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I have a small room and bought an X900F 85". First days I was so amazed by how big it is and video gaming to me was next level. Now after 1 month, when I play fast motion games such as rocket league or racing games, I feel like I get a headache or more like nausea feeling because it bothers my vision! It's not very harsh but still something to consider when you buying a large tv and have small bedroom. My previous tv was LG OLED B7 65" which I solely sold it because I felt it's small.
so got rid of quality for size? not a great trade.
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Thought deal was dead, but I'm just dumb.
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so got rid of quality for size? not a great trade.
I didn't talk about X900F quality. In fact it has great quality. Very close to OLED. Very impressive tv
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For those withholding love on this deal, what suggestions would you give on best tv of this size around this price range/ cheaper?

Edit: referencing the 86"
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I think this is pretty close to where I stand with this. I'm still trying to find reviews, but I haven't found a seller I'm familiar with offering this at under $2875 for 86". Hard to argue with that. But I'm just having trouble finding out how it compares to the Samsung Ru8000 for $1800, the Sony X850 for 2300, samsung q60 for 2000, etc.
https://www.zkelectronics.com/com...x950g/usa/

The 9070 compares to the sony 950 series. The 9070 is usually upper $2k - lower 3k. This is a hell of a deal. Usually you sacrifice full array local dimming and processor speed for a tv this size for low $2k.
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I've never invested before. When would be a good time to invest, and what financial service would be good to use?
I figure I'd throw some cash in the pile when it gets lower, and wait for a return or something.
Ask yourself how involved do you want to be with your investments? Are you in it for a short gain or more long term like planning for a vacation, buy a house, or is this retirement retirement planning, how much risk are you willing to accept?

Short term, very involved - common stock investments, open a robinhood, etrade, maybe your banks app and setup/fund a brokerage account. Then do your own research and buy into which companies you want.

Long term, passive investor go to vanguard, Schwab, fidelity etc and invest in a mutual fund or start funding an IRA for retirement. They should have a broker you can talk to and help you make a decisions, google/ask about any associate fees.

You can dump your money all in at at once or buy in 10-25% increments over the next few weeks or months.

Google rule of 72 and determine how many doubling periods you have left between your current age and planned retirement age. Words of wisdom: It's not about timing the market, it's about time in the market. Takes money to make money. Scared money never wins. We dont plan to fail, we fail to plan. YOU are your most important bill of the month. Pay it first!

Now, go make wise decisions. Good luck.
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Is this dead?
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It's be nice if people kindly stfu about the market and focus on the deal at hand.
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Is this dead?
I think so. I was going to buy it today but it's no longer coming up as $2199 for the 86". Frown
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Ask yourself how involved do you want to be with your investments? Are you in it for a short gain or more long term like planning for a vacation, buy a house, or is this retirement retirement planning, how much risk are you willing to accept?

Short term, very involved - common stock investments, open a robinhood, etrade, maybe your banks app and setup/fund a brokerage account. Then do your own research and buy into which companies you want.

Long term, passive investor go to vanguard, Schwab, fidelity etc and invest in a mutual fund or start funding an IRA for retirement. They should have a broker you can talk to and help you make a decisions, google/ask about any associate fees.

You can dump your money all in at at once or buy in 10-25% increments over the next few weeks or months.

Google rule of 72 and determine how many doubling periods you have left between your current age and planned retirement age. Words of wisdom: It's not about timing the market, it's about time in the market. Takes money to make money. Scared money never wins.

Now, go make wise decisions. Good luck.
Thanks, I think that we all put off our retirement accounts till it's too late.
I guess we just don't see it as a priority, or don't get around to it.
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