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OzBargain Exclusive - Samsung 75 inch QLED TVs - QA75Q7F $4,929 (was $6,564), QA75Q8C $6,485 (was $6,789) @ Appliances Online

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Hi OzBargain,

Appliances Online has another coupon exclusive for the OzBargain community.
This time we have the Samsung QA75Q7F and QA75Q8C curved 75 inch (190cm) QLED 4K ultra high definition TVs on sale for three days or until stocks run out.

The QA75Q7F 75" TV (Q7 Series 7)

See here for more details and specifications from the official Samsung site.

  • QA75Q7F Boxing Day 2017 price: $6,689
  • QA75Q7F Lowest seen price: $6,564 (15.01.18)
  • RRP: $9,999
  • Flash sale price: $4,979
  • OzBargain price: $4,929 (please enter coupon code OZBQ7 at checkout)

Compare prices with other retailers: Static ICE and MyShopping

The QA75Q8C 75" TV (Q8 Series 8)

See here for more details and specifications from the official Samsung site.

  • QA75Q8C Boxing Day 2017 price: $6,999
  • QA75Q8C Lowest seen price: $6,789 (15.01.18)
  • RRP: $11,499
  • Flash sale price: $6,585
  • OzBargain price: $6,485 (please enter coupon code OZBQ8 at checkout)

Compare prices with other retailers: Static ICE and MyShopping (Note that the only retailer with a cheaper listing is selling a factory 2nd)

When do these deals end?

These two deals expire on Monday night, 22nd of January at 11:59pm or when stocks run out.

What if I have questions about these TVs?

If you have any specific questions about these two products, our resident Audio Visual expert will be on-hand

Notes:

Limited Stock There are less than 30 each of these models available for sale and for customers in states like WA/SA the stock is very limited, so be quick - our last sale saw 1,000 vacuums sell out in a single day.

Free Delivery - All orders are eligible for free delivery where applicable - our site will ask you to enter in your post code to check if you are eligible for free delivery.
We never charge you for a delivery unless you specifically request a Saturday-only delivery ($75 fee).

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  • +2 votes

    I'm just downloading the forza 7 Samsung QLED car pack. Do I need one of these TVs to use it? TIA

  • +20 votes

    woah thats alot of dough sorry cant afford as i am not a train driver…

    • +1 vote

      lmao

    • +1 vote

      me neither… :*( lowly IT person…

    • +4 votes

      "…most train drivers in Australia earn between $78,000 and $103,999."

      I had to look this up, not bad wage I reckon.

      From a 2013 ABC article

      • +2 votes

        Come back to me when someone decides to commit suicide by walking in front of your train. Think I'll stick to IT.

        • -5 votes

          Hmm.. I think I will be sad depress for a week then back to normal. Seriously. Are human that weak? Many horror movies for practising.

        • +2 votes

          @dragonindespair: Do you really think people are that callous? Some train drivers never get back into the cab, particularly if it is a young person.

        • +5 votes
          • QLD average police salary: $52,823
          • Average Fire Fighter: $62,381
          • Paramedic average salary: $59,019
          • Non-commissioned soldier: $59,500 inc. uniform and allowance

          I'm not trying to belittle Train Drivers, but again, not a bad wage.

          Also, looking at those, considering people hate Police and love Fire Fighters, that wage is surely more tempting than being called a pig constantly.

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          @try2bhelpful: ok everyone is different but I just know I will be fine. Sad of course. Probably I have the understanding that i can be alive only because one day I will die mentality.

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          one day I will die mentality

          Are you saying one day you will be brain dead?

        • -1 vote

          @FabMan: a police officer gets paid more than that. A constable starts off at $65K after training.

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          Does that happen every day?

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          @lostn: not everyday but how many times would it happen before you broke down from watching someone die in front of you fur to the vehicle you were driving? Once would be enough for me, I think.

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          @m9:

          Are you saying one day you will be brain dead?

          He said "mentality" not "mentally".

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          @dragonindespair: so how many people have you actually killed so know you will be fine?

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          @try2bhelpful:

          not everyday but how many times would it happen before you broke down from watching someone die in front of you fur to the vehicle you were driving? Once would be enough for me, I think.

