This Samsung Smart Tv Also Has 3D Capabilities
Samsung UN65HU9000 Curved 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED HDTV.
Curved Tagainst have quite a quite a few benefits, including reduced glare and a more theatrical viewing effect.
It has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is double some other Samsung TV same models size. This particular Samsung model uses Micro Dimming technology, which makes whites pop and gives depth to darker tones. This ’48 inch’ LED TV is also a Smart TV. Do note, however, that to get top-notch effect from a curved TV, you need a rather large living room. You can find a lot more info about this stuff on this site^^curely-bracket^^versus when calibrating for clients, and never once did we think that it came across wrong, or that a flat panel would appear significantly better. We’ve discovered that curved LCD based Tor typically exhibit marginally shallower native grey level than their flat equivalents, possibly as a result of panel bending.
The native grey level on Samsung’s 2014 flagship UE55HU8500 curved UHD TV measured 069 cd/m2 once we pegged peak whitish to 120 cd/m2, whereas blacks on the ‘non curved’ UE55HU7500 came in a tad deeper at 057 cd/m2. We think this is a non issue.
The same trend held true on 2014′s 1080p models. Based on the review samples that have passed through our test room, screen/ backlight uniformity issues were usually more prevalent on curved LED LCDs than on their flat counterpart, presumably caused by the stress -we saw more clouding, corner bleed, vertical bands and other inconsistencies on curvy sets compared with noncurved models. Since we haven’t tested a single flat panel television this year yet, blackish level on a Samsung H8000 curved telly measured 06 cd/m2, whilst a noncurved H7000 yielded a lower blackish level measurement of 04 cd/mWhether this phenomenon will continue in 2015 remains to be seen.
Some TV makers claim that a curved design can reduced reflections amount on screen.
The farther you sit off angle from the centre, the more exaggerated the geometrical distortion you’ll experience. Plenty of the Tversus featuring the narrowest vertical and horizontal viewing angles in terms of contrast/ colour dropoff we’ve encountered also happened to be curved, such as Sony’s S9005 and Samsung’s SUHD models Either underlying because LCD panel used, or a coincidence. Just think for a moment. Whilst true to a certain extent in that the reflections are typically more muted, unfortunately they are also diffused across a larger screen area in a ‘curve distorted’ manner, making them much more noticeable.
The actual screen size of a curved TV as seen directly from the front is always going to be marginally smaller than the advertised size, since the panel curls inwards wards you however slightly, as minute as it may seem.a few of these shortcomings only apply to LED LCD, and not OLED displays which thus far exhibit the same true blacks, wide viewing angles and near blackish uniformity issues irrespective of whether they’re curved or flat.
Curved Tagainst seem destined to be here to stay for the time being, even though many video enthusiasts think they’re a fad or are going to flop.
Despite its pros and cons, there’s at least one overwhelming reason to buy a curved TV, and it has nothing to do with the form factor at all. If you want to best image quality a company has to offer, manufacturers who are keen to push curved televisions have deliberately put top-notch ‘picture enhancing’ technologies on such sets, you’re forced to forsake normal and go curved. For instance, in the UK and Europe, Samsung’s 2015 SUHD Tor support are only available in the curved format. Although the Korean firm has hinted at releasing flat versions at IFA 2015 in September, Similarly, all of LG’s current pend 4K LED Tvs bendy are variety.
Samsung UN65HU9000 Curved 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV (2014 Model)
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- Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 1440 (Effective)
- Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit w/Local Dimming)
- Smart Functionality: Yes - Motion and Voice Control with Built In Pop-up Camera
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand : 57.1'' x 33.4'' x 4.4'', TV with stand : 57.1'' x 35.1'' x 12.9''
- Inputs: 4 HDMI 2.0, 3 USB, 1 Component, 2 Composite
Samsung UN65JS9000 Curved 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
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- Refresh Rate: 240CMR (Effective)
- Backlight: LED
- Smart Functionality: Yes, Built in Wi-Fi: Yes
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 57.5" x 32.9" x 4.2", TV with stand: 57.5" x 36" x 14.4"
- Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB
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