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43" Atyme 3840x2160 4K UHD LED HDTV for $184.99 AC or 27" Sceptre 3840x2160 4K UHD IPS Panel LED Monitor for $199.99 AC + Free Ship @ Newegg

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43" Atyme 3840x2160 4K UHD 60 Hz 8.5ms LED HDTV (430AM7UD) [newegg.com]
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27" Sceptre 3840x2160 4K UHD 5ms (GTG) IPS Panel 60 Hz LED Monitor with Built-In Speakers (U275W-4000R) [newegg.com]
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Price (with code): $199.99 + Free Ship
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Anybody own the atyme TV? Looking for review.
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not sure, based in Cali

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The Atyme is not a smart tv either, no wifi.
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In on the Sceptre. Thanks OP.
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Fry's pushes these tvs like crazy in the email ads.
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Atyme, because they only work A-tyme.
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The Atyme is not a smart tv either, no wifi.
I'm okay with those types of TV's being a Network Engineer, as they are hard to find. I don't need more wireless TV's with poor firmware updates and smarts with security vulnerabilities on my home network. I'd rather plug in a Roku or Chromecast that has continuous updates, and not have to manually update the Smart TV, if they ever get updates.
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I'm okay with those types of TV's as a Network Engineer, as they are hard to find. I don't need more wireless TV's with poor updates and smarts, I'd rather plug in a Roku or Chromecast that has continuous updates.
True but what about updating TV firmware or Software? You gotta stay on top of loading it to a USB to update your TV? Thats kind of annoying.
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True but what about updating TV firmware or Software? You gotta stay on top of loading it to a USB to update your TV? Thats kind of annoying.
Yup, I agree with you, that's why I'd like something external that updates on its own. It's like updating a BIOS on a computer, it's good to do, but is generally archaic and time consuming.
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True but what about updating TV firmware or Software? You gotta stay on top of loading it to a USB to update your TV? Thats kind of annoying.
The updates are mostly for security reasons & other safeguards that might be breached thru wireless connectivity. ie: credit card information when renting pron, alexa "cyboring" with google [or apples if ménage à trois] & racks up the astrange purchases.
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This TV any good? Can't find many reviews
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Aytymes blow. I've seen 480p sets with better picture quality.
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ATYME is literally RCA/ProScan. Their models, service codes, etc. are identical, simply with their brand name printed instead. As with almost any LED panel, it's hit or miss. I bought mine for a crazy cheap price at Fry's. The one on display in the store had horrible DSE which concerned me. But I've known every brand to be hit or miss with that, so I took a chance. Mine ended up being not too bad at all, tiny bit of DSE, but not much. As you can see with walmart reviews/amazon reviews, a lot of people have great luck with ATYME, and others get absolutely awful panels.

From my experience, the 4k picture quality is great. 1080p content also looks great. Default settings are a little off though, so you have to adjust the settings to get the best picture, and turn off their awful 'noise reduction', etc. I never use TV speakers, so I can't even comment on the audio quality. Out of the cheaper sets I've owned, I would rank them (best to worst) - Toshiba, Vizio, ATYME, Sony, Sceptre. Honestly, any cheap set is hit or miss, as my list shows. Even some higher end samsung's have been far worse quality than my ATYME.

It's literally all about the luck of what panel you get. If you want one, get it, check for flashlighting and DSE. If it's pretty good, keep it and be happy with the deal you got. If it's awful, just return it.
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I own a atyme 43" 4k i bought from frys for 199 +tax about 2 months ago...i love it. I actually use it for work (IT Job) and replaced 3x 24" dell monitors with 1x 43" tv. I don't have another 4k tv/monitor to compare it to and have not done any gaming on this so i cant help you there but you shouldn't compare this with a +400 dollar panel. For this price i am almost considering one for working at home since it is hard to go back to a standard def screen.
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