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Samsung QLED TVs get fire-proof design certification




Samsung Electronics obtained certification for the 2020 model QLED 65 and 75, 'Fire Cause Prevention and Risk Reduction Design Structure' from German testing and certification agency TUV Rheinland.

TUV Rheinland is headquartered in Cologne, Germany. It is a global testing and certification organization that provides test, inspection, certification, and evaluation services in various fields such as quality, safety, environment, and performance in more than 500 branches worldwide

http://www.etnews.com/20200103000160?mc=em_005_0003
 

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Samsung QLED TVs get fire-proof design certification




Samsung Electronics obtained certification for the 2020 model QLED 65 and 75, 'Fire Cause Prevention and Risk Reduction Design Structure' from German testing and certification agency TUV Rheinland.

TUV Rheinland is headquartered in Cologne, Germany. It is a global testing and certification organization that provides test, inspection, certification, and evaluation services in various fields such as quality, safety, environment, and performance in more than 500 branches worldwide

http://www.etnews.com/20200103000160?mc=em_005_0003

Wow this is shaping up to be the most insignificant CES! Hopefully dual layer pulls through!
 

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Samsung QLED TVs get fire-proof design certification




Samsung Electronics obtained certification for the 2020 model QLED 65 and 75, 'Fire Cause Prevention and Risk Reduction Design Structure' from German testing and certification agency TUV Rheinland.

TUV Rheinland is headquartered in Cologne, Germany. It is a global testing and certification organization that provides test, inspection, certification, and evaluation services in various fields such as quality, safety, environment, and performance in more than 500 branches worldwide

http://www.etnews.com/20200103000160?mc=em_005_0003
So not only are the safe from burn in, but the entire fire!
 

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Samsung QLED TVs get fire-proof design certification




Samsung Electronics obtained certification for the 2020 model QLED 65 and 75, 'Fire Cause Prevention and Risk Reduction Design Structure' from German testing and certification agency TUV Rheinland.

TUV Rheinland is headquartered in Cologne, Germany. It is a global testing and certification organization that provides test, inspection, certification, and evaluation services in various fields such as quality, safety, environment, and performance in more than 500 branches worldwide

http://www.etnews.com/20200103000160?mc=em_005_0003
So not only are the safe from burn in, but the entire fire!
Lol!!! Perhaps their water proof tv rated for 30 minutes at 3 feet under water will be ready for next years show!
 

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I’m solely interested in more options in the 85”+ range. I’ve been at 78” since I purchased my first 4K set in late 2013, and I’m holding out for something bigger. I’m sure I’m not alone in that respect. It baffles me that so many manufacturers are pushing 8K—an incremental advancement most users won’t notice or desire—over size, which everyone notices. Dream for me is something at circa 100” for under $20k. Likely?
 

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They will not.

But before you come to any conclusions, watch this great comparison of HDR10 and Dolby Vision. They are 50/50.

https://youtu.be/do6l3frfLcQ
Disappointing. I may have to wait another year until 2021 now to get something else.

I don't want to buy another set that does not support the "premium" version of HDR. I also don't want to deal with the burn in issues of OLED. I want a bright quantum dot set that supports Dolby Vision.

From my subjective viewing at best Buy the Samsung QLED sets looked very good. The blacks were very marginally better on the OLED. Vibrant colors and brightness were much better on the QLED.
 

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Very better or marginally better or hardly unnoticeable?
Marginally better and hardly noticeable both mean the same to me, and that is where I would put it.

The better colors and brightness on the QLED were much more noticeable than any black improvements on the OLED. They also don't play the same demo over all of the TVs. Each brand seems to have its own content playing.
 
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