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Samsung 65inch Class Q9F Series QLED 4K TV $2779.9

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Oled > qled ..
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No way @2800.00 imo
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No way @2800.00 imo
Werd even at 1,500 I'd still might pay 300 more for OLED. Samsung really shit the bed
With the 2016 KS to 2017 MU / Q series price range the Q should be MU price area.
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Great TV, but this should be the price for a 75" Q9, not a 65".
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Oled > qled ..
Weird, didn't know that the OLED had greater brightness, color volume, and color gamut. And has no banding issues. Wait, it does. And it's inferior in all of those categories. And in motion. But, at least you have perfect black while you ignore the lines you see the gray scenes. LMAO

Just saying, as an OLED owner, I have to ignore that in all those dusty or low-light scenes. It's pretty annoying. So is the motion issues when it comes to panning, but using the artificial smoothing introduces artifacts. But, hey, I've only had the OLED for a year. It's not like I know more than people that don't own one. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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1000$ cheaper than Best Buy price. Same price with lg C7
Not sure which one is better...
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Weird, didn't know that the OLED had greater brightness, color volume, and color gamut. And has no banding issues. Wait, it does. And it's inferior in all of those categories. And in motion. But, at least you have perfect black while you ignore the lines you see the gray scenes. LMAO

Just saying, as an OLED owner, I have to ignore that in all those dusty or low-light scenes. It's pretty annoying. So is the motion issues when it comes to panning, but using the artificial smoothing introduces artifacts. But, hey, I've only had the OLED for a year. It's not like I know more than people that don't own one. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)

shouldn't have bought that "costco" version.....
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I bought this one as open box plus a discount from a friend that works at Best Buy for a great price and I absolutely love it. Soooo awesome
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