Reviews and Problems with Samsung UA65F8000 / UE65F8000 / UN65F8000
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Simon Hoare, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: For the primary purpose one buys a TV - for the image - this television is stunning. BuRay content is outrageous, regular DVDs are good and Netflx 'Super HD' is wonderful. As far as i can tell I have no defects in the image of any sort. I'm less impressed with the 'smart' aspect of the UI. I doesn't have the simplicity of the Apple TV and adding/removing an app is not as obvious as I would expect.
Summary: I can't believe I waited as long as I did to get a new TV. This picture on this thing is just Stellar. The Smart bub is a great concept and offers a lot of features but one can get lost getting everything setup and configured. One done though, you're golden. The built in speakers are a little disappointing but that has to be expected I guess with the slimness of the TV. The stand should raise the TV a little higher to allow for a sound bar to be placed under the screen.
Summary: The picture quality on this unit is staggering! Honestly I expected to be blown away based upon the cost of the unit... I'm glad that I was! SmartTV integration was SEAMLESS! I was shocked at how all my equipment worked (DISH Hopper/SONY BluRay) through the SmartTV interface. Remote integration was also near perfect!
Summary: After 6 months of waiting, since I was in the middle of home renovations, I finally got my big screen tv. Not the 70" Sharp LED with Quattron that I had originally planned on purchasing, but the 65" F8000 Samsung, and I'm not sorry at all. The quality of the Samsung is so super bright & sharp, and the colors are just breath-taking.
Pros: Bright display, Lightweight, Realistic color, very energy-efficient
Summary: A few months ago we finished off our basement. I began the search for a TV that could be used in the theatre I had planned to put in. We have windows that get a lot of natural sunlight where the theatre space is so I needed something that could compete with the sunlight for my wife during the day but looked incredible in dimmed / dark conditions for movies as well in the evenings.
Summary: I researched TVs for the last year. Looked at Sonys, Vizios, Sharps, and Samsungs, including the 4k models. Through the course of research, I went through the different brands, and finally got to see all the top models of each brand in person. All were pretty good with the Sony 4k set really being the best, but that was only with a 4K signal being sent to it. It was also more than $5K in price.