Newbie to this forum here and looking for other peoples opinions on what to purchase.
Background info is as follows:
Big open bright room with lots of windows. Currently have a Vizio M651D-A2R that is extremely beautiful to me (both the set and the pq...especially the...
So how many people here in this forum own the Samsung UN55F9000AFXZA 55" 4K TV?
What are your thoughts about it after owning it and how long have you had the tv so far?
If you had it calibrated what was used to calibrate it? Was it calibrated with a 1080p source disc or did someone have a...
Well I won a drawing and the prize is a Samsung 55" UHD F9000. Yes I'm quite blown away. I pick it up tomorrow and can't wait to play with it. I know there's not much in the way of 4K content available. So I'm curious if I should have much in the way of expectations from upscaling. I don't do...
I just bought the Samsung UN55F9000 and I am wondering if anyone around here has altered the out of the box settings to get the best picture. 4 years ago I bought the UN46C8000 and Best Buy came a professionally calibrated it, the best buy employee informed me that there arent...
I'm in the market for buying a new TV and I'm thinking of getting the Samsung UN55F9000 so I get 4K and sometime in the next year I can buy the updated box that will have HDMI 2.0 in it. The only issue I see is that the panel only supports 4k at 30 Hz (due to the limitation of HDMI 1.4). With...
With all the talk about 4K I have some questions:
1. In the past 10 years, I've read over and over again that for TV sizes under 50" and at normal viewing distances, humans are unable to discern a difference between 720p and 1080p. Now that we have 4k, is there a similar argument to be made...
I am hoping someone here can help. I am in the market for a new TV. I was looking at the 60f8000 and the 55f9000. The 55 in 9000 is about $400 more at my local BB after discounts. I am having a hard time deciding though. It may be silly, but I can't decide is the $400 worth the upgrade? ...
I am looking to buy the Samsung Model: UN55F9000AFXZA in the next few weeks. If anyone has any experience with this set can you please let me know good or bad. Just trying to do some research before I make my purchase.
I am looking to purchase either the Sony or the Samsung 4k tv and I am looking for some help. If anyone on here has had any personal experience with either and would like to share their thoughts that would be very much appreciated. Any other advice regarding the 4k tv would be appreciated...
Seems to apply to all or most retailers:
Samsung UN55F9000AFXZA: $2999
Samsung UN65F9000AFXZA: $4499
Sony XBR65X850A : $4499
Sony XBR55X850A : $2999
Sony XBR65X900A : $4999
Sony XBR55X900A : $3499
LG 65LA9650 : $4499
LG 55LA9650 : $2999
LG 55LA9700 : $3999
This procedures probably is for all UHD...
I have seen the Sony and Samsung 55" 4k TVs at Best Buy. They look great. I was able to see the Sony with some BluRay 2k content, and it looked good.
However, I read articles on CNET that say that 4k is not a factor at my seating distance.
Here are my parameters:
Did anyone see the Ultra HD commercial during the EMMYS? That was one stunning display and one stunning way to support it. Makes me almost want to buy one, and I swore I would not even consider UHD for 10 years.
Just this second I switched tabs on one of Value Electronics's sites and the price dropped by $1,500 on the 65" F9000 and the 55" dropped by $1k. I assume this is the new price, but may be a temporary reduction or a VE sale, not sure, but I am very happy to see these new UHD TVs prices come...
So, the Samsung 55" OLED is finally here. According to every review (cnet, digital trends, HD Guru, etc) the holy grail of picture quality has arrived. The dream of perfect blacks and infinite contrast ratio is here, and can be had for a measly 9000.00:eek: which is still 5000.00 cheaper then...
Samsung UN55F9000, UN65F9000, and UN85S9 models should be out at the end of July. These units are said to be back lit, full array with local dimming. Of course that will make for a nice price tag.
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