To purchase a 65” HDR set with this caliber, is simply jaw dropping.
Just think, when I bought my first rear projection state of the art, 65 Hitachi TV from a Video Only in San Mateo CA, that was the best you could buy in those days, for a meer $ 3600.00 dollars out the door.
I have to say, once I learned how to calibrate my Hitachi, using the convergence template overlay and adjusting the color temperature parameters, the picture quality was stunning.
To this day, I still miss my 238 pound Hitachi rear projection TV.
The only reason I did not keep my Hitachi, the home that my wife inherited from her parents after the both died, we moved into the home and the way the front room was laid out, this big boxy TV would not fit in properly for my then current 7.1.0 sound system.
To move this story along, I purchased my Anthem MRX 1120 AVR receiver over two years ago and upgraded my all my speakers to the KEF Q series, except for my upfiring speakers, which are the KEF R50 Atmos speakers. I also purchased the JL Audio E-110 subwoofer along with the Samsung 55” 8500 Series TV, which the picture quality is stunning.
All in all, I spent a chunk of money on my new 7.1.4 Atmos system, which the sound is unreal and picture quality is stunning.
I don’t have to go to the movie theaters ever again, unless my wife and I want to relive the cinematic movie experience.
I know I’m running way off track, but the new TLC series of HDR televisions is a real bargain, but with quality at the same.