Looking for good 4k tv

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killer0pro    2

Hello, am looking for a good tv, just to watch movies and nothing else. So i don't wanna pay alot for useless functions that i won't even ever use. Before that i always used my full hd monitor to watch movies, so am not this good tv guy, dont know much about them, as didn't used tv for years, if you could suggest me something good for my need it would be nice.

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Jim K    9,557

Missing information...like what size, budget and location (US, UK, etc)? Most TVs, even the budget ones will come with all the "useless functions."

 

How about the Samsung UN50MU6300?

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killer0pro    2
4 minutes ago, Jim K said:

Missing information...like what size, budget and location (US, UK, etc)? Most TVs, even the budget ones will come with all the "useless functions."

 

How about the Samsung UN50MU6300?

Lithuania, 500€, size 50-55~

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Jim K    9,557

oh ... yea.  I dunno... I'm sure Samsung is sold there ... and it is hard to go wrong with them.  I believe the UE50MU6120 or UN50MU6300 would be within that price range (no idea about Lithuania stock though).

Also Vizio makes some nice "budget" 4K displays (like the 50 and 55inch E-Series)

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killer0pro    2

Here is link for one of the shops here, i filtered out all the stuff eshop

p.s. this shop dont have much discounts but i used it as its most easy to understand, other big shops have up to -40% on some tvs rn.

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PGHammer    351
2 hours ago, Jim K said:

Missing information...like what size, budget and location (US, UK, etc)? Most TVs, even the budget ones will come with all the "useless functions."

 

How about the Samsung UN50MU6300?

Or any of the MU6 series, for that matter?  (The series runs in size from 40" to 65"; the only feature that appears to be missing from the smaller sizes - and by that I mean sub-55" - is HDR Pro.)

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Jim K    9,557

I would probably get the 6192 or 6172 (not sure of the difference between the two models ... maybe the 92 is newer??) .. though they are a tick more than your 500 budget.  Not really sure how good the Hitachi is (for 496).

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+Fahim S.    980

The only brands I would touch that come near your budget are Samsung and Philips

 

So you are effectively left with:

Samsung UE50MU6172UXXH (€536)

Samsung UE50MU6192UXXH (€542)

Philips 50PUS6262 / 12 (€548)

 

 

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killer0pro    2

Thanks for all your feedback, i will continue to look for tvs and wait for good deals, as i will be ready to buy and have prepared spot for it i might ask again with what i found.

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