Samsung 55/65/75/82" 4K Ultra HDR10+ NU8000 TVssearch

Samsung 55/65/75/82" 4K Ultra HDR10+ NU8000 TVs

Samsung 55/65/75/82" 4K Ultra HDR10+ NU8000 TVs

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i don't see a curved 65 or 75 or 82 inch option..?
The savings are for the 65”, 75” and 82”. You’re not saving much however for the 55”, $20 if I’m being exact. I was excited to see the drop on the 55”, waited 3 weeks, but for only $20 more, I can just decide to buy the 55” from either Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy or, hell, even Walmart without being constrained to the 5 day time frame of a “drop”. Dissapointing drop.
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BDavila17
Samsung as of today, still has these for sale with employee discount participation which includes government employee pricing and unidays. 49”-$540, 55”-$675, 65”-$900, 75”-$1,440 and the 82” is $2,250. You do have to pay tax though...This drop may be a decent deal if you can’t capitalize on the EPP pricing... Once again, not impressed...
Same price as local costco for similar model nu800 + costco generous return policy + local pick up + almost free square trade extended warranty.
Not the exact same model, but BJ's Wholesale Club sells the Samsung 55MU800D (their number for the 8000) for $680...
mscott58
That is last year's model though. This one is this year's. N not M.
ezridah
I do agree that the price disparity is not worth it, though. Unless you realllly want FreeSync.
I think rtings shows this tv inferior to the new tcl 6 series at a fraction of the price, 55 600, 65 1000. and LG oled for 100 dollars more has been on massdrop. If you need a 75 or 82 inch not sure maybe it is a good deal but it does not get bright like the k series or qled f series. I can not see how samsung is so out of line. Samsung has been falling apart the last 2 years to competition. Not sure that samsung realizes the correct prices.
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so I've been doing tons of research and to be honest... i don't think you'll be able to find ANY panels (especially TV's) able to produce 120 fps @ 4k.. pretty sure it caps at 60
bryank723
That is the point man until they update TV's to HDMI 2.1 there is no real gain with Samsung native 120hz screens over the 60 with any console, computer or device connected, unless you get content through their apps via internet streaming like Netflix 120hz hdr content, hopefully Samsung will update the ports on the older models after they do get HDMI 2.1 because currently there is nothing to gain with the 120hz if nothing can be plugged in to use it. Samsung is slow to this, they did update some old j series TV's to HDMI 2 from HDMI 1.4 through an evolution kit, but I called and they have no plans to do another as that was more intended to give the old screens anew os more than new ports which they seem to intend to not want to repeat. More importantly it cost 300 dollars on top of the cost of the screen at that rate buy a tcl and then a nice 34 inch sync screen as well.
Did read the reviews on the Sony BUT many were detrimental regarding quality and problems popping up in 2 months with lines, auto shut off , and halo effect around network logos . LG has 75 inch around 1400 sold out of wal mart and jc penny
Good deal for this TV, not a great deal overall. Rtings recommends the Sony X900E for a better value, though more expensive, while the 850e is about the same price with equitable, if not better performance. https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/nu8000
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