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I am looking to buy a new TV real soon. The requirments are smart TV with wifi (browser would be nice) and at least 120hz. I would also like my computer to be able to hook up to it easly. I need to keep it under 1400-1500 before tax. It seems that a full array LED with diming is out of the question for my price range. I would prefer 51-55 inch but would go with 46ish if i have to. I am open to any suggestions.
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I would recommend going to a BM store and view the actually TVs. You have a decent budget and will find a nice TV you will like. You can get 55" and 60" smart LED TVs in that budget range. I got my 46" Samsung LED TVs with free Blu-ray players for $1199 each on-sale. Had to exchange one do to screen defect.

Buying big TVs online is scary, because of the return shipping cost. I would only buy online if it came with free return shipping.
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I would recommend going to a BM store and view the actually TVs.

so heavily flawed doing this considering most likely none of the TVs are calibrated.
the 'hz' in TVs is really a gimmick and is only useful in fast motion TV such as motor racing.

Anyway, depends on viewing environment so what is it....
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