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Updated May 17, 2020
OLED65C9PUA 65" C9 4K HDR Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ (2019 Model) w/ SL8YG 3.1.2 Channel High Res Audio Sound Bar
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OLED65C9PUA 65" C9 4K HDR Smart OLED TV w/AI ThinQ (2019 Model) w/ SL8YG 3.1.2 Channel High Res Audio Sound Bar
LG AUTHORIZED DEALER - Includes Full LG USA WARRANTY Perfect black and infinite contrast bring out the details in the darkest scenes. That's the power of 8.3 million individually lit pixels in LG OLED TVs. Images, action and color are brought to new life to instantly enhance picture quality through LG's best 4K processor, empowered by AI at its core. IN THE BOX: OLED65C9PUA 65" C9 4K HDR Smart OLED TV | Magic Remote Included | Remote Control Battery | Power Cable | Quick Start Guide | E-Manual BUNDLE INCLUDES: LG SL8YG 440W 3.1.2-Channel Soundbar System | Remote Control with Batteries | Optical Cable | Cable Management | Soundbar Wall Mount Bracket | Limited 1-Year Warranty
$2489 $6335.98
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Amazon
Updated May 28, 2020
TCL 55" 6 Series 4k LED HDR Roku HDTV, Model 55R617 (2018)
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TCL 55" 6 Series 4k LED HDR Roku HDTV, Model 55R617 (2018)
The 6 Series is TCL's midlevel set. It includes built in Roku functionality, and is competitive with with the Samsung 8 Series and Hisense H8F. It has a VA panel, which is great for light rooms, but the image degrades as you view off center. It has low input lag (which is great for gaming), and supports HDR.
$399 $799
Ebay
Updated May 23, 2020
Samsung 55" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN55TU8000FXZA (2020)
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Samsung 55" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN55TU8000FXZA (2020)
The UN55TU8000FXZA is Samsung's midlevel 55" LED Model for 2019. You can decode the model number using the following information: - U= LED TV - N= meant for US, Canada, Korea - 55= 55" screen - T= 2020 - U= LED TV (again) - 8000= 8 Series (slots above 7 series) - FXZA= refers to the type of tuner It's not uncommon to see slightly different model numbers. For example, sometimes TV manufacturers release special ""black friday"" editions of TVs that omit something minor, like a 4th HDMI port. Also, Costco and Sam's Club sometimes get their own models, usually omitting the last "0". As for performance, the TU8000 series is decent. It supports 4k and HDR, and has very low input lag. However, unlike the 2019 8 series (RU8000), it does not support FreeSync. It also does not get nearly as bright, so it isn't as good for bright rooms. "
$497.99 $599
Walmart
Updated May 26, 2020
TCL 65" Class 6-Series 4K UHD QLED Dolby Vision HDR Roku Smart TV - 65R625
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TCL 65" Class 6-Series 4K UHD QLED Dolby Vision HDR Roku Smart TV - 65R625
QLED color technology delivers better brightness and wide color volume to provide exceptionally vivid and lifelike picture performance. Smart functionality offers access to thousands of streaming channels featuring more than 500,000 movies and TV episodes via Roku TV Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture LED backlighting with contrast control zones produce deep blacks and excellent picture quality Full view design provides a clean, contemporary edge-to-edge glass display that blends seamlessly into your viewing experience Auto game mode automatically enhances performance by offering the smoothest action, lowest latency and the best picture settings for gaming Inputs: 4 HDMI (one with HDMI ARC), 1 USB (media player), RF, Composite, Headphone Jack, Optical Audio Out, Ethernet Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 56.9" X 32.9" X 3.4", TV with stand: 56.9" X 36.0" X 12.4" Easy voice control with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility
$749.99 $1849.98
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Amazon
Updated May 22, 2020
Samsung 82" 8 Series 4k Premium LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN82RU8000FXZA (2019)
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Samsung 82" 8 Series 4k Premium LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN82RU8000FXZA (2019)
The UN82RU8000FXZA is Samsung's top 82"" LED Model for 2019. You can decode the model number using the following information: U= LED TV N= meant for US, Canada, Korea 82= 82" screen R= 2019 U= LED TV (again) 8000= 8 Series (slots above 7 series) FXZA= refers to the type of tuner It's not uncommon to see slightly different model numbers. For example, sometimes TV manufacturers release special ""black friday"" editions of TVs that omit something minor, like a 4th HDMI port. Also, Costco and Sam's Club sometimes get their own models, usually omitting the last "0". As for performance, the RU8000 series is very strong. It has a matte screen, so it handles glare well, and it supports Freesync, 4k resolution and HDR. In an interesting note, the 2020 8 series (TU8000) is actually a little worse than the RU8000. Samsung apparently moved every LED tier down a unit.
