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Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)

Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)

Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR and Alexa Compatibility (2019 Model)
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Features

  • 100% COLOR VOLUME WITH QUANTUM DOTS: Powered by Quantum dots, Samsung’s 4K QLED TV offers over a billion shades of brilliant color and 100% color volume for exceptional depth of detail that will draw you in to the picture for the best 4K TV experience
  • DIRECT FULL ARRAY BACKLIGHT 8X: Concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs auto-adjust contrast between pure whites and ultra-deep blacks, revealing hidden details in even the darkest scenes
  • QUANTUM PROCESSOR 4K: Intelligently powered processor instantly upscales content to 4K for sharp detail and refined color
  • QUANTUM HDR 12X: 4K depth of detail with high dynamic range powered by HDR10+ delivers the lightest to darkest colors, scene by scene, for amazing picture realism
  • ULTRA-VIEWING ANGLE: Engineered to reduce glare and enhance color even in bright rooms, the ultra-viewing angle provides for a vibrant picture no matter where you sit around this big screen TV

Description

With the Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV, enjoy a 65 inch smart TV screen that presents dazzling colors from every angle, effortlessly deflects glare, and finds hidden details in shadowy blacks and brilliant whites with an advanced full array of LED backlighting. Powered by Quantum dots, this QLED UHD TV offers 4x the resolution (3, 840 x 2, 160) of Full HD 1080p HDTV and over a billion shades of color, enabling you to discover what you've been missing with the brilliant, crisp and clear picture. The Quantum Processor 4K instantly upscales content to 4K-level picture quality, even from non-native 4K sources, reducing banding, macro-blocking and artifacts often found in compressed streaming content. Adding to the level of brilliant realism of this Samsung TV, Quantum HDR 12x powered by HDR10+ delivers the lightest to darkest colors, scene by scene, for amazing picture realism. Direct Full Array Backlight 8x features concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs to display ultra-deep blacks and pure whites, rivaling OLED. To ensure everyone can enjoy the picture of this flat screen TV, an ultra-viewing angle reduces glare and enhances color, providing a vibrant picture no matter where you sit. For the avid gamer, this QLED TV utilizes a Dynamic Black Equalizer to give you better visibility in the dark and uses detailed scene analysis to optimize image quality. Using FreeSync VRR (variable refresh rate) technology, the Samsung Q80 gives you the real-time lower-lag gaming speed you need to climb to the top. To help the Samsung smart TV blend in with your home décor, an ingenious Ambient Mode allows you to customize the screen with meaningful images for a perfectly natural effect, including décor patterns and lighting, info, photos and artwork that match your lifestyle. The Samsung Q80 UHD TV includes smart features such as OneRemote, Bixby voice command, on-screen universal guide, SmartThings home appliance and device control, smart speaker expandability with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility, and more.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 56.9 pounds


Product Dimensions 2.4 x 57.1 x 32.7 inches


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Item model number QN65Q80RAFXZA


Color Name Silver


Speaker Type 4.1CH


ASIN B07N4M3Q5Y


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 240 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,210 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #93 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 76.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available February 21, 2019


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Features

  • 100% COLOR VOLUME WITH QUANTUM DOTS: Powered by Quantum dots, Samsung’s 4K QLED TV offers over a billion shades of brilliant color and 100% color volume for exceptional depth of detail that will draw you in to the picture for the best 4K TV experience
  • DIRECT FULL ARRAY BACKLIGHT 8X: Concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs auto-adjust contrast between pure whites and ultra-deep blacks, revealing hidden details in even the darkest scenes
  • QUANTUM PROCESSOR 4K: Intelligently powered processor instantly upscales content to 4K for sharp detail and refined color
  • QUANTUM HDR 12X: 4K depth of detail with high dynamic range powered by HDR10+ delivers the lightest to darkest colors, scene by scene, for amazing picture realism
  • ULTRA-VIEWING ANGLE: Engineered to reduce glare and enhance color even in bright rooms, the ultra-viewing angle provides for a vibrant picture no matter where you sit around this big screen TV

