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|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by henrixx(m): 6:52pm On Jun 12|
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Cassie74: 7:06pm On Jun 12|
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|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Cassie74: 7:09pm On Jun 12|
This is where I saw the LCD or am I missing something here
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Sellfish(m): 7:23pm On Jun 12|
Manufacturers describe their TVs as they wish Sir
LCD....LED....Same stuff with different names....I once read online that it's just the backlight arrangement that differentiates the two and sometimes manufacturers use them interchangeably
As long as the TV is smart, slim, has a great picture quality, has great power saving capacity, and serves me well, I dont care if what is written on its back is LED, LCD, Plasma, UHD, 4k, SMG, RIP, GCFR or whatever
The Panasonic is a modern TV by all standards...So nomenclature doesn't bother me
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by biosilicon: 7:49pm On Jun 12|
Wrong!! you obviously have not experienced 4k content on a big 4k display.
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Sellfish(m): 8:08pm On Jun 12|
I have Sir....at least i did when I visited Fouani showroom
Get a good 1080p TV with good refresh rates and color balance and a 4k TV...play the same 1080p video on both and tell me the difference
I don't know about you...but in my area, 4k content is not yet common or mainstream ...I cant go to fzmovies.net to download new movies and find an option to download them in 4k...that's pretty much the situation in other video download sites
Besides you need to be really close to a 4k TV to appreciate its 4k video visuals...much much closer than normal peeps sit from their TVs ....sit much farther from the TV and you will be hard pressed to tell the difference from 1080p video
Aside a ps4 pro, and for those who have data to do 4k Netflix where there is the highest concentration of 4k videos online, I do not think there is really any need for an average resident of Nigeria to buy a 4k TV
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by princemillla(m): 8:46pm On Jun 12|
That's sweet of u
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by AndroBlaze: 11:49pm On Jun 12|
You were not buying a brand new tv, you were buying USED TOKUNBO tv.
Its like buying a Tokunbo car and saying you are not willing to change the breakpads, oil or tyres because you bought it and expect everything to work.
Why I keep repeating this is that most of people on that link said their Samsung TVs "stopped" connecting not that it "never" connected. And simple factory resets did not solve their problems.
I hope you will not abandon this your new tv if you have any small hiccups as you seem capable of more if you put your mind to it.
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by AndroBlaze: 12:02am On Jun 13|
LED tvs is a subset of LCD tvs, meaning all LEDs are LCDs. So the fact that the badge has LCD does not mean its not LED. I think It is LED anyway because of the low power the OP describes that it uses.
Also a link from Panasonic support describing the panel as IPS LED.
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Failtech: 8:45am On Jun 13|
Sellfish:Sir Sellfish of the Blackwater, your Watch has Begun
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by tetralogyfallot(m): 11:10am On Jun 13|
Sellfish:okada man abeg stop here. This is the bus stop am dropping make I hear some sweet gist
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by damola1: 12:31pm On Jun 13|
I use a panasonic tv set. 40inches. was rated the best in 2017. it's great!
But I appreciate your writing skills... can't believe I came back to read how to buy tv. Tokunbo for that matter...
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by MrBONE2(m): 12:37pm On Jun 13|
Please can help me with name and picture of "watts meter" you used in measuring the power consumption
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by kwakwakwa(m): 2:44pm On Jun 13|
I have bookmarked the thread for future use.
please do up load the pictures of ur T V
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Youngsage: 3:04pm On Jun 13|
Sellfish:Very true... Nice thread I must say.
I recently got a TV here on Nairaland, and looked back now I should have entered a shop myself like you did, instead of relying on sellers word, pictures and delivery.
My TV is far from what I expected. Sound, color quality below par, audio jack is missing etc....
Seems I have to accept my fate cos I don't think I have that time/energy to pursue this.
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by ismail00(m): 6:25pm On Jun 13|
HI SELLFISH, I AM SAVING UP MONEY TO BUY A **USED** GAMMING LAPTOP WHICH MUST HAVE 4 OR 6GB VRAM. PREFERABLY ASUS ROG, DELL'S ALIENWARE OR MSI . MY QUESTION HERE IS,HOW MUCH SHOULD BE MY BUDGET?
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Mrluv(m): 6:51pm On Jun 13|
If you want to buy used tv this thread is for you!
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by wolero7(m): 8:37pm On Jun 13|
@Sellfish Can you tell us which used TV market you visited. It will be helpful on this thread.
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by tetralogyfallot(m): 8:49pm On Jun 13|
Wow! This is such an interesting expository. I also remembered when I was yearning to change my 150watts led TV to an energy saver one. But thank God at last I got the best TV when it comes to low power consumption, good picture quality, screen mirror, smartness, play every movie format including SRT subtitles, very good sound quality, inbuilt satellite receiver for free to air which am watching as am typing this piece, it also has a playback when your hard drive is connected to it this feature makes me to pause live programs and even rewind them and can even save them if I like. The power consumption is just 34watts which is the least I've ever seen on a 43 inch t.v, the model is LG 43LH604v. U can never go wrong by choosing this t.v.
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Fm007: 9:59pm On Jun 13|
Am actually looking forward to purchase samsung ju6800. Need advice on samsung use tv and wat I should look out for wen testing d tv
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Sellfish(m): 7:10am On Jun 14|
Please I am sorry for not replying mentions on this thread
I did so thrice and got banned by the spam bot each time
I have mailed the mods tho and I expect they will sort out the problem
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Sellfish(m): 7:39am On Jun 14|
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by MeshachMARTINS(m): 10:29am On Jun 17|
Wow...this your article deserves award..thanks for this
And btw,what's your take on hisense 65a6100uw/65a6500uw ? It's a 4k HDR 65inch TV which cost from 230-270k on jumia..it has good rating on jumia(4-4.3) by 11people
Power consumption is 180watt(on paper)
Consumer/buyers Reviews on youtube says its good for a $500 tv
It claims to have 120hz refresh rate on paper but its actually 60hz but they said its very good and OK for gaming
I also think it can connect to the internet and also do screenmirror..
Is it advisable to go for it?
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by kingofthemall: 7:36pm On Jun 17|
Wow!!! How much
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by Sellfish(m): 8:07pm On Jun 17|
I can't have any opinion since I have not seen the TV Sir
I suppose you may want to go to a shop and test whatever TV you want to buy....just know what you want and shine your eyes
|Re: My Experience Buying A Used TV by MeshachMARTINS(m): 8:12pm On Jun 17|
Sellfish:ok sir....thank you very much
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