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samsung\'s 2017 tv line up - with prices

by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-09-03
Samsung has launched the most extensive 2017 LCD TV ever.
From the brand\'s point of view, these suits will take up everything --
Top-of-the-line new QLED 4k HDR technology with direct access to a brand new full hd TV.
The following is the details of each TV newly released by Samsung 2017 series, including the price.
Sq9f range of 4 k hdr models (reviewed here)
Samsung\'s 2017 flagship TV uses a new QLED technology.
I \'ve covered this in detail in a separate article and plan to add a few technical backgrounds to it soon, so what I\'m going to say here is that it uses a new narrow
Beam, metal cladding quantum dots capable of providing higher brightness (
Nits in Q9Fs as of 2000)
Color range (99% of the DCI-P3)
Any LCD technology than before.
Of course, the idea behind all this is that it should unleash more potential for high dynamic range and wide color range technologies that are currently causing great buzz in the TV world.
Use Edge LED lighting for Q9f, although the LED is distributed on both sides of the screen, not on the top or bottom, it makes it easier for you to avoid the problem of blurry light in the black bar above and below many movies.
It is also important to emphasize that the new QLED panel design works in a way that means it can more effectively control the way the lighting hits the quantum dot --
Hybrid using hardware and complex processing-
Except for normal edge LED lighting.
Like all of Samsung\'s HDR-enabled TVs this year, Q9Fs will support the new Hybrid Log gamma broadcast HDR formats HDR10 and HDR10, the latter of which is Samsung\'s Dolby Vision-
Like systems that add dynamic metadata for HDR signals to improve image quality.
Samsung\'s new Q engine processing system integrates image quality and the smart features of tvs, which is said to be 40% more powerful than any product Samsung previously produced.
This is the characteristic of Q9F-called bezel-
Less metal design with minimal frame around the screen.
Also, to be more precise, the only cable to enter the screen, in addition to the power cord, is a very thin, almost transparent cable that extends from the external junction box.
The last interesting thing about the Q9F series is that they are flat, not curved, which marks a difference between Samsung\'s trend in recent years and its top bendingend TVs.
Size/Price: 88-inch ($TBA), 65-inch ($4,999/£4,900)
Surface/plane: Tablet: YesConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, horizontal mounted lamp with 14 local dimming area processing engine: Q engineering 10-
Bit Panel: YesQ8C range (Reviewed here)
The most obvious difference between Q8Cs and Q9Fs is that Q8Cs is curved, not flat.
Also, despite this, they use a vertically installed edge lighting system with less dimming area and a maximum light output of 1500 nits compared to ff\'s 2000 nits.
Their sound system is not that powerful either.
Although 60 W above 4 W. 2-
The channel configuration still sounds strong.
Size/Price: 75-inch ($6,799. 99/£TBA), 65-inch ($3,999. 99/£3,800), 55-inch ($2,999. 99/£2999)
Curve/plane: curve qled: YesConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local lighting processing engine: Q engineering 10-
Bit Panel: YesQ7C range Q7Cs adds Q8Cs to the motion bending screen, and the peak brightness output of the Edge LED array is 1500 nits.
The local dimming areas of their vertical mounting edge LED lighting are also less than Q8Cs and are less powerful (40W across 2. 2 channels)speaker system.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($3,099. 99/£3,299), 55-inch ($2,199. 99/£2,499), 49-inch (UK only,£2,199. 99)
Curve/plane: curve qled: YesConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local lighting processing engine: Q engineering 10-
Bit panel: YesQ7F range this is a tablet version of the Q7C series.
Size/Price: 75-inch ($4,999. 99/£4,999), 65-inch ($2,999. 99/£3,099), 55-inch ($1,999. 99/£2,299), 49-inch (UK only: 1,694)
Surface/plane: Tablet: YesConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local lighting processing engine: Q engineering 10-
Bit panel: YesMU9000 rangthe MU9000s is designed to provide a more affordable 4k HDR solution for people who can\'t afford a QLED suit.
Instead of using QLED, they use a dynamic crystal color system similar to last year\'s KS model, and they also work with last year\'s edge-
Light the KS model by claiming a peak brightness of 1000 nits.
They use a powerful 4k color drive extreme handling, offering a wider range of shades than models that are farther in the MU range.
They use triple black extreme handling and light management to enhance the amount of detail you can see in a dark scene.
The MU9000 series also has-
There is no reflective coating on the screen for other MU series.
Using an edge LED lighting system with local dimming, the MU9000s can provide about 94% of the DCI spectrum.
As with all MU models, local dimming offers eight areas on models up to 55 inch and 12 areas on larger screen sizes.
Although the MU9000s retains the metal design of the qled TV, the \"borderless\" effect covers only three sides, not four.
In addition, you will not run \"invisible\" cables between the external connection box and the screen;
You just need a standard cable.
