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Samsung Q9 Series QN65Q9FNAF 65" QLED Smart TV 4K UltraHD $1728

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BuyDig [google.com] via Google Express has 65" Samsung QN65Q9FN Q9 Series Q9FN QLED Smart 4K UHD HDTV for $1920 - $192 w/ promo code TDRSMN = $1728. Shipping is free.

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Resolution: 3840x2160
Refresh Rate: Motion Rate 240
802.11ac Wireless & Bluetooth
Smart TV with Bixby Voice
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1x RF In
1x Digital Audio


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Product description on the link says it also includes a 1TB Xbox One X?
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I'm getting charges $144 in tax
$1,871.99 total
Everyone getting charged tax?
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I'm getting charges $144 in tax
$1,871.99 total
Everyone getting charged tax?
No tax here in TX
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Product description on the link says it also includes a 1TB Xbox One X?
Lol. That's weird. I dont see any mention of an xbox one x.
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I'm getting charges $144 in tax
$1,871.99 total
Everyone getting charged tax?
BuyDig charges tax in several states. But most should not get tax charges.
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BuyDig charges tax in several states. But most should not get tax charges.
not seeing tax in FL either
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Amazing. I bought this for myself for my birthday last July and I paid just about twice this amount. Of course, I've been enjoying it for a year, but still, that's a lot of money.

Quite simply, this is the finest 65" TV in the world. If I had any place to put it, I would buy one at this price right now; it is that great of a TV. If you are on the fence right now, you won't regret the purchase.

I didn't buy the wall mount, because I found one that was the same on Amazon. Search for WALI TMSA001
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Amazing. I bought this for myself for my birthday last July and I paid just about twice this amount. Of course, I've been enjoying it for a year, but still, that's a lot of money.

Quite simply, this is the finest non-OLED 65" TV in the world. If I had any place to put it, I would buy one at this price right now; it is that great of a TV. If you are on the fence right now, you won't regret the purchase.

I didn't buy the wall mount, because I found one that was the same on Amazon. Search for WALI TMSA001
Hmm... fixed it above. Own both. This is indeed a very fine TV. Just that the OLED is better. Don't mean to start a flaming holy war with the same repeated information all over the internet but while this TV is great the OLED evokes emotions like nothing else.
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Amazing. I bought this for myself for my birthday last July and I paid just about twice this amount. Of course, I've been enjoying it for a year, but still, that's a lot of money.

Quite simply, this is the finest 65" TV in the world. If I had any place to put it, I would buy one at this price right now; it is that great of a TV. If you are on the fence right now, you won't regret the purchase.

I didn't buy the wall mount, because I found one that was the same on Amazon. Search for WALI TMSA001
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-type/qled-vs-oled-vs-led

"Between the different types of TVs, OLED TVs trump LED TVs in almost every aspect. Picture quality and motion blur are especially far ahead on OLEDs. Unfortunately, Samsung's QLEDs did not do much to bridge the gap between the two technologies and in some ways even regressed in performance."
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/by-type/qled-vs-oled-vs-led

"Between the different types of TVs, OLED TVs trump LED TVs in almost every aspect. Picture quality and motion blur are especially far ahead on OLEDs. Unfortunately, Samsung's QLEDs did not do much to bridge the gap between the two technologies and in some ways even regressed in performance."
RTINGS shouldnt be the be all tell all source for reviews, there are plenty of reviews like Digital Trends, Danny Winget, and Quantum Apothesis, that state the Q9FN bridges the gap much, much closer between LEDs and OLEDS. With that said, oleds will always be better in certain aspects, especially with the ability to TURN OFF individual pixels.
I personally enjoy the over the top color saturation and blinding bright peak brightness.
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Oled and led are two different technologies. One isn't inherently better than the other. Choose either that best fits your application. In most circumstances oled has the best pros cons, but led still has its place where oled can't match.
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Im eyeing the 82 inch Q8FN or higher to go on sale. Hopefully something is available by August or September.
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Sold my 2017 B7A OLED and bought one of these. Huge mistake. The panel uniformity was some of the worst I had ever seen (Dirty Screen Effect). I think the colors, brightness and blacks are phenomenal, and im sure most of the panels are great.. but the panel lottery risk with LCDs is insane.
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Wonder if prices will go up during Thanksgiving with all the trade talks going on. All the extra cost will hit around November with the 6 months extension that is in place. Samsung and others are trying to dump their products into US market before that hits?

Before someone says something. YES. Trade talk with China does directly affect goods coming from the Asian regions including Japan and South Korean.
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