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Can’t say for the rest of the world, but the New Zealand model doesn’t according to the specs on the website.

Mine arrives on Monday
The US model NU8000 has component in with an adapter, but the user manual doesn't specify which size
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2018 Samsung NU8000 Owners Thread

Had anyone been able to confirm whether or not the 49” variant will support VRR/AMD FS within game mode?
I know it will be capped at 60hz.

I haven’t found any users online currently that can confirm and Samsung says it does, yet their specs online don’t mention it.


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Had anyone been able to confirm whether or not the 49” variant will support VRR/AMD FS within game mode?
I know it will be capped at 60hz.

I haven’t found any users online currently that can confirm and Samsung says it does, yet their specs online don’t mention it.


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The 49” does not support VRR/FS after all. Bumming a bit, because it would have been an ideal pairing with the X1X.

Is it still worth it for slightly lower input lag,slightly brighter HDR peak brightness and auto game mode?


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Hey guys, im very interested into buying this TV the 55inch version, i see that at 1080p it supports both 60hz and 120hz which is excelent, however i would like to know if backlight strobbing also works at 120hz or only 60hz? Its very important for it to work at 120hz aswell or else 120 fps will look very bad with 60hz backlight flicker.

So thats basically my question, is the TV able to flicker the backlight at 120hz aswell or is it limited to 60hertz?
Please not im not asking about the panel refresh rate, but about the backlight.

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It’s here!

My 82” was delivered yesterday and I got it all setup last night. The setup was easy, and I got it talking to my Apple TV, Blu Ray player and receiver no problem. My wife is very happy with being able to control everything from the TV remote, which considering it is 4 devices (including the TV) from 4 different brands is pretty cool. We have been without a universal remote since our harmony died a while back.
We watched Ready Player One in 4K HDR from the Apple TV, which looked great, if perhaps I tiny bit washed out in places. Also looked at Star Trek Beyond from my existing iTunes library as it was upgraded to 4K HDR, and it looked stunning - contrasty and detailed. I was only going to demo it, but ended up staring at the screen with a big grin on my face.
I still need to test with upscaled content, and of course 4K Blu Ray, and I haven’t done any sort of calibration yet, but so far I’m really happy. My only complaint is that I get reflections from the downlights in the room, from my normal viewing position. The screen is so big it is hard to avoid the reflection, but I can’t really blame Samsung for that. It is fine for full screen TV viewing, but is right on the top black bar on movies. I normally turn the lights off for movies though.
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My 82” was delivered yesterday and I got it all setup last night. The setup was easy, and I got it talking to my Apple TV, Blu Ray player and receiver no problem. My wife is very happy with being able to control everything from the TV remote, which considering it is 4 devices (including the TV) from 4 different brands is pretty cool. We have been without a universal remote since our harmony died a while back.

We watched Ready Player One in 4K HDR from the Apple TV, which looked great, if perhaps I tiny bit washed out in places. Also looked at Star Trek Beyond from my existing iTunes library as it was upgraded to 4K HDR, and it looked stunning - contrasty and detailed. I was only going to demo it, but ended up staring at the screen with a big grin on my face.

I still need to test with upscaled content, and of course 4K Blu Ray, and I haven’t done any sort of calibration yet, but so far I’m really happy. My only complaint is that I get reflections from the downlights in the room, from my normal viewing position. The screen is so big it is hard to avoid the reflection, but I can’t really blame Samsung for that. It is fine for full screen TV viewing, but is right on the top black bar on movies. I normally turn the lights off for movies though.


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My 82” was delivered yesterday and I got it all setup last night.
Check Newegg today for a great deal on the 82" MU8000 if anyone is interested. Can't give the price here you need to go look today (7/31).
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Check Newegg today for a great deal on the 82" MU8000 if anyone is interested. Can't give the price here you need to go look today (7/31).
Same price I paid for the 82" NU8000 last week.....Not that great unless you really want last years model for some reason
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Same price I paid for the 82" NU8000 last week.....Not that great unless you really want last years model for some reason
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Been eying this or the q6 @ Costco . So what happens when a Dolby vision signal is sent to the TV ? I’d be using a Apple TV 4K . Does the tv not show anything or does it just display a generic hdr signal ?

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Been eying this or the q6 @ Costco . So what happens when a Dolby vision signal is sent to the TV ? I’d be using a Apple TV 4K . Does the tv not show anything or does it just display a generic hdr signal ?
My understanding is you would just get HDR10. Star Trek Beyond from AppleTV the other night, I'm not sure if there is a way to confirm what format I was getting, but it sure looked awesome.

