SAMSUNG 65 Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series

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SAMSUNG 65 Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series

Original price was: $1,199.00.Current price is: $747.99.

SAMSUNG 65 Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Price History


Current Price $737.95 June 17, 2024
Highest Price $737.95 January 3, 2024
Lowest Price $712.95 December 22, 2023
Since December 22, 2023

Last price changes

$737.95 January 3, 2024
$712.95 December 22, 2023

SAMSUNG 65 Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Description

Cutting-Edge Display Technology

The Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Quantum HDR TV provides an unparalleled viewing experience. Equipped with Samsung’s advanced dual LED technology and Quantum HDR, this TV delivers stunningly rich, accurate images with deeply saturated detail and impressively accurate colors. The dual LED technology allows for an expanded color range and contrast range as compared to conventional LED TVs. This coupled with the addition of Samsung’s Quantum HDR offers the viewer a more stunning and true-to-life picture than ever before with darker blacks and brighter whites. In addition, this TV has Object Tracking Sound Lite for a more immersive experience, as well as Q-Symphony for a richer sound quality.

Motion Xcelerator for Smoother Viewing Performance

The Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Quantum HDR TV also provides an incredibly smooth performance with Motion Xcelerator native technology. This technology helps to reduce blur when watching fast-action scenes or sports. It precisely analyzes the frame by frame scenes and calculates the best way to reduce motion blur. This ensures that you get to enjoy the clearest and most detailed image possible.

A Seamless Entertainment Hub

The Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Quantum HDR TV also provides an incredibly versatile experience. With the built-in Gaming Hub, it allows access to hundreds of different and exciting apps right from your TV. Its Smart TV capability lets you access popular streaming services like Netflix or Hulu with ease and convenience. This TV also comes with a Bluetooth audio streaming feature for wireless audio playback. You can also enjoy music streams and podcasts without disturbances from other noise.

Elegant and Sophisticated Design

The Samsung 65-Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Quantum HDR TV is also exquisitely designed with an ultra-slim bezel and sleek brushed metal finish. This subtly elegant design will look great in any living room and effortlessly complime your home décor. Plus, with its VESA mounting holes, you can mount this TV to the wall and free up some space in your living room.


  • Quantum HDR for richer and more detailed images
  • Dual LED technology for expanded color and contrast range
  • Object Tracking Sound Lite for a more immersive experience
  • Q-Symphony for a richer sound quality
  • Motion Xcelerator for reduced motion blur
  • Built-in Gaming Hub for easy access to hundreds of apps
  • Smart TV for access to streaming services
  • Bluetooth audio streaming for wireless audio playback
  • Ultra-slim bezel and sleek brushed metal finish
  • VESA mounting holes to free up living space

SAMSUNG 65 Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Specification

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Item Weight

‎47 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎10.8 x 57.1 x 34.3 inches

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Output Wattage

‎20 Watts

Color Name

‎Titan Gray

Special Features

‎100% Color Volume with Quantum Dot, Quantum Processor Lite 4K, Dual LED, Quantum HDR, Contrast Enhancer, Works with Google Assistant and Alexa

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Standing screen display size

‎65 Inches

Aspect Ratio



‎120 Volts

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SAMSUNG 65 Inch Class QLED 4K Q60C Series Reviews (8)

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  1. Wendy J

    I love this TV! After reading many reviews I was not sure what to expect. The delivery was great. The TV arrived 12 hours earlier than expected. The delivery personnel were great. It was easy to install the TV stands and hook up my other devices. I always connect my stereo & speakers so I was concerned about how to attach them due to the TV not having that type of port. The Bluetooth feature on my stereo and the Bluetooth pairing feature on the TV made this an easy task. As for volume, in the TV settings menu, I changed the ‘Sound Mode’ to Amplify. Between this setting and my stereo system the sound is perfect and loud enough for me. In fact, even without my stereo turned on, the TV setting of Amplify makes the TV volume much louder. The remote can be charged either by solar or by attaching a Type C charging cord. As the instructions suggest, I agree using a Samsung Type C cord is best. I have small fingers so I do not mind the size of the remote or its features. I think Samsung is smart and consciousness about not being wasteful and using extra unnecessary materials. Lastly, my TV is facing my main large window. I was concerned about glare and TV brightness of the picture. During set up, I chose the feature which allows the TV to automatically adjust to light. I am also using ‘Eco’ mode for the brightness. It is perfect for me. I am so glad I bought this TV and will buy the same type from Samsung in the future when/if necessary.

