49" LCD TV - new in box $300

49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby koimaster » March 5th 2019, 10:26am

Just purchased a new OLED TV last evening with an expected delivery date of 3/15. Part of the purchase price was the LCD tv which was included in the price. So, since I only need the 65" to replace my existing 5 year old 65" Sharp Aquos this is for sale at a lower price than what you can buy it for even online.

Since I do not think anyone wants to pay shipping I think someone in the NW might be a better fit for the TV,


LG Electronics 49UK6300PUE 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2018 Model)

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Dimensions (Wx H x D): TV without stand 43.7" x 25.6" x 3.2", TV with stand: 43.7" x 27.8" x 9.3"
• LG UHD TVs with AI (Artificial Intelligence) ThinQ become the hub for your connected smart devices. Beyond apps and entertainment, LG AI TV uses intelligent voice control to create a hub for the smart home and beyond
• The multi-format 4K high dynamic range support includes HDR10 and HLG, both with LG’s advanced tone mapping technology that provides scene-by-scene optimization
• The IPS technology in LG TV uses in-plane switching to deliver rich colors and a strong contrast Ratio that remain Consistent at wide viewing angles
• Inputs: 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 RF, 1 Composite in shared with component, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical and Audio Return Channel Support via HDMI.Bluetooth:4.2


https://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lg ... k6300.html
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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby MAX » March 6th 2019, 5:58am

Nice. My next TV will probably be an LG. Was that the brand of the 65" also?

Yeah, shipping has killed many a deal.
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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby codguy » March 6th 2019, 6:21am

Hey conj, cheap price and you can cart it home from the GTG!

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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby svaglic » March 6th 2019, 6:56am

Would shipping be under a hundred dollars?

I was thinking. How would it go over as a raffle here at $5.00 a chance? If someone were to buy $100.00 worth of tickets and pay $100.00 shipping, that may not be so bad. Once you recovered your three hundred, the rest could go into charity or to the forum for maintenance.
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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby koimaster » March 6th 2019, 11:30am

svaglic wrote:Would shipping be under a hundred dollars?

I was thinking. How would it go over as a raffle here at $5.00 a chance? If someone were to buy $100.00 worth of tickets and pay $100.00 shipping, that may not be so bad. Once you recovered your three hundred, the rest could go into charity or to the forum for maintenance.


UPS ground would be cheapest and less than $100.
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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby BigCheez » March 6th 2019, 11:36am

Koi, you’ll love that OLED. I upgraded from a 4K UHD Samsung, to an LG OLED, and honestly, I think HDR makes a bigger improvement in actual realism than 4K did. Both sets were 65”.
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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby koimaster » March 6th 2019, 11:37am

MAX wrote:Nice. My next TV will probably be an LG. Was that the brand of the 65" also?

Yeah, shipping has killed many a deal.


I purchased a LG OLED tv. They make the displays for the Sony OLED which is 2x as much using the same electronics.

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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby koimaster » March 6th 2019, 11:55am

BigCheez wrote:Koi, you’ll love that OLED. I upgraded from a 4K UHD Samsung, to an LG OLED, and honestly, I think HDR makes a bigger improvement in actual realism than 4K did. Both sets were 65”.


I am looking forward to it. I have been looking at purchasing one for the last year but I spent over $50k remodeling the house so luxuries have been on hold. On the other hand, the new solid wood floors are great to look at, the new roof keeps me dry and the rest of the work done was long overdue. Since Carol passed away I had new windows installed and a few other upgrades but it is a hard thing to do. My kids got me to get off my ass to get it done using the "Mom would want you to" gambit. Works every time it seems.

I just arranged to have Video only come out to do the install after it arrives. I am not going to take down the other 65 inch and then set up everything again. My grandkids and their friends still are awed by the grandpa who has roku, X-box, an i7 computer, blue ray and a Denon receiver and sound system all hooked up to his TV. Luckily they do not go into the office I have at the house where I keep my very old school Sansui 2000A, BSR turntable, Craig 8 track and Akai Reel to Reel. Picked them up overseas many, many years ago. Never have given them up.
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Re: 49" LCD TV - new in box $300

Postby BigCheez » March 6th 2019, 7:24pm

If you have any budget left, a uhd hdr blu ray player will really show off the capabilities of that TV. You truly wouldn’t believe what BBC’s Planet Earth II looks like with that setup. Yes Netflix and even Amazon streams 4K HDR, but trust me, it’s not the same.

Enjoy your new setup!
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