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HD Guru has just leaked the prices for the 2014 Samsung 4K TV's. Surprisingly, they are not as expensive as I thought.

Samsung HU8500 (flat screen model):

- 50": $2499

- 55": $2999

- 60": $3499

- 65": $3999

- 75" $5999

Samsung HU9000 (flagship curved screen model):

- 55": $3999

- 65": $4999

- 78": $7999

These are the UPP prices, not the MSRP's. However, I wouldn't be surprised to see these prices fall an extra $300-$500 within the next few months. Overall these are already looking better than Sony's prices. I can't wait to see how VIzio prices their reference models.
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Samsung Article from the 18th

http://hdguru.com/samsungs-2014-4kuhdtv-and-high-end-hdtv-prices-leaked/#more-13266

H7150 Series HDTVs

UN55H7150 (55-inch); Retail $2399.99, UPP: $1899.99

UN60H7150 (60-inch); Retail: $2799.99, UPP: $2199.99

UN65H7150 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $2699.99

UN75H7150 (75-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $3999.99

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LED LCD / Full HD 1080p (1920×1080) Resolution / 240 Hz Refresh / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / USB Connection / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / ECO Sensor / 3D



H8000 Series HDTVs

UN48H8000 (48-inch); Retail: $2499.99, UPP: $1999.99

UN55H8000 (55-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $2499.99

UN65H8000 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $3399.99

Features:

Curved Screen / LED LCD / Full HD 1080p (1920×1080) Resolution / 240 Hz Refresh / Micro Dimming / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / Voice Control / Skype Ready / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / 3D Sound Plus / ECO Sensor / 3D / Future upgradeable with Evolution Kit

Samung U8550 front 580

HU8550 Series UHDTVs

UN50H8550 (50-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $2499.99

UN55H8550 (55-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $2999.99

UN60H8550 (60-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $3499.99

UN65H8550 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $3999.99

UN75H8550 (75-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $5999.99

Features:

Flat Screen / LED LCD / Ultra HD 2160p (3840×2160) Resolution / 120 Hz Refresh / Micro Dimming / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / Voice Control / Skype Ready / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / 3D Sound Plus / ECO Sensor / Active 3D / OneConnect Box

HU9000 Series UHDTVs

UN55H9000 (55-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $3999.99

UN65H9000 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $4999.99

UN78H9000 (78-inch); Retail: $TBA, UPP: $7999.99

Features:

Curved Screen / LED LCD / Ultra HD 2160p (3840×2160) Resolution / 120 Hz Refresh / Micro Dimming / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / Voice Control / Skype Ready / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / 3D Sound Plus / ECO Sensor / Active 3D / HD Skype Camera / OneConnect box
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Looks like the Chinese 4K'S have forced Samsung to lower prices on 4K!
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Any pricing on the new 85" with FALD?
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Any pricing on the new 85" with FALD?

It's $40,000. So pretty much the same price as a new BMW.
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That's painful. I'm not sure how they can reconcile that pricing when the Sony is so much less. Certainly not cheap, but not 40g.
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HD Guru has just leaked the prices for the 2014 Samsung 4K TV's. Surprisingly, they are not as expensive as I thought.

Samsung HU8500 (flat screen model):

- 50": $2499

- 55": $2999

- 60": $3499

- 65": $3999

- 75" $5999

Samsung HU9000 (flagship curved screen model):

- 55": $3999

- 65": $4999

- 78": $7999

These are the UPP prices, not the MSRP's. However, I wouldn't be surprised to see these prices fall an extra $300-$500 within the next few months. Overall these are already looking better than Sony's prices. I can't wait to see how VIzio prices their reference models.

It's similar to SONY:

850 Series

XBR-49X850B (49-inch): $2199.99

XBR-55X850B (55-inch): $2999.99

XBR-65X850B (65-inch): $4499.99

XBR-70X850B (70-inch): $5999.99

900 Series

XBR-55X900B (55-inch) $3999.99

XBR-65X900B (65-inch) $5499.99

XBR-79X900B (79-inch ) $8999.99

Since Samsung doesn't have a full array local dimming set, the SONY 950 Series is in a class of its own for now:

950 Series

XBR-65X950B (65-inch) $7999.99

XBR-85X950B (85-inch) $24,999.99


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Is it me or the prices seem higher than Samsungs line from last year?
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Is it me or the prices seem higher than Samsungs line from last year?

