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65" Samsung QN65Q8FNB Q8FN QLED Smart 4K UHD TV (2018 Model) EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 65" Samsung QN65Q8FNB Q8FN QLED Smart 4K UHD TV (2018 Model) on sale for $1,499.99 when you apply promo code TNF169 in your cart (price shown at final checkout). Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Panel: QLED w/ Full Array Backlight
  • Motion Rate: 240
  • HDR: Q HDR Elite
  • Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
  • Smart OS: Samsung Tizen Smart Hub w/ Bixby Voice, Apps & Browser
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical Out
    • 2x RF In
    • 1x RS232C
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At the time of this posting, Our research indicates that this 65" Samsung QN65Q8FNB Q8FN QLED Smart 4K UHD TV (2018 Model) is $498 lower (24.92% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable authorized merchant with prices starting from $1,997.99. -SaltyOne

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65" Samsung QN55Q8FNB Q8 Series Q8FN QLED Smart 4K UHD TV [buydig.com] $1,499 using coupon code TNF169
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QLEDs are generally brighter and don't have the risk of burn-in. In every other way OLEDs are better -- they have darker blacks and better color reproduction.
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QLED also has better color gamut and variable refresh rate.
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Brighter, no burn in
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Great deal. Correct model is Samsung QN65Q8FNB
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Great deal. Correct model is Samsung QN65Q8FNB

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Any reason to buy a QLED over an OLED TV?
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Any reason to buy a QLED over an OLED TV?
Brighter, no burn in
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Any reason to buy a QLED over an OLED TV?
QLEDs are generally brighter and don't have the risk of burn-in. In every other way OLEDs are better -- they have darker blacks and better color reproduction.
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Any reason to buy a QLED over an OLED TV?
Depends on the room. If it's a family room with lots of ambient light the OLED will do poorly. However in a dark room the OLED will shine. OLED does burn in pretty easily with static images almost like how a plasma was
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QLEDs are generally brighter and don't have the risk of burn-in. In every other way OLEDs are better -- they have darker blacks and better color reproduction.
QLED also has better color gamut and variable refresh rate.
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Any reason to buy a QLED over an OLED TV?
Must we do this for every QLED deal? OLEDs have burn in - fact.

Both have pros and cons, research and pick which is best for YOUR personal usage.
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Depends on the room. If it's a family room with lots of ambient light the OLED will do poorly. However in a dark room the OLED will shine. OLED does burn in pretty easily with static images almost like how a plasma was
Amazing how people like yourself, whom don't own an OLED tv, constantly come on these posts to claim how OLED gets burn in easily, etc.

Your average plasma would need to be abused to get burn in. Same with your average OLED.

I had multiple plasmas from 2006 thru 2017. Only 1 ever got burn in, and only becuaee I played nothing but Destiny on it from 2014 to 2016. The static HUD from literally thousands of hours of game play finally caused some burn in on it. For 99.9% of people, they will never encounter this issue on any TV, be it LCD or OLED.

Buy a dang OLED, and don't look back.
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Amazing how people like yourself, whom don't own an OLED tv, constantly come on these posts to claim how OLED gets burn in easily, etc.

Your average plasma would need to be abused to get burn in. Same with your average OLED.

I had multiple plasmas from 2006 thru 2017. Only 1 ever got burn in, and only becuaee I played nothing but Destiny on it from 2014 to 2016. The static HUD from literally thousands of hours of game play finally caused some burn in on it. For 99.9% of people, they will never encounter this issue on any TV, be it LCD or OLED.

Buy a dang OLED, and don't look back.
I own a B8 55 inch OLED and it's in a bedroom. Amazing tv but it wasn't a great fit in a brighter room.
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Just purchased. Great price for a great TV.
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