Description

With the Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV, enjoy a 65 inch smart TV screen that presents dazzling colors from every angle, effortlessly deflects glare, and finds hidden details in shadowy blacks and brilliant whites with an advanced full array of LED backlighting. Powered by Quantum dots, this QLED UHD TV offers 4x the resolution (3, 840 x 2, 160) of Full HD 1080p HDTV and over a billion shades of color, enabling you to discover what you've been missing with the brilliant, crisp and clear picture. The Quantum Processor 4K instantly upscales content to 4K-level picture quality, even from non-native 4K sources, reducing banding, macro-blocking and artifacts often found in compressed streaming content. Adding to the level of brilliant realism of this Samsung TV, Quantum HDR 12x powered by HDR10+ delivers the lightest to darkest colors, scene by scene, for amazing picture realism. Direct Full Array Backlight 8x features concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs to display ultra-deep blacks and pure whites, rivaling OLED. To ensure everyone can enjoy the picture of this flat screen TV, an ultra-viewing angle reduces glare and enhances color, providing a vibrant picture no matter where you sit. For the avid gamer, this QLED TV utilizes a Dynamic Black Equalizer to give you better visibility in the dark and uses detailed scene analysis to optimize image quality. Using FreeSync VRR (variable refresh rate) technology, the Samsung Q80 gives you the real-time lower-lag gaming speed you need to climb to the top. To help the Samsung smart TV blend in with your home décor, an ingenious Ambient Mode allows you to customize the screen with meaningful images for a perfectly natural effect, including décor patterns and lighting, info, photos and artwork that match your lifestyle. The Samsung Q80 UHD TV includes smart features such as OneRemote, Bixby voice command, on-screen universal guide, SmartThings home appliance and device control, smart speaker expandability with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility, and more.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 56.9 pounds


Product Dimensions 2.4 x 57.1 x 32.7 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number QN65Q80RAFXZA


Color Name Silver


Speaker Type 4.1CH


ASIN B07N4M3Q5Y


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 240 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,210 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #93 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 76.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available February 21, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 100% COLOR VOLUME WITH QUANTUM DOTS: Powered by Quantum dots, Samsung’s 4K QLED TV offers over a billion shades of brilliant color and 100% color volume for exceptional depth of detail that will draw you in to the picture for the best 4K TV experience
  • DIRECT FULL ARRAY BACKLIGHT 8X: Concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs auto-adjust contrast between pure whites and ultra-deep blacks, revealing hidden details in even the darkest scenes
  • QUANTUM PROCESSOR 4K: Intelligently powered processor instantly upscales content to 4K for sharp detail and refined color
  • QUANTUM HDR 12X: 4K depth of detail with high dynamic range powered by HDR10+ delivers the lightest to darkest colors, scene by scene, for amazing picture realism
  • ULTRA-VIEWING ANGLE: Engineered to reduce glare and enhance color even in bright rooms, the ultra-viewing angle provides for a vibrant picture no matter where you sit around this big screen TV

Description

With the Samsung QN65Q80RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q80 Series Ultra HD Smart TV, enjoy a 65 inch smart TV screen that presents dazzling colors from every angle, effortlessly deflects glare, and finds hidden details in shadowy blacks and brilliant whites with an advanced full array of LED backlighting. Powered by Quantum dots, this QLED UHD TV offers 4x the resolution (3, 840 x 2, 160) of Full HD 1080p HDTV and over a billion shades of color, enabling you to discover what you've been missing with the brilliant, crisp and clear picture. The Quantum Processor 4K instantly upscales content to 4K-level picture quality, even from non-native 4K sources, reducing banding, macro-blocking and artifacts often found in compressed streaming content. Adding to the level of brilliant realism of this Samsung TV, Quantum HDR 12x powered by HDR10+ delivers the lightest to darkest colors, scene by scene, for amazing picture realism. Direct Full Array Backlight 8x features concentrated zones of precision-controlled LEDs to display ultra-deep blacks and pure whites, rivaling OLED. To ensure everyone can enjoy the picture of this flat screen TV, an ultra-viewing angle reduces glare and enhances color, providing a vibrant picture no matter where you sit. For the avid gamer, this QLED TV utilizes a Dynamic Black Equalizer to give you better visibility in the dark and uses detailed scene analysis to optimize image quality. Using FreeSync VRR (variable refresh rate) technology, the Samsung Q80 gives you the real-time lower-lag gaming speed you need to climb to the top. To help the Samsung smart TV blend in with your home décor, an ingenious Ambient Mode allows you to customize the screen with meaningful images for a perfectly natural effect, including décor patterns and lighting, info, photos and artwork that match your lifestyle. The Samsung Q80 UHD TV includes smart features such as OneRemote, Bixby voice command, on-screen universal guide, SmartThings home appliance and device control, smart speaker expandability with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility, and more.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 56.9 pounds


