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Samsung UA65H8000 / UE65H8000 / UN65H8000

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Samsung UE65H8000 Curved LED HD TV review

Channel5
4 October 2014
  • Summary: The Samsung UE65H8000 is a gorgeous television set that will no doubt look the business in your living room and is jam-packed full of top-notch features that work a treat. We're not totally convinced by the curved screen, and at its £2,799 price point we'd have expected to see 4K to future proof you for the next few years, but it's still a brilliant set. Samsung's latest TV represents the bleeding edge for full HD sets, and it'd be a stretch to find much better.
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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Ease of use 9
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Sound quality 8
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Build quality 8
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Samsung UE65H8000

AVForums
21 August 2014
  • Conclusion: Unsurprisingly, Samsung have delivered yet another quality TV in the form of the UE65H8000. The Korean giant has been on something of a roll this year and it doesn’t look like this will be stopping any time soon. The H8000 makes for a very classy Full HD TV with a minimalist but suitably contemporary design. The build quality is good and there are plenty of connections around the back but the ‘arch curve’ stand can’t be swivelled.
  • Pros: Great blacks and contrast ratio, Reference greyscale and colour accuracy, Excellent video processing, Superb Smart TV System, Effective motion controller
  • Cons: Not Ultra HD 4K, No built-in camera, Relatively expensive
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Overall 8
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Value for money 8
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Ease of use 9
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Sound quality 8
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Build quality 8
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Samsung UE65H8000

AVForums
21 August 2014
  • Conclusion: Unsurprisingly, Samsung have delivered yet another quality TV in the form of the UE65H8000. The Korean giant has been on something of a roll this year and it doesn’t look like this will be stopping any time soon. The H8000 makes for a very classy Full HD TV with a minimalist but suitably contemporary design. The build quality is good and there are plenty of connections around the back but the ‘arch curve’ stand can’t be swivelled.
  • Pros: Great blacks and contrast ratio, Reference greyscale and colour accuracy, Excellent video processing, Superb Smart TV System, Effective motion controller
  • Cons: Not Ultra HD 4K, No built-in camera, Relatively expensive
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

The Gadget Show
1 week ago
  • Summary: Meet the Samsung UE65H8000 LED HD TV, one of Samsung's latest monstrous television sets that measures up at a huge 65-inches and also boasts an unusual curved display - something Michael Bay struggled to comment on when he fumbled away on stage at this year's CES. Samsung is promising top notch image quality, extra immersion thanks to the curve and plenty of bang for your wallet-crunching buck.
  • Pros: Samsung's latest UE65H8000 is a monster of a TV, and that's not just because of its 65-inch screen size. It's also a curved beast, which takes a little bit more space than your typical flat telly, but we're not totally convinced by the usefulness of having a curved screen. Imagine having a bunch of friends around to watch a movie on the screen, each of them dotted around the room, looking at the TV at different angles - that will diminish the viewing experience that S...
  • Cons: Samsung's 65-inch wonder is a top-notch set, but we have a few minor problems with it. For starters, we found a little bit of lag in the default viewing options when playing games, but it's not a total deal breaker for the untrained eye. Samsung has included a Game mode to switch to when you’re playing your favourite titles, but the lag is still noticeable. You'll find two different remotes in the box: one is a traditional wand-style remote, while the other looks like...
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Overall 8
8.0

Samsung UE65H8000

What Hi-Fi?
8 May 2014
  • Conclusion: This is a fine set but the high price combined with a lack of 4K loses it a star
  • Pros: Lots of insight, Natural colour balance, Stable with motion, Impressive contrast combined with solid, yet detailed blacks
  • Cons: Full HD only, Expensive, Screen curve may not suit all, Slightly uneven backlighting on our review sample
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