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Samsung QE65Q90R 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 2000 Smart QLED TV with Apple TV app Freesat HD £1849 (using code) @ Richer Sounds
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”It boasts brilliantly judged colours and superb dark detail, not to mention an excellent operating system packed with apps.”– ‘What Hi-Fi’ – 5 Star review. Tested at £3799


HDR2000
Experience spectacular picture detail as the film makers intended. Never miss what’s happening in the dark shadows of a horror movie, or the bright sun filled scenes of the latest sci-fi. And with every frame optimised to perfection, the picture you see is as detailed as it is in the real world.

100% Colour Volume*

Genuine cinematic colour made from over a billion colours and shades. Samsung's QLED is certified to deliver 100% colour volume. QLED technology, unlike others, is able to transform light into breath-taking colour without degradation over time.
*100% colour volume measured to DCI-P3 standard, certified by VDE.

One Near-Invisible Cable + One Connect Box + No Gap Wall-Mount*

Only Samsung allows you to design your space free from clutter with one near-invisible optical cable for all your connections, so you place your TV anywhere you want it in your room. With just the Near-Invisible Cable connected, there's no longer a mess of wires to hide and you are free to place your TV anywhere you want. Effortlessly mount your QLED TV flush to your wall using the No Gap Wall Mount in no time at all.* You can even plug all your multimedia devices into the One Connect Box shut in a cupboard, leaving you with a stylish, minimalistic living space to enjoy.
*Wall mounts sold separately.

Ultra Viewing Angle

Never miss a moment with an amazing anti-reflective screen. Enjoy every bit of your favourite sport, even with the sunlight streaming through the window. No longer distracted by a light reflecting in the screen you can lose yourself in the latest blockbusters.

Ambient Mode
Turns your Samsung 65 inch TV into a decorative feature, displaying useful information, your own photos or blends into its surroundings. Just take a picture, upload it to your TV and blend it into your décor making the big blank screen a thing of the past.
*Some features of Ambient Mode require a compatible Android or iOS phone and sufficient space around the TV to operate; it will have varying results on complex wall designs, patterns, and/or unusual colours.

Voice Assistant - Bixby on TV
Interact and control your TV with your voice. Bixby is an intelligent assistant that can help you manage your TV and home.

Smart Home
Control your compatible smart devices from your sofa for a more connected and safer home. Works with Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant and connect through SmartThings*.
*Compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice.

Content Discovery (Universal Guide)
Less time searching and more time watching with tailored recommendations. Finally, a TV with everything in one place. Our Universal Guide recommends popular shows and content tailored just for you, meaning you can watch more of what you love.

Adaptive Sound
Every sound perfected for what you’re watching and where you’re watching it. Watching sport, you'll feel as if you're in the stadium, or a movie, you hear the action closing in from all directions. This is thanks to the truly ground-breaking Adaptive Sound technology in our TVs, which analyses the acoustics in the room and outputs dependent on what type of show or movie you are watching.

Clean cable solution
Banish messy cables from sight for a distraction free viewing experience.

Enjoy the QLED experience at its very best, with the breath-taking Samsung QE65Q90R.
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robofobo22/02/2020 13:37

It will got under 1499 by end of March just patience is key here.


Mystic Meg is in da house
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Such a good price with the cashback what a find Frank!(highfive)
It will got under 1499 by end of March just patience is key here.
robofobo22/02/2020 13:37

It will got under 1499 by end of March just patience is key here.


Mystic Meg is in da house
Good deal with cash back heat added
robofobo22/02/2020 13:37

It will got under 1499 by end of March just patience is key here.


That would be nice but wishful thinking stuck between this and c9/B9 oled
Thanks ordered two
mike.thomas22/02/2020 13:52

That would be nice but wishful thinking stuck between this and c9/B9 oled


I own the Q90r and LG B8 OLED and have tested out the B9 and C9,so I know a fair bit about them all.

