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Costco Members: 82" Samsung Class 4K Smart QLED TV + 3-Year Allstate Protection EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 82" Samsung Class Q6DT Series 4K UHD Smart QLED TV (QN82Q6DTAFXZA) + 6-Months Showtime + 3-Year Allstate Protection Plan for $1399.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120 Motion Rate
  • High Dynamic Range Format: Quantum HDR/HDR 10+
  • Smart Platform: Smart TV powered by TIZEN
  • VESA Mount: 600x400mm
  • Inputs
    • 3x HDMI v2.0
    • 2x USB v2.0
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Composite Video
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio

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    • Offer valid through February 27, 2022 or while supplies last
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    • Rated 4.5 stars out 5 overall based on 4,500+ reviews on Costco Wholesale
    • Includes a 1-year manufacturer's warranty + Year 2 Costco Concierge + 3-year Allstate Protection Plan automatically added to cart for a total of a 5-year coverage - CChoiVA
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Samsung 82" Class - Q6DT Series - 4K QLED TV - All state protection included with 5 years of total coverage for $1399 and also 6 months Showtime subscription at Costco starting 2/2

Deal is not live yet (starting Feb 2nd). However, you may order it now for $1699 and do price adjustment once the deal is live. You may not be eligible for showtime subscription if purchased before it's live.

https://www.costco.com/samsung-82...47472.html
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gddeal asked this question on 01-31-2022 at 11:33 AM
01-31-2022 at 11:33 AM
yep. you mean airplay? or iTunes? it does indeed have airplay 2.0 I think I read. I havnt used it but it is there.

the guy above mentioned exterior sources maybe causing lag, I dont know if airplay would cause judder.
presta24 asked this question on 02-03-2022 at 01:50 PM
02-03-2022 at 01:50 PM
I dont honestly ever complain about tv speakers, this 82 inch model gets loud enough, we jammed out to a movie few days ago w friends, and it was not maxed out, it was plenty strong and loud and clear.

I am happy.


before anyone says "it sucks"
theres settings in the sound panel, "standard" and "smart" sound. the smart sound, made the entire sound so much better, cleaner words, etc. it says it detects the space around do something, not sure. but standard was alright, the smart sound or smart adapt was 5x better and cleaner

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Non gamer, non sports guy here. Does it really matter for me?
Forget the LG unless you want to get OLED. LG often have low contrast


Now I was going to get this TV but really after comparing it side by side to the Sony 90 series, yes the brightness is low. Other folks have stated the same. From Techradar

The Samsung Q60T QLED occupies an important spot in Samsung's TV 2020 lineup, being the cheapest of the brand's QLED sets – and therefore, effectively, the worst best Samsung TV has released this year. It's great value, but that inevitably comes with compromises, with the Q60T's picture suffering from low brightness, mild motion blur, and dull HDR objects.

Looks like Samsung wanted to save costs by coming out with a new model inferior to older model. They have been doing that lately.

But that draw necessarily comes with drawbacks. You're getting a drop in processing power compared to last year's Q60R, with a Quantum Processor Lite chip instead of the Quantum Processor 4K used in most QLED models. Edge lighting, too – a lighting system that illuminates the picture from the sides rather than behind the panel – is a cheap way to light up a set's images, but means there are issues with consistency of brightness, off-axis viewing, and the strength of HDR objects.

Ugly review here on tomsguide. The bigger the set the bigger the issues you will notice

https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews...tv-65-inch
Prob not. Prob wouldn't matter to you if you watched sports also tbh.

Also depends what you use to watch sports - if it's streaming devices I don't think it matters either.

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Native 60hz unfortunately.
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Native 60hz unfortunately.
Non gamer, non sports guy here. Does it really matter for me?
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Non gamer, non sports guy here. Does it really matter for me?
Prob not. Prob wouldn't matter to you if you watched sports also tbh.

Also depends what you use to watch sports - if it's streaming devices I don't think it matters either.
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YMMV but select Costco warehouses have the 82" Q6DT on clearance already, for $1299.97. I believe that the reason why it is only select Costco warehouses is because they are overstocked.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15570643-ymmv-samsung-82-class-q6dt-series-4k-uhd-qled-lcd-tv-allstate-3-year-protection-plan-bundle-included-for-5-years-of-total-coverage-1299-97
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Non gamer, non sports guy here. Does it really matter for me?
Best option for 80"+ TV at this price point for non gamer
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Would you buy this tv or the Lg 86 that is also on sale at costco?
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Would you buy this tv or the Lg 86 that is also on sale at costco?
I'm wondering the same thing but leaning towards the 86 for size and native 120h. Saw it in person, it's obnoxiously big lol
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Would you buy this tv or the Lg 86 that is also on sale at costco?
Forget the LG unless you want to get OLED. LG often have low contrast


Now I was going to get this TV but really after comparing it side by side to the Sony 90 series, yes the brightness is low. Other folks have stated the same. From Techradar

The Samsung Q60T QLED occupies an important spot in Samsung's TV 2020 lineup, being the cheapest of the brand's QLED sets – and therefore, effectively, the worst best Samsung TV has released this year. It's great value, but that inevitably comes with compromises, with the Q60T's picture suffering from low brightness, mild motion blur, and dull HDR objects.

Looks like Samsung wanted to save costs by coming out with a new model inferior to older model. They have been doing that lately.

But that draw necessarily comes with drawbacks. You're getting a drop in processing power compared to last year's Q60R, with a Quantum Processor Lite chip instead of the Quantum Processor 4K used in most QLED models. Edge lighting, too – a lighting system that illuminates the picture from the sides rather than behind the panel – is a cheap way to light up a set's images, but means there are issues with consistency of brightness, off-axis viewing, and the strength of HDR objects.

Ugly review here on tomsguide. The bigger the set the bigger the issues you will notice

https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews...tv-65-inch
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Non gamer, non sports guy here. Does it really matter for me?
No games, no sports, just watching movies, listening to music, 60Hz is enough, everything else is not important to you
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No games, no sports, just watching movies, listening to music, 60Hz is enough, everything else is not important to you
so what you need higher refresh rate for then?
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so what you need higher refresh rate for then?
Gaming
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so what you need higher refresh rate for then?
Even if you don't play games, don't watch movies, and simply watch the news, you want the best when the economy allows, don't you?
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