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Where there any noticible picture quality differences Mark compared to the Q900. I still have a month and a half left on my 100 day thing from Samsung so have the option to return up till then. Just wondering if there's any really noticible picture quality differences compared to the Q900 as off axis viewing isn't an issue for me as I sit straight on so that wouldn't be a reason for me to send it back and wait for these.
The new TVs also have a superior anti-reflective coating and ambient light absorption. I did not realize it could be improved that much from the already-impressive 2018 screens, but even in a bright room it's like a black hole. Yes, these are all around better TVs, regardless of resolution... just raw performance. This is huge for Samsung, a real leap forward.
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Off axis viewing is phenomenal, especially side by side with the Q9.

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I did my best to catch the same scene in this clip, it shows the difference although seeing it in person had more impact.

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Do we know if these TVs will have 48Gbps HDMI 2.1 ports? Some sites are saying they will have limited bandwidth HDMi ports, others are saying full fat. Any way to find out for sure?
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More importantly, perform very well in color accuracy and It is better for the user not to needed to fix the EOTF tracking himself by reducing the contrast

Trace EOTF correctly and set the tone mapping setting option
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The new TVs also have a superior anti-reflective coating and ambient light absorption. I did not realize it could be improved that much from the already-impressive 2018 screens, but even in a bright room it's like a black hole. Yes, these are all around better TVs, regardless of resolution... just raw performance. This is huge for Samsung, a real leap forward.
Have they made any improvements to the backlight? i.e. more zones?

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Have they made any improvements to the backlight? i.e. more zones?
That's not something Samsung usually ever disclose. Its left up to the first review or person to get one in the home. Id imagine they probably have the same 480 zones but it would be nice to be wrong. Im curious if brightness has changed at all or if its the same. Considering how much the panel lottery on these sets effects brightness I probably wouldn't risk sending mine back if it was only viewing angles and the reflection coating. If there more zones and other actual picture improvements I may be tempted.
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Samsung has led the charge to 8K with its Q900 series TV released in 2018. Now the company is poised to expand its 8K lineup with more Q900 series sizes. Stay tuned for more coverage from CES 2019, and for now here's info from the press release:

"Samsung unveiled its 98” QLED 8K – it’s largest yet – adding to its 2019 lineup that features 65”, 75”, 82”, and 85” models. Embedded with the Quantum Processor 8K chip, the 2019 8K line delivers the best in QLED picture quality, design, smart features in more sizes than ever in stunning 8K resolution. Whether a viewer is watching content through a streaming service, set-top box, HDMI, USB or even mobile screen mirroring, Samsung’s proprietary AI-based technology can recognize and upscale any content, regardless of the native resolution, to near pristine 8K quality. This is Samsung’s smartest and most powerful TV yet." - Samsung Electronics
Boy that really odd, a 82" and 85", that is just weird.
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Have they made any improvements to the backlight? i.e. more zones?
Samsung never discusses zone count. Someone has to count them.

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Here's the article everyone has been waiting for. A summary of the Q9FN replacement shown in private rooms (mark, did u see it?) (article by John Archer coming probably tomorrow about it too).

Alot of new features added to the new Q9.

- new game mode settings enhancing the picture

-AI upscaling

- improved viewing angles

- improved black crush and dimming control (same number of zones but better algorithms)

-even better anti reflective measures.



https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-2019-4k-qled

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Alot of new features added to the new Q9.

- new game mode settings enhancing the picture

-AI upscaling

- improved viewing angles

- improved black crush and dimming control (same number of zones but better algorithms)

-even better anti reflective measures.

https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-2019-4k-qled
add HDMI 2.1 and 4K-120 to this, dont increase the price comapred to Q9FN and Im buying day 1
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Here's the article everyone has been waiting for. A summary of the Q9FN replacement shown in private rooms (mark, did u see it?) (article by John Archer coming probably tomorrow about it too).

Alot of new features added to the new Q9.

