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Best Buy: 65" Samsung UN65TU8000FXZA Crystal UHD 4K Smart TV (2020) $649.99 + $100 Best Buy eGift Card

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Best Buy: 65" Samsung UN65TU8000FXZA Crystal UHD 4K Smart TV (2020) $649 + $100 Best Buy eGift Card (automatically added to cart) on sale for $649.99. Shipping is free, or select free in-store pickup as an alternative option (availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location)

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- Refresh Rate: Motion Rate 120
- Smart TV with Bixby Voice, Apps and Full Web Browser
- Works with Alexa

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- 3x HDMI
- 2x USB 2.0
- 1x Ethernet
- 1x RF Input
- 1x Digital Audio Out (Optical)

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Not getting added ? I'm at place order screen and nothing about e-gift card

Nevermind shows up in summery
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu8000

Pretty much a garbage TV for any type of use. you would be much better off with something like a tcl r625, hisense h8g, or vizio m in this price range.

Thumbs down me all you want but youre paying for the name on this one.
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Damn i thought the 8000 series was supposed to be decent
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the efff did 8series get demoted? though all 8series get real 120hz refreash
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It is. You don't want to listen to the idiot above you. Those tvs come from brands with reputations that currently range from garbage to dogshit.
Have fun wasting 700 on a entry level quality 4K TV just because it has a brand you trust written on the box. This TV is a complete joke for the price.

There's also no proof that Samsung TV's are more reliable than the brands he mentioned. The difference is they don't rip you off price wise.
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This was mentioned in another thread but the 8000 series is becoming more of a budget TV instead of the solid mid-tier it was just a few years ago...

NU8000 > RU > TU
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the efff did 8series get demoted? though all 8series get real 120hz refreash
Lost native 120hz panel and lost wide color gamut. So now the 8000 is equivalent to the old 7000 series. Very sad for Samsung fans. I wouldn't buy TCL either due to poor quality control and upscaling issues. LG is in charge, or buy Sony if you don't mind paying huge marketing premium.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu8000
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This was mentioned in another thread but the 8000 series is becoming more of a budget TV instead of the solid mid-tier it was just a few years ago...

NU8000 > RU > TU
I have the NU8000 65 and am very happy, just the blacks aren't great as expected. True what you're saying about Samsung. They are putting the lower level tech with the step up name. I've been hearing how new q80 is comparable to last year q70. I will say this, Samsung tv are a brand name but I've had no issues with mine so if the price includes confidence it won't go bad that's fine with me, just gotta make sure you're not paying full price.
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu8000

Pretty much a garbage TV for any type of use. you would be much better off with something like a tcl r625, hisense h8g, or vizio m in this price range.

Thumbs down me all you want but youre paying for the name on this one.
Don't know if I'd call a 6.9 rating "garbage" sub par sure.
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Lost native 120hz panel and lost wide color gamut. So now the 8000 is equivalent to the old 7000 series. Very sad for Samsung fans. I wouldn't buy TCL either due to poor quality control and upscaling issues. LG is in charge..

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu8000
just saw they now have a 9000 series. so the old 8series becomes 9series?

the hell samsung, what you messing with the naming again.
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Bought it yesterday. Samsung TV #5 for me. All 5 still work great to this day. Definitely worth 650 with a free gift card.
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Quote from Sugartoes
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/tu8000

Pretty much a garbage TV for any type of use. you would be much better off with something like a tcl r625, hisense h8g, or vizio m in this price range.

Thumbs down me all you want but youre paying for the name on this one.
This is a joke when it comes to HDR.
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so much misinformation in this thread yikes,

In April, Samsung Electronics announced that it would be outsourcing the production of LCD TV modules to TCL.

if youre calling TCL dogshit you might as well throw samsung in there too because its literally the same exact panels
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