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Samsung 70” Class 7 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV - $597.99 + Tax @ Best Buy

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I know next to nothing about TV's (and I'm sure the TV guru's will chime in on this one if it is no good) but I do know that this Samsung 70" just dropped $150 in price and is now a bit more attractive to my budget.

Here is the link: CLICK ME [bestbuy.com]

UPDATE: Target has dropped the price on theirs as well: TARGET LINK [target.com]


Specs in the Wiki below.

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Here are the specs:
  • Display Type: LED
  • Resolution: 4K (2160p)
  • Screen Size: 70 inches
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR): Yes
  • Backlight Type: Direct Lit
  • Smart Platform: Tizen
  • Streaming Services: YouTube TV
  • Number of HDMI Inputs: 2
  • Model Number: UN70TU7000BXZA
  • Color: TITAN GRAY
  • Height: 35.4 inches
  • Width: 61.3 inches
  • Height With Stand: 38.7 inches
  • Product Depth With Stand: 13.4 inches
  • Product Depth Without Stand: 2.4 inches
  • Product Weight Without Stand: 53.4 pounds
  • Display Type: LED
  • Resolution: 4K (2160p)
  • Picture Quality Enhancement Technology: 4K HDR Pro
  • Smart Capable: Yes
  • Smart Platform: Tizen
  • Streaming Services: YouTube TV
  • Screen Mirroring: Yes
  • Screen Mirroring Technology: Apple AirPlay, Apple AirPlay 2, SmartShare
  • Number of HDMI Inputs: 2
  • Number Of USB Port(s) (Total: 1
  • Number of Digital Optical Audio Outputs: 1
  • Number of Component Video Inputs: 0
  • Number of Composite Video Inputs: 0
  • Number of DVI Inputs: 0
  • RF Antenna Input: Yes
  • Built-In Speakers: Yes
  • ENERGY STAR Certified: No
  • Estimated Annual Operating Cost: $17
  • Estimated Annual Electricity Use: 144 kilowatt hours
  • Stand Included: Yes
  • Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts: 1 Year
  • Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor: 1 Year
  • UPC: 887276458816
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For anyone considering the Budget 70" tvs, the main drawback is gamut, it isn't as colorful as the more expensive panels.
Spot on and a great reason to go for a mid-range TV for your main home theater. You go from meh to awesome if you can afford a few hundred more. But these low end units are great for other rooms and those that don't care.
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If it makes you feel better, a friend of mine in Newport Beach paid $11,000 for a Fujitsu 720P 50" plasma back in 2002.
I paid $2000 for a pioneer 50" kuro in 2009.
Then three years ago, I found a 60" kuro elite at a drop off recycle center. I paid the guy $10 for it, brought it home, plugged it in, and was surprised to find that it worked exceptionally. Last year, I upped the voltage through control cal software, and its good as new.
On the other hand, I finally began using my samsung ks8000, and after less than a year of use, I have a massive white line bleed on the screen.
I've heard that samsung might fix it out of warranty, but if not, how does this samsung tv on this thread compare?
Or better to just wait for the Sony 800-900 to go on sale again?
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I wish these sets input lag was discussed more. A tv with bad input lag ruins gaming.
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I wish these sets input lag was discussed more. A tv with bad input lag ruins gaming.
You should really stick to a monitor to gaming if you want to get rid of input lag.
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There's also the 6 series for $530 [bestbuy.com].
Which is better looking for a new tv. Currently have a 2015/2016 model.
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I paid $2000 for a pioneer 50" kuro in 2009.
Then three years ago, I found a 60" kuro elite at a drop off recycle center. I paid the guy $10 for it, brought it home, plugged it in, and was surprised to find that it worked exceptionally. Last year, I upped the voltage through control cal software, and its good as new.
On the other hand, I finally began using my samsung ks8000, and after less than a year of use, I have a massive white line bleed on the screen.
I've heard that samsung might fix it out of warranty, but if not, how does this samsung tv on this thread compare?
Or better to just wait for the Sony 800-900 to go on sale again?
Tell me more about the samsung warranty
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I had a bad one connect box on my Samsung way out of warranty and they fixed it free.
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If it makes you feel better, a friend of mine in Newport Beach paid $11,000 for a Fujitsu 720P 50" plasma back in 2002.
In 2002? I'm sure it was bleeding edge tech 20 years ago so not quite the same comparison lol
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No local dimming and bad brightness makes for a bad 4K TV. I guess if you absolutely need a 70' TV and are on a budget.
Watching my dad negotiate a $500 27" NEC Glass TV w Stereo speakers in 1992. It was a floor model.
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Tell me more about the samsung warranty
Well they were 1 year on the popular ks8000, and allnof them would be out of date at this point.
But I just looked at a thread that was two weeks old on samsung forums, where samsung sent a repair guy for free to fix or replace the light bleeding panel for free of charge.
Its a common issue.
My philosophy is, Samsung shouldn't do it for free at this point, on a tv from 2016.
Perhaps a $100-200 fee, something that says its our fault, but the warranty has been expired for two or more years, but we wont leave you hanging, nor profit from the repairs.
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I brought the 6 series 530 one for my in laws. The bezels and stand both look like the 7 series. Speakers were surprisingly not horrendous for a super budget tv.

Definitely not the brightest tv, but for older folks used to crappy electronics, they were very happy.
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im still running 2 panasonic plasmas
the biggest is the panasonic tc-p50s2

ive been looking at this sammy since i saw it on bestbuys site the other day.
living room is mostly streaming services and fire tv cube gen 2. some light xbox gaming also

decent for this or go a step up?

other tv would just be connected to fios and fire tv stick. just a minimum upgrade to 4k
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I brought the 6 series 530 one for my in laws. The bezels and stand both look like the 7 series. Speakers were surprisingly not horrendous for a super budget tv.

Definitely not the brightest tv, but for older folks used to crappy electronics, they were very happy.
Just bought the 70" series 6 from Bestbuy yesterday and I am really impressed. Only $530 and replaced my LG 49" and Wow what a difference! So much color and blacks are deep. And the iPhone airplay integration is awesome! I am not too picky, so keep that in mind, but am so pleased with this purchase.
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I bought this a couple months ago for my newly finished basement family room...
The good: good price for the size

The bad: the UI is so slow!! My TCL Roku TVs everywhere else in the house are a much better user experience!!!

Because of the slow UI, I really wish I'd just went with something else.
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just got the 6 series yesterday. watch out, apps and the overall drawing of the ui on these is pretty slow.
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