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[The Source] Fluid 65” UHD LED TV 999.99$ HOT!

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Sep 4, 2014
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[The Source] Fluid 65” UHD LED TV 999.99$ HOT!

Pretty good deal on a 65" 4k hopefully it is not junk.
Would probably go for the 3yr warranty for 160$ since the tv is so cheap.
Return to the store for full refund if you dont like it.
If you need a tv right now it's a pretty price.
I would get one but can't justify replacing my 50" just yet.

Cheers!
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Oct 25, 2015
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Dartmouth
i bought a fluid tv once,

i returned it the same day. few years ago mind you. i bought it for a basic gaming monitor. there was a horrible lag to it and the screen looked like crap up close.

i also bought a target brand 66 inch 4k or whatever it was, and i returned that the same day too. 4k is nice, but not if its cheep in my mind. the chips inside that upscale your 1080 dont do a great job on these.
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Jan 2, 2014
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I have a buddy that works at the Source. He says to avoid that brand like the plague. All imaginable problems are common occurrence with them. Also said he saw various glitches he had never seen on other sets over his 12 years at the company.
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Sep 4, 2014
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Toronto, ON
I am not sure I think you cant really comment on the quality until you have seen the tv for yourself before. I have not seen it yet so I cant comment.

edit: but I do understand some brands are worst then others and this might be the case :)
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Feb 26, 2006
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any reviews on it?
Deal Fanatic
Jan 18, 2010
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Doesn't seem like a good deal, Vizio M 65" with FALD was 1419 on amazon today
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AWESOMEPANTS wrote:
Jul 12th, 2016 11:19 am
I have a buddy that works at the Source. He says to avoid that brand like the plague. All imaginable problems are common occurrence with them. Also said he saw various glitches he had never seen on other sets over his 12 years at the company.
I took a chance with a Fluid 42" 720p plasma display years ago, when it was clearing out. I didn't expect much, and have actually been pretty impressed. It's been our main TV since we got it, and no complaints to speak of.

That being said, I'm a sample size of one and I could have just gotten really lucky with the unit.
Rock it.
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Aug 21, 2007
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Resolution: UHD (3840 x 3160)
Wow this thing actually has higher resolution than 4k! hot deal buy buy buy
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Aug 3, 2005
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The vizio M65 was on sale on amazon today, probably still is. That deal blows this out of the water.

I would not spend $600 on a fluid...

And really..they could not come up with a better name lol
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Mar 21, 2012
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Edmonton
is this still available? does it show up as $1399 now?
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Feb 10, 2008
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AndyTrew95 wrote:
Jul 12th, 2016 11:00 am
i bought a fluid tv once,

i returned it the same day. few years ago mind you. i bought it for a basic gaming monitor. there was a horrible lag to it and the screen looked like crap up close.

i also bought a target brand 66 inch 4k or whatever it was, and i returned that the same day too. 4k is nice, but not if its cheep in my mind. the chips inside that upscale your 1080 dont do a great job on these.
You were buying an off brand TV for a "gaming monitor" and expecting decent results?
Newbie
Dec 4, 2009
1 posts
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Vancouver, BC
Sony 65xbr850d for 1360 way better deal
Newbie
Jan 7, 2018
1 posts
I actually bought this tv for $600 instead of $1400 at the source over the holidays. Wow it took a few days for my eyes to adjust to the quality. I was not use to seeing everything as clear and wonderful as in 4k. Even watching stuff in 1080 is amazing. A definite upgrade from the LG 50 inch HD TV I had which I easily sold for $250 :) You can actually see every little hair on a guys face or every blade of grass in detail. Added an Amazon Fire stick and voila a Smart TV with everything you need :))) where is the Popcorn?
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Jan 7, 2018
1 posts
User466150 wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 1:52 pm
I actually bought this tv for $600 instead of $1400 at the source over the holidays. Wow it took a few days for my eyes to adjust to the quality. I was not use to seeing everything as clear and wonderful as in 4k. Even watching stuff in 1080 is amazing. A definite upgrade from the LG 50 inch HD TV I had which I easily sold for $250 :) You can actually see every little hair on a guys face or every blade of grass in detail. Added an Amazon Fire stick and voila a Smart TV with everything you need :))) where is the Popcorn?
Bought a Fluid LE-65GW280-A5 from the Holidays special....anyone experiencing sync sound issues ???

Using Videotron 4k terminal using 4k HDMI to the TV and optical to the sound bar.... even sound from tv is not sync

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