Reviews and Problems with Samsung UA55F9000 / UE55F9000 / UN55F9000
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Samsung UN55F9000 Review
17 November 2013
Conclusion: Samsung’s F9000 is an outstanding television. Then again, so is the F8000, which happens to cost about $1,700 less online. The big differences are the ability to take advantage of 4K material when it comes available and an easy upgrade path via Samsung’s One Connect box.
Pros: Brilliant, bright picture, Strong screen uniformity, Above-average black levels, Upgradable One Connect box, Attractive design
Cons: Expensive, 4K content remains scarce at this time, Annoyingly finicky IR remote control, Unnecessary pop-up reminders
Conclusion: The Samsung HU8550 series of LED televisions is packed with features and despite some picture issues, it performs the best of the 4K panels we've tested. 1080p is still a better bet right now, but If you're set on a 4K TV, it should be at the top of your list.
Pros: Full-featured. Elegant, utilitarian design. 4K output is stunning.
Cons: Mediocre black levels. Colors run slightly cool. Poor input lag. Native 4K content is still rare.
Excerpt: Les écrans 4k / Ultra-HD arrivent et ne se ressemblent pas. Dernier en date, ce Samsung F9000 propose un parti-pris radicalement différent de la concurrence en matière de définition. Pas certain que ça plaise à tout le monde pour l’instant.