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It would'be perfect if it also had a Quantum Dot display as well. Don't know why Sammy makes a sorta premium, but not all the way model.
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I wish they still made 3d TV's had to get a refurb Sony 930d when my Samsung JS9500 got cracked in move due to a huge 3d bluray collection and really not satisfied with the Sony the Samsung JS9500 smoked it.
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I wish they still made 3d TV's had to get a refurb Sony 930d when my Samsung JS9500 got cracked in move due to a huge 3d bluray collection and really not satisfied with the Sony the Samsung JS9500 smoked it.
Are manufacturers not making big screen 3d tv anymore? Only 3d projector now?
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Are manufacturers not making big screen 3d tv anymore? Only 3d projector now?
Yeah they stopped 2016 model year which sucks only projectors still have 3d. I wanted to get an oled but couldn't find any refurbs or new ones. I wanted still to get something I could put a warranty on in case something happened so didn't look for used.
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such a beautiful TV! worth every dollar imo.
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I wish they still made 3d TV's had to get a refurb Sony 930d when my Samsung JS9500 got cracked in move due to a huge 3d bluray collection and really not satisfied with the Sony the Samsung JS9500 smoked it.
I know this is not the best alternative but definitely worth it, especially if you have a collection of 3D disks. If you get a Vr System (ps vr if you want to easily connect your tv so others can watch) and hook it up to something that can read your 3d disks; you instantly got a 3d tv with better imersion. Personally my favorite is watching finding nemo. You've never watched Finding Nemo in 3d until you've done this. =)
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It would'be perfect if it also had a Quantum Dot display as well. Don't know why Sammy makes a sorta premium, but not all the way model.
in order to get to the price point of this deal
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I wish they still made 3d TV's had to get a refurb Sony 930d when my Samsung JS9500 got cracked in move due to a huge 3d bluray collection and really not satisfied with the Sony the Samsung JS9500 smoked it.
check around for a clearance Sony Z9D when the start clearing them out in a few months
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Any good site to use to PP?
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It would'be perfect if it also had a Quantum Dot display as well. Don't know why Sammy makes a sorta premium, but not all the way model.
That's what the QLED series is there for. Most manufacturer have mid-range models, this is Samsung's mid-range.

Entry ​level - NU7100/NU7300 (no WCG, no local dimming, 60 hz panels)
Mid level - NU8000/NU8500 (WCG, edge lit local dimming, 120hz panels, increased brightness)
High level - Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9 (quantum dots, edge lit local dimming on Q6/Q7, FALD on Q8/Q9, 120hz panels, even more increased brightness as you step up)

There's a lot of small step ups in the mid to high level Samsung sets though for sure. What's weird is the Q6FN uses quantum dots like the rest of the QLED lineup, but it's color gamut is significantly less wide than the 99% covered DCI P3 gamuts of the Q7-Q9 series. So it's better than the wide color gamut on the NU8000/8500, but not as wide as the other QLED sets. The Q6 also doesnt have a glossy panel like the Q7-Q9. Honestly they should have called the Q6 the NU9000 as an MU9000 replacement more-so.
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That's crazy. This will not fit in our elevator.
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Eventually need to replace my Mitsubishi 82 dlp...
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I own this TV and absolutely love it. Here's a pic.
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That's what the QLED series is there for. Most manufacturer have mid-range models, this is Samsung's mid-range.

Entry ​level - NU7100/NU7300 (no WCG, no local dimming, 60 hz panels)
Mid level - NU8000/NU8500 (WCG, edge lit local dimming, 120hz panels, increased brightness)
High level - Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9 (quantum dots, edge lit local dimming on Q6/Q7, FALD on Q8/Q9, 120hz panels, even more increased brightness as you step up)

There's a lot of small step ups in the mid to high level Samsung sets though for sure. What's weird is the Q6FN uses quantum dots like the rest of the QLED lineup, but it's color gamut is significantly less wide than the 99% covered DCI P3 gamuts of the Q7-Q9 series. So it's better than the wide color gamut on the NU8000/8500, but not as wide as the other QLED sets. The Q6 also doesnt have a glossy panel like the Q7-Q9. Honestly they should have called the Q6 the NU9000 as an MU9000 replacement more-so.
I already know their TV lineup pretty well, but I get what your saying. It's just that they have way too many options now. With as you said, very minute differences between each model as you go up.

That's exactly my problem, I just think for this price point, you should'be able to get a lower tier high-end Q7 or at least the 75 incher. Also, I don't even think a Q6 model existed at launch last year.

As far as I know, it was only added later in the year. And as you mentioned before, it's pretty bare bones for a "premium" QLED TV. I can't wait for their MicroLED Modular TVs to be released.

Especially at a smaller screen size & a much cheaper price point. What would'be really cool if they did this & they definitely should. Is let you purchase a 65" MicroLED Modular TV for $2500.

And like a PC, gradually upgrade it in size, by purchasing extra modular screens to add to the current ones you've already purchased. Starting off like at 65" & ending up as high as a 200 incher.

That would blow people's minds & be a massive game changer for home theater enthusiast. As well as for hardcore gamers & avid TV viewers alike. As big as your wall would allow it to be.

Now that's the future & not just size either. You should'be able to upgrade inner components as well. Like the SoC, RAM & internal storage. Even upgrade the Smart TV OS to one that you prefer.

However, that'd be highly unlikely for an OEM like Samsung. Maybe if another OEM followed that design makeup, like a Sony or a TCL. I don't know, I've rambled on far enough. Sorry for the rant.
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It would'be perfect if it also had a Quantum Dot display as well. Don't know why Sammy makes a sorta premium, but not all the way model.
Extremely large screens have lower (much lower) yields. Using latest tech which generally means hardest to produce tech in extremely difficult sizes will be expensive. Sometimes so expensive there just can't be a market. Even when they do try to put out flagship tech at extreme sizes at insane prices they won't turn a profit
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