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SAMSUNG 65" Class 4K Ultra HD (2160P) HDR Smart QLED TV QN65Q90R (2019 Model)

Model: QN65Q90RAFXZA
Walmart # 573929865
$2197.99$2197.99
List Was $3499.99
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The pinnacle of our 4K TV lineup. And once it draws your eye you'll want to watch more. Colors spring to life in breathtaking new shades with our finest HDR, and a full array of concentrated LED zones reveals hidden details in even the darkest scenes. You need to see it to believe it.
  • Screen Size
    65"
  • Resolution
    4K UHD
  • Is Smart
    Y
  • Display Technology
    QLED
  • Number of HDMI Connections
    4
  • Backlight Type
    LED

Customer Review Snapshot

4.8 out of 5 stars
306 total reviews
5 stars
264
4 stars
28
3 stars
9
2 stars
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1 star
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Most helpful positive review
The Samsung Q90R quite simply has the best picture I have ever seen on a TV. There are lots of other amazing features to it, but the most important with any TV is the picture, and the picture on this TV is stunning. My previous TV was a Samsung Q7C, and THAT had a great picture, save for a few issues. Samsung fixed the only issues that detracted from that model- a distracting edge light, so-so contrast, and terrible viewing angles. The Q90R has none of these issues. There is NO edge-light issue with this TV at all. The blacks are deep and dark, even in letterbox format with a bright scene showing (see picture 1). The 'auto-brightness' feature seems to work very well, too. Poor viewing angles are also no-longer an issue thanks to the new technology Samsung has developed. On past models the picture would completely "wash out" when viewing from an angle. That is not the case anymore. In picture 2 you can see from an extreme angle it is still very easy to make out detail, with no wash out at all. As far as I'm concerned, Samsung has solved the LED contrast issue. Watching Netflix documentary "Our Planet" in 4k the picture is incredibly detailed-- better than any TV I have ever seen, period. Games also look amazing, and no burn-in danger! On my PS4 so far I've tried Assassin't Creed Odyssey, Spider-Man and Red Dead II and they all look incredible. The other features are what you would expect from a high-end TV, with a couple of nice Samsung touches. The Smart TV apps cover a nice variety, and are very easy to navigate (as is the entire menu). The built in Bixby feature is okay and seems to work fine, but I haven't had much use for it yet. I have a Samsung Galaxy Q9, and it found the TV instantly--I love being able to control it with my phone (since I ALWAYS know where that is, unlike my remotes) and the Smart Things app. My Alexa will also control it. Very cool. The "one connect" box is fantastic, as usual, and makes mounting the TV without wires showing a breeze. The sound is good, but a system like this requires a great sound system (it pairs well with the Samsung HW950 soundbar!). For quiet listening when I'm awake but the family is sleeping I pair it with my Bluetooth headphones. My one complaint is the remote is the 'cheap' version of the Samsung remotes, which I found confusing--the Q7C came with the sleek metal remote, this one is black plastic. It works fine but I would have expected a nicer remote for a TV of this caliber (and expense). It's a small thing and really doesn't affect my enjoyment of the TV at all, but why cheap out on the remote? If you're looking for the best TV on the market, this is it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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The pinnacle of our 4K TV lineup. And once it draws your eye you'll want to watch more. Colors spring to life in breathtaking new shades with our finest HDR, and a full array of concentrated LED zones reveals hidden details in even the darkest scenes. You need to see it to believe it.

Product Type
  • QLED

Picture
  • Direct Full Array 16X
  • Quantum Processor 4K
  • Quantum HDR 16X
  • 100% Color Volume with Quantum Dot
  • 4K UHD
  • Real Game Enhancer
  • Motion Rate 240

Style
  • One Invisible Connection
  • One Connect Box
  • No Gap Wall Mount
  • Ultra Viewing Angle
  • Boundless 360


Design

  • Bezel Color: Carbon Silver
  • Stand Color: Carbon Silver
  • Bezel-free Design
  • The feet design on 82" screen size varies slightly from the featured image.

