Introducing the Samsung QLED Q9f. For this iteration of TV’s, Samsung has focused on the user experience. Not only through improvement of the image quality, but also by streamlining the management of services. It’s all in the video interview of Samsung’s Dave Das, by Digital Trends Caleb Denison on this page, or with with added groovy cutaways at this link on the Digital Trends website.
Full array local dimming on the Q9 and Q8, direct backlight, and the ability to control zones, plus proprietary anti-reflective film, give the deepest blacks, and highest brightness possible. By concentrating on contrast, they’ve added richness to the image quality. The use of their proprietary anti reflective film on q7f sets and above combined with full-array local dimming eliminates the effect of haloing, which often occurs in sharp-edged black/white contrasts. Improvements to off angle viewing (demonstrated in some of the cutaways above) allow movement around the room without losing the onscreen action.
On the control side, they’ve integrated the effortless login experience with their Smartthings app. Dave Das says: “The phone senses the bluetooth network, automatically connects the TV to your WiFi network. And, later this year, it will enable effortless, seamless login, without you having to enter any usernames or passwords, for apps you may already be logged into on your phone. For example Spotify, so all that is done without having to click buttons on the remote”.
• Q | Colour
• Q | Life
• Q | Contrast Elite Max
• Ambient Mode
• OneRemote Control
• SmartThings with Bixby
This is one that you’re going to want to come to see in store and put through its paces. It sure sounds cool though, doesn’t it? Drop by to talk with one of our Audio Video experts, while checking it out for yourself. 130 Davis Drive, Newmarket.