|Item Weight||49.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||49.2 x 9.84 x 32.5 inches|
|Item model number||SE50UY04|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Specification Met||Energy Star|
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Seiki SE50UY04 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV (Discontinued)
|Connections||VGA, USB, HDMI|
About this item
- Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native), 30Hz (4K)
- Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
- Smart Functionality: No
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 44.80'' x 26.65" x 2.09'', TV with stand: 44.80'' x 28.66'' x 9.84''
- Inputs: 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 VGA
- Accessories Included: Remote w/ batteries
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|Connectivity Technology||VGA, USB, HDMI||MHL, HDMI, USB||Wi-Fi||WiFi, ethernet|
|Screen Size||50 inches||55 inches||50 inches||55 inches|
|Item Dimensions||49.20 x 9.84 x 32.50 inches||49.33 x 30.94 x 10.23 inches||44.00 x 2.42 x 25.59 inches||49.10 x 28.50 x 3.00 inches|
|Item Weight||49.16 lbs||43.10 lbs||21.32 lbs||29.50 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||120 Hz||120 Hz||120 hertz||120 hertz|
|Total HDMI Ports||3||4||3||—|
The Seiki SE50UY04 50 In. 1080p LED 4K/2K Ultra HDTV brings your favorite movies, games, and shows to life with greater image quality and vibrant details in a whopping 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution. Every detail is captured with even greater clarity than current high-definition 1080p displays, and every video plays smoothly with minimal pixilation and blurs, thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate and 6.5ms response time. This TV contains built-in technologies to deliver a clearer picture, including a 3D PAL/NTSC comb filter, 3D video noise reduction, over-the-air ATSC/NTSC RF input support, Clear-QAM digital cable support, digital/analog channel auto tuning, V-CHIP/CCD/Favorite Channel support, and more. It features an easy-to-understand on-screen menu for adjusting the TV's settings. Adjust contrast and brightness, audio settings like bass and treble, or set a sleep timer, plus much more. The menu supports English, French, and Spanish. Package Content: 50-inch hdtvremote control2x AA batteriesbase standmanualwarranty 3500-5000 1 contrast ratio Aspect Ratio 16 Refresh Rate 60Hz Maximum Audio Output 2x 6W 2 speakers Height 28.66 Width 44.80 Depth 9.84 Weight 49.16 Color Black Operating System Batteries Included Batteries Required Number of Batteries 2 Battery Type AA (included) Language English, Spanish, French Assembly Required
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Visible screen diagonal
50" / 127 cm
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Do not use for gaming as the 30hz refresh rate will kill you. You will even notice this limitation with a fast moving mouse cursor.
I can have a full screen web browser, Photoshop, and MS Word all open and still have tons of screen real estate. It so much it was disorienting at first.
The thing is MUCH heavier than a normal LCD television of similar size. I don't know why its so heavy, must be the technology inside. The weight was significant enough to make me choose not to wall mount it.
Because its a TV it will have some quirks when used as a monitor. The screen may time out and turn off on you. I've had to shut down my PC cometely and turn it back on a few times to get the monitor to recognize the computers video input after it turned off.
The build quality is acceptable for the price, the bezel around the screen is not uniform but its hard to notice unless you're looking for it.
Not for everyone, but a good purchase for me.
This is exactly how I use this set: connected to my HTPC/gaming rig in the living. The versatility of this monitor makes it well suited for this purpose, as it can be switched seamlessly between 1080p, 1440p and 2160p (or basically anything else) on the fly, depending on what your needs are for the moment. The panel is not picky - if a display format fits inside HDMI 1.4, this monitor will display it like a champ, and the 50" version is the perfect size for someone wanting to play video games from the sofa while sitting 2-3m away.
In 1080p and 2160p, the panel looks fantastic once you get it calibrated. This is not a quick process, and the monitor will not look great out of the box (as others have mentioned) - it took me about a week of trial and error to get it perfect. Some have commented that the picture will either look over-saturated, or lose black detail, and I had the same experience at first, but with a little bit of patience and some calibration utilities, I think the result is fantastic. Colors are vivid, whites are crisp, and blacks are properly detailed after adjusting both the menu options and the global color settings for my video card. The amount of dynamic range you can squeeze out of this panel is actually pretty impressive, especially when driven at 1080p or 2160p. At non-integer multiples of the native resolution, color distortion becomes noticeable.
One of the best things about this monitor is that the LCD panel itself is driven at a native 120Hz. This is something that is basically only found on expensive computer monitors and rarely on television sets. For gaming where there is a lot of fast action, 120 fps cannot be beat. For those who prefer a higher resolution, the monitor will run 1440p at about 80Hz, which still provides a fantastically smooth gaming experience. If RTS games are your thing (or you don't care about playing games at 30Hz), then glorious 2160p gives you all the screen area you can handle at once. On my HTPC, I also have SVP set up to provide motion interpolation for television broadcasts - Football and Hockey at 120Hz looks great, and there is minimal motion blur.
There are only a few cons about this monitor:
- Slight backlight bleeding around the edges. Not unusual for a 50" display, and it is not noticeable at all unless the screen is completely black.
- HDMI limitations. The panel itself could be driven 2160p 120Hz if the interface supported it.
- Limited menu options.
My company just upgraded my PC to a HP EliteBook few months ago, so I hope this newer PC with Windows 7 Professional can drive a 4K monitor. I see the display adapter of this laptop listed in device manager is In Intel HD Graphics 4600, so did some research to find it is supposed to support 4K according to Intel. And I see the video connector on this laptop says DP++, so more research to find that I need a passive adapter to convert from DisplayPort to HDMI used by 4K TV. So seems like I can get 4K for this PC to work. I was very excited.
Read a lot of reviews about this Seiki 4K TV on Amazon of course. Decided the refresh rate at 30 Hz is fine for coding and other computer needs. If I wait for 60 Hz it will be a long while and much more expensive. I doubt 60 Hz prices will drop to this level any time soon as it will probably take years.
Decided to get a 50" model instead of 39" as I am in my late 40's so my vision is getting worse every year. Price difference between the two sizes is only $100 at this time so easy decision for me. I can use this 50" as a TV if the computer route doesn't work out too.
Received the TV 3 business days after ordering. Set it up using the included HDMI cable and the DisplayPort to HDMI passive adapter also bought from Amazon. At first I see resolution of 1600 x 1200. I used right mouse button on Windows 7 desktop and see there is a Graphics Options with Intel sign, then Output To, so tried Digital Television. All of a sudden the screen resolution changed to 3840 x 2160! It's really a sight to behold the first time you see 4K as a computer monitor. All icons are so small now and there are so much real estate. I was in heaven.
50 inch as a computer monitor is almost too big, as the corners seem far away. This is where a curved monitor can be helpful which I never thought needed before. I don't think TV really needs curve as you are usually far away, but a big PC monitor at much closer distance can certainly use it. I think if I went for 39" the texts will be too small at 4K. I am still using the text size default of 100% in Windows Display, as I want to see more code. If I got a 39" I would need to go up to at least 125%. No regrets for the 50".
The quality of the back plastic on this Seiki TV is a little lower than the name brand, but no complains at a fraction of the costs of the name brand. Hope this TV works for a long time.
I changed the following settings on the TV menu: Contrast 60, Brightness 0, Sharpness 0, Color Temp. warm, Sound Mode music, Surround Sound on, Noise Reduction off. All others were still at default.
I was helped by all the reviews so hope my experience helps others.