I’m not a Samsung fan lately. I would tell you to get an oled. They probably get much brighter than the 1080p tv you are replacing so it shouldn’t be an issue. I have sun that directly shines on my oled for a couple hours a day it doesn’t cause issues. But since you are not, I wouldn’t worry too much about Dolby vision or hdr10+. I’m not 100% sure if the Apple TV will switch to hdr10 in iTunes but I think it does. I’m pretty sure Netflix does. Maybe somebody can correct me on that. So buy what looks the best to you. That is what is most important. If you buy a “lesser” tv in your mind it will always be a “lesser” tv to you.Hello all. I am buying a new 75+ for the family room. It has 18’ of sliding glass door perpendicular to the tv wall (about 10-15 feet away from center of TV). So I want something that handles that light well (bright, anti reflective). Also it’s a larger room so wide viewing angle is a very big plus.
I was looking at Sam Q80, I love that it is QLED so the picture quality for watching movies at night will be awesome. It also has great brightness, good viewing angle, and gaming friendly features. But it has HDR10+ and not DV. We (for better or worse) are completely invested in Apple digital media (abandoned physical media years ago). All Apple digital media appears to be going to support DV and not HDR10+.
Should I make my purchase decision around which of these two formats is supported by the TV?
The Sony 950G would be the unit I would look at next. It supports DV, but appears to have lesser video quality than the Q80, so I feel like I’d be getting a worse TV just for the DV feature.