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Samsung 65" QLED LED Ultra HD 4K Smart TV with HDR (QN65Q7F) - $1499.96 + Free Shipping @ PC Richards

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Just wondering. Is there any reason go with this samsung QLED?

I compared this QLED samsung TV and the SONY x900e, and sonyx900e had higher rating than this Samsung. and the prices are almost same, or sony is cheaper.

Can anyone tell me?
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Just wondering. Is there any reason go with this samsung QLED?

I compared this QLED samsung TV and the SONY x900e, and sonyx900e had higher rating than this Samsung. and the prices are almost same, or sony is cheaper.

Can anyone tell me?
QLED with quantum dot panels have the best color volume of any TV you can buy.
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2017 model without ambient mode correct?
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Just wondering. Is there any reason go with this samsung QLED?

I compared this QLED samsung TV and the SONY x900e, and sonyx900e had higher rating than this Samsung. and the prices are almost same, or sony is cheaper.

Can anyone tell me?
Sony hands down winner on picture quality... best at upscaling... Samsung can't even come close... Samsung has the best OS... Sony is sluggish n slow and Samsung is the best for FPS video games and Sony sucks at that
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Just wondering. Is there any reason go with this samsung QLED?

I compared this QLED samsung TV and the SONY x900e, and sonyx900e had higher rating than this Samsung. and the prices are almost same, or sony is cheaper.

Can anyone tell me?
Some of the higher QLED models are bright and have great color volume/color gamut, and is good at motion. The X900E doesn't even get close, and its operating system is an absolute pain. Basically, the QLED are great in a bright room or if you don't mind a lack of light control in dark scenes. However, the X900E is a much better overall TV if you care about dark scenes. Watching the KS8000 and Q7, the colors look so much better than the X900E, which looks really flat in comparison. And for the guy saying upscaling is better, they're identical.

Now, with that being said, the Q7 is so close in performance to the 2016 KS8000 (which was $1,200 two years ago) that paying $1,500 for a TV that's a year old makes zero sense. You really shouldn't pay more than $1,200 for this.
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QLED with quantum dot panels have the best color volume of any TV you can buy.
Sony has quantum dots but it's called triluminos. I find Sony colors to be more accurate and realistic.
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Btw I saw a store display 75" QLED for sale at Best Buy for 1479... not bad... I picked up my 75" q7 at Frys for 2299 and got the citi price protection so final price was 1799
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Sony has quantum dots but it's called triluminos. I find Sony colors to be more accurate and realistic.
Being dull does not mean it's more accurate. Even the Z9D doesn't compare to the Q7, yet they're both calibrated to accurate levels.
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in all of this talking back and forth, no one has mentioned that the seller has a bad yelp reputation. Bait & Switch, worthless warranties and try to collect personal information they have no need for. What good yelp post they do have are questionable because the go overboard with praise---- always a tip off.
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Sony has quantum dots but it's called triluminos. I find Sony colors to be more accurate and realistic.
I said color volume, not accuracy. Pretty much any TV can have accurate colors if you calibrate them. Nothing matches the color volume of the QLEDs.
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in all of this talking back and forth, no one has mentioned that the seller has a bad yelp reputation. Bait & Switch, worthless warranties and try to collect personal information they have no need for. What good yelp post they do have are questionable because the go overboard with praise---- always a tip off.
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I mean yelp varies by store location, here's the link to yelp:
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And I'm not sure why but slickdeals breaks the link to yelp. Yelp.com
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Strongly discourage anyone from buying TVs from them through their online site. In the last deal, not sure anyone has received the TV for 2 months.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11426423-samsung-65-4k-hdr-un65mu9000-999-96?v=1
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Strongly discourage anyone from buying TVs from them through their online site. In the last deal, not sure anyone has received the TV for 2 months.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11426423-samsung-65-4k-hdr-un65mu9000-999-96?v=1
I had ordered that TV, but cancelled 2 days later. I was told they would have it in stock on April 8th. Kind of glad I didn't get stuck in that wait cycle.


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Sony hands down winner on picture quality... best at upscaling... Samsung can't even come close... Samsung has the best OS... Sony is sluggish n slow and Samsung is the best for FPS video games and Sony sucks at that
The sluggishness is really just bloatware speaking. Disable some of the bloatware from the TV and you should be able to navigate fluidly.

You can also enable developer options and then limit background processes to 4, and it's smooth as hell.

I know, we shouldn't have to do all this on a high end tv, but it's pretty much same implementation of Android by any company, including flagship phones.
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