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I bought Samsung Q80t 75inch July 2020, after few months , the screen starts to playing up, everytime you start your tv and try to watch YouTube, you will have either funny picture display like only the center of the tv showing picture the outer section of the tv is darkened, or completed no picture but as you try to use the remote you can hear the sound which tells me the tv is on just no picture.
Complained to Samsung , had their technician came over changed new screen as it’s still under warranty, few days later same issue happened again. C...ontacted Samsung again for replacement, replied me with no replacement but offered refund but needs 30days for process or quick process store credit to purchase new tv. I go for store credit as I need don’t want to wait that long for refund, contacted the Retailer trying to replace with a same model brand new tv, but the new tv cost 400 dollar more than what I paid. And Samsung rejected to make up the difference. Horrible experience with Samsung as I lost so much time for not having tv and spent my personal time for contacting the customer service center and the retailer. Be very cautious with Samsung!
Purchased in July 2020 at Harvey Norman Online for $4,000.00.
Doesn't support casting!
Can't give a TV 5 stars in this day and age when it doesn't even support casting from a mobile/tablet device.
The TV turns up intermittently as one of the casting options and when it does, it doesn't work.
Even from a Samsung S20 FE also bought in 2020!
Spent hours researching it to find out it supports mirroring only (nowhere near the same thing btw!) via Samsung Smarthings App etc. There's an attempt from Samsung in explaining the difference but it doesn't acknowledge whether they even support casting or not.
https://www.samsung.com/au/s...upport/tv-audio-video/samsung-television-features-screen-mirroring-vs-casting/ Ended up buying a Chromecast in the end to get what should be standard and reliable function in any Smart TV these days. It's great as the HDMI auto-detects the signal when you cast and switches over.
Purchased in November 2020 at Powerland for $2,700.00.
Decent first tv
Satisfied with operating systems and apps. Sometimes it lags especially when first turned on. Bluetooth and wireless connection is good with sufficient ports and features and controls. The performance has been good. Only thing to mention is that since it is QLED, there is black lighting so it becomes hard to see during the day with sunlight.
Hard to compare with other tvs but watching YouTube, netflix and downloaded movies and dramas from your external HDD is easy. Downside is that the audio codec doesn’t support DTS and you need to download videos according to supported audio codec. Also when watching videos or movies, the voice is low but the music is loud.
I got mine for $2700 AUD
Purchased in December 2020 at JB Hi-Fi for $2,700.00.
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The picture is amazing, compared to the HISENSE Q7 version I sent back.
If you are looking for a QLED TV , get a Samsung ...
Only thing I don't like is only having 12 months warranty....
Purchased in November 2020 at Harvey Norman for $2,800.00.
This TV is awesome, 4k looks so clear, PS5 and Xbox Series X look so clear. I have a previous Samsung TV which was great and nothing wrong with it so thought I would stay with them and do not regret it. Only one thing annoys me is Samsung have the ads
Purchased in November 2020 at Harvey Norman for $2,880.00.
- Q80T QA75Q80TAWXXY (75")
Flawed TV - unprofessional customer service
I have been a Samsung fan and applaud the company for making so many high-quality things. I have their flagship phone, family hub fridge with big screen, flagship smart lock , washing machine etc.
I moved to a new house and pre-ordered the new Q80T 75 inch (6 weeks wait with full payment). As I thought it's a bright tv to suit bright rooms perfectly and get value as its massive 75 inch and its a Samsung what could go wrong Right? Wrong!
Just about everything about this TV is wrong. I can explain below:
Following is verified from "TechOne" a ...third party technician provided by Samsung. It also has been acknowledged by Samsung. I can provide references. Some can be fixed with the repair but some are design issues which are far annoying for any pleasurable TV experience.
Purchased at Harvey Norman for $3,460.00.
|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||3 star(s)|
|Wireless Options||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi|
|Number of HDMI Ports||4|
|Number of USB Ports||2|
|Dimensions (without stand)||958.7 x 1670.6 x 53.9 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||1036.2 x 1670.6 x 316.8 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Release date||Mar 2020|
- GTIN13: 8806090285486
- MPN: QA75Q80TA and QA75Q80TAWXXY
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