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Old 02-27-2020, 01:37 PM   #1
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Looking at moving up to a 75 4k.looking at spending 1500.sony ,samsung and sharp all around the 1500 mark.should I maybe wait till the new models come out or try to make a deal on a current model as they are a year old now.is it worth the extra 500 to move up to a samsung quantum dot tv ?
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Old 02-27-2020, 02:08 PM   #2
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If you only want to spend $1500 on a 75"...then get one now. The new models will most likely be higher because of newer technology IMO.
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:23 PM   #3
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Are the sharp 75 android any good?can get for $1199.
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:30 PM   #4
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there is a deal posted on slickdeals for a 75 inch samsung for 1k

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at pc richard and son. it says you have to add the tv to your cart to see the sale price.
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your asking a bunch of questions. what you haven't mentioned/listed is the research you have done about these tv's and what you have narrowed it down too. are you just hoping someone will tell you what to buy and you'll just buy that?

nothing wrong with that if that's what your aiming for; i'm just curious as i always am when people don't mention what they have done for themselves in relation to what they are asking from others.
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:33 PM   #6
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I’d recommend a Vizio P Series or TCL 6 series at that size and price range. Maybe a Sony 900F if you can stretch the budget a little bit.

Also, TCL and Vizio are releasing new models at that price range and size in a few months which IMO might be worth waiting for given the improvements (more dimming zones for TCL, better processing for Vizio).

I would not recommend a Samsung and definitely not a Sharp.
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Old 02-27-2020, 03:46 PM   #7
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your asking a bunch of questions. what you haven't mentioned/listed is the research you have done about these tv's and what you have narrowed it down too. are you just hoping someone will tell you what to buy and you'll just buy that?

nothing wrong with that if that's what your aiming for; i'm just curious as i always am when people don't mention what they have done for themselves in relation to what they are asking from others.
I currently have a 60 sharp 4k but want to go to a 75.have researched tons of them and Its mind boggling.most of my watching is sports and general tv.not too much for movies.hope that helps a bit.
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Id recommend a Vizio P Series or TCL 6 series at that size and price range. Maybe a Sony 900F if you can stretch the budget a little bit.

Also, TCL and Vizio are releasing new models at that price range and size in a few months which IMO might be worth waiting for given the improvements (more dimming zones for TCL, better processing for Vizio).

I would not recommend a Samsung and definitely not a Sharp.
Thanks was looking at the tcl 6 series.so they are not too bad of a tv?
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Thanks was looking at the tcl 6 series.so they are not too bad of a tv?
If most of your watching habits are sports and regular TV then you want something that has good motion and processing for the upscaling. I'd recommend the Sony more in that case.

TCL 6 Series is one of the best bang for your buck models, but I'd say they are more ideal for people who watch movies more given the color, HDR capabilities, and dimming zones (better contrast). Sports require better motion handling, and 99% of regular TV caps at 1080i, which is why I was recommending the Sony more given it has better motion handling and upscaling. The contrast, HDR, and wider color aren't as good but those are attributes geared more towards serious movie watching and not sports or regular TV.

I've always seen Sharp as more of the conference-type kind of displays. I've never seen any of their models reviewed well for consumer use.
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When do the new models arrive in stores?think I'm going to spend a bit more and get a current model.thanks for replies
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The best time to buy a new TV is at the end of the year because, that's when the retailers reduce the prices on their current TVs to get rid of them, to make room for the next year models. Its the same way for automobiles.

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When do the new models arrive in stores?think I'm going to spend a bit more and get a current model.thanks for replies
Depends on the brand and model. Some could be available as early as next month or as late as August.
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Old 03-10-2020, 06:04 PM   #13
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Ended up getting a samsung 75 6dr qled
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Ended up getting a samsung 75 6dr qled
how are you liking it? i am a new homeowner, and i haven't bought a tv in about 4 years. i would like to keep my old one upstairs and get a new one for my den. was thinking 65 or 75 inches. are you happy with your purchase?
i cant decide if i want LED/QLED/OLED. i worry about burn-in but i hear it's overrated.
i want something for streaming my apps and using the PS4.
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