Samsung QLED 2019 4K QE65Q90R Unidays / Student / Work scheme £2564.32 from Samsung
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Samsung QLED 2019 4K QE65Q90R Unidays / Student / Work scheme £2564.32 from Samsung

£2,564.32£2,6493%Samsung Store Deals
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Posted 11th Aug
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Samsung QLED QE65Q90R for 2549 after cashback
plus QE65Q85R for 1799 after cashback .. plus a few more. Also the 75 ones have 25% off va regular samsung website.
Great prices for the ones that have access to unidays / work scheme.
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Lol how there's student in the title. Yes they're eligible but your average student isn't spending 2 bags on a TV
Edited by: "TheUser123" 11th Aug
TheUser12311/08/2019 08:11

Lol how there's student in the title. Yes they're eligible but your …Lol how there's student in the title. Yes they're eligible but your average student isn't spending 2 bags on a TV


Is students/workplaces
Hmmm, shall I have enough money to eat for a year, or buy a telly.
Currys/John Lewis is 3419 - 300 cashback = 3119.. so more than 500 cheaper
Edited by: "Lazaroi_Anca" 11th Aug
Wow more expensive than a 65 inch C9!
Ain't noone gonna be sspending 2.5k on a 65in tv in 2019.
2019 Samsung QLED’s are stupid money. LCD TVs in general are coming down in price, but Samsung seem to be trying to take advantage of those who want qled.

i often look at the EPP Samsung store, but more often than not a lot of the models are out of stock.
5Rivers7911/08/2019 08:35

Wow more expensive than a 65 inch C9!


C9 is pure eye candy! Watched blue planet II, Captain Marvel and Gardians of the Galaxy on one so far, OLED is still the benchmark in my eyes. Only thing the qled does is brighter hdr, I'll take pure blacks over a little brighter hdr any day.

Had a movie buff techie mate over to watch a movie, he was continuously commenting on how amazing the C9 was compared to his led TV (don't know what he has)
jmp_ldn11/08/2019 09:57

C9 is pure eye candy! Watched blue planet II, Captain Marvel and Gardians …C9 is pure eye candy! Watched blue planet II, Captain Marvel and Gardians of the Galaxy on one so far, OLED is still the benchmark in my eyes. Only thing the qled does is brighter hdr, I'll take pure blacks over a little brighter hdr any day.Had a movie buff techie mate over to watch a movie, he was continuously commenting on how amazing the C9 was compared to his led TV (don't know what he has)


For films and nature, you want a projector my good man
FunkiestMonkey11/08/2019 10:13

For films and nature, you want a projector my good man


Projectors don't match the contrast and colours the oled panels can achieve, I'll take quality over quality thanks
Where is @tempt to inform as about 10 years burn-in warranty?
Students must be loaded
jmp_ldn11/08/2019 10:19

Projectors don't match the contrast and colours the oled panels can …Projectors don't match the contrast and colours the oled panels can achieve, I'll take quality over quality thanks


You made a mistake there.
The not so obvious one is that a 106in picture with better than lcd colour reproduction and hdr image immerses you in the movie or nature scape like an oled never could.
tempt11/08/2019 13:31

happy to help, please follow this …happy to help, please follow this link:https://my-samsung.com/uk/mysamsung/offers/#/MLYQL2WGD8WHQ/


Thanks!
FunkiestMonkey11/08/2019 10:30

You made a mistake there.The not so obvious one is that a 106in picture …You made a mistake there.The not so obvious one is that a 106in picture with better than lcd colour reproduction and hdr image immerses you in the movie or nature scape like an oled never could.


Are projectors able to display Dolby Vision? Must have feature for me.
5Rivers7911/08/2019 20:10

Are projectors able to display Dolby Vision? Must have feature for me.


You would never notice that you watching Dolby vision. It is like atmos. Can tell the difference in A B tests but not totally isolated from, say HDR 10bit.
Whereas....65in screen is fraction of the size of a ~100in screen with wonderful brightness of a massive picture on a massive screen.
For some reason the colours just seem richer beinf reflected off a screen as compared to being shone through a tv screen
FunkiestMonkey11/08/2019 21:42

You would never notice that you watching Dolby vision. It is like atmos. …You would never notice that you watching Dolby vision. It is like atmos. Can tell the difference in A B tests but not totally isolated from, say HDR 10bit. Whereas....65in screen is fraction of the size of a ~100in screen with wonderful brightness of a massive picture on a massive screen. For some reason the colours just seem richer beinf reflected off a screen as compared to being shone through a tv screen


Dolby Vision is extremely noticeable and looks amazing on oleds. Atmos sound is on another level to 7.1 tracks.

Have never seen an image on any tv look better than what a oled can produce.
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