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Seiki SE65UY04 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV (Discontinued)

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  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native), 30Hz (4K)
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: No
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 58.84'' x 34.84" x 3.93'', TV with stand: 58.85'' x 37.05'' x 14.88''
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, 1 USB, 1 VGA
  • Accessories Included: Remote w/ batteries
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Technical Details

Size: 65-Inch
  • Brand Name: Seiki
  • Model Number: SE65UY04
  • Display Technology: LED
  • Display Size: 65 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Description

Size: 65-Inch

The Seiki SE65UY04 65 In. 1080p LED Ultra HDTV delivers an outstanding, ultra-high definition picture for your favorite movies, games, and media delivering greater image quality and vibrant details in 3840 x 2160 resolution. When attached to a computer every detail is captured with greater clarity, all text is shown clearly with minimal pixilation and the color palate representation is accurate. Thanks to its 2160p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate 5.5ms response time the movie watching experience is taken to a higher sense of reality. Bright whites and deep blacks are brought out with a 3200~4000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. HDMI and VGA inputs allow connection to all your high resolution and HDTV sources regardless of device. With the Seiki 65 in. 4K 2160p 120Hz LED ULTRA HDTV you get the maximum HD experience. Package Content: 65-in. ultra hdtvremote controlbatterymanualwarranty 5.5ms Response time Gray-Gray 3D Digital Comb Filter / Type Built in 3D Video Noise Reduction ATSC/NTSC M TV System Analog & Digital TV Tuner One Height 37.05 Width 58.84 Depth 14.87 Weight 74.08 Color Black Operating System Batteries Included Batteries Required Number of Batteries 2 Battery Type AAA (included) Language English, French, Spanish Assembly Required

Product Information

Size: 65-Inch
Technical Details
Brand NameSeiki
Item Weight74.1 pounds
Product Dimensions58.8 x 4 x 34.8 inches
Item model numberSE65UY04
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack
Speaker TypeBuilt-in
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #38,852 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight106.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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Date First AvailableNovember 14, 2013
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From the Manufacturer

Retro Series DVD Combo Series H Series F Series G Series 4K UHD Series
Available Screen Sizes 22" 24", 32" 19", 20", 24", 28", 32", 39" 22", 24", 40", 48", 50" 55", 60", 65" 39", 50", 55", 65"
Backlight Technology LED LED LED LED LED LED
Resolution 1080p 720p 720p 1080p 1080p 4K Ultra HD (2160p)
Refresh Rate (Native) 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 120 Hz
Smart No No No No No No

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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By MalcS on February 5, 2014
Size: 39-Inch Verified Purchase
Got this to use as a WIN 7 PC monitor at full resolution with a PNY GTX 660 bought for this purpose. I am a programmer and wanted a monitor that would display the max amount of text in several windows at once.

Purchased as a 'used - very good' for $372, but it clearly had never been out of the box when it arrived so was in new condition.

Followed the advice of the other reviewers - updated firmware to the latest version (39") from the SEIKI site, turned sharpness down to 0, noise reduction off, automatic power off to OFF, and adjusted backlight and colors to get a pleasing image. Once that is all done, the image displayed is pin sharp and looks great. Note that you must use a HDMI connection to get 3840x2160.

Monitor does not support waking up after PC goes to sleep - it will turn off, and you will have to turn back on manually, not a huge problem, but depending on your graphics card, you may find Windows (or NVIDIA) has moved all your windows to the top left of the display if you let the PC go to sleep (a pain), so I disabled turning off monitors in 'power settings' in Windows. Hope they can implement 'wake up' in firmware in the future like other monitors.

Font size - regular windows fonts at the default size are about as small as you probably want on the 39". Since the SEIKI display is almost exactly equal to 4x20" 1080p monitors, the text you get at 4K resolution will look the same size as text at 1080p on a 20" monitor. If you are used to a 24" 1080p monitor, the text on the 39" SEIKI will be a little smaller - the 50" model would be approx the same as 4x24" 1080p monitors.
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316 of 346 people found the following review helpful By e1ectric on June 14, 2014
Size: 39-Inch
This review is for the Seiki SE39UY04, a 39" 4k TV

tl;dr 4k@30Hz, under $400, blanking issues, not good for games or videos @ 4k. **UPDATE** 6/20/2014 - Update with SE50UY04 firmware. I now recommend this product.

