SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA TV

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SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA TV

Original price was: $5,636.46.Current price is: $4,156.66.

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Current Price $2,979.00 June 17, 2024
Highest Price $2,979.00 January 25, 2024
Lowest Price $2,979.00 January 25, 2024
Since January 25, 2024

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$2,979.00 January 25, 2024

SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA TV Description

A Revolutionary Upgrade to Your Home Entertainment Experience

Enjoy a crystal-clear 8K picture right in your home with the SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA 85-inch Class QLED Q900T Series. With revolutionary Quantum 8K processor and Quantum HDR powered by Samsung, this TV will provide your home with an immersive experience that will elevate your entertainment to a whole new level. With cinematic sound and Ultra Viewing Angle technology, this QLED TV takes your home theater setup to the next level. It also has the latest 8K AI Upscaling that allows you to take full advantage of all your existing 4K content. And with its smooth yet powerful operating system, you’ll be able to quickly access all of your favorite streaming services without any hassle.

SAMSUNG’s Cutting-Edge Quantum 8K Processor Delivers an Immersive Picture Quality

SAMSUNG’s patented Quantum 8K processor dramatically expands and improves the scope of your entertainment, improving the realness of the 8K resolution and transforming all of your content into vivid and captivating works of art. Not only does it boost the color and contrast for amazing clarity and detail, but it also intelligently optimizes sound and eliminates stubborn blurring, so you can enjoy a much more seamless experience.

Unparalleled Cinema-Quality Sound and Viewing Angle

This QLED TV is equipped with Cinema of which lets you watch movies with amazing clarity and fidelity right from the comfort of your own home. With four speakers and two subwoofers, the SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA delivers room-enveloping sound that will allow you to take in every single detail. Also, it has an Ultra Viewing Angle technology that allows you to view content from up to a 180-degree angle, making sure no one is left out in the experience.

Smart Features that Make it Easier to Enjoy Your Favorite Content

This TV has Smart AI capabilities and the latest 8K AI Upscaling, which allows you to instantly access and enjoy all of your favorite streaming services without any hassle. It also has an Adaptive Picture feature, which automatically adjusts the picture to fit the illumination of the room. Plus, with its Easy Remote App, you can quickly and easily control all aspects of the TV with your mobile device.

SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA 85-inch
Class QLED Q900T Series Key Features:

• Quantum 8K Processor and Quantum HDR powered by Samsung for an immersive experience
• Ultra Viewing Angle technology for a wide viewing angle
• 8K AI Upscaling for upscaling all of your existing 4K content
• Cinema Sound for cinematic quality audio
• Adaptive Picture feature for auto picture adjustments
• Easy Remote App for easy control
• Smart AI capabilities for intelligent content recommendations

SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA TV Specification

Brand Name

‎SAMSUNG

Item Weight

‎103.2 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎73.9 x 1 x 42 inches

Country of Origin

‎Mexico

Item model number

‎QN85Q900TSFXZA

Batteries

2 AAA batteries required.

Output Wattage

‎70 Watts

Color Name

‎Stainless Steel

Specification Met

‎Energy Star

Special Features

‎Infinity Screen, Direct Full Array 32X, 8K AI Upscaling, Quantum HDR 24X, Quantum Processor 8K, Pure Color Volume With Quantum Dot, Real Game Enhancer

Speaker Type

‎Built-In

Standing screen display size

‎85 Inches

Voltage

‎110 Volts

Wattage

‎4.32 watts

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SAMSUNG QN85Q900TSFXZA TV Reviews (8)

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  1. J. Rasmussen

    Pictures look great in 8K test mode or store Demo mode, but watching golf or other shows with white screens shows major flaws.

    Notice the screen shots I took of two different white screens commercials with slightly yellowish patterns. These patterns actually show up on every camera shot. It’s like looking through a camera that needs cleaning.

    Tried all the trouble shooting steps with no help. I’ve had both an LG and Sony OLED TV’s that got burn-in. Samsung brags their QLED is guaranteed for 10 yrs not to do this. But, It’s especially annoying watching a golf ball against a white sky. When the camera transitions to the green, you can still see the artifacts.
    Returned first TV for a second one. The second one is not quite as bad, but still shows the equivalent of screen burn in.
    Samsung tech support said it was probably from poor HDMI cables connected to a Dish box and Apple TV box. I bought top of the line cables with no change. They suggested I look at a Netflix or Prime feed directly from the internet. Same issues occurred!
    Just go to a store to watch this TV out of Demo mode to see what I’m talking about.
    Should not happen with a TV this expensive!

