|Item Weight||62.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||57.1 x 14.2 x 34.1 inches|
|Item model number||QN65Q9FNAFXZA|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color Name||Midnight Black|
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Samsung 9 Series 65" Smart TV, QLED 4K UHD 2018 Model
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- Your purchase includes One Samsung 9 Series 65” QLED 4K UHD Smart TV, 2018 Model, One Remote TM1890A with batteries, One Power Cable, One User Manual
- TV dimensions: Without Stand – 57.1” W x 32.7” H x 1.5” D. With Stand – 57.1” W x 34.1” H x 14.4” D. Display size: 64.5" Measured Diagonally, Resolution 3,840 x 2,160. TV weight: 58.9 lbs
- The pinnacle of QLED innovation with our best Direct Full Array LED and an anti-reflective screen delivers our most pristine detail and depth and our maximum High Dynamic Range experience is engineered exclusively for the Q9 to deliver our most premium picture
- Get an excellent sound with Dolby system. Q9 TVs offer a great sound quality with a built-in woofer and a speaker type of 4.2CH. Capable of Multiroom Link and TV Sound Connect. Also supports Bluetooth Headset Support
- With our new Ambient Mode, you can elevate your living room with decorative content, useful information, your own photos, and even some background music; You won’t notice the TV on the wall as it blends perfectly with your décor
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65" Class Q9FN QLED Smart 4K UHD TV
2018 QLED TV. See nothing else.
More than a billion shades of our most phenomenal quantum color and our best full array backlighting redefine luxury viewing. Exquisite design with clutter-free cabling and Ambient Mode transform TV into purposeful canvas.
Push the boundaries of color with proprietary Quantum Dots.
Q Contrast EliteMax
The pinnacle of QLED innovation with our best Direct Full Array LED and an anti-reflective screen that delivers our most pristine detail and depth.
Q HDR EliteMax
Our maximum High Dynamic Range experience powered by HDR 10+ is engineered exclusively for the Q9 to deliver our most premium picture.
Heighten your view with a powerful processor that optimizes your content for 4K clarity, color and HDR.
Watch TV. Not the TV.
Q Style Elite
Designed to achieve aesthetic excellence by minimizing wires and mounting flush to the wall as a picture.* When not watching TV it blends art and your wall together for a design sure to amaze.
*A small gap between the wall and TV may occur if wall is not 100% flat or is constructed off-angle to the floor or if installed incorrectly.
One Invisible Connection
One slim cable connects your power and video gear to the TV.*
*Excludes external device cables.
One Connect Box
Connects your components to one separate box, not to the back of the TV.*
*One Connect Box may vary by model.
With Ambient Mode, you won’t notice the TV on the wall as it blends perfectly with your décor, and it can even play a bit of light background music.
Boundless 360° Design
The stunning, clean back and virtually bezel-free design keeps your focus on the incredible picture.
Spend time watching, not searching.
Seamless and effortless. A revolutionary way to help find streaming and live TV shows with a universal guide, OneRemote and voice assistance.
Smart TV with Bixby Voice
Bixby makes it easy to search for content, flip channels, or even ask questions such as the current weather using only your voice.
The Samsung OneRemote
OneRemote automatically detects and controls all your connected devices* and content.
*Compatible devices only. Remote color may vary by model.
Our Universal Guide brings your favorite content from multiple devices and apps together in one easy-to-browse menu.
Simply download SmartThings App on your smart phone to control and monitor your new TV and connected devices all in one screen!
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||Bluetooth, HDMI, Wireless, USB, Ethernet||Wireless, USB, Bluetooth, HDMI|
|Screen Size||64.5 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches|
|Item Dimensions||57.10 x 14.20 x 34.10 inches||57.10 x 11.10 x 35.70 inches||56.90 x 11.40 x 35.70 inches||12.30 x 57.20 x 36.10 inches|
|Item Weight||62.80 lbs||45.40 lbs||61.30 lbs||56.00 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||240 hertz||60 hertz||120 hertz||60 hertz|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||2||4||3|
More than a billion shades of our most phenomenal quantum color and our best full array backlighting redefine luxury viewing. Exquisite design with clutter-free cabling and Ambient Mode transform TV into a purposeful canvas. *Mount sold separately.
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65" / 164 cm
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UPDATE: Just to try to save people from the same mistake I thought I would give an update. Samsung originally told me they would send some replacement parts on July 2nd that I would have by July 6th. I called them earlier this week and they promised the parts were on the way. Update today July 13 is they have no record of the original request at all and had assumed the TV was fixed. I'm now at the stage of just getting passed between departments so will initiate a purchase protection claim with my credit card company.
TV was Purchased on Jun 6th to give people a view on how bad the service is.
A service appointment was setup for October 9th, between 12 and 4 to look at the TV. On October 9th, I was called by the service department to let me know that the appointment would need to be rescheduled because they ordered me a new panel which they would be replacing, and they didn't get it in time. I commented, asking why they ordered me a new panel without first coming to physically look at the TV. They replied that the photos I sent in were enough to show/prove my defects and that the new panel will fix all of my issues, and that once the part comes in, I will get a call to reschedule my service appointment. Angrily, I commented that I took a full day off work for the appointment, but I am happy to hear that it will be fixed.
I received a call on Friday, October 12th, that the panel part has come in and we rescheduled for Tuesday, October 16th, between 12 and 4.
It is now October 16, and the technician came to my house. He agrees that there is indeed a dead pixel in the center of the screen as well as uniformity issues creating a dirty screen effect. He said the panel would need to be replaced. However, Samsung has now come back and said they will not be fixing it because it is within spec. That is completely unacceptable. Not only did I spend $3500 on your flagship television, you admit to me that it has defects, yet you will not fix it, even after rescheduling my original appointment telling me you would.
Not only will you not fix it, I've now wasted a day and a half of work (which I will not be getting paid for) because you guys made me reschedule my original appointment. I was lied to.
All of the TVs in my house are Samsung (5 of them). I have only ever purchased Samsung televisions. My cell phone is a Samsung. My DVD player is a Samsung.
After this purchase I am seriously considering NEVER buying Samsung again.
Upon further inspection, after the technician left, I found a 2nd dead pixel not far from the first one. In speaking with the technician when he was here, he said there needs to be more than 1 dead pixel in order to perform service. Well, now I have 2 and we both missed that one while he was here. My case has been reopened so hopefully it will be properly taken care of this time.
I was told by a Samsung rep that to reduce the defective banding and DSE to drop my back-light down to 5 or less. This TV goes up to 50. For a flagship TV touting bright, vivid colors and HDR, back-light is needed. Of course the defects diminish at 5 or below because you can barely see the screen. It's like saying that it's OK and within spec to buy a brand new car with scratches on it with less horsepower than advertised. Apparently the FA02 panel is a real Samsung panel and all others are outsourced, but getting an FA01 is like finding a unicorn.
Besides these gripes, the TV's visuals and colors can be absolutely stunning. Watching 4K HDR content makes you want to climb through the TV. The quality control is just atrocious.
A second service tech came to look at tv. Even with the second dead/stuck pixel it was turned down for repair again by Samsung.
Fed up, so returned the TV for a refund. Not taking another chance on the Q9. Purchasing the Q7CN instead. That way, if there are any issues, atleast I can somewhat justify it being it costs much less money. The Q9, with all the screen uniformity issues is not worth it to me. I just picked up my Q7CN and it has an FA02 panel (Samsung panel and Not outsourced). Setting it up after worked today. Fingers crossed that it is a good one. I would rather have better screen uniformity than the better local dimming on the Q9.