Actually I better not say any more as I have just had my previous comment removed by hot deals as they said I am self promoting,and seeing this is about MY ownership then I guess this is also self promotion.
Key thing for me is hdmi 2.1. This doesn't have it but the LG's do. But then I want it for gaming and the next gen consoles and oled worries me. Ahh annoying!
Let us pray for the Q85! Good find OP
whitehawk22/02/2020 14:07

Key thing for me is hdmi 2.1. This doesn't have it but the LG's do. But …Key thing for me is hdmi 2.1. This doesn't have it but the LG's do. But then I want it for gaming and the next gen consoles and oled worries me. Ahh annoying!


Exactly. It's a lot of money to lose if you suffer bad burn in plus the hassle of looking after it.
anthonyjames9022/02/2020 14:13

Let us pray for the Q85! Good find OP


If the 55 85r dropped to a k today I would purchase.
The code works on the Q85R too so down to £1249.

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Edited by: "SilverBlack" 22nd Feb
mike.thomas22/02/2020 14:17

Exactly. It's a lot of money to lose if you suffer bad burn in plus the …Exactly. It's a lot of money to lose if you suffer bad burn in plus the hassle of looking after it.


I was going to buy a oled thinking the good guarantee from the likes of richer sounds and John lewis would cover it. I was surprised to learn none of them do. Just can't take that risk on something that's nearly £2,000.
SilverBlack22/02/2020 14:41

The code works on the Q85R too so down to £1249.[Image]


Sadly I won't go any higher than 1k on the 85r as they were previously this price last month. Nice to know the codes good though.
mike.thomas22/02/2020 14:56

Sadly I won't go any higher than 1k on the 85r as they were previously …Sadly I won't go any higher than 1k on the 85r as they were previously this price last month. Nice to know the codes good though.


Ye same here,i can get one for £1039 but no 5 yr warranty
whitehawk22/02/2020 14:46

I was going to buy a oled thinking the good guarantee from the likes of …I was going to buy a oled thinking the good guarantee from the likes of richer sounds and John lewis would cover it. I was surprised to learn none of them do. Just can't take that risk on something that's nearly £2,000.


I just came back from currys and the Oled b9/c9 looked great but it was very reflective. It's a bitter pill to swallow but the Qled is the better choice for now for me at least.
SilverBlack22/02/2020 14:57

Ye same here,i can get one for £1039 but no 5 yr warranty


I'm waiting patiently. I know on the 3rd of March the cash back deal on the Samsungs will end. I'm holding hope for new deals after then or before.
Biggunspaul22/02/2020 13:59

I own the Q90r and LG B8 OLED and have tested out the B9 and C9,so I know …I own the Q90r and LG B8 OLED and have tested out the B9 and C9,so I know a fair bit about them all.Actually I better not say any more as I have just had my previous comment removed by hot deals as they said I am self promoting,and seeing this is about MY ownership then I guess this is also self promotion.


Hi, id be really interested in your opinion. Im looking at getting this as it will be in a bright room and it can be on for 7+ hrs at a time so wary of OLED screen burn. I am well aware its not OLED, but i'm wondering in your opinion what the picture quality difference is and how highly you rate it?
montana1622/02/2020 15:09

Hi, id be really interested in your opinion. Im looking at getting this as …Hi, id be really interested in your opinion. Im looking at getting this as it will be in a bright room and it can be on for 7+ hrs at a time so wary of OLED screen burn. I am well aware its not OLED, but i'm wondering in your opinion what the picture quality difference is and how highly you rate it?


I have this in my south facing conservatory. Brilliant TV with high level of brightness and good anti-reflective screen. Great price but likely to come down further with the 2020 models recently announced.
whitehawk22/02/2020 14:07

Key thing for me is hdmi 2.1. This doesn't have it but the LG's do. But …Key thing for me is hdmi 2.1. This doesn't have it but the LG's do. But then I want it for gaming and the next gen consoles and oled worries me. Ahh annoying!


I own an E6 oled. I game daily. Never had any burn in or retention. Upgrading to the cx as soon as it comes.out ready for the ps5
I had this model delivered on Monday after buying directly from Samsung for £2k
I'll get £1k back in a month or so by trading in my existing LG 65" OLED from 2016.
I can't honestly say that I can see much difference between the OLED & this one (apart from the Q90R doesn't have the burn-in that my OLED has).
It does have a little more banding than the OLED has, but I guess that's just down to the panel lottery.
Overall, the TV seems fine to me. Colours seem to pop just as much as the OLED, and I can't see a difference so far in black levels, but I'm no expert.
The main advantage for me, is I can now watch Sky News/Sports News again, which I've had to avoid for the last couple of years, after getting burn-in by viewing those channels for half hour or so a day.
Edited by: "greatcapp" 22nd Feb
robofobo22/02/2020 13:37

It will got under 1499 by end of March just patience is key here.


