proscan used to make a great product when it was part of RCA. Now their products are less than Vizio and their customer service is seriously lacking. I bought a tv from them once and the stand was broken. They said they were going to send me another one and never did and never returned any of my communication.
iamthejosh said: proscan used to make a great product when it was part of RCA. Now their products are less than Vizio and their customer service is seriously lacking. I bought a tv from them once and the stand was broken. They said they were going to send me another one and never did and never returned any of my communication. You get what you pay for. If you buy a 65" 4K TV for $600, you will get a TV worth $600 and an equivalent level of post sales service. Caveat emptor!
annaconda said: Specs are listed on the website. It has;
4 HDMIs 60 Hz Refresh Rate USB Playback (Pictures / Videos) 8m Response time
No Wireless, and I don;t think any Smart Functionality. But for the price and screen size for 4k tv. It is HOT! No apps means an extra $100 or more for a Roku or Fire TV. Also, $85 shipping. When you factor those in, it's a decent price for the size but not so hot a deal.
For example, Vizio TV's take thumbnail snapshots of everything you watch (including DVDs, video games, youtube videos, etc) and stream them back to vizio so they can profile you and sell a list of everything you watch (and when you watched it and how long you watched it, etc).
$549 at Fry's 9/21-9/22 with promo code... and if done right, there is NOTHING wrong with 60Hz, it's ALL about if 24p content is displayed right or not... 120HZ ONLY adds option for crappy Soap Opera Effect to smooth out TV's who don't handle 24p right and make it look bad... This seems like almost identical, slightly updated version of the cheap RCA that was going around last year. That one supposedly is 120Hz but I hate SOE anyway so don't care.
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