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65" Sceptre U650CV-U 4K Ultra HD LED HDTV EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 65" Sceptre 4K Ultra HD LED HDTV (U650CV-U) on sale for $399.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks CleverCabbage389

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate (Effective): 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio (Dynamic): 20,000:1
  • Viewing Angles (H/V): 178/degrees
  • VESA Mount: 400x200mm
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 1x Component/Composite Video
      • 1x USB 2.0
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Walmart has Sceptre 65" Class 4K Ultra HD (2160P) LED TV (U650CV-U) on sale for $419.99. Normally $899. Free in store pickup

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptr...thena=true
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No HDR..and No Ethernet or Wifi...and No Motion tracking..
Do you really need HDR for non 4k content like cable channels?

Also being a dumb tv has a easy fix by just adding a Roku or fire stick
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Ofcourse you need HDR. HDR is what provides better colors for all content..Not just 4K.. and yeah, when you connect Roku 4K..then you still want HDR for vibrant colors. I would never buy a TV without HDR.
At 399 I'll roll the dice, need a tv for the screened in porch.
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Ofcourse you need HDR. HDR is what provides better colors for all content..Not just 4K.. and yeah, when you connect Roku 4K..then you still want HDR for vibrant colors. I would never buy a TV without HDR.
There is still very very very limited content in HDR compared to everything out there. For $399 and based off content availability.. this is a great deal.
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60hz refresh rate...on a size tv like this isn't ideal at all, plus just do some research and read the reviews. It's been at this price at multiple times in the past 6 months or so, dating back from Oct-November 2018. I'll wait for a YMMV or a slicker deal than this. If you just look at the size and get excited about trigger words like 4K without looking at any details other than that then it's an ok deal. Otherwise do yourself a favor and be patient and wait for an actual SLICK deal
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60hz refresh rate...on a size tv like this isn't ideal at all, plus just do some research and read the reviews. It's been at this price at multiple times in the past 6 months or so, dating back from Oct-November 2018. I'll wait for a YMMV or a slicker deal than this. If you just look at the size and get excited about trigger words like 4K without looking at any details other than that then it's an ok deal. Otherwise do yourself a favor and be patient and wait for an actual SLICK deal
What is the ideal refresh rate?
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Ofcourse you need HDR. HDR is what provides better colors for all content..Not just 4K.. and yeah, when you connect Roku 4K..then you still want HDR for vibrant colors. I would never buy a TV without HDR.
Nonsense
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What is the ideal refresh rate?
60hz is fine. Some tvs say they can do 120hz or even 240hz, but usually have an adjective before the refresh rate. Movies are 24fps, sports are 30hz, and if you are lucky a console can reach 60hz. Some 3d monitors say they can do 240hz, but 3d tvs are not available new in 2019. I bought the playstation 3d tv for my collection (not a good looking tv). My computer could not overclock it past 60hz even at 720p.
I have this tv and the display lag is fairly acceptable as it looks to be about the same as the wii u gamepad that has been measured at 33ms or about 2 frames
https://youtu.be/Nw6uZcK7WjE
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60hz is fine. Some tvs say they can do 120hz or even 240hz, but usually have an adjective before the refresh rate. Movies are 24fps, sports are 30hz, and if you are lucky a console can reach 60hz. Some 3d monitors say they can do 240hz, but 3d tvs are not available new in 2019. I bought the playstation 3d tv for my collection (not a good looking tv). My computer could not overclock it past 60hz even at 720p.
I have this tv and the display lag is fairly acceptable as it looks to be about the same as the wii u gamepad that has been measured at 33ms or about 2 frames
https://youtu.be/Nw6uZcK7WjE
so your pretty happy with the TV, any regrets?
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So there's no Netflix or Hulu built in? You need a roku or fire stick?
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So there's no Netflix or Hulu built in? You need a roku or fire stick?
Yup. I personally prefer not to have any of the built in streaming gimmicks. It just slows down the tvs processor and you'll have to update it here and there. I much rather utilize a Chromecast Xbox or non built in roku/fire stick.
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Why do certain 65" TV's weigh more than others?
I see many 65" weigh around 45 lbs, some 70 lbs?
Old tech, new tech?

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Why do certain 65" TV's weigh more than others?
I see many 65" weigh around 45 lbs, some 70 lbs?
Old tech, new tech?

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Thats a interesting question, randomly I looked up specs on other 65 inchers and most were around 60-70, there was a TLC that was 50lbs, all manufactors are trying to cut cost, so either it's cheaper to make units lighter using cheap parts which would also saving on shipping cost, or cheap parts are more heavy in which case it offsets the additional shipping cost of the added weight........
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so your pretty happy with the TV, any regrets?
No regrets for the price. Pretty responsive for gameplay. The speakers arent great, but I run the sound through my receiver. There are better looking tvs, but not at this price unless you find a discontinued tv in store. I bought my parents a hisense 65h6d for about $500 when it got discontinued, and it looks noticeably better. The scepter isn't terrible though.
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Ofcourse you need HDR. HDR is what provides better colors for all content..Not just 4K.. and yeah, when you connect Roku 4K..then you still want HDR for vibrant colors. I would never buy a TV without HDR.
OMG. HDR only works on select 4k content. The content itself contains code (like dolby10) that tells the TV how to "contrast" an image

There is NO HDR upscale ability on any tv. So when you are not watching HDR content the feature is absolutely worthless as is not doing ANYTHING
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