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  2. James

    Let’s just gloss over the fantastic picture quality, brightness, size, colour, resolution, etc. It’s a great panel, you’re getting some of the best picture quality in its class, the only gripe is it feels a little wobbly on its single stand in the center.

    The real hassle is the TV software. The operating system and built-in apps are slow and clunky, and worst of all there are ADS EVERYWHERE. Even if you opt-out of all privacy choices, you will be shown ads on the TV interface from Samsung. The only way to truly get rid of them is to disconnect the TV from the internet (wifi/ethernet) completely. Which works for me, I don’t want to use the awful built-in software or the slow unresponsive apps. But buyers who want an all-in-one smart TV, be aware: you’re paying thousands of dollars for the privilege of being shown ads. Ads should subsidize the cheapest products, not the top end. This TV will stay disconnected from the network for the rest of its life and I’ll never use any built-in apps; how’s that for return on your investment (and your clients’ ads), Samsung Ads group?

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  3. Kindle Customer

    This television is amazing, the colors are bright the looks of it is great, by far the best TV I’ve seen. I had an issue with another Samsung TV and Samsung customer service refund me the money because they were not able to fix the problem. I’m very happy with the choices I made, I highly recommend this TV you won’t be disappointed.

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  4. martianice

    I upgraded from a Sony Bravia 65 inch 4K to the 75 inch Samsung 8K. I consider the picture the Sony displays to be very good and I never had any complaints. I was thinking about going up a notch in size and I figured I’d try an 8K tv. I’ve owned Samsung tv’s in the past and I thought that they were all very good as well, so my expectation were fairly high. I must say that I am not disappointed in the least by the Samsung’s picture and that I consider it to be a very significant improvement over the Sony. I think the $2,000 expenditure is money well spent.

    However, I did notice a couple of minor issues that required some adjustment to the settings to make the picture perfect. One thing is the blurry halo observed around some objects. This was most noticeable when I watched the “Mountains” episode of “Planet Earth II”. This is a stunning nature documentary series in 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray hosted by David Attenborough. Early in the episode there are eagles flying in a clear blue sky. The blurry halo around the eagles was not acceptable in my opinion. I’ve seen this sort of effect before with my past tv’s so I thought of what might cure it. Some commenters have erroneously attributed the blurring to the upscaling to 8K that the Samsung performs, but it is actually caused my the same old “motion processing” that has been around for many years. I’ve never liked motion processing features because I thought that it made motion seem unnatural and introduced processing artifacts like the blurring around moving objects mentioned here.

    To turn off this motion processing feature, go to Settings — General — Intelligent Mode Settings — and set to Off. Then go to Settings — Picture — Expert — Picture Clarity Settings — and set to Off.

    The second problem I mentioned was the dimming of the picture. I have a dark room and the “Ambient Light Detection” feature was overcompensating for the dim conditions of the room. To fix this go to Settings — General — Eco Solutions — Ambient Light Detection — and either turn it off or set the minimum brightness on the line below to at least 25. Also, turn off “Power Saving Mode” under Eco Solutions.

    I hope this helps those encountering these issues and I wish manufacturers would not initially set these motion and ambient light detection features to on. Please let the hardware shine and don’t ruin it with so much software nonsense.

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  5. J. Rasmussen

    Wonderful 8k uhd tv that should last the next 30 years. It good audio and well add the Dolby soundboard shortly. It has the atsc 3.0 tuner. So this tv. Shouldn’t go obsolete when tv stations start transmitting in the next generation format. Details in the 4k and 8k formats are stunning, and if you have good broadband internet, I can’t tell much difference from Ota and streaming internet tv (other than the better resolution that the internet can provide since ota tv cant broadcast right now.) We’ve really enjoyed this smarttv.

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  6. Allen J.

    Color was not great when initially turned on; however, I am very color conscious, probably more than most. I was able to manipulate the color/picture contols to my satisfaction and the result is fantastic. One problem is the sound output will randomly switch between the optical output (sound bar) and the tv speaker when turned on sometimes. I use an optical splitter for the sound bar and/or my headphones. The sound from the headphones is better than any speaker and makes those British accents easier to understand. You can hear things that you will never hear thru any external speaker.

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  7. Allen J.

    This was a good purchase

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  8. Steven Russotto

    The picture is incredible the sound even better! It was much heavier than I thought out of the box! It was worth it. Thank you for an amazing purchase!

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