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samsung 75 inch Samsung QE75Q60RAT Q60R Series qled £1218 @ Insight
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samsung 75 inch Samsung QE75Q60RAT Q60R Series qled £1218 @ Insight

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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This website is dodgy. As far as my apple watch orders go.
why is it cold, anyone know where to get one cheaper
Batmobile54327/12/2019 19:26

This website is dodgy. As far as my apple watch orders go.


been around since 98, 7billion revenue, we have used them a lot especially at work, what went wrong with your order, im about to order this tv today,
rav77927/12/2019 19:31

been around since 98, 7billion revenue, we have used them a lot especially …been around since 98, 7billion revenue, we have used them a lot especially at work, what went wrong with your order, im about to order this tv today,


They used to reduce the prices dramatically and cancel the order.
Batmobile54327/12/2019 19:32

They used to reduce the prices dramatically and cancel the order.


ahh ok, also unsure what the deliver fee is too
also had problems with the post sorry pal cold
Well proven fact that QLED is far inferior to OLED is every aspect.... Essentially it's still LCD.

Samsung couldn't figure out OLED, so opted for QLED which is short for not-Quite LED
Sharpharp27/12/2019 19:49

Well proven fact that QLED is far inferior to OLED is every aspect.... …Well proven fact that QLED is far inferior to OLED is every aspect.... Essentially it's still LCD.Samsung couldn't figure out OLED, so opted for QLED which is short for not-Quite LED


You say Samsung can't figure out oled so what about all their phones

OLED unless they sort the screen burn is dead like plasma hence new technology like qled nano TRILUMINOS etc are trying new ways to get around the issue.

Tell me one oled that has zero burn in and I'll buy it!

Qled va has angle issues
TRILUMINOS no idea not looked into it
Nano ips good viewing angles but poor black levels
OLED has screen burn
Next is laser projection
Edited by: "wanderer" 27th Dec 2019
wanderer27/12/2019 20:21

You say Samsung can't figure out oled so what about all their phonesOLED …You say Samsung can't figure out oled so what about all their phonesOLED unless they sort the screen burn is dead like plasma hence new technology like qled nano TRILUMINOS etc are trying new ways to get around the issue.Tell me one oled that has zero burn in and I'll buy it!Qled va has angle issuesTRILUMINOS no idea not looked into itNano ips good viewing angles but poor black levelsOLED has screen burnNext is laser projection

Was only a matter of time before a sad Samsung owner reacted... QLED, Triluminos, say whatever made-up Samsung word you want, nothing gets past the fact that QLED is totally inferior to OLED.

LG have zero burn-in, in fact they have a "refresh pixels" feature that addresses the very issue of screen burn, so off you go, go buy one now and you should buy me one for this advice and educating u on the laws of TV
Sharpharp27/12/2019 19:49

Well proven fact that QLED is far inferior to OLED is every aspect.... …Well proven fact that QLED is far inferior to OLED is every aspect.... Essentially it's still LCD.Samsung couldn't figure out OLED, so opted for QLED which is short for not-Quite LED


I agree with you OLED definitely take the overall win, I have both sets but they both have their advantages and disadvantages. Although QLED is definitely not ‘far’ inferior in every aspect, its bettered slightly in most areas and even beaten in couple by the Samsung.

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Sharpharp27/12/2019 20:43

Was only a matter of time before a sad Samsung owner reacted... QLED, …Was only a matter of time before a sad Samsung owner reacted... QLED, Triluminos, say whatever made-up Samsung word you want, nothing gets past the fact that QLED is totally inferior to OLED.LG have zero burn-in, in fact they have a "refresh pixels" feature that addresses the very issue of screen burn, so off you go, go buy one now and you should buy me one for this advice and educating u on the laws of TV


Zero burn-in is pushing it.
rev627/12/2019 21:21

Zero burn-in is pushing it.



It is pushing it when you've never owned an LG, I don't suspect your HiSense has such a thing...
Sharpharp27/12/2019 22:14

It is pushing it when you've never owned an LG, I don't suspect your …It is pushing it when you've never owned an LG, I don't suspect your HiSense has such a thing...


C9 here pal.

And HiSense have OLED displays ffs.
Edited by: "rev6" 27th Dec 2019
Sharpharp27/12/2019 20:43

Was only a matter of time before a sad Samsung owner reacted... QLED, …Was only a matter of time before a sad Samsung owner reacted... QLED, Triluminos, say whatever made-up Samsung word you want, nothing gets past the fact that QLED is totally inferior to OLED.LG have zero burn-in, in fact they have a "refresh pixels" feature that addresses the very issue of screen burn, so off you go, go buy one now and you should buy me one for this advice and educating u on the laws of TV


LG mate,

Load of tosh, oled screen burn is still very current check any TV warranty and screen burn is not covered,
Thanks for your attempted education
A quick search on eBay and there's plenty of screen burnt lg's out there
Edited by: "wanderer" 27th Dec 2019
I have very slight burn-in on my LG OLED from 2016 (only visible on pure red screen though so no real chance of seeing it on normal TV). But it is there if I wanted to go and find it.

However, comparing OLED PQ is so much better than any other tech out there. I do hear that screen-burn is pretty much sorted on 2019 LG OLED sets. If only they had 3D .

For what you get, this 75" is superb value and deserving of a hot deal. H+ from me.

People voting this cold because it's not an OLED are being pretty stupid. This is a hot deal for a 75" QLED.
Ultra_Magnus27/12/2019 23:06

I have very slight burn-in on my LG OLED from 2016 (only visible on pure …I have very slight burn-in on my LG OLED from 2016 (only visible on pure red screen though so no real chance of seeing it on normal TV). But it is there if I wanted to go and find it.However, comparing OLED PQ is so much better than any other tech out there. I do hear that screen-burn is pretty much sorted on 2019 LG OLED sets. If only they had 3D .For what you get, this 75" is superb value and deserving of a hot deal. H+ from me.People voting this cold because it's not an OLED are being pretty stupid. This is a hot deal for a 75" QLED.


Q60 is bottom of their line. Not even FALD. It's just bog standard edge-lit like many budget sets. The Q80 for example is much more impressive.
Edited by: "rev6" 27th Dec 2019
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