Smart
  • Smart TV with Universal Guide
  • Bixby on TV
  • Ambient Mode
  • Samsung OneRemote
  • SmartThings Compatible

Connections
  • 4 HDMI Connections
  • 3 USB Connections
  • LAN Port
  • 802.11AC built-in Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • RS232 Control (EX-Link)
  • IP Control Support4
  • Optical Audio Output Port

Audio
  • Dolby
  • Digital Plus
  • 60 Watt 4.2 Channel

Included Accessories
  • Samsung OneRemote
  • One Connect Box & Cable

Industry Certifications
  • CTA 4K Ultra HD Connected

Warning:

Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

Display Technology
QLED
Resolution
4K UHD
Connector Type
Wireless, RS-232, Micro USB Connector, Digital Audio, Ethernet, HDMI
Model
QN65Q90RAFXZA
Screen Size
65"
Is Smart
Y
Brand
Samsung
Assembled Product Weight
103.2 lbs
Depth (with stand)
11.20"
Condition
New
Width (with stand)
57.10"
Manufacturer Part Number
QN65Q90RAFXZA
Series
Q90 Series
Streaming Services
Netflix, HBO NOW, Hulu, CBS, VUDU, Google Play Movies & TV, YouTube, Smart TV with Bixby Voice, Apps and Full Web Browser
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
Height (with stand)
36.30"
Features
Game Mode, Connect Share, Auto Power Off, Sport Mode, Auto Motion Plus, Hybrid Log Gamma, RF Antenna Input, Quantum Dot Technology, Closed Caption, Screen Mirroring, Ultra Black, Auto Program, Audio Return Channel (ARC), Digital Clean View, SmartThings App, Gallery Mode, Progressive Scan, One Invisible Connection, HDR10, Ambient Mode, Ultimate UHD Dimming, Quantum HDR 16x, HDR 10+, Film Mode, Embedded POP
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
7.80 x 63.80 x 38.20 Inches

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
264
4 stars
28
3 stars
9
2 stars
3
1 star
2