Doubtful, there's actually a possibility these may go up as supply goes down as the top 2020 4k Samsungs are lower specced than these, all the goodies are in the the 8k flagships, if I were after a 4k lcd I'd go for this at this price
I really want this... Any advice to persude the Wifey that this is better than a new Kitchen??
daveparky11922/02/2020 18:51

I really want this... Any advice to persude the Wifey that this is better …I really want this... Any advice to persude the Wifey that this is better than a new Kitchen??


less cleaning ?
daveparky11922/02/2020 18:51

I really want this... Any advice to persude the Wifey that this is better …I really want this... Any advice to persude the Wifey that this is better than a new Kitchen??


Where are you getting a £1800 kitchen from? Cheapest quote we’ve had is over £10k
greatcapp22/02/2020 17:23

I had this model delivered on Monday after buying directly from Samsung …I had this model delivered on Monday after buying directly from Samsung for £2kI'll get £1k back in a month or so by trading in my existing LG 65" OLED from 2016.I can't honestly say that I can see much difference between the OLED & this one (apart from the Q90R doesn't have the burn-in that my OLED has).It does have a little more banding than the OLED has, but I guess that's just down to the panel lottery.Overall, the TV seems fine to me. Colours seem to pop just as much as the OLED, and I can't see a difference so far in black levels, but I'm no expert.The main advantage for me, is I can now watch Sky News/Sports News again, which I've had to avoid for the last couple of years, after getting burn-in by viewing those channels for half hour or so a day.


How bright did you have your tv to suffer from this? Did you have it on vivid mode or something? I had mine calibrated for day and night and could sit and watch sky sports all day
Lee_Rogmeister22/02/2020 16:25

I own an E6 oled. I game daily. Never had any burn in or retention. …I own an E6 oled. I game daily. Never had any burn in or retention. Upgrading to the cx as soon as it comes.out ready for the ps5


I own a 65 inch C6 and have several burnt in areas.

Top left I have the row of hearts (health bar) from Breath Of The Wild faintly burnt in. Probably just one play through over 3 months. I had mainly played in portable mode too.

Top left I also have a faint YouTube app logo which appears during video selection.

The worst case is in the bottom right where I have the two fast select coloured buttons from the YouTube app.

Overall the kids probably use the TV for watching kids channels for 95% of the time and none of those channel logos have burnt in (and I also have the automatic screen refresh cycle settings enabled), so it depends on the specific intensity and colour.

Here is another guy with the exact same problem

avforums.com/thr…21/

I've just ordered a Samsung QE75Q90R as even though it is step down in quality to the oled, I'm fed up with babying it and want to get back into gaming. The C6 will be moved into the bedroom.
Edited by: "luvclub" 23rd Feb
luvclub23/02/2020 00:50

I own a 65 inch C6 and have several burnt in areas.Top left I have the row …I own a 65 inch C6 and have several burnt in areas.Top left I have the row of hearts (health bar) from Breath Of The Wild faintly burnt in. Probably just one play through over 3 months. I had mainly played in portable mode too.Top left I also have a faint YouTube app logo which appears during video selection.The worst case is in the bottom right where I have the two fast select coloured buttons from the YouTube app.Overall the kids probably use the TV for watching kids channels for 95% of the time and none of those channel logos have burnt in (and I also have the automatic screen refresh cycle settings enabled), so it depends on the specific intensity and colour.Here is another guy with the exact same problemhttps://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-oled65b6v-burn-in-caused-by-youtube-app.2128221/I've just ordered a Samsung QE75Q90R as even though it is step down in quality to the oled, I'm fed up with babying it and want to get back into gaming. The C6 will be moved into the bedroom.



Sounds like you had a dreadful experience and are right to be aggrieved. I'm hoping my E6 never suffers with this and the newer OLED are much improved.

