Samsung Electronics UN65MU8000 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2017 Model)

November 29, 2017 - Comment

Every scene deserves a brilliant picture. Experience lifelike color with a billion more shades than regular 4K UHD and enjoy the expanded depth of HDR. With extreme contrast between the darkest darks and lightest lights, you never miss a detail. MR 240 brings fast action to life, and you can take it all in on

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Every scene deserves a brilliant picture. Experience lifelike color with a billion more shades than regular 4K UHD and enjoy the expanded depth of HDR. With extreme contrast between the darkest darks and lightest lights, you never miss a detail. MR 240 brings fast action to life, and you can take it all in on a TV that’s streamlined from every angle- from a sleek frame to a clean back.

Product Features

  • An extreme step up in color with a billion more shades than regular 4K UHD.
  • See extreme contrast between the darkest darks and the lightest lights, plus expanded color and depth.
  • See what you’ve been missing, even in dark scenes.
  • Enjoy smooth, crisp action, even in the fastest scenes, bringing sports and fast-moving content to life.
  • Please note the differences between the MU8000 and the MU800D.
    MU8000: Gray cabinet, 500 nits HDR sustained brightness, Mega Dynamic Contrast
    MU800D: Dark Titan cabinet, 470 nits HDR sustained brightness, Ultra Dynamic Contrast

Comments

Anonymous says:

First, this TV is not bad. Blacks are great.Both 1080p and 4K from Netflix and Amazon show well. HBO has terrible encoding, so HBO Now will show lesser quality picture.MAJOR ISSUETV shows forced advertisements from HBO. hulu, Vudu, you name it.It is important to know that despitw TV Setting has options to turn off interest based advertisements,even they are turnedoff, ads keep appearing every so often few times a day. Apps are from all over: Samsung,…

Anonymous says:

Apparently, Samsung believes that it’s OK to put sponsored content on the menu bar. Samsung is making money on a product that we have purchased and own by selling our screen real-estate to 3rd parties. There is no option to turn those ads off. So keep in mind that if you purchase this product, you are installing a Samsung billboard in your house.Dear Samsung, do customers need a class action lawsuit to get their ad revenue share? Or will you stop pushing ads on our TVs, or let us…

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Hans Blix says:

Forced sponsored ads are impossible to turn off from privacy settings

arnox says:

Great HDTV – now let’s file a class action lawsuit!!! I recently received the 55″ MU8000 TV, and it’s definitely a big step up from the KU6300 I previously had in every way. However, there are some issues that should be brought up.Pros:- Excellent blacks. Provides a very deep black picture.- Vivid colors, but it could be a bit better with its 10 bit panel.- No lightbleed at all.- Native 120Hz refresh rate / Full 24p playback.- Very nice build quality. Extremely thin bezel around the panel.- 4x…

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