Top mentions

Most helpful positive review
6 customers found this helpful
Best TV I have ever owned
The Samsung Q90R quite simply has the best picture I have ever seen on a TV. There are lots of other amazing features to it, but the most important with any TV is the picture, and the picture on this TV is stunning. My previous TV was a Samsung Q7C, and THAT had a great picture, save for a few issues. Samsung fixed the only issues that detracted from that model- a distracting edge light, so-so contrast, and terrible viewing angles. The Q90R has none of these issues. There is NO edge-light issue with this TV at all. The blacks are deep and dark, even in letterbox format with a bright scene showing (see picture 1). The 'auto-brightness' feature seems to work very well, too. Poor viewing angles are also no-longer an issue thanks to the new technology Samsung has developed. On past models the picture would completely "wash out" when viewing from an angle. That is not the case anymore. In picture 2 you can see from an extreme angle it is still very easy to make out detail, with no wash out at all. As far as I'm concerned, Samsung has solved the LED contrast issue. Watching Netflix documentary "Our Planet" in 4k the picture is incredibly detailed-- better than any TV I have ever seen, period. Games also look amazing, and no burn-in danger! On my PS4 so far I've tried Assassin't Creed Odyssey, Spider-Man and Red Dead II and they all look incredible. The other features are what you would expect from a high-end TV, with a couple of nice Samsung touches. The Smart TV apps cover a nice variety, and are very easy to navigate (as is the entire menu). The built in Bixby feature is okay and seems to work fine, but I haven't had much use for it yet. I have a Samsung Galaxy Q9, and it found the TV instantly--I love being able to control it with my phone (since I ALWAYS know where that is, unlike my remotes) and the Smart Things app. My Alexa will also control it. Very cool. The "one connect" box is fantastic, as usual, and makes mounting the TV without wires showing a breeze. The sound is good, but a system like this requires a great sound system (it pairs well with the Samsung HW950 soundbar!). For quiet listening when I'm awake but the family is sleeping I pair it with my Bluetooth headphones. My one complaint is the remote is the 'cheap' version of the Samsung remotes, which I found confusing--the Q7C came with the sleek metal remote, this one is black plastic. It works fine but I would have expected a nicer remote for a TV of this caliber (and expense). It's a small thing and really doesn't affect my enjoyment of the TV at all, but why cheap out on the remote? If you're looking for the best TV on the market, this is it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
11 customers found this helpful
Excellent TV... but....
I bought this expensive TV looking forward to play Xbox/PS4 on it. TV arrived today, everything was fine until I try to connect external devices (PS4/XBOX). It didn't work...tried to reset, change cable, HDMI troubleshoot, change ports, devices... everything ! Devices and cables works in other Samsung's TVs I have (2018 model). I decided to rest and turn off and now the TV doesn't start !! After waiting 2 weeks (due preorder) I'm really mad because living room TV doesn't work ! Any help are appreciated... and I really expect something quick (not taking longer than week or two). I believe the connect box are the issue (or cable).
Most helpful positive review
6 customers found this helpful
Best TV I have ever owned
The Samsung Q90R quite simply has the best picture I have ever seen on a TV. There are lots of other amazing features to it, but the most important with any TV is the picture, and the picture on this TV is stunning. My previous TV was a Samsung Q7C, and THAT had a great picture, save for a few issues. Samsung fixed the only issues that detracted from that model- a distracting edge light, so-so contrast, and terrible viewing angles. The Q90R has none of these issues. There is NO edge-light issue with this TV at all. The blacks are deep and dark, even in letterbox format with a bright scene showing (see picture 1). The 'auto-brightness' feature seems to work very well, too. Poor viewing angles are also no-longer an issue thanks to the new technology Samsung has developed. On past models the picture would completely "wash out" when viewing from an angle. That is not the case anymore. In picture 2 you can see from an extreme angle it is still very easy to make out detail, with no wash out at all. As far as I'm concerned, Samsung has solved the LED contrast issue. Watching Netflix documentary "Our Planet" in 4k the picture is incredibly detailed-- better than any TV I have ever seen, period. Games also look amazing, and no burn-in danger! On my PS4 so far I've tried Assassin't Creed Odyssey, Spider-Man and Red Dead II and they all look incredible. The other features are what you would expect from a high-end TV, with a couple of nice Samsung touches. The Smart TV apps cover a nice variety, and are very easy to navigate (as is the entire menu). The built in Bixby feature is okay and seems to work fine, but I haven't had much use for it yet. I have a Samsung Galaxy Q9, and it found the TV instantly--I love being able to control it with my phone (since I ALWAYS know where that is, unlike my remotes) and the Smart Things app. My Alexa will also control it. Very cool. The "one connect" box is fantastic, as usual, and makes mounting the TV without wires showing a breeze. The sound is good, but a system like this requires a great sound system (it pairs well with the Samsung HW950 soundbar!). For quiet listening when I'm awake but the family is sleeping I pair it with my Bluetooth headphones. My one complaint is the remote is the 'cheap' version of the Samsung remotes, which I found confusing--the Q7C came with the sleek metal remote, this one is black plastic. It works fine but I would have expected a nicer remote for a TV of this caliber (and expense). It's a small thing and really doesn't affect my enjoyment of the TV at all, but why cheap out on the remote? If you're looking for the best TV on the market, this is it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
11 customers found this helpful
Excellent TV... but....
I bought this expensive TV looking forward to play Xbox/PS4 on it. TV arrived today, everything was fine until I try to connect external devices (PS4/XBOX). It didn't work...tried to reset, change cable, HDMI troubleshoot, change ports, devices... everything ! Devices and cables works in other Samsung's TVs I have (2018 model). I decided to rest and turn off and now the TV doesn't start !! After waiting 2 weeks (due preorder) I'm really mad because living room TV doesn't work ! Any help are appreciated... and I really expect something quick (not taking longer than week or two). I believe the connect box are the issue (or cable).
1-10 of 306 reviews

I'm Selling My OLED

I purchased this TV intending to compare it to my LG OLED65B6P. I've been happy with my OLED, but over time it began to develop noticeable vertical banding. While initially annoying, I became used to it and rarely noticed the banding in day-to-day usage. Still, I was curious how this Samsung TV would compare. I had a Samsung KS8000 before I switched to LG, and while it wasn't the best at displaying deep blacks, it was fantastic at displaying HDR color. And while I loved the LG OLED display quality I missed the Samsung Tizen smart interface.

