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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Motion Rate
  • HDR, 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth
  • DTS Premium Sound 5.1, DTS Digital, Dolby Digital Plus
  • Inputs:
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    • 3x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Audio
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Also with the Frame you can subscribe to a plan where it streams artwork for $5.00/mo. Personally I wouldn't pay for a subscription, but just letting you guys know.
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Okay, I was just trying to clarify. I wasn't sure what you meant. I do think there are some who would be so stupid, as you put it (but I'm the one who's condescending), to hang this, but still have the wire/box visible.

The point I was trying to make, for anyone interested in this TV, is that you're going to need to put a little work in to it, to do the product justice.

Which, of course, is just my opinion. You're free to disagree with me. For what it's worth, your particular setup sounds pretty good.
Quit while you're behind man. You were rude, just own up to it an move on. Your premise that "a TV this nice should have no visible cords or box" is flawed, because you're saying that some technology that simply does't exist should exist because you say it should by fiat. NO TV has no cords or box, and hiding the cord and box is always done by conduit or wall modifications allowing you to run it behind, this is not different for any TV except in the case where the Frame makes all of that hiding EASIER by way of only having one cord to hide. So the argument you're using to prove your point actually proves the opposite point: because it has the single cord/breakout box, it's actually easier to put the cord and box somewhere you can't see, meaning you ARE able to get a cleaner look BECAUSE OF better technology you're getting at the higher price point.
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Any deals on the 2019 QLED version??
Yep, edu email $3 on ebay. The price is $1899 on samsung.com for edu/partner + free bezel (may promo) + free shipping + tax.
So ~$2000 for 65" delivered. The smaller sizes are cheaper as well.
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Also with the Frame you can subscribe to a plan where it streams artwork for $5.00/mo. Personally I wouldn't pay for a subscription, but just letting you guys know.
It's quite nice to be honest. Is it worth $5? Probably not to everyone, to me it does. Over 1000 HD 4K art from top galleries in the world. Again you also pay for simplicity, not everyone has time/skill to setup USB's and download & size art to load on it.

But there is a specific group of people that buy this. People that appreciate home interior etc. You don't buy this TV for your student dorm, man cave or gaming in general. The bezel is so overpriced it's stupid.
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I didn't say "on" an entertainment stand, I said "above." As in, it's wall-mounted, but then you still have to find a place to put the frakking box.

If I'm paying a premium for my television to look like a painting, then one cord isn't good enough. How about *no* cords. So, that's fine, bury the cord in the wall. That's what I do with all the TVs in my home, but then like I said, still gotta find a place for the box.

The only practical use case I can think of is a bedroom, where your wife is adamant that she doesn't want any visible electronics messing up her decor. Maybe you mount it above a dresser, bury the cord behind the wall, then hide the box inside/behind the dresser. Of course, that means no sound bar, no PS4, etc.

If you're going to have those devices (or you're going to have the cord/box visible), just get a regular TV.
You are just expressing personal opinion that's really not relevant. The one box allows additional devices to be connected to it -- while not next to the TV. It's awesome you can hide the xbox, your cable box, your roku etc. Most people have additional devices connected to TV. It's awesome when incorporated in your decor properly. As well the One Box separates Display from Brain (computer) so if one dies you can replace it without paying for full tv.
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Is anyone else experiencing a dead link?
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You're free to disagree with me, but don't tell me to quit.

My argument is not flawed. I'm not expecting the TV to have no cords. I'm merely stating my opinion that, unless you're going to ensure they're completely hidden, you might as well save some cash and get a traditional TV.

Which, for the last time, is only my opinion.

Edit: it's not even the cord I'm concerned with. The box is more the part I would be concerned with trying to hide. Which I already stated above.
pclinkcomputersYou're free to disagree with me, but don't tell me to quit.

My argument is not flawed. I'm not expecting the TV to have no cords. I'm merely stating my opinion that, unless you're going to ensure they're completely hidden, you might as well save some cash and get a traditional TV.

Which, for the last time, is only my opinion.

Edit: it's not even the cord I'm concerned with. The box is more the part I would be concerned with trying to hide. Which I already stated above.
pclinkcomputersYou're free to disagree with me, but don't tell me to quit.

My argument is not flawed. I'm not expecting the TV to have no cords. I'm merely stating my opinion that, unless you're going to ensure they're completely hidden, you might as well save some cash and get a traditional TV.

Which, for the last time, is only my opinion.

Edit: it's not even the cord I'm concerned with. The box is more the part I would be concerned with trying to hide. Which I already stated above
1. Huge % of people have additional devices connected to TV - One Box allows you to distance devices from actual TV and clean up the usual cable mess.
2. Box dies you replace box ONLY not Display. Huge % of TV's die cause of a simple part broke. Now you can fix your TV with just replacing the One Box.

If you can't fit the One Box in your home decor thats unfortunate but most people would be just fine. I was hesitant about the one box + cable but after my install, it's just awesome + neatly organized.
There are plenty of better picture quality TV's but not one better from interior point of view.
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Yep, edu email $3 on ebay. The price is $1899 on samsung.com for edu/partner + free bezel (may promo) + free shipping + tax.
So ~$2000 for 65" delivered. The smaller sizes are cheaper as well.
What is price of 55" for edu?
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Looks alive to me. Prices come off in cart and once coupon is applied
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I wish these would come in 70+ sizes
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Quit while you're behind man. You were rude, just own up to it an move on. Your premise that "a TV this nice should have no visible cords or box" is flawed, because you're saying that some technology that simply does't exist should exist because you say it should by fiat. NO TV has no cords or box, and hiding the cord and box is always done by conduit or wall modifications allowing you to run it behind, this is not different for any TV except in the case where the Frame makes all of that hiding EASIER by way of only having one cord to hide. So the argument you're using to prove your point actually proves the opposite point: because it has the single cord/breakout box, it's actually easier to put the cord and box somewhere you can't see, meaning you ARE able to get a cleaner look BECAUSE OF better technology you're getting at the higher price point.
I think he was correct. The whole premise of this device is to for it to look like artwork; use as a TV is secondary. For this to meet it's design goal, there shouldn't be a separate box. Heck, most TVs have built-in Wi-Fi and USB ports these days, and plenty of others have airplay or casting options, so that functionality wouldn't require some huge technological advancement. Yes, there still needs to be a power cord, but a lot of wall-mounted TVs are installed with recessed power outlets, so they needn't be seen at all.

I wouldn't recommend this as a TV, there are so many other options out there that are cheaper and/or have better features for a TV. If you're buying it for it's intended use as a frame for displaying high-quality artwork, you're going to be faced with looking at a extra box, or at lease a visible wire, which distracts from it's design goal.
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Is there a way to have art/picture mode stay on even if no movement is sensed (via the motion sensor)?
Does anyone know what happens if you cover(e.g. tape) the motion sensor - does it stay on/shut off?
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Bezels are back? I like the thin bezels and larger screen sizes
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