Product Dimensions 2.4 x 57.1 x 32.7 inches


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number QN65Q80RAFXZA


Color Name Silver


Speaker Type 4.1CH


ASIN B07N4M3Q5Y


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 240 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,210 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #93 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 76.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available February 21, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews I received the product from UPS around noon with no apparent damage. Immediately followed the installation and setup instructions and when I powered up the TV all that appeared were colored lines. There were also some unusual patterns in various portions of the screen (under the glass). The TV wouldn't provide any setup instructions. I immediately contacted Amazon to return the TV for a replacement. They suggested I first discuss the problem with an "expert" before returning the product, so I asked them to call me. They called back immediately and as I was explaining the problem our call was disconnected. I've not heard back from them. So, I've boxed the unit back up and UPS will pick it up when they deliver the replacement. So far no indication from Amazon as to when I can expect a NEW replacement. I've purchased several Samsung products and have been very happy with them. I will change the overall rating once I receive a new replacement that works. I received a second unit and the box was intact. However, when I turned it on I couldn’t believe I had received a second defective tv. This one had colored lines running down the left side, horizontal lines across the middle, and a black smudge on the upper left corner. I’m done with this model and have requested a refund. I’m now looking to Sony and LG. It appears as though Samsung’s quality control has suffered a setback.;;May 7, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;New TV Disappointment- updated;;steve albright;;;I don't know who the people are who buy a $2,000 TV every year and then bloviate about how much better or worse a TV is than the model year before, but I can tell you that this unit is superb. Sharp, clear, bright display, with inky blacks and good viewing angles. No defects, no banding. Settings galore to customize. With its good wide angle viewing it may actually be an OLED killer, since OLED manufacturers haven't demonstrated that have any idea how to correct the severe OLED burn-in problems and lack of panel longevity. Aside from the extraordinary display quality of this Q80R, the smart TV system is fast, responsive and the 4K optimized video apps are terrific. Highly recommended.;;May 22, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Superb TV;;mreg615;;;Received from Samsung today. DSE was bad, got panel AA01. Picture was only good watching Netflix. Regular HD viewing was just aweful. I played with all of the setting and all TV shows were fuzzy both newer shows and old. If you want just for movies it is okay. If you want to watch regular cable HD channels stay away. Boxed it back up within 1 hour. My un65ks9800 from 2016 makes this TV look like a 420p RCA. Very disappointing,only positive is viewing angles were very good.;;March 18, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;What were they thinking?;;KA;;;Coming from the Q8FN, it seems these wide viewing angles have a negative trade off with reduced contrast. What happened to Q Contrast Elite Samsung? They also removed HDR + mode, some blooming when local dimming is on high with grayish black bars during movies. Setting to low helps but then HDR isn’t as good. Blacks aren’t as deep as last year. For some reason, blooming is much worse in game mode as the local dimming algorithm seems to be much less aggressive than normal mode. I was blown away by the Q8FN besides uniformity issues which I can say improved this year but Wow Samsung, you removed or downgraded things that made 2018 qleds amazing and traded all for viewing angles! What a shame. Who watches tv from an angle anyway. Waste of an upgrade. I’m rebuying the Q8FN immediately.;;April 15, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Downgrade from 2018;;WILL ALBRIGHT;;;I own two 65” OLED 4k TV’s and I wanted something larger; but, I wasn’t willing to spend almost $5000 for a 75” OLED that will eventually have burn-in. It took five years of regular use, but unlike image retention which is temporary, one of my OLED’s began to show a very faint dimming of the pixels where bright white channel logos “burned in”: I only noticed it when cleaning the screen I couldn’t remove what I thought was merely a smudge. I must admit, until recently, I’ve always considered QLED’s a literal scam in which the “O” of an OLED TV was replaced by the “Q” which looked very similar (even though the TV’s were completely different technologies). However, the Samsung Q80R is the first LED/LCD television to actually compete (and in some ways beat) my OLED's. There were two main reasons that I never contemplated owning an LED/LCD TV for my large family room: 1: Muddy blacks in dark scenes. 