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65" Samsung Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV - £,1709 With Code @ PRC Direct
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65" Samsung Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV - £,1709 With Code @ PRC Direct

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One of the cheapest deals I've seen for this TV. Comes with 5 year warranty. Get RS to price match and knock off another £20.
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Samsung’s Q90R QLED TV lets you experience pixel-perfect contrast and captivating colour in all conditions, and receive personalised suggestions for what to watch next. Ambient Mode turns the screen into a decorative feature, displaying customisable content, and can blend the TV into its surroundings.* See nothing but the picture, with the freedom to place your TV where you want with just One Near-Invisible Cable, and control all compatible devices with One Premium Remote Control. And you can access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub and interact by voice with the Bixby Voice Assistant.

Direct Full Array Elite
Exceptional viewing in all conditions with precise, pin-sharp contrast across the whole screen.

Quantum Processor 4K
This TV adapts to give you the optimum 4K picture, targeted sound and personalised TV recommendations.

HDR 2000
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. With HDR 2000, the supreme brightness levels of QLED technology enables you to experience the full potential of the latest HDR standards.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 65” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. And UHD upscaling increases the clarity of non-4K content.

Features:


100% Colour Volume: utilising quantum dot technology, QLED takes light and turns it into breath-taking colour. 100% colour volume is achieved (DCI-P3 standard measure), for a realistic picture of rich, authentic colour of over a billion hues.

Ambient Mode: removing the blank screen, the QLED can blend into the room with decorative, useful and customisable content.*

Game Enhancer: stay one step ahead of the competition with picture and sound that adapts as fast as you game.

Ultra Viewing Angle: for a perfect picture, wherever you sit.

Anti-Reflection with Ultra Black Elite: See nothing but the purest picture with Samsung's critically acclaimed anti-reflective screen.

Adaptive Sound: the audio adapts to suit both the content of what you’re watching, and the acoustics of the room.

Premium One Remote Control: in a metallic finish, control all of your compatible devices and content for seamless multitasking.

Samsung Smart Hub and Apps

With ultra-high definition streaming, catch-up and games services, Samsung's Smart Hub is a superbly intuitive platform. Access the latest apps to experience the best content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, BT Sport, NOW TV, Rakuten TV, Google Play Movie and TV, Disney Life, UK TV Play, Hay U and BFI.** You can browse content easily, searching for your favourite programmes and movies while you are still watching TV. Enjoy super-fast response times, as you toggle between apps, online services and live TV with ease. Samsung's Universal Guide lets you discover great content with tailored recommendations just for you.

Voice Assistant

Interact and control your TV with your voice. Bixby is an intelligent assistant that can help you manage your TV and compatible smart home devices. This TV also works with Alexa, Google Assistant and Smart Things devices (compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice).

Samsung TVPlus

Experience easy access to the latest movies via your TV guide in addition to all your traditional TV channels. Whether you’re browsing for the latest Hollywood blockbuster or trying to find Ultra HD content, expand your viewing options through a wealth of additional Smart channels with Samsung TV Plus. Watch subscription free content with on-air and catch-up services including BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5. Charges apply for premium on-demand content.

Boundless Design with Near-Invisible Optical Cable and One Connect Box included

Boundless design looks stunning from any angle, with a clean back and a practically 'bezel-less' edge that maximises the viewing area. Say goodbye to messy wires and the clutter caused by multiple devices with the included Near-Invisible Optical Cable and One Connect Box. You can even control the One Connect Box if it’s hidden from view, by using Bluetooth. And you can mount this QLED TV flush to the wall with Samsung’s No Gap Wall Mount (available separately).

10-Year Screen Burn Warranty

Samsung are offering a 10 year screen burn warranty to all customers. This way, you’re covered – no matter what. Just register your TV here after you’ve set it up.

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I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount page for Samsung directly. Have these for £1439.20
wilburscoville919114/04/2020 16:10

You are correct that the retailer is the 1st point of contact and during …You are correct that the retailer is the 1st point of contact and during this 1st year the manufacturers warranty is additional should you become unstuck with the retailer. However, if your issue occurred towards the back end the that year you may have to prove that the fault was there at time of purchase, so the retailer may use this as a get out.


