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Review: QN65Q9F, QN75Q9F (Samsung Q9F)

The flagship Samsung Q9F series comes in three screen sizes: the 65-inch QN65Q9F, the 75-inch QN75Q9F and the 88-inch QN88Q9F class model. Being part of the Samsung’s QLED range this year, the Q9F series TVs have the spectrum of their LED backlight enhanced by quantum dots. Even though that the QN65Q9F (and the two bigger Read More

Review: Sony A1E (XBR65A1E, XBR55A1E)

The Sony A1E is the subject of this review. The A1E consists of the XBR65A1E and the XBR55A1E, which are the 65-inch and 55-inch class models, respectively. Later this year, a Sony OLED TV in the 77-inch class is expected to be released as well. Since the XBR65A1E and the XBR55A1E have identical features, the Read More

Review: LG 65SJ8500 (vs 65UH8500)

This review is focused on the LG 65SJ8500, which is a third generation LG Super UHD TV. The LG 65SJ8500 is the 65-inch class model from the SJ8500 series. It uses a nano cell technology, meaning the quantum dots are embedded in the LCD panel cells. This is possible due to the diameter of the Read More

Review: LG OLED55C7P

The focal point of this review is the LG OLED55C7P, which is a member of the C7 series. The OLED55C7P is one of the three LG OLED TVs in the 55-inch class this year. Even though it omits the Picture-on-glass design and the integrated sound bar that can found on the higher end model from Read More

Review: Sony XBR65X900E

This is a review of the Sony XBR65X900E. The defining characteristic of the Sony XBR65X900E is quite possibly its full-array local dimming backlight, especially when you consider than this type of backlight architecture is rarely encountered outside the realm of flagship LCD TVs (and even they don’t always use it, as is the case with Read More