2: Poor image quality when viewed at an angle. With OLED HDTV my guests and I have enjoyed perfect blacks and vivid colors from all seating positions for the past five years, but I wanted a larger screen to help fill the room without spending a fortune. To my surprise, Samsung’s latest Q80R and Q90R (not the Q60 or Q70) offer deep blacks and vivid hues at wide viewing angles with very bright pictures. It actually blew me away to see a good picture on an LCD TV at an 80 degree angle! The special filter that Samsung introduced on the Q80R (and Q90R) is a complete game changer! I was also very impressed by the deep blacks and high contrast ratio on my new Q80R. Given the choice between an 82” Q70R and the 75” Q80R (in the same price range), I’m glad I chose the Q80R: the ULTRA-VIEWING ANGLE feature (not available on the Q70R) is a must have for anyone spoiled by OLED. As for the Q90R, I like the smaller pedestal base but I don’t believe the small increase in picture quality was worth the premium price tag (IMHO). I’m also not a fan of 8k TV’s since there is not a single TV on the the market (which I’m aware of) that even offers an ATSC 3.0 (4k) tuner. When I first set up my Q80R I was very disappointed in the poor picture quality of the default settings and was starting to regret my purchase. It took over a week of tweaking the unusual picture settings, but I can actually confess that I don’t miss the OLED (which is now in the guest bedroom). Unlike other televisions that I’ve calibrated, the numeric settings and scales on the Q80R are very different: for example, the brightness ranges from -5 to 5 (as compared to 0 to 100 for most other brands). This difference is confusing and very unfamiliar. To help, I’ve posted my preferred settings below: I’ve turned off the “auto” picture adjustments because they play havoc with the picture quality. I’ve also turned off the “Contrast Enhancer” for the same reason. I’ve put “Digital Clean View” on the “Auto” setting for OTA and Low for my ROKU and limited the ambient light dimming to a minimum of 20 (out of 50). Back light: 38 Brightness: 2 Contrast: 32 Sharpness: 12 Color: 32 Tint: G8 Gamma 2.2 White Balance: 2 Point Red Gain: -2 Green Gain: 6 Blue Gain: -4 Red Offset: -2 Green Offset: 6 Blue Offset: -4 Color Space Settings: Custom Color Red Red 50 Green 54 Blue 46 These settings look great on all inputs and the built-in ATSC 2.0 tuner. F.Y.I. This TV is very bright and (if not careful) it is prone to having “over bright” whites in which all detail is lost: i.e. mattresses lose their quilted tops and snow loses its shading and texture. This is completely the opposite of the muddy blacks prevalent on most LCD TV’s (which is not a problem on the Q80R). P.S. I gave the smart features a 3/5 stars because I had to disable the annoying "Smart Hub" default. I also gave the remote a 3/5 because it lacks features common on other remotes (like a number pad or picture settings button). Fortunately, I have a Harmony 650 universal remote (which I love). I am not a fan of the very wide leg stance found on most large TV's today. To accommodate my normal size entertainment center, I purchased a "Rfiver Universal Swivel TV Stand Tabletop TV Stand Base": https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07M6114YM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 On this stand the 75" Q80R is very well supported and I love the swivel feature! As I previously noted, I preferred the Q90R base, but was unwilling to pay a premium price just to get the smaller stand. B.T.W. BEWARE OF UNVERIFIED REVIEWS FROM BOTS AND TROLLS. I only comment on items that I've actually purchased. I still love my OLED TV's, but don't be fooled: they are 10 bit panels that cannot display Dolby Vision in 12 bit color (currently, there are no 12 bit panels). Hopefully, my next TV will be a 12 bit Micro/Mini LED 4k with an ATSC 3.0 tuner and passive 3D.;;November 30, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Finally, a QLED good enough for us spoiled OLED enthusiasts.;;AJ

