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  1. For those whom are not so concern on what kind of fine tune features on Color/Brightness/Contrast/Sharpness qualities on neutral displays, yet packed with TV tuner and very high performance panel that "guarantees" to be of 16hr/7days workhorse grade... To my surprise, commercial displays are NOW available for public acquisition? So far found 2 sellers selling this Sammy at a "attractive" price, https://lioncityco.com/collections/hotel-commercial-business-tvs/products/samsung-lh65bethlgkxxs-65-samsung-biz-tv-be65t-h-4-ticks https://singaporeprojector.com/ph
  2. Many factors have effects on TV prices. The most common one i encounter when making queries points to the cost of labor and delivery. Sellers would say that "Okay, i can make arrangement to cut $50/$100 off from what we agree on, but, on condition that you have to collect and pick up yourself. Should there be any light damages such as dents or cracks, even hairline ones, you can't claim on warranty." The next common one will be on Warranty package aka Product Insurance, which i always emphasize on. Product specs can be 90% identical, hence the costs to the se
  3. After Toasty, PRISM+ and the last K5, there's a new SG KID in town! "Aura Q" https://auraq.sg/ And they come with a BANG! (try adding in a AIR MOUSE remote control to other brands in the market...i wonder how will they be priced) In terms of specs and price, you can compare their products to China marques like TCL, HiSense and Skyworth. Though the last 2 are in their last life line of being wiped out by TCL, and it's sub-brand iFFALCON that comes with better warranty package, and facing dangerous challenge from ChangHong, thru their "International Brand" CHiQ
  4. Ehh... 鴨肉? I believe even the original ABBA... ...will give their nods!
  5. After iFFALCON, one another Australian Market Marque coming soon. This time round, it's build by China's ChangHong! https://rumah.com.au/chiq-tv-review/ Spotted the brand listing in NEA's Power Rating Ticks database... https://e-services.nea.gov.sg/els/Pages/Search/PublicSearchProduct.aspx?param=goods&type=p ...just that the models are not listed yet. Probably still in evaluation?
  6. Kakak supports local, TOAST! SHARP's 7 Shield, assures your investment... ... ...! 😁
  7. 2 place where you can experience the visual quality of the K5 TV other than their office showroom in ulu area. JCube and AMKHub https://k5.com.sg/find-us/
  8. As previously mentioned... PohKim is selling these players in small quantities and shipments, as they do not have a technical team to do repairs on any faulty sets if encountered by any buyers. Faulty units will need to be sent back to China for repairs or absorbed by PK for 1-1 exchange... which is very rare case. Anyway, @$159, it seems expensive for China made device, but consider that it comes with 1yr "warranty", the multi-code value beats any other makes in the market that comes with just DVDPlay multi-code. Now... it's only down to which UHD-BDPlayer they may con
  9. It's about that period of the year to clear stocks for the next wave of TV liaoz... The. J-wave that is from Panasonic.
  10. Looks machiam like GIEC makes... Busy innards, but Better impression.
  11. Ohhh... So pricing is dependent on package one!!! Basic configuration is roughly abt $800, goes high according to HDD package we choose. Just wondering, will the HDD be installed internally like GIEC BDP5800 or just external connecting HDD?
  12. Ehhh... no idea. I just come across the clip last nite when i was watching youtube on TV. Probably have to go to TaoBao or other China platforms to search for this specific model. I don't think so... as i mentioned, "internally soulless". When you look at the uncased internal, the layout is as "economical" as other typical BluRay player you may come across in the market. Panasonic's UB820/9000 looks much more better in ingredients than this "Ghost".
  13. After the UBP203 "demise" heat cooled and dust settled... ...the "Ghost" of UBP203 appears with another name and look...internally "soulless".
  14. To connect to your speakers lah~~~ After you've connected the amplified sound output from your amp to the sub, your amp have no more ports for your speakers right? So... how do you get stereo sound from your speakers? From the sub lo... This connection makes your sub theoretically like a "filter" to "draw" the low frequencies for sub output, while letting the rest of highs and mids to the dedicated speakers.
  15. 75“ Sammy UN8100 with further discounts goes under $2K! however, no mention of whether delivery will included or not... Check it out @ HarveyNorman ParkWay.
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