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Substandard quality
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Substandard quality
Unless you need wide viewing angles...then it's outstanding " quality ".
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Substandard quality
86 inch for $2k, plus I'm seeing no tax on in CA.

Quality and feature seems worth imo.
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82" samsung vs 85" sony vs 86" Lg

All around 2k


Hmmmm
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Damn prices on 80" and larger TVs have fallen like a rock over the last yr. I paid over $3K for my 82" Samsung about a yr ago on an employee pricing plan.
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Damn prices on 80" and larger TVs have fallen like a rock over the last yr. I paid over $3K for my 82" Samsung about a yr ago on an employee pricing plan.
Market is very saturated now
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82" samsung vs 85" sony vs 86" Lg

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Hmmmm
which Sony model?
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These huge tv's are finally getting affordable, I remember paying $1,800 for my first 42" Flat screen, when LCD first came out.
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which Sony model?
Probably the 850f. That's pretty much the best you can do around this size around this price.
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These huge tv's are finally getting affordable, I remember paying $1,800 for my first 42" Flat screen, when LCD first came out.
I remember someone I knew paying $10,000 for a 42" plasma in 1999.
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I have this and love it. No complaints here. It's not a high end set but the little 4k content I've watched looks spectacular.
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Substandard quality
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Unless you need wide viewing angles...then it's outstanding " quality ".
Can two wrongs make a right? laugh out loud

This TV is neither substandard nor outstanding at nearly anything. While it has amazing input lag and good response times, it's nice for gaming, but the abysmal HDR performance and poor uniformity are very, very real turnoffs. Everything else is merely adequate.
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So many commenters downvote these TVs because they're all jacked up about the numbers from Rtings. Different needs for different folks. Some want OLED, some want size, others need minimal lag, and the list goes on. Find what works for you. There's variety!
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Damn prices on 80" and larger TVs have fallen like a rock over the last yr. I paid over $3K for my 82" Samsung about a yr ago on an employee pricing plan.
I've found those employee pricing plans are only a good deal if the model you want hasn't been out for very long. Once the deals start coming in during holiday sales, Fry's sales, and next year's models come out it's no longer worth it to go that route.
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