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Best TV 2016: Best 49, 55 and 65-inch+ TVs

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Samsung UE65KS9500

8 / 12

Reviewed by John Archer

04 August 2016

Samsung UE65KS9500

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Key features:

  • Local dimming
  • Native 4K resolution
  • HDR playback
  • HDR+ upscaling of standard dynamic range content
  • 65-inch LCD TV with direct LED lighting
  • Manufacturer: Samsung
The UE65KS9500 is Samsung’s flagship 65-inch TV for 2016. It’s chock-full of headline-grabbing features: an unprecedented, HDR-friendly peak brightness of 1,400 nits, a direct backlight system with local dimming, quantum dot colours, a curved screen, and it delivers the best picture quality that we've ever seen.

Samsung’s genuinely ground-breaking LCD panel combines its immense brightness potential with a vast colour range and a spectacular talent for bringing out a 4K Blu-ray's extra detail and sharpness. It sounds good, too. Its speakers project sound cleanly and aggressively for some distance beyond the confines of the TV’s chassis, building a wide, deep, but also convincingly cohesive soundstage that really immerses you in the world of the film or TV show you’re watching.

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The price of the Samsung UE65KS9500 when we tested it was £3,800

Our Score:

9

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Matthew Bunton

December 4, 2015, 4:11 pm

My vote would go to the Curry's exclusive PANASONIC
VIERA TX-40CX700B+.

A fantastic 40" 4K tv. It has a Firefox interface which is quick and supports Netflix and Amazon in Ultra HD.

I mostly use mine as a 4K PC monitor as it supports 4K over HDMI 2.0 at 60hz and 444 chroma. I tried many monitors including the newer G-sync 144 hz models and nothing compares to the Panasonic's image quality and colours. Input lag is 25ms using Leo Bodner test, as I am not a competative gamer this is fast enough for me.

I have paired mine with 2 x Evga GTX 980 ti classified cards and at 4K 60fps gaming has a new lease of life. I now couldn't go back to anything less than 4k.

It is easily the best television/monitor I have ever owned and I managed to pick mine up for just over £500 with a 5 year Panasonic warranty.

Murray Snudge

December 31, 2015, 4:52 pm

Samsung UE48JU7500 - 'a severe amount of motion blur' and you score it 9/10?

kobraaaa

February 1, 2016, 1:35 am

Nobody talks about customer service or warranty's? What good as a phone, if it dies before the warranty is up and stuff like this : http://globalnews.ca/news/1026... happens? Samsung has even paid cnet to do new reviews on products they already have done so on : http://www.businessinsider.com... and then do stuff like this http://www.idownloadblog.com/2... and this http://www.businessinsider.com... . Simply Google, Samsung Customer Service Reviews....The warranty of a TV and customer service, should matter as much, if not more, than the capabilities. I know from experience.

travel_lite

February 26, 2016, 3:13 pm

Excellent point.

An unbiased review of Customer Services is long overdue.

Shant Lola

February 29, 2016, 6:14 pm

I would concur with your appraisal. I recently picked up the Panasonic TX-60CX740E and has great picture quality. Previously had a Panasonic Plasma, but power surge destroyed it.

Before making the purchase, I compared it to several Samsung models including the JS7200, JU7500, and JS8500. In my opinion the Panny came on top. The picture quality is more accurate than the Samsung models and very little motion blur if any.

I would recommend the CX740 or another model in the same range.

joethedocII

April 20, 2016, 3:55 pm

I'm sorry, but WHAT "drop-down menu???"

Lee Martin

June 12, 2016, 2:59 pm

The one in light grey on the edge of the thin box

word-merchant

September 5, 2016, 11:50 am

If your list doesn't contain at least one B&O then it's not a list I've got much time for.

KidRed

September 17, 2016, 4:53 pm

The non-functioning drop down menu in light grey...

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