My biggest concern was how the Q90R would perform against the OLED in the areas in which OLED is the de facto winner: true black, and wide angle viewing. I'm happy to report that, while not *quite* OLED-level, the Q90R performs so unexpectedly well that I've decided to keep it and sell my OLED. I was extremely surprised by the Q90R's black levels. In all but the inkiest black scenes I can't tell it's not my old OLED. It displays rich, deep black in all but the hardest situations. And in regards to wide-angle viewing, Samsung has worked some crazy LED magic. I can hardly see a difference between the viewing angles on this and my LG. As surprised as I am to say it, I'll be selling my OLED and keeping this TV. It's sleek, blends in to its surrounding, and works as well or better than the OLED in everyday usage.

Pros:

- spectacular color

- wide viewing angle

- deep blacks

- very responsive UI

- eventual iTunes/AirPlay integration

- local dimming works very well

- FreeSync

- amazingly fast response time for gaming

Cons:

- It's extremely heavy!

- not quite as thin as OLED TVs

- still not quite as capable at producing true black as OLED displays in the most extreme scenarios

All in all, I'm very impressed. This TV very well might be the best TV of 2019. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Large and in charge!

This bad boy is BIG and is the perfect fit for our TV wall. The picture is beautiful as they come. I love this TV. There are tons of options. The one option that we like is the ability to turn the TV into art. It is fun and we have fooled people. The best thing is one cable. No more trying to reach behind the TV to plug things in. Use One Connect box and the TV recognizes the device. You can set up the remote to control most everything. I can't get it to work with Channel Master DVR, but no big deal for me. This is a wonderful TV. Please be warned...it is HEAVY. You need a sturdy wall and two people for sure. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

My 1st Samsung Tv by a Sony Enthusiast

This is my first Samsung TV, always have been an Sony Enthusiast. To my surprise it excels the Sony experience by far. From unboxing of the Tv to the final setup and picture quality. The Tv screen comes very well protected, as you peel the plastics you realize the high quality of the metal frame, base and screen glass… An incredible design. The TV and Base are heavy. Will require 2 people to mount TV on base.

My excitement increased even more when I realized what the content was in the One Connect package. Finally at least in the living room I will not have a clutter of cables behind the Tv. This Mini cable hub made it for a simple and clean cable connection. A total game changer for me.

By far one of the easiest setups I have ever done on a TV. The SmartThings app allowed to use my phone as a remote and it was easier that way to set up all the passwords

This 4k UHD picture is Amazing, the colors are extremely vibrant and the blacks look incredible. The Ultra Viewing Angle allows for a perfect picture from any seat in the living room. The intelligent mode adjust the picture brightness based on the lighting of the room. Works wonders.

The Ambient Mode was one of the features that attracted me in purchasing the this TV. Being able to match the screen to the background/ wall unit is awesome. Hopefully Samsung can add more art/paintings as they have on the frame TV.

The most incredible QLED Tv I have seen to date. I highly recommend it. Will have to upgrade the other TVs in the household now! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Best TV I have ever owned

The Samsung Q90R quite simply has the best picture I have ever seen on a TV. There are lots of other amazing features to it, but the most important with any TV is the picture, and the picture on this TV is stunning.

My previous TV was a Samsung Q7C, and THAT had a great picture, save for a few issues. Samsung fixed the only issues that detracted from that model- a distracting edge light, so-so contrast, and terrible viewing angles.

The Q90R has none of these issues. There is NO edge-light issue with this TV at all. The blacks are deep and dark, even in letterbox format with a bright scene showing (see picture 1). The 'auto-brightness' feature seems to work very well, too.

Poor viewing angles are also no-longer an issue thanks to the new technology Samsung has developed. On past models the picture would completely "wash out" when viewing from an angle. That is not the case anymore. In picture 2 you can see from an extreme angle it is still very easy to make out detail, with no wash out at all.

As far as I'm concerned, Samsung has solved the LED contrast issue. Watching Netflix documentary "Our Planet" in 4k the picture is incredibly detailed-- better than any TV I have ever seen, period.

Games also look amazing, and no burn-in danger! On my PS4 so far I've tried Assassin't Creed Odyssey, Spider-Man and Red Dead II and they all look incredible.

