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Samsung TU8000 82" Crystal UHD 4K Smart TV (2020) $1895.25 (C&C Only) @ JB Hi-Fi

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If size does matter then this is the biggest bang for buck, a massive screen TV from one of Korean big 2.

4.7 stars out of +700 reviews look good.

Use JB Hifi 3% discount GCs to save more (e.g. Shopback app, buy 2x$200, 1x$500 and 1x$1000).

Does not seem to provide delivery option.

Also Samsung TU8000 65" Crystal UHD 4K Smart TV [2020] $922.45 in store only ($897.45 with Latitude Pay).

P.S. Sorry Perth and Adelaide, does not seem to be available within 200km of your metro post codes. See below to buy direct from Samsung with free delivery, especially if you think about adding a Samsung soundbar system as they give an extra $250 off.

*If your local JB does not have it and/or you need delivery, Samsung has just discounted it to $2024 including delivery. Sign up to their online store to get $50 off. This is not bad considering most online appliance stores charge around $120-160 shipping for large TVs (if they do at all, especially to WA or regional areas)
Also noting that if you buy a sound bar from the Samsung store at the same time as the TV (75" or 82"), you'd get $250 off the combined total (spotted by cjmorgan87). I'd recommend HW-Q600A 3.1.2ch Home Theatre Soundbar $669 including delivery which supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. It's currently on sale at JB for $599 + delivery, so the Samsung price is quite close. But Samsung will take an extra $250 off with the TV.

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    Looks solid bang for buck…. What is this TV missing that others would have at this price?

    • +10 votes

      55 inch x9000h would have HDMI 2.1
      65 inch q8 would have full array local dimming
      Similar price range

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        Thank you.

      • -7 votes

        You can’t compare a low range tv to mid range tvs

        • +8 votes

          Well, you can compare it by saying that it lacks HDMI 2.1 and full array local dimming that the others have.

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          The user who asked the question was satisfied with the answer. Obviously, it seems like the answer was good enough

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          Why?

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          The op used priced range as a comparison. He outlined models that have more features hence making them more bang for buck.

          How is that not a valid comparison?

          If the op asked for 82" alternatives then by all means, throw his reply in the bin since he provided alternatives by price range.

    • +6 votes

      I have had the 72" version for the last month or so.

      As other's have said, it doesn't have 8k or the fancy full array dimming etc.

      One thing that I've noticed is that the anti-glare on this screen isn't great and I'm noticing a lot more compared to my 12y Sony.

      Samsung have been sneaking ads into their smart TV's. I've been able to disable all of them which was a concern for me when I was looking, so that's not a big issue for me anymore.

      If you are upgrading from something older, a lot of the current/last few generations will all be a big upgrade.

      • +6 votes

        Having ads on a new TV would completely infuriate me, glad to know there’s a way out. Still makes me worried about the telemetry it phones home with.

      • +1 vote

        care to share how you do this?

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    the 65" link not working..

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      Looks like it's just sold out…

      • +3 votes

        Ill get the 'the good guys' $974 theirs comes with 1 year Disney plus which is 120 bucks. which brings the total to $854

  • +3 votes

    Nice TV, just quite dim.

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      Yep, abysmal peak brightness.

    • +1 vote

      i purchased the q7 65" 2 weeks ago at similar price but cancelled the next day due to many reviews saying how bad the motion stutter is. Samsung's however even on their low-end tv's have good motion. hence why i got this one. i never cared for brightness i usually decrease the ones on even 300nit tv it due to eye strain.

  • +1 vote

    have the previous gen - ru8000 82 great tv.
    tu8000 is a step down according to rtings - but should still be solid.
    at this price its a bargain

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    Cheaper than EPP from Samsung!

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    You're paying for the size and that's it. Same specs as TVs 10 years ago. Very average no frills tv with poor brightness and good contrast ratio. Doesn't go above 300 nits but input lag is very good.

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    Would there be a better quality 75” tv around for a simile price point?

    Eg. how does this compare to UN8100 https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/lg-un8100-uhd-75-smart-4k... (can’t find many reviews)

    • +1 vote

      If it's in a darkish room the TU8000 is really good and exceptional value for money. IMHO you won't get better picture quality, just more brightness and pop.

