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I picked up the 65" Magnavox version in April of this year for $430. Sam's is selling the Philips 65" for $400. Funai makes both TV brands for North America.

It has been a great TV. Image was a bit dark to start out with, but eventually I got it adjusted to my view of normal.
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I picked up the 65" Magnavox version in April of this year for $430. Sam's is selling the Philips 65" for $400. Funai makes both TV brands for North America.

It has been a great TV. Image was a bit dark to start out with, but eventually I got it adjusted to my view of normal.
Thats great! Ty for the info, makes me look forward to it showing up more!
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Not a ton of information out here as far as reviews go on this TV.

Some highlights.

60hz panel
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
HDR10

I highly doubt this set will actually hit the NITs needed to truly display HDR10. Still, if you're looking for a huge TV for this price it may be ok. Although I feel I've seen some better options out there such as this Hisense. Which reviews can be seen here. Hisense H6510G Review (50H6510G, 55H6510G, 65H6510G, 75H6510G, 85H6510G) - RTINGS.com [rtings.com]
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Contrast Ratio: 1000:1

seriously people, the Philips brand alone probably cost 250 dollars. the 75 TCL S434 at 500 dollar is much better TV, for cheaper.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/tcl-...Id=6424069
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Contrast Ratio: 1000:1

seriously people, the Philips brand alone probably cost 250 dollars. the 75 TCL S434 at 500 dollar is much better TV, for cheaper.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/tcl-...Id=6424069 [bestbuy.com]
its out of stock,
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Not a ton of information out here as far as reviews go on this TV.

Some highlights.

60hz panel
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
HDR10

I highly doubt this set will actually hit the NITs needed to truly display HDR10. Still, if you're looking for a huge TV for this price it may be ok. Although I feel I've seen some better options out there such as this Hisense. Which reviews can be seen here. Hisense H6510G Review (50H6510G, 55H6510G, 65H6510G, 75H6510G, 85H6510G) - RTINGS.com [rtings.com]
Wasn't Hisense the company Foxconn sued to get back their Sharp owned brand? I believe Foxconn claimed Hisense was damaging Sharp's brand by manufacturing poor quality units. Hisense then licensed the Toshiba brand. I'd rather take make chances with Funai.
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Wasn't Hisense the company Foxconn sued to get back their Sharp owned brand? I believe Foxconn claimed Hisense was damaging Sharp's brand by manufacturing poor quality units. Hisense then licensed the Toshiba brand. I'd rather take make chances with Funai.
I think you should do your research better before doing that, but it's entirely up to you.
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I think you should do your research better before doing that, but it's entirely up to you.
Funny you should say that. I picked up both a 55" and 65" Magnavox version of this TV back in April. Both are running fine. Funai has the license to both Philips and Magnavox for North America and also has the Sanyo brand. Research continuing....
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Funny you should say that. I picked up both a 55" and 65" Magnavox version of this TV back in April. Both are running fine. Funai has the license to both Philips and Magnavox for North America and also has the Sanyo brand. Research continuing....
That's good that it's working for you, it's just hard for me to feel that these make sense vs a TV that had a lot more information out on it. Can you outline more about your experience?

How is color reproduction, HDR performance, gaming, etc?
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its out of stock,
good point. but any of the none major brand 75 inch TV will perform better than name brand at 1000 dollar or less.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hise...Id=6430858
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That's good that it's working for you, it's just hard for me to feel that these make sense vs a TV that had a lot more information out on it. Can you outline more about your experience?

How is color reproduction, HDR performance, gaming, etc?
I don't have any programming that I watch in HDR, nor do I game on either TV. All my programming is at most 1080P and as far as that goes it looks great. It's light years better than my 2012 LG, as they should be. It took me about three weeks to get the colors to appears "normal" to my eyes. The picture was way too dark out of the box. I thought I read online that that's the HDR effect manufacturers are aiming for "black colors are truly black". Well, it was too dark for me, but I finally got it sorted.

However, for someone who wants the latest TV specs this may not be what you are looking for.

I've long suspected that the reason why more information/reviews, specifically on ratings oriented websites, are abundant for certain brands are because it's all part of the online marketing schemes by these brands. More online buzz (ratings/reviews), generates more confidence by consumers in the brand/product and hopefully more sales. That's the comfortable, confident and well informed feelings they are wanting you to have before you make that purchase.

The low cost/value sellers, just sell with very little marketing, which is usually left up to retailers to sort.

Much like latest (most costly) computer graphics cards are given to testing websites to generate hype/demand whilst the consumer is SOL when it actually comes to being able purchase due to the high demand that's been created. When in reality most casual/budget gamers would find their current or a newer lower end GPU very much usable for them in reality.

If you can't read between the lines, they've already taken your money before you even know it.
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I don't have any programming that I watch in HDR, nor do I game on either TV. All my programming is at most 1080P and as far as that goes it looks great. It's light years better than my 2012 LG, as they should be. It took me about three weeks to get the colors to appears "normal" to my eyes. The picture was way too dark out of the box. I thought I read online that that's the HDR effect manufacturers are aiming for "black colors are truly black". Well, it was too dark for me, but I finally got it sorted.

However, for someone who wants the latest TV specs this may not be what you are looking for.

I've long suspected that the reason why more information/reviews, specifically on ratings oriented websites, are abundant for certain brands are because it's all part of the online marketing schemes by these brands. More online buzz (ratings/reviews), generates more confidence by consumers in the brand/product and hopefully more sales. That's the comfortable, confident and well informed feelings they are wanting you to have before you make that purchase.

The low cost/value sellers, just sell with very little marketing, which is usually left up to retailers to sort.

Much like latest (most costly) computer graphics cards are given to testing websites to generate hype/demand whilst the consumer is SOL when it actually comes to being able purchase due to the high demand that's been created. When in reality most casual/budget gamers would find their current or a newer lower end GPU very much usable for them in reality.

If you can't read between the lines, they've already taken your money before you even know it.
Jeez. Can you even see the TV with all that tinfoil on your head?
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Jeez. An you even see the TV with all that tinfoil on your head?
It's not tinfoil thinking. It's simple marketing. If you don't understand marketing, then you don't' understand how the consumer world works. That's your loss and their gain. As they say, there's a sucker born every minute.
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