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 My New TV 
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 My New TV
Just bought a Samsung 60in UN60EH6003. My 55in kept turning off every 5-10 minutes and I can't find the part to fix it. It's an LED and the picture quality is phenomenal, although you have to tweak the settings to get it exactly where you want them. Plus the fact it only has two HDMI ports.


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Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:30 pm
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 Re: My New TV
looks cool

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Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:14 am
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 Re: My New TV
My 12 year old RCA 32-inch CRT TV finally bit the dust a few weeks ago and I replaced it with a 50-inch LED HDTV (yes, I have now joined the rest of you in the 21st century). It's a SCEPTRE--which I keep thinking as SPECTRE--and got it for a good price at Wally World: $349. It's not one of those fancy smart TVs, but I only need a basic TV and I can still hook up my computer to it to watch online sports and movies. I've had a SCEPTRE 24inch LCD monitor for 5 years now and never had any problems so I trust the SCEPTRE name.

Next, I need to get a Blu-ray player and maybe start picking up some of those Godzilla BD you have listed.


Sat Jul 19, 2014 3:20 pm
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 Re: My New TV
welcome aboard beastball!

once you get a blu ray player your eyes will thank you!

the difference on a lot of movies is astounding.

get a good blu ray player with a high up conversion.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014 3:31 pm
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 Re: My New TV
Beastball wrote:
My 12 year old RCA 32-inch CRT TV finally bit the dust a few weeks ago and I replaced it with a 50-inch LED HDTV (yes, I have now joined the rest of you in the 21st century). It's a SCEPTRE--which I keep thinking as SPECTRE--and got it for a good price at Wally World: $349. It's not one of those fancy smart TVs, but I only need a basic TV and I can still hook up my computer to it to watch online sports and movies. I've had a SCEPTRE 24inch LCD monitor for 5 years now and never had any problems so I trust the SCEPTRE name.

Next, I need to get a Blu-ray player and maybe start picking up some of those Godzilla BD you have listed.


You'll definitely enjoy seeing the difference once you get a BD Player

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