Seiki Digital SE50UY04 50-Inch 4K UHD 120Hz LED HDTV

June 14, 2013 - Comment

Everyone deserves a well-made TV. Seiki Digital goes to great lengths to make sure their TVs are the highest quality and available at a fair price. Seiki is part of one of the largest manufacturers of televisions in the world, allowing them to create considerable efficiencies in manufacturing and sourcing resulting in substantial savings to

Seiki Digital

Everyone deserves a well-made TV. Seiki Digital goes to great lengths to make sure their TVs are the highest quality and available at a fair price. Seiki is part of one of the largest manufacturers of televisions in the world, allowing them to create considerable efficiencies in manufacturing and sourcing resulting in substantial savings to the customer.

A Great TV, Without the Nonsense

Many electronics companies reinvest their money into future technologies in hopes of creating the next ‘big thing.’ Seiki believes the next ‘big thing’ is a great television you can afford. Investing in technologies like 4K Ultra High Definition displays (available on select models) and next-generation connectivity helps Seiki Digital to bring you the best picture quality possible.

Next-Generation High Definition with 4K Technology

This outstanding, ultra-high-definition 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.

Seiki Digital SE50UY10 LED TV

The Seiki SE50UY10 LED TV features next-generation 4K technology. View larger

Seiki Digital SE50UY10 LED TV

Everyone deserves a well-made TV
The Best Components Make the Best TVs

Seiki believes a no-nonsense TV delivers big on sight and sound. So they start with only the most advanced LED panels for the highest picture quality and use the improved performance of high-quality amplifiers to power the TV speakers.

Seiki Digital SE50UY10 LED TV

Seiki goes to great lengths to make sure their TVs are the highest quality available
High Quality Picture

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.

On-Screen Setup and Menu

This TV 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.

Component and HDMI Accessory Connections

Easily connect your accessory components by utilizing the available multiple connections (including HDMI, VGA, Component, Audio, AV depending on the TV model) incorporated in the HDTV.

Built-In Speakers with Amplifiers

The TV’s built-in speakers produce high-quality, crisp and clear audio stereo sound, powered by high-quality amplifiers.

Enviromentally Sustainable

Seiki supports environmentally sustainable practices during the design, manufacture, packaging and delivery of all Seiki products without compromising the overall value. And Seiki doesn’t stop there–Seiki’s new LED TVs do not have the levels of lead, mercury and other volatile compounds found in most CRT and LCD TVs.

Choose the Seiki Digital LED TV That’s Right for You

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Diagonal Panel Size 18.5 inch 21.5 inch 27.5 inch 31.5 inch 40 inch 46 inch 50 inch 50 inch
Aspect Ratio 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9
Panel Resolution 1366×768 1920×1080 1366×768 1366×768 1920×1080 1920×1080 1920×1080 3840×2160
Panel Refresh Rate 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 120Hz
Brightness 200 cd/m2 150 ~ 200 cd/m2 200 cd/m2 200 cd/m2 220 cd/m2 250 cd/m2 280 cd/m2 320 ~ 400 cd/m2
DynamicContrast Ratio 600:1 400 ~ 600:1 3000:1 3000:1 3000:1 4000:1 4000:1 3500 ~ 5000:1
Built-in 3D PAL/NTSC Comb Filter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Built-in 3D Video Noise Reduction Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Built-in BTSC/SAP Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Over-the-Air ATSC/NTSC RF Input Support Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Clear-QAM Digital Cable Support Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Digital/Analog Channel Audio Tuning Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Support V-CHIP/CCD/Favorite Channel Edition Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Component & HDMI Supports: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
2K and 4K Ultra High-Definition Support Yes

Product Features

  • 4K2K Resolution 4 times 1080p
  • Upscale HD to 4K
  • One year replacement policy

Comments

Clint Baxley "Truth Love Joy" says:

Total breakthrough for linux programmers. Ok. I got this in the mail today and wasn’t sure if it would work with my hp dv7 laptop with an intel hd3000 graphics card (HDMI only out). When I first opened and connected to this monitor the resolution defaulted to a maximum of 1920×1080 @ 24 Hz. It was pretty sharp but the last TV I had was just as sharp at that resolution.So I spent all day working with different modelines to try to manually get the resolutin right. The monitor was impressive and would display all kinds of modes between 1920×1080 and 3840×2160. BUT. They were all kind of blurry and would not have worked to program all day on.Well after about 4 hours of working with random timings and resolutions I thought I would try xrandr with the 3840×2160 modes untill I found one that very closely matched an hsync of 30. I found the closest line that I could get to 30hz was:root@dv7# cvt 3840 2160 13.8# 3840×2160 13.79 Hz (CVT) hsync: 30.05 kHz; pclk: 144.25 MHzModeline…

ROY PASCARELLA says:

A 4k Bargain and Love the Extra Detailed Image Was just getting ready to pluck down 5k for the Sony set and saw the USA Today story on this brand and also checked out the Gizmodo review. VERY happy I did. Plus it’s available now and I didn’t have to wait until the Sony’s ship next month. I’ve seen the Sony sets running 4k native demos but this is practically as good and I saved $3600.Definitely recommend the new OPPO player to go with it as this set is a basic 4k panel with no up conversion processing or bells and whistles. You can also use the OPPO player to upconvert your Apple TV, Cable Box, Roku etc by using the HDMI In connection on the OPPO player which will take advantage of the Marvell QDEO video processor in the player.The wife and I sit fairly close as it’s on a stand right at the foot of our bed. Even though it’s only 50″ I see a definite improvement in the detail and smoothness of the image from 1080p movies. Even regular DVD’s looked better upscaled to 4k instead of 1080p. The image…

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