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Hisense 65" U8G Series Quantum ULED 4K Android TV @ Amazon $1119.99

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$1250 @ Best Buy...

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hise...Id=6457437

Specs:
Resolution: 3840x2160
ULED Quantum Dot Tech w/ Wide Color Gamut
Full Array w/ Local Dimming (360 Dimming Zones)
Up to 1500 nits of peak brightness
Refresh Rate: Native 120Hz (Motion Rate 480)
Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR 10 +, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
Dolby Atmos + IMAX Enhanced
Wifi + Bluetooth + Voice Remote
Android 10 TV + Google Assistant + Amazon Alexa

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4x HDMI (2 x HDMI 2.1)
2x USB
1x Composite
1x RF
1x Ethernet
1x Optical Audio
Headphone Jack

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While this is not the lowest price this this TV ($1150 a few weeks ago but went out of stock quickly), this is a solid price for a great TV. I have it and love it. On par with the LG CX which will cost you at least $600 more.
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While this is not the lowest price this this TV ($1150 a few weeks ago but went out of stock quickly), this is a solid price for a great TV. I have it and love it. On par with the LG CX which will cost you at least $600 more.
The $1120 here is the cheapest price I've seen for this TV other than on ebay with a discount coupon around this past Labor Day. Where have you seen it cheaper?
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While this is not the lowest price this this TV ($1150 a few weeks ago but went out of stock quickly), this is a solid price for a great TV. I have it and love it. On par with the LG CX which will cost you at least $600 more.
Wait! This is an Oled?!
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The $1120 here is the cheapest price I've seen for this TV other than on ebay with a discount coupon around this past Labor Day. Where have you seen it cheaper?
My mistake, I read the price as $1199. Probably the sleep deprivation from a newborn!

This is a fantastic price for this TV.
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Wait! This is an Oled?!
No, it is not, but it's quite comparable to the LG's OLEC picture quality (as per reviewers on YouTube).

Again, I absolutely love the TV. This is probably the best "bang for your buck" TV at the moment.

The LG will be better for some things (e.g., blackest blacks), but it actually looks worse in other areas (e.g., brightness).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L...RbE&t=635s

I bought an extended warranty from Upsie for like $145 for 5 years, no deductible. Use code APPLES for 10% off. I've used Upsie for years with my cellphones and always had a great experience.
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wish they made the 77in this version
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No, it is not, but it's quite comparable to the LG's OLEC picture quality (as per reviewers on YouTube).

Again, I absolutely love the TV. This is probably the best "bang for your buck" TV at the moment.

The LG will be better for some things (e.g., blackest blacks), but it actually looks worse in other areas (e.g., brightness).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L...RbE&t=635s

I bought an extended warranty from Upsie for like $145 for 5 years, no deductible. Use code APPLES for 10% off. I've used Upsie for years with my cellphones and always had a great experience.
Lol. Ok. This may be a very good "lcd/led" tv , but I have two oleds and I've owned quite a few good lcd/led's. The only thing this tv may have over ANY oled is peak brightness.
Looking at the Rtings scores, this tv is beaten by the cx lg in every category except "tv shows", where they're tied.
Save up a little more money and buy the oled. These lcd/LED's have terrible of off axis viewing. There's a very narrow "sweet spot". I'm still waiting for lcd/led tv's to "fix" that problem, and the blooming problems.
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Lol. Ok. This may be a very good "lcd/led" tv , but I have two oleds and I've owned quite a few good lcd/led's. The only thing this tv may have over ANY oled is peak brightness.
Looking at the Rtings scores, this tv is beaten by the cx lg in every category except "tv shows", where they're tied.
Save up a little more money and buy the oled. These lcd/LED's have terrible of off axis viewing. There's a very narrow "sweet spot". I'm still waiting for lcd/led tv's to "fix" that problem, and the blooming problems.
LCD/LED owners will always try to justify their purchase by claiming that it's "close enough" to OLED, and saying they don't see the need to spend another 500 to get an OLED. What I don't understand is that the average person has a TV for 10 years or so. So why wouldn't you want to buy quality when it's something you are going to keep for that long? Instead, they're perfectly content cheaping out, saving a few bucks, and going 10 years with a mediocre TV.
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Lol. Ok. This may be a very good "lcd/led" tv , but I have two oleds and I've owned quite a few good lcd/led's. The only thing this tv may have over ANY oled is peak brightness.
Looking at the Rtings scores, this tv is beaten by the cx lg in every category except "tv shows", where they're tied.
Save up a little more money and buy the oled. These lcd/LED's have terrible of off axis viewing. There's a very narrow "sweet spot". I'm still waiting for lcd/led tv's to "fix" that problem, and the blooming problems.
To each their own, but I've seen both, and the LG is slightly better but nowhere near $600 better.
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LCD/LED owners will always try to justify their purchase by claiming that it's "close enough" to OLED, and saying they don't see the need to spend another 500 to get an OLED. What I don't understand is that the average person has a TV for 10 years or so. So why wouldn't you want to buy quality when it's something you are going to keep for that long? Instead, they're perfectly content cheaping out, saving a few bucks, and going 10 years with a mediocre TV.
Because we're not talking about "mediocre" here. Don't take my word for it; look at the numerous YouTube comparisons. Very little difference between the two TVs, except for gaming, which I don't care about.

By all means, spend an extra $600 for minimal gain. It's your money. Applause
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While this is not the lowest price this this TV ($1150 a few weeks ago but went out of stock quickly), this is a solid price for a great TV. I have it and love it. On par with the LG CX which will cost you at least $600 more.
Lol, not on par. Don't misconstrue things to make it seem better than it is. This is a good LCD, but it's not on the same level. Also, it's a Hisense, which itself is a detriment.
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No, it is not, but it's quite comparable to the LG's OLEC picture quality (as per reviewers on YouTube).

Again, I absolutely love the TV. This is probably the best "bang for your buck" TV at the moment.

The LG will be better for some things (e.g., blackest blacks), but it actually looks worse in other areas (e.g., brightness).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L...RbE&t=635s

I bought an extended warranty from Upsie for like $145 for 5 years, no deductible. Use code APPLES for 10% off. I've used Upsie for years with my cellphones and always had a great experience.
So, basically you're admitting you have no experience with it, yet you're giving your opinion via vicarious experience.

Go ahead and see yourself out until you've actually owned an OLED. "Worse brightness." Lol. You need to work on your adjectives.
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LCD/LED owners will always try to justify their purchase by claiming that it's "close enough" to OLED, and saying they don't see the need to spend another 500 to get an OLED. What I don't understand is that the average person has a TV for 10 years or so. So why wouldn't you want to buy quality when it's something you are going to keep for that long? Instead, they're perfectly content cheaping out, saving a few bucks, and going 10 years with a mediocre TV.
Too be fair, I don't think any TV is lasting 10 years anymore. These are not the built-like-a-tank CRT's or plasma's of old. Considering that it is likely to break in about 5 years or so on average you can argue for getting a less expensive set. Certainly most people who are going to keep it in blaze mode probably should.

For an enthusiast who is willing to pay for better performance and can live with not pausing static images on the screen or watching CNN, red zone, etc., all day then sure OLED's are great. I have always had plasma's, don't have kids or game and I know my wife and I can handle it and not destroy it in a few years. Most people... just get a LED that looks decent at Costco and call it a day.
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