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    So I've been looking on and off for a new TV for a little while and I think I'm almost ready to upgrade. However, I'm wanting a TV which is at least 80 inches, and there's not much in the way of reviews at this size. I'll have around £5k to spend, although I'll probably be looking to get a new receiver and Sky Q as well to make the most of 4k. If I can control via Alexa that would be a bonus. Anyone got any suggestions?
    Edit. My main uses will be football, as well as shows on Netflix and Sky.
     
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    Samsung 82MU7000 seems like the only reasonable one I can see?

    No TV has control via alexa but you can use a fire TV device to integrate that.
     
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    I saw that before but there's hardly anything about it online. Might have to find somewhere to have a look at it.
     
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    You won't find anything at that kind of size reviewed online, maybe a few 75" reviews but they are usually only for higher end models.

    It will perform similar to the MU7000 at other sizes though, it sits in the mid range which makes it a good TV for motion if you want to use motion enhancements but falls short with HDR as there's no high peak brightness or local dimming.

    Screen uniformity, like any TV is a bit of a lottery though, but I'd be saying the same if you were buying a 32" TV.
     

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