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post #1 of 9 Old 09-06-2017, 01:39 PM - Thread Starter
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4k with FALD

Looking for a replacement 4k tv with FALD. I presently own 2 Samsung units that I like very much, but I understand that Samsung does not have a FALD version this year.


Is there a list of 2016 & 2017 sets that have this feature?

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Sony Z9D, 940E, 900E.
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Looking for a replacement 4k tv with FALD. I presently own 2 Samsung units that I like very much, but I understand that Samsung does not have a FALD version this year.


Is there a list of 2016 & 2017 sets that have this feature?


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Samsung doesn't have any tv with FALD.......even last year's model?

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KS9800 are FALD.

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The 2016 Hisense H8C models are FALD.

The 50" has only 10 zones, though, so some might question the "full array" thing. Their HDR is also not very good.

I mention this for completeness.
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Yes, there are many FALD sets, Vizio E and D series are also technically FALD, but they're not really worth mentioning in this regard.
The very low amount of zones makes it pretty inefficient and these displays are also way too dim to be good for HDR.

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Two questions that matter are how is the display used and viewing distance? I saw a 14' viewing distance mentioned above. 75 is too small, 82" is marginal at that distance. IMO
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Two questions that matter are how is the display used and viewing distance? I saw a 14' viewing distance mentioned above. 75 is too small, 82" is marginal at that distance. IMO
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