$1599 $3200
Newegg
Updated May 23, 2020
LG 75" 6900 Series 4k LED HDR 10 Smart HDTV, Model 75UN6950ZUD (2020)
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LG 75" 6900 Series 4k LED HDR 10 Smart HDTV, Model 75UN6950ZUD (2020)
The LG 75UN6950ZUD is LG's entry level 75"" LED TV for 2020. It is apparently a Walmart exclusive, taking the same panel as the UN7300PUF series, but removing some functionality (bluetooth, magic remote support, one HDMI port, etc.). On the positive side, this set provides a decent picture at an incredibly aggressive price. **Product Specs** - Display Technology LED - Resolution 4K (2160p) - Connector Type HDMI Input; HDMI ARC; USB Ports; RF Connection Input; Composite Input; Ethernet Input; Digital Audio Output - Model 75UN6950ZUD - Screen Size 75" - Is Smart Y - Brand LG - Assembled Product Weight 78 lbs - Manufacturer Part Number 75UN6950ZUD - Streaming Services VUDU; Netflix; Youtube; Showtime; Starz; Google Play; Sling; Hulu; Disney+; Pandora; LG Channels; Apple TV - Refresh Rate 60 Hz - Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H) 13.10 x 66.70 x 40.80 Inches
$748 $799
Walmart
Updated May 23, 2020
TCL 50" 4 Series 4k LED HDR Roku HDTV, Model 50S425  (2019)
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TCL 50" 4 Series 4k LED HDR Roku HDTV, Model 50S425 (2019)
There are actually three different versions of the 2019 TCL 4 Series TV. The model numbers end in 421, 423, or 425. It seems as though the only differences are the VESA mount patterns, but the panels, remotes, and all other hardware are identical. The 4 Series is TCL's entry level 4k range. They are roughly in line with Samsung's NU6900, Vizio's V Series, and LG's UM7300. One advantage of the TCL model is the integrated Roku, which is superior to most manufacturer's smart technology. **Product Specs** - Built-in Roku OS with thousands of streaming channels - High Dynamic Range Format: HDR10 - 4K resolution - 120Hz CMI effective refresh rate - Personalized Home screen - Free Roku remote app with voice search - Screencast photos, videos, and music from your phone - Cord Cutter certified - Easy-to-use remote - USB Port - 3x HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 (1 ARC) - Dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Ethernet port - Limited 1-year parts and labor
$248 $507.99
Amazon
Updated May 23, 2020
Samsung 65" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN65TU8000FXZA (2020)
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Samsung 65" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN65TU8000FXZA (2020)
The UN65TU8000FXZA is Samsung's midlevel 65" LED Model for 2019. You can decode the model number using the following information: - U= LED TV - N= meant for US, Canada, Korea - 65= 65" screen - T= 2020 - U= LED TV (again) - 8000= 8 Series (slots above 7 series) - FXZA= refers to the type of tuner It's not uncommon to see slightly different model numbers. For example, sometimes TV manufacturers release special "black friday" editions of TVs that omit something minor, like a 4th HDMI port. Also, Costco and Sam's Club sometimes get their own models, usually omitting the last "0". As for performance, the TU8000 series is decent. It supports 4k and HDR, and has very low input lag. However, unlike the 2019 8 series (RU8000), it does not support FreeSync. It also does not get nearly as bright, so it isn't as good for bright rooms. In the same price range, this TV is outclassed by the TCL 6 Series.
$647.99 $700
Amazon
Updated May 28, 2020
Sony 85" X950H 4k Premium LED Dolby Vision Android Smart HDTV, Model XBR-85X950H (2020)
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Sony 85" X950H 4k Premium LED Dolby Vision Android Smart HDTV, Model XBR-85X950H (2020)
The X950H is Sony's upper mid-range TV line. It is slotted below the Z9F and A8G, and above the X900H, X850H, and X800H. The XBR-85X950H is the 85" version of this set. Sony uses Android TV to power the Smart functionality, and it is very smooth, although there are some unavoidable ads. Vs. the X900H, the X950H has a brighter screen and lower input lag. Vs. the Z9F, the X950 has worse local dimming.
$3199 $4999
Newegg
Updated May 23, 2020
Samsung 43" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN43TU8000FXZA (2020)
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Samsung 43" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN43TU8000FXZA (2020)
The UN43TU8000FXZA is Samsung's midlevel 43" LED Model for 2019. You can decode the model number using the following information: - U= LED TV - N= meant for US, Canada, Korea - 43= 43" screen - T= 2020 - U= LED TV (again) - 8000= 8 Series (slots above 7 series) - FXZA= refers to the type of tuner It's not uncommon to see slightly different model numbers. For example, sometimes TV manufacturers release special ""black friday"" editions of TVs that omit something minor, like a 4th HDMI port. Also, Costco and Sam's Club sometimes get their own models, usually omitting the last "0". As for performance, the TU8000 series is decent. It supports 4k and HDR, and has very low input lag. However, unlike the 2019 8 series (RU8000), it does not support FreeSync. It also does not get nearly as bright, so it isn't as good for bright rooms.
$348 $369
Walmart

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