Is yours calibrated and what picture mode was YouTube on?
luvclub23/02/2020 00:50

I own a 65 inch C6 and have several burnt in areas.Top left I have the row …I own a 65 inch C6 and have several burnt in areas.Top left I have the row of hearts (health bar) from Breath Of The Wild faintly burnt in. Probably just one play through over 3 months. I had mainly played in portable mode too.Top left I also have a faint YouTube app logo which appears during video selection.The worst case is in the bottom right where I have the two fast select coloured buttons from the YouTube app.Overall the kids probably use the TV for watching kids channels for 95% of the time and none of those channel logos have burnt in (and I also have the automatic screen refresh cycle settings enabled), so it depends on the specific intensity and colour.Here is another guy with the exact same problemhttps://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-oled65b6v-burn-in-caused-by-youtube-app.2128221/I've just ordered a Samsung QE75Q90R as even though it is step down in quality to the oled, I'm fed up with babying it and want to get back into gaming. The C6 will be moved into the bedroom.


Couldn’t agree more!
I’ve had a nightmare with LG and their shoddy poor poor poor customer service!!!

Waiting for the 75Q90R to come down in price, never OLED again! I hope LG get knocked out the game by someone that can produce decent TVs without retention/burn in issues.....
Lee_Rogmeister22/02/2020 22:49

How bright did you have your tv to suffer from this? Did you have it on …How bright did you have your tv to suffer from this? Did you have it on vivid mode or something? I had mine calibrated for day and night and could sit and watch sky sports all day


I didn't have mine calibrated, but as a rule, i generally turn brightness/backlight levels to as low as possible, without it becoming awful to watch.
I have no idea why my set suffered and others didn't. When I argued the case with LG Tech dept, they told me it was cumulative hours of viewing that cause degradation, not consecutive, so a 10 hour-long session of Sky News for instance would cause the same degradation as 20 x 30 minute sessions. I didn't really buy into it, as i'm sure they just didn't want to deal with any burn-in issue.
I never suffered burn-in on any Plasma screens I owned, and i'm always very careful, but for the moment, I just wouldn't buy another OLED. I was 1000% happy with the OLED for the first year, and would have argued the case with anyone who said they suffered burn-in on theirs. Then it happened to me.
I'd be curious to see, if, by any chance, yours developed some burn-in, whether you would/wouldn't change your opinion. Not looking to start an argument or anything, but it was only when my set suffered, that I changed my opinion.
greatcapp23/02/2020 14:35

I didn't have mine calibrated, but as a rule, i generally turn …I didn't have mine calibrated, but as a rule, i generally turn brightness/backlight levels to as low as possible, without it becoming awful to watch.I have no idea why my set suffered and others didn't. When I argued the case with LG Tech dept, they told me it was cumulative hours of viewing that cause degradation, not consecutive, so a 10 hour-long session of Sky News for instance would cause the same degradation as 20 x 30 minute sessions. I didn't really buy into it, as i'm sure they just didn't want to deal with any burn-in issue.I never suffered burn-in on any Plasma screens I owned, and i'm always very careful, but for the moment, I just wouldn't buy another OLED. I was 1000% happy with the OLED for the first year, and would have argued the case with anyone who said they suffered burn-in on theirs. Then it happened to me.I'd be curious to see, if, by any chance, yours developed some burn-in, whether you would/wouldn't change your opinion. Not looking to start an argument or anything, but it was only when my set suffered, that I changed my opinion.


I honestly dont know mate. This is my second oled that has been good as gold. I imagine I'd be pretty disappointed if I had suffered the problem especially as an avid gamer. I have sky q, a ps pro and a switch on mine. To be fair the tv is turned on in the morning and on all day if people are in. Even if they arent watching it the family are murder for that. Both my brothers own OLEDs on my recommendation. One has a b6 and the other a b8. Thankfully nothing on theres so far. These are all 55 inch versions as well. Not sure if yours was bigger and if that makes a difference?
Lee_Rogmeister23/02/2020 14:41

I honestly dont know mate. This is my second oled that has been good as …I honestly dont know mate. This is my second oled that has been good as gold. I imagine I'd be pretty disappointed if I had suffered the problem especially as an avid gamer. I have sky q, a ps pro and a switch on mine. To be fair the tv is turned on in the morning and on all day if people are in. Even if they arent watching it the family are murder for that. Both my brothers own OLEDs on my recommendation. One has a b6 and the other a b8. Thankfully nothing on theres so far. These are all 55 inch versions as well. Not sure if yours was bigger and if that makes a difference?


