[Costco] 65" Haier 4K[3,840 x 2,160] LED TV - $749.99 - UHD
Seems like a good deal for a budget 4k television, similar to the 55" that is discussed in another thread.
Online at Costco the price is 829.99. The extra 80 dollars covers the "free" shipping.
Model Number: 65UF2505
TV Type: 4K UHD
Screen Size Class: 65"
Screen Size (Measured Diagonally): 64.5"
Aspect Ratio: 16x9
Vertical Resolution: 2160p
Screen Refresh Rate: 60Hz
Contrast Ratio: 5,000:1 Static
Internet Connectivity: No
PC Inputs: 1
USB Ports: 1
Media Card Slot: No
HDMI/HDCP Inputs: 4
Component Video Inputs: 1
Audio Outputs: 1
Built-In V-Chip: Yes
Sleep Timer: Yes
Simulated Surround: Yes
Ethernet Port: No
iPod Dock: No
Parental Control: Yes
HDTV Tuner: Yes
Digital Tuner: Yes
Analog Tuner: Yes
Language Support: English, French, Spanish
Remote Control: Yes
Includes: TV, Remote, Quick Start Guide
Dimensions TV Only: 2-7/8"D x 57-1/5"W x 25"H (7.3cmx145.3cmx63.5cm)
Dimensions TV With Base: 11-27/64"D x 57-1/5"W x 35-5/64" (29cmx145.3cmx89.1cm)
Weight: 48.4 lb (21.8kg)
This tv does not have HDR, nor does it have any SMART features.
Don't forget the Costco extended warranty for an extra 3 years on top of the standard 2 years. Cost is $59.99 (for a price between $500 and $1000) Check here for more information on the Costco Extended Warranty for tv's.
Do note that Costcos return policy for TV's is limited to 90 days from the day of purchase
TV in action:
Proper viewing distance from tv:
Power plug type answered:coriolis wrote: ↑Aug 31st, 2016 4:10 pmHow do you guys feel about the distance between seating and TVs? I used this but am unsure. http://ca.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-size ... lationship
How to get in the service menu:
Distance between stand legs:Siskel wrote: ↑Sep 2nd, 2016 2:01 amthis panel is definitely a Samsung and almost certainly VA... SPVA in fact. Earlier in the thread an owner found the panel # to be LSC650FN04 in the factory settings.
Can't find exactly that#, but LSC650FN05 is detailed here:
http://www.panelook.com/modelsearch.php ... ssivity=-1
picklefingers wrote: ↑Sep 3rd, 2016 11:27 amI was getting some serious visible horizontal lines at default settings. Went through the calibration setup suggested here (different model of TV, but still Haier and menu options are nearly identical)
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lcd-f ... ation.html
and they went away. Thought it was going to be a dealbreaker. Big difference now actually. I'm using this connected to my living room PC but i haven't had a chance to check the lag some people are reporting.