Reviews and Problems with Samsung UA65F9000 / UE65F9000 / UN65F9000
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Waste of money
Glen R, Amazon
7 days ago
Summary: There is no 4K content livable nor are their any plans to begin distributing 4K content. Don't waste your money on a pipe dream. When content begins coming on line the prices will drop. In the mean time this is just a showoff piece for people who have more money than brains.
Summary: To message is to most of you wondering why your Tv's are acting up & why you feel like your being over charged !. these Tv's all Tv's are purchase like a bag of candies by the bundle ! go to alibaba.com and spend 1/4 of your money get the same results same manufactory warranty you can still buy the extended warranty online to cover the Tv and kick back and enjoy yr movie and the money you save amazon does!
Summary: A good nickname for this UHD TV is "OLED Jr." Definitely the next best thing to the $40,000 OLEDs, for under $3,500. The picture quality for Blu-ray, 3D, and DirecTV broadcasts via the Samsung HT-F9730W Home Theater system is absolutely top notch. In my opinion, the Netflix and Amazon Video apps on both the TV and HT are subpar. Surprisingly, the video quality is not nearly as good as streaming via my Sony PS3 on my 5 year old UN55B8000.
Summary: We went through two of these tv's. Both had bad front panels with major hotspotting/cloudiness. This TV had promise - the picture was great unless you were watching a show that was darker. The blacks were pretty weak. We even had a professional calibrator come in to make sure our settings were good. We constantly had light eminating from both bottom corners. The first set ended up looking like two spotlights shining from the two bottom corners.
Summary: In my opionion, Calibrated correctly this tv better than any 65 inch tv I've seen(including the sony 4k tvs). (I have an xbr series sony lcd as well). This tv's 3d literally looks like you're looking into a window most of the time. No one in my family has got a headache or had any negative experiences with it. The free 4k content from samsung is mind blowing. The tv does have a lot of features, but I don't see that as a negative.
Summary: Like others said there can be some blurring and minor tweaks required to get the TV to an optimal state but for the most part out of the box all aspects of this tv are amazing. My only knock is that buying early means waiting for additional content to come out to truly be bale to show it off to guests and family. No doubt you will be amazed.
Summary: I've now owned this TV about a month. When watching regular TV programs its really no different from a 1080p TV. On some non 720p/1080i TV programs it can look bad with ghosting/motion blur. The simple fact is the TV has to create millions of pixels where their is non. But watching 1080p the picture looks as good or better than a 1080p TV. Watching the Olympics or sports it looks amazingly clear, a lot more vivid, the picture really stands out, real crisp.
Summary: 02/22/2014 this t.v. was purchased on 11/2013 & at the moment we are experiencing internal technical issues. the t.v. takes over 20 minutes to turn on due to what we assume is " internal technical problems" . SO we contacted geek squad and they sent a technician. The technician just left and so far we are not happy with their protocol and how the tech handled the issue. We were expecting two techs due to the tv being big and mounted and only one came.