Plezzz help ,which 4k/3D/TV gonna choice



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SatelliteGuys Pro
Nov 12, 2008
San Francisco
CAN u guys help me out i really confuse between these 2 models wanna buy this on blk Friday or around XMAS wanna see how much price drops on both between
Sony XBR75X850C 75-inch 4K Utral HD/3D smart LED TV and
Samsung UN75JU7100 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV
If u guys saw and compared these 2 ..please let me know which the BEST in everything & quality
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Aug 12, 2009
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What i heard Sony TVS is darker ..i mean in pic contrast ...BUT Samsung is more brighter and VIVID rich pop out in colors & sharper that true?

I think they have a similar picture when they are both calibrated properly. I can make my Sony just as vivid as the Samsung, but I prefer a more " Cinematic " picture vs. one more PC-like. I chose the Sony 850c over the JU7100 ( 75" ) because the Sony had Nano Crystals, better PC performance, full backlight, HDR, AND $900 cheaper. I couldn't care less about live sports performance but the Sony DOES have a "Football" mode. I can't stand Sony as a company but, in this case, they make a better TV at this size and price-point over Samsung.


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Aug 2, 2014
Sony as a monitor for sure! Samsung if you have deep feelings for the color yellow.


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The Sony is better in almost everything except it is not great in a brighter room. It is decidedly darker, you can see it in any showroom, even after playing with the settings. The led's literally are not as bright as most other sets.
But that isn't the whole story. With very little 4K material around for awhile upconverting becomes very important. Sony is the best at that, again you can see it if you look in the stores especially at faces. Side by side the Sony outdoes Samsung if you look at a channel like HGTV from cable. I found LG to be closer to Sony.

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