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Last Edited by xtp May 4, 2019 at 01:16 PM
Price is down to $349.00 in some stores.

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=939622535

Update Guys, Recently got this set. THIS IS NOT the same set as reviewed by Rting, their 7100..

The 55 inch I got measured only an abysmal 2800:1 contrast ratio, vs rting's 5200:1

Black lvls are really high, and image looks more faded than a 4000:1 or 5000:1 set.

The brightness is about the same 270cd , vs the 290 on rting's set.

The color gamut is also ~13% lower than Rting's

Again, this might just be difference in batches, because they're probably sourcing panels all over for the low end lines such as this.

HOWEVER, I would consider this a completely different TV vs the 7100 reviewed on Rting.

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I pulled the trigger on this TV... can't beat the price, thanks OP!
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Does anyone who has this recommend settings other than rtings website to help with banding on dark colors? Recent issue with Game of Thrones latest episode in particular made it hard to watch and debating a return for something else.
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Does anyone who has this recommend settings other than rtings website to help with banding on dark colors? Recent issue with Game of Thrones latest episode in particular made it hard to watch and debating a return for something else.
Myself as well, but the episode was shot that way. Everyone that watched that episode was complaining about same issue. I'm not sure any setting would have fixed it. Some claimed turning up brightness and turning down contrast helped. I watched it on HBO go, because DirecTV only televises 1080i. Streaming at 1080p made a noticable difference.
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Does anyone who has this recommend settings other than rtings website to help with banding on dark colors? Recent issue with Game of Thrones latest episode in particular made it hard to watch and debating a return for something else.
If I followed the rtings and for that matter the Consumer Reports recommended settings, I would have returned this TV. I don't understand the dim, yellow settings they recommend even if that's what the "film creator" intended. I am very satisfied with the Vivid or Standard settings toned down with tweaking and with reduction in the motion settings. Just change the settings until you find what you like and experts be damned.
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Saw this yesterday at a wallmart, 55" priced at $499, just north of 98133, picked it up to surprise the Mrs! She wasnt as enthusiastic as I was... Sadly I'll be returning it after work today. If we could afford to keep it we would... But you know, adulting.
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Update Guys, Recently got this set. THIS IS NOT the same set as reviewed by Rting, their 7100..

The 55 inch I got measured only an abysmal 2800:1 contrast ratio, vs rting's 5200:1

Black lvls are really high, and image looks more faded than a 4000:1 or 5000:1 set.

The brightness is about the same 270cd , vs the 290 on rting's set.

The color gamut is also ~13% lower than Rting's

Again, this might just be difference in batches, because they're probably sourcing panels all over for the low end lines such as this.

HOWEVER, I would consider this a completely different TV vs the 7100 reviewed on Rting.
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