The 75 inches tall SamsungGQ75QN800B relies on QLED technology for its screen. The maximum brightness of 1,500 candelas per square meter is impressive. 8K resolution (7680 x 4320 pixels), high checkerboard contrast (235:1) and very good coverage of the DCI-P3 color space (96%) also ensure a very good image. Moving images are displayed clearly and there are virtually no disturbances or artifacts.
Six speakers and a subwoofer ensure crisp, clear sound. Weaknesses only become noticeable when you crank up the volume to the max. An optical output is available for a home theater experience. Headphones can be connected analog and via Bluetooth. In addition to the three USB ports, there are also four HDMI connections, with HDMI 2.1 being fully and not just partially supported. Gamers get what they pay for here – due to the variable refresh rate. The latency of 10 milliseconds is an absolute maximum value and is not exceeded by any other device in the ranking.
Two tuners are installed each for cable, satellite and DVB-T2, and you can access the Internet via LAN or WLAN. Popular streaming apps like Netflix or Disney+ are pre-installed. As usual with Samsung, format support is not complete: DTS, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision are absent. Depending on the mode, the TV consumes between 224 and 361 watts – not really little.
Our conclusion at the time of the test:
“The Samsung GQ75QN800B is a massive 75-inch TV with 8K resolution. The sharp, super-bright picture quality is particularly effective with colorful content. Sound also comes out cleanly from the six speakers and is well above the volume of the room. The equipment is designed For example, with HDMI 2.1 functions, it is sumptuous, but not surprisingly. As is typical for Samsung, there is no support for Dolby formats. The price of the huge device is reasonable and the hunger for electricity, which is naturally higher than with smaller TVs, is also due to the size in order.”