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On 11/11/2019 at 11:41 AM, GarryP said:

Probably many more people are buying Samsung, so with that much larger number of purchases, you are certainly going to get a larger number of complaints (unless the product is perfect, which is highly unlikely of any brand). It would be interesting to compare purchaser experience on a percentage scale for a full range of electrical/electronic products. I think that would give a more accurate picture.  

Exactly. Never had a problem with any Samsung I own, ever, in 11 years living here.  As Samsung is a major builder of Apples I'd think that shows a story.

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No way I want a voice activated TV remote, it's annoying enough listening to the Mrs talking to google on the phone, talking to the the telly as well would be too much

Yep, my 64 inch Samsung gave up the ghost after only 3 or 4 years. Was bloody expensive as well.   At that price and with a 3 year warranty, you can't really go wrong.

It's amazing how TV prices have dropped recently. Saw this 65in TV in Powerbuy for under 15k. Even if it only last 2-3 years a great buy. I cry when i think what i paid 4-5 years ago.

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

A question for those that have UHD and 4K Tv's, 

where do you find the content that you can view

in UHD and 4K ?, 

regards worgeordie

I've noticed that the UHD symbol pops up sometimes on some Netflix shows.  You have to have the 420 baht per month plan.  A couple of nature documentaries were amazing, but in general I don't notice much of a difference.  

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1 hour ago, BobBKK said:

Exactly. Never had a problem with any Samsung I own, ever, in 11 years living here.  As Samsung is a major builder of Apples I'd think that shows a story.

One swallow does not a summer make.

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

A question for those that have UHD and 4K Tv's, 

where do you find the content that you can view

in UHD and 4K ?, 

regards worgeordie

You can find many 4K and HD videos on YouTube. I like documentary and travel reports. If I render 4K videos to 3D on my 65" LG TV they look great. Rendering of HD to 3D is okay but not so good. I also have a 3D Blue Ray player and a 3D photo camera and record also videos in 4K. So enough sources to justify a 4K TV at least for me. I also get a lot of HD contents from German TV stations and this here in Thailand. 

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On 11/17/2019 at 9:25 AM, giddyup said:

One swallow does not a summer make.

 

opinion indeed and one doth not as fact make and determine success buyers do

 

Yoda

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1 minute ago, Beggar said:

If you want to connect headphones look that you can plug them in. Many TVs don't provide this. Don't mix this up with Audio Out. There you normally can't adjust the volume. 

No problem if you use Bluetooth.

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3 minutes ago, Beggar said:

If you want to connect headphones look that you can plug them in. Many TVs don't provide this. Don't mix this up with Audio Out. There you normally can't adjust the volume. 

Can't imagine that many people using headphones that aren't wireless these days.

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1 minute ago, Beggar said:

But then you need a TV that supports Bluetooth and headphones that support Bluetooth. 

Correct. I have Bluetooth headphones and a Bluetooth soundbar. They connect.

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