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By steve albright - May 7, 2019
New TV Disappointment- updated
I received the product from UPS around noon with no apparent damage. Immediately followed the installation and setup instructions and when I powered up the TV all that appeared were colored lines. There were also some unusual patterns in various portions of the screen (under the glass). The TV wouldn't provide any setup instructions. I immediately contacted Amazon to return the TV for a replacement. They suggested I first discuss the problem with an "expert" before returning the product, so I asked them to call me. They called back immediately and as I was explaining the problem our call was disconnected. I've not heard back from them. So, I've boxed the unit back up and UPS will pick it up when they deliver the replacement. So far no indication from Amazon as to when I can expect a NEW replacement. I've purchased several Samsung products and have been very happy with them. I will change the overall rating once I receive a new replacement that works. I received a second unit and the box was intact. However, when I turned it on I couldn’t believe I had received a second defective tv. This one had colored lines running down the left side, horizontal lines across the middle, and a black smudge on the upper left corner. I’m done with this model and have requested a refund. I’m now looking to Sony and LG. It appears as though Samsung’s quality control has suffered a setback.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By mreg615 - May 22, 2019
Superb TV
I don't know who the people are who buy a $2,000 TV every year and then bloviate about how much better or worse a TV is than the model year before, but I can tell you that this unit is superb. Sharp, clear, bright display, with inky blacks and good viewing angles. No defects, no banding. Settings galore to customize. With its good wide angle viewing it may actually be an OLED killer, since OLED manufacturers haven't demonstrated that have any idea how to correct the severe OLED burn-in problems and lack of panel longevity. Aside from the extraordinary display quality of this Q80R, the smart TV system is fast, responsive and the 4K optimized video apps are terrific. Highly recommended.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By KA - March 18, 2019
What were they thinking?
Received from Samsung today. DSE was bad, got panel AA01. Picture was only good watching Netflix. Regular HD viewing was just aweful. I played with all of the setting and all TV shows were fuzzy both newer shows and old. If you want just for movies it is okay. If you want to watch regular cable HD channels stay away. Boxed it back up within 1 hour. My un65ks9800 from 2016 makes this TV look like a 420p RCA. Very disappointing,only positive is viewing angles were very good.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By WILL ALBRIGHT - April 15, 2019
Downgrade from 2018
Coming from the Q8FN, it seems these wide viewing angles have a negative trade off with reduced contrast. What happened to Q Contrast Elite Samsung? They also removed HDR + mode, some blooming when local dimming is on high with grayish black bars during movies. Setting to low helps but then HDR isn’t as good. Blacks aren’t as deep as last year. For some reason, blooming is much worse in game mode as the local dimming algorithm seems to be much less aggressive than normal mode. I was blown away by the Q8FN besides uniformity issues which I can say improved this year but Wow Samsung, you removed or downgraded things that made 2018 qleds amazing and traded all for viewing angles! What a shame. Who watches tv from an angle anyway. Waste of an upgrade. I’m rebuying the Q8FN immediately.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By AJ - November 30, 2019
Finally, a QLED good enough for us spoiled OLED enthusiasts.
