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post #211 of 379 Old 05-13-2019, 03:18 AM
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But 2200 nits on the Q7FN vs 760? That’s nearly triple...
That's why I mentioned it's probably Samsung's cheat mode for 10% windows. They've done a test (with the Q9FN iirc) where they replaced the black of the 10% window slide with dark grey and the peak brightness dropped significantly because it now has to light the rest of the screen as well. The Q7FN will never reach 2200 nits with any sort of real scene (in Movie mode anyway)


Edit: it was with the Q900R and color temperature Cool (regardless of Dynamic, Game or Standard mode)


From close to 3000 nits on a 10% window when the background is completely black to maybe 900 nits with a dark grey background.


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But 2200 nits on the Q7FN vs 760? That’s nearly triple...
That's why I mentioned it's probably Samsung's cheat mode for 10% windows. They've done a test (with the Q9FN iirc) where they replaced the black of the 10% window slide with dark grey and the peak brightness dropped significantly because it now has to light the rest of the screen as well. The Q7FN will never reach 2200 nits with any sort of real scene (in Movie mode anyway)


Edit: it was with the Q900R and color temperature Cool (regardless of Dynamic, Game or Standard mode)


From close to 3000 nits on a 10% window when the background is completely black to maybe 900 nits with a dark grey background.


It’s the same website, testing both TVs the same way in the same calibrated picture mode. It doesn’t make any sense to say Samsung cheated the tests last year and now they’re being fair about them lol. Even if we ignore anything to do with the brightness, why can it only show 90% of the colors it could last year? There’s no wide angle filter to explain that away.
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It’s the same website, testing both TVs the same way in the same calibrated picture mode. It doesn’t make any sense to say Samsung cheated the tests last year and now they’re being fair about them lol. Even if we ignore anything to do with the brightness, why can it only show 90% of the colors it could last year? There’s no wide angle filter to explain that away.
The Q70 is a FALD model, it's the edge-lit in particular that can reach high fantasy numbers on test patterns in Movie mode/white point at D65ish. As for the color gamut: if a reduced color gamut finally makes it possible to get natural looking colors on a QLED tv then I don't see a problem .
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It’s the same website, testing both TVs the same way in the same calibrated picture mode. It doesn’t make any sense to say Samsung cheated the tests last year and now they’re being fair about them lol. Even if we ignore anything to do with the brightness, why can it only show 90% of the colors it could last year? There’s no wide angle filter to explain that away.
The Q70 is a FALD model, it's the edge-lit in particular that can reach high fantasy numbers on test patterns in Movie mode/white point at D65ish. As for the color gamut: if a reduced color gamut finally makes it possible to get natural looking colors on a QLED tv then I don't see a problem [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG].
Color gamut is tested after calibration. Meaning colors are natural, you can just see less of them now. Don’t talk nonsense man, come on.
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Color gamut is tested after calibration. Meaning colors are natural, you can just see less of them now. Don’t talk nonsense man, come on.
After calibration doesn't mean it has to be perfect yet (just not as **** out of the box that many QLED's were): let me quote once again what a reviewer and calibrator (that was invited all the way from Poland to the HDTV Test UK Shootout to help with the calibrating) mentioned in the Q90R review:


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I can easily say that this is the first QLED TV that reproduces the colors similar to what the director has seen. The previous models have always been missing something about the correct color rendering. Here, the distortions are insignificant and occur somewhere near the vertices of highly saturated colors. Skin colors, light sea colors and greens, however, have the correct saturation and shade. It's great to see progress and such calibration results!
High peaks on 10% windows (for edge-lit models) to pass the UHD Premium certification and usually the only peak brightness test done in your average joe review.


Last year there was mention of unnatural looking skin tones on the Q9FN and in the Q90R owner's thread there is a lot of mention of a more 'natural' looking picture. Plenty of mention of undersaturation as well for the Q9FN (even at the Value Electronics shootout last year). In the Q9FN review of the same reviewer where the peak brightness for the Q900R came from they showed Rec.709 coverage of the Q9FN was only 89%, some colors in SDR are oversaturated and others undersaturated ...
Edit: here is the 2018 VE Shootout result: see attachment (then look at the marks the Q9FN got for color accuracy/skin tones).
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Congrats! Waiting for it to hit my Q6FN. How does the app look?

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Can’t get a photo right now but basically same as the iTunes section on Apple TV. It does not seem to pull in information from other apps like apple TVs tv app does. But it gives me access to all my purchased media from iTunes so that’s all I’m looking for.


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Just picked mine up from B and H. Friend coming over to help wall mount it. Kevin Miller is coming over later in the month to calibrate it. EXCITED.
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My time with the Q70 was sort lived, I thought the picture was good, but couldn't deal how the TV handled glare/reflections, I ended up switching to a Q80 and so far I'm pleased with the results.
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I have had my Q70R for a little while now and I am very happy with it. I just wanted to point out that it was great for episode 3 of Game of Thrones. It was still dark like they intended, but you could see everything. I have found that I get a better slightly picture streaming streaming with HBO go then I do using the Comcast box.

