Summary: Awesome TV, but more features than anyone could possibly use. I had previously purcahased a 2014 model 70" vizio, but wasn't completely satisfied with the picture. I know now, that its more about the signal. The samsung has, only a slightly better picture, but it's stunning to look at placed on top of our entertainment console. Definitely a cool TV, if money isn't a factor.
Summary: I couldn't be happier with this TV. This picture quality is outstanding and the thin bezel design looks outstanding mounted on the wall. The speakers kind of suck, but that's status quo, so I'd recommend adding a quality soundbar or speaker system.
Summary: This is my fourth Samsung tv, and this is by far the best one yet. The picture is so big, clear and vivd it almost seems weird to watch as the picture is too life like. I also have a 64" plasma with 600 hz refresh and this tv has a much clearer picture. Don't get me wrong both are great pictures but the 75" is just stunning.
Summary: I spent weeks checking out higher-end 65+ inch smart TVs, including the new 4K sets. I almost bought the Sony 4K, which was hands down the most detailed picture I'd ever seen, just stunning. But after thinking about it, I decided it would be years before there was enough 4K content out there to worth it, and this beauty was the clear winner. Super-warm picture. Very vivid hi-def. Complete feature set.
Summary: Love everything about this TV. I sit about 12 to 14 feet from this TV. Getting a credenza for it was difficult, but I found a beautiful one with Bassett. I could pick my own wood color and that was a great match to the rest of my furniture. The piece was 76 inches long. It was just right for my 75" T V.
Samsung UN75F8000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Ultra Slim Smart LED HDTV
pkl amazon, Amazon
15 December 2013
Summary: I've had this TV for about a month now (UN75F8000 1080p 240 Hz 3D Ultra Slim Smart LED HDTV). The picture quality is absolutely amazing short of 4K. I was between purchasing a 4K 65 inch TV and this 75 inch 1080p LED TV. 4K has not been perfected or optimized as of yet and there are limited things that you can watch on 4K. Plus the price is a little out of my range (25 - 30K for 84-85 inch TVs).