expired Samsung 55" Series 7 Q75R QLED 4K TV $1596 + Delivery @ Appliance Central eBay

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This seems a good deal for a proper full array backlight QLED TV (Q60R doesn't have this). Almost as good as OLED in terms of picture quality, but suites my gaming needs more due to Freesync/VRR, high refresh rate, and no risk of burn in (will be hooking up a PC to this as well).

Hope it helps!

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    Would love to know the optimal tv at 65" for a none gamer (around $2500)

    But this seems like a good deal for a non OLED

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      If you're a non gamer, you could look at any OLED at that price range. With a 20% sale, you could get it to the 2500 mark for sure

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    I love how the code is PUFFIN when the image on that TV is of Gasadular Waterfall in Faroe Islands. That country is known for their large breeds of Puffins :) Unrelated to the deal really, but incredible place to visit!

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    Go to give to Appliance Central, they're killing it. Shame JB et al still only interested in fleecing their customers.

    @Appliance Central you need to open more warehouses, like in Perth plenty of space there.

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    This or the the Sony X95G?

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      I'm wondering the same thing. Currently the cheapest I can find the X95G is about $2100, so for $500 less I'd probably go for the Samsung. But I'm in no hurry so I might wait for better deals on the sony later in the year.

      Curious to know what others have to say about the difference between the two.

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      Could look at this RTINGS says they are roughly on par, just depends on your primary viewing environment and what features you value most (like Freesync). Personally, if they are that close, I wouldn't think $500 extra is worth it.

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      Purely for tv and movies I'd say Sony, for gaming I'd say Samsung, based on my experience with Samsung's judder on 24p sources, and ability to do 120hz 1440p.

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    Anyone else having trouble applying this code?

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