I am well aware of the law as a small business owner myself.

My problem with PRC, and others like them, is the insta fob-off to the manufacturer. There was no attempt to ascertain what my problem was whatsoever. They seem to think they can wash their hands of you after the first 30 days.

It's still the case that consumers should not be out of pocket for defects, and generally when dealing with manufacturers it is usually expected that the consumer bears the cost to return an item under warranty, which for large items can be substantial.

So I just don't give my business to retailers with questionable practises, like PRC.
Hicksyboy14/04/2020 21:18

Tempted between this and the LG C9 OLED. Any thoughts?


Personally a C9 fan. Especially if a gamer. Once you experience OLED blacks it's hard to go back to anything else.
TopShoper00723/04/2020 08:39

So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How …So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How come Samsung qled is different? Or it’s same problem in Samsung too?


Yes burn in is still an inherent issue with OLED, although OLED manufacturers have limited peak brightness, etc to minimise the risks.

High end QLEDs like the Q90R use an array of LED back-lights, not per pixel OLEDs so it doesn't suffer from burn in.

High end QLED has much higher peak brightness HDR pictures (over 3,500 nits on this model) versus circa 1000 nits on OLED and a wider colour gamut than OLED.

OLEDs have slightly better back levels and better grey scale uniformity.

So high end QLED typically looks more visually impressive than OLED for watching HDR movies, console gaming and sport. OLED has a purer picture viewing some content types and zero Nits black levels. Go view them side by side in Richer Sounds and see which you prefer.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 23rd Apr
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Seems a decent price
I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount page for Samsung directly. Have these for £1439.20
Might help if it said it was a Samsung in the description.
JontyMick14/04/2020 11:07

I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount …I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount page for Samsung directly. Have these for £1439.20


I would like that discount but unfortunately cant
JontyMick14/04/2020 11:07

I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount …I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount page for Samsung directly. Have these for £1439.20


if i could get this for that price i would
Do you have a link? Also know anyone with the code lol
AlanGordonisgod14/04/2020 12:43

Do you have a link? Also know anyone with the code lol


its gone from the discount site as far as i can see
Best / brightest HDR TVs on the market below tens of thousands. Is 500 zone FALD.
Thumbs down for PRC - would never risk buying a TV from them again after being fobbed off in the first year when THEY are supposed to handle any repairs - NOT the manufacturer.
meherenow14/04/2020 15:05

Thumbs down for PRC - would never risk buying a TV from them again after …Thumbs down for PRC - would never risk buying a TV from them again after being fobbed off in the first year when THEY are supposed to handle any repairs - NOT the manufacturer.


You are correct that the retailer is the 1st point of contact and during this 1st year the manufacturers warranty is additional should you become unstuck with the retailer. However, if your issue occurred towards the back end the that year you may have to prove that the fault was there at time of purchase, so the retailer may use this as a get out.
wilburscoville919114/04/2020 16:10

You are correct that the retailer is the 1st point of contact and during …You are correct that the retailer is the 1st point of contact and during this 1st year the manufacturers warranty is additional should you become unstuck with the retailer. However, if your issue occurred towards the back end the that year you may have to prove that the fault was there at time of purchase, so the retailer may use this as a get out.


I am well aware of the law as a small business owner myself.

My problem with PRC, and others like them, is the insta fob-off to the manufacturer. There was no attempt to ascertain what my problem was whatsoever. They seem to think they can wash their hands of you after the first 30 days.

It's still the case that consumers should not be out of pocket for defects, and generally when dealing with manufacturers it is usually expected that the consumer bears the cost to return an item under warranty, which for large items can be substantial.

So I just don't give my business to retailers with questionable practises, like PRC.
Tempted between this and the LG C9 OLED. Any thoughts?
Hicksyboy14/04/2020 21:18

Tempted between this and the LG C9 OLED. Any thoughts?


