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Samsung - 65" Class (64-1/2" Diag.) - LED - 4K Ultra HD TV (2160p) - 120Hz - Smart - 3D - HDTV

Learn more about Magnolia Premium Installation This Samsung UN65F9000AFXZA HDTV features 3D technology and a 4K, Ultra HD display. To build a complete 3D home theater system, we recommend you purchase a 3D Blu-ray player, high-speed HDMI cable and an A/V receiver that is compatible with 3D products.
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Questions & Answers for Samsung - 65" Class (64-1/2" Diag.) - LED - 4K Ultra HD TV (2160p) - 120Hz - Smart - 3D - HDTV

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Sonos

Does anyone use this with Sonos Playbar?
6 months ago
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This television can be connected with a great number of different audio or home theater systems.

If you have a specific question regarding the connection, or the TV, please post back with more information and we'll be happy to assist.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr.Samsung
6 months ago
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Do I need to buy a keyboard?

I would assume that a Samsung wireless keyboard is strongly recommended. Does this TV come with one? If not which one works with this TV? How much does it cost?
 
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8 months ago
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Samsung VG-KBD2000 Wireless Keyboard

This the best matched model for Samsung Smart TVs. I own this keyboard with my UN65F9000 UHDTV.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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The key board is a $99 extra that is made by Samsung for this TV
8 months ago
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usb 2.0 vs usb 3.0

why use usb 2.0 instead of 3 which is faster and provide 5gbites?
9 months ago
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Those are the specification that are offered for this model. For most applications, streaming and transfer, that's a fast data rate. HDMI, Bluetooth and other options are also available.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung televisions.

--Mr.Samsung
6 months ago
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4k

If I have directv and they only produce 1080p how am I going to get 4k through the tv if what I'm putting only 1080p thru it. I currently have the 8000 series led 65 inch that has 240 hz and I have problems watching sports or anything that's fast moving it skips or is slow with this tv only 120 hz am I going to have problems with this one as well
9 months ago
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the tv internally upscales 1080 to 4k to fit the screen. while the picture isn't as good as a native 4k source it still looks very good and better the 1080.
I watched a bunch of high speed motion on this set and noticed very little blur. It was explained to me (true or not, I don't know) that the switching frequency isn't the same as a 1080 set. Meaning you cant compare the two. Kinda like contrast ratios between manufactures I guess.
9 months ago
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The 4K signal will be upconverted by the processor and electronics in the television to give you the best picture possible.

We can't determine what your experience will be based on what you've typed, but the 4K technology is designed to offer a clear smooth picture, and we don't think you'll be disappointed.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung televisions.

--Mr. Samsung
9 months ago
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HDMI 2.0

I am very interested in this tv and am ready to buy today. When will this TV be available with at least one HDMI 2.0 port?
 
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10 months ago
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Samsung sent me an email after this question "The TV's HDMI ports are 2.0 version which support 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) resolution". So unless Samsung has people ansering their email that dont know their product, this TV already has them as of now. The quote is a copy and paste from the email. So if the samsung rep. that posted earlier sees this and it is wrong please explain. Below is how the email ended just incase sceptical.
Thank you for being a Samsung Customer!
SamsungOnline Support

Kind regards,

Angelina
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SAMSUNG Customer Support Center
Our Customer Support Team lovesfeedback! Share your thoughts on this response by completing the survey at the bottom of this page.
9 months ago
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HDMI 2.0 is approved (9/2013) and under development by the manufacturers. The One Connect has to be upgraded. I've heard $150 US. I also didn't hear that anyone released any HDMI 2.0 devices at CES 2014 yet.
9 months ago
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I was told by the Best But associate and Samsung rep. that it already had it. I have an email into Samsung to see if this is true.
9 months ago
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The Samsung has USB 2.0 ports now.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr. Samsung
10 months ago
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Can I plug this in a 220 watt electrical outlet, or does this TV have auto voltage capability

TV adjusts automatically to any electrical outlet source
10 months ago
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Samsung televisions sold in the United States support the 120v standard only.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung televisions.

--Mr. Samsung
10 months ago
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Internet

Can you surf the Internet. And do your e mails and Internet work
10 months ago
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You can browse web-pages. You can visit email pages also, but "Internet Work" is a very broad term.

There are some cases when connecting your computer to the TV and using a wireless keyboard and mouse may be the better answer for heavy Internet and computer use.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung televisions.

--Mr. Samsung
10 months ago
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Warranty?

11 months ago
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1 year parts & labor
11 months ago
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The warranty for a new UN65F9000 television is 1 year parts and labor.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung televisions.

--Mr.Samsung
11 months ago
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Can the UN65F9000 be wall mounted?

11 months ago
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Yes
11 months ago
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The UN65F9000 can be wall-mounded.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung televisions.

--Mr.Samsung
11 months ago
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120HZ

To claim that anything more than 120HZ is prohibitive is a bit of a stretch when LG already offers a 65 inch Ultra HD set with 240 HZ, admittedly I do prefer the Samsung brand. Lets get with it!
11 months ago
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We don't comment on other manufacturers. What you said may be true, however, we stand behind our technology and believe it has a compelling story, and there may be other models that are released soon that will have the specs you're looking for. That said, we should have been more specific in that we comment only on our products.

As for today, we have a great product offering that rivals other manufacturers. We're glad you're considering the Samsung UHD televisions, and hope we can earn your business.

--Mr.Samsung
11 months ago
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