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[Dell] LG 43UJ6200 43” 4K HDR TV at Dell $494.69 all in

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Sep 3, 2014
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Maple Ridge, BC

[Dell] LG 43UJ6200 43” 4K HDR TV at Dell $494.69 all in

Back in stock.

$494.69 delivered inc taxes after 10% Ebates.

Also $14 Dell discount card.
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Member
Sep 3, 2006
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Montreal
Looks like a nice deal. But I hate it when companies want to make you believe this TV goes for 900$. The price is 499$ everywhere!! Still a deal with the ebates :)
[OP]
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Sep 3, 2014
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Maple Ridge, BC
Yes, It is $499 + tax and EHF everywhere until end of month, then it MAY go back to the $599-$699 range.

This is the best price and it is probably the best low-price 4K HDR 43” size tv available.

This makes it about $80-$100 less than anywhere else. Walmart would be $597.
Member
Nov 23, 2013
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Toronto
Is this better than the 43” 4K sharp tv at bedtbuy vip sale?
[OP]
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Sep 3, 2014
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Maple Ridge, BC
You mean the Sharp-labelled Compal TV? How much was it and it is HDR?

Those are soooo good that Foxconn are sueing Compal in the USA to get the brand name back!
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Apr 9, 2015
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Vancouver, BC
how do i apply for the 14$ card?
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Dec 21, 2005
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I bought this at RCSS during their black friday no tax event, still a decent price. Loving the webOS, great with netflix 4k content
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Sep 3, 2014
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Maple Ridge, BC
angeloxnet wrote:
Nov 29th, 2017 11:21 am
I bought this at RCSS during their black friday no tax event, still a decent price. Loving the webOS, great with netflix 4k content
How much was it with Taxes and Enviro tax?
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Jan 19, 2017
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Viper98 wrote:
Nov 29th, 2017 11:46 am
no
Website "Active HDR"

Users on RFD "Its not HDR"

Me: "This is so **** confusing"

RFD: "NO ITS NOT!"

Think ill just hold off on a TV purchase.....
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Dec 11, 2010
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Toronto
RedSwagDeals wrote:
Nov 29th, 2017 12:03 pm
Website "Active HDR"

Users on RFD "Its not HDR"

Me: "This is so **** confusing"

RFD: "NO ITS NOT!"

Think ill just hold off on a TV purchase.....
yes best to hold off until HDR becomes mainstream
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Feb 19, 2008
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London
RedSwagDeals wrote:
Nov 29th, 2017 12:03 pm
Website "Active HDR"

Users on RFD "Its not HDR"

Me: "This is so **** confusing"


RFD: "NO ITS NOT!"

Think ill just hold off on a TV purchase.....
I agree

HDR on tvs is a total shit show right now.

Basically there are 3 criteria to look at

A) Does the TV accept an HDR signal
B) Does the TV have a 10bit panel to display wide colour gamut
C) Does the TV get around 1000nits peak brightness(540 for oled)

So long as a TV does A it can be classified as an HDR tv. Most entry level tvs that say they do HDR will only support A. Mid range HDR tvs typically will do A and B. For a TV to actually be UHDA certified as HDR, it needs to have all 3 criteria met.
[OP]
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Sep 3, 2014
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Maple Ridge, BC
RedSwagDeals wrote:
Nov 29th, 2017 12:03 pm
Website "Active HDR"

Users on RFD "Its not HDR"

Me: "This is so **** confusing"

RFD: "NO ITS NOT!"

Think ill just hold off on a TV purchase.....
Check out a few YouTube reviews. There’s one last week as a monitor that says it is the best at this price level and watch out for the reviews that compare these to TVs that cost twice as much...

Filter out the reviews that compare them to an OLED and this seems to be the best bang for the buck.

This RGBW screen made by LG is used in many competing TVs, including those made by Samsung!

The 6200 and 6300 are the same tv performance-wise. They are different model numbers to avoid pricematching in USA, where it’s model is BestBuy exclusive and the 6300 is general market.
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