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75" LG 75NANO97UNA 8K UHD Smart LED NanoCell TV w/ AI ThinQ (2020 Model)

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Buydig has 75" LG 75NANO97UNA 8K UHD Smart LED NanoCell TV w/ AI ThinQ (2020 Model) on sale for $3997.99 - $1848.99 w/ promo code ASL250 = $2149. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 8K Ultra HD (7,680 x 4,320)
  • Refresh Rate: TruMotion 240 (Native 120Hz)
  • Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • Picture Processor: α9 Gen 3 AI Processor 8K
  • WiFi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Composite
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Yes it's IPS, so if you're going to watch it in dark conditions, the TV is not for you. But if you're watching in a bright environment and need wider viewing angles, this is actually not bad for a 75" TV with good processing. Just know that this and the Nano99 don't support DSC so can't do 8K@60hz 4:4:4/RGB; it can only go up to 8K@60hz 4:2:0.
useless resolution in an hdtv. are you really going to sit 5 feet away from your tv? if not save your money and just continue buying 4k. 4k is not going away anytime soon and is likely to stay for at least the next decade. the only reason you need 5/6/8k is for video production where you want to crop and downscale.
There is a lot wrong here. 8k isn't really a good option for most video production. Also a TV probably shouldn't be used for video production anyway. However, if you want the closest thing to a future-proof TV, have already purchased Or are planning to purchase a 2080ti/3080/3090 or a PS5/Xbox Series X, this might be for you. The whole idea that you have to be "closer" or "have a massive screen" to see the difference has been disproven time and time again. 4k monitors at 24/27" are very much a thing and you can tell the difference from a good distance away.

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Wow 8k? Are their upscaling 8k DVD players yet?
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Ips....
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useless resolution in an hdtv. are you really going to sit 5 feet away from your tv? if not save your money and just continue buying 4k. 4k is not going away anytime soon and is likely to stay for at least the next decade. the only reason you need 5/6/8k is for video production where you want to crop and downscale.
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This is ips, isn't it?
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Did RTINGS ever review a 4K version?
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Hdmi 2.1 ports, 8K - sounds like a good deal, no?
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Will the 3080 come out with an sli patch in the future? Pcie4 should be able to handle the interconnect bandwidth.
Edit:. Apparently there are no pcie traces either for the SLI. Stupid Nvidia. Well thanks for the awesome card anyways.. when they are mass-produced for everyone.
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Yes it's IPS, so if you're going to watch it in dark conditions, the TV is not for you. But if you're watching in a bright environment and need wider viewing angles, this is actually not bad for a 75" TV with good processing. Just know that this and the Nano99 don't support DSC so can't do 8K@60hz 4:4:4/RGB; it can only go up to 8K@60hz 4:2:0.
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Looking to use 8k as a monitor with (MS power toys) Fancy Zones, which has endless setting options. Would like to split the 8k viewing space into three stacked virtual 32:9 monitors (@ 1440p), for the equivalent of less than $750 each. Take that Dell and Samsung. 💥
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500 Watt TV produces alot of heat. like my old plasma.
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