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Q8/Q9 vs. X900F vs. C8 (Bright Room)

In the market for a 75" class TV for our family room. I've narrowed it down to the Samsung Q8 or Q9, Sony X900F, or LG C8 OLED.

Will be used for gaming, sports, and Amazon movies. My major concern is that the room has a lot of windows, and I'm looking for a TV that can handle the reflections and light well. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Q8/Q9 vs. X900F vs. C8 (Bright Room)

I’d opt for the Q9. It gets plenty bright and has low input lag for gaming. Will handle reflections well too. Given your options, that’s the one.

Here is a link to reinforce your choice

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/be...age/hdr-gaming

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I’d opt for the Q9. It gets plenty bright and has low input lag for gaming. Will handle reflections well too. Given your options, that’s the one.

Here is a link to reinforce your choice

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/be...age/hdr-gaming

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I'll 2nd that, I have compared all three at Best Buy.. IMO, the Q9 can get insanely bright followed closely by the Q8, and then the X900F.. As wonderful as the C8's picture is, it just can't go as bright as a high end LCD TV can (without having screen burn-in concerns) and the closet OLED size to 75" would be 77" and that's about $2,000 more in cost over the mentioned 75" LCD's. 🙂

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Go for the 2019 Vizio P Quantum X when it comes out. They will be offering a 75 inch this year and I can guarantee you it will be cheaper than any of these TVs. I have the 2018 Vizio P quantum and it gets brighter than the Samsung Q9. 2400 nits to be precise (but the 2018 version only has a 65 inch). The 2019 Vizio P series quantum X Will be offered in a 75 inch and reach 2900 nits. Should be coming out in the next two or three months.


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75" Sony Z9D would be the ultimate tv. Sadly it's discontinued unless you can hunt one down.

If you care about Dolby vision/Dolby atmos go for X900F, if not then Samsung Q9F.
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