The old adage, "you get what you pay for" definitely holds true with this product.

First a little about my setup; I am using this TV as a computer monitor for CAD/productivity applications. I do not intend to play games with this TV, but I used to be an avid gamer so I will make a few comments there. While I do watch a decent amount of videos, I do not have any that are 4k, so there would be no advantage over my other TV, although I did watch some snippets for this review. I am using the included HDMI cable **UPDATE** 6/20/2014 - I am using the AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable Supports Ethernet, 3D and Audio Return (3 Feet/0.9 Meter) to connect the HDMI1 input to the HDMI 1.4 port on my laptop (i7-4700MQ, GTX 770M). All of my testing was done at the 4k resolution, because if I wanted a 1080p screen I could choose much cheaper and smaller screens than this one.

- 4k (3840 x 2160) resolution.
This is a huge difference in CAD programs. I do a lot less panning, scrolling and zooming in/out, all of which saves time.
- 39" diagonal.
I thought this was going to be a con before I bought it because I sit fairly close to it, but I realized that it is large enough that text is easily readable on the screen (without changing any accessibility settings), and small enough that it still fits on the desk somewhat comfortably.
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112 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Eric Work on June 11, 2014
Size: 39-Inch Verified Purchase
Works great as a developer monitor too bad it's just 30Hz. I know most people mention the service menu accessed by 0000 but I found there is also an engineering menu by pressing 2947. I was trying to disable the boot animation so I could reduce the startup time but the option doesn't seem to work.

I looked through the firmware image and it's a MIPS process inside running the 2.6.34 kernel and even has some RealTek usb wireless drivers included. If you could find a way to configure networking on the wireless interface you could use telnet which is enabled. It also has an httpd server included but it doesn't do anything useful. The init scripts claim it's a RealTek Linux distribution.

I didn't try to modify boot images or the menu but it should be possible with little work. I just didn't want to attempt it without a way to reflash the image and unbrick it. I'm wondering where the UART is at which I guess might be able to unbrick it if just the menu was broken.
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150 of 172 people found the following review helpful By TV's Frank on September 8, 2013
Size: 39-Inch Verified Purchase
Considering the 4K content available in this earl stage of the 4K lifespan, I do wonder why others are buying this display. The 4K site states that the viewer needs to be 5 to 6 feet away to see the difference on a 4K screen. That presented no problem for me as I am sitting less the 3 feet away as I type this (which is shortly after the announcement of the HDMI 2.0 standard).

My purpose in buying this unit was solely to use as a PC monitor. I had been using 3 1600x1200 displays rotated into portrait mode because that is how I work -- 3 large text displays, editing code. I became so accustomed to this, anything less is constantly frustrating. Since 1080p displays became a standard, the quality of monitors has dropped and one would have to pay through the nose for higher resolution. 2560x1440 IPS displays have only recently dropped below $500 if you don't care about brand or source.

I've been watching display prices. When the Seikis appeared, I couldn't believe it. I felt there must be a catch but I couldn't find one. I'd been putting off building a new system until certain key components were more affordable, namely displays and 1TB SSDs. When both appeared < $700, I decided to go for it.

I can only detail how they work as a PC monitor. There are drawbacks but they are few.

The first drawback was that from a PC they require 30 Hz input, period. I had attempted to use the built in graphics of the Intel i7 4770K CPU. The i7 supports 4K but only at a max of 24 Hz. The Seiki reported to the system that 24 Hz was supported but it could not be displayed, the Seiki reported signal issues and I could only see corrupted glimpses of the desktop every few seconds. I supplied a graphics card that supported 4K and multiple timings and the Seiki was happy.
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