- new game mode settings enhancing the picture

-AI upscaling

- improved viewing angles

- improved black crush and dimming control (same number of zones but better algorithms)

-even better anti reflective measures.

https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-2019-4k-qled
Oh weird. It's not clear to me if those TVs are out of embargo. If they are, I'll discuss. Please stand by, "I'll be back"

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Here's the article everyone has been waiting for. A summary of the Q9FN replacement shown in private rooms (mark, did u see it?) (article by John Archer coming probably tomorrow about it too).

Alot of new features added to the new Q9.

- new game mode settings enhancing the picture

-AI upscaling

- improved viewing angles

- improved black crush and dimming control (same number of zones but better algorithms)

-even better anti reflective measures.



https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-2019-4k-qled



From that it sounds like they have added the backlight control and software of the Q900 to the new Q9FN. Then on top of that they have the "OLED like" viewing angles and better filter.

I can't tell if there getting too carried away yet though lol. There comment about it looking like an OLED but brighter and more vibrant. If that was the case who would need Mini LED or Micro LED lol.
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From that it sounds like they have added the backlight control and software of the Q900 to the new Q9FN. Then on top of that they have the "OLED like" viewing angles and better filter.

I can't tell if there getting too carried away yet though lol. There comment about it looking like an OLED but brighter and more vibrant. If that was the case who would need Mini LED or Micro LED lol.
CNET recently had a good detailed review of the Q9FN with oled and Z9F and also Vizio PQ setup for comparison. KATZ is a huge oled fan but his review was very positive for the Q9 surprisingly and believes its the closest to oled he's ever seen. Lcd can close the gap a little more before next gen tech is ready. If the new Q9 has truly been improved over the Q9FN then the gap will be shortened again. Though it remains to be seen if the 2019 Qleds will suffer the horrible lottery that the 2018s had with undersaturation and messed up gamma.

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Here's the article everyone has been waiting for. A summary of the Q9FN replacement shown in private rooms (mark, did u see it?) (article by John Archer coming probably tomorrow about it too).

Alot of new features added to the new Q9.

- new game mode settings enhancing the picture

-AI upscaling

- improved viewing angles

- improved black crush and dimming control (same number of zones but better algorithms)

-even better anti reflective measures.



https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/samsung-2019-4k-qled
I wonder if they're XWIDE angle really is that good compared to Sony's where it becomes a hybrid ips with elevated blacks.
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I wonder if they're XWIDE angle really is that good compared to Sony's where it becomes a hybrid ips with elevated blacks.


Hopefully when Mark is allowed to speak on that, he will. He knows what to look for. Meanwhile, here's his video and it looks perfect to me. BTW Mark, what was the comparison tv, was that a Q9?



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Man, even from that video above, I'm amazed at how good their anti-reflective screens are, and they somehow managed to improve a ton from the "conventional" screen.
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Boy that really odd, a 82" and 85", that is just weird.
Especially when one report I saw said thousands of dollars less for the 82". For my situation in a condo, the 82" will fit in the elevator, but the 85" will need to be tipped to vertical to fit. If all else is equal, I'd opt for 3" less, given these two factors.

But I agree--WTF?

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Hopefully when Mark is allowed to speak on that, he will. He knows what to look for. Meanwhile, here's his video and it looks perfect to me. BTW Mark, what was the comparison tv, was that a Q9?
Woudn't seem likely to call the current QLED king a 'conventional' tv next to the 'QLED 4K' tv? And iirc weren't there rave reviews about the Q9FN viewing angle last year already? As seen at the conventions ...
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8K ..yawn.. I sit only barely close enough to the screen for 4K to be worth the trouble. Better to give me superior viewing angles, color accuracy, contrast, 3D, auditory silence, and high refresh rates. That's where real utility is. ...then there's rolliness to make it easy to get the display in the theater room. 8K is all just a got-a-get-the-bigger-numbers craze. Manufacturers must have boasting rights to achieve dominance even though it does no good for the consumer unless you like having a visual "throw ratio" or four or more in which case you are sitting way to close. What if Mick Jagger suddenly showed up on the screen? The overdose of detailed ugliness could kill with the viewer writhing in disgust and despair. Not me, thank you very much. :-)

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Woudn't seem likely to call the current QLED king a 'conventional' tv next to the 'QLED 4K' tv? And iirc weren't there rave reviews about the Q9FN viewing angle last year already? As seen at the conventions ...

