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Samsung 58 inch TU7000 Series Smart Crystal UHD TV $398

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Resolution: 3840x2160 UHD
Refresh Rate: Native 60Hz (120Hz Motion Rate)
Panel Type: VA Crystal UHD
Smart Platform: Samsung Tizen OS
VESA Wall Mount: 200mm x 200mm
WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2
Ports:
2x HDMI 2.0
1x USB 2.0
1x Ethernet
1x Satellite in
1x Optical Audio Out

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SORRY! MY BAD... just saw that Best Buy already has this for $398. Although, if you have a Discover CC, you can get an additional 5% Cash Back at Walmart this quarter.

Edit: Discover CC just added 5% Cash Back at Best Buy Nov. 25 - Dec. 31.
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Go to RTINGS and compare this to the 55 inch 5 Series TCL. Yes you give up 3" and pay $50 more, but you get a MUCH better TV. My buddy had last years version of this TV and it lasted 5 months, couldn't be repaired. Yes antidotal, but these low to mid level Samsung's are really being cheapened over the last 3-4 years in performance and quality and that is a fact.
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Go to RTINGS and compare this to the 55 inch 5 Series TCL. Yes you give up 3" and pay $50 more, but you get a MUCH better TV. My buddy had last years version of this TV and it lasted 5 months, couldn't be repaired. Yes antidotal, but these low to mid level Samsung's are really being cheapened over the last 3-4 years in performance and quality and that is a fact.
Consumer reports and other sites have TCL as the worst in reliability compared to hisense and samsung
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Consumer reports and other sites have TCL as the worst in reliability compared to hisense and samsung
Not to worry, both TVs are trash.
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Not to worry, both TVs are trash.
Unfortunately not everyone can afford super nice TVs so that's why these are still great options
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No need for mean comments bruh, if u dont like it, move along
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Weird size? Special price? Black Friday? Run away!
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SORRY! MY BAD... just saw that Best Buy already has this for $398. Although, if you have a Discover CC, you can get an additional 5% Cash Back at Walmart this quarter.

Edit: Discover CC just added 5% Cash Back at Best Buy Nov. 25 - Dec. 31.
Chase Cash Back is also 5% for PayPal transactions. Best Buy has PayPal available as a payment option.
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i have this and is well worth the $400.... quality is good if viewing from the front, viewing from the side isnt too great but i think thats cause i was spoiled with my panasonic plasma that had great viewing angles. For $400 it was well worth it without having to spend $1000+ for a OLED. either go budget cheap or go for the best (OLED)! Ill tell you this much, most people/guests arent going to notice any real difference from this TV to anything in the "mid" range (500-800).
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How is the picture quality of this TV compared to Q6?
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How is the picture quality of this TV compared to Q6?
Not very favorably, and it really shouldn't... the 58" Q6 currently costs $300 more... and $200 more for the 55". The Q6 is rated significantly better for movies, tv shows, and sports.
FROM RTINGS: Overall, the Q60/Q60T QLED is much better than the TU7000. The Q60T has a higher contrast ratio to deliver deeper blacks, it gets much brighter, and can display a wide color gamut with better color accuracy. However, the TU7000 has faster response time, and its superior gradient handling results in less banding.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/samsung-tu7000-vs-samsung-q60t/9814/1817?usage=11114&thresho... [rtings.com]
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I'm far from a tv expert so how would you all rate the picture quality on this unit vs the 55" Hisense at Target last week? I picked up the Hisense but may return it.
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