expired Samsung 55" QA55Q60RAW Series 6 QLED 4K UHD TV $1277 + Delivery @ Videopro eBay

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Awesome price for a qled tv. Only $1277 plus delivery. Make sure you use code pylon at checkout

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  • +2 votes

    These aren't quite as good as last year's NU8000 say some reviews but still a cracking price.

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    Great price and find OP. Might want to put "@VideoPro EBay" in the title

  • +2 votes

    Careful with QLED. Check recent ozbargain thread on light bleeding

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      The TV has had software update and it is definitely much better now once you play with the dimming feature.
      I have a QLED 65 Q7FN and I am pretty happy with it.

      • +1 vote

        I was just saying as a precautionary..below is the link. I believe he has the same TV. Not sure though.
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/462818

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        I have the 55 q7fn (2018) and while I. Happy with 120hz 1440p gaming, and the colours, and brightness, the motion handling for 24fps (ie tv and movie) content leaves something to be desired imho. Using max smoothing as well. Your thoughts?

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    How does this stack up against the various Sony and Hisense's (LED) in this price bracket?

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      Image quality. I play and watch 1080p, 4K on it and the experience just blow your mind away.
      QLED is a LED TV with much higher quality. Q stands for Quantum dot technology.
      Go to a Jb-Hifi and see with your eyes.

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        Thanks Whiiskyy. I'll admit, I'm a bit of a ranking whore, and on Rting I see this with a slightly lower number than the Sony (sorry cant remember which one). I'll def head into JB!

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          It is because it is still "LED technology" so people prefer to buy normal LED.
          OLED users will say "oohh OLED is better". Nope, the black color is actually black because the pixel turn itself off but it has a burn-in screen problems.
          LEDs don't have that problems, and Samsung QLEDs model have 10y warranty for screen burn, UltraHD Premium certified.
          You have to see it by yourself.

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            @whiiiskyy: why need 10yr warranty for screen burn when you said LED/QLED aren't same as OLED which has a reputation for screen burn?

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              @pinkybrain: I believe it is more about the TV itself because LED doesn't have burn-in problem.
              An OLED TV cannot provide that because we all know why.
              I see that as a subliminal message like "we can, others cannot". Like KIA motors with their cars with 7y warranty or so, if that makes sense to you :)