Mine was the 65". I really don't know enough about them to know if it makes a difference.

For now though, I feel I can relax again & watch whatever I like without having to worry if i'm leaving a permanent mark anywhere on the screen.I'm sure the experts are right, and the OLED does produce the better picture, but to my eyes (which aren't as good as they were 10 years back) I just can't see any difference.
Lee_Rogmeister23/02/2020 08:21

Sounds like you had a dreadful experience and are right to be aggrieved. …Sounds like you had a dreadful experience and are right to be aggrieved. I'm hoping my E6 never suffers with this and the newer OLED are much improved. Is yours calibrated and what picture mode was YouTube on?


I've painfully calibrated it the best that I could using a x-rite i1display pro and various calibration discs under expert dark/bright. I usually use my TV in the evenings and my room doesn't get a lot of sunlight therefore i have oled light at around 40.
greatcapp23/02/2020 14:45

Mine was the 65". I really don't know enough about them to know if it …Mine was the 65". I really don't know enough about them to know if it makes a difference.For now though, I feel I can relax again & watch whatever I like without having to worry if i'm leaving a permanent mark anywhere on the screen.I'm sure the experts are right, and the OLED does produce the better picture, but to my eyes (which aren't as good as they were 10 years back) I just can't see any difference.


Proper bizarre mate. I have been tempted by samsung for my upgrade this year the hdr gaming but the lack of hdmi 2.1 and Dolby vision is making me stick with lg
replicant6923/02/2020 11:09

Couldn’t agree more!I’ve had a nightmare with LG and their shoddy poor poo …Couldn’t agree more!I’ve had a nightmare with LG and their shoddy poor poor poor customer service!!! Waiting for the 75Q90R to come down in price, never OLED again! I hope LG get knocked out the game by someone that can produce decent TVs without retention/burn in issues.....


This is how I plan to get my 75Q90R for a decent price.

£3299 (full RRP on Samsung website)
-£250 (10% CompleteSavings cashback restricted to £250 monthly max - not shown on Samsung invoice)
-£1000 (trade-in old 55inch 1080p OLED that I bought for £280 from Amazon Warehouse in 2017)
-£106 (promotional cashback from a new Amex credit card)
=£1943 net cost
luvclub23/02/2020 14:54

This is how I plan to get my 75Q90R for a decent price.£3299 (full RRP on …This is how I plan to get my 75Q90R for a decent price.£3299 (full RRP on Samsung website)-£250 (10% CompleteSavings cashback restricted to £250 monthly max - not shown on Samsung invoice)-£1000 (trade-in old 55inch 1080p OLED that I bought for £280 from Amazon Warehouse in 2017)-£106 (promotional cashback from a new Amex credit card)=£1943 net cost


Do you have access to a blue light card? Some decent savings through that as well for samsung.
luvclub23/02/2020 14:51

I've painfully calibrated it the best that I could using a x-rite …I've painfully calibrated it the best that I could using a x-rite i1display pro and various calibration discs under expert dark/bright. I usually use my TV in the evenings and my room doesn't get a lot of sunlight therefore i have oled light at around 40.


Without going right into details my isf bright room is calibrated to 65 oled light, 85 contrast, 51 brightness. Obviously everything else is calibrated by the equipment in detail
luvclub23/02/2020 14:54

This is how I plan to get my 75Q90R for a decent price.£3299 (full RRP on …This is how I plan to get my 75Q90R for a decent price.£3299 (full RRP on Samsung website)-£250 (10% CompleteSavings cashback restricted to £250 monthly max - not shown on Samsung invoice)-£1000 (trade-in old 55inch 1080p OLED that I bought for £280 from Amazon Warehouse in 2017)-£106 (promotional cashback from a new Amex credit card)=£1943 net cost


Just had a check the model you want is £2969 on the samsung website through the blue light app.
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