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Samsung QE65Q90R 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 2000 Smart QLED TV £1999 Richer Sounds - 6 year warranty
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Samsung QE65Q90R 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 2000 Smart QLED TV £1999 Richer Sounds - 6 year warranty

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Posted 23rd JanEdited by:"Badpoet"

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Hey all,

slight update - TV50 code highlighted in the E9 deal also works on this currently.

Can’t decide between QLED and OLED, so been keeping an eye on some models.

Price dropped again and the £400 cash back if you buy a tv or soundbar is still available as well - so in theory if you make 75% back on the product if you sell it’s at £1700. Better if you need two big TVs or the soundbar of course!

Forgot to add this morning - same price in Curry’s and John Lewis if you prefer, elsewhere also looking at the web.

Seems a decent deal for right now.

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QLED for use in bright room, brightness, better HDR, longevity and warranty for the display panel (10 years)

OLED for deeper blacks, more punchier colours.Only standard warranty, and no warranty against burn-in (however this shouldn't matter for normal people)

Depends which matters to you more.

Please note: Picture quality doesn't differ for either high end OLED or QLED.

Personally, I'm for QLED as warranty matters more, especially with the price, and HDR is much better.
Edited by: "TheAsimMohammed" 23rd Jan
TheAsimMohammed23/01/2020 09:11

QLED for use in bright room, brightness, better HDR, longevity and …QLED for use in bright room, brightness, better HDR, longevity and warranty for the display panel (10 years)OLED for deeper blacks, more punchier colours.Only standard warranty, and no warranty against burn-in (however this shouldn't matter for normal people)Depends which matters to you more.Please note: Picture quality doesn't differ for either high end OLED or QLED.Personally, I'm for QLED as warranty matters more, especially with the price, and HDR is much better.


I would disagree regarding picture, my OLED has better picture than my qled, my qled has better hdr though and obviously no chance of burn in
gopolog8623/01/2020 09:24

I would disagree regarding picture, my OLED has better picture than my …I would disagree regarding picture, my OLED has better picture than my qled, my qled has better hdr though and obviously no chance of burn in


I guess what i meant was, if you go higher in price the differences are subtle. But you would need to have both to see the differences.
Unless you plan on keeping your oled for more than 10 years or have static images on the screen all the time, the modern oleds have very little burn in risk from what I have read. It's more Samsung's great marketing that's exaggerating the risk. They didn't bang on about burn in when they sold plasmas that were much more susceptible.

For what it's worth i have a 2016 lg oled, no signs of burn in so far.
Edited by: "Mars104" 23rd Jan
Been waiting on the 55 version of this or 85r to be a great deal for months now. Surely it's coming soon?...
TheAsimMohammed23/01/2020 09:37

I guess what i meant was, if you go higher in price the differences are …I guess what i meant was, if you go higher in price the differences are subtle. But you would need to have both to see the differences.


I have a LG OLED C8 and QLED 85R, yeah i get what you mean not a massive difference for overall quality whichever one you pick you won't be disappointed that's for sure as both are quality TVs
From what I've seen, this is the year that the top QLED sets have finally delivered a proper high end product rather than a very high end LCD and the choice between the two has become much more difficult. Things are still developing though so happy with my last of the line 1080 plasma for now as I don't sit with my nose on the screen
I am in the same boat and have went for the LG C9 due to HDMI 2.1 features - I have upgraded from a 2016 QLED.
b1g1an23/01/2020 12:47

From what I've seen, this is the year that the top QLED sets have finally …From what I've seen, this is the year that the top QLED sets have finally delivered a proper high end product rather than a very high end LCD and the choice between the two has become much more difficult. Things are still developing though so happy with my last of the line 1080 plasma for now as I don't sit with my nose on the screen


Same. I spent over an hour in richer sounds comparing C9 to Q90R, it was tough but I expected oled to be a clear sooner and it wasn't. * Oled at 65" is cheaper than qled
* C9 has full hdmi 2.1 support
* Better colours out the box in oled for normal TV (although star wars on the qled looked better)
* I could control the light in my room so reflections and dimmer screen didn't matter
* Contrast on oled is better so you see more detail in people's faces and clothes and sky.

There is a very real chance in 3 years I'll buy qled. As oled is limited in terms of future improvements but there still on tricks to improve brightness like removing the polarising filter. QOLED and mini/mircoled can blend the pros of both TV's.
What would a 2.1 hdmi give to make you go for it?
johnro24/01/2020 03:08

What would a 2.1 hdmi give to make you go for it?



2.1 is a future proofing thing and if you are a gamer it could well be a big deal for the new consoles with some very good features for that to do with refresh rates - have a look at vrr and allm. Somebody linked this on another thread and it’s very good explanation google.co.uk/amp…amp
Badpoet24/01/2020 06:40

2.1 is a future proofing thing and if you are a gamer it could well be a …2.1 is a future proofing thing and if you are a gamer it could well be a big deal for the new consoles with some very good features for that to do with refresh rates - have a look at vrr and allm. Somebody linked this on another thread and it’s very good explanation https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/why-you-should-wait-to-buy-a-new-tv-2020-tv-features-pricing-oled-qled-miniled/%3famp


Cool. So really quite a small market then. I was trying to find a bit more details about what the larger/normal user will benefit from aiming for 2.1 instead of just 2
johnro24/01/2020 06:45

Cool. So really quite a small market then. I was trying to find a bit more …Cool. So really quite a small market then. I was trying to find a bit more details about what the larger/normal user will benefit from aiming for 2.1 instead of just 2


2.1 is higher bandwidth. 48gbps vs 18gbps of hdmi 2.0. Hdmi 2.1 is needed for 120hz 4k and 8k 60hz.

HDMI 2.1 features like allm, vrr, qms, e-arc etc are software based and can be added to hdmi 2.0 tvs and AVRs. So potentially you can still get these on older tvs if the manufacturer supports it. I've not checked but I guess hdmi 2.1 TV's could choose not to implement them and only take the higher bandwidth.

I went 2.1 for future proof sake.
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