Samsung TV Guide 2023: Pick Your Perfect Screen (AV)
Samsung TV Guide 2023 is all about navigating the differences between its many models to help make the best choice for your needs. From Neo QLED to OLED, we’ll cover the features and merits of each display to help you make an informed decision.
While all models can produce an excellent image with plenty of detail, the differences in backlight technology mean each TV looks its best under different viewing conditions. For example, if you prefer to watch during the day in a bright room, your needs differ from those with a dedicated home cinema room viewing in dark conditions.
Samsung QLED TVs
Samsung QLED TVs include a Quantum Dot layer that can help improve image quality with bright, vivid colours. Quantum dots are emissive particles that produce coloured light, allowing for a brighter image, increased contrast, and better HDR performance.
They are a great option if you need a TV that can defeat bright environments – like watching during the day or with the lights on. Furthermore, keeping some ambient lighting around can help reduce eye strain while watching.
Samsung Neo QLED TVs
Neo QLED televisions build on the advantages of QLED with Samsung’s Quantum Matrix technology. Using a backlight made up of miniature LEDs 1/40th the size of conventional LED backlights1, Neo QLED provides more precise lighting, high contrast, and a vibrant picture that brings your shows to life
Neo QLED TVs are versatile, providing an outstanding image with vibrant colours in just about any environment. Put simply, Neo QLED is the cutting edge of modern TV technology.
Samsung OLED TVs
Samsung OLED models are powered by Quantum Dot technology and include self-illuminating pixels. That can each individually turn on and off. This makes them some of the most precise displays on the market with perfect blacks and exceptional contrast ratios2.
Samsung OLED TVs look their best in a dark room where the perfect blacks and excellent colour accuracy don’t have to compete with external lights. They are also known for excellent viewing angles, so you’ll have a great view no matter where you’re sitting.
Samsung also offers models to suit an even wider range of viewing situations. Additionally, Samsung’s Freestyle projector is perfect for watching your favourite shows anywhere you can bring it with you.3
The Freestyle Portable Projector is for those looking for a big-screen experience but don’t have the space for it. Plus, it is capable of throwing up to a 100″ image. The Freestyle 2023 is ready to go whenever – and wherever – you are. 4
Unlike traditional projectors, The Freestyle 2023 is quick to set up and will automatically adjust any skewing in the picture thanks to its Auto Levelling feature5. It also has Auto Focus which means when you point the projector at a wall and turn it on, it sets itself up and configures the picture for a sharp, clear image in seconds6.
In depth review of the Freestyle Projector here.
Sound is essential to a home cinematic experience. Samsung has been the market leader in soundbars for the last nine years. Image simulated for illustrative purposes. Soundbar sold separately.
Big screens need cinematic sound
Big TVs need big sound to deliver the best cinematic experience. Consider matching your new TV with a soundbar for rich audio that backs up the action on screen. Many of Samsung’s most popular models feature Q-Symphony7, meaning that when pairing a compatible soundbar and TV, they can work together to produce an even bigger sound. A quality audio setup can enhance your viewing experience.
What model is right for you?
All models offer great features for watching your favourite shows, but tailoring your environment to the TV can bring it to the next level. Here are a few points to consider.
- Adjustable lighting can help reduce glare, with indirect soft lighting helping to improve perceived contrast.
- Placing your furniture carefully to ensure everyone is comfortable and has an optimal viewing angle is key when you’ve got friends or family, and ensure the TV is mounted at eye level to help reduce neck strain.
- Use a calibration tool or service to extract as much visual quality as possible. These optimise picture settings like brightness, contrast, and colour balance.
To find out more about Samsung’s range of TVs, visit https://www.samsung.com/au/tvs/
May this Samsung TV Guide 2023 help you with your next TV upgrade.
- Colour volume testing is capable of producing results greater than 100%. Q-series models produce more than 100% colour volume when tested using the IDMS 1.03b standard and DCI-P3 colour space. Brightness tested at maximum luminance with 10% White Window in HDR. Testing verified by an independent third party. ↩︎
- The normal LEDs indicated above is based on Samsung’s own LED products. Picture quality will vary depending on quality and resolution of source content. ↩︎
- Picture quality may vary depending on quality and resolution of source content and viewing conditions. ↩︎
- Audio quality and performance may vary depending on environmental characteristics (e.g. room size, product placement and ceiling height) and quality of source content. Picture quality is dependent on environmental factors such as wall surface, room brightness, source quality and more. For best results, recommend projecting on a flat white or bright monotone wall in a dark room. ↩︎
- Requires mains connection unless used in conjunction with The Freestyle Battery Base or connected to a compatible battery pack (50W/20V). ↩︎
- Auto Levelling results may vary depending on the angle of projection, surface and distance of wall and lighting conditions. Recommend using on dry and stable surfaces. Please refer to user guide for instructions. ↩︎
- Auto Focus results may vary depending on the quality of source content, angle of projection, surface and distance of wall and lighting conditions. ↩︎
- Samsung Q-Symphony is compatible with all 2021 Neo QLED, QLED & AU8000 Samsung TVs and onwards. Sound effect may vary depending on environmental characteristics (including ceiling). ↩︎