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55" Sharp LC-55N6000U 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

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Dell Home & Office has 55" Sharp LC-55N6000U 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card for $599.99. Shipping is free. Thanks GoodDay

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    • Resolution: 3840x2160
    • Smart, LED, 4K UHD w/ WiFi
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 3x USB
      • 1x Component
      • 1x Composite
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$599.99 with free shipping. Comes with a $100 Dell gift card.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Smart, LED, 4K Ultra HD w/ WiFi
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
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Last Edited by TheEdge June 4, 2016 at 02:11 PM
For those who think this is fully HDR capable, this changes things, I think...

Sharp N6000 Series
Rounding out Sharp's 2016 UHD TV offerings is the N6000 series. This series delivers many of the same base features of Sharp's premium 2016 TVs including an 8-core CPU, wireless networking, and apps. The N6000 TVs are also compatible with HDR-encoded content albeit without the wide color gamut or local dimming capabilities of more expensive models. The big deal here is attractive pricing for mid-sized UHD resolution LCDs.

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I used to be all about the refresh rate until I read up on it. 60hz is fine for most anything youre going to do. 120hz or higher usually has a marketing term tied to it like true motion. I think most sporting events are 30 fps, and games can be up to 60fps unless youre computing. Refresh rate doesnt mean response time nor anything for lag input. Im not a fan of sharp, but just look at the tv in person can tell you whether you like it or not.
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There are no 4k 120hz TVs...
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Yep.. please point me to a 4k TV that has true 120hz because they don't exist. Please do research before you come in and spout stuff off in a thread. HDMI 2.0 does not even support anything beyond 60 hz
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Bummer my dell egift card expired yesterday
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If only I needed a 55" LED TV right now.
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How much do these dell gift cards sell for?
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Is this a good deal? Coming from someone who will typically use a Roku or Apple TV to watch. Mainly for sports and movies. Thanks!
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60Hz refresh
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I was interested in this until I checked the reviews on Amazon. 3.5 stars average (166 reviews), 27% of which are 1 or 2 star reviews = no deal for me.

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I used to be all about the refresh rate until I read up on it. 60hz is fine for most anything youre going to do. 120hz or higher usually has a marketing term tied to it like true motion. I think most sporting events are 30 fps, and games can be up to 60fps unless youre computing. Refresh rate doesnt mean response time nor anything for lag input. Im not a fan of sharp, but just look at the tv in person can tell you whether you like it or not.
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First thing I noticed as well. I'm surprised in 2016 that a 120hz refresh rate isn't the standard. Has anyone ever watched a football or soccer game on 60hz? The blur in the movement of a flying ball is ridiculous. 60hz should be outlawed. Ok I'm done now.
There are no 4k 120hz TVs...
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60Hz refresh
Yep.. please point me to a 4k TV that has true 120hz because they don't exist. Please do research before you come in and spout stuff off in a thread. HDMI 2.0 does not even support anything beyond 60 hz
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