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nishant12 18 14 October 15, 2016 at 06:05 PM
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Looking for 75" Ultra HD TV deals, many of the 75" prices are getting into commodity range so hoping to get high end TV possibly below $2000

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Also looking for this size for BF... I'm not gonna buy from a shady merchant though.
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Also looking for this size for BF... I'm not gonna buy from a shady merchant though.
Depends upon who you think is shady. There are ways to verify credibility before making the purchase. In 2010, I purchased a Plasma TV online at a great price when all other stores failed to come through for me and I was camped out at Best Buy at the time! By the time I arrived home on Friday morning, the TV arrived and the delivery man helped me inspect it and set it up, free of charge.
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Depends upon who you think is shady. There are ways to verify credibility before making the purchase. In 2010, I purchased a Plasma TV online at a great price when all other stores failed to come through for me and I was camped out at Best Buy at the time! By the time I arrived home on Friday morning, the TV arrived and the delivery man helped me inspect it and set it up, free of charge.
http://www.bbb.org/new-york-city/...ny-150230/

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The problem with Black Friday TV's a lot of them are the garbage TV's. Since BF attracts that ultra cheap customer I get that, but it's nice to see the higher end product drop.
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75" is so common size. Raise your bar high....
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75" is so common size. Raise your bar high....
75 is not common.

55 is common and 65 is becoming more popular. 75 on up is still a niche market
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80 and above is baller status. anything else is mediocore now in days just saying lol
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I'm thinking about an 80"
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I am also looking for a a higher end 65-80" Set. 65" Oled might win over bigger sets for me though. I doubt we will see 65" OLED for less than $2500 though.
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for a bigger room 70" or more is best. don't kid yourself and save $1000 on a 65" just to have everyone squint.
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80 and above is baller status. anything else is mediocore now in days just saying lol
Really an ignorant reply. Unless you have a huge living room or man cave, 80" is overkill. For renters, 80" is out of the question.

Most average living rooms would be totally fine with a 65" set. I have a 65" currently but can squeeze in a 70" (my max size).

And the real 'baller' HD size would be 100"+ if you really want that 'theater' feel.

Mine is 120" (projector setup) but tired of sitting in a darkened room all the time to enjoy movies.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27565515@N04/
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Really an ignorant reply. Unless you have a huge living room or man cave, 80" is overkill. For renters, 80" is out of the question.

Most average living rooms would be totally fine with a 65" set. I have a 65" currently but can squeeze in a 70" (my max size).

And the real 'baller' HD size would be 100"+ if you really want that 'theater' feel.

Mine is 120" (projector setup) but tired of sitting in a darkened room all the time to enjoy movies.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27565515@N04/
Always wondered how the input lag is on a projector for gaming. Is it noticeable? Nice clean setup though man, an 80 inch hung on that wall would look nice as well Big Grin
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I've always preferred DLP pjs and been doing PJ gaming since the good ole 480p days (Xbox, PS2 era)..I had the mighty Marantz VP4001 720p for years (comparable to a plasma TV). Then upgraded to 1080p Mitsubishi (3rd bulb now). I'm a huge COD gamer and finally transitioned to PC last year so the HT room barely get used now.

Only thing is over time, you get 'tired' of sitting in a darkened room especially since my living room has huge open windows to my backyard so once we put a 65" TV in there, I started spending more time in the living room.

Nowadays, we only use the HT room when we have families over (kids love sitting in front of the huge screen with popcorn with a 20th rerun of 'Despicable Me'Big Grin).

Hence planning to move my current 65" Vizio in the living room to my bedroom and replace it with a 70" (or 75" 4k set under $2k).

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Always wondered how the input lag is on a projector for gaming. Is it noticeable?
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There seems to be a large price jump from 65 to 70 at equivalent quality level. 65 seems to be the current sweet spot in value.
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