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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/nu7100

"The Samsung NU7100 is a decent 4k LED TV. It has decent picture quality with a good native contrast ratio but lacks more advanced features to improve the dark room performance such as local dimming. It has extremely low input lag which is excellent for gamers but the response time is only decent so some blur is visible behind fast moving objects. When viewed at an angle the image also loses accuracy, so the best picture is reserved for those directly in front of the TV."

"Good TV for use as a PC Monitor. It has exceptionally low input lag and chroma 4:4:4 is properly supported. Unfortunately, the viewing angle isn't very wide."
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Massgenie had a ring for sale that was posted here, I was not much impressed, but had ordered already.
There was no way to cancel, contact or anything, after I figured out it wasn't that great a deal, only $12 savings.
I'd recommend researching prices etc bf ordering.
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I like this TV for solo Xbox One X play. I sit a few feet away and it's awesome
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I got this tv last week, but I think I'm gonna return it. I got it primarily for PC monitor use, Netflix, and gaming, and while it isn't terrible, it has two major issues that are inherent to the technologies it uses. First, it has a VA panel, and while it rates higher than IPS models in terms of color and contrast, I found that sitting close enough to use it as a monitor, I would see noticeable color shifting at the edges of the screen because of the wide angle close up. Secondly, for anything less than maximum backlight brightness (for example, in a dark room), it uses a method called PWM to dim the backlight, introducing PWM flicker. The PWM flickering in this model runs at 240Hz, and that's enough cause nausea and dizziness for me when I'm sitting up close. Only a handful of TV's don't use PWM and therefore don't flicker, including most Sony models. These issues become less apparent if you're sitting farther away, but of course, at a larger distance, a 1080p TV would do the trick. It's just a shame, because otherwise, the TV is great, and has very low input lag.
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/nu7100

"The Samsung NU7100 is a decent 4k LED TV. It has decent picture quality with a good native contrast ratio but lacks more advanced features to improve the dark room performance such as local dimming. It has extremely low input lag which is excellent for gamers but the response time is only decent so some blur is visible behind fast moving objects. When viewed at an angle the image also loses accuracy, so the best picture is reserved for those directly in front of the TV."

"Good TV for use as a PC Monitor. It has exceptionally low input lag and chroma 4:4:4 is properly supported. Unfortunately, the viewing angle isn't very wide."
In this price range, nothing is overly impressive.
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I got this tv last week, but I think I'm gonna return it. I got it primarily for PC monitor use, Netflix, and gaming, and while it isn't terrible, it has two major issues that are inherent to the technologies it uses. First, it has a VA panel, and while it rates higher than IPS models in terms of color and contrast, I found that sitting close enough to use it as a monitor, I would see noticeable color shifting at the edges of the screen because of the wide angle close up. Secondly, for anything less than maximum backlight brightness (for example, in a dark room), it uses a method called PWM to dim the backlight, introducing PWM flicker. The PWM flickering in this model runs at 240Hz, and that's enough cause nausea and dizziness for me when I'm sitting up close. Only a handful of TV's don't use PWM and therefore don't flicker, including most Sony models. These issues become less apparent if you're sitting farther away, but of course, at a larger distance, a 1080p TV would do the trick. It's just a shame, because otherwise, the TV is great, and has very low input lag.
First of all, why are you sitting so close? 40"? You must be REAL close.
Redo your review sitting at the proper distance.
I think you would be better off with a 27-32" monitor.
I had the 43" NU710D (Costco model). I am six feet away.
Refunded due to green screen issue.
I got a deal ($300) for a NU710D 50" which I am still 6 feet away.
I believe I am to close. You seem to be too close and you need to twink that display. The TV doesn't have THAT much adjustments but it does have adjustments you probably could do.

FYI My firmware is 1154. *out the box.
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You think this is a good TV for a studio apartment? I don't watch much tv but it's for guests.... Or should I wait for something better?

I don't wanna go over 350
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Why would this Samsung 40" 4K TV for $299.99 be such a great deal when there is a Samsung 43" 4K TV at Costco for $279.99? https://www.costco.com/Samsung-43...63971.html
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Refurb of this is still $245 at Walmart
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Warranty? I know nothing of TV's I just want a cheap 4k for basic cable and video games... I'm just gonna shoot my shot lol.

I'm looking at Vizio, Samsung and Haier and I haven't hearf from vizio in a while and Haier isn't bad.
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Warranty? I know nothing of TV's I just want a cheap 4k for basic cable and video games... I'm just gonna shoot my shot lol.

I'm looking at Vizio, Samsung and Haier and I haven't hearf from vizio in a while and Haier isn't bad.
How can you find the link? The walmart site is tricky​
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In this price range, nothing is overly impressive.
​what would you recommend under 350? I know that's a bad question but for a light tv watcher in the 40-50 inch range.
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First of all, why are you sitting so close? 40"? You must be REAL close.
Redo your review sitting at the proper distance.
I think you would be better off with a 27-32" monitor.
I had the 43" NU710D (Costco model). I am six feet away.
Refunded due to green screen issue.
I got a deal ($300) for a NU710D 50" which I am still 6 feet away.
I believe I am to close. You seem to be too close and you need to twink that display. The TV doesn't have THAT much adjustments but it does have adjustments you probably could do.

FYI My firmware is 1154. *out the box.
When did you find the NU710D 50in for $300? I would love one.


Their review is fine. The PWM on these is too low, I agree there. My JU6500 I modified the backlight circuit to improve the PWM rate.

6ft away for a 40" monitor running at 4k and 100% scaling would be too small to use as a MONITOR where productivity matters. Sitting with eyes 2 feet away is perfect for 40" and 50" monitors, having a wall of work area in front of you. I'd say 1.5-2ft is good for 40in, 2-3ft is good for 50in.

I use a 50" JU6500 as a desktop monitor - for 3 1/2 years now, after trying a 40in. Both worked fine for desktop use, but the 50in was more enjoyable in games. Zero regrets, and at 2ft distance, I don't need to move my head to see anything. For people that sit closer, using a smaller window and using the screen area like one would use multiple monitors is still better for overall ergonomics. I think 50-inches will still be the perfect size when we get 8k, still using 100% scaling - ppi of a 25" 4k monitor today.

People used to believe that 17" CRTs were plenty after moving up from 14 and 15" color displays. Now 22 is standard and a lot of people don't want smaller than 27. 30-32" is becoming more prevalent. 40in will very likely be a common desktop display size in a few years.

This thing has less than a frame of 4k 4:4:4 input lag according to rtings, and I believe all the 2018 models support freesync. It may finally be time to upgrade from my JU6500 when a 50in model goes on sale! Of course the backlight pwm will need to be modded again as I use a backlight setting of 6 - very noticeable flicker at low pwm rates.
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​what would you recommend under 350? I know that's a bad question but for a light tv watcher in the 40-50 inch range.
This (which is probably a 6900 model)
7100 or 7400 if you can find a deal. (just because out of different people I asked "what TV is best in 43-50 inch range.. ?" Samsung was said.. LG, Vizio, TCL, Samsung..)
The Vizio E 43 F1 wasn't bad ( target ).
If TLC, the 5 series (517) Amazon (BestBuy has 515 , remote is none voice vs 517)
LG's are to bleached out.


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