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65" Samsung UN65MU6300 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV $799.99 + Free Shipping @ eBay

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65" Samsung UN65MU6300FXZA 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV $799.99 + Free Shipping
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Hdr10 by any chance
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How good is this deal? Pending Superbowl is coming up.
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Hdr10 by any chance
It can play HDR10 & HDR10+
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It can play HDR10 & HDR10+
Is this a good TV to buy for gaming? Quality wise how is it ?
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Is this a good TV to buy for gaming? Quality wise how is it ?

Off the top of my head input lag will be extremely low, as it is for all Samsungs. IMO there's something to be said for buying a Samsung, it's like shopping at Wal Mart, there's a certain baseline of quality and service expectation.

Negatives are the brightness which is far and away the key HDR stat and basically the only one that matters, is in the 300-350 nits range, which is is on the mid-low side for any TV that calls itself HDR. It will look better than your SDR TV, it's not competitive with expensive HDR sets. But of course the price is right for 65". I'd argue size will have a bigger effect on your viewing experience than HDR quality, so between this and a 55" with better HDR, this is probably better IMO.
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BuyDig via eBay offers the Samsung 65" 4K HDR WiFi LED LCD Ultra HD Smart Television, model no. UN65MU6300FXZA, for an in-cart price of $799.99 with free shipping. That's $23 under our mention from three weeks ago and the lowest price we've seen. (It's the best deal today by $98.) This 2017 model features a native resolution of 3840x2160 (4K 2160p), HDR Pro, WiFi, Bluetooth, Smart TV apps (Netflix, Pandora, Hulu, etc.), USB, and three HDMI inputs.

https://m.ebay.com/itm/Samsung-UN...noapp=true
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Off the top of my head input lag will be extremely low, as it is for all Samsungs. IMO there's something to be said for buying a Samsung, it's like shopping at Wal Mart, there's a certain baseline of quality and service expectation.

Negatives are the brightness which is far and away the key HDR stat and basically the only one that matters, is in the 300-350 nits range, which is is on the mid-low side for any TV that calls itself HDR. It will look better than your SDR TV, it's not competitive with expensive HDR sets. But of course the price is right for 65". I'd argue size will have a bigger effect on your viewing experience than HDR quality, so between this and a 55" with better HDR, this is probably better IMO.
Thank you i will wait for Sony's E series to drop down a bit. The TV I want is $999 I think soon it might be lower
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Reviews?
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XGXD...e=Reviews?
Good price but not slick, mediacore TV.
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Frys had the 6290 version (no smart remote) for $700 on around Black Friday.
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It's an ok tv. I got it a few months ago before reading up on it.
Got the MU8000 and it's like night and day between these 2 tv's.
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Refresh Rate: 60Hz
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It's an ok tv. I got it a few months ago before reading up on it.
Got the MU8000 and it's like night and day between these 2 tv's.
Certainly these two models has a big difference, key is

Refresh Rate: 60Hz vs 240Hz
higher refresh rate better visibility
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