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Samsung 65Q9FN / 65Q9F (2018) Series

Samsung 65Q9FN / 65Q9F (2018) Series
alaScore 100

205 reviews

Jun, 2019

We have collected and analysed 27 expert reviews and 178 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 93/100 and users rate it 93/100. The average review date is 14-10-2018. We have compared these reviews to 1569958 reviews from other TVs. The alaScore™ for this product is 100/100 = Excellent. Last update: 25-06-2019.

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Expert review by : Ced Yuen (trustedreviews.com)

Samsung Q9FN review: a compelling argument against OLED

 

Samsung Q9FN review: We love OLED TVs, but Samsung's latest provides a robust counterargument and makes a compelling case for LCD.

Gorgeous brightness and colours ; Impressively deep blacks ; Full-array local dimming ; Lovely finish

Not quite OLED levels of shadow detail

One of the most impressive TVs in recent memory.

Dec, 2018

Expert review by : What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Samsung QE65Q9FN review

 

Samsung's impressive QLED TV is a significant step forward for the technology.

Astonishingly punchy, bright and vibrant images ; Deep, detailed blacks ; Loads of apps and features ; Genius evolution of OneConnect ; Strong handling of motion

Sony does even better motion ; OLED offers even deeper blacks and better viewing angles

The Q9FN is a significant step forward for QLED – one that should make OLED at least a bit nervous

Apr, 2018

Expert review by : John Archer (homecinemachoice.com)

Samsung QE65Q9FN 4K HDR QLED TV review

 

Verdict: Unprecedented colour and brightness combine with the LED world’s best backlight controls to deliver the finest HDR pictures seen to date.

Jun, 2018

Expert review by : John Archer (pocket-lint.com)

Samsung Q9FN TV review: The big, bright, back-lit QLED boss

 

The switch to a direct-lit screen with outstanding local dimming technology finally sets Samsung's Quantum Dots free, letting their full colour,

The best HDR picture quality to date ; A robust audio system ; An exceptionally sophisticated smart TV engine ; More affordable than last year's equivalent (but still not cheap!)

Although way cheaper than last year’s equivalent (and inferior) model - it’s still hardly cheap ; Its design is chunky by today’s standards ; There’s no Dolby Vision support

Apr, 2018

Expert review by (stuff.tv)

Samsung QE65Q9FN review

 

QLED comes of age - and OLED had better watch out

Astonishingly punchy, bright and vibrant ; Deep, detailed blacks ; Loads of apps ; Great for gaming ; Genius evolution of OneConnect

Sony does motion even better ; OLEDs offer even deeper blacks and even better viewing angles

It’s shots fired in the 2018 leg of the QLED vs OLED campaign, and the QE65Q9F has drawn blood

Apr, 2018

Expert review by : John Archer (techradar.com)

Samsung Q9FN QLED TV (65Q9FN) review

 

The best TV ever? Could be!

Spectacular HDR picture quality ; Powerful, well-rounded sound ; Good smart system ; Cutting-edge gaming features

Limited viewing angles ; Potentially divisive design ; Over-ambitious in places

Samsung’s much-hyped QLED technology suddenly makes sense with the 65-inch 65Q9FN. By combining QLED’s unprecedented brightness and color talents with direct instead of edge backlighting, Samsung has hit on a winning, forward-thinking formula that...

Apr, 2018

Expert review by (expertreviews.co.uk)

Samsung Q9FN review: Samsung’s best ever QLED TV is now cheaper

 

The finest high-end TV you can buy for gaming and daytime viewing

Impressive HDR ; Great for gaming (Low input lag, no burn in, VRR and ALLM support) ; Brilliant in bright rooms

Viewing angles still not as wide as OLED TV ; Shadow detail slightly crushed by local dimming ; Intermittent microstutter with interlaced video

The Q9FN is comfortably the best LED LCD TV Samsung has ever built, with more local dimming zones than previous models giving deeper blacks, better contrast and more impressive HDR pictures. It's by far the best gaming TV on the market, courtesy of...

Nov, 2018

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Expert review by (eisa.eu)

Samsung 65Q9FN

 

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Expert review by (which.co.uk)

Samsung QE65Q9FN television review

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The push towards bigger TVs doesn't show any signs of slowing down. But Samsung is at least acknowledging that some people don't want a 65-inch TV dominating their living room, by adding some useful features to help the QE65Q9FN blend in to its...

Jun, 2018

Expert review by (avforums.com)

Samsung Q9FN (QE65Q9FN) Review

 

Samsung's flagship Q9FN QLED 4K TV arrives with a full array backlight and the expectations of AV enthusiasts on its shoulders. Thankfully it doesn't...

Exceptional picture quality ; Superb contrast and black levels ; Impressive image processing ; Excellent motion handling ; State-of-the-art smart features ; Great design and build quality

Optimum viewing angles are limited ; Occasional black crush ; No Dolby Vision support

If you're in the market and you've got the budget, then yes you probably should. The Q9FN is the most accomplished TV Samsung has ever made and proves that there's plenty of life left in LCD, especially where HDR is concerned. I have avoided awarding...

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