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Testseek.co.uk have collected 85 expert reviews of the Samsung UA75F8000 and the average rating is 87%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Samsung UA75F8000.
 
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The editors liked

  • Faithful colours in Movie mode (average Delta E = 1.9)
  • Good contrast
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  • Virtually no crosstalk in 3D mode
  • Effective motion interpolation (Motion Plus)
  • Two remote controls included
  • One with a touchpad
  • Stunning picture clarity
  • Amazing Smart Portal
  • Android app intergation
  • Impressive blacks and contrast ratio
  • Very good backlight uniformity
  • Reference greyscale and colour after calibration
  • Excellent video processing
  • Comprehensive calibration controls
  • Quad-core processing
  • Well designed and responsive menu system
  • Referen
  • Great looks on and off screen
  • Decent sound
  • Smarter than your average bear
  • Fantastic smart features
  • Natural colour
  • Sharp
  • Defined detail
  • Inky blacks
  • Spectacular in every sense
  • The design is a minimalist triumph
  • User interface is polished
  • Class-leading smart TV system
  • Deep black levels by LED standards
  • Strong
  • Bold colours
  • Decent audio performance
  • Stunning design
  • Outstanding picture quality
  • Sophisticated online features
  • Excellent touchpad remote control
  • Terrific and stable 2D and 3D picture quality
  • Sophisticated Smart UI
  • Picture quality and design are both outstanding
  • Online and multimedia support is prodigious
  • And the interface features some clever touches.
  • Outstanding feature list
  • Superb picture quality from any source
  • Slick operating system
  • Excellent all-round picture quality
  • Unprecedentedly sophisticated and content-rich smart TV system
  • Excellent Black levels for an LED TV
  • Superior brightness and color
  • Most beautifully designed TV of the year
  • Smooth fast-motion video resolution
  • Super-fast user interface

The editors didn't like

  • Glossy screen causes glare
  • Narrow viewing angles
  • Potential for clouding
  • Poor sound quality
  • Voice and gesture controls
  • No effective picture presets
  • Wide stand
  • Occasional stuttering motion
  • Undefeatable frame interpolation with 3D content
  • The 'arc' stand can't be swivelled
  • Iffy voice control
  • Voice and gesture control is gimmicky
  • Expensive
  • Whites could be punchier
  • Picture presets don't get the best out of the TV
  • Motion handling remains an Achilles heel in an artefact sock
  • Gesture control is still little more than a novelty
  • Motion- and voice-control features are still gimmicky
  • 'Crease' across the top and bottom of the display when showing certain images
  • Smart interface can confuse
  • Poor picture presets
  • Gesture/voice controls are unconvincing
  • Very wide stand design
  • Unhelpful picture presets
  • Dark scenes lack a little punch versus the very best local dimming TVs
  • Some aspects of the interface are rather inscrutable
  • Gesture/motion controls don't convince
  • And a moviefriendly picture preset would help
  • Hit and miss voice control
  • Needs wide TV stand
  • Price
  • Picture presets not always helpful
  • Steep learning curve with the Smart TV features/interface
  • Minor backlight inconsistency flaws
  • Poor off-axis performance
  • Wide TV stand may limit placement flexibility
  • Remote takes getting used to

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  Published: 2014-01-23, review by: itreviews.com

  • The Samsung UNF8000 series of LED backlit HDTVs offer solid performance and loads of features in a beautiful streamlined cabinet, but its black levels are mediocre and its ports are awkwardly placed....

 
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  Published: 2013-10-07, Author: John Archer , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Excellent all-round picture quality, Stunning design, Unprecedentedly sophisticated and content-rich smart TV system
  • Picture presets not always helpful, Steep learning curve with the Smart TV features/interface, Minor backlight inconsistency flaws
  • Basically the Samsung UE65F8000 gives you all of Samsung's top-end 2013 LCD picture quality on a bigger scale than we've seen it before. Which is pretty much all the incentive required to try and rustle up the £2,650 Asking price.SEE ALSO: Best TVs round-...

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  Published: 2013-09-23, Author: Caleb Denison , review by: Digitaltrends.com

  • Excellent Black levels for an LED TV, Superior brightness and color, Most beautifully designed TV of the year, Smooth fast-motion video resolution, Super-fast user interface
  • Poor off-axis performance, Wide TV stand may limit placement flexibility, Remote takes getting used to
  • Any minor quirks associated with Samsung's ultra-rich Smart TV interface should be considered a by-product of aggressive efforts at improving the Smart TV experience. Future iterations will likely be even more refined, and that's exciting to think about...

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  Published: 2013-09-12, review by: whathifi.com

  • Fantastic smart features, Natural colour, Sharp, defined detail, Inky blacks
  • Voice and gesture control is gimmicky, Expensive, Whites could be punchier
  • We really like the Samsung: it's a cutting-edge set with improved smart features, a friendlier user experience, and a definite step up in both sound and picture performance. But it's not flawless: the motion and voice controls are far from perfect, and...

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  Published: 2013-09-07, Author: John Archer , review by: homecinemachoice.com

  • Terrific and stable 2D and 3D picture quality, sophisticated Smart UI
  • Unhelpful picture presets, dark scenes lack a little punch versus the very best local dimming TVs

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  Published: 2013-08-12, Author: Pierre-Jean Alzieu Vincent Alzieu , review by: digitalversus.com

  • Faithful colours in Movie mode (average Delta E = 1.9), Good contrast: 1,870:1, Virtually no crosstalk in 3D mode, Effective motion interpolation (Motion Plus), Two remote controls included, one with a touchpad
  • Glossy screen causes glare, Narrow viewing angles, Potential for clouding, Poor sound quality
  • The Samsung F8000 certainly has more bells and whistles than any other TV on the market, from S-Recommendation to voice and motion control. The picture quality, however, is disappointing. We expected more out of a TV like this. Just like the F7000, in ord...

 
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  Published: 2013-08-09, Author: Hunter Skipworth , review by: digitalspy.co.uk

  • So then, the F8000 is a very good TV. We would've like to see a bit more thought gone into its design, to ease cable management.It also takes a bit of setting up to get a really good picture, with Samsung still insisting - as most manufacturers do - in ma...

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  Published: 2013-07-30, review by: gadgetspeak.com

  • Abstract:  For those looking for a large widescreen television, but lack enough space to accommodate the 55-inch UE55F8000 model I reported on recently, the Samsung UE46UF7000 product may be a viable option....

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  Published: 2013-07-05, Author: Mark Hodgkinson , review by: avforums.com

  • Impressive blacks and contrast ratio, Very good backlight uniformity, Reference greyscale and colour after calibration, Excellent video processing, Comprehensive calibration controls, Quad-core processing, Well designed and responsive menu system, Referen
  • Occasional stuttering motion, Undefeatable frame interpolation with 3D content, The 'arc' stand can't be swivelled

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  Published: 2013-07-05, Author: Steve May , review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • Overall, the Samsung UE55F8000 is a high-performance television that barely puts a designer boot wrong. While the more esoteric voice-controlled navigational features still don't entirely convince, the improved usability of its Smart portal, outstanding i...

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