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Toshiba 55" 4K UHD HDR LED Chromecast Built-in Smart TV (55L711U18) - $549.99

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Dec 25, 2007
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[Best Buy] Toshiba 55" 4K UHD HDR LED Chromecast Built-in Smart TV (55L711U18) - $549.99

Flash sale - today only. Not sure how this compares to the 55" Hisense for $499 @ Costco, but this seems like a good deal also. Comes with bonus offers:

Save $100 when you add the ​Toshiba TY-WSB600 60-Watt 2.1 Channel Sound Bar with select Toshiba TVs
SAVE $80 when you purchase the Polk Signa S1 2.1 Channel Universal TV Sound Bar with any TV
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Sep 22, 2011
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it's not a Smart TV, it has only built in Chromecast and mostly it's not working. I bought a 65" last year from Best Buy it's the worse things you can buy, connecting TV to external Audio is pain in the neck, I tried 3 different brands , TV turns off itself, sometimes to turn it off we need to unplug it, connecting it to wifi is another nightmare.
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Sep 2, 2015
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This is bestbuy's exclusive. The warranty is covered by best buy. The geek squad will ever ask if you have an expanded warranty, if not they ask you to talk to Toshiba (???)

I spent +2 hours being transferred between Toshiba us and best buy geek squad. Tried supervisors without luck. No email response ever.

* It's written in the receipt that the warranty is covered by bestbuy.

After some days my defective tv was back to normal so I didn't finish that story.
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Sep 11, 2017
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dvdvideo wrote: Are we throwing around the term HDR on anther TV here that is incapable of properly displaying it?
How do you know it doesn't support HDR? Please elaborate.
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I click on OP link and it's

$945.99
$899.99 + $46.00 EHF
. . . .
Be Nice...
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Most lower end TV's will accept an hdr signal but are not nearly bright enough to show the increased brightness the provider has intended. For example, 300 nits peak brightness when you want closer to 1000 nits to display hdr. Check out rtings.com for lots more info and accurate reviews of more common models

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