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Bad input lag in gaming mode. Horrific input lag with HDR enabled. Unsuitable for gaming. If you're a gamer, the C6 (with the stupid curve) or the E6 (more expensive) are the options.
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not threadcrapping...but last two years ive snagged an amazing deal on 60" TV by scouring this website. Im holding out for a 65 inch name brand TV for 799 or 699 and if Im extremely lucky 499 due to price mistake :-)
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not threadcrapping...but last two years ive snagged an amazing deal on 60" TV by scouring this website. Im holding out for a 65 inch name brand TV for 799 or 699 and if Im extremely lucky 499 due to price mistake :-)
You would have to be astronomically lucky to get a 2016 OLED for those prices, even in 2017.

Inferior LCD, you could do it all day long right now. Walmart just unloaded a bunch of 55, 60, and 65" samsungs for those prices.
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You would have to be astronomically lucky to get a 2016 OLED for those prices, even in 2017.
if you scour SD every minute of every day its possible to get astronomically lucky lol

But since i work, i cant do that. Ill settle for non OLED but 65" screen. Thats more realistic
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Bad input lag in gaming mode. Horrific input lag with HDR enabled. Unsuitable for gaming. If you're a gamer, the C6 (with the stupid curve) or the E6 (more expensive) are the options.
Can you post the link to those reviews?
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not threadcrapping...but last two years ive snagged an amazing deal on 60" TV by scouring this website. Im holding out for a 65 inch name brand TV for 799 or 699 and if Im extremely lucky 499 due to price mistake :-)
Yes, seeking the same here. I have a 50" I want to replace but not going to bother for less than 65". I don't need any frills like OLED, 4k, smart, whatever. I just want a good quality (no Changhong, Sansui, etc...) 65"+, 1080p, 60htz, with a few HDMI ports for in the $500 range.
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Yes, seeking the same here. I have a 50" I want to replace but not going to bother for less than 65". I don't need any frills like OLED, 4k, smart, whatever. I just want a good quality 65"+, 1080p, 60htz, with a few HDMI ports for in the $500 range.
Its def possible, but u have to be quick. if deal like that goes up it will be gone as soon as its posted. Well, maybe youll have 1-3 hour window the deal is alive
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Bad input lag in gaming mode. Horrific input lag with HDR enabled. Unsuitable for gaming. If you're a gamer, the C6 (with the stupid curve) or the E6 (more expensive) are the options.
E6 is the model that's 3D but without the expensive soundbar but most recommended out of the 2016 lineup from all the research i read...correct?
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E6 is the model that's 3D but without the expensive soundbar but most recommended out of the 2016 lineup from all the research i read...correct?
Depends. Some reviews recommend the B6 (which I don't because of the lag and panel sorting), but many recommend the E6. Few recommend the premium G6 model, simply because you don't get much of anything over the E6 for a lot of extra money.
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i spent $4500 on this tv in early july. sad face
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Pretty sure this TV and the Samsung KS8500 are the top rated TVs out right now, or at least rtings.com thinks so.

Still a bit too pricey for me though. Just bought a 50" Sony 1080p/120hz model last year, and my wife already had the same model Sony when we got married, but the 70" version with 3D....so holding out til I can find one of these 60"+ 4K w/ Xbox One compatible HDR settings for $1,000ish
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i spent $4500 on this tv in early july. sad face
As I'm sure you know, it's all about patience. It's still $3500 at Best Buy but once it hits $3000 I'm getting it. I'm sure it will drop to $2000 a few months later but that's the price I'm willing to pay for it.
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BF under $2000 i am all over it

that the target i have or even Xmas which ever comes first
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If you are actually going to buy it, call/email Cleveland Plasma first.

https://www.clevelandav.com/store..._oled65b6p

I heard he's selling 65 B or C for $2750 shipped. Then you use Chase price protection on your credit card with East Coast TV's web page price and you get it for under $2300... which, of course, is still a lot of money for a TV. Same trick with Cleveland will get you the 65 E6 for 3600-500=3100 shipped.
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