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post #1 of 4 Old 07-23-2014, 06:40 PM - Thread Starter
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UN75H7150 vs. UN75F8000 or splurge to the Ultra 4K UN75HU8550???

Hey Peeps!
Long time lurker and after many years of watching tv prices and dreaming of having my surround sound set up, I think we're finally ready to do it.

At the center is our TV--currently we have a Sony 51" Projection set....oh yeah, I cannot wait!! I've been watching the UN757150 for a while now (7100 before) and while the 8000 was always the dream TV, at Best Buy they are currently only $200 apart in price ($3799 vs $3999)-->3 years no interest financing too!! (going through Magnolia)

Now, we went into the store last week like we do every couple of weeks and really took a look at the Samsung 4K 8550 set. It's quite a bit of a jump up in price, but would it be too soon to jump to this technology or since we're ready to take the plunge and spend the money, is this the option we should really consider?

Right now I'm leaning towards the 8000 set as it has everything I've been researching so long for but I just don't want to be too behind on the new technology since we'll hopefully have this TV for a while considering the investment.

Honest thoughts are welcomed please!!
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I just ordered the Samsung 65" 8550 4k today. I will be getting it in about 3-5 days. I can let you know if you want to wait?
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I am ordering my UHD 4K HU8550 next week and can't wait. I am closing my eyes and hoping it will all work out due to the added cost. In the end you will never really know if the content will be there to support or not.
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To me the f8000 looks great but if you like bright TV's with tons of contrast it looks horrible and there is lots of noise with movies. Otherwise I would do the h7150. I worked in magnolia for the past couple years and I had lots of time comparing the 2 so that's my .02.
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