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Meh....
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Tv price drop like a rock, you can get 79 inch at this price next year or two.
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No HDR

No joke, I literally almost bought this TV a couple of hours ago from another website, then I decided I better see why HDR cost so much more in a 4K TV, why it's so much more popular (for those that can afford it) and is it even really worth it?

HDR is a newer technology, you'll find people that'll literally buy a 4K TV just because of the HDR in itself​. At 4K vs 1080, many people actually wouldn't see much of a difference given the average TV size in America and the distance the viewer is sitting. HDR on the other-hand is a noticeable difference regardless. In fact your return on 4K only starts at 65" + according to MANY experts, famous tech youtubers, etc.

There are some other deals here on Slickdeals right now that you might wanna check out instead of this TV that does cost more but it comes with HDR. Again, you're more likely to see a difference with HDR vs no HDR over 1080 vs 4K at 55".

If you don't care about HDR, it's not a bad deal, not the best but not bad.. that $200 can easily go toward a soundbar.. and no need for Roku, apps are built in and kept up to date.
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No HDR

No joke, I literally almost bought this TV a couple of hours ago from another website, then I decided I better see why HDR cost so much more in a 4K TV, why it's so much more popular (for those that can afford it) and is it even really worth it?

HDR is a newer technology, you'll find people that'll literally buy a 4K TV just because of the HDR in itself​. At 4K vs 1080, many people actually wouldn't see much of a difference given the average TV size in America and the distance the viewer is sitting. HDR on the other-hand is a noticeable difference regardless. In fact your return on 4K only starts at 65" + according to MANY experts, famous tech youtubers, etc.

There are some other deals here on Slickdeals right now that you might wanna check out instead of this TV that does cost more but it comes with HDR. Again, you're more likely to see a difference with HDR vs no HDR over 1080 vs 4K at 55".

If you don't care about HDR, it's not a bad deal, not the best but not bad.. that $200 can easily go toward a soundbar.. and no need for Roku, apps are built in and kept up to date.
I wish you could just buy 1080p tvs. I sold my old LG.. It was perfectly fine! I went with a new one... And I am disappointed... So sad.
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I wish you could just buy 1080p tvs. I sold my old LG.. It was perfectly fine! I went with a new one... And I am disappointed... So sad.
Probably should have purchased a well reviewed tv
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No HDR

No joke, I literally almost bought this TV a couple of hours ago from another website, then I decided I better see why HDR cost so much more in a 4K TV, why it's so much more popular (for those that can afford it) and is it even really worth it?

HDR is a newer technology, you'll find people that'll literally buy a 4K TV just because of the HDR in itself​. At 4K vs 1080, many people actually wouldn't see much of a difference given the average TV size in America and the distance the viewer is sitting. HDR on the other-hand is a noticeable difference regardless. In fact your return on 4K only starts at 65" + according to MANY experts, famous tech youtubers, etc.

There are some other deals here on Slickdeals right now that you might wanna check out instead of this TV that does cost more but it comes with HDR. Again, you're more likely to see a difference with HDR vs no HDR over 1080 vs 4K at 55".

If you don't care about HDR, it's not a bad deal, not the best but not bad.. that $200 can easily go toward a soundbar.. and no need for Roku, apps are built in and kept up to date.
That's a good point. Just wanted to say that I was searching for a 1080p TV of reputable brand, but I found the 4Ks to be about the same price (I'm talking about non- HDR, I did not look for HDR TV), sinces the prices were so similar, I ended up buying a 4K.
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I wish you could just buy 1080p tvs. I sold my old LG.. It was perfectly fine! I went with a new one... And I am disappointed... So sad.
What model did you purchase? I disagree with still buying TVs that can only do 1080P. Even an entry level 4k model TV like this Samsung will give better results than 1080 even high end 1080p models.
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What model did you purchase? I disagree with still buying TVs that can only do 1080P. Even an entry level 4k model TV like this Samsung will give better results than 1080 even high end 1080p models.
Why disagree? All my sources are 1080p and won't be changing anytime soon
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No HDR

No joke, I literally almost bought this TV a couple of hours ago from another website, then I decided I better see why HDR cost so much more in a 4K TV, why it's so much more popular (for those that can afford it) and is it even really worth it?

HDR is a newer technology, you'll find people that'll literally buy a 4K TV just because of the HDR in itself​. At 4K vs 1080, many people actually wouldn't see much of a difference given the average TV size in America and the distance the viewer is sitting. HDR on the other-hand is a noticeable difference regardless. In fact your return on 4K only starts at 65" + according to MANY experts, famous tech youtubers, etc.

There are some other deals here on Slickdeals right now that you might wanna check out instead of this TV that does cost more but it comes with HDR. Again, you're more likely to see a difference with HDR vs no HDR over 1080 vs 4K at 55".

If you don't care about HDR, it's not a bad deal, not the best but not bad.. that $200 can easily go toward a soundbar.. and no need for Roku, apps are built in and kept up to date.
I'm curious which TV deal on here that you would recommend with true HDR that doesn't cost over $600? I'm in the market for a 50-55" 4K w HDR. Not brand specific, just looking for a good deal for gaming and streaming, that won't break the bank. TU!
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I may be interested. Is this OLED?
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I may be interested. Is this OLED?
nope. it's DELO.

Seriously though you are not going to find an oled this size for this range.
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4K being pushed in America while internet service providers with their monopolies are keeping residential bandwidth rates laughable to even stream 1080P without completely saturating the home line. Add in another person in the house with a TV doing the same, someone else on a laptop or a smartphone, well, those paltry bandwidth rates from the cable providers almost start to seem conspiratorial as we sit around with 4K content being pushed and a "buffering" experience.

Congrats to the few living in "gigabit cities" where you can get 1gbps synchronous for $70/mo or less. The rest of America is paying that to Spectrum or whatever other gouging monopolist in the region for 30 mbits. LOL.

Now it's "net neutrality" time to make the party even more fun. America, land of the free...
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What model did you purchase? I disagree with still buying TVs that can only do 1080P. Even an entry level 4k model TV like this Samsung will give better results than 1080 even high end 1080p models.
I just pulled the trigger on this in the samsung.com deal just because it is minimal cost with the trade in PLUS upgrading from my 2006 Sony LCD "KDL" 52inch. Yes I know its not high end, but the big difference in TV's is that you are not comparing side by side all the time in your home, but I will see the diff between a 2006 1080p vs this 4K.
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