SAMSUNG 65-inch Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series - 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (UN65TU8000FXZA, 2020 Model)

SAMSUNG 65-inch Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series

  • CRYSTAL PROCESSOR 4K: This ultra-fast processor transforms everything you watch into stunning 4K.
  • MULTI VOICE: Smart TV with Alexa and Bixby.
  • SMART TV POWERED BY TIZEN: Go beyond Smart TV with next-gen apps, super easy control, and a host of enhancements that elevate the TV watching experience.
  • HDR: Unveils shades of color you can't find on HDTV.
  • CRYSTAL DISPLAY: Experience crystal clear colors that are fine-tuned to deliver a naturally crisp and vivid picture.
  • ALEXA BUILT-IN: Voice control your TV and your day. Just ask Alexa to change the channel, search for movies, play music, control smart home devices, get sports updates and more.

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SAMSUNG 65-inch Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series - 4K UHD HDR Smart TV



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Just got the T.V. today. Took me about 3 hours to setup with a little help from my wife lifting it into place. Since I was paranoid about the Coronavirus, as it came from South Korea, I sprayed the entire box and each part I took out with a light spray of Lysol. I created the Samsung account, and it was pretty easy to setup Netflix, HBO, and Amazon Prime Video accounts. So far the T.V. was doing good for about 6 hours, then suddenly there was internet connection issues. I restarted my gateway, then turned the T.V. off then back on again,


 it connected and started doing some updates. I hope the connection problem, doesn't become an ongoing issue. I just got a new gateway made by Motorola from AT&T just for the new T.V. I will continue to update this review as this T.V. is totally new and people who ordered them are just like me and getting them now. So far it seems decent. I was disappointed that it's only a 60hrz T.V. which I heard is not great for action movies and fast moving images.

 All I care about is that I can watch Curb Your Enthusiasm and that it works consistently and lasts a long time . I figured it might be a good idea to get a decent T.V. to enjoy stuff for my wife and daughter since I think we will pretty much be stuck at home for a couple of years due to a world ending Pandemic. If the internet goes out we have lots of DVD'S. I want to see this T.V. last just as long as my Sony T.V. from 2006 that is still working perfectly today.



 Manufacturers need to make stuff that lasts, because it will help the environment. If a company wants my respect they need to do a way with planned obsolescence. They know how to engineer things to fall Apart right after the warranty expires. They have tons of software that allows them to know exactly how thick to make a plastic part so that it will break after two years. I will give updates as I learn more about this T.V. Especially consistent operation without errors or network connection failures.


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