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65" Samsung Q7DT QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV + 3-Yr. Warranty + $100 GC EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has 65" Samsung Q7DT Series QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen HDTV + 3-Year Allstate Plan + $100 Costco Gift Card on sale for $999.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 65" Samsung Q7DT Series QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen HDTV
  • Bonus 3-Year Allstate Warranty Plan
  • $100 Costco Gift Card
    • Shop card will be mailed within 4-6 weeks after purchase
Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native)
  • Smart TV Platform: Tizen
  • Smart Platforms: Alexa, Google Assistant
  • VESA Mount: 400x400mm
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 2x USB
      • Ethernet
      • RF In
      • Digital Audio Out (Optical)

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    • Includes 2-Year Warranty plus bonus 3-Year Allstate Warranty for total of 5-Year warranty.
    • This TV is rated 4.5 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 2400 Customer Reviews.
  • Price Research: Our research indicates that 65" Samsung Q7DT Series QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen HDTV (without bonus warranty and gift card) is $200 less (16.66% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $1199.99.
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Samsung 65" Q7DT (2020) QLED Smart 4K UHD HDR TV (Ships Free)
$999.99... ($300 Savings)
Includes:

$100 Costco Shop Card
Costco/Allstate Protection Bundle (5 years total)
Showtime 6-month subscription

Key Specs:
Resolution: 3840x2160
Refresh Rate: Native 120Hz (Clear Motion 240)
High Dynamic Range Format: Quantum HDR/HDR10+/HLG
Quantum Processor 4K w/ 4K AI Upscaling
Dual LED Backlighting w/ Adaptive Picture and Ambient Mode+
Supports ALLM, VRR, eARC
TIZEN Smart TV Platform

Inputs:
4x HDMI (#4 HDMI 2.1)
2x USB 2.0
1x Ethernet
1x Composite Video
1x Digital Optical Audio

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Generally speaking, you probably need to step up to the Q80 or Q90 for a brighter picture that handles well lit rooms. I've been shopping TVs and the Q70 is noticably inferior to the q80 & q90 imo. Also, like others have mentioned, the Oleds are best kept in darker environments.

Everyone will see it a little differently sometimes, but my take is it's Q90 or bust. The Q80 is a nice set too, but I believe the 90 does a better job at handling glare and my room has lots of windows. The Oleds have an amazing picture but in some of the places I saw them they were like mirrors when it came to glare, and the blacks are so deep that dark scenes were too dark. You couldn't see things in shaded scenes. The Sony 950 was an impressive set, but no HDMI 2.1 knocks it down a notch, but you don't game so that's not an issue.

To each their own obviously, and all these sets are quality units. We're talking Miss Universe versus Miss World here. For my set up and environment it's the Q90. For yours it may be different. If windows/sunlight/glare are not an issue and you only watch movies and stuff then you can literally pick any set. I prefer the Sony Oled to the LG if you go in the Oled direction. Same panel but better processing via the Sony. If the TV is going in a well lit room with windows and lots of glare, then I'd go with the Q80, Q90, or Sony 950H.
RTINGS REVIEW: 7.4/10
"The Samsung Q70T is a decent TV for a variety of uses. Although lacking local dimming, it's high native contrast ratio and remarkable black uniformity deliver good dark room performance... whether using it to watch movies or play video games. It also gets bright enough to overcome glare in well-lit rooms, but it's HDR experience is a little underwhelming because it doesn't get bright enough to make highlights pop."
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...-q70t-qled
Where's this TV going? OLED gives the best picture but may not be as effective in a brightly lit living room. A nice dark basement is where OLED does best. If you want it in a bright, sun-lit, room then QLED is probably the better option.

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RTINGS REVIEW: 7.4/10
"The Samsung Q70T is a decent TV for a variety of uses. Although lacking local dimming, it's high native contrast ratio and remarkable black uniformity deliver good dark room performance... whether using it to watch movies or play video games. It also gets bright enough to overcome glare in well-lit rooms, but it's HDR experience is a little underwhelming because it doesn't get bright enough to make highlights pop."
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...-q70t-qled
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This or the 55" LG CX Oled or Sony x90? All from Costco.

I know LG is probably the best screen quality but it's $250 more. Is it worth the upgrade? Screen size doesn't matter. If the Sony was 1000 like it was during Thanksgiving, I would have jumped on it.

mainly used to watch TV, Netflix, YouTube etc. no games.

Please help me decide !!!
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This or the 55" LG CX Oled or Sony x90? All from Costco.

I know LG is probably the best screen quality but it's $250 more. Is it worth the upgrade? Screen size doesn't matter. If the Sony was 1000 like it was during Thanksgiving, I would have jumped on it.

mainly used to watch TV, Netflix, YouTube etc. no games.

