We are moving to a new house and looking for a new primary TV for the living room. It's great that Black Friday pricing is available, but I've reached analysis paralysis, so I'm looking to you all for some differentiating factors.
I think I've narrowed down my search to the Sony 75X900F and the Samsung 75Q7FN, but open to other options in that size/price range.
: Less than $3,000 (Both models are currently $2,800 for BF)
: 14-15 feet. The main seating is an L shaped sectional, all of which is no more than 20 degrees from the TV. The kitchen is ~24 feet straight back from the TV and would love to maintain good viewing from there too.
Size / Placement
: Planning on 75", wall mounted. It will be mounted between two windows so there isn't enough room to go bigger...
Uses and Sources
: We primarily watch sports (football, basketball, baseball) via Comcast, as well as Netflix, Amazon and movies via ATV4K. No gaming.
: The living room has large, west-facing windows on one entire side. While we haven't moved in yet, I anticipate a decent amount of afternoon sun/glare/reflections. As it's an open plan room, I don't anticipate it ever being truly dark, potentially lessening the need for FALD.
: As part of the setup I'm looking into a 5.1 system with a (new, TBD
) receiver so TV audio quality isn't a concern. Also, we currently have a 55X900E in our bedroom that I am quite happy with (making me bias towards another Sony), but the reflection handling of the Samsung along with the One Connect cable and thinner profile for wall mounting are tempting.