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With 4K TVs, great picture quality is still gonna cost ya. Samsung's HU8550 is less than the very highest-end 4K sets this year, but it's still expensive. On the other hand it's among the best-performing 4K sets of the year, so it's worth the money if 4K is a must-have for you.