Samsung 65 Inch BU8500 UHD Crystal 4K Smart TV (2022) - Dynamic Crystal Colour Image With Object Tracking Sound & Alexa Built In, Motion Xceletator Technology & Auto Game Mode With Connected Living

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Samsung 65 Inch BU8500 UHD Crystal 4K Smart TV (2022) - Dynamic Crystal Colour Image With Object Tracking Sound & Alexa Built In, Motion Xceletator Technology & Auto Game Mode With Connected Living

Samsung 65 Inch BU8500 UHD Crystal 4K Smart TV (2022) - Dynamic Crystal Colour Image With Object Tracking Sound & Alexa Built In, Motion Xceletator Technology & Auto Game Mode With Connected Living

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T: This letter represents the type of tuner. Here, T indicates it’s a twin DVB tuner; you may also see U being used, which represents a single DVB tuner. XU: The final two letters are more straightforward and relate to the country code for the TV. XU is used for the UK and EU – you’ll want to think twice about buying a Samsung TV that didn’t end in those two letters. Information about whether the stand can be dismounted. Usually, this is required for wall mounting.

The motion performance is generally good for an LCD TV, with the use of a 50Hz refresh rate making sense in the UK. Importantly, the BU8500 handles films in 24p or games in 60Hz without introducing judder or other issues. Picture Clarity offers frame interpolation options, and while good for fast-paced sports such as football, should be avoided when watching films and TV dramas. Slim chassis, great spec and very agreeable picture performance is all well and good – but when it comes to audio performance, the Samsung BU8500 sounds like an affordable flatscreen TV of the old school. And that’s not necessarily a good thing.

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Adaptive sound has audio scenic intelligence that optimizes sound based on real time scene analysis by content type. A sense of value is absolutely critical to the Samsung BU8500. It exists to make sure that you can get lots of the latest features for a low price, or to give you the chance to upgrade to a larger screen while still keeping within your budget.

The Game mode is bright enough to give a little zing to the tints and reflections of cars in Gran Turismo 7, and the image is colourful enough, but a little more vibrancy would not go amiss. Credit is provided by Novuna Personal Finance, a division of Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The BU8500 also pays the price for its missing Quantum Dot colour system by delivering a colour palette which, while fairly wide-ranging and decently subtle, ultimately feels a little desaturated versus the vibrancy of the TCL. Admittedly the TCL sometimes pushes its colours a little too much, but overall its extra vividness is more engaging than the Samsung’s rather pallid look. This TV’s sense of detail is not forensic, whether it’s peeking into bright or dark tones, and there’s a fuzziness in general: the leather texture and styling of Geralt’s suit in The Witcher seem hazy in their definition. There’s an overall softness that indicates the BU8000 doesn’t offer the sharpest-looking image. Additional compatible webcam or mobile camera required. Sold separately. Available on 2021 & 2022 TVs only

With the best-selling Samsung Smart TV* at your fingertips, it’s never been easier to enjoy TV. Dive into a huge collection of 4K films, TV shows, and all your favourite catch-up TV apps – including Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV, BBC iPlayer and BT Sport** - all in one place at the touch of a button. Discover our easy-to-use Smart Hub platform and spend less time searching, more time watching what you love, with tailored recommendations. Connectivity here is adequate – although next-gen gamers won’t find the specification all that compelling. Three HDMI 2.0 inputs, one of which has eARC compatibility and all of which feature ALLM isn’t too shabby, but it’s not about to exploit all the clever features of a cutting-edge console (for which you'd need HDMI 2.1). The model numbers for 8K Neo QLEDs take the following format: QE65QN900CTXXU, while 4K options add one additional letter – QE55QN95CATXXU, for example.

The extra power is also put to use with improving the upscaling of HD and standard definition content to the screen’s UHD pixel count, and, intriguingly, it powers a new PureColour technology that simplifies the colour processing system while also providing more than seven times as many colour adjustment points as any previous Samsung TV. Resulting, hopefully, in a much more defined and rich colour palette. Este es el mayor hándicap de la Serie 8, que «el enemigo lo tiene en casa». Ellos mismos tienen una mejor opción que son los QLED si puedes estirar el presupuesto o encuentras una oferta interesante. La diferencia entre ambos es palpable y merece mucho la pena invertir en la tecnología Quantum Dots de Samsung. Aún así, Crystal 4K es muy popular porque realmente cumple con todo lo necesario para el día a día y, comparándolo con otras marcas, es muy superior. TD Systems tiene modelos más baratos, pero no nos gustan tanto.

Dimensions, weight and color Information about the dimensions and the weight of the specific model with and without stand as well as the colors, in which it is offered to the market. Width The Samsung BU8500 is a 4K (3,840 x 2,160) HDR smart TV that comes in screen sizes ranging from 43in to 75in. It’s part of Samsung’s entry-level 2022 Crystal UHD range, which sits below its selection of QLED and Neo QLED TVs. Like the rest of the Crystal UHD range, the BU8500 is powered by the South Korean manufacturer’s Crystal 4K Processor. There’s also a nicely nuanced overall feel to most types of image on the BU8500, and while it might not deliver the impact we’d ideally like, at least it tends to keep everything in balance, without the momentary losses of discipline many rivals at this price point – including the impressive TCL – occasionally succumb to. The Samsung BU8500's ports are largely easy to access. (Image credit: Future) Samsung BU8500 review: Features QN: This relates to the range – QN being the company’s Neo QLED range. S represents the QD-OLED range.

Percentage luminance drop at 20 degree vertical angle from the centre of the screen with 100% white output Smart features are provided by Samsung’s Tizen system. It’s the same, all-new version of this system that you get on Samsung’s premium TVs, too, complete with all the key streaming and catch-up apps pretty much anyone could ever want. There’s Samsung’s increasingly curated and therefore increasingly interesting TV Plus roster of all-streamed TV channels too, with the only thing missing being the Freeview Play app for bringing together all the UK’s main terrestrial broadcaster catch-up apps (though these are all available individually). Percentage luminance drop at 35 degree horizontal angle from the centre of the screen with 100% white outputWatch movies in striking picture detail, just as the directors intended. Samsung HDR TV technology uncovers all the finest details, even in the darkest and brightest scenes. Finally, discover what’s lurking in the shadows of a horror movie or witness the true beauty of a sun-lit scene.



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