Also is there a way to do a slideshow in ambient mode?
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Just got the 82” as a free replacement to my 82” Q6FN because of the horrible ghosting it had. I ran the motion blur for test on this one and it’s a million times better.
Please PM me about this - I have an 82" Q6FN that has the same issue and Samsung is providing TERRIBLE customer service to date. See my thread in the 2018 Q65F owner's thread (with videos).
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Hello.

I was the owner of a 49º KS8500 but now is broken.

Searching for new TV's i found the Q6FN but they also point me to the Q70R (and i can also get an old KS8500).

I'm not planning in gamming, but i can't go above 49º (because of a space issue i can't put a 55), and i want to have at least something equal good as the KS.

Do you know if the cheaper Q6FN is comparable to the KS8500? Or i should go straight to the Q70R? If the option is between Q6FN and an older KS8500 i should remain with the KS8500?

I know is not a comparission thread, i'm just trying to gather same opiniones from people that maybe could have the chance to test or see these TV's.

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I finally got my 82Q70r delivered!! Coming from a 82NU8000 it’s night and day in pitch black room.
No ghosting,flash lighting,clouding or whatsoever on a 4K HDR Blu Ray.
Subtitles are neat,I don’t see any blooming at all.
All good and I bought it cheaper than the NU8000 from last year 👍
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Hello.

I was the owner of a 49º KS8500 but now is broken.

Searching for new TV's i found the Q6FN but they also point me to the Q70R (and i can also get an old KS8500).

I'm not planning in gamming, but i can't go above 49º (because of a space issue i can't put a 55), and i want to have at least something equal good as the KS.

Do you know if the cheaper Q6FN is comparable to the KS8500? Or i should go straight to the Q70R? If the option is between Q6FN and an older KS8500 i should remain with the KS8500?

I know is not a comparission thread, i'm just trying to gather same opiniones from people that maybe could have the chance to test or see these TV's.

Thanks for your help guys

I came from the 49" KS8000 and I'm very happy with the Q70. It's better in every way. Less glossy screen, brighter, better color, better HDR, deep blacks, faster response time, better bezel, better interface. Literally nothing I preferred more on the KS8000.
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I came from the 49" KS8000 and I'm very happy with the Q70. It's better in every way. Less glossy screen, brighter, better color, better HDR, deep blacks, faster response time, better bezel, better interface. Literally nothing I preferred more on the KS8000.
Thanks! So you have a 49º Q70? I was told something that the 49º Q70 only have 60Hz.
Do you think the replacement should be this and not the Q6? The Q7 seems to be more expensive but i don't notice much difference in rtings ratings.

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Thanks! So you have a 49º Q70? I was told something that the 49º Q70 only have 60Hz.
Do you think the replacement should be this and not the Q6? The Q7 seems to be more expensive but i don't notice much difference in rtings ratings.

Thanks again for your help

I had the 49" KS8000 but went 55" for the Q70. It barely fits but I made it work. I had a Q60 before returning it for a Q70. The Q60 is edge lit and has global dimming. It was a deal breaker for me because the entire picture dims on dark scenes since it doesn't have local dimming. The extra money is worth it for the Q70.



As for the 49" being 60hz, I believe that is accurate. Unless you are using it as a PC monitor and playing PC games at above 60fps, I don't see the benefit.
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I finally got my 82Q70r delivered!! Coming from a 82NU8000 it’s night and day in pitch black room.
No ghosting,flash lighting,clouding or whatsoever on a 4K HDR Blu Ray.
Subtitles are neat,I don’t see any blooming at all.
All good and I bought it cheaper than the NU8000 from last year 👍
Did you happen to own an 82MU8000, also? How did it compare?

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I finally got my 82Q70r delivered!! Coming from a 82NU8000 it’s night and day in pitch black room.
No ghosting,flash lighting,clouding or whatsoever on a 4K HDR Blu Ray.
Subtitles are neat,I don’t see any blooming at all.
All good and I bought it cheaper than the NU8000 from last year 👍
Awesome Does yours hang on the wall? If yes, can you share a picture of it?

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I had the 82NU8000 from 2018 not the MU8000 from 2017.
The edge lit model does a tremendous job during daytime or lights on but horrible in a dark room as I had flashlighting clouding etc..

Yes my Q70R is wall mounted.
About the pic,it’s like ur side mirrors..objects are always bigger than they appear 😬

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I had a 55 KS8000 that had a penal issue and I called Best Buy 3 days before my geek squad Protection ran out and they ended up offering me the q6fn but I paid the difference and got the q70.

