Samsung UN65NU8000FXZA Flat 65″ 4K UHD 8 Series Smart LED TV (2018)

January 15, 2019 - Comment

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Loaded with features, the NU8000 has advanced smart browsing with voice control, which finds your shows easily. Stunning depth of HDR Plus and millions of additional colors than HDTVs create a breathtaking 4K picture.

Product Features

  • HDR Plus: See movies and shows just as the director intended in stunning high dynamic range
  • Ultra Slim Array: The Ultra Slim Array dynamically fine-tunes the deepness of the blacks, to the brightness of the whites, for a picture with sensational contrast
  • Dynamic Crystal Color: Discover an expanded world of colors where millions of shades HDTVs can’t replicate make all the difference
  • Motion Rate 240: Enjoy smooth, crisp action even in the fastest scenes
  • Smart TV with Bixby Voice: A revolutionary way to help find streaming and live TV shows with a Universal Guide, one remote and voice assistance.Sound Output (RMS): 15W x 2
  • Please note the differences between the UN65NU8000 and the UN65NU800D. NU8000: Eclipse silver bezel color, 550 nits HDR sustained brightness, Supreme UHD micro dimming. NU800D: Carbon silver bezel color, 530 nits HDR sustained brightness, UHD Dimming.


Anonymous says:

Great picture quality but ads baked into the smart TV features ruin the experience. I really like this TV, Samsung has done a good job with the TV itself. I’m very happy with the overall picture quality, sound and options for settings, etc. However, where Samsung went off the rails is the software. I can not believe how bloated the smart TV features are with unnecessary apps and advertisements that one can’t get rid of. I really can’t recommend this TV because of that. If I spent this much money on a TV I refuse to accept their horribly pushy ads for stuff I don’t want, plus…

Anonymous says:

Popping/Cracking Oversight Issue more common than you think… I’m not going to address the TV quality other than the major issue – the popping/cracking sound that occurs every 30 seconds-to-a-minute for a while after turning on and off the TV. Other reviews cover the TV build, picture/sound/etc.This is really a great TV, but it could be so much better if Samsung’s quality control/engineering dept./whomever actually took the time to ensure the quality of the work stood up to Samsung’s reputation and this is coming from a longtime Samsung…

Anonymous says:

poor screen, full of ads, features depend on abuse of privacy The Good:If you sit directly in front of the TV, in the dark, watching Marvel Comics movies, and want everything to look like a hyper-realistic Playstation/XBox game, then this is the TV for you. This, sadly, seems to be how TV’s are rated now. To be fair, some of the hyper-realism can be toned down (for instance, there is a ‘movie’ mode, but that goes too far completely sucking the life out of the picture), but out of the box it is pretty bad. Additionally I should note that the…

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