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      Hisense with FALD

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        only q8 is superior, the q7 has bad motion stutter issues and jitter. as outlined in all reviews. so if you can fork out $400-$500 more for a 65" get the Q8. as for sub $1000 65" nothing is touching this one

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    Does this model have built in wireless casting/chromecast?

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      Only Alexa is built in. You still can do Apple Airplay or wireless casting from your smart device.

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    I can only imagine low res FTA tv blown up on this would look terrible..

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      Who watches FTA crap

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        It's not just FTA, Foxtel, Fetch and many IPTVs broadcast under 1080p is just use inadequate bitrate. This TV would be OK for kids, maybe a garage/man cave… but i wouldnt touch it with a 10ft pole as my main tv.

  • +5 votes

    Add a soundbar on the samsung website and you can save and additional $250 on the TV
    Add HW-T550 - Retail $349 and only end up paying $99 extra for it

    • +1 vote

      Good pick up! To do a big screen TV justice, I'd recommend the bigger HW-Q600A 3.1.2ch Home Theatre Soundbar $669 including delivery which supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. It's currently on sale at JB for $599 + delivery, so the Samsung price is quite close. But Samsung will take $250 off with the TV, so effectively it costs $419.

  • +1 vote

    Amazing price for an 82”. It may not have the best picture quality, but I think size makes up for it :)
    A good friend has the 65” model, its looks pretty decent, HDR is probably not as amazing as on more expensive TVs, but not bad compared to top end non OLED models from a few years ago.

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    I have the 50 inch version of this, couldn't be happier with it especially for the price. Parents got a 65 inch of the higher rung Q90T (something along those lines) and theres no big difference between the two, perhaps brightness but I found theirs way too bright for me anyway.

  • +2 votes

    This + google chromecast tv is a deadly combo

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      I've got the 50 inch version of this, what would you need a chromecast for? For my use at least it has everything built in.

      • +1 vote

        Vpn client, duo calls with webcam, games from playstore, other streaming apps that are not available on tizan store.

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    Haven't purchased a TV in about 12 years. Anyone has any idea how much it would cost to wall mount this (labour and purchase mount). I'm a decently strong guy but I doubt I'll be able to install it with just my wife and I.

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      Try watching videos, it's easy if u know the trick, one part will go to wall and other will goto tv, you just need hook both. But since its 82". Just call your friend or ur neighbor for a beer 😜

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        You're assuming I have friends! lol

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      Despite the size, these TVs are pretty light, this 82" is only 37.7kg without the stand, so I'm sure you and your wife can mount it. I've wall mounted our 75", which weighs 44kg with my wife.

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        Thanks, will give it a shot if I buy.

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          No worries, BTW this is where I've bought most of my mounts. Don't worry too much about the size rating (because I believe those are based on older TVs including plasmas), instead, get something that can handle the weight of your TV. But to be on the safe side get a mount rated to twice your TV's weight i.e: 80kg or more, and wide enough to span across two studs i.e > 600mm (if you are going to mount on a wall with a typical timber frame).

    • +1 vote

      Weight isn’t a problem and it’s easy enough to do it yourself.

      The main issues are:

      1. When you want the TV in a specific location and the stud locations don’t allow it. A long (wider) mount can usually solve this.

      2. Making the damn mount straight.

      3. Dealing with the cables as you put the TV in place.

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    Motion Rate is 100Hz which should be sufficient for watching paint drying. Unfortunately Panasonic televisions are no longer available in Australia.

  • +1 vote

    managed to get it for 1800$ delivered with racq gift cards

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    Tcl c725 and c825 should be here soon

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    Q60T has better picture quality than this

    • +1 vote

      according to reviews it's much worse at motion handling, not great for sports and gaming eg. Rtings review of the Q60T

      • -1 vote

        doesn't matter. i'm not a console peasant. and who watches sports? lmfao

  •  

    OOS at JB. Next best bet is Samsung online store $2024 including delivery. Combine with their website sign up $50 voucher to net $1974 including delivery.

  •  

    Samsung has increased their price back to $2899 and seems they don't have stock either.

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    Guys, manged to buy two 75" Samsung from this cheap deals, one for myself and other for parents but they dont need it, so happy to give one anyone who missed this deal. Brand new, still in box and with invoice. Location South East Melbourne suburbs.