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- Q95T QA75Q95TAWXXY (75")
- Verified purchase
Disappointed with Samsung...
Samsung 4k flagship TV QA75Q95TAWXXY suffered from vertical banding out of the box.
Samsung would not provide refund
nor would they replace the TV.
Given the panel issue is only viewable at nite (when there is no daylight glare), I provided all the evidence I possibly can to Samsung. And only after chasing up the retailer, Samsung finally offered me a free display panel replacement...
I would have have accepted this remedy if it was an older TV but for a brand new TV it is simply not acceptable.
Pics attached clearly show vertical and horizon...
Panel issues - Very disappointed
I purchased this tv after the screen in my Q90R smashed. So, so, so disappointed. The picture is excellent, don't get me wrong. But it is when you start playing games or watching the screen pan left and right in a movie or watching sport that you see the problems. Hundreds of faint vertical lines Dirty Screen Effect (DSE). As well as, when viewed on and angle other than straight in front, there are defects in the screen best described as a wavy dark and light pattern - SEE PHOTOS. This isn't a problem front on, but once you sit off to the side,...say from 20 - 30 degrees on, it is all you can notice. And seeing as Samsung push the whole WIDE ANGLE viewing technology as a selling point, it is made useless with these screen defects. I tried to return the TV - but due to lack of stock it couldn't be replaced until January. So instead it was repaired. Long story short, it is now on to it's 3RD panel, and each one has suffered the same defects. Total rubbish. As with the previous Q90R version, this tv also lacks support for DTS, and other sound formats and Dolby Vision. I know that Samsung has put little effort into their 4K line up this year, to push their 8K tvs, and it shows. I could live with this issues if the price wasn't at the top end of $5000. I could have paid much less for other brands that can do more, and have no screen issues. I have given 2 stars as it is watchable, the picture is nice and bright, BUT the DSC and other screen issues is not forgivable for the cost.
Purchased in October 2020 at Harvey Norman.
Love the picture quality and sound
Love the remote control and the one connect can be placed anywhere where you can connect other external devices. Easy to setup and the sound quality is excellent. Bought this TV after reviewing for a few months. Love the Bluetooth and HDMI easy access.
Purchased in October 2020 at Appliances Direct Online for $4,467.00.
Awesome TV but not quite 5 stars...
Recently purchased a 75" Q95t. Awesome big TV, picture quality is excellent as expected.
It is not without it's faults however, if I connect my soundbar to any HDMI port, the tv will only output audio in PCM. I have to connect the Bluray player directly to the soundbar to receive Dolby, DTS, DTS-X, ATMOS, etc. The BRP audio output is set to bitstream however, the digital pass through doesn't seem to work either. After several calls to Samsung tech support, they too were at a loss to explain the anomaly and couldn't fix the issue.
Game mode has ...
Purchased in September 2020 at JB Hifi Home for $5,990.00.
- Q95T QA75Q95TAWXXY (75")
- Verified purchase
Insert gif of mind blown
It was a bit of a hard sell due to the cost but with the PS5 about to drop and this TV is one of the few with VRR, Freesync 120Hz at 4K and I paired this with the HW-Q950T Soundbar for the 3D sounds and Jesus this thing is amazing!!!
The 8K has more then one HDMI port with 120Hz at 4K and this one only has one which sucks but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ at some point I might need an HDMI switch but one does not exist for 120Hz at 4K. For now, it is not an issue.
Love, very happy!! I will check back in when I get the PS5!!
Purchased in August 2020 at JB Hi-Fi for $5,816.00.
Don’t even bother with the 1-star stupid idiot above who knows nothing about technology
As the title said. Don’t even bother reading idiotic Sam’s whinging above. He obviously didn’t do his research before shelling out thousands of dollars on a high end TV. He doesn’t realise the Xbox One X is gimped to HDMI 2.0a output which only allows 4k60 (even though the hardware is technically 2.1 capable). Only ‘true’ HDMI 2.1, which this TV supports, can push 4k120, which is a major selling point of the next gen console PS5/Xbox Series X which can do 4k 120fps out of the box. He doesn’t realise even an Nvidia RTX 2080Ti would break a sweat...to maintain 4k 120fps at all times for demanding PC games, much less the peasants’ consoles. Next time do some research before making a whiny loser out of yourself Sam. And I’m not paid a dime by Samsung. I just love my new TV for what it can do, and I am aware of its limitation before making a large purchase. And I game enough on PC (way more demanding than you console peasants) and have owned enough gaming monitors to know the difference. Yes. If you like gaming so much there are top of the line monitors out there that cost as much as (and even more than) this TV.
Purchased in August 2020.
