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Hisense 65" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Roku TV - 65R6D $598+tax / Free Shipping

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Resolution: 4K Ultra HD
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Hdr10, 120hz refresh, roku hd, and 65" this looks slick to me. Cheapest 4k 65 inch ive found was sceptre for $500 but no hdr, not smart, and 60hz refresh.

I will probably buy this.
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Isn't this 60hz native? Would it be worth the extra $100 for the h9 with 120 hz, local dimming and wide color gamut?
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Isn't this 60hz native? Would it be worth the extra $100 for the h9 with 120 hz, local dimming and wide color gamut?
Yes. Only thing you lose is rokutv. Instead it has operatv which is missing lots of apps unfortunately. not a big deal if you have a 4k streaming device
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Hdr10, 120hz refresh, roku hd, and 65" this looks slick to me. Cheapest 4k 65 inch ive found was sceptre for $500 but no hdr, not smart, and 60hz refresh.

I will probably buy this.
Where did you find the specifications for this tv? I wanted to compare this to the TCL and see which one was better bang for the buck.
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Where did you find the specifications for this tv? I wanted to compare this to the TCL and see which one was better bang for the buck.
Click the sams club link, they have it listed. Googling the tv model confirmes hdr10 compliant. Unfortunately its fake 120hz refresh I think, sams has listed 120 motion refresh but 60hz native. Probably artificial refresh.
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Ok, I'm trying to get the best deal for my money? Which one is a better deal and more cost efficient, this one and the one that is $698, Hisense 65" Class Premium 4K HDR Wide Color Gamut Smart TV - 65H9D? Thanks!
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Ok, I'm trying to get the best deal for my money? Which one is a better deal and more cost efficient, this one and the one that is $698, Hisense 65" Class Premium 4K HDR Wide Color Gamut Smart TV - 65H9D? Thanks!
I think the H9D is the better deal. The extra features make a good amount of difference and are a bit more future proof. If you're most concerned about bang for your buck then I advise waiting a bit. The best bang/buck TV for 2017 was the TCL P-series. Unfortunately, they only released it in 55 inches. For 2018 they are re-branding this as the 6-series, are improving specs across the board, and are releasing a 65 inch tv. It should come out in March or April and be an unbeatable value.
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I think the H9D is the better deal. The extra features make a good amount of difference and are a bit more future proof. If you're most concerned about bang for your buck then I advise waiting a bit. The best bang/buck TV for 2017 was the TCL P-series. Unfortunately, they only released it in 55 inches. For 2018 they are re-branding this as the 6-series, are improving specs across the board, and are releasing a 65 inch tv. It should come out in March or April and be an unbeatable value.
Thanks, Rob!
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I think the H9D is the better deal. The extra features make a good amount of difference and are a bit more future proof. If you're most concerned about bang for your buck then I advise waiting a bit. The best bang/buck TV for 2017 was the TCL P-series. Unfortunately, they only released it in 55 inches. For 2018 they are re-branding this as the 6-series, are improving specs across the board, and are releasing a 65 inch tv. It should come out in March or April and be an unbeatable value.
When you say unbeatable value, do you think it'll be around this same price? $600?
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When you say unbeatable value, do you think it'll be around this same price? $600?
No, the TCL 55 inch should be around 600 with the 65 inch probably being around 1k. The person I was replying to seemed open to paying more for better performance as long as it was still a good value. In my opinion the TCL P-series gave the best performance per dollar ratio and I expect their 2018 lineup to continue that.
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No, the TCL 55 inch should be around 600 with the 65 inch probably being around 1k. The person I was replying to seemed open to paying more for better performance as long as it was still a good value. In my opinion the TCL P-series gave the best performance per dollar ratio and I expect their 2018 lineup to continue that.
thank you i will wait for the new tcl
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My only comment would be my friend picked this LG system up at microcenter. http://www.microcenter.com/produc...art_LED_TV

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SKU
364711
Mfr Part#
65UJ6200
UPC
719192615717
GENERAL
Series
J6 Series
Model Number
65UJ6200
Color
Black
PANEL
Display Type
LED
Backlight Type
LED
Backlight Life
>50,000 Hours
Screen Size
64.5"
Native Resolution
3840x2160
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Refresh Rate
60Hz
Refresh Rate Technology
TruMotion 120
Viewing Angles H/V
178 horizontal / 178 vertical viewing angles
VIDEO
HD Signal Support
1080p
2160p

Overall is the Hisense a better deal?
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Isn't this 60hz native? Would it be worth the extra $100 for the h9 with 120 hz, local dimming and wide color gamut?
Yes I would recommend H9 over this better picture quality IMHO.
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No, the TCL 55 inch should be around 600 with the 65 inch probably being around 1k. The person I was replying to seemed open to paying more for better performance as long as it was still a good value. In my opinion the TCL P-series gave the best performance per dollar ratio and I expect their 2018 lineup to continue that.
Isn't that the current price of the existing models. From what I understand the MSRp is around 800 and it is avaliable for 600 (that too only at best buy). In opinion when the new models get launched they should be around 800 for P Series equivalent and 500 for s series equivalent. The new release should push the price of current model lower I think.
I am in a similar boat. Want to take 55/65 inch 4k hdr tv that is best bang for the buck.
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