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Samsung QN82Q90RAFXZA Flat 82 QLED HDR 4K HD @ $3,699.00 (47%off) $3698.77

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Honestly when televisions get this big, why not just go for a projection screen?
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The cost of a projector that will match the picture quality of Q90 or an X950 is going to be higher, sunlit rooms, mounting a projector in the living room with vaulted ceilings, running cables through the attic to ceiling mount, listening to projector fan noise in quite scenes, wall mounting a screen. There are many reasons why people would consider a TV over a projector when reaching into the 70-80+ range. If you want 90-100+ inches then a projector becomes the only option without taking out a loan.
This all day. I have yet to see a projector that impresses if you are looking for contrast and quality. Not to mention the low refresh rates etc.
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I bought this TV from Samsung website 3 months ago for 4999. Ask me anything.
I'm looking at putting this or LG OLED in a dark room. Want to go as big as possible. Do you see any issue with the backlighting or the dark colors?
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I'm looking at putting this or LG OLED in a dark room. Want to go as big as possible. Do you see any issue with the backlighting or the dark colors?
Not at all. This TV looks awesome even in a very dark room. Blacks are true blacks. There is very minimal backlight un-evenness at the lower border but that is not noticeable to an average user, unless you look really hard for it.
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How does it look in your bathroom?
Very fappy!
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How are subtitles? Does the screen brightness change when subtitles appear? How are sports? Gaming? Would you still choose this over an LG OLED C9 77"?
Subtitles on Netflix are very sharp. Is that what you were asking?
Screen brightness can be set to auto adjust, where it can adjust to ambient lighting. I don't think screen brightness can change based on subtitles - I'm not even sure why would someone want that?
Sports look awesome if your source quality is good. I watched a football match on Youtube TV at 4k resolution and I'm telling you, it literally changed the game (pun intended).
Gaming is awesome because this TV has adaptive sync (it's not proprietary g-sync etc but works well). I am yet to see any screen tearing etc. Make sure you connect your gaming console to the TV with the original cable that came with the console.
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How's the warranty for square trade for an LED? Any concerns?
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For this price point I want the real deal OLED, not Samsung's fake-OLED. Nevermind from some unauthorized seller on freaking eBay.

$3600 for a Samsung, the damn thing needs to be 100 inches, I'm sorry.
I'm pretty sure the $3650 price for the oled is an ebay price!
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For this price point I want the real deal OLED, not Samsung's fake-OLED. Nevermind from some unauthorized seller on freaking eBay.

$3600 for a Samsung, the damn thing needs to be 100 inches, I'm sorry.
What 100" (or anything bigger than 85") Samsung are you buying for $3600 with this PQ??
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Has anyone bought from this seller on eBay? Any concern by this model from them? I have an LG OLED 65 inch and I've had it repaired for burn ins twice. Moving to a QLED because of this continued issue. Only thing that sucks is no Dolby Vision in Samsung
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Has anyone bought from this seller on eBay? Any concern by this model from them? I have an LG OLED 65 inch and I've had it repaired for burn ins twice. Moving to a QLED because of this continued issue. Only thing that sucks is no Dolby Vision in Samsung
Exactly. Burn in is real. Gaming and news watching are out on OLED.

Plus, OLED really doesn't get bright enough for peak HDR.
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Has anyone bought from this seller on eBay? Any concern by this model from them? I have an LG OLED 65 inch and I've had it repaired for burn ins twice. Moving to a QLED because of this continued issue. Only thing that sucks is no Dolby Vision in Samsung
I bought this exact TV from this seller 2 weeks ago for 3999, no issues.
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Umm...at this price, get the oled 77" ...No brainer for most
i got oled and samsung at home. oled no way compare to samsung. the colour is too colorful not true color.
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For this price point I want the real deal OLED, not Samsung's fake-OLED. Nevermind from some unauthorized seller on freaking eBay.

$3600 for a Samsung, the damn thing needs to be 100 inches, I'm sorry.
i got oled in master bedroom, samsung in lounge room, sony in other bedroom. honestly i wish i didnt pay for pricey lg oled, very disappoint with lg. cant go wrong with samsung. thinking of buy this 82 for bed room.
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