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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello I thinking on buying Samsung UE55NU7172 tv its quite big and in good price, but how this tv image quality is it worth it or better stay away from it?

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2 hours ago, speed258 said:

Hello I thinking on buying Samsung UE55NU7172 tv its quite big and in good price, but how this tv image quality is it worth it or better stay away from it?

not saying its the same one, but its possible, (Samsungs naming scheme across the world changes from place ot place making it a PITA to keep straight), it could this one reviewed by Rtings, which is a good TV for the price.

 

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/nu7100


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1 hour ago, SolarNova said:

not saying its the same one, but its possible, (Samsungs naming scheme across the world changes from place ot place making it a PITA to keep straight), it could this one reviewed by Rtings, which is a good TV for the price.

 

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/nu7100

but image quality since its 55 inch tv meaning that image could have poor quality.

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13 minutes ago, speed258 said:

but image quality since its 55 inch tv meaning that image could have poor quality.

What ?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 hours ago, SolarNova said:

What ?

I have 4K Lg just dont remember exact model its led screen and its 43 inch, image is very nice quality, but since samsung is 55 with same led does image quality suffer or this is nonsense I talking about? :D

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6 hours ago, speed258 said:

I have 4K Lg just dont remember exact model its led screen and its 43 inch, image is very nice quality, but since samsung is 55 with same led does image quality suffer or this is nonsense I talking about? :D

Well it will be an entirly different panel, so its going to perform different, it could be better it could be worse, however the review i linked indicates it (if it is the same one) is good. The only thing i would point out is that while it is a good TV for hte price, it is not the best for gaming as it pixel resposne is rather slow.

 

the only thign u can garuntee will be worse is the PPI (pixels per inch) as your goign from 8.3 million pixels over a 43" screen to 8.3million over a 55" screen, but for normal TV viewing distances this is unlikely to matter.


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