Falsely advertised for gaming (the impaired [name removed] is a Samsung employee and is bias for obvious reasons)
(Screenshots Below) 'stupid idiot', 'Idiotic', 'whiney' me (according to the one who got paid / and or Samsung employee - [name removed] whatever her name is) purchased this TV on the basis of it's features, unfortunately I fell for Samsung's marketing AGAIN (silly me I know). I raised the issue with Samsung and they sent a technician out who physically saw how bad gaming is on this TV, in particular, the worst ghosting you'll ever see, not to mention banding, blooming, bad motion judder. When the Samsung VOC Team contacted me, the 'report' had...been manipulated and they stated that my 'TV was working to specification' which is not what happened. The most shocking bit (and I cannot even make this up), was that the Samsung team member said 'maybe the TV isn't powerful enough' about a 2 year old game, on their 'flagship' 4K model??? (which is actually less powerful than last year's Q90R). They then said no further action will be taken. I responded with 'if my TV is working to specification, why am I experiencing the issues which you stated prior to my TV is working to specification' he literally had no answer and said I can escalate further if I wish, I then said 'so I have to start all over again' to which he responded 'pretty much' (again, I cannot even make this up). Infact, the technician himself said 'they're all like that' when I initially was going to request a replacement (but then requested a refund). I also have very clear video evidence of the issue it's doing. This TV is only good for watching TV and Netflix. Don't bother with gaming, sport or YouTube OR, disable all it's features to enjoy a very basic gaming experience. Attached screenshots below of COD Modern Warfare (released 2019), on Xbox One X running in Game Mode ie a feature on the TV that isn't working to specification. I'm still escalating this for the refund and will never buy another Samsung TV again after this is all over.
Purchased in May 2020 at Harvey Norman for $3,500.00.
- Q95T QA75Q95TAWXXY (75")
- Verified purchase
Sensational Picture Quality and Design
This my third Samsung TV. From HD to SUHD and now QLED. I have always considered Samsung products as excellent and reliable. All my Samsung TVs are excellent products. Out of the box, the Q95T picture quality is almost perfect in the "Standard" preset but found the "Movie" picture setting to be the best for my taste. I'm sure a lot of movie and streaming buffs will agree with me. I have the TV mounted on the wall which is perfect for a 75". It is hooked up to my 9.1 Dolby Atmos set-up in my Yamaha Aventage RX-A3070. This TV has exceeded my expe...ctations and I am glad I made a decision so upgrade this year. There is a lot of new technology built in to this TV. Set up is simple and easy. HDR10+ is excellent. The movie "1917" played on my Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray player is truly the best example to experience the new level and innovations of Television Picture Quality that the Q95T brings. The combo of my 75" TV, AVR, and Blu-ray Player is just perfect for my home theatre set-up.
Purchased in May 2020.
Questions & Answers
Is this tv compatible with the JBL 9.1 soundbar and can it pass through pure dolby atmos
That's a good question, the Q95t does have an option to select digital pass through but it does not seem to work. I have an LG N11rg sound bar and if I connect my Bluray player to the one connect box, select digital pass through, the TV still sends the audio in PCM format. So, I have my Bluray connected directly to the soundbar and the audio output from the Bluray set to Bitstream. The sound bar then correctly shows DTS, DTS-X or ATMOS etc.
When I watch sport on this TV through Foxtel, it is quite blurry. Is there a reason for this or anything I can do? It is nowhere near the standard of our old tv
I watch sports through other Chanel’s and I do not have any blurry images. Hope this answers your question.
It is not a fault with the TV. For the most part, Foxtel sports is in standard definition & almost unwatchable on 4K TV's. Even if you subscribe to HD channels on Foxtel, many sports are only streamed in 720p or 1080p at their best. A 4K UHD TV like the Q95 has a resolution that is 16 times clearer and the tv is attempting to upscale a poor signal to 4K, this is why it looks terrible.
There are also issues with Foxtel servers not being able to cope with streaming demand which causes the quality to drop or even buffering. I have super fast NBN and can stream 4K, Dolby Vision etc 24/7 without issues. But when I watch F1 on Foxtel, the picture is very ordinary at times and buffers every few minutes. Foxtel tech support blame everything from your modem, to ISP. to solar radiation. Anything but their servers!
A simple test is to watch a 4K demo on YouTube, if the picture is crystal clear, it's not your TV.
|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||2.5 star(s)||2.5 star(s)||3 star(s)|
|Wireless Options||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi|
|Number of HDMI Ports||4||4||4|
|Number of USB Ports||2||2||2|
|Weight||24.1 kg||33.1 kg||48.1 kg|
|Dimensions (without stand)||706 x 1228 x 35 mm||828 x 1447 x 35 mm||958 x 1671 x 35 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||795 x 1228 x 236 mm||919 x 1447 x 286 mm||1049 x 1671 x 318 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)||2 year(s)||2 year(s)|
|Release date||Mar 2020||Mar 2020||Mar 2020|
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