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Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« on: 15 March 2015, 06:27:51 PM »

Great review:

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/ue65js9000-201503154027.htm

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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #2 on: 18 March 2015, 09:31:39 PM »
Yes, a great review, as always :) But perhaps not as... In-depth as they usually are..? I seemed to sort of miss some more info about where the TV's performance lies in comparison to what has already been seen (by both PDP's and LCD's).

Yes, I read the comparison between Life of Pi BD/ZT60 vs HDR/JS9000, however that wasn't really very "informative" other than that that particular clip looked much better in HDR on the JS9000 than the BD version on the ZT60...

How does the TV stack up (under dim lighting) with non-HDR content? Particularly during darker scenes and darker scenes with bright areas (star field).

It seems safe to say that any decent HDR display has the potential to look better than any non-HDR display during bright scenes, even if there is no increased light output (seriously, I am not interested in anything brighter than this VT60 for a dark room. I don't even push it to it's max.) because of the added detail... But how does this TV stack up in dark scenes during HDR playback, against what has been done before (again, PDP and LCD)? Yes, more gradations, but what about the actual depth of the black level performance during dark scenes? :)

I would also like to hear about these things regarding the JS9500... Not that I'll ever be buying LCD over OLED unless there's a miracle, but it is interesting following the tech's development.

Still a great review, though, Vincent - thanks! ;) I just fancied some more comparison or something to sort of get a better understanding of their performances, since these two (JS9500 and JS9000) are a bit novel, and we are slowly but surely making the transition into UHD. (I get that the clever implementation of the dimming (at least on the JS9500) makes it more difficult to be very concrete in any descriptions, though :))
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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #3 on: 20 March 2015, 10:57:57 AM »
Bump :)
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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #4 on: 20 March 2015, 07:34:38 PM »
Sharp forum ?

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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #5 on: 20 March 2015, 07:45:06 PM »
OOPS :rofl:

Mods please move to correct forum. :-[

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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #6 on: 20 March 2015, 08:52:40 PM »
Sharp forum ?
Sharp Elite...

PS 4 Setem : grats on your new jsfriend.
Haha, so you have been lurking in the comments section, have you? ;D
Well, you know it just got on my tits as they say...

However, I appreciate the fact that the guy was honest in his previous comment at least.




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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #7 on: 20 March 2015, 09:18:12 PM »
I knew there had to be something wrong when someone in Europe created a new thread in the Sharp forum!
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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #8 on: 20 March 2015, 09:26:10 PM »
I knew there had to be something wrong when someone in Europe created a new thread in the Sharp forum!

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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #9 on: 20 March 2015, 09:46:15 PM »
I knew there had to be something wrong when someone in Europe created a new thread in the Sharp forum!

 ;D
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

At least Orso has a sharp mind (oh, pun intended!) - I didn't even notice! :P


Mods please move to correct forum. :-[
What mods? :P
"I'll show you moderating!", David exclaimed and moderated the shit out of it all, moving the misplaced thread into the correct... Place. :chin: Tele was happy. His blunder had been rectified :clap: "All hail David - our mod in shining armour!" :worthy:


(If he's any good he'll know to move this to the funny thread :-* :P)
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Re: Samsung UE65JS9000 Review.
« Reply #10 on: 24 March 2015, 04:03:47 PM »
Yes, a great review, as always :) But perhaps not as... In-depth as they usually are..? I seemed to sort of miss some more info about where the TV's performance lies in comparison to what has already been seen (by both PDP's and LCD's).

Yes, I read the comparison between Life of Pi BD/ZT60 vs HDR/JS9000, however that wasn't really very "informative" other than that that particular clip looked much better in HDR on the JS9000 than the BD version on the ZT60...

How does the TV stack up (under dim lighting) with non-HDR content? Particularly during darker scenes and darker scenes with bright areas (star field).

It seems safe to say that any decent HDR display has the potential to look better than any non-HDR display during bright scenes, even if there is no increased light output (seriously, I am not interested in anything brighter than this VT60 for a dark room. I don't even push it to it's max.) because of the added detail... But how does this TV stack up in dark scenes during HDR playback, against what has been done before (again, PDP and LCD)? Yes, more gradations, but what about the actual depth of the black level performance during dark scenes? :)

I would also like to hear about these things regarding the JS9500... Not that I'll ever be buying LCD over OLED unless there's a miracle, but it is interesting following the tech's development.

Still a great review, though, Vincent - thanks! ;) I just fancied some more comparison or something to sort of get a better understanding of their performances, since these two (JS9500 and JS9000) are a bit novel, and we are slowly but surely making the transition into UHD. (I get that the clever implementation of the dimming (at least on the JS9500) makes it more difficult to be very concrete in any descriptions, though :))
Bump :)
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