Nope, not at ces.There was no Q9FN demo for viewing angle last year, just black levels In a tiny private room But 2 years ago at 2017 ces there was quite a few viewing angle demos but the modified panels were scrapped at the last minute before launch.
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Do we know if these TVs will have 48Gbps HDMI 2.1 ports? Some sites are saying they will have limited bandwidth HDMi ports, others are saying full fat. Any way to find out for sure?
From HDTV Test UK:

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/n/Samsung...Vs-at-CES-2019

From CNET:

https://www.cnet.com/news/ces-2019-h...s-will-follow/

Samsung has publicly stated that the HDMI 2.1 OCB would be made available to owners on a per request basis.
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Thanks. These confirm 2.1 which is great. But Samsung still won't say which features of 2.1 will be included except for bandwidth. They should have VRR since last year's sets have it but Samsung should specify if it carries all other functions (EARC, QMS etc) like the 2019 LG sets...
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From HDTV Test UK:

https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/n/Samsung...Vs-at-CES-2019

From CNET:

https://www.cnet.com/news/ces-2019-h...s-will-follow/

Samsung has publicly stated that the HDMI 2.1 OCB would be made available to owners on a per request basis.
Thanks for sharing this very useful info! I asked about this on another thread and was told most likely it would be 8K/30 for Samsung and possibly Sony as well. This is great news!

Now to wait on pricing for the 85” Sony and the 88” LG OLED. This is going to be an interesting year for high end TVs. Can’t wait for the reviews once these TVs become available.
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2020/2021 are going to be significant for electric cars too. Could be a milestone for the decade.

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The 65" Q900 is up for preorder at BB for delivery from March 15. If you order one including the $99.99 installation and setup, make sure this is actually in your order (the ordering system had a glitch, for me).

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On the Samsung site, the 82" is MSRP $5K less than the 85". Does anyone know what one doesn't get, apart from 3".

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On the Samsung site, the 82" is MSRP $5K less than the 85". Does anyone know what one doesn't get, apart from 3".

I'm pretty sure they are exactly the same. Why the price gap? Probably to squeeze extra money out of people with elite pockets and elite spending habits. It's also possible that the 85" panels are less production friendly when cut out of the larger sizes. That's why you see tvs with odd sizes such as 98 and 77 etc. 1 large sheet gets cut down and they make due with what you can get the most out of 1 sheet. I've seen other people mention specific sheet sizes and what they get cut into but I don't remember them off hand.
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The other thing thats confusing (but Im sure we'll find out when they start shipping) is that the 85" 8K which is already on sale is less up to date than the other sizes that will be shipping soon. They are supposed to have better viewing angles, AI sound etc. So unless Samsung releases an updated 85" that matches the others, we might end up with the largest/most expensive size being "the worst" when it comes to specs.

If that's the case the 82" will be the steal of the year (relatively speaking of course). I mean to think of it a first gen 8K 80"+ FALD flagship for 10K is a really, really good price. I remember when the 70" JS9500 which I own came out it retailed for 15K. And I think the first gen 4K 85" sets went for more than 20K...
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I'm pretty sure they are exactly the same. Why the price gap? Probably to squeeze extra money out of people with elite pockets and elite spending habits. It's also possible that the 85" panels are less production friendly when cut out of the larger sizes. That's why you see tvs with odd sizes such as 98 and 77 etc. 1 large sheet gets cut down and they make due with what you can get the most out of 1 sheet. I've seen other people mention specific sheet sizes and what they get cut into but I don't remember them off hand.
Differences in yield--that makes sense. Possibly one 85" panel is all one can get from one "sheet", but an 82" leaves enough of the sheet to get extra smaller panels. Others who know the sheet sizes of the applicable fab plant could shed more light on this.

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