I’m happy with the picture and it’s amazing native contrast and do notice a much better picture and color depth than the ks8000 with much deeper blacks but I will say IM HIGHLY DISAPPOINTED WITH THE BRIGHTNESS (or lack thereof) ON THE NEW Q70. I know that edge lit TV do tend to get brighter but this thing doesn’t get as bright as I would like and I usually watch in a dark room. Yes, I’ve checked and messed with many settings and even had a friend come over who works with calibrating TV’s and doing repair and such and even he was surprised at the lack of brightness.

I’m hoping that Samsung will issue a software upgrade that will allow for more power to be distributed to the LED’s to help with brightness as I’ve read that the brightness is a big disappointment for a FALD at this price point and there are many people complaining about this. Let just hope Samsung does something about it

Otherwise,I’m very happy with this TV and the HDR looks Much better than the KS8000 I had did. If they can get the backlighting brighter for me than I will be stoked!!!
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You can’t get everything man...I mean if you want more brightness u should go with the Q90R model..but price is more than double! (I mean for 82inch at least).
Also X950G is brighter than Q70 as well but has poor contrast ratio on 75&85inch models and black uniformity is average,also those are much more expensive (like 1500$ more in Europe)..so I think the Q70R is a good value for money even with a peak brightness around 800nits...

Maybe this should help,coming from Rtings :
If you find HDR content too dim, increase the Brightness to '+5' , and set Contrast Enhancer to 'High'. This produces a noticeably brighter picture in HDR as you can see on the EOTF plot.

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I’ve just read on techradar that Samsung will implement Earc via a firmware update which will come by the end of the month.
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If you recently bought one of these at Costco, check the price today. I just got a few hundred dollars back from in-store price match!
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Seems like Samsung dropped the MSRP for the 75" to $2699 for Memorial Day. I just pulled the trigger and ordered one from Best Buy.

I was strongly debating between this and the x900f. The x900f seems a bit dated in comparison, the contrast and FALD isn't as good. Apparently the x900f handles motion better, though. ...and actually has Dolby Vision.

I was also considering the Q90, although I don't know if the picture quality difference between the Q70 and Q90 is actually worth $1600 at 75 inches.

Regarding the Q70 vs x900f, does anyone think the x900f is just the superior set? I feel like I should have maybe gone with the Sony.

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I would personally go with the x900f if I had the choice.
For us in Europe we didn’t get the X900F in 85’’..so it was 82Q70 vs 85X950G..Q70 wins by 2K$ less and I don’t Need XWideAngle.
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Does anyone have any insight on the differences between the Q7DR and Q70 ?

I am currently considering getting a 55" Q70 thru the EPP program for 1,080.
Another option would be to get the 55" Q7DR from Costco for 1400

They appear to be basically the same TV except the one from Costco says it has a 5-year warranty. Also, trying to find info on Samsung's site, I have seen the Q7DR listed variably as having 4.1 ch 40w speakers and 4.1 ch 60w speakers. I am not sure which is correct, but it seems the TV audio may be a slight step up in the Q7DR. Since I don't currently have a speaker set up that would be useful.
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Im now proud owner of an 82Q70R.

This tv is replacing a 75Q8FN, I enjoy the larger screen, there is no replacement for displacement. Last evening I was able to sit through an NHL game and enjoy it, very little if any dse on this 82, I cant say that about the Q8 which has terrible dse.

Using an Aptv 4k box I use to stream DTVN, most things look sharper and more clear than they ever have. Colors look good and not to much overblown. Brightness is good as well. Watching Avengers infinity War looked better than ever, bright highlights popped and were not overcooked, great contrast, the dimming works a bit better than the Q8. Also watching lower quality content the noise reduction capabilities are an improvement.

Also there is 2 different positions you can mount the stands, inwards or farther out. I will measure those later.
Thank you for sharing your first impressions.

How is brightness compared to Q8FN? Especially in daylight? Do you find the brightness enough to be used in a bright (average) room. And reflections are distracting because of lower brightness?
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It's not quite matte. Semi-gloss is probably the best description. You can see a slight reflection but it's not bad at all. A huge upgrade from my KS8000.
So it has better reflection performance than KS8000? KS8000 is glossy but thanks to dark screen finish and high brightness I never had reflection issues? You found Q70R is better at this? Even though KS8000 has anti reflective coating and better brightness?
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I came from the 49" KS8000 and I'm very happy with the Q70. It's better in every way. Less glossy screen, brighter, better color, better HDR, deep blacks, faster response time, better bezel, better interface. Literally nothing I preferred more on the KS8000.
It's kind of confusing. According to Rtings:

KS8000: 489 cd/m²
Q70R: 397 cd/m²

SDR brightness.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/comp...&threshold=0.1

So I have read the all comments in this thread and people who upgraded from KS8000 to Q70R seems to be happy. They all claim their new TV is brighter. I am one of those KS8000 owners and confused about the actual SDR brightness performance of TV.
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