I own two 65” OLED 4k TV’s and I wanted something larger; but, I wasn’t willing to spend almost $5000 for a 75” OLED that will eventually have burn-in. It took five years of regular use, but unlike image retention which is temporary, one of my OLED’s began to show a very faint dimming of the pixels where bright white channel logos “burned in”: I only noticed it when cleaning the screen I couldn’t remove what I thought was merely a smudge. I must admit, until recently, I’ve always considered QLED’s a literal scam in which the “O” of an OLED TV was replaced by the “Q” which looked very similar (even though the TV’s were completely different technologies). However, the Samsung Q80R is the first LED/LCD television to actually compete (and in some ways beat) my OLED's. There were two main reasons that I never contemplated owning an LED/LCD TV for my large family room: 1: Muddy blacks in dark scenes. 2: Poor image quality when viewed at an angle. With OLED HDTV my guests and I have enjoyed perfect blacks and vivid colors from all seating positions for the past five years, but I wanted a larger screen to help fill the room without spending a fortune. To my surprise, Samsung’s latest Q80R and Q90R (not the Q60 or Q70) offer deep blacks and vivid hues at wide viewing angles with very bright pictures. It actually blew me away to see a good picture on an LCD TV at an 80 degree angle! The special filter that Samsung introduced on the Q80R (and Q90R) is a complete game changer! I was also very impressed by the deep blacks and high contrast ratio on my new Q80R. Given the choice between an 82” Q70R and the 75” Q80R (in the same price range), I’m glad I chose the Q80R: the ULTRA-VIEWING ANGLE feature (not available on the Q70R) is a must have for anyone spoiled by OLED. As for the Q90R, I like the smaller pedestal base but I don’t believe the small increase in picture quality was worth the premium price tag (IMHO). I’m also not a fan of 8k TV’s since there is not a single TV on the the market (which I’m aware of) that even offers an ATSC 3.0 (4k) tuner. When I first set up my Q80R I was very disappointed in the poor picture quality of the default settings and was starting to regret my purchase. It took over a week of tweaking the unusual picture settings, but I can actually confess that I don’t miss the OLED (which is now in the guest bedroom). Unlike other televisions that I’ve calibrated, the numeric settings and scales on the Q80R are very different: for example, the brightness ranges from -5 to 5 (as compared to 0 to 100 for most other brands). This difference is confusing and very unfamiliar. To help, I’ve posted my preferred settings below: I’ve turned off the “auto” picture adjustments because they play havoc with the picture quality. I’ve also turned off the “Contrast Enhancer” for the same reason. I’ve put “Digital Clean View” on the “Auto” setting for OTA and Low for my ROKU and limited the ambient light dimming to a minimum of 20 (out of 50). Back light: 38 Brightness: 2 Contrast: 32 Sharpness: 12 Color: 32 Tint: G8 Gamma 2.2 White Balance: 2 Point Red Gain: -2 Green Gain: 6 Blue Gain: -4 Red Offset: -2 Green Offset: 6 Blue Offset: -4 Color Space Settings: Custom Color Red Red 50 Green 54 Blue 46 These settings look great on all inputs and the built-in ATSC 2.0 tuner. F.Y.I. This TV is very bright and (if not careful) it is prone to having “over bright” whites in which all detail is lost: i.e. mattresses lose their quilted tops and snow loses its shading and texture. This is completely the opposite of the muddy blacks prevalent on most LCD TV’s (which is not a problem on the Q80R). P.S. I gave the smart features a 3/5 stars because I had to disable the annoying "Smart Hub" default. I also gave the remote a 3/5 because it lacks features common on other remotes (like a number pad or picture settings button). Fortunately, I have a Harmony 650 universal remote (which I love). I am not a fan of the very wide leg stance found on most large TV's today. To accommodate my normal size entertainment center, I purchased a "Rfiver Universal Swivel TV Stand Tabletop TV Stand Base": https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07M6114YM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 On this stand the 75" Q80R is very well supported and I love the swivel feature! As I previously noted, I preferred the Q90R base, but was unwilling to pay a premium price just to get the smaller stand. B.T.W. BEWARE OF UNVERIFIED REVIEWS FROM BOTS AND TROLLS. I only comment on items that I've actually purchased. I still love my OLED TV's, but don't be fooled: they are 10 bit panels that cannot display Dolby Vision in 12 bit color (currently, there are no 12 bit panels). Hopefully, my next TV will be a 12 bit Micro/Mini LED 4k with an ATSC 3.0 tuner and passive 3D.

