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Good price. Seeing a lot around me.
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Picked up the 43" model a week or two ago for a bedroom unit as it was only $200. Just needed something 4k for my Xbox One X. Since video games don't require particularly advanced HDR, this model fits the bill with 120hz effective rate for cheap.

However, I'm not sure I would recommend it as a living room piece at this size. It's lack of local dimming zones creates a bloom effect when watching HDR video content that alternates between lighter and darker scenes and can be quite irritating.

Bottom line, the D-series makes for a good, cheap bedroom 4k tv from a reputable brand at smaller sizes with proper settings tweaks. If you're looking for anything more, I would consider taking a look at at least the new V-series which includes improved HDR and local dimming zones/better contrast. I believe Dell recently had the 50" model at $320 with a $100 gift card, unsure if that's still going on. I think I recently also saw a deal for a mid sized M-series in the mid $400 range.
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rather have the LG for $499. D series is shit
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Picked up the 43" model a week or two ago for a bedroom unit as it was only $200. Just needed something 4k for my Xbox One X. Since video games don't require particularly advanced HDR, this model fits the bill with 120hz effective rate for cheap.

However, I'm not sure I would recommend it as a living room piece at this size. It's lack of local dimming zones creates a bloom effect when watching HDR video content that alternates between lighter and darker scenes and can be quite irritating.

Bottom line, the D-series makes for a good, cheap bedroom 4k tv from a reputable brand at smaller sizes with proper settings tweaks. If you're looking for anything more, I would consider taking a look at at least the new V-series which includes improved HDR and local dimming zones/better contrast. I believe Dell recently had the 50" model at $320 with a $100 gift card, unsure if that's still going on. I think I recently also saw a deal for a mid sized M-series in the mid $400 range.
Sadly, that bloom, or flashlighting happens on many higher priced models too!

My Sony Xbr65x850d has gotten better with updates, but still does it some.
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My store had display model for about 360ish
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If it doesn't have a TV tuner, is still considered a TV or a smart monitor?
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If it doesn't have a TV tuner, is still considered a TV or a smart monitor?
it should not be called tv
there may be arguments , but tv is stand alone device , monitor or (tv) without tuner is a monitor.
pretty simple on these terms.
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does this not have a tuner?
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$299 an hour from me with "limited stock" ...... not going to waste the gas for something that I'm sure is actually OOS, but somebody got a good deal.
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Tried to pick up the 55" at a store with 5 in stock, none to be found. Walmart employees love these deals for themselves
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this or 65" Hisense 65H8E 400 bucks deal from bestbuy?
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I picked up the 60" version of this TV at my local Walmart for $249 a couple days ago. This one (65") was marked down to $299 but was out of stock.

I have no complaints with the TV so far, but I am far from an expert. This is also my first 4K TV and my first smart TV so I don't have much basis for comparison.

For $250 I'm very happy with my purchase.
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