Top positive review
2018 Q9FN 75" is the best I've seen.
May 28, 2018
Coming from a late generation plasma we've had a hard time finding anything better, but after years of waiting for either LCD or OLED technology to catch up to plasma we've finally found the next best thing - the Samsung QLED Q9FN.
4K HDR Movies / Blu-Ray, Streamed content (eg. Amazon and competitors): bright highlights that almost hurt your eyes will inhabit the exact same frame with deep inky blacks. Contrast ratios have been tested at over 19,000, with brightness reaching over 3300 nits. The pictures contain more, and more vibrant, color than any set I've ever seen. Great in a bright room, great in a dark room, great with lights on or off - there is no real weakness with this set.
Motion: coming from a plasma (the gold standard for motion), once we spent a few days with this set we were able to find settings that - to our eyes - makes this identical to plasma for motion. Movie motion looks natural, sports looks natural - no blur, no stutter, no ghosting.
Gaming: Connected to our XBox One X this display is a beast. Nearly single digit input lag combines with VRR / Freesync to make this the gold standard for a 75" gaming display. Plus absolutely no chance of burn-in.
Ease of set up: Really easy. We also purchased Samsung's zero-gap wall mount and a wireless sound bar with wireless subwoofer. The zero gap wall mount works as advertised, with our television sitting flush to the wall and looking like a huge frames work of art when we have ambient mode engaged. The connection to all of our devices and the wireless sound system was seamless and everything just works.
Ease of use: love the operating system. It's miles better than some of Samsung's competitors.
Value: value is a subjective opinion - you get what you pay for, and no one shopping for a 75" on a normal budget.
The pictures don't really do justice to what the eye sees in real life, but I've included a few pictures taken "out of the box" with no adjustments / improvements to the settings. The live experience is much better than what is shown here.