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Samsung QN82Q80R

82" Q80R Smart QLED 4K UHD TV with HDR (2019)

MFR # QN82Q80RAFXZA

Samsung QN82Q80R

Samsung QN82Q80R

82" Q80R Smart QLED 4K UHD TV with HDR (2019)

MFR # QN82Q80RAFXZA

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So far, so good

Crutchfield customer from Cincinnati, OH on 12/7/2019

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Detail and color are great. The HDR adds "pop" without being distracting. The smart features all seem to work well so far. The interface is pretty simple and easy to navigate through despite the fact that the TV has a lot of features.

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Service with a smile

Crutchfield customer from Wesley Chapel, FL on 11/5/2019

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Service with a smile and knowledgeable.

Pros: Great smart tv. Great price

Cons: None

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Great, not Exceptional

Stephen from Virginia Beach, VA on 10/25/2019

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After buying an LG OLED less than 2 years ago & experiencing moderate to severe screen burn-in, I was ready to try something more reliable & stable. As a moderate stereo nerd, I researched various large-screen TVs and the Samsung QLED kept coming in 2nd place to OLEDs but because it's an LCD screen its nots supposed to experience screen burn-in. So far the Samsung picture is "great", but it is not "stunning" like an OLED. The contrast is a little odd & difficult to get right and some colors seem over-driven (reds & greens). Samsung's "QLED" is a marketing gimmick to make their product sound more OLED-like but its still an old fashioned LCD TV with a lot of computing going on behind the scenes. Is the Samsung QLED image display as good or better than my older LG OLED? Nope. Not even close. However, as a retired couple who is at home all the time with some form of news playing in the background, we don't want to wonder in fear if our TV is going burn-in with station ID tags or news crawls. A small note about TV size: we stepped up our TV size from 65" to 82" due to our large family room and I'm not sure "bigger is better" in this case. When going so large as 82" all the shortfalls become evident of either the programming source (inferior resolution shows & commercials) and/or the TVs inability to properly up-scale the image to 2K or 4K. Bottom line: the Samsung QLED is a nice TV but still not quite there as compared to an OLED.

Pros: No screen burn-in Bright image display 4K source looks great

Cons: Image not as good as an OLED Physically heavy (90lbs) Amateur menus Over-reliance on voice control Poorly designed remote

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Samsung QN82Q80R

Crutchfield customer from Kapolei, HI on 10/24/2019

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Picture as expected. Great customer service and fast delivery. Very satisfied

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Samsung QN82Q80R

Crutchfield customer from Port St Lucie, FL on 9/30/2019

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great tv - made the right decision - should have brought from crutchfiled sooner.

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Samsung QN82Q80R

Christopher from Hutto, TX on 9/20/2019

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I love this tv. It was a massive upgrade from my Samsung KS8000. I almost went OLED, but you can't get a large OLED for under 5500.

Pros: Viewing angle and size

Cons: No Dolby vision

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Great TV with 1 huge issue

Crutchfield customer from Gorham, ME on 8/13/2019

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Great overall tv with exceptional white and black levels. Watching Netflix in full 4K and HDR is amazing. However the Auto Motion Plus on this TV is terrible and Samsung needs to look into the choppiness that it causes. With it completely off it looks a bit better but you still get some motion blur. On a side note if your looking to use this TV with a Xbox One X as I was for the Freesync you will not be able to have both Freesync and Dolby Atmos sound at the same time. You can have one or the other. Hopefully Samsung and Xbox figure out how to accomplish both at the same time through a firmware update. Because Freesync was a main reason I purchased the Samsung tv over Sony.

Pros: HDR Color and white and black levels

Cons: Unnatural motion No FreeSync combined with Dolby Atmos sound.

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