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[Costco] [Costco] Haier 49" 4K TV $349.99 (reg $399.99)

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spotts01 wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:14 pm
I've seen it listed as a separate product. Not sure how you apply this product to a specific TV - must be part of the registration
https://www.costco.ca/Excellence-Plus%2 ... 70662.html
Just add the appropriate one and checkout, when activating the warranty you will add the actual TV info.
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ssiu wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:11 pm
A bit OT -- I've seen these cheap 4K TV threads semi-regularly, but are there similar deals for 4K HDR TVs? (e.g. if 49" non-HDR 4K is $350, are there 49" HDR 4K for ~$550 that are good bang-for-the-buck deals?) Connecting to a PS4 Pro. Thanks.
If you get an hdr tv than get a good one, no point in spending extra for a tv that simply supports hdr without doing much with it. I think only higher end name brand hdr tv's are worth it, and they aren't cheap.
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ssiu wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:11 pm
A bit OT -- I've seen these cheap 4K TV threads semi-regularly, but are there similar deals for 4K HDR TVs? (e.g. if 49" non-HDR 4K is $350, are there 49" HDR 4K for ~$550 that are good bang-for-the-buck deals?) Connecting to a PS4 Pro. Thanks.
All cheapo HDRs are not real HDR, being able to accept HDR is one thing and having a panel that is able to "properly" display HDR signal is another.
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aasoror wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:21 pm
All cheapo HDRs are not real HDR, being able to accept HDR is one thing and having a panel that is able to "properly" display HDR signal is another.
Pretty much my thoughts, journalists that praise hdr are using sets that are 2 grand +
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spotts01 wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:14 pm
I've seen it listed as a separate product. Not sure how you apply this product to a specific TV - must be part of the registration
https://www.costco.ca/Excellence-Plus%2 ... 70662.html
aasoror wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:19 pm
Just add the appropriate one and checkout, when activating the warranty you will add the actual TV info.
Thanks. I've never seen warranty listed as an actual separate item before... Usually just click add warranty on the product's page itself.
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How would this TV do as an upgrade for a ps4gaming tv? Currently running a 7 year old 1080p lcd Samsung.
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capthetopi1 wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:03 pm
Whats the difference - except for the various ports that can be used with the premier+? Do both versions allow you to control the streaming via cell phone app?
https://image.roku.com/ww/docs/compare- ... -en-ca.pdf

You get HDR (wont make a difference on the Hair), Ethernet (might make a difference for 4K streaming if you don't have strong enough wifi) and mSD slot (allows for local playback). The soft remote is supported on all versions of the Roku.
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JuniorMint wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 2:25 pm
Thanks. I've never seen warranty listed as an actual separate item before... Usually just click add warranty on the product's page itself.
Doing it this way allows them to de-couple purchasing the TV from purchasing the warranty, you can even buy the TV at store and buy the warranty later on online.
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No display port? Thought require display port to do 4k at 60Hz? Or does the hdmi do the job?

I am thinking of hooking this up to a tv
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All 4K TV uses HDMI. Display Port are for monitor. Maybe some really high end 4k TV will have display port, but this is not one of those.
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