Personally a C9 fan. Especially if a gamer. Once you experience OLED blacks it's hard to go back to anything else.
JontyMick14/04/2020 21:25

Personally a C9 fan. Especially if a gamer. Once you experience OLED …Personally a C9 fan. Especially if a gamer. Once you experience OLED blacks it's hard to go back to anything else.


Thanks Must admit I do really like the look of the C9 but my only worry is screen retention/burn in. I'm starting to read more and more cases of it lately.
Hicksyboy14/04/2020 21:30

Thanks Must admit I do really like the look of the C9 but my only worry …Thanks Must admit I do really like the look of the C9 but my only worry is screen retention/burn in. I'm starting to read more and more cases of it lately.


Never experienced it. The C9 is my 2nd OLED after having a C7 for 2 years. Lots of gaming, movies , TV and a lot of BBC news. Just don't pause your screen and be mindful if anything static is left on
JontyMick14/04/2020 21:34

Never experienced it. The C9 is my 2nd OLED after having a C7 for 2 years. …Never experienced it. The C9 is my 2nd OLED after having a C7 for 2 years. Lots of gaming, movies , TV and a lot of BBC news. Just don't pause your screen and be mindful if anything static is left on


Ok Thanks for the advice. I do play games every now and then. Call of duty/FIFA etc so there are some HUDs that are on the screen for a while. Also I've got kids and they like to pause TV and go back to it (strange I know). Hence why I'm a bit worried about the OLED.
Gaming is fine. Played lots and lots of FIFA as well as others with persistent huds. Could always tell the kids not to pause the TV. Assume if they can use a remote to pause and unpause they can pick up new habits
I dont understand why so many people say don't pause Oled tv's. You do know that screensavers kick after a few minutes which prevent screen burn.
Blakejw15/04/2020 00:08

I dont understand why so many people say don't pause Oled tv's. You do …I dont understand why so many people say don't pause Oled tv's. You do know that screensavers kick after a few minutes which prevent screen burn.



i think the issue is maybe more to do with channel logos in the corner burning in....eg you'd be watching sky and can see the 4HD logo burned in?
manni7915/04/2020 10:41

i think the issue is maybe more to do with channel logos in the corner …i think the issue is maybe more to do with channel logos in the corner burning in....eg you'd be watching sky and can see the 4HD logo burned in?


This is what I have seen. Check YouTube.
JontyMick14/04/2020 11:07

I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount …I'd ask around to try and get access to the employee/ corporate discount page for Samsung directly. Have these for £1439.20


That’s the 2020 Q60T model. Do you know if that’s any better than this?
Richer sounds just priced matched and an extra £20 off , so for £1689 this is a good pr
sellingthings12315/04/2020 11:48

That’s the 2020 Q60T model. Do you know if that’s any better than this?


No, new range of Samsung 4k TVs have been nerfed, they are focusing on 8k which is pointless right now, no content for the foreseeable future. The top tier Samsung 4k 2020 TV (Q95), is equivalent to the second tier 2019 TV (Q85) which had far fewer dimming zones than Q90. Large number of dimming zones have been reserved for 8k models this year. Q90 will probably be their best ever 4k TV.
Edited by: "tallguy88" 15th Apr
Bocman15/04/2020 13:15

Richer sounds just priced matched and an extra £20 off , so for £1689 this …Richer sounds just priced matched and an extra £20 off , so for £1689 this is a good pr


WEBSITE OT TELESALES MATE?
lfcfooty7115/04/2020 19:59

WEBSITE OT TELESALES MATE?


ps , didnt realise cap lock was on :-)
lfcfooty7115/04/2020 19:59

WEBSITE OT TELESALES MATE?


