" 2017 model w/ HDR and 240hz refresh rate https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072Q1Z...B00VB9MM5A
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picture quality of the lcd will be much better than a projector if you have any ambient lighting in the room, especially windows. if you just plan to watch in the dark then sure a projector can give you a bigger picture.

that being said, this is a huge tv,, but price is 2-3x as high as even 75" deals and this is a 2015 model. i dont think it is worth the cost unless you absolutely need an 85" tv and are not willing to compromise for 70-80" options
https://youtu.be/RmgXJvkkqkI

That's with ambient light and a cheap projector take a good look at that video. They use a two paint combo. One being a metallic untinted and the other is flat grey Tabby 2 to 1. I have this paint application in the bedroom, and it's freaking awesome!

Of course the TV is going to look better, but with that particular projector and that paint combo, my viewing experience will be larger and acceptable. not to mention the projector is portable. I can bring it over a friend's house or apartment and shoot it on there wall. Android TV box with wireless mini keyboard, Showbox popcorn time and Kodi.

Statistically speaking the majority of the population walking this Earth are not audiophiles/videophiles. They watch regular cable TV hooked up to an average TV or flat panel. They listen to regular radio stations, mp3 or some streaming app like I Heart Radio, TuneIn Radio or Pandora. They go to the movie theater, spend their money and watch whatever is offered. The majority of people do not have the latest and greatest sitting in there home. So most people would be flabbergasted with an almost 4K projector and good 4K content or at the very least Kodi 4K.

Sure I would love to have this TV but I feel I get more bang for my buck with the other mentioned option.

I have an Optoma HD 180 and 170 inch Elite screen. We've watched so much content on that set up with a 7.1 surround sound and double powered subwoofer. All bought used every bit of it. The projector was bought from a pawn shop, the screen was bought from eBay and was a damn hassle to have shipped. The 7.1 Yamaha receiver was bought used from a thrift store as well as the two powered subwoofers and surround sound speakers. Even the metal speaker stands we're all bought used and they're cheap LOL hahaha

I've had this setup for probably 5 years now and only recently did the bulb finally give out. I ordered a new one from eBay but I was sent the wrong bulb and it didn't fit. Technically I can use a Dremel and cut out an L-shaped piece of metal. The bulb was only 25 bucks and the seller was a douche about getting a replacement sent out since he claimed it was the supplier that messed up. So I'm just going to cut the damn thing and be done with it. you see what I mean though 25 bucks versus several thousand. at night the viewing experience is excellent with 170 inch Elite screen. in the bedroom I have the paint combo and a different projector which has recently gotten destroyed by a lightning strike. not a big deal I will eventually get a replacement most likely 1080p. but it's awesome, having such a large image in the bedroom on the wall right at the foot of the bed. Dual powered subwoofers under the bed with a 5.1 receiver all bought used including the projector. surround sound speakers held up around the room with push pins or thumbtacks. all bought very inexpensively through places like Goodwill, Salvation Army, and kids Ranch, you name it.
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I think I'd rather have the 82" 2017 model w/ HDR and 240hz refresh rate https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072Q1Z...B00VB9MM5A
https://m.ebay.com/itm/Samsung-UN82MU8000-82-Smart-LED-4K-Ultra-HD-TV-with-HDR/272752925201?epid=14004856336&hash=item3f81575a11:g:06QAAOSwKFRZdg3i

$2749.00 or cheaper?
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I think I'd rather have the 82" 2017 model w/ HDR and 240hz refresh rate https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072Q1Z...B00VB9MM5A
You are damn right on that... this 2015 85" TV is bad at upscaling regular 1080i content you are going to notice only the post processing effect and blur... 82" mu8000 is much better option and does a much better job... but my vote is always for Sony on TVs 75" and above mainly bcoz of upscaling even though the Android OS sucks and the input lag is horrible for gaming
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