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65" Class Q70R QLED Smart 4K UHD TV (2019) - $1079 - Employee Purchase Program only

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QN65Q70RAFXZA

https://www.samsung.com/us/televi...q70rafxza/

75'' is $1799 as well.

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75" was $1699 the last EPP go around. I'm assuming it should get back around there?
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Does it bother anyone else that Samsung refuses to support Dolby Vision?

I mean, you're buying this TV with an awesome range of color and contrast, only to handicap it by refusing to support the emerging standard for HDR.
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Does it bother anyone else that Samsung refuses to support Dolby Vision?

I mean, you're buying this TV with an awesome range of color and contrast, only to handicap it by refusing to support the emerging standard for HDR.
Yes, that's why I am not buying, I also have epp... debating sony vs vizio.
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Still holding out for a slightly lower price on the 75" q70 or q80. If it doesn't drop before Black Friday I'll bite.
Sales tax is only 5%, half off what it would be in a retail store here in Louisiana.
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Yes, that's why I am not buying, I also have epp... debating sony vs vizio.
Do yourself a favor and go with Sony. Vizio upscaling is not very good, unless you're only watching 4K content.
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Did PerksatWork end Samsung EPP affiliation? I was able to access it last week, but not now.
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no tax in GA but I think vizio px is at costco is still a better deal
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Does it bother anyone else that Samsung refuses to support Dolby Vision?

I mean, you're buying this TV with an awesome range of color and contrast, only to handicap it by refusing to support the emerging standard for HDR.
Buy LG oled
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Did PerksatWork end Samsung EPP affiliation? I was able to access it last week, but not now.
I had to log back in through the perks link, and then sign in through Samsung to see the EPP message
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Yes. Quantum TV YouTube channel says he cannot watch 4k movies on his Samsung because most are in HDR and cannot be disabled. So he watches 1080p Blu-ray on his 4k set. And the picture is unwatchable in HDR 4k. If that's not a deal killer, I don't know what is. He also said the Q8FN is a better set all around, except for off axis viewing. The new 2019 sets cannot be properly calibrated.
I'd have to see his video to understand what that means. I watch 4k Bluray through my Xbox One S to my Samsung tv no problem. HDR on Bluray wouldn't cause the disc to be unwatchable to the point you have to switch to 1080p. The TV automatically adjust to what it is capable of. I believe you can turn HDR off or it's grayed out if it's not supported.
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How can I be a part of epp
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I'd have to see his video to understand what that means. I watch 4k Bluray through my Xbox One S to my Samsung tv no problem. HDR on Bluray wouldn't cause the disc to be unwatchable to the point you have to switch to 1080p. The TV automatically adjust to what it is capable of. I believe you can turn HDR off or it's grayed out if it's not supported.
I heard people not being able to stream 4k because it doesn't support Dolby vision, but still I never had that issue with samsung
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