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55" Samsung UN55JS700DFXZA 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV (Refurbished)

chuckolate 8 29 June 21, 2016 at 10:33 AM in 4K TVs (7) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 06-21-2016 by brisar at 12:39 PM View Original Post
Walmart.com has 55" Samsung UN55JS700DFXZA 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV (Refurbished) on sale for $550. Shipping is free. Thanks chuckolate

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Clear Motion Rate: 120Hz
  • 4k, WiFi, Smart TV
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite

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Written by brisar

In-store pick up is also available for those who prefer to go that route. - brisar

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Edited June 21, 2016 at 10:38 AM by annie930ny
Refurbished Samsung UN55JS700DFXZA 55" 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED SUHDTV (4K x 2K)

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Refurbi...K/49791649

$50 cheaper than previous deal

Free Shipping.

From what I understand this is the same model as the JS7000.

Lowest price that I could find from a reputable seller for new is $875 on Amazon [amazon.com]
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I'm going to be lazy and not check if you got a properly explained response yet. There are three reasons to want a 120hz TV over a 60hz essentially.

The first is really simple, the higher the refresh rate the smoother things move. The smoother they move, they better it looks. If you've never watched true 120hz, you'll not be disappointed with 60hz. It wasn't a big deal years ago, with lower resolution and smaller screens, but it is becoming more important for this sake. While it's a big plus, it's less relevant than higher resolution or better contrast to most people. To a common misconception, 120hz does NOT mean 120FPS. 120hz means the screen refreshes 120 times a second while 120FPS means that there are 120 frames per second provided to the screen. The two interplay for obvious reasons, but they are not the same thing which will hopefully make sense after the second reason.

The second is still fairly easy, but requires some background. Video content is typically presented at two different rates (and more recently a third). These are 24FPS, 30 FPS, and more recently 48FPS. They existed originally as standards from different parts of the world, but long story short you've got both today. Playing 30FPS on a 60hz screen works pretty well. Every frame is shown once, refreshed once, then we move to the next frame and repeat the pattern. It works because 60 is a perfect multiple of 30. 24FPS (and subsequently 48FPS) does NOT work out that nicely though (60/24 = 2.5). As a result, video has to go through a 'pulldown' to display at 60hz were some frames get duplicated more than others. This creates what is commonly called 'judder'. Judder can occur with 30FPS content as well, but that's a result of poor refresh more than rates not matching. 120hz was the proposed solution to this issue of 24FPS content not playing smoothly. 120 is the lowest common multiple of 24 and 30, so by using it no pulldown is necessary.

Third is that 120hz allows active 3D at 60hz per eye. Active 3D shutter glasses work by alternating one eye seeing the screen at a time. Going lower than 60hz is painful to watch to say the least, so you don't find 60hz 3D TVs.

For points of reference, TVs have been typically 60hz for a long while now. Computer monitors have been either 60 or 75hz since back in the day of CRTs. Computer monitors now are available up to 144hz and TVs to 120hz. VR headsets are 90hz+ to avoid motion sickness.
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anytime ive purchased these refurb tvs from walmart IT ALWAYS TURNS INTO A BIG HASSLE. Comes in a beat up box, tv has noticeable damage (screen, bezel, etc.)

Then the only option is return for a refund. Or deny at store.

Anybody have any positive experiences with these ?
DJsDA 6
This should be good. I checked rtings for review.
They said this TV supports 4K @ 60 Hz at 4:4:4 chroma and that response time is in 20ms range when TV is running in game mode. That should be okay for competitive gaming too.

Only down side they mentioned is there is judder when watching movie. (I am not sure how much and what extent)

I ordered one to experience it myself, and see how it goes.
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This seems like a very nice price.. I don't need another TV but would likely get this if I did. Thumbup
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Solid budget tv. Nothing better at this price
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How can you get a warranty on this? Thinking of ordering one and seeing what condition it arrives in
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Warranty???
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anytime ive purchased these refurb tvs from walmart IT ALWAYS TURNS INTO A BIG HASSLE. Comes in a beat up box, tv has noticeable damage (screen, bezel, etc.)

Then the only option is return for a refund. Or deny at store.

Anybody have any positive experiences with these ?
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the warranty is $96 for 3 years. It can be added after you add the TV to your cart.
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How can you get a warranty on this? Thinking of ordering one and seeing what condition it arrives in
Right on the walmart page it offers a 3yr plan for $96.
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Good for a monitor?
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Quote from DJsDA View Post :
anytime ive purchased these refurb tvs from walmart IT ALWAYS TURNS INTO A BIG HASSLE. Comes in a beat up box, tv has noticeable damage (screen, bezel, etc.)

Then the only option is return for a refund. Or deny at store.

Anybody have any positive experiences with these ?
I ordered a 50" Vizio refurb from them a year ago. it came in a box that was beat to hell and the corner of the TV was broken. The return/refund went smooth though and I actually got another refurb at the same price point but with more features.
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Good for a monitor?
This should be good. I checked rtings for review.
They said this TV supports 4K @ 60 Hz at 4:4:4 chroma and that response time is in 20ms range when TV is running in game mode. That should be okay for competitive gaming too.

Only down side they mentioned is there is judder when watching movie. (I am not sure how much and what extent)

I ordered one to experience it myself, and see how it goes.
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is it 60hz or 120hz?
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is it 60hz or 120hz?
it is 60hz
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