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Really struggling to find a 65" now it's keep me up at night

I've been to video only, best buy and costco and I've look up everything that's between $1000-1600 and every review I find is always saying something negative about the quality of the picture and now I'm stressing out. Found a Samsung $1600 mu8000 that looked good in store but reviews online say don't pay more than 1200 and it doesnt have thay great of color etc etc.

I want a Samsung but at this point there is no consensus on a tv that a lot of people like and think have a great picture

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Find a brick-and-mortar shop and view the screens yourself. Then buy the best you can find, after rereading the reviews of the top-3 you selected.

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Here's a thing.

Reviewers get to see even better TVs so they don't get to tell you that it's really OK for that price TV to be not as great as the many thousand dollar more sets.

If you found the mu8000 and it met your viewing test now you are shopping for price.

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Electronics-UN65MU8000-65-Inch-Ultra/dp/B06X9VSZYM shows the same 1600 dollar price so if you have a review that tells you it can be had for 1200, those review must tell where.

https://www.cnet.com/topics/tvs/best-tvs/64-inches-and-above/ has some other 65 inch models but the prices there are a little off as the price in the banner might be for a smaller version that 65 inch.

In the end you have your budget and may have to settle for budget versus the best reviewed set.

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