The other features are what you would expect from a high-end TV, with a couple of nice Samsung touches. The Smart TV apps cover a nice variety, and are very easy to navigate (as is the entire menu). The built in Bixby feature is okay and seems to work fine, but I haven't had much use for it yet. I have a Samsung Galaxy Q9, and it found the TV instantly--I love being able to control it with my phone (since I ALWAYS know where that is, unlike my remotes) and the Smart Things app. My Alexa will also control it. Very cool. The "one connect" box is fantastic, as usual, and makes mounting the TV without wires showing a breeze.

The sound is good, but a system like this requires a great sound system (it pairs well with the Samsung HW950 soundbar!). For quiet listening when I'm awake but the family is sleeping I pair it with my Bluetooth headphones.

My one complaint is the remote is the 'cheap' version of the Samsung remotes, which I found confusing--the Q7C came with the sleek metal remote, this one is black plastic. It works fine but I would have expected a nicer remote for a TV of this caliber (and expense). It's a small thing and really doesn't affect my enjoyment of the TV at all, but why cheap out on the remote?

If you're looking for the best TV on the market, this is it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Great experience with Samsung Q90R QLED

I like to watch movies as well as soccer and golf tournaments with the best quality. For that reason I always look for the latest technology available on my home TV. When you buy the Samsung QLED Q90R the first great experience you have when you open the box, where in a very organized and simple way you find the elements and instructions necessary to get the TV to work quickly and without hesitation The quality of the picture is really amazing and it was a golf tournament my first experience, really as you see the different planes in the picture give you to understand that it has a high quality tv The contracts between the deep black and pure white are so obvious that you are sure that you have entered to enjoy smart features of very high level, the 4k processor makes you enjoy this option with a high quality, in my case I use the 65 "and The ultraview angle allows the whole audience with great difference to have the best vision no matter that you are not exactly in front of the TV In the design I am surprised by a single central support that releases in an important way the base where the TV is supported Everyone in my house now has no better place and only place to see our favorite programs that the front of the Samsung QLED Q90R the value invested and the quality received really compensates very well the decision desicion taken. After enjoying the Woman Amateur from Augusta National and watching a couple of soccer games I prepare to enjoy The Master from Augusta National and have my Samsung QLED 65 ready to see the most spectacular golf tournament of the year where the TV broadcast is of the highest quality gives me the security of having the best technology for my enjoyment [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Samsung Q90R - TV Done Right

By far one of the easiest setups I have ever done on a TV. Even better, the smart things app that allows you to connect all of your Samsung smart devices together is great. It lets me use my phone as the remote, type using the phone keyboard rather than one at a time with the remote, and I can use it from anywhere. The stand that came with the TV was super heavy duty, but I opted for a TV mount instead. The OneConnect box that connects everything you need to the TV via one small, barely visible cable, is phenomenal. The OneConnect box simplified setting up all of the different cords and wires, INCLUDING the power cable. To me, this was a game changer in simplification, and I'll never want to go back.

Talk about Ah-mazing. This TV holds nothing back in terms of its fantastic design, its amazing picture quality, and performance of the applications. I was able to stop using my TV stick because I finally found a TV that doesn't lag, freeze, or crash when using apps. The picture quality is great, the blacks look incredible, and the vibrance of the colors is out of this world. The intelligent lighting is great, because during the day my living room is bright as can be, but at night its dark and we have ���vintage” lighting, but it adjusts and blends in perfectly to both ends of the spectrum. The Ambient Mode also is a great feature that usually gets a conversation going because nobody is sure whether it's the TV or something else. It blends in with the wall or you can use one of the awesome pictures that it comes with, and it easily looks like a painting. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Great in a bright room

We enlarged a room in our home that has a lot of windows. Our Plasma TV just wouldn't work since it was too dark and the reflections were terrible. The Q90R is fantastic in this setting. We do use the ambient mode a lot because since the TV is so large, a big black rectangle is too distracting when it's off.

4k is awesome!!

Had it for almost a week now, and loving it. Picture quality is beautiful.. Thanks Samsung for making such a great product.

The one to beat!

