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[Costco] Samsung 70" UN70KU6290 4K TV. Selling for $2k! ($1000 off) 1 day only sale, Nov 24

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[Costco] Samsung 70" UN70KU6290 4K TV. Selling for $2k! ($1000 off) 1 day only sale, Nov 24

Saw this at my local Costco in Calgary NE.
1 day only
$1000 off this TV

Original price $3k, sale price $2k

Had about 8 or 10 on display in the front
Last edited by bryu81 on Nov 24th, 2016 4:23 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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Is this TV HDR10?
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no, it's a series 6. The only Samsung TVs that support HDR 10 is the 8 and 9 series.
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This TV accepts HDR10. 1989 is a very good price. It's $500 cheaper than BF price
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RFDQ1016 wrote:
Nov 24th, 2016 4:46 pm
This TV accepts HDR10. 1989 is a very good price. It's $500 cheaper than BF price
Accepting it doesn't really mean much though, if you're into HDR you want a TV that is capable of displaying HDR properly (ie. HDR10 or Dobly Vision). It's like having a 1080p TV that can accept a 4k input, it will still display it at 1080p.
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Killer deal or better potential out there?
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Good TV, I bought their 65" and returned it. Colors are good but if you look closely, there are color banding being an 8bit panel. I got the KS8000 instead because the quality difference was worth it and also I got a sweet deal from the US.
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Not available at Bridge (Montreal), just called.
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Terrebonne had about 10 in stock at 4pm
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I'd be weary of getting this tv... its not true HDR ... if you are going to buy this big of a tv you might as well get HDR and future proof
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Apart from being sold out, what is the better option?

BTW on the Costco site, it says Premium HDR. Play on words?
The Master wrote:
Nov 24th, 2016 8:16 pm
I'd be weary of getting this tv... its not true HDR ... if you are going to buy this big of a tv you might as well get HDR and future proof
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rightthing wrote:
Nov 24th, 2016 5:13 pm
Good TV, I bought their 65" and returned it. Colors are good but if you look closely, there are color banding being an 8bit panel. I got the KS8000 instead because the quality difference was worth it and also I got a sweet deal from the US.
6290 has a 10 bit panel
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