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  2. AmazonCustomer

    Fist let me say that I am a serious audiophile. In my Living Room, I’m running a 5.2.4 Atmos setup, which means, 5 main speakers (2 front, 2 rear, 1 center), 2 subs, and 4 overhead speakers. I could alternatively run a 7.2.2 but for my room I find that I get much better sound from the 5.2.4 setup.

    That being said, it should be understood that when I get a new monitor(TV) or new sound equipment, you don’t just plug it in and go. It has to be calibrated. I use DIRAC Live on my laptop to calibrate the audio, and I use the Spears & Munsil 4K calibration BluRay’s to calibrate the video. Over the years I have calibrated many TV’s and monitors. I’ve gotten every TV and Computer Monitor in my household displaying absolutely amazing pictures, with the exception of this TV.

    I ordered this to be an Off-Monitor/TV to sit beside my main monitor. I do all my gaming and workload on the main monitor, but pull up supplemental information, or just listen to the TV on my off monitor. I was actually using a TCL I never liked and replaced it with this Samsung. My main TV in the Living Room is actually a Samsung QN65QN90BA which is a 65″ and I absolutely love it. However, no matter what I try, or what I adjust, the picture on this 32″ looks horrible. And I have not been able to compensate with any amount of adjusting or calibrating.

    So I give this 3 stars mostly for the Samsung features that I’ve grown to love, but picture quality – Big Fat Zero :/

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  3. Wendy J

    Love the new TV, the setup was a breeze. The picture quality and sound quality is amazing. The TV has been mounted on the wall. And on the simpler side, I love the fact that the remote has a solar charge built into it and the remote integrates with some devices, XBOX One etc. etc.

    The TV is fairly decent for gaming, however it wasn’t purchase for that reason due to the low level Hz.

    Note: Looking at the rear of the TV, the inputs are on the left and the power input is on the right. I would suggest getting HDMI angle adaptors to make connecting the cables easier without putting strain on the HDMI slots.

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  4. Hal Nollsch

    I love the picture quality but the sound is low. I have to turn it up pretty high to hear it well – around 45 to 50. L I am hard of hearing. I had a TCL and only had it at 17 to 20 depending on the show. I am getting a sound bar.

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  5. Brent Wingfield

    This Smart TV was very easy to setup. At first the picture was not that good but it’s now perfect with using the fine tuning options in the settings menu. The sound is very good too for TV listening in an average size room but I would definitely use a sound bar for a large room or if I wanted full spectrum music or theatre quality sound.

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  6. David H.

    So for some reason I was convinced the Samsung QLED was better than a Sony Bravia (top of their line) and bought a smallish one for the bedroom. It’s not. The blacks are grey, whereas on the Bravia they are dark black. Netflix on that TV is quite dark and a bit eerie. This tv has great quality and even upscales old movies well. It also comes with a free thing with lots of channels. Most of the controls are automatic, which is kind of nice, but combined with a very minimalist remote make it kind of hard to control. It kind of assumes you’re too dumb to figure it out, and where the Sony has lots of sound and picture modes, this one kinda says “just sit back dummy, I’ll figure the settings out” The remote is also very tiny so kinda gets lost and takes a bit to get used to. I would prefer a larger remote that lights up. Overall this is a good Tv and the Sony version of 32 inches is not even 4k. Sound is good too, very realistic.

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  7. Paula J Elliott

    Can’t say enough about the picture quality and how it looks when playing video games. Definitely worth the money.

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  8. Craig Smith

    I only had room for a 32” TV, but I wanted a 4K screen. Enter the Samsung QLED 4K Q60C. This is a great TV with amazing picture quality. The remote control does not have number buttons, which I thought was weird. Then I realized I only stream TV and haven’t entered a channel number in over 7 years (there is a way to input numbers, there just aren’t any dedicated physical buttons). My only complaint is that I wish it had one more HDMI port and had an ATSC 3.0 tuner. That would have made the TV much more future-proof. If you don’t know what an ATSC tuner is, look it up. If you do, then you know that the 2024 model (maybe 2025) with probably have the 3.0 tuner, as the have been steadily adopted in higher-end TVs since 2020.

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