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70" Element E4SW7019RKU 4K UHD Roku Smart LED TV

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Walmart.com has 70" Element E4SW7019RKU 4K UHD Roku Smart LED TV on sale for $475. Shipping is free. Thanks tunabreath

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 w/ HDR
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Smart Platform: Roku
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Audio Jack
    • 1x Optical Audio
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Walmart has ELEMENT 70" Class 4K UHD LED Roku Smart TV HDR for $475. Shipping (via freight delivery) is free, otherwise choose ship to store.

http://walmart.com/ip/ELEMENT-70-.../632565655
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If you find a 70" oled for about 500 bucks, please share.

Oled is vastly superior to this set. That's all that needs to be said.

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I have the 65 inch from BF. I love it, but I'm also fine with box wine.
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Unrelated to thread but repairing tvs is my job, it seems like I see many OLED less then a year with burn in
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How worthwhile is a 70" LED display versus a OLED display of the same size?
If you find a 70" oled for about 500 bucks, please share.

Oled is vastly superior to this set. That's all that needs to be said.

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Think he was going for sarcasm ie no rca input no deal
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If you find a 70" oled for about 500 bucks, please share.

Oled is vastly superior to this set. That's all that needs to be said.

EDIT: This dude has to be trolling, right? Right?
He said LED display. You can find some high end LED displays that will deliver an excellent picture with deep blacks without the burn in potential of OLED.

But not this TV.
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He said LED display. You can find some high end LED displays that will deliver an excellent picture with deep blacks without the burn in potential of OLED.

But not this TV.
I don't disagree. But generally speaking by most measures except price, OLED is superior.
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I don't disagree. But generally speaking by most measures except price, OLED is superior.
Yup. No led can ever get closer to OLED blacks and even then moving objects cause blooming. Burn in risk is highly overstated. It will be several years of repetitive static content before you see burn in, by which time you will probably want a new TV anyways - average TV churn age about 3 years in USA. To anyone on the fence, Get an OLED, you won't regret it! 55" C9 for 1200 or 65 C9 for 1750, great deals right now.
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So... does anyone own this particular TV? I know it's a budget (and I mean BUDGET) brand, but 475 bucks for an HDR10 70" with built in Roku seems pretty good all discussions about OLED aside?

Yes, I know the TCL 6 series and hisense 8 series are better TVs... but you aren't getting a 70" for 475... you're getting a 65" for about 500.
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Yup. No led can ever get closer to OLED blacks and even then moving objects cause blooming. Burn in risk is highly overstated. It will be several years of repetitive static content before you see burn in, by which time you will probably want a new TV anyways - average TV churn age about 3 years in USA. To anyone reading, Get an OLED, you won't regret it! 55" C9 for 1200 or 65 C9 for 1750, great deals right now.
I have owned 1st ever LG OLED since 2014 and after 5 years , it's still as excellent picture quality as ever without a single issue and non existence burn in.
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So... does anyone own this particular TV? I know it's a budget (and I mean BUDGET) brand, but 475 bucks for an HDR10 70" with built in Roku seems pretty good all discussions about OLED aside?

Yes, I know the TCL 6 series and hisense 8 series are better TVs... but you aren't getting a 70" for 475... you're getting a 65" for about 500.
65 vs 70 isn't that big of a deal compared to 65 vs 75 bro. But the TCL 6 series is far better than this TV for sure. Go for quality over marginal size difference.
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Yup. No led can ever get closer to OLED blacks and even then moving objects cause blooming. Burn in risk is highly overstated. It will be several years of repetitive static content before you see burn in, by which time you will probably want a new TV anyways - average TV churn age about 3 years in USA. To anyone reading, Get an OLED, you won't regret it! 55" C9 for 1200 or 65 C9 for 1750, great deals right now.
I will just stay a gen behind. For now a $400-$500 70" 4kHDR works for me.
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Yup. No led can ever get closer to OLED blacks and even then moving objects cause blooming. Burn in risk is highly overstated. It will be several years of repetitive static content before you see burn in, by which time you will probably want a new TV anyways - average TV churn age about 3 years in USA. To anyone reading, Get an OLED, you won't regret it! 55" C9 for 1200 or 65 C9 for 1750, great deals right now.
B9 deals are even better, $998 55" $1499 65"
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Unrelated to thread but repairing tvs is my job, it seems like I see many OLED less then a year with burn in
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Not impressed with Element. Spend a little more and at least get a Vizio entry level 70-75"
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