SAMSUNG 85-Inch Class QLED 4K QN85D Series Neo Quantum HDR Smart TV (QN85QN85D) + 65-Inch Class Crystal UHD 4K TU690T Series HDR Smart TV (UN65TU690T)

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Original price was: $4,145.98.Current price is: $4,095.99.

  • LIMITED TIME OFFER: 03/21-4/11, while supplies last, purchase a qualifying 2024 Samsung Neo QLED 8K, Neo QLED, OLED, or The Frame at Amazon and receive a 65″ TU690T Crystal UHD TV on us. Must be added to cart as a pre-built bundle ( 2024 TV + 65” TU690T) to qualify for the free TV. The 65” TU690T TV is non-transferable and limited to 1 per qualifying purchase.
SAMSUNG 85-Inch Class QLED 4K QN85D Series Neo Quantum HDR Smart TV (QN85QN85D) + 65-Inch Class Crystal UHD 4K TU690T Series HDR Smart TV (UN65TU690T)
SAMSUNG 85-Inch Class QLED 4K QN85D Series Neo Quantum HDR Smart TV (QN85QN85D) + 65-Inch Class Crystal UHD 4K TU690T Series HDR Smart TV (UN65TU690T)

Original price was: $4,145.98.Current price is: $4,095.99.

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Specification: SAMSUNG 85-Inch Class QLED 4K QN85D Series Neo Quantum HDR Smart TV (QN85QN85D) + 65-Inch Class Crystal UHD 4K TU690T Series HDR Smart TV (UN65TU690T)

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2 reviews for SAMSUNG 85-Inch Class QLED 4K QN85D Series Neo Quantum HDR Smart TV (QN85QN85D) + 65-Inch Class Crystal UHD 4K TU690T Series HDR Smart TV (UN65TU690T)

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  1. Simply Adia

    The Samsung NEO QLED QN85D 55-inch Smart TV is a 4- or 5-star TV. The picture quality is excellent, and it has some great features, but whether it is 4 stars versus 5 stars depends on how you plan to use it within your home network.

    What I like and where it excels: excellent picture quality; four HDMI inputs, all supporting 4K input; Samsung TV Plus that has the has many, many channels, several of which I could not get without a subscription of some type; auto-discovery of over-the-air (OTA) channels without prompting; support for most popular smart TV applications (Disney+, Discovery+, Netflix, Amazon Prime, HULU, etc.); and Amazon Alexa support for voice commands.

    What I dislike: minimalist remote that makes some navigation cumbersome; lack of support for common OTA network-based tuners and associated applications; overly long initial setup process.
    I am rating the TV 4-stars rather than 5 due to the lack of support for my HDHomeRun OTA network tuners and for the Channels application that I use to manage the tuners and network video storage. (I do not actively use Plex, but also did not see that in the list of applications shown by the TV.) I was able to download and install the needed applications on all my other smart TVs and on my Amazon FireTV sticks. But the applications are not included in the applications accessible with this Samsung TV. I did find information on the web that an application for the HDHomeRun could be downloaded if you set up a developer’s account with Samsung, but the comments around this indicated getting the application to work was problematic. To get past this, I connected an Amazon FireTV Stick to one of the TV’s HDMI ports and I am using that for accessing the Channels application, but that does require the use of a second remote to control the FireTV Stick. I would have rated the TV 5-stars had I been able to directly install the Channels application on the TV.

    The TV is a smart hub for devices that can be managed as part of the Samsung universe of products. I do not have many other devices on my network that qualify, so this feature simply added more time to the setup process from my perspective. The smart hub did ask if I wanted to add my Arlo cameras to the smart hub, which I skipped during setup, and have not subsequently been able to figure out how to add. The smart hub would be a very nice feature if your network has more devices the smart hub can manage.

    As noted above, Samsung TV Plus is a very nice feature, particularly if you are using an OTA rather than cable or satellite TV, as it provides Internet-based access (clean reception) to local channels, as well as many of the major news and entertainment channels. Depending on what you watch, it might allow you to forgo using any of an OTA antenna, satellite TV, or cable TV.

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  2. Simply Adia

    I use my TV mostly for gaming with my Xbox X series, and Switch. I would say 99% of the time as I don’t watch a lot of TV.

    Pros: Easy set up out of the box. The TV is about 55lbs so you could sit it up yourself, but having a second person helps a lot. As soon as you turn the TV on, it walks you through set up.

    Once my Xbox ( I game mostly on my Xbox so most of my review will be about that) was connected, I was prompt by Xbox to change my settings for the new 4K hookup. My previous TV was not 4k.

    The difference is loud! Brighter colors, clearer graphics, better sound! The sound is really top tier and there has been bass in games I never noticed until this TV. It really makes power ups, spells, I mean anything really sound so good!

    The colors are very vivid! Even without messing with the settings, they are gorgeous. There are so many settings where you can adjust the brightness, tone, and contrast. There is a game mode where it optimizes the picture depending on the game and I don’t have to mess with screen settings to fit a game. My previous TV had an issue where sometimes the top tool bar in games was cut out and I had to change some things for that game. And it’s not just the vivid colors, the blacks and whites are so well done as well. There is a game that is all black and white and it just looks so good on the TV now. The one game is a black and white style Japanese game that has a film grain like an old samurai movie. It picks up those details perfectly!

    Getting all of your streaming apps to connect is a breeze as well. I have a Chromecast and it’s almost useless now that the Samsung Hub has about every streaming app I use.

    I like the remote control. It’s very simple. Volume, channel, settings, popular streaming apps (Netflix, Disney, Amazon, and Samsung Plus, which is free!) and it’s rechargeable with a USB-C or solar! You also have access to the remote via your smartphone.

    The controls are easy to change from gaming to whatever else you have hooked up as well.

    The stand doesn’t allow the TV to swivel. I do miss that feature from my older TV but it’s not a dealbreaker for me.

    There are no buttons on the TV for manual input. This isn’t a problem if you lose your remote since you have your phone, but what if you lose both!? If you have smart devices like Google Home or Alexa, you could tell it to turn the TV on and off, but if you don’t have your remote or phone, you wouldn’t be able to control the TV.

    For the small time that I do watch TV shows, the picture is great. I turned off the Picture Clarity setting. It’s the setting that makes everything look like a soap opera. That was the first thing I turned off. There are options to make standard format TV appear HDR. I haven’t noticed anything goofy about it, but like I said, I use this TV mostly for gaming.

    So for me, it’s perfect!

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