          Once will be enough for me also. But I want to know if it happens enough that every train driver gets their one fatality. If one in 100 drivers kills a suicidal person, I'm ok with those odds. There are diseases that affect people with higher odds than that. And I don't live in constant fear of them.

          More people die on the road than anywhere else. Every car driver has a chance of killing someone. Doesn't make people scared to drive a car though.

          I'd be more scared of being a pilot than a train driver, even though there are very few plane accidents compared to other forms of transport. "Safest way to travel."

          The reason drivers are able to negotiate a good contract is because they're not that easy to replace. It's not because they have high stress. Many jobs are high stress. If you work at Mcdonalds, you will never get good conditions because you're expendable.

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          @lostn: I just thought the latter made a bit more sense.

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          @m9:

          It doesn't. But he could have used more punctuation.

          that i can be alive only because of "one day I will die" mentality.

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          @HarveySpecter: QLD? Western Australia claims that wage I saw.

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        That's before penalties

  • +17 votes

    Hi, I am a social media influencer. Can I have a tv for free? :/

    http://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-updates/woman-humiliate...

    • +4 votes

      That was hilarious. The hotel can do without free loading morons like her; hopefully this lost her a bunch of followers. I wonder what Universal Orlanda felt about this given they have been outed for "buying" positive reviews?

    • +2 votes

      wtf is wrong with her eyes

    • +1 vote

      Great story. Damned freeloader! What's wrong with her eyes? Not enough sleep in the car they had to sleep in because they didn't get free accommodation?

      This is why you cannot trust a good portion of "reviewers", they are unethical and outright corrupt.

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    The typical power consumption for both tv's per hour is about 200-280 watts.

    Not bad for a large tv.

  • +12 votes

    note that QLED is not OLED

    • +5 votes

      The alphabet tells me Q is better then O

    • +1 vote

      I need a big screen to tell the differences.

    • +1 vote

      QLED has better brightness (backlit with microdot lighting & darkening)
      OLED has better, deeper blacks (individual lit pixels)

      OLEDs from LG (makers of the panels) have greatly improved brightness, making HDR look much better but are still behind Samsungs latest QLED but the tables are turned with blacks and that makes the LG look brighter than the spec's suggest.

      Price is a good decider as is AUDIO. For example the LG OLED E7 has built in enhanced audio. Negating the need for a soundbar (often $300-500 more)

      These SAMSUNG screens are stunning! Only side by side with OLED would you pick the OLED. You will notice all stores keep then apart for just this reason but all staff own the OLED version! Just ask.

      BTW: Im sticking with my 50" LG Plasma, its still stunning and running well. Dont be duped into replacing a good plasma until prices come down significantly!!!

  • +1 vote

    Any deals / clearances for a 65”?

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    I'm sure that is a very good price but unfortunately I can only afford something <3k

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      Hi voldemort,

      If you are looking for a great TV under $3000, then the 65" MU7000 Samsung

      https://www.appliancesonline.com.au/samsung-ua65mu7000-65-in...

      Or the 65" X2 from TCL are both excellent choices

      https://www.appliancesonline.com.au/tcl-65x2us-65-inch-165cm...

      If you have any other questions, please feel free to let me know.

      Hope this helps,
      Adam

      • +1 vote

        Thanks! I’m actually on the market for an 75”

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          No worries voldemort.

          I don't have anything in 75" that is currently under $3000 but make sure to keep an eye out on our site as we are constantly updating all of out products and I am sure that we will have something to suit you soon!

          Cheers,
          Adam

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        Does the TCL X2 suffer from the micro stuttering of the lower, previous models? Motion on lower, previous TCLs are all horrible micro stuttering of motion and it kills it for me as my eye can see it. Smooth motion is all thats holding me off buying the X2 as ive not seen one in action.

        • +1 vote

          Hi srhardy,

          As the X2 is the premium model in the TCL lineup, and having seen them in use, they do not suffer from motion stutter even when watching particularly fast content such as sports. On top of that, the general image quality is a significant step up compared to the entry models, but that is to be expected when looking at the model lineup from any manufacturer.

