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Samsung Q90r 75" vs Panasonic GZ2000 65"

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Looking for another tv. Room is bright but I can control lighting. Which one will you choose? Price is same.

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Looking for another tv. Room is bright but I can control lighting. Which one will you choose? Price is same.
Isn't the Panasonic OLED? I would go with the OLED if you can spare the extra money. OLED when I see it in stores every week is just special. The picture quality is beyond anything I have ever seen. The contrast and color and if course those incredible black or dark scenes are just amazing.
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Isn't the Panasonic OLED? I would go with the OLED if you can spare the extra money. OLED when I see it in stores every week is just special. The picture quality is beyond anything I have ever seen. The contrast and color and if course those incredible black or dark scenes are just amazing.
I already have two OLEDs at home. Not willing to spend extra $ on larger size OLED since I change my tv frequently.

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I already have two OLEDs at home. Not willing to spend extra $ on larger size OLED since change I my tv frequently.
Oh then forget that then, just get a very large, cheaper LCD/LED. I personally hate Samsung but whatever floats your boat in regards to LED TVs.
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Oh then forget that then, just get a very large, cheaper LCD/LED. I personally hate Samsung but whatever floats your boat in regards to LED TVs.
Price is same for 75 Q90 and 65 GZ2000.

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Price is same for 75 Q90 and 65 GZ2000.
Well that is up to you. I would save money and go with a 75 inch TCL but this is your house and your TV. It's all up to you and what you want.
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Isn't the Panasonic OLED? I would go with the OLED if you can spare the extra money. OLED when I see it in stores every week is just special. The picture quality is beyond anything I have ever seen. The contrast and color and if course those incredible black or dark scenes are just amazing.
I already have two OLEDs at home. Not willing to spend extra $ on larger size OLED since I change my tv frequently.
You change your tv frequently anyways so just go for the bigger one. I’m jealous because I don’t have the space for anything bigger than 65”.
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Price is same for 75 Q90 and 65 GZ2000.
What about the TCL 75" 8 series? I'm hearing it can hang with Q90 and its much cheaper.

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From those two choices, I would go panasonic GZ2000. Samsung does not have DV on any of their TV's and to me it's an important consideration when selecting TV. GZ2000 would have better contrast as it's Oled. And Samsung Q90R higher brightness specification does not point out that Samsung dimming algorithm reduces brightness in portions of the screen to control blooming.
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What about the TCL 75" 8 series? I'm hearing it can hang with Q90 and its much cheaper.
Don'the TCL have horrible colour banding in low quality content? Or it's sorted?
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Don'the TCL have horrible colour banding in low quality content? Or it's sorted?
I dont know, I know it blooms a lot less, especially with subtitles. I haven't heard or paid attention to how it does in low quality content.

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