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75" Samsung QN75Q80TA QLED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV + 4-Yr Accidental Warranty EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 75" Samsung QN75Q80TA Smart TV + 4 Years Accidental Warranty on sale for $1849 when you apply coupon code ARX24 at checkout. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

Note, 4 Years Accidental Warranty will automatically be added to cart. Discount will be shown on final checkout step.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz (Native)
  • Processor: Quantum Processor 4K
  • HDR: Quantum HDR 12x
  • FreeSync Variable Refresh Rate
  • Smart Platform: Smart TV Powered by TIZEN
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x RF/Cable
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RS-232C
    • 1x Digital Audio Output
4-Year Accidental Warranty Includes:
  • Accidental Damage coverage
  • Impact Damage
  • Dropping while moving or mounting the TV
  • From kids playing ball in the house
  • Burn in covered - usually not covered by the OEM
  • Remote Control replacement - hot swap, no question asked
  • Tech Support Included - initial product setup and/or configuration
  • Authorized service dispatched by Consumer Priority Service

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    • This price is $951 lower (34% savings) than the $2800 list price.
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$1849 + free s/h w/ coupon code ARX24 (price shown at final checkout)

this deal is $100 less than previous FP deal.

4-Year accidental warranty also covers burn-in. Warranty is auto added to cart when adding the TV to cart.
  • 4 Year Accidental Television Extended Warranty Covers (details here [buydig.com]):
    • Accidental Damage coverage
    • Impact Damage
    • Dropping while moving or mounting the TV
    • From kids playing ball in the house
    • Burn in covered - usually not covered by the OEM
    • Remote Control replacement - hot swap, no question asked
    • Tech Support Included - initial product setup and/or configuration
    • Authorized service dispatched by Consumer Priority Service
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Efl asked this question on 06-07-2021 at 10:22 AM
06-07-2021 at 10:22 AM
I bought a tv from these guys recently and got a cps warranty. They have a horrible reputation online and I hope I never have to use the warranty.

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Is Dolby Vision important? Yes and No.
Yes, it without a doubt is the best implementation of HDR available as it's technically superior to the other formats. It's hardware based and makes numerous adjustments to the TV that many manufacturers don't let you change. The scene by scene or frame by frame metadata on the disc are interpreted by the chip, and are made to try to compensate for the shortcomings of TVs to give the best picture possible to get the closest possible picture to the creators intent.

After reading that I'm sure you're now scratching your head wondering why I would also say it's not important. A few reasons. While it's currently more prevalent than HDR10+, most home releases are also not in Dolby Vision. Speaking of HDR10+, it also offers the dynamic metadata that Dolby Vision provides. It is not hardware based, so it will work the best in Samsung devices but is rolling out on more and more devices. While DV can be mastered to 12bit color, no TV can display it, so they're both limited to 10bit color depth. Dolby Vision also becomes slightly less relevant when considering that most high end TVs have their own tone mapping algorithm to try to provide adjust.ments to standard HDR10 content to further enhance the image quality. Finally, it can only do so much to enhance image quality. If you do a "blind test" of say a Vizio M Series Quantum next to a Samsung Q90R I'd put money down that the majority would prefer the image quality of the Samsung over the Vizio. There's a reason Rtings recommends Samsung over pretty much every other LED despite the lack of DV support.
Won't buy a Samsung until they support Dolby Vision.
I bought a tv from these guys recently and got a cps warranty. They have a horrible reputation online and I hope I never have to use the warranty.

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Has anyone heard of CPS, the company providing the warranty?
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Best buy price match?
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Dear Samsung: Don't even give the option for Dolby Vision, No Sale!
Charge $50 more for a $2 option, I don't care, but at least make a standard option available.
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I don't understand why certain offers have to be done thru certain mediums??
What difference does it make whether it's done via phone or PC??

Reminds me of the BS from the sell site OfferUp.
You "HAVE" post listing thru your cellphone, it won't allow for it to be done via desktop/laptop.
The site will even detect anyone using a mobile emulator and block it???
IDK... I guess their servers will implode if a PC is used instead of a phone.
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Won't buy a Samsung until they support Dolby Vision.
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Is Dolby Vision important? Yes and No.
Yes, it without a doubt is the best implementation of HDR available as it's technically superior to the other formats. It's hardware based and makes numerous adjustments to the TV that many manufacturers don't let you change. The scene by scene or frame by frame metadata on the disc are interpreted by the chip, and are made to try to compensate for the shortcomings of TVs to give the best picture possible to get the closest possible picture to the creators intent.

After reading that I'm sure you're now scratching your head wondering why I would also say it's not important. A few reasons. While it's currently more prevalent than HDR10+, most home releases are also not in Dolby Vision. Speaking of HDR10+, it also offers the dynamic metadata that Dolby Vision provides. It is not hardware based, so it will work the best in Samsung devices but is rolling out on more and more devices. While DV can be mastered to 12bit color, no TV can display it, so they're both limited to 10bit color depth. Dolby Vision also becomes slightly less relevant when considering that most high end TVs have their own tone mapping algorithm to try to provide adjust.ments to standard HDR10 content to further enhance the image quality. Finally, it can only do so much to enhance image quality. If you do a "blind test" of say a Vizio M Series Quantum next to a Samsung Q90R I'd put money down that the majority would prefer the image quality of the Samsung over the Vizio. There's a reason Rtings recommends Samsung over pretty much every other LED despite the lack of DV support.
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Has anyone heard of CPS, the company providing the warranty?
I bought a tv from these guys recently and got a cps warranty. They have a horrible reputation online and I hope I never have to use the warranty.
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Is buydig reputable? Thanks
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CPS is a nightmare, avoid at all costs. I was going to buy this deal until I saw that warranty.
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These warranties are gimmicks, they will do everything in their power not to pay out. My advice is try to find a local tv store with their own warranty (not a third party). I got a brand new Vizio Quantum X for $500 less than bestbuy with a 2 year warranty straight from the store, no third party involved.

Also, I would recommend seeing this TV in store, I think your money goes further with other options. Just my .02
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This is a good price. Warranty provider and even seller are putting me off. BuyDig sucks, and this CPS sounds worse.
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Having owned 2 Samsung TV's, 3 Samsung W/D combos, a Samsung fridge, and SmartThings… do not buy Samsung. It will break. And it'll break at the 15th month mark forcing you to use an extended warranty. These warranties are just like insurance companies in that they will find any reason to not pay out. I only offer this as personal experience; others will disagree. I believe Samsung stuff is manufactured to help sell high margin extended warranties.
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Does this promo code work on any other models? I added and it says discount will show at Confirmation step but that's post payment info and frankly, I don't trust it lol
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