There is quite a bit of information here: https://support.apple.com/en-nz/HT208074
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I just received my 82nu8000. While half unpacked I inserted the spacers/adapters to use for wall mounting. The top two holes accepted the adapters at different depths, one sticks out 1/8th inch and the other 1/4 inch. I had a chat with Samsung with the conclusion that they should not be flush but should extend equidistantly. I examined the holes and it seems like the plastic casing is cast at different depths. Does not appear to be a plugged hole or anything. Best buy is going to exchange it but I can't believe only one is miscast. How have others experienced the wall mounting? The owner's manual has a few diagrams but no real detail.
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When playing hdr content, does the nu8000 show the hdr icon on screen? I've yet to see it show up even though uhd is enabled on all HDMI p

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When playing hdr content, does the nu8000 show the hdr icon on screen? I've yet to see it show up even though uhd is enabled on all HDMI p
Yes it does, just press the info button.
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Info button operation depends on the source. It just says HDMI 1 has an Xbox one attached with no resolution or other info in the drop-down.


As far as my ? On hdr icon, on an LG hdr tv it will put a hdr logo on the screen for a few seconds when hdr content starts. This nu8000 hasn't do so yet.

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Info button operation depends on the source. It just says HDMI 1 has an Xbox one attached with no resolution or other info in the drop-down.


As far as my ? On hdr icon, on an LG hdr tv it will put a hdr logo on the screen for a few seconds when hdr content starts. This nu8000 hasn't do so yet.
Try info via source, i am stil running firmware 1020, no auto update available yet for my model version, and usb is almost impossible due to flat wall bracket. So no idea if thats gone on the newer 1133 firmware.
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No MLB app on this TV??

I just bought this 65" and there's no mlb.tv (also call At Bat) app anywhere... I have it on my ku6300 and ks8000........ Why isn't it on this TV Wtf
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I just bought this 65" and there's no mlb.tv (also call At Bat) app anywhere... I have it on my ku6300 and ks8000........ Why isn't it on this TV Wtf
I already complained about this earlier in this thread, bunch of crap, my old Samsung smart tv had the AT BAT app but this one does not!!!! I am low tech and dont know how to send MLB.TV to the set some other way. I am not happy!!!!! What about "mirror screen" which i have on my tablet, i have no idea how that works but supposedly it can send whats on my tablet to the tv somehow, it so, i can watch the games on my tablet and would love to send that to the tv.

Note that I got in touch with MLB.TV and asked if they supported this set and they told me that they havent had a chance to test the 2018 models yet, and this was only about 6 weeks ago!!!!!! I am really unhappy about this whole situation. Let me know if you figure out anything, and maybe someone here will have an answer for us. Note that i have an old computer thats running on Vista and it cant do much by way of modern stuff, but i do have a good wifi system in my condo and my tablet and the Samsung tv are both connected to it.

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Who says an 82” TV doesn’t have WAF?
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Costco has the Samsung 82" Model UN82NU800DFXZA on sale today. Is there a difference between Samsung UN82NU800DFXZA (Costco) vs Samsung UN82NU8000FXZA (all other stores). Is it the same TV with a model number variation?
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Costco has the Samsung 82" Model UN82NU800DFXZA on sale today. Is there a difference between Samsung UN82NU800DFXZA (Costco) vs Samsung UN82NU8000FXZA (all other stores). Is it the same TV with a model number variation?
It’s the same
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Returned an LG b7a floor model with very bad screen issues. It was half price so I figured I'd try it out. Once I discovered the screen issues on light scenes I had to return it.

Picked up a 55" nu8000 and after 5 days or so of testing it out and tinkering with the settings I have to say I really like it so far. My Xbox 1X looks amazing and with all the gaming oriented stuff this TV offers I have to say it delivers big time.

I use spectrum tv streaming app for tv and the nu8000 handles upconversion very well. Nice bonus that spectrum offers the app in the Samsung store so I don't have to use any other hardware.

The panel is flawless with no dse. Best uniformity I've had in a lcd tv. Very happy.
This TV handles motion very well. Sports and video games look great. I've still a few things to tinker with to get the picture exactly how I want it but I'm very close. My only nitpick is that the tv does not display a hdr logo onscreen when starting hdr media like other hdr TV's do. At least I haven't noticed it. I can tell it's in hdr mode when looking at settings though.

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2018 Samsung NU8000 Owners Thread

Picked up a 49” NU8000 to compare to the 49” X900E and have spent the week comparing them.

Both offer and amazing performance across 4K/HDR gaming content, but the Samsung it just a touch more responsive while gaming than the Sony.

The Sony has the advantage of native 120hz support, but the Samsung is no slouch with motion at 60hz.

