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Who's still developing non-smart TV's?

Who's still developing non-smart TV's? Almost all of them? I believe your basic assumption is flawed. I'm assuming you're defining a "smart TV" as one that has installable/hackable software or at ...
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TV 50″ - PS4/movies (~$800)

Have you considered Vizio TV's? I am not sure if they are available in your country but they would fulfill all your requirements and you might even come in under your budget! You could most ...
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Who's still developing non-smart TV's?

If you want a modern TV without all the perceived smart-TV risk, just buy any TV with the features you want and disable the Internet and wireless settings. Boom, instant non-smart TV. I had a ...
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TV that you can turn off the screen while still listening to audio

Yes this feature is offered, as for a remote option, I'm not sure. I owned a Panasonic Viera TC-65AX800U, which was purchased in 2014. It was a 65" 4K LED model. This option was located in a ...
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Unicable usb receiver with multiple tuners

For everyone with the same problem: i did it with an extra sat>ip server, the digibit r1. It can be used in tvheadend seamlessly.
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TV 50″ - PS4/movies (~$800)

Sony w807C Price: can only speak from where I live, but it seems from your comment that it is alittle over budget. Screen size: 43, 50, 55 Resolution: full hd wifi: yes SmartTv: Yes, android, ...
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Best TV brands for privacy

I have a Sony smart TV, but I leave the Wifi non-configured. Meaning, I don't use any of the Smart features. Not sure you can beat that for privacy. Hook up rabbit ears and nobody will know you're ...
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What are some good large 4K TVs with plenty of HDMI 2.0a/b or 2.1 ports?

Like @mbmast says in the comments, it might be more logical to have a full AV Receiver. That is the device that is meant to do this. But as for a TV, I think that the 2017 Visio P55-E1 ticks most, if ...
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Browse the web on a non-internet TV

Depending on how much you want to spend I would say Raspberry Pi would be the way to go as you will be able to install a nice OS that could be tailored to what you are after, or if you would farther ...
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Looking for a budget monitor

tl;dr Use only LCD panels from manufacturers being certified as using truly flicker-free technology. Ignore manufacturer claims and ignore labels on boxes, as they may be false. Examples of such ...
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TV that you can turn off the screen while still listening to audio

I own a Samsung JU6050 which offers this feature. However it does not have a button on the remote, but maybe I just don't know it has. This TV also offers smart features like youtube, which makes ...
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HDTV with HEVC (h.265 / x.265) support?

I have a 55' Samsung Q6FN. It's a QLED TV. It has everything you listed except for 3D. The current model is the Q70R. It costs around 1.2k USD. Check out the RTINGS review for this TV. https://www....

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