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Samsung 75-Inch Full-HD LED Smart TV

Samsung 75-Inch Full-HD LED Smart TV

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For a movie-theater experience without going to the movie theater, check out this 75-inch beast from Samsung. With a full-HD 1080p resolution, a Wide Color Enhancer, and Micro Dimming Pro technology, it makes it so everything you watch appears just as it should: in bold, vibrant color and detail. Thanks to the quad-core processor, the TV offers a fluid browsing experience without hiccups. Pair that with Motion Rate 120 for an impressive refresh rate and this TV won’t lag during anything you throw at it. And because it’s a Smart TV, it allows you to freely browse the web and stream content from the most popular streaming services around.

Note: At checkout, you can add the HW-K470 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer (+ $279.99).

Samsung 75-Inch Full-HD LED Smart TV
Samsung 75-Inch Full-HD LED Smart TV
Samsung 75-Inch Full-HD LED Smart TV

HW-K470 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer Add-on (+ $279.99)

Samsung 75-Inch Full-HD LED Smart TV


  • Screen Type: Flat Panel
  • Stand Type (Color): V-Shape (Brushed Silver)
  • Screen Size: 74.5” Measured Diagonally
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Motion Rate: 120
  • Audio: Dolby MS11
  • Sound Effect: DTS Studio Sound
  • DTS Premium Sound 5.1
  • Sound Output (RMS): 20W (10W x 2)
  • Speaker Type: Down Firing + Base Reflex (2CH)
  • Wireless Connectivity: Wi-Fi Built-In
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Smart Hub
  • Processor: Quad-Core
  • Apps Platform: Smart TV with Apps, S-Recommendation and Full Web Browser
  • Smart View 2.0
  • Dimming Technology
  • Micro Dimming Pro
  • Wide Color Enhancer Plus
  • ConnectShare
  • RVU (DirecTV Ready)
  • OSD Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
  • BD Wise Plus
  • Closed Captioning
  • Electronic Program Guide (Channel Guide)
  • V-Chip
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Bluetooth
  • Eco Sensor
  • Easy Pairing
  • TV to Mobile - Mirroring
  • Mobile to TV - Mirroring, DLNA
  • Briefing on TV
  • Inputs & Outputs:
  • HDMI: 4
  • USB: 3
  • Ethernet
  • Component
  • Composite In (AV): 1 (Common Use for Component Y)
  • RF In (Terrestrial/Cable Input)
  • 1/1(Common Use for Terrestrial)
  • Digital Audio Out (Optical)
  • Audio Out (Mini Jack)
  • RS232C
  • ENERGY STAR Certified
  • Power Supply (V): AC110-120V 60Hz
  • Typical Power Consumption: 75W
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 270W
  • Standby Power Consumption: Under 0.4W
  • DTV Tuner: ATSC / Clear QAM
  • Vesa Wall Mount Compatibility: 400x400
  • Dimensions (without stand): 66 x 37.8 x 2.8 in
  • Dimensions (with stand): 66 x 41.2 x 12.5 in
  • Weight (with stand): 70.5 lbs

HW-K470 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer (Optional)

  • Number of Channels: 4.1 Ch
  • Total Power: 460 W
  • Features:
  • Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
  • Samsung Audio Remote App
  • Audio Processing
  • Dolby Digital: Dolby 2Ch
  • DTS: 2Ch
  • Amplifier: Built-in
  • Bluetooth HiFi Codec
  • Number of Sound Modes (DSP): 5 (Music, Movie, Clear Voice, Sports, Night Mode)
  • Video Features
  • 3D Video Pass
  • Audio Return Channel
  • HDMI Input
  • HDMI Out
  • Optical Input
  • USB Connectivity
  • TV SoundConnect
  • Auto Power Link
  • Bluetooth Power On
  • Dimensions: 35.8" x 2.1" x 2.8" (Soundbar only)
  • Weight: 4.4 lbs (Soundbar only)
  • Spk (rear) Net Dimension: 3.0 x 5.0 x 3.0 in
  • Spk (sub woofer) Net Dimension: 7.0 x 14.2 x 11.8 in
  • Spk (sub woofer) Net Weight: 10.1 lbs
  • Spk (rear) Net Weight: 1.1 lbs
  • Wireless Module Net Dimension (W X H X D): 2.0 x 8.0 x 5.2 in
  • Wireless Module Weight: 1.8 lbs
  • ENERGY STAR Certified


Domestic orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is June 19, 2017 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

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Maybe. I know it's a 5-week-old post, but checking my notifications brought me back here. I feel like it's really important to point out two things about the size of a TV: 1. Larger TVs are much larger than smaller TVs. For easy-ness sake, a 32 inch TV of the same resolution is (roughly) physically only 1/4 the total two-dimensional size of a 65 inch TV. The "size" number doubled but the /actual size/ of the unit quadrupled! Math says that a 75 inch TV is about 33% larger than a 65 inch TV. In reverse, a 65 inch TV is only 75% the size of a 75 inch TV. Searching for "tv size compare tool" using Google gives you a great way to see this for yourself (like I did) with pictures (kinda). 2. The manufacturing process for /ALL/ screens is done in large batches, and defects in certain parts of the batch create "wasted/no good" sections. As screens (TVs, PCs, some fancy see-through glass window display thing) become larger and larger, you increase the chances that something will go wrong in at least one spot, essentially ruining the entire thing! This is why cell phones have all of these awesome 1080p, 1440p, and even 4K (2160p) screens in such a small space. The immediate response to seeing these things come out is, "If they can make a full-hd cell phone that's only 5 inches diagonal, why can't they make 80-inch 12K TVs for like $500?" Well, things have gotten so cheap compared to years ago because both the manufacturing process and the batch sizes have gotten better, but there's still a limit. This limit also creates different markets. At $200, almost anyone can get a 32 inch smart TV, but above $2000 the number of actual sales is so tiny in comparison that the price has to make up for not selling as many units. If size and pixels were the only things that mattered, we would all buy the under-$1000 75-inch TVs and never think about it. So these expensive TVs are newly made with the latest picture-quality, power-saving, and sound (if included) technology. Notice how I said "latest" and not "best", and this only applies to the TV in the year that it was made. Even a 2015 TV should be, on average, "better" than a 2014 TV. Yes, "should be" and "on average". Fun, right? Conclusion: Asserting that ANY 65 inch TV is a "better deal" than a 75 inch TV makes a lot of assumptions and likely forgets to include a lot of other likely-important details, including but not limited to warranty period & terms, brightness, wireless connectivity, availability of physical ports, built-in sound system or lack thereof, available software, refresh rate, user interface, level of end-user control over picture color/quality adjustment, future internet-of-things security concerns and updates, or even brand loyalty. If someone needs to connect 4 devices via USB to their TV, the 75 inch with 4 ports might sound good while the 65 inch with 3 ports might not sound so good, but even that statement assumes that the size doesn't matter and that either there's no way to work around the number of USB ports or that the buyer doesn't consider the work-around to be worth the time or effort or maybe even how that might make the finished combo look with an extra cord splitter sticking out. "Compared to this drop, I would rather purchase /this other physically smaller unit of a different model/ for /the price it's being sold for on this other site/." Okay. That doesn't seem to help much, though. So, "maybe". Maybe not.