Samsung's 110-inch 4K Ultra HD TV - the S9000

hodg100

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Big enough for you?

Well at least it solved that mystery and although it's not a standard design, it's hardly earth-shatteringly innovative. Still all that matters is, Samsung’s S9 UHD TV is the biggest 4K TV in existence at 110-inches.

Samsung claims the S9, which features their proprietary up-scaling engine, can up-convert HD or Full-HD to UHD-level picture quality, although that sounds like quite a claim.



The S9 also features Precision Black Pro technology, for deep blacks and 'vivacious' (unusual choice of adjective) whites. They say combining this extremely high contrast ratio and Ultimate Dimming control functionality – which utilizes hundreds blocks of LEDs and precise BLU control – allows for sharp resolutions previously unseen on large format displays.

In addition to picture quality, the S9 combines a powerful sound system with a fast quad-core processor. The S9 comes with 3 way 2.2 channels of 120 watt sound for an audio experience 'six times better than a typical TV'.
 

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zAndy1

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Is it just me who thinks it looks like a blackboard and would be more at home in a classroom, definite marmite job that
 

themagician

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Is it just me who thinks it looks like a blackboard and would be more at home in a classroom, definite marmite job that
No, no it isn't. That is not a nice design.

I would it hope it could be decoupled for wall mounting.
 

vaktmestern

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It looks stupid.. :facepalm:
 

boksbox

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themagician said:
No, no it isn't. That is not a nice design.

I would it hope it could be decoupled for wall mounting.
Bit of an own goal showing that frame, ugly design.
 

vaktmestern

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Its a bloody scuare :laugh: jesus samsung fire that designer
 

Har-One

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Its a bloody scuare :laugh: jesus samsung fire that designer
no do not fire the designer, kill the designer to avoid being recruited by somebody else. :rotfl:
 

arcadeperfect

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So, this is the big announcement from the 'Sung eh? Erm... "wow" :(. I don't want to take anything away from the technological feat made with this TV, but from a design perspective its soooooo lacklusture. No design inspiration or creative flair at all, just a clump of scaffolding oops, I mean a "stand" to hold up an awesome screen :thumbsdow:thumbsdow:thumbsdow

This is purely an engineering exercise from Samsung, which is all well and good I guess - it just could've looked a bit more pleasing to the eye.
 

Insanity202

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zAndy1 said:
Is it just me who thinks it looks like a blackboard and would be more at home in a classroom, definite marmite job that
Its a blackboard alright lol
 

deon444

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I think its the worst looking tv i have ever seen.even if i had the money i would not buy it as it.
 

kingofscotland

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Had to double check the date to make sure this wasn't an April Fool, whilst everyone goes for a true edge to edge tv Samsung come out with this???? Speechless
 

Gadget Freak

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I don't think 'hideous' is too strong a word, in fact it may not do that monstrosity full justice!
 

vaktmestern

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Trying 2 picture what speakers would make this tv look good ... :laugh:getting square imagines atm
 

boksbox

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themagician said:
No, no it isn't. That is not a nice design.

I would it hope it could be decoupled for wall mounting.
Not so sure it can be, I've seen a wall mounted view, with the frame, which contains the speakers
 

boksbox

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I got to see the 85" Samsung 4K TV close up at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the Samsung trailer, the TV can be slid up and down within the frame, which contains and speakers and the camera.
It did look good, very good in fact but they'll need a non frame solution to sell to av enthusiasts.
 

boksbox

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A demented deck chair.
The one I saw was wall mounted so couldn't be tilted so it could on be slid up and down much like an old school blackboard, was easy to move with one finger but in the home (cinema) setting why would you need to move it at all?
 

vaktmestern

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The one I saw was wall mounted so couldn't be tilted so it could on be slid up and down much like an old school blackboard, was easy to move with one finger but in the home (cinema) setting why would you need to move it at all?
To adjust the height of the tv vs ur sitting position :lesson: thats why!
 
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