SAMSUNG 75-inch Class QLED Q80T Series – 4K UHD Direct Full Array 12X Quantum HDR 12X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN75Q80TAFXZA 2020 Model) Specs and Reviews
- DIRECT FULL ARRAY 12X (85″, 75″, 65″ & 55″): Controlled backlights offer deeper contrast for richer blacks and brighter whites
- ULTRA VIEWING ANGLE WITH ANTI-GLARE: Engineered to reduce glare and enhance color, providing a vibrant picture no matter where you sit
- QUANTUM HDR 12X (85″, 75″, 65″ & 55″): Fine-tuned shades of cinematic color make details leap off the screen
- QUANTUM PROCESSOR 4K: This powerful processor uses deep learning AI to transform everything you watch into stunning 4K
- OBJECTIVE TRACKING SOUND: Two top and two bottom built-in TV speakers adjust the sound to follow the action
- ALEXA BUILT-IN: Ask more from your TV. Just ask Alexa to open apps, change the channel, search for movies and shows , play music, control your smart home devices and more. To talk to Alexa, press and hold the mic button on your remote. If you have hands-free enabled just say, “Alexa” and ask a question
- Dimensions: 65.8 x 37.7 x 2.1″, 75.8 lb (Without Stand) 65.8 x 40.8 x 12.5″, 88.8 lb (With Stand)
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I had waited for the 2020 model, hoping there would be more improvements.One plus: AirPlay connectivity is much more reliable than on their 2019 Q90R .The built-in speakers are also so much better.Gamma was easy to adjust to get near-perfect.#1 had two dead pixels that developed within a month.I needed low input lag and at least 120hz refresh rate.It is the 75inch.”.The corners came up easily, and peeled off the frame without an issue.The support by Amazon to resolve the issue was fantastic.During daylight hours the picture quality is outright POOR.I received a great many compliments on that TV from guests who visited us.Both Samsung and Asurion customer service were unable to help.The ultra low latency and upscaling makes this TV perfect for gaming.Amazon handled refund and return with no issues, +1 star.There is a “rainbow” effect on the screen that streaks across the TV if any light is on in the room (lamp, high hat etc.But more and more each year, they ruin it with all kinds of “Smart” features.at least give me the option to control the tv via buttons or the like that are accessablethat being said, pitcure is great in 4K, Fallout 76 in game mode is a bit slower than it was on my old tv and you have to do a hard restart to get Amazon Video to work about ever other day.Pros:– Outstanding picture quality– Life-like smoothness in gaming and movies– Fantastic app support with quick loading of each app– Impressive ease of useCons:– None so farMy Q80T came today in a pristine box and packaging.
I am sorry I cannot share the photo that is on my iPhone, but it shows how the screen reflects every light colored feature and shadow in the room in which it is installed; this is what you see along with the projected image.The sound quality is surprisingly good though.I wanted a larger TV and was a bit soured on OLED due to a burn in issue hence, we decided to go QLED this time.I have had the new QLED 65″ TV for a few days.Pros:– Fantastic picture quality at this price point– True 120hz panel– Due to ^ judder-free 24p playback – Very low input lag– HDR– HDMI 2.To input a specific channel number takes 4 times as long as other remotes due to the necessity of doing so with an on-screen keyboard.A half hour into initial set-up, I noticed a dead pixel about 4 inches left-up from the center of the screen.I was also interested in blacker blacks and a bit more brightness.This is our 2nd QLED, and our 6th Samsung, at home in various rooms, and we have 2 in business office.Day one right out of the box and dead pixels all over the place this was my second attempt at trying to make this TV work I think I’m going to just give up on Samsung and go with Sony.Much better than I had imagined.When using the Amazon Prime app I am able to watch a single show.Colors are so much brighter and more vibrant.1 HDMI.Motion blur is mediocre.Bought the 65″ Q80T to upgrade my 60″ UN60ES7500F bought in 2012 in my family room.I have owned it for a week, and have used the Disney + app, Youtube app, Samsung tv plus, and have connected my Wii U, Nintendo Switch, PS3, & regular PS4 to it.They make this setting so they can get the energy star approval rating.That company’s drivers brought the TV on the promised date but stated they had been instructed to just leave the box, no “white glove service” for set up and removal of trash, was to be provided due to COVID-19.Samsung’s sleek design can’t keep me as its customer after spending over 1k on a new flatscreen.
I’ve got nothing against the brand and I like the OS.Also when a bright image is on a black screen the backlighting does have a slight glow to the edges of the image.Then I noticed some choppiness on hockey games.The picture on the new tv is admittedly far superior, though.Spoke to Samsung technical support twice yesterday, the day I unboxed the TV, for 4 hours, and their work around is to to unplug the TV and the Cable box for 30 seconds and plug them back in, EVERY TIME I TURN ON THE TV.After agonizing over endless reviews, ratings, and analysis, I settled on this Samsu g q80t .It won’t turn “on” unless it is unplugged from the wall power and plugged back in.now, and though I like it there were some issues.The picture quality is some of the best I have seen and there were no dead pixels on my screen.That being said it does support HDR10+ which would be a leg up and Xbox will support that standard eventually.Unfortunately the best screens and features don’t come down below 55″ for a good price.I used the same Cheetah mount, but had to order another set of bolts, because the holes were too deep.Picture is fine for an LED TV, but these glitches are serious problems:1.I normally use it in Natural mode.instead of a ball of light reflecting on the screen witch is normal I got that plus a rainbow the whole way across for every light in the room including the ones 25 feet away .Contacted Comcast and after 6 phone calls with tech support and finally a knowledgeable technician coming to my home the issue was fixed.Perfect for our home.Unlike previous Samsung models, there is no way to decrease the dynamic range in any mode so you are reduced to holding the remote while you watch and turning the sound up to hear voices and immediately turning it down when action parts are played.I go to set it up and on the home screen is displaying sponsored content from advertisers.My main sources are over-the-air reception and the internet via a dedicated computer.