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Samsung 65" Q80T TV (QN65Q80T) $1,798

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[Visions Electronics] Samsung 65" Q80T TV (QN65Q80T) $1,798

Hey guys,

Noticed this TV on sale at Visions, regular $2600.
Cheers
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Jan 16, 2018
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mankinchan wrote: Hey guys,

Noticed this TV on sale at Visions, regular $2600.
I think the regular price of this TV is actually 1999CAD from any other seller. So basically it's a 200 dollars off. Still a good TV according to rtings though.
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Jul 5, 2017
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think this is close to the cost + 10% price. Got this TV last year for $1,790
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i have the 2018 samsung un65nu8500 i really like the tv but was thinking of getting a newer one. my question is would it be worth the upgrade to the 65q80t, would i notice a big improvement in picture quality ?
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I got this tv as a warranty replacement for my broken ks8000. I wasn't impressed and ended up returning it and taking a gift card instead.
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This TV is good, but it's not quite OLED good, and even the H9G gives it a run for it's money. The lack of Dolby Vision bothers me as well.

I would rather buy a clearance OLED for a little more.

There's nothing of Yahweh's Green Earth like working and entertaining one's self through the lens of an OLED panel. If your eyes could do crack, this would be how.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: This TV is good, but it's not quite OLED good, and even the H9G gives it a run for it's money. The lack of Dolby Vision bothers me as well.

I would rather buy a clearance OLED for a little more.

There's nothing of Yahweh's Green Earth like working and entertaining one's self through the lens of an OLED panel. If your eyes could do crack, this would be how.
Any idea where to find these clearance OLEDs? The 65" CX price hasn't changed in the last month, and it looks like some sites (Costco) don't even carry them online anymore.
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default5 wrote: Any idea where to find these clearance OLEDs? The 65" CX price hasn't changed in the last month, and it looks like some sites (Costco) don't even carry them online anymore.
Nothing that the consumer would have access to, and I'm not comfortable recommending discount outlets for unlicensed resale.

I would keep an eye out at Best Buy, Costco, and any proper big box. In the Brampton radius (or thereabouts), you'll find midsize unknowns that appear to be licensed distributors, you can try those operators, but I won't name them here.

Good luck! (no sarcasm, I mean it, it's tough out there)
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https://www.telecityelectronics.ca/prod ... d-smart-tv

Telecity Electronics quoted me on this TV...
Thank you for your inquiry.

We're currently having a Super Sale which ends on Sunday. We have the following promotion:

Samsung QN65Q80TAFXZC - $1699.99 + $24.70 EHF + tax

Due to the ongoing concern of COVID-19 our showrooms are temporary closed, so we offer free delivery in the GTA. The delivery would be done within 2 days. Our delivery man is equipped with a wireless payment machine, so you would just pay on delivery using either your Debit, Visa or MasterCard.
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Jul 20, 2018
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amazing tv.. bought it to pair with my series x and im constantly blown away.
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I bought the Q90T 75 inch for $2800 last month. Now that is almost as good as OLED!
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ar2020 wrote: I bought the Q90T 75 inch for $2800 last month. Now that is almost as good as OLED!
Yes that's not bad at all, considering the 77" OLED is nearly twice the price.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Yes that's not bad at all, considering the 77" OLED is nearly twice the price.
Exactly and I think the Q90T black levels are insanely good for an LCD. I just couldn't justify paying double for OLED or sizing down to a 65 inch OLED. Plus I have a bright room and don't really even watch movies.
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If this drops further in price, I’d be tempted to get this over a 55 Inch LG CX, mainly due to size. Can any TV pros give me some advice otherwise?
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SoroSuub1 wrote: https://www.telecityelectronics.ca/prod ... d-smart-tv

Telecity Electronics quoted me on this TV...
Thanks. I gave up the hunt, phoned Telecity, and bought an LG 65C1. $2699.99 + 24.70 EHF + tax. Free delivery.

They don't replace them after the first 24 hours. They will allow a single exchange.

I haven't seen a C1 elsewhere. So I didn't try to negotiate.
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This tv is very comparable to the Sony xbr65x900h but more expensive. I'm waiting for either of those to go on sale....
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No idea how ppl are recommending Hisense. Motion handling on the h8g is absolute trash. My 12 year old samsung b6000 does such a better job and keeping moving images in focus
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The fact that Samsung refuses to support Dolby Vision is honestly ridiculous.

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