Don't take MSRP too seriously. Street prices are always much lower.
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How does everyone feel about having to go curved if they want Samsungs' best PQ offering?

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How does everyone feel about having to go curved if they want Samsungs' best PQ offering?

Is that true? I was under the impression that they are the same except for the curvature. Anyway, are there any hard dates that these sets will be available?
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More pricing info:

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Is that true? I was under the impression that they are the same except for the curvature. Anyway, are there any hard dates that these sets will be available?

Yep, Auto Depth Enhancement, the highest motion rating and Pur Color are only available on the curved HU9000. The good news is that the curve is slight. The TVs are already up on Samsungs website and they should be in stores sometime in April.
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Yep, Auto Depth Enhancement, the highest motion rating and Pur Color are only available on the curved HU9000. The good news is that the curve is slight. The TVs are already up on Samsungs website and they should be in stores sometime in April.

However slight it may be I'm not so sure it would look all that good nor allow multiple viewers to see all that well, at least in my great room. The new 8500 looks comparable to the 2013 9000.
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interested to see if the "auto depth enhancement" and the "Pur Color" are worth anything. I was planning on getting the 8550 because I don't really want the curved screen. Have a feeling they aren't worth the extra $1000, but my OCD will cause me problems knowing I still paid that much for a TV and it didn't have those extra features.
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Their 2013 model looked quite stunning in the store, but I was turned off by the significant motion blur that was also reported in reviews. The price is right on these sets, but I'm always hesitant on buying a Samsung television simply based upon the fact they aren't exactly known for having the greatest input lag numbers.
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Well I'm going to try Samsung this time around as my last 3 Sonys have been bad . SXRD1 dead pixels, SXRD2 melted optical block and now my KDL-60EX700 won't turn on unless it gets heated up by two space heaters on each side of it.
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Yep, Auto Depth Enhancement, the highest motion rating and Pur Color are only available on the curved HU9000. The good news is that the curve is slight. The TVs are already up on Samsungs website and they should be in stores sometime in April.

Late March actually, so not too long of a wait.

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Late March actually, so not too long of a wait.

Where are the release dates posted? If the curb is not that bad and the different features are worth it I may get the 65" 9000 instead of the 75" 8550. It looks like the One Connect box comes with the 9000 series also and not so with 8550.
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Yep, Auto Depth Enhancement, the highest motion rating and Pur Color are only available on the curved HU9000. The good news is that the curve is slight. The TVs are already up on Samsungs website and they should be in stores sometime in April.







Quad core+ and DTS Premium also for the 9000.
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interested to see if the "auto depth enhancement" and the "Pur Color" are worth anything. I was planning on getting the 8550 because I don't really want the curved screen. Have a feeling they aren't worth the extra $1000, but my OCD will cause me problems knowing I still paid that much for a TV and it didn't have those extra features.

Both features seem pretty cool. Here is what they do according to Samsung at CES:

Pur Color: Uses a new Color Management System that has 192 points of control rather than the standard 27. According to Samsung, this allows the HU9000 to reach "approximately" 70% of thew new Rec.2020 color standard (even though the screen is only 8 bit).

Auto Depth Enhancement: Seperates the foreground, midground and background to give a 3D effect without the need for glasses. According to Scott's hands on preview, this feature made the picture look too artificial. However, IMO this might be a cool feature for CG animated movies or other cartoons.

I've been leaning more and more towards getting the 9000 sense CES ended. The Pur Color sounds like a great feature to have to get a more natural look. My only gripe is the curve which is slowly starting to grow on me but still worries me when it comes to uniformity issues and off angle viewing. I'm looking forward to seeing it in person.
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interested to see if the "auto depth enhancement" and the "Pur Color" are worth anything. I was planning on getting the 8550 because I don't really want the curved screen. Have a feeling they aren't worth the extra $1000, but my OCD will cause me problems knowing I still paid that much for a TV and it didn't have those extra features.

