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Help picking TV with my budget

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To start, I am absolutely dead-set on Samsung. Have had there TVs for years and never had any issues with any of them.

Viewing distance is ~9 feet in a walkout basement with can ceiling lighting and minimal exterior light. Mainly going to be used as Gaming/PC monitor/Movies; Have no real interest in 3D.

My budget is MAX $3,000. Here is what I am narrowed down to.

1080p TV's

UN75H5360 (simple TV, big, everything I need, big con: no dimming)

UN65F8000 (giving up 10" of TV here, but the reviews for this with the micro dimming seem like its worth it?)

4k TV's (My big concern here was everyone making mention of if these will be compatible with HDMI 2.0, no point buying more expensive if it falls short?) I'm assuming the "One Connect Evolution" is suppose to keep us in-line with updates to the tech? I'm sort of ignorant here.

UN65HU8550

UN65F9000

I would greatly appreciate some guidance and correction if I am off the mark on the 4K TV's.
Date: Aug 12, 2014   


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