The only aspect that Sony has over the Samsung is uniformity and HDR highlights/smooth gradations.

I only sit about 3 1/2 ft from the TV, so uniformity issues are more apparent than if I sat maybe 6-8 ft away.

I also own a KS8500, so understand how Samsung edge lit dimming performs already. I think it comes down to Samsung’s tone mapping and their trying to hit whatever max peak brightness may be on this model (700-800 nit).

Shadow detail seems to take a hit in order to hit that 800 nit. I use a bias light which does help and a little ambient light in the room further helps.
Color banding is only slightly more noticeable on the Samsung as well and Sony offer smooth gradation adjustments.
I wouldn’t recommend using smooth gradation for anything other than film though since fast camera movements will create severe motion artifacts in gaming.

I really like the Samsung a lot and am considering keeping it over the Sony at the moment. The smart platform is way better than the Android used by Sony both in aesthetic and speed, input lag is a bit better as well and image quality is just a smidge sharper on the Samsung.

And I have hope that Samsung/AMD will get VRR/Freesync working on this display at a later date, but those with a 2016 Samsung that were teased with HDR10+ support know better.



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I just set up an exchange with Best Buy for my 65" NU8000 due to a noticeable scratch on the stand as well as general picture dissatisfaction. With all of the positive reviews I'm hoping that there was just something wrong with mine. I tried rtings settings as well as tried myself and the picture never impressed...including compared to my previous 2014 60" Samsung 7150. Since delivery/exchange isn't until Saturday I figured I'd see if anyone has done a direct comparison between this and the Q6F or even a TCL 6 series? Is Q6F picture quality worth an extra $500? Likewise, would the full LED array TCL provide better and more uniform contrast/black levels? I don't really care about all of the smart TV features and don't use my TV for apps...picture quality and performance (including resolution conversion to speed up channel changes) are most important. Any recommendations/comparisons would be helpful. Thanks.
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I just set up an exchange with Best Buy for my 65" NU8000 due to a noticeable scratch on the stand as well as general picture dissatisfaction. With all of the positive reviews I'm hoping that there was just something wrong with mine. I tried rtings settings as well as tried myself and the picture never impressed...including compared to my previous 2014 60" Samsung 7150. Since delivery/exchange isn't until Saturday I figured I'd see if anyone has done a direct comparison between this and the Q6F or even a TCL 6 series? Is Q6F picture quality worth an extra $500? Likewise, would the full LED array TCL provide better and more uniform contrast/black levels? I don't really care about all of the smart TV features and don't use my TV for apps...picture quality and performance (including resolution conversion to speed up channel changes) are most important. Any recommendations/comparisons would be helpful. Thanks.


The Q6F (2018) has marginally better black levels and HDR performance and for a gamer slightly lower input lag.
I was in the same boat as you, but looking at them side by side I could see very little discernible difference to justify the additional cost.

The 6 series is a price to performance chance, but if you have been following its release you’ll see quality control and terrible uniformity is reported frequently.

And the Samsung 7150 is a top five favorite sets of mine.

I would recommend getting a quick calibration disc like the Disney worlds of wonder which can help you dial in your basic settings, see if you can get it where you like and then try out Rtings 2 point,20 point settings if you still need to tweak them to your liking.

Or if you end up liking the set break it in for a little bit and have a pro calibration done. In most cases you can have calibrate one of the picture setting as the “Pro” settings and have them have one set to be totally accurate, but with a little more “Pop”.
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I just received my 82nu8000. While half unpacked I inserted the spacers/adapters to use for wall mounting. The top two holes accepted the adapters at different depths, one sticks out 1/8th inch and the other 1/4 inch. I had a chat with Samsung with the conclusion that they should not be flush but should extend equidistantly. I examined the holes and it seems like the plastic casing is cast at different depths. Does not appear to be a plugged hole or anything. Best buy is going to exchange it but I can't believe only one is miscast. How have others experienced the wall mounting? The owner's manual has a few diagrams but no real detail.
Would you kindly enough to give me the width dimension of the stands of your 82nu8000, leg to leg. Thank you!
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Hey guys, im very interested into buying this TV the 55inch version, i see that at 1080p it supports both 60hz and 120hz which is excelent, however i would like to know if backlight strobbing also works at 120hz or only 60hz? Its very important for it to work at 120hz aswell or else 120 fps will look very bad with 60hz backlight flicker.

So thats basically my question, is the TV able to flicker the backlight at 120hz aswell or is it limited to 60hertz?
Please not im not asking about the panel refresh rate, but about the backlight.

Best Regards,
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Please, can someone help me with this simple favour? Its really important for me to know the answear to the question above and it will only take you guys a couple of minutes of your time.

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