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49" Changhong UD49YC5500UA 4K Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

Posted 03-02-2016 by Cric8 at 08:14 AM
Newegg via eBay has 49" Changhong UD49YC5500UA 4K Smart LED HDTV on sale for $299. Shipping is free. Thanks Prabu

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Enhanced Motion Rate: 240Hz
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Connectors:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 2x Audio
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Edited March 2, 2016 at 10:19 AM by mlacey3
New Changhong 49" Class Ultra HD LED TV - UD49YC5500UA - $299 + Free shipping

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Is this really a Smart TV? If so, how?

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Everybody Changhong tonight!
They are big in China. Huge in fact. Well respected.

Americans need to get use to Chinese brands. They are coming out of the shadows. Much like how HTC came out. For years, HTC built many of the hottest phones sold in the US, they just did it behind the scenes and didn't put their brand on it. Then they stepped out and now they are a known brand.

Much the same is happening with the mainland brands now. I forget which one it was now, but when I was in Target the other day I saw a T-Mobile phone with a Chinese brand on it. I'd never seen that name outside of China until now. A few years ago, T-Mobile would have made up a fake sounding European brand name for it.
I have a Changhong 39" 1080p LED in the bedroom and I love it, great for gaming. Seriously tempted to jump on this to replace it.

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Hm never heard of the brand before... anyone have any insight?
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Changhong is big in China.

This TV gets mixed reviews, but what do you expect at this price?
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The best price I've ever seen, thanks.
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I have a Changhong 39" 1080p LED in the bedroom and I love it, great for gaming. Seriously tempted to jump on this to replace it.
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Thanks OP! In for 2, one for the garage and one for in laws!
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Hm never heard of the brand before... anyone have any insight?
Everybody Changhong tonight!
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I owned this model. I got it from newegg back in November. good so far the only cons is that no support for universal remotes this model works on RF
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Quote from timdafweak View Post :
Hm never heard of the brand before... anyone have any insight?
They are big in China. Huge in fact. Well respected.

Americans need to get use to Chinese brands. They are coming out of the shadows. Much like how HTC came out. For years, HTC built many of the hottest phones sold in the US, they just did it behind the scenes and didn't put their brand on it. Then they stepped out and now they are a known brand.

Much the same is happening with the mainland brands now. I forget which one it was now, but when I was in Target the other day I saw a T-Mobile phone with a Chinese brand on it. I'd never seen that name outside of China until now. A few years ago, T-Mobile would have made up a fake sounding European brand name for it.
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That's unbelievable price, thanks
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Eating chicken feet is also big in China too.
LOL. I guess you never have. Since if you had, you'd been slurping them up every day. Yes, they are that good. I imagine a few hundred years ago when the Italians where saying that eating noodles is also big in China too, we'll stick to our gnocchi.
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personally own 2 they look great only people who say it's bad is because they have never heard of the name

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I have one and It sux.

Eating chicken feet is also big in China too.
liar I have 2 and they look great
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