Would have been via Telesales. I also got them to throw in TV mount worth 50 quid as well
tallguy8816/04/2020 10:15

Would have been via Telesales. I also got them to throw in TV mount worth …Would have been via Telesales. I also got them to throw in TV mount worth 50 quid as well


cant seem to get that price now tho buddy :-)
Richer sounds Q90 coming on Thursday, ordered by telephone last week, good price when they price matched and extra £20 off made it £1689
Bocman20/04/2020 10:54

Richer sounds Q90 coming on Thursday, ordered by telephone last week, good …Richer sounds Q90 coming on Thursday, ordered by telephone last week, good price when they price matched and extra £20 off made it £1689


@Bocman you should ring RS again , Curry's are current offering £150 voucher that expires today against Q90 list price, RS price matched it and beat by £20 and offered it to me for £1,588
Missed the £150 off at PC world
Hicksyboy14/04/2020 21:30

Thanks Must admit I do really like the look of the C9 but my only worry …Thanks Must admit I do really like the look of the C9 but my only worry is screen retention/burn in. I'm starting to read more and more cases of it lately.


This was my concern. OLEDs look great but I can't live in constant fear my TV will burn in. I literally just bought a Q80R and it looks amazing. The blacks are fantastic, maybe very slightly short of an OLED (And I mean it's really close) but it makes up for it in brightness and vibrancy. It also depends on the room it's going in, OLEDs are generally better in dark rooms whereas QLED for bright rooms. Gaming is amazing on the Q80R.
So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How come Samsung qled is different? Or it’s same problem in Samsung too?
TopShoper00723/04/2020 08:39

So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How …So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How come Samsung qled is different? Or it’s same problem in Samsung too?


Different technology
QLED isn't OLED so the tech is different which is why burn in isn't an issue. 3 year old LG B7 here with hours of gaming and other stuff on the TV. No retention or burn in whatsoever. Couldn't recommend OLED highly enough.
mattymofo23/04/2020 08:43

QLED isn't OLED so the tech is different which is why burn in isn't an …QLED isn't OLED so the tech is different which is why burn in isn't an issue. 3 year old LG B7 here with hours of gaming and other stuff on the TV. No retention or burn in whatsoever. Couldn't recommend OLED highly enough.


How high do you set your OLED brightness and contrast?

Got mine both at 80 to reduce burn in risk but go to say on cod it’s still hella bright at those settings
Edited by: "SJ141" 23rd Apr
JontyMick14/04/2020 21:25

Personally a C9 fan. Especially if a gamer. Once you experience OLED …Personally a C9 fan. Especially if a gamer. Once you experience OLED blacks it's hard to go back to anything else.


Once you go OLED blacks, you never go back?
TopShoper00723/04/2020 08:39

So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How …So screen burning is still an issue on all OLEDs including LG & Sony? How come Samsung qled is different? Or it’s same problem in Samsung too?


Yes burn in is still an inherent issue with OLED, although OLED manufacturers have limited peak brightness, etc to minimise the risks.

High end QLEDs like the Q90R use an array of LED back-lights, not per pixel OLEDs so it doesn't suffer from burn in.

High end QLED has much higher peak brightness HDR pictures (over 3,500 nits on this model) versus circa 1000 nits on OLED and a wider colour gamut than OLED.

OLEDs have slightly better back levels and better grey scale uniformity.

So high end QLED typically looks more visually impressive than OLED for watching HDR movies, console gaming and sport. OLED has a purer picture viewing some content types and zero Nits black levels. Go view them side by side in Richer Sounds and see which you prefer.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 23rd Apr
This guy has made a bunch of vides comparing a Q90R witha an LG OLED.

Thanks Tony! Need to wait to visit store until lockdown is over! :/
We have very bright living room & it’s difficult to watch our 7 year old Samsung unless curtains are closed!
I guess this should be not be an issue with current OLED or QLEDs ?
TopShoper00723/04/2020 08:59

Thanks Tony! Need to wait to visit store until lockdown is over! :/ We …Thanks Tony! Need to wait to visit store until lockdown is over! :/ We have very bright living room & it’s difficult to watch our 7 year old Samsung unless curtains are closed! I guess this should be not be an issue with current OLED or QLEDs ?


Good thing about the Samsung QLEDs is that they have very good anti reflection screens...some reviewers refer to them as being like a black hole
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