Please help me decide !!!
Where's this TV going? OLED gives the best picture but may not be as effective in a brightly lit living room. A nice dark basement is where OLED does best. If you want it in a bright, sun-lit, room then QLED is probably the better option.
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Where's this TV going? OLED gives the best picture but may not be as effective in a brightly lit living room. A nice dark basement is where OLED does best. If you want it in a bright, sun-lit, room then QLED is probably the better option.
The Q70T isn't exactly bright to begin with.
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The Q70T isn't exactly bright to begin with.
To be fair I haven't owned a QLED. But I was under the impression that QLEDs work much better in bright rooms compared to OLEDs.
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This or the 55" LG CX Oled or Sony x90? All from Costco.

I know LG is probably the best screen quality but it's $250 more. Is it worth the upgrade? Screen size doesn't matter. If the Sony was 1000 like it was during Thanksgiving, I would have jumped on it.

mainly used to watch TV, Netflix, YouTube etc. no games.

Please help me decide !!!
I picked up sony over the LG oled, as it was going in my main living room, which has a bunch of windows letting in natural light, oled is meant to be best viewed in dark settings. so sony for me turned out to be better.
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To be fair I haven't owned a QLED. But I was under the impression that QLEDs work much better in bright rooms compared to OLEDs.
I think either of these would struggle in direct light. The LG may be a bit more dim in scenes with lots of bright white due to ABL, but overall it is brighter than the Q70T and it has better reflection handling.

Oleds get a bad rap for not working well in direct light but I believe this is because, at that price range, they are being compared to the likes of Q90T and X950H which both achieve > 1000 nits.

Here is a comparison for reference:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...shold=0.10

I'm sure the Q70T has its place but I'd personally choose the LG CX if the extra money isn't a problem.
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Quote from dvanburen :
I think either of these would struggle in direct light. The LG may be a bit more dim in scenes with lots of bright white due to ABL, but overall it is brighter than the Q70T and it has better reflection handling.

Oleds get a bad rap for not working well in direct light but I believe this is because, at that price range, they are being compared to the likes of Q90T and X950H which both achieve > 1000 nits.

Here is a comparison for reference:

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...shold=0.10

I'm sure the Q70T has its place but I'd personally choose the LG CX if the extra money isn't a problem.
Thanks for the info. You could be right. I actually finally upgrades to the CX but it's coming on Thursday. I can't wait. My current TV is a 60" Samsung Plasma I got towards the end of plasmas about 7 years ago. I really like it but I'm a huge gamer so needed something with HDR, HDMI 2.1, and other features that new TVs offer.
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Thanks for the info. You could be right. I actually finally upgrades to the CX but it's coming on Thursday. I can't wait. My current TV is a 60" Samsung Plasma I got towards the end of plasmas about 7 years ago. I really like it but I'm a huge gamer so needed something with HDR, HDMI 2.1, and other features that new TVs offer.
Congrats! They aren't without their quirks but they're absolutely worth the price.
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Congrats! They aren't without their quirks but they're absolutely worth the price.
Thanks. I just hope it holds up. I've been using Samsung TVs for almost 2 decades. Still got my first Plasma from them that i got in 2006. Still works great and looks good imo. Hoping this LG can hold up also.
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So this or 75" Samsung from Sam's club? I'll be going from a 7 yr old 60" VIZIO.
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To be fair I haven't owned a QLED. But I was under the impression that QLEDs work much better in bright rooms compared to OLEDs.
Only if you buy the top of the line models.

This particular QLED is significantly dimmer than an LG OLED.

I would stay away from this TV. You are paying for the QLED brand name but the performance is just meh.
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This or the 55" LG CX Oled or Sony x90? All from Costco.

I know LG is probably the best screen quality but it's $250 more. Is it worth the upgrade? Screen size doesn't matter. If the Sony was 1000 like it was during Thanksgiving, I would have jumped on it.

mainly used to watch TV, Netflix, YouTube etc. no games.

Please help me decide !!!
Generally speaking, you probably need to step up to the Q80 or Q90 for a brighter picture that handles well lit rooms. I've been shopping TVs and the Q70 is noticably inferior to the q80 & q90 imo. Also, like others have mentioned, the Oleds are best kept in darker environments.

Everyone will see it a little differently sometimes, but my take is it's Q90 or bust. The Q80 is a nice set too, but I believe the 90 does a better job at handling glare and my room has lots of windows. The Oleds have an amazing picture but in some of the places I saw them they were like mirrors when it came to glare, and the blacks are so deep that dark scenes were too dark. You couldn't see things in shaded scenes. The Sony 950 was an impressive set, but no HDMI 2.1 knocks it down a notch, but you don't game so that's not an issue.

To each their own obviously, and all these sets are quality units. We're talking Miss Universe versus Miss World here. For my set up and environment it's the Q90. For yours it may be different. If windows/sunlight/glare are not an issue and you only watch movies and stuff then you can literally pick any set. I prefer the Sony Oled to the LG if you go in the Oled direction. Same panel but better processing via the Sony. If the TV is going in a well lit room with windows and lots of glare, then I'd go with the Q80, Q90, or Sony 950H.
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