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e series or m series? Which is better
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e series or m series? Which is better
D<E<M<P<R

E = Entry level
M = Midrange
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I have been looking for a 75" 4K for a while and this model keeps coming up. Sam's has it for $1488. This is Entry level and if you scan the forums you will see that some people are happy with the unit while the other happy do not like the refresh rate. I'm tempted but holding up for a slightly better model at the $1500 price point.
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D<E<M<P<R

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Gross, didn't know this thanks and pass
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Gross, didn't know this thanks and pass
Well, to be completely fair, it is one of the highest rated budget sets. Obviously if you spend more you get more, but dollar for dollar, this is not bad at all.
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Gross, didn't know this thanks and pass
LMAO! LMAO
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I have been looking for a 75" 4K for a while and this model keeps coming up. Sam's has it for $1488. This is Entry level and if you scan the forums you will see that some people are happy with the unit while the other happy do not like the refresh rate. I'm tempted but holding up for a slightly better model at the $1500 price point.
As someone who creates broadcast video content I say this:

This TV displays images at the correct refresh rate of national TV standards. There is no 120HZ content. If you are a member of the strange crowd who want a strong soap opera effect look to your content, then yes, you should look elsewhere. Also if you are a PC gamer who uses their 75" TV as a computer monitor you look elsewhere.

I had this TV and an M75. Picture wise they are near identical. The only issue on the "E" was the unit I got had a bit of splotchiness or "dirty screen effect" that bothered me when I watch football. Watching Deadpool 4K HDR it was identical.
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As someone who creates broadcast video content I say this:

This TV displays images at the correct refresh rate of national TV standards. There is no 120HZ content. If you are a member of the strange crowd who want a strong soap opera effect look to your content, then yes, you should look elsewhere. Also if you are a PC gamer who uses their 75" TV as a computer monitor you look elsewhere.

I had this TV and an M75. Picture wise they are near identical. The only issue on the "E" was the unit I got had a bit of splotchiness or "dirty screen effect" that bothered me when I watch football. Watching Deadpool 4K HDR it was identical.
Thank you. That helps put a little more perspective to this.
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Seems like true 4k and HDR.
I just wish it was $1250 and no GC.
As it is, you pay tax on the full $1600, and would lose money flipping the GC.
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