Note that while the MU9000s in the US is flat, it is curved in the UK.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($1,999. 99/£2,489), 55-inch ($1,499. 99/£1,739), 49-inch (
Not available in the US/1,659)
Bending/flat: flat in USA, curved in Europe: NoConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted light with local light handling engine: 240Hz, 4k color drive extreme, 3 black extreme 10-
Bit Panel: YesMU8500 series (US only;
No Europe)
The MU8500s is different in terms of specifications from the U. S. MU9000 model, which provides a curved screen with no defense
Reflective coating, only three black (
Not three black extremes)processing.
This means that they will not provide so much detail and shadow in the dark areas.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($1,699. 99), 55-inch ($1,299. 99)
Bending/flat: Curved qled: NoConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local dimmingProcessing engine: 240Hz, 4k color drive extreme, 3 Black 10-
Bit panel: YesMU8000 range although it is worth noting that 49-
There is no comparison of Samsung in the Inch Version-
The rich \"ultra-black\" LCD panel is the case with the large screen.
The MU8000s in the United States and Europe are more or less the same.
Size/Price: 75-inch ($2,999. 99/£3,995), 65-inch ($1,699. 99/£2,189), 55-inch ($1,199. 99/£1,699), 49-inch ($999. 99/£1,289)
Curve/plane: Flat Panel: No confirmation HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local dimmingProcessing engine: 240Hz, 4k color drive extreme, 3 Black 10-
Bit Panel: YesMU7500 series (US only;
Not available in the UK)
These curved TVs discard the \"extreme\" part of the 4k color Drive in the MU8000 and MU9000, meaning that they produce a lower color range (
Of course, this is more than a \"regular\" LCD TV).
They don\'t use Samsung\'s so-either-
Called the \"super black\" panel, so will not reach with step-up models.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($1,499. 99), 55-inch ($1,099. 99), 49-inch ($949. 99)
Bending/flat: Curved qled: NoConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local lighting processing engine: 240Hz, 4k color Drive Pro, triple black 10-
Bit panel: YesMU7000 range you won\'t be surprised to hear that mu7000 is a flat version of mu7500.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($1,399. 99/£1,989), 55-inch ($899. 99/£1,449), 49-inch ($749. 99/£1,095), 40-inch ($699. 99/TBC UK)
Curve/plane: Flat Panel: No confirmation HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted lamp with local lighting processing engine: 240Hz, 4k color Drive Pro, triple black 10-
Bit Panel: YesMU6500 series (
In addition, in the UK, it is usually adjusted according to the exclusive design differences or small features of different retailers, and there are many other MU number variants)
From the MU7 series to the MU6 model, the specifications have dropped a lot.
10-you lose support
It was a bit of a color at the beginning, limiting the group\'s handling of a wide color range source.
Their brightness also did not reach 1000 nits, and the color was further affected by the transition from the dynamic active crystal color of the MU7 series to the active crystal color only (
While you can still get 4k color Drive Pro processing).
The motion handling function is not so powerful, and the Edge LED backlight of the MU6 series does not have any local dimming function.
Instead, you can work with Samsung\'s \"highest UHD dimming\" for dimming the entire frame.
The latter feature breaks down the image into thousands of separate areas in order to perform a more accurate analysis when the TV determines how to best present the image.
The sound output also dropped from 40w of the upgraded MU model to 20 w.
The MU6500 model uses a curved screen.
Size/Price: 65-inch ($1,499. 99/£1,799), 55-inch ($999. 99/£899), 49-inch ($749. 99/£719)
Bending/flat: Curved qled: NoConfirmed HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted light, no local dimming10-
Bit panel: NoMU6300 range this is a flat version of MU6500s.
Size/Price: 75-inch ($2,800), 65-inch ($1,299. 99), 55-inch ($799. 99), 50-inch ($749. 99), 43-inch ($599. 99), 40-inch ($549. 99)
Curve/plane: Flat Panel: No confirmation HDR support: HDR 10, HDR10 (
Dynamic metadata)
, Mixed log gammasscreen resolution: 3840x260 screen technology: edge-
LCD, vertical mounted light, no local dimming10-
Bit Panel: sun49m5300, NoFull HD model (
UN49M5000 in the UK)
This is a new 49-if you don\'t need a 4k TV-
2017-inch full HD model.
It uses a flat rather than a curved screen and uses edge LED lighting without local dimming.
It has the smart TV function of two HDMIs.
Size/Price: 49-inch ($479. 99/£549)
Surface/plate: flat resolution: 1920x1080M5500, M5510, M5600 (UK only)
The three full HD models appear to be available only in the UK and Europe, designed to provide a wider range of sizes and finishes for the full HD market than the international M5000 mentioned above.
Size/Price: M5510 series (
White finish)-55-inch (£650), 49-inch (£575)and 43-inch (£519)M5500 range (
Dark gray finish)-55-inch (£799), 49-inch (£729), 43-inch (£609), and 32-inch (£409)M5600 range (
Finished in light gray)-55-inch, 49-inch, 43-inch, 32-inch (
Price not available when writing)--
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