Question samsung ue55ju6800, ue55js9000 or sony k55x8509

nugget2014

Well-known Member
which tv is the best for the price? the 55 and 60" 6800 looks tempting as i want a big tv although the picture quality of the js9000 i have heard is very good and the future proofing with better HDR playback. how does the ju6800 hold up to the 9000 and sony?
 

MLR

Well-known Member
The only thing that really put me off the 6800 was the fact it's only a 50hz panel.

No idea on the Sony (didn't bother looking at them as they run Android).

As for the 9000, love mine atm, I bought the Panny cx802 at first, but after 3 of them with different backlight issue's and also some colour issue's, I had it swapped for the 9000.
 

nugget2014

Well-known Member
The only thing that really put me off the 6800 was the fact it's only a 50hz panel.

No idea on the Sony (didn't bother looking at them as they run Android).

As for the 9000, love mine atm, I bought the Panny cx802 at first, but after 3 of them with different backlight issue's and also some colour issue's, I had it swapped for the 9000.

oh! thats poor
 

twingzz2

Novice Member
9000 is a great tv but well over priced. 6800 is a pile of garbage at a high price for what it is. The Sony x8 has HDR at mid range pricing and a amazing picture. Samsung over price there products to pay for the mass advertising in nearly every electronic store I. The country
 

nugget2014

Well-known Member
9000 is a great tv but well over priced. 6800 is a pile of garbage at a high price for what it is. The Sony x8 has HDR at mid range pricing and a amazing picture. Samsung over price there products to pay for the mass advertising in nearly every electronic store I. The country

so the sony is the best option? i have a £200 cashback offer for any 4k sony tv at pcworld knocking it down to 800 then...
 

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