Samsung QN55Q6F Flat 55” QLED 4K UHD 6 Series Smart TV 2018

Samsung QN55Q6F Flat 55” QLED 4K UHD 6 Series Smart TV 2018

Samsung QN55Q6F Flat 55” QLED 4K UHD 6 Series Smart TV 2018

  • Q Contrast: Experience dramatic depth from the darkest to brightest scenes.
  • Q HDR: See colors in movies and shows pop, just as the director intended, in stunning high dynamic range.
  • Q Style: A thoughtful design with a clean cable solution allows you to focus on a TV without the clutter.
  • Ambient Mode: With our new Ambient Mode, you can elevate your living room with decorative content, useful information, your own photos, and even some background music. You won’t notice the TV on the wall as it blends perfectly with your décor.
  • Smart TV with Bixby Voice: A revolutionary way to help find streaming and live TV shows with a universal guide, OneRemote and voice assistance.

The eye will savor the 2018 Q6. Welcome to the prestigious QLED lineup that tantalizes your vision with 1 billion+ shades of Q Color while Ambient Mode alters the screen into a spectacular visual display.

List Price: $ 1,097.99

Price: $ 1,097.99

2 thoughts on “Samsung QN55Q6F Flat 55” QLED 4K UHD 6 Series Smart TV 2018

  1. 102 of 104 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best TV I’ve Ever Seen, April 5, 2018

    I am blown away by The 2018 Samsung QLED TV! While the TV does require two people to set it up due to the screen size, it is surprisingly light and the set up is extremely simple, my girlfriend and I were able to get this out of the box and playing chef’s table 4k in less than 10 minutes. Once the TV is out of the box, the form and design is something to marvel at. The TV is so thin and its frame is virtually invisible, this device is all screen. The stand legs just snap onto the TV with virtually no assembly required, I spent a good two minutes looking for the screws before my girlfriend just snapped the legs into place herself (which of course gave her much triumphant satisfaction!) The on-screen set up is a breeze, and the TV is so smart it automatically detects and syncs your connected devices (cable box, video game console, external speakers etc). All attached devices can be controlled with the included OneRemote, which again syncs automatically, you simply point the remote at the device and it recognizes, and controls it. Altogether, set up will take you about 5-10 minutes, and once it’s complete you are left with the most incredible picture you have ever seen. The details and colors are so vibrant and vivid, and there is ZERO glare, as the screen adjusts to ambient light, which is great for us as our apartment is all windows. Perhaps my favorite feature is the Universal Browse, which allows me to access my favorite programming from cable, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and beyond, all from one universal guide. My girlfriend loves the TV in ambient mode, which allows us to display art like content, photos, or decorative backgrounds (perfect for when we have people over and want to show off our QLED without having the television on). If you’re going to spend the money on a nice television, I absolutely recommend spending it here, worth every penny. Well done Samsung!

  2. 42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Happily “burning out my retinas”, August 14, 2018

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    When I told my daughter I was buying the Samsung 82″ QLED, she texted back that I would “burn out my retinas”. She wasn’t far off.

    This is a magnificent electronic tour de force. For full disclosure, I’ve had my issues with Samsung TVs in the past. This TV replaced a 75″ Samsung HD set that I had for about 8 years and, for the most part, was great. But twice I had that dreaded failure where the TV would randomly shut off and restart repeatedly. After months of troubleshooting and anguish, I replaced a cable and all worked well, but it raised serious concern about Samsung and their QA.

    Nevertheless, when it came to buy a new one, I ended up going back to Samsung basically for two reasons. First, the quality of the picture is only second to the LG OLED. But LG does not make an 80″+ OLED TV that doesn’t require a second mortgage. So the second reason I bought the Samsung is because the cost is reasonable by comparison (although still high). I also rationalized that over the years, Samsung has hopefully addressed their QA issues and I won’t suffer though more troubleshooting issues in the future. (File this one under “Denial”.)

    But enough of that. The TV itself is stunning. We purchased the wall-mounting as part of our package and Angel, the Amazon installer, was terrific. In and out in about 45 minutes, and that included the assembly of the mount. Once turned on, the set-up wizard walks you through everything you need to get you up and running, including the recognition of the attached DVR, Apple TV, Roku, and game console. No need to remember which HDMI port each is plugged into. The TV labels all the ports in an easy-to-access menu that you display via the sleek remote.

    The remote is minimalistic but very functional. Others have complained about it, but honestly, other than using my DirecTV remote to change channels, I use the Samsung remote for all other functions. The Home button displays a menu that allows you to access all your other devices, and those are integrated with access to the apps for quick access to Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, or, in my case, the MLBTV app. No more of this nonsense of reaching for the TV remote, pressing “Source”, trying to remember which HDMI port is the Apple TV, selecting the port, then reaching for the Apple TV remote. The magic all happens with one single remote.

    But the beauty of this TV (and the reason you shell out all that money) doesn’t really come home to roost until you see the vibrancy of the colors. It’s hard to convey. It’s like Dorothy living her life in Kansas in black and white for the first 45 minutes of “The Wizard of OZ”, and then opening the door of her tornado-transported house only to see the REAL colors of the Emerald City. The first time I saw the red and greens in the graphics of some of the networks, it was like seeing what real color is supposed to look like. It jumps off the page (if your TV was paper). On the other hand, maybe my retinas were sufficiently burned. Either way, several days later, I’m still in awe when I turn the TV on and the colors become living, all-encompassing waves of vibrancy. It’s spectacular.

    It’s probably a good idea to plan to fool with some of the motion settings. Accepting the defaults made for some interesting effects while watching football on the NFL Network, especially in close-ups of fast-moving interior linemen, or a camera tracking a pass upfield. But after an afternoon of twiddling with the settings, I have the best television picture I’ve seen in my life. Now if we can just get the networks to start broadcasting in 4K, that would be great.

    It’s a lot of money to pay for a TV, and I’m sure if you wait, the price of these will drop significantly as the technology improves. But if you’re looking for what amounts to cutting edge picture quality now and the price doesn’t scare you, you can’t go wrong with the Samsung QLED. They’re making retinas a thing of the past. 🙂

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