Both features seem pretty cool. Here is what they do according to Samsung at CES:

Pur Color: Uses a new Color Management System that has 192 points of control rather than the standard 27. According to Samsung, this allows the HU9000 to reach "approximately" 70% of thew new Rec.2020 color standard (even though the screen is only 8 bit).

Auto Depth Enhancement: Seperates the foreground, midground and background to give a 3D effect without the need for glasses. According to Scott's hands on preview, this feature made the picture look too artificial. However, IMO this might be a cool feature for CG animated movies or other cartoons.

I've been leaning more and more towards getting the 9000 sense CES ended. The Pur Color sounds like a great feature to have to get a more natural look. My only gripe is the curve which is slowly starting to grow on me but still worries me when it comes to uniformity issues and off angle viewing. I'm looking forward to seeing it in person.

Sounds like Pur Color is something like the extended color gamut offered by Sony on the X950 and Vizio in the Reference Series - it is for future proofing once things like Dolby Vision are widely available, but no real value today.

And the Auto Depth Enhancement sounds like a kind of poor-man's pseudo 3D - modifies the incoming source video and the director's intent maybe like the 2D-3D conversion feature some of the current 3D sets offer.

This has convinced me that out of the 2014 Samsung lineup, the 8500 looks like better value to me (also because I don't like the idea of the curve).

Of course, if the performance with only quadcore and not quadcore+ is an issue, that would be a different matter...
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Where are the release dates posted? If the curb is not that bad and the different features are worth it I may get the 65" 9000 instead of the 75" 8550. It looks like the One Connect box comes with the 9000 series also and not so with 8550.

From what I understand the one connect box is only for the 2013 sets and that the 2014 sets has it built in? Am I wrong?
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From what I understand the one connect box is only for the 2013 sets and that the 2014 sets has it built in? Am I wrong?

There seems to be a lot of confusion about this. I wish Samsung would make things more clear. From what I understand:

- HU9000 (2014): The HU9000 comes standard with the 2014 version of One Connect in the box. The HU9000 does not have built in inputs so the One Connect box is required for use. Users can purchase new versions of the One Connect box as they become available.

- HU8500 (2014): The HU8550 has inputs built into the back so One Connect is not required for use. However, the 8550 has support for future versions of One Connect when they launch.

- F9000 & S9 (2013): Owners can buy the 2014 version of the One Connect box to get HDMI 2.0. I believe the price was around $230.
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- HU8500 (2014): The HU8550 has inputs built into the back so One Connect is not required for use. However, the 8550 has support for future versions of One Connect when they launch.

All the more reason to get the 8500 then, if that is the case.
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All the more reason to get the 8500 then, if that is the case.

True; and you have to wonder how the One Connect box effects input lag. Hopefully we'll be able to see them side by side soon. Any word on when the panel shootout will take place?
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The 75inch would be ideal if the reviews are good.
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The 75inch would be ideal if the reviews are good.

And the price is right. Sony's 70" UHD set has "frame dimming" and listed at $5999.99. Frame Dimming is the equivalent of an edge-lit local dimming, but with even less zones. Instead of changing the light for a specific region of the screen, it is the whole frame of the screen that changes intensity.
They need to drop that price by 3,000 as it is as bare bones as a 4k set can get.
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Where are the release dates posted? If the curb is not that bad and the different features are worth it I may get the 65" 9000 instead of the 75" 8550. It looks like the One Connect box comes with the 9000 series also and not so with 8550.

I don't believe the release dates are posted anywhere. I'd go with the 75", if I were you. The HU9000 will be very similar to the HU8550 and the extra 10" will be more valuable. That said, I don't like the curved panels, so my advice is far from impartial. I also would rather have my inputs built into the TV and not in a separate box connected via a proprietary cable. Just my opinion though. smile.gif

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Samsung 55" and 65" versions of the HU9000 and HU8550 release on April 6th. There is still no word on the larger (and smaller) sizes but I would guess sometime in May.
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