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58" Westinghouse UX Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 58" Westinghouse UX Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV (WR58UX4019) on sale for $279.99. Shipping is free for select locations, otherwise select free curbside store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks perdesi
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Specs
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio (Native): 4000:1
  • Roku TV
  • Built-In Wi-Fi/Ethernet
    • Inputs
      • 3x HDMI
      • 1x USB
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This 4K HDTV features a built-in Roku platform to access all your streaming needs. Compatible w/ Amazon Alexa/Google Assistance devices.

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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has Westinghouse - 58" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD Television with HDR - Roku TV for $279.99. Shipping is free

QA Update: Free shipping availability depends on zip. Store pick-up where available

Features
Smart Home technology
Compatible with your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant devices.

Cast your content and entertainment
Share your videos, music and photos from your smartphone with the Roku TV app directly to your TV.

57.5" screen
Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

4k Ultra High Definition
Provides more than 4 times as many pixels as a traditional HDTV and will completely change the visual detail and picture clarity.

High Dynamic Range
Delivers enhanced wider color, greater brightness, improved contrast than standard displays.

Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options
Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

Built-in Roku smart platform delivers access to a world of entertainment
Stream from Disney+, Apple TV+, Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Prime Video, or choose from more than 4,000 other streaming channels.

Voice search & control
Get to your entertainment even faster and voice control your streaming on the free Roku Mobile app.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions
They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

Dolby Audio
Provides crystal-clear audio with improved dialogue and enhanced loudness for a fuller audio mix.

3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection
High-speed HDMI delivers picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles
178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

1 USB input
Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.
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Those extra 7 inches can be too much for some
Only yuck for gaming and nature documentaries. Even then, casual gaming and nature footage is fine at 60 hz. Anything else with higher hz gives the soap opera effect (very yuck), and is just faked extra frames thrown in (with the exception of games and a few films).
I still don't understand how people fall for the 120hz nonsense. There is literally no broadcast source that broadcasts over 60fps. So unless you are hooking a PC or Xbox one x to the tv, you will not gain an advantage unless you turn on the interpolation for the soap opera effect, which isn't in the source feed, your TV is processing the frames to cause such an effect. And even a top end pc or Xbox one x is going to struggle to render any content at 4k @ 120fps. So unless you are buying a tv specifically to play PC or Xbox one x @ 120fps, the 120hz stuff is just a marketing gimick. Most 120hz TV's aren't even true 120hz panels. More info here:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/what-is-the-refresh-rate-60hz-vs-120hz

To my knowledge, HDMI 2.0 ports don't even support 4k @ 120hz, only @ 60hz so even if you have a PC that can support, there's no way to get the signal to the tv.

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There is a 65" also available for $120 more https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13959887
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I've always been told these are the bottom of the barrel TV's. Are those people correct?
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Specs seem pretty good, it's a roku TV set-up (our preferred smart device) and the reviews (hundreds) are simply outstanding for a 4K tv priced at $280 this seems like a really good deal.

We are finishing our basement, and this is the TV I will likely be purchasing for my basement in a couple months when I am done with everything.

Any reason to NOT to get this?? I don't want to break the bank, between price point for a roku tv and great reviews, I can't see a reason not to!
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I've always been told these are the bottom of the barrel TV's. Are those people correct?
Looks to me, that, just like Laptops, Smart Phones, etc., these large screen TVs have become a "commodity", and fungable, as in pretty hard to tell one from the next, interchangeable, aside from the brand label.
I called for warranty service on my Sharp set, tech guy opened it up in 5 minutes, and what I saw inside was essentially a laptop, or mini/micro-computer, on one motherboard. Fix it? What means this fix stuff ?? Tech swapped whole motherboard out, then went on his merry way.
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There is a 65" also available for $120 more https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13959887
Those extra 7 inches can be too much for some
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There is a 65" also available for $120 more https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13959887
This one gets much better reviews for some reason. I'm not sure the 65 is worth it.
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I've always been told these are the bottom of the barrel TV's. Are those people correct?
I have this and a Hisense 58R6E [walmart.com] that was a warranty replacement for a Sharp 58".

The two TVs are pretty close in terms of performance and picture quality, but if the Hisense was still available for $278, I'd say go for that model as it's a little better known brand. However, I have no complaints with this TV given its price. If you're planning to use it without external speakers, set the audio to music mode for a slight boost in volume.
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The only problem I have with both of my Westinghouse tvs is when you want to cast to the tv instead of 1 or 2 options you see between 10 or 20 depending on who's tv is on. Then you just have to try them all until you find the right one.
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The only problem I have with both of my Westinghouse tvs is when you want to cast to the tv instead of 1 or 2 options you see between 10 or 20 depending on who's tv is on. Then you just have to try them all until you find the right one.
There's no option to rename the TV?
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Those extra 7 inches can be too much for some
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60hz yuk
Only yuck for gaming and nature documentaries. Even then, casual gaming and nature footage is fine at 60 hz. Anything else with higher hz gives the soap opera effect (very yuck), and is just faked extra frames thrown in (with the exception of games and a few films).
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