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Posted 18 May 2024

Samsung Flagship QE55S95C 55" 4K Ultra HD 2nd gen QD-OLED Quantum Dot Tizen Smart TV 5 Year Warranty With Code

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Up there with G3 Quality, great price on this 2nd Gen QD-OLED TV

Take your viewing experience to the next level with your new OLED 4K TV

The Samsung QE55S95C OLED 2023 model TV is the perfect choice for all your entertainment needs. Featuring an ultra-thin profile, this sleek and stylish TV offers an immersive viewing experience with stunning visuals and vibrant colours. The 4K UHD resolution and Quantum Processor 4K offer sharp and detailed images and videos. The HDR10+ technology ensures vibrant and lifelike visuals, while the Ultra-Wide Viewing Angle ensures a comfortable viewing experience from any angle. The Samsung QE55S95C OLED 2023 model TV also features a range of smart features. With the Smart Hub, you can access all your favourite streaming services, apps, games, and more. The One Remote Control allows you to control all your compatible devices without juggling multiple remotes. The built-in Bixby voice assistant allows you to control your TV with your voice, and the Ambient Mode makes it easy to customise the look of your TV to match your decor. This TV also comes equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to connect all your compatible devices wirelessly. The 4 HDMI inputs allow you to connect a variety of devices, including Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and more. The 3 USB ports allow you to playback media from USB devices. The versatile Samsung QE55S95C OLED 2023 model TV is an ideal choice for any home entertainment setup.
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  1. showstopper81's avatar
    Excluding warranty, is this better than a C3 or G2?
    sotv's avatar
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    Absolutely, Same panel as Sony A95L, Sony have a better Algorithm for this panel but then your paying over double the price for that. I own a Sony A95K not sure I'd pay the difference this year over the 2 if I was in the market for one
  2. ross_malyon's avatar
    This may lack some dolby hdr options. Which is a bit of a pain7
    vegeta89's avatar
    Not really as it's difficult to tell any difference between HDR10 and DV even side by side. This also has the equivalent HDR10+ that's on half of streaming services anyway

    I would choose a TV with better PQ on everything I watch vs DV on some content that you might not even notice
  3. aegj2002's avatar
    Is it just me hearing lots of "flagship" buzzwords these days? Or is it a new trend?
    clayts's avatar
    Nope, it's always been a 'thing' with TVs, AV receivers, etc etc.

    As noted above this is last year's QD-OLED flagship from Samsung (ie the best one they do), soon to be replaced by 95D
  4. Flowjo's avatar
    Worth mentioning this is last year's flagship C series. New D model's out now.
  5. MrManwelo's avatar
    I have this TV it's very good, but not a big fan of the One Connect box. It's very large and the cable that comes with it is very short if you're hanging on a wall and hiding the box. I find Samsung UI very unintuitive too. I haven't had the blackout problems when gaming on PS5, but when you change source it can load on a black screen for about 5 seconds initially.

    Overall, good TV with great picture, but I would think twice about another with a One Connect box in the future.
    MrManwelo's avatar
    Also, just to add, wall mounting bolts are not included and impossible to find the correct lengths unless you buy the Samsung bracket which was about £250 if I remember correctly. I ended up cutting down bolts with a hacksaw. Not ideal! The one connect cable is also incredibly hard to push into the TV and box inputs (at least on my TV). If wall mounting, the Von Haus flush TV hanging kit worked well for me amzn.eu/d/i…R0k
  6. jonhoggy's avatar
    I was watching this very tv recently. Picture is lovely, blacks are good but not the best, sound quality is moderate for a flagship. Wasn't a fan of the on screen menus. Great price though with a 5 year warranty.
    Crossbow's avatar
    Was it in a store? If yes. it won't be calibrated much, if at all. Recommended settings to get the best out of it rtings.com/tv/…ngs
  7. Bubba_Smith's avatar
    avforums.com/rev…17/

    "Should You Buy The Samsung S95C? If you are looking for a new TV at this level of the market you are going to have a hard time deciding which one to go for. The Samsung S95C should offer some of the best value for money as the year progresses if the S95B price depreciation is repeated. Image quality is stunning as you would expect at this level of the market with superb colour volume capabilities and excellent HDR10 performance. There is no Dolby Vision support which may be an issue for some buyers, and with some areas of performance, like video processing, it is not quite as polished as the Sony and LG G3, but with everything else, including gaming, it is an excellent choice," (edited)
  8. Cremoso99's avatar
    Samsung's top spec 2023 QD-OLED and Neo QLED TVs seem to have similar problems with motion handling and low-quality content smoothing.

    I'm guessing that's something to do with the processors they use and Sony uses better ones and that's why they're more expensive? (edited)
    TheGhost's avatar
    Sony are just expensive, lg oled is great I don't see any motion problems
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