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ONN tvs

Hey guys, a few days ago I was at Walmart and I noticed a tv brand named ONN. Has that tv ever been reviewed? It also has 4K.

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Not widely reviewed.
https://www.google.com/search?q="ONN+TV"+reviews finds some prior posts and what few reviews but in short it looks like a rebrand and not competitive as to picture quality to the usual names.

It's about price. Nothing more. Great TV to watch your VHS and DVDs on.
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Thanks

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After reading some chat about ONN

It does look to be their own label so who knows who made them so it's probably as noted where it's done for the price and similar to their prior models labeled "Element."

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So in other words, it's garbage.

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It can be OK for some.

There are folk that watch their VHS and DVDs and need something like this.

Still better than a lot of old NTSC/PAL CRT TVs. Not saying much but for the price you are not overpaying.

Still agree that for those looking for all the good stuff like deep blacks, wide color gamut and such, these are not the droids you are looking for (TVs.)

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LOLOL. Well I had no intentions of getting that tv. Still trying to decide on a few 4K tvs from LG and. Sony.

LG tvs: 43UM7300PUA
UK6090PUA both are 43 inches and under 350 dollars.

Sony tvs: X800G Series LED 4K Ultra HD. This one is over 500 dollars, but less then 600. Who knows, maybe I'll just get a new 1080 from LG and call it a day instead of a 4K.

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The set I watch the most was cheap.

It was that Toshiba Fire TV that came up on Amazon during a sale. I really can't fault it for the price and since all TVs I've heard have awful speakers I paired with with a Toshiba soundbar and woofer set.

Result. Pretty amazing single remote system and for me good enough display. 4K, 50 inches and it works as expected. HDMI ARC is flawless, even by BD player is controlled by the single Fire TV remote.

I didn't spend much and I use this all the time. Wish that they had this in OLED.

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