          Hope this helps,
          Adam

  • +3 votes

    I love Samsung's screens - easily the most beautiful led screens out there…

    But the TV's suck in general. I find everything slow to respond, the software is terrible and intrusive, and the remotes only seem to be recognized 80% of the time.

    Always conflicted when it's new TV time - after the annoyances of these TVs, the picture quality usually redeems itself quite nicely.

    However I think Sony usually have the best of both worlds, usually at a price premium though.

  • +4 votes

    Thanks OP, Bought 3, bargain!

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    Good evening @AppliancesOnline.com.au,

    You have been assigned the mission of beating the previous best deal on OzBargain's favourite OLED TV: the LG OLED55B7T.

    As always, should you be caught sockpuppeting or be killed by negs, OzBargain will disavow any knowledge of your actions.

    Good luck.

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      Is that thing available in 75"?

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        Hi lostn,

        Currently, the B7 OLED from LG is only available in a 55" model and the largest OLED that LG offers is 77" in the signature W7 Wallpaper series.

        Hope this helps,
        Adam

        • +1 vote

          whats the best price @appliancesonline.com.au can do on the LG OLED55B7T 55 Inch 139cm Smart Ultra HD OLED TV?

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          Hi jay5169,

          If you would like to give our sales team a call on 1300 000 500, I'm sure they will be more than happy to see if there is anything they can do for you for the LG OLED.

          Hope this helps,
          Adam

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      LOL its even got in a big writing BEST PRICE GUARANTEED

      • -1 vote

        BEST PRICE GUARENTEED

        *From time to time there are prices that AppliancesOnline.com.au are unable to match, in this case we will give you the best possible price we can.

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    Hello rep, you must really love us to make these exclusive to Ozbargainer's.

    • +1 vote

      Hi Wystri Warrick,

      We certainly do love the community here at ozbargain!

      We hope you love the exclusives!

      Cheers,
      Adam

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    What kind of speakers would you use with this tv? I looked at the Samsung specs and they don't really mention speakers much.

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    Any special ozbargain sales on 65” OP? I’m after a 65” Samsung MU7000 😀

  • +2 votes

    Thanks, sold house and bought 7 of each.

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    Any good deals for someone who doesn't want a tv the size of a cinema screen? Looking for a 50" deal please.

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      Hi LuckyDrew,

      Unfortunately, we don't have anything running that's quite as good a deal as the 2 75" Samsungs that we put up here, but our pricing changes all the time so best to keep an eye out as something will most definitely come up.

      Otherwise, feel free to contact our 24/7 team on 1300 000 500 and if there is a particular model that you are after, they will be more than happy to see if there is anything extra they are able to do for you.

      Hope this helps,
      Adam

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    Any deals for poor people looking a sub $2000 tv

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      Hi Aceboy884,

      We currently have quite a few different tv's that are under $2000 on our website.

      Are there any particular brands/size/features that you are looking for in your new TV?
      I would be more than happy to help you and make some suggestions based on what you are after.

      Hope this helps,
      Adam

  • +1 vote

    OLED TVs are incredibly thin because each pixel (dot) is its own light source, therefore no backlighting is required. OLED TVs are thinner than LED TVs and quantum dot televisions.
    These televisions deliver unprecedented contrast ratios (the luminance between the brightest whites and the darkest blacks), and exceptional brightness compared to older LED-backlit TVs (the bigger the “nits” number, the higher the brightness).
    OLED TVs are much more energy efficient than other TV panel types as they sip rather than gulp electricity.

    SAMSUNGS QLED or Quantum dot TVs can match the “infinite” contrast ratio of OLED, delivering exceptionally dark blacks and whiter whites, and offer higher brightness than OLED TVs.
    These TVs boast a wider, more true-to-life color palette – especially when it comes to reds, greens, and cyans – compared to OLED-based displays.
    Unlike OLED materials, quantum dots are inorganic, which translates to longer-lasting displays and don’t suffer from any “burn-in” (ghost image) issues, though LG has added technologies to try to mitigate this.

  • +1 vote

    I'll give this a miss, too small for my 12-car garage.

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