To sum the TV display quality in one word: "Wow". Its got high brightness and deep blacks at the same time. If you have ambient light where you have your TV or watch with lights on, dont even think of getting an OLED. Viewing angles are excellent and the anti-reflective coating does a bang-up job. Up-scaling of video content is really good as well. The speakers on the TV are decently good but as with any TV speakers, nothing to rave about. The TV itself is heavy and on the thicker side which is understandable given the amount of tech it has. Delivery guy complained that the TV is heavy for a Samsung. But with no weird shaped back and an option to use a no gap mount, it doesn't feel thick and rather feels perfect in place. I am waiting for a 2019 no gap mount. The ambient mode makes this TV almost invisible but I do prefer my Frame TV's art mode a touch more. This is understandable as the Frame TV serves a different purpose. The one connect box & cable adds to the aesthetics of the TV. A minor gripe here is if you already have a conduit for a HDMI cable, it may be tough to get the cable through the conduit. The one connect cable is delicate and cant be mishandled. The Tizen OS on this TV is quite snappy, and has almost all the streaming apps I normally use. It includes Amazon Prime, Netflix, Youtube and Roku apps. I no longer depend on Roku or Amazon Fire TV devices for my streaming needs. Youtube can be cast to this TV from the app, but not from Google Home. BTW, the external devices can also be controlled by the TV's remote control. My Logitech Harmony hit the curb now. One other feature I really liked is that the Antenna channels and streaming channels are seamlessly integrated. The SmartThings app quickly found the TV and set it up with my credentials, all my connected devices are available in the TV's SmartThings app. I get notifications on the TV when my Samsung washer/dryer is done and I can view my Arlo cameras on the TV. Currently the Google Home skill supports the TV's on and off function, but I am hoping this would improve over time to include more functions. Anything the remote can do, the SmartThings app can do which is pretty neat. Overall, despite a few minor grips, this TV is the one to beat. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

DSE still present, No HDMI 2.1, No eARC, No DTS

I spent a lot of money on this TV, more than I've ever spent on a TV, over 1k more than the last Samsung TV I bought in 2009. While I am *generally* satisfied with this TV as it has no defects there are a few major concerns:

1. Ethernet randomly disconnects, it's rare but it happens and when it does, it immediately reconnects and leaves a pop-up on the screen.

2. There is no HDMI 2.1 or eARC on the One Connect box, making the ability to use Freesync with a Home Theater impossible, as you have to go through the TV to do Freesync, and the Home Theater to do surround sound, you cannot combine the two as Freesync requires a direct connection. HDMI 2.1 and/or eARC would solve this.

3. No Dolby Vision support - No reason not to support this, the newest version of Dolby Vision can be supported with software updates, pay the licensing fees Samsung!

4. DSE is still bad, for those of you that don't know what this is, this is an effect that causes the screen brightness/whiteness to look non uniform even when the screen is completely clean. This makes watching scenes that pan across the sky or animation pans, very distracting and not what you'd expect of a TV at this price.

5. Game Mode - oh boy game mode.... Well game mode is actually pretty awesome, it significantly enhances gameplay but it has 2 major flaws... First of all game mode tries to "enhance" your gaming picture in ways that hurt more than enhance by raising the contrast to levels that are ridiculous, even if you turn all of these "features" off. The game mode causes massive amounts of haloing around white text on a black background, this makes the picture quality go into the toilet. Second, simply turning on game mode will not let you keep the beautiful picture of movie mode and add game motion plus, instead it adds these invisible-to-the-user settings that modify the picture, even if you match the settings to movie mode completely, this is the HUGE flaw of game mode, and was not present in the Samsung TVs of old. Previously you would simply get low latency at whatever settings you wanted. With gaming being cinematic and extremely high quality in visual fidelity, it's important to be able to keep the picture quality high in game mode.

6. The One Connect box - This thing is a great idea, and it works great, you can even do 4k 120hz on one of the connections if you turn down the color space. This tells me that this device would be stellar if I was able to replace it with a better one that solves the issues in section 2 and/or 5. I would easily pay 400-500 for this upgrade, especially if it also added number 3. A display port input for nvidia gsync would be a very very very welcome addition as well, as long as you could output HDMI audio to a receiver, optical audio is not good enough and will not do 7.1 PCM.

7. The remote from the Q9 series was better, I tried one out and i liked it more, it felt like a quality product. While the new plastic remote feels good in the hand, it's still a plastic remote, and considering the q90r is a flagship TV model, it should have a flagship remote.

I hope the Samsung development team reads these notes, I am a regular middle class single individual that only has the kind of money to buy a TV like this once in a decade, it sure would be good if I could keep it going for years to come.

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