SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series Mini LED Quantum HDR 32x Dolby AtmosObject Tracking Sound+Anti-GlareUltra Viewing QN85QN90BAFXZA2022 Review

SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series Mini LED Quantum HDR 32x Dolby AtmosObject Tracking Sound+Anti-GlareUltra Viewing AngleSmart TVBluetooth with Alexa Built-In(QN85QN90BAFXZA2022 Model) Product Review

  • QUANTUM MATRIX WITH MINI LEDs: Brilliant details shine even in daylight; Powered by a huge grid of Samsung’s ultra precise Quantum Mini LEDs, it takes exact control of the individual zones of light in your picture for breathtaking color and contrast
  • QUANTUM HDR 32X: Every detail bursts to life with realistic contrast and brilliance; With HDR 32X and its wide range of vivid shades of color, you’ll discover all the nuances in the latest movies and shows made for High Dynamic Range
  • NEO QUANTUM PROCESSOR WITH 4K UPSCALING: See all you enjoy upscaled to spectacular 4K resolution; The Neo Quantum Processor 4K uses AI based deep learning to analyze your content and optimize it to full 4K
  • ANTI-GLARE WITH ULTRA VIEWING ANGLE: You’ve got the best view from every seat. Designed to reduce glare and deliver brilliant color across your screen, Ultra Viewing Angle makes sure you’ve got amazing picture quality, from virtually anywhere in the room
  • DOLBY ATMOS & OBJECT TRACKING SOUND+: Experience realistic 3D sound that puts you in the middle of the action with OTS+; From strategically placed speakers behind the screen, you’ll hear the getaway car drive from one side to the other, and feel the fighter jet fly overhead; Plus with Dolby Atmos built-in, hear the rain from above and the explosion from beyond
  • SMART CALIBRATION: Enjoy your screen the way the director intended—in just a couple of clicks; With Smart Calibration, you have professional-quality screen calibration at your fingertips; Simply enhance your screen right from your smartphone in only 7 to 12 minutes
  • EYE COMFORT MODE: Staring at your TV, Set your sights on a more soothing screen with Comfort Mode; With sunrise and sunset times built in, it intelligently adapts your display and reduces blue light to help keep your eyes more comfortable
  • SMART TV WITH MULTIPLE VOICE ASSISTANTS: This TV comes with your favorite voice assistants built-in and ready to help.  Choose from Bixby, Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant

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3 thoughts on “SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series Mini LED Quantum HDR 32x Dolby AtmosObject Tracking Sound+Anti-GlareUltra Viewing QN85QN90BAFXZA2022 Review”

GnygB says:

This one is superior in picture quality in almost every way – super bright, very sharp, etc.Two things surprised me, one, while the picture quality is excellent it often requires adjustments to be excellent.Had a 55-inch QN90A, which was also outstanding, and upgraded to this 65-inch QN90B.There is still minor blooming around very bright objects like subtitles on black background, however, but it is what it is and is to be expected.We are not disappointed.IT HAS SO MANY FEATURES LIKE DIMMING IN DARK ROOMS.All references are comparing the 2.I will say, our room is south facing so it’s great around daylight, but at night… we really do need to turn off the dining/kitchen lights behind us because it DOES scatter a rainbow pattern across the screen that’s distracting in dark scenes.At least this TV hasn’t quit working after 2 months like the Toshiba / Amazon Fire TV I’d purchased earlier in the year.Would buy again.The combination of a large seamless desktop with a high refresh rate is very appealing to me..There’s no excuse for the cumbersome nature of the remote control interface software.My aunt came over this morning and said it looked like the house was on fire.Within 3 months of experiences with my new TV, I felt like the gaming is always smooth but when watching higher resolution films the highlight seems a bit off.Period.It’s a shame that the UI brings the overall experience down.

kpzNo says:

The mid unit stand is brilliant!Amazing picture quality.The HDR picture is amazing, almost 3d-ish, and is super bright.I see things I don’t recall seeing before.You get the best of both worlds if you’re an avid console and PC gamer like myself.Image retention comes from years of watch OTA channels that have some sort of static image at the bottom of the screen, maybe a station identifier, weather info, etc.Needs back-lighting.The primary reasons were the input lag and video quality.I’ve contacted support, received a new remote, reset to factory default, reset and repaired remote, done all the troubleshooting steps, had a technician out, and there’s been no resolution for this issue.Makes you feel you are there.I’m also surprised by the sound quality with it being such a thin display.Sun shines directly into it all afternoon which made watching tv impossible.Having checked connections, I went through set up inspite of flickering in the hopes that it would self correct.I don’t regret it at all! It’s such a massive uprade from my 34″ AOC gaming monitor, at least visually.Black levels like an OLED and I can see into those blacks.Concrete example: changing the input device requires that you hit the home button, navigate to a sun menu, and then another submenu while, simultaneously, there is a button on the remote dedicated to a niche feature which allows you to use two screens at once… I’m not sure why they chose to make the first so hard and the latter so easy but this is just one of many examples.I bought a Pearlsmith swivel stand To go with it and couldn’t be happier .I decided to purchase it and give it a shot.Only 2 downsides, the User interface is trash because its too cluttered and not very easy to navigate.

sBUTLd says:

Excellent quality, box opened previously but tv had not ever been removed from box.The rest of the real estate has been monetized by Samsung, including a large line of “On Now” images.I was really disappointed by the Amount of Advertisement I was hit with after purchasing this expensive TV with no way to turn it off.43″ is great for the above.The TV soon died thereafter.BTW.The peak brightness was really needed for my space, the contrast was fantastic and it was basically the best LCD I have ever seen.Fast movement? Artifacts.The picture is as good as any non oled but with the new Samsung oled technology I don’t see why you wouldn’t go with that instead.The audio is delayed and so the person speaking will move their lips and 3 seconds later the delayed audio kicks in. We bought this TV as a replacement for another Samsung TV which had a growing dark spot after 2 years.Screen seems like it’s tearing no matter what I watch.Pugged in 2 HDMI devices and my 4K DVD.It has all the hardware to do it, but the firmware support is so buggy and fickle, you’ll never get it working reliably enough to be able to use it.Everything takes excessive steps as menus turn to submenus.

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