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Best 65 Inch TV

Hi, I am in the market for a 65 inch TV. Which one has the best picture quality for under $4k? Thanks.
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Just went through the same thing. My JS9000 is coming Saturday.
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Just went through the same thing. My JS9000 is coming Saturday.
You can almost get a JS9500 for that.
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My options were the Samsung JS8500 (cant do curved since it gives my gf a headache), Panasonic CX850 and Sony's X930C (or X900C once it releases)

I went with the JS8500 but im still considering returning it and trying one of the other two.
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Sony XBR-65X930C will meet your needs and have great sound.

And no 4K TV – not even a curved one – has delivered a sense of UHD image depth as successfully and engagingly as the SONY 75X940C:
Sony XBR65X900B LG 55EC9300
PN64F8500 Plasma SOLD - Samsung UN65JS9000 SOLD ;)
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Just went through the same thing. My JS9000 is coming Saturday.
You can almost get a JS9500 for that.
JS9500 ($5000) costs $1500 more than the JS9000 ($3500). Over the $4k budget of the OP and the 30% premium not worth it since I'd only benefit from full array maybe 1 or 2% of my viewing time. I have a full array and edge lit now now, nice but small difference most of the time for what I watch.

I'd pay $5k for a 65" OLED though! ;-)
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With a 4k budget, I'd go with a Sony X930C hands-down.
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does oled have a 1080p oled for under that budget? I saw a 55 lg oled for 2k at bb

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I'd say that the best bang for your buck is the Samsung JS8500.
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HDR is like next year. This TV is going to be a bedroom tv soon.
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JS9500 ($5000) costs $1500 more than the JS9000 ($3500). Over the $4k budget of the OP and the 30% premium not worth it since I'd only benefit from full array maybe 1 or 2% of my viewing time. I have a full array and edge lit now now, nice but small difference most of the time for what I watch.

I'd pay $5k for a 65" OLED though! ;-)

If you are paying anywhere near $5K for a 65JS9500 you are getting ripped off. Semi-reputable places like Appliance Connection have it for around $3800.
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If you are paying anywhere near $5K for a 65JS9500 you are getting ripped off. Semi-reputable places like Appliance Connection have it for around $3800.
Link? Delivery wait time? Does Amazon or BB price match?
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Link? Delivery wait time? Does Amazon or BB price match?
check the deals section. you have to log in to see the sale price
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