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Sam's Club Sony 75" X90CH $1670

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1570+100 for shipping. You do get the 5 year warranty here though. Gotta commit to it now though. I'm gonna hold out for now, but definitely not a bad deal. I'm sure Costco is right there with them

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OOOPS!! Never mind...
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Hey OP...nice find. Just a heads-up. Your price category in this post is correct at $1569, but it says $1670 in title description.
he said plus $100 in shipping though
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he said plus $100 in shipping though
Sorry to all... I saw that... just looked passed it since I'm a plus member. Will edit my post.
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Looks like the 65 inch version of this TV is $970 for the next two days at Costco, if you have a Costco membership, and you don't mind losing 10 inches of screen. The specs are on the Costco website for this set and it sounds like a version of the X900H made specifically for Costco and Sam's Club. It has 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, and a native 120hz refresh rate, which is great for people buying a PS5, an Xbox Series X, or both.
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How is this model different from the X900H? Because, X90CH sounds like it's a Black Friday model. And, those are usually made with slightly worse components. Or, less HDMI ports. Or, other features removed. And, the regular X900H can be had for under $1,000 if you are okay with a 55 or 65 inch screen depending on what sale is going on.
No difference. Exact same TVs. Model numbers are different for price matching reasons.
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How is this model different from the X900H? Because, X90CH sounds like it's a Black Friday model. And, those are usually made with slightly worse components. Or, less HDMI ports. Or, other features removed. And, the regular X900H can be had for under $1,000 if you are okay with a 55 or 65 inch screen depending on what sale is going on.
They replaced the last 0 with a C for "Club" designating its a club exclusive model. Sam's and Costco both carry this model and you get the 5 year warranty vs 1 year with the 900h. Other than the warranty difference, they are exactly the same.
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This is a bit frustrating... When clicking on specs:

Video Signal Support: HDMI™ signal: 4096 x 2160p (24, 60 Hz), 3840 x 2160p (24, 30, 60 Hz)

*Note no mention of 120Hz (for PS5, Xbox Series X)

But connectivity shows:

Features specified in HDMI2.1 4K12022/eARC23/VRR24/ALLM25

So I wanted to look up footnote 22...and the damn footnotes only go to 20!!

Basically I noticed Samsung would say 240 to mean 120 Hz. I wonder if that's the same for Sony.

So right now don't know if it supports 120Hz at 4k. Can anyone confirm?
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Seems worth noting that, even if you're not a Plus member, upgrading before you purchase will ensure that it costs less than $100 to ship it. They will just charge you the prorated amount based upon how much time is left until your renewal is up, and Plus members get free shipping. It seems silly to pay $100 to ship it if that option is there.
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This is a bit frustrating... When clicking on specs:

Video Signal Support: HDMI™ signal: 4096 x 2160p (24, 60 Hz), 3840 x 2160p (24, 30, 60 Hz)

*Note no mention of 120Hz (for PS5, Xbox Series X)

But connectivity shows:

Features specified in HDMI2.1 4K12022/eARC23/VRR24/ALLM25

So I wanted to look up footnote 22...and the damn footnotes only go to 20!!

Basically I noticed Samsung would say 240 to mean 120 Hz. I wonder if that's the same for Sony.

So right now don't know if it supports 120Hz at 4k. Can anyone confirm?
This tv absolutely has a native 120Hz refresh rate. Also, the sony firmware update that includes HDMI 2.1 i.e., eARC, and 4k @ 120Hz was released mid-October.
https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news...1602672819
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This is a bit frustrating... When clicking on specs:

Video Signal Support: HDMI™ signal: 4096 x 2160p (24, 60 Hz), 3840 x 2160p (24, 30, 60 Hz)

*Note no mention of 120Hz (for PS5, Xbox Series X)

But connectivity shows:

Features specified in HDMI2.1 4K12022/eARC23/VRR24/ALLM25

So I wanted to look up footnote 22...and the damn footnotes only go to 20!!

Basically I noticed Samsung would say 240 to mean 120 Hz. I wonder if that's the same for Sony.

So right now don't know if it supports 120Hz at 4k. Can anyone confirm?
Originally it didn't. The update came literally last week or so, hdmi ports 3&4 are now 2.1
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I've been looking at the 65" and 75" version of this. I currently have a 2 year old 65" vizio P series. This supports 120hz for next gen gaming but does it have better picture quality? It seems to have less dimming zones..?
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Costco had this same price a few weeks ago. Note that the new firmware still has a bug that the 4k 120hz mode is very fuzzy. If you get this tv be ready to deal with a few bugs and hopefully full xbox series x and ps5 functionality eventually.
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I've been looking at the 65" and 75" version of this. I currently have a 2 year old 65" vizio P series. This supports 120hz for next gen gaming but does it have better picture quality? It seems to have less dimming zones..?
If you don't need to upgrade I would wait a year, most games will not do 4k 120 at launch time and next year's tvs will make these types of features(4k120, VRR, and ALLM) more of a focus.
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