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75" Hisense 75EU8070 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 75" Hisense 75EU8070 H8E Series 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED HDTV on sale for $999.99. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free store pickup. Thanks CubanMissile

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD)
  • Refresh Rate: Motion Rate 120
  • HDR, Smart + WiFi, Android TV
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x USB 3.0
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio
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I am starting this thread mainly to gain some input/advice. I don't recall ever seeing a 75" 4K w/HDR for under 1K. And I can not find any reviews. The 24 month no interest with BB credit make it incredibly attracting. So I appreciate any and ALL comments good or bad.

Cheers. TIA

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It's 120hz @ 1080P. 4K is only 60Hz. The rtings review from your link says that in the section that starts with " Inputs 9.2" I think both of you are correct, because he said it's not 4k 120hz (which is true), and you said native 120hz without specify operating resolution for 120hz (which also is true) Big Grin
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it's 2018 how are people still saying this it's so cringy. FYI almost ALL 4k TV's are native 60hz. Nvidia BFGD and other expensive gaming monitors are the only ones that have 4k 120hz and they're REALLYYY EXPENSIVE
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The sole review on Best Buy says it has bad input lag and would not be good for gaming.
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Very good price for the size
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I think price is very good for the size. It is the best value for sure.
I was thinking this TV also but ended up with Nu8000 from Samsung deal which is ~50% more.

The only thing I can find:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/16...eview.html

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Says 2 hdmI , but pic shows 3. Probably 3. Why would any manufacturer make a 75" TV with only 2 hdmI?
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I am starting this thread mainly to gain some input/advice. I don't recall ever seeing a 75" 4K w/HDR for under 1K. And I can not find any reviews. The 24 month no interest with BB credit make it incredibly attracting. So I appreciate any and ALL comments good or bad.

Cheers. TIA

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It's been 999 since last month.
I remember looking for my mother & remarking what a,size to price value it was.
The 24 no interest financing is a good way to spread your payments out & hardercto find these days
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The sole review on Best Buy says it has bad input lag and would not be good for gaming.
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The sole review on Best Buy says it has bad input lag and would not be good for gaming.
The fact that it is the only review it's what's keeping me from buying. Not the review itself. Was hoping someone here had it. Imma go up there after the first round of nfl games to see in person.
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Does this mode have google assistant? 3 hdmi?
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I was hoping for a better gaming review. The roku lag is not indicative of true input lag as even the little Roku boxes have a delay when making selections.

My current 60 in. Sharp is great but I really wanted the 75 in upgrade for my man cave.
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Says 2 hdmI , but pic shows 3. Probably 3. Why would any manufacturer make a 75" TV with only 2 hdmI?
Because they assume if you're in the market for a 75" TV that you probably have a receiver. Helps drive the cost lower for us as well.
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The 65" has a 4 star rating, but the 75" has a 3? Would they use different firmware or Roku software?
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Prob the best price performance size combo especially if budget at the present time

But i just replaced the older 65 h8c with a 65 h9e and the improvement / difference is extremely obvious for the extra coin. So if sheer size isnt ur priority (and performance per dolla is) get the h9e when on sale

The h8 performed admirable, especially for gaming

Also if this is a newer model/size tv the input lag will prob be addressed in firmware at some point. Also the sole reviewer maybe didnt have the ideal game settings applied (turn off all extra image processing, game mode, etc)
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Scratch my comment on gaming, it is only 60 hz native. Without an honest review on a game system performing on it, I will not jump on it. Samsung at 120 hz probably gets my money in this size.
it's 2018 how are people still saying this it's so cringy. FYI almost ALL 4k TV's are native 60hz. Nvidia BFGD and other expensive gaming monitors are the only ones that have 4k 120hz and they're REALLYYY EXPENSIVE
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