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1.0 out of 5 stars
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5.0 out of 5 stars
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1.0 out of 5 stars
By KA - March 18, 2019
What were they thinking?
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1.0 out of 5 stars
By WILL ALBRIGHT - April 15, 2019
Downgrade from 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars
By AJ - November 30, 2019
Finally, a QLED good enough for us spoiled OLED enthusiasts.
I own two 65” OLED 4k TV’s and I wanted something larger; but, I wasn’t willing to spend almost $5000 for a 75” OLED that will eventually have burn-in. It took five years of regular use, but unlike image retention which is temporary, one of my OLED’s began to show a very faint dimming of the pixels where bright white channel logos “burned in”: I only noticed it when cleaning the screen I couldn’t remove what I thought was merely a smudge. I must admit, until recently, I’ve always considered QLED’s a literal scam in which the “O” of an OLED TV was replaced by the “Q” which looked very similar (even though the TV’s were completely different technologies). However, the Samsung Q80R is the first LED/LCD television to actually compete (and in some ways beat) my OLED's. There were two main reasons that I never contemplated owning an LED/LCD TV for my large family room: 1: Muddy blacks in dark scenes. 2: Poor image quality when viewed at an angle. With OLED HDTV my guests and I have enjoyed perfect blacks and vivid colors from all seating positions for the past five years, but I wanted a larger screen to help fill the room without spending a fortune. To my surprise, Samsung’s latest Q80R and Q90R (not the Q60 or Q70) offer deep blacks and vivid hues at wide viewing angles with very bright pictures. It actually blew me away to see a good picture on an LCD TV at an 80 degree angle! The special filter that Samsung introduced on the Q80R (and Q90R) is a complete game changer! I was also very impressed by the deep blacks and high contrast ratio on my new Q80R. Given the choice between an 82” Q70R and the 75” Q80R (in the same price range), I’m glad I chose the Q80R: the ULTRA-VIEWING ANGLE feature (not available on the Q70R) is a must have for anyone spoiled by OLED. As for the Q90R, I like the smaller pedestal base but I don’t believe the small increase in picture quality was worth the premium price tag (IMHO). I’m also not a fan of 8k TV’s since there is not a single TV on the the market (which I’m aware of) that even offers an ATSC 3.0 (4k) tuner. When I first set up my Q80R I was very disappointed in the poor picture quality of the default settings and was starting to regret my purchase. It took over a week of tweaking the unusual picture settings, but I can actually confess that I don’t miss the OLED (which is now in the guest bedroom). Unlike other televisions that I’ve calibrated, the numeric settings and scales on the Q80R are very different: for example, the brightness ranges from -5 to 5 (as compared to 0 to 100 for most other brands). This difference is confusing and very unfamiliar. To help, I’ve posted my preferred settings below: I’ve turned off the “auto” picture adjustments because they play havoc with the picture quality. I’ve also turned off the “Contrast Enhancer” for the same reason. I’ve put “Digital Clean View” on the “Auto” setting for OTA and Low for my ROKU and limited the ambient light dimming to a minimum of 20 (out of 50). Back light: 38 Brightness: 2 Contrast: 32 Sharpness: 12 Color: 32 Tint: G8 Gamma 2.2 White Balance: 2 Point Red Gain: -2 Green Gain: 6 Blue Gain: -4 Red Offset: -2 Green Offset: 6 Blue Offset: -4 Color Space Settings: Custom Color Red Red 50 Green 54 Blue 46 These settings look great on all inputs and the built-in ATSC 2.0 tuner. F.Y.I. This TV is very bright and (if not careful) it is prone to having “over bright” whites in which all detail is lost: i.e. mattresses lose their quilted tops and snow loses its shading and texture. This is completely the opposite of the muddy blacks prevalent on most LCD TV’s (which is not a problem on the Q80R). P.S. I gave the smart features a 3/5 stars because I had to disable the annoying "Smart Hub" default. I also gave the remote a 3/5 because it lacks features common on other remotes (like a number pad or picture settings button). Fortunately, I have a Harmony 650 universal remote (which I love). I am not a fan of the very wide leg stance found on most large TV's today. To accommodate my normal size entertainment center, I purchased a "Rfiver Universal Swivel TV Stand Tabletop TV Stand Base": https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07M6114YM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 On this stand the 75" Q80R is very well supported and I love the swivel feature! As I previously noted, I preferred the Q90R base, but was unwilling to pay a premium price just to get the smaller stand. B.T.W. BEWARE OF UNVERIFIED REVIEWS FROM BOTS AND TROLLS. I only comment on items that I've actually purchased. I still love my OLED TV's, but don't be fooled: they are 10 bit panels that cannot display Dolby Vision in 12 bit color (currently, there are no 12 bit panels). Hopefully, my next TV will be a 12 bit Micro/Mini LED 4k with an ATSC 3.0 tuner and passive 3D.