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Samsung 65" Class 4K 3D Ready LED TV

  • Model: UN65F9000
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Screen Class
65" Class
Display Type
4K LED TV
Display Resolution
3,840 x 2,160 Display Resolution with 120Hz Technology
Internet Connectivity
Smart TV w/ Built-In WiFi
3D Capability
3D Capable
HDMI/PC Inputs
4 HDMI Inputs
HD Component Video Inputs
1 HD Component Video Input
Audio Output
Digital Audio Output
Local Dimming Technology
Yes
Additional Features
Ultra-High Definition, 4K Dynamic Upscaling, Smart TV 2.0 finds movies and TV shows you like. Speak into the Smart Touch Remote or use gestures to swipe and navigate within the 5 Smart Hub Content Panels, Micro Dimming Ultimate dsiplays a picture that is as true-to-life as possible by maximizing the the contrast between light and dark. Precision Black (Local Dimming) produces a much greater increase in contrast and black levels by dimming LEDs behind dark areas of the picture.
Internet Applications
Smart TV with Full Web Browser
Call Out Feature
Quad Core Processor Built-In
Additional Sizes
Also Available in 55"
Dimensions
57.6(w) X 33.0(h) X 1.6(d)
Shipping Weight
92 lbs
Warranty Terms - Parts
12 Months
Warranty Terms - Labor
12 Months
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User Manual
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Samsung 65" Class 4K 3D Ready LED TV
 
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(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

TERRIBLE TV

By Vinny

from Tappan,NY

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Pros

  • All the connections options I could ever need
  • Best looking TV out there
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Energy Efficient
  • Good Remote Control
  • Reduced Glare

Cons

  • Poor Image Quality
  • Poor Sound Quality

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    Comments about Samsung 65" Class 4K 3D Ready LED TV:

    Still scene's are beautiful to look at. 4K is impressive and upscaling to 4K looks good on slow to still images. Now any type of movement(not just action scenes) has a rediculous amount of motion blur/ghosting. It was unbelievably bad. I had a P.C. Richards tech and a Samsung tech come out to look at the TV. My sources were good. They said it was just the poor design of the TV. I returned the Samsung and bought a Sony XBR65X900A 4K TV. And the picture on the Sony is amazing with absolutely no motion blur.

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