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[Costco] Samsung 75” QLED TV QN75Q60T $1498.00 (also at Visions)

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[Costco] Samsung 75” QLED TV QN75Q60T $1498.00 (also at Visions)

This is the lowest I have seen. It comes with 2 years warranty and for another 99.00 you get an extended warranty for 3 more years. Visions also has it for the same price but their extended warranty is pricier. It is a decent TV for under 1500.00.
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It's better u Mention the store name to prevent any downvotes.

Good find OP. Upvoted!
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How is this tv compares to the higher end qled or oled tv?
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drawesome wrote: How is this tv compares to the higher end qled or oled tv?
This is the lower end Q60 model. This price is good for a 75".

The Q70 and Q80 have much better picture quality for more $$$.
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As far as I understand the Q60 and Q70 got serious nerfs for 2021.

I think I'd rather spend my money on a Hisense or TCL
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Thanks OP,

While this isn't a top end model my parents wanted a bigger TV and $1500 is very affordable for 75 inch.
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drawesome wrote: How is this tv compares to the higher end qled or oled tv?
Q60T and Q70T are edge lit and have no local dimming like the FALD sets, namely the Q80T and Q90T. This means the they will have lower contract ratios and black levels won't be as good as the higher end sets.
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Ordered last night. Been watching for this TV for a few weeks now. To me this is the best value between the lower 7000/8000 series and premium Q80T/Q90T.
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I think performance per dollar wise, it is hard to beat plus Samsung is a very reputable company and with the 99.00 extended warranty and now you are covered for 5 years. Can't go wrong!

I know for example TCL 6 series has better performance but it will depends on the panel lottery (i.e. quality control issues). Bestbuy sells it for 1799.00 plus 389.99 for a 4 year warranty (not 5). It cost 37% more than the Samsung. It may be worth it for someone but certainly not me. And yes, I bought the Samsung!
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theGrok wrote: Q60T and Q70T are edge lit and have no local dimming like the FALD sets, namely the Q80T and Q90T. This means the they will have lower contract ratios and black levels won't be as good as the higher end sets.
Based on rtings I can see the q60t native contrast is 7000:1 vs 3042:1 on the Q80T and they do indicate that the q80t has some issues with greyish tones with local contrast on.
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errational wrote: As far as I understand the Q60 and Q70 got serious nerfs for 2021.

I think I'd rather spend my money on a Hisense or TCL
I was deciding between this TV and the TCL 6 who I could only find at best buy. Right now in Ontario the delivery for the TCL 6 was > 1month out. Based on specs/reviews on rtings the TCL 6 seems to be overall better, though I did opt to buy this Q60T. Costco should be both much faster delivery and the TV + warranty are still cheaper than the TCL 6. Additionally I'm invested in the Samsung ecosystem w/ Smartthings and Samsung is quality TV brand so that sort of pushed it over the edge.
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can someone confirm, this is a 60hz display with no VRR right? that's what rtings says but sometimes their info is outdated when there are new firmware updates
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If you are ok with 65” instead of 75, you can get the 2020 Q80 model for $1799

I think this is a much better deal and option

I am still on the fence because I really wanted to get my TV from Costco only but they do not have the 2020 q80 model unread they have the 2021 for 2499

QN65Q80T (2020)
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/sa ... lsrc=aw.ds
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Correct 60hz and No VRR. This is a somewhat basic QLED.......like an entry model Lexus!
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Is this a better option compared to Sony 800H 75 inch in costco ? I believe that has IPS instead of VA
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PavanK934646 wrote: Is this a better option compared to Sony 800H 75 inch in costco ? I believe that has IPS instead of VA
Guess it depends on whats important to you. If you have a wide seating area where viewing angle are important then IPS may be the right choice. But VA will give you much better contrast.

Sony 800H vs Samsung Q60T
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Stan Wong wrote: Correct 60hz and No VRR. This is a somewhat basic QLED.......like an entry model Lexus!
I think it is a 2020 model so it may have 120hz and VRR. Those two are removed from 2021 model.
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babykings wrote: I think it is a 2020 model so it may have 120hz and VRR. Those two are removed from 2021 model.
It does not have 120hz and VRR, q60 line of TVs has not had 120hz since their 2018 models the q60fn. Samsung likes to nerf their TVs every year and rename and rescale the models.
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No VRR, 60hz, and no HDMI 2.1? For $1500? Seems high. Where the tv's with decent panels and the above listed specs for $1500... Damn

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