One connect boxes blow. The one connect box is the reason Custom AV installers avoid any Samsung TV that has it, but unfortunately we have to use the frame TVs a lot
I'll go for the OLED because LG Oled is far from qled in the quality of dark images
Good choice. But make sure you understand that to take care of it as it will have Burn In issues if not careful.
Hi, I realy like your informative video!I Have a quick question, if I wish to display a Constant pic on my tv screen, which monitor would be more suitble? Im asking because I understand it might cause a burn.. Thanks
OLED is QLED, just with a little mark on the O.
I have Samsung 4k qled curved 65 in and I was able to see the entire dark battle of winterfell - game of thrones season 8 episode 3 - perfectly clear, I was able to see EVERYTHING, while everyone else claimed they couldn't see anything because it was way to dark.
Hugh Vupy I have a 65inch Samsung qled in my room and could see the same scene fine on my parents 80inch Bravia oled we litteraly couldn’t see the scene it was so weird.. every thing everyone saying about the blacks and viewing were different in my opinion. I do think the OLED does have a nicer bright picture. There so close
hmmm my car is much cheaper than this kind of tv....:( why i watch this ??
Please do a review comparison between Hisense ULED, QLED and OLED
Not sure about that ? I have had for 2 mo. And received 10% voucher for BEST BUY ! I AM SATISFIED !
I purchased the 55 Samsung Q6 on sale for $799.00 ,I AM THRILLED WITH ALL ASPECTS!Since the best price I have seen is $949, I guess I got lucky !
Is that the one walmart has currently for $649? QN55Q6FN?
meet the new king
I've owned a LG 4K OLED for a few years now. I like how thin the TV is. An had only one burn in issue but the LG has a reset for screen. This time am going to try Samsung's 4K QLED.
👍Two thumbs up for LG👍🇹🇷
I'm allergic to LCDs
I've got lumps.
I went to a home electronics shop and took a look at all these QLED and OLED and curved screens, 4k, 49 inches TV's. I left the shop with a 32" TCL TV. That's what I could afford.
It all come down to viewing habits. I have a Sony AF8 and one friend the Q9fn. So if you watch HDR stuff in a bright room the Q9 will look better especially in bright outdoor footage, and that's because of high luminosity and saturated bright colors. But the thing is most people will want a TV for movies and usually a movie is best seen in a dark room. And here is where OLED is so much better, contrast and colors. To have the best TV you'll have to buy them both and use them depending on the environment and content.
THIS IS SAMSUNG ADVERT HOW MUCH DID YOU GOT PAID ?
WTF this is to much info I need a drink
I was looking at these TV's a few years ago - when they were 4000K +. Even the 4Ks were still pushing $2K. - way out my price range, and pointless since the value would drop drastically in a year - or less. (Any TV now does this) So I waited for price drops and they have dropped big time - I'm now looking to upgrade from my "ancient" regular plasma HDTV that is showing more and more dead pixels (ugh). But NOW the brain hurting confusion, deep researching has my heart hurting. lol. Looking at the differences between a LG $399 4K TV and a $1000 4K, And if I see a $1400 4k, when then why not go a bit higher OLED - BUT I read about screen burn for many?? Then picture processing, HDR10 is now standard, but then theres Dolby Pro Cinema HDR...oh my God, help me..LOL!!! And now Im confused with the HDMI cords. So there is HDMI 2.1 cable, so...do I need to upgrade that? I'm 100% sure my existing cables bought in 2012 are not 2.1. So..yeah my head hurts. God, and to think 10 years ago I dropped 700 on my first "HD" TV, a Vizio...and that thing was only 720p...probably worth $10 bucks today, I can't keep up with the technology, it moves WAY too fast.
@William Girardin Thanks! I'll look into the open boxes - AND online. Also if I DO see something online that is cheaper...Best Buy had it in stock, I'll get the price match. I do this all the time at Best Buy, they probably hate me...but hey, it's their policy. I DID stop into BB last night just to look...(and drool, lol) over some of the models. Right now, 55" is what I'm looking for to put in my office, anything bigger I'd have to rearrange the room, even remove some shelving - eh, not a huge room, but what can I do. 65-70, yeah that will come in time when I need to upgrade for my living room. They did have a Sony 900 model on display...whew there was an issue with this model. The demo move loop has this intense blue hue to the screen. It wasn't a settings issue, this screen was simply messed up. Still, these OLEDs are amazing. Another part of the wall showed "Samsung 8K" (Damn, I honestly didn't know these were out yet) Um...not ready for that yet, especially my bank acct. $5-16K for these. wow!
Buddy you should try to pick up an open box 2018 now that the stores are getting rid of them for the new sets. Just picked up a 75 samsung q8, but saw some of q6 and sonys pretty cheap. Like $570 for a 55 q6 samsung. Just over a grand for a 65 sony 900f.
Now that the average TV has mindblowing quality compared to the past, what is really the difference today between 1000USD TVs and 3000$+ TVs?
This is like comparing a Ferrari (oled) to a Honda....
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LG motion picture rate is 120 and Samsung's is 240.Which is better for these TV?
240 better for gaming but TVs been caught lying about motion rate
Samsung for me
QLED IS BESTBUT WHAT ABOUT COST
No no no.