Samsung 9 Series QLED Built-In Woofer Television, 75-Inches

Last updated: June 1, 2023


If you're looking for a luxury smart TV with the latest picture technology, look no further than this 4K UHD TV from Samsung. With QLED, it delivers a pristine and true-to-color picture with Quantum dots that can offer billions of shades. In addition to access to all of the latest streaming apps,  the TV's voice-enabled remote also has an ambient mode that allows you to display imagery and play music when not in use.

We looked at the top Televisions and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Television you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: The Samsung Flat QLED 4K UHD 9 TV has the latest-and-greatest QLED 4K UHD TV technology, with true-to-color picture quality.

In our analysis of 49 expert reviews, the Samsung 9 Series QLED Built-In Woofer Television, 75-Inches placed 8th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

More than a billion shades of our most phenomenal quantum color and our best full array backlighting redefine luxury viewing. Exquisite design with clutter-free cabling and Ambient Mode transform TV into a purposeful canvas. *Mount sold separately.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

Q9F is also an outstanding everyday TV, capable of making everything you watch — from streaming dramas on Netflix to cooking shows on cable – look their absolute best. This is not a one-trick pony by any means. The Q9F can do just about anything you want it to, and it does it better than most.
Its picture quality is great, and it gets bright enough for every normal viewing environment. It also has one of the best finishes to combat reflections.
the only other issue I spotted on the Q9F was backlight-related. There was a noticeable lag in darkening some areas on scenes with large areas of black and a bright centered object.
Very good contrast--the difference between the darkest blacks and brightest whites--gave images convincing depth and dimension. The brightness level was good, making it a suitable choice for most rooms.
For normal non-HDR video sources, the Q9F also produces color with excellent accuracy and superb vibrancy but it’s the HDR color parameters of the Q9 which truly leave a stunning impression.
- 4K
It effectively combines the strong brightness and colour of QLED, or Quantum Dot LED, with the deep blacks and almost the lighting precision of OLED.
It’s not just the unprecedented brightness of the QN65Q9F’s peaks that makes an impact on its HDR pictures either. Samsung’s set also excels at delivering details and subtle shading in those ultra-punchy brightness peaks, avoiding pretty much any clipping with even the most extreme real-world HDR content I threw at it.
- Forbes
This TV is surprisingly sturdy—like a thick sheet of metal—and almost uniform in thickness from edge to edge.

What reviewers didn't like

the Q9F still suffers from all the pitfalls associated with an LED/LCD TV. It can’t achieve perfect black the way an OLED can, and in pitch-black home theater rooms, you can see some blooming from the edges and some halos around bright objects.
The Samsung Q9F sounds quite poor, which is unfortunate for a TV of this status.
the only other issue I spotted on the Q9F was backlight-related. There was a noticeable lag in darkening some areas on scenes with large areas of black and a bright centered object.
The optimal seating position for best picture quality is directly in front of this model. When we viewed the TV from the sides, image quality got worse. The picture showed a moderate loss of color, so flesh tones looked a bit washed out, along with a moderate color shift. Black levels visibly brightened, reducing contrast especially on dark scenes.
We briefly need to mention that the native sound quality that the Q9F delivers is particularly bad. We rarely expect the native speakers of any 4K ultra HD TV we review to be particularly exceptional but the Q9F kicks the bucket on this particular feature with below-average quality and even a fairly cheap external sound bar would tremendously improve your audio experience with the Q9F’s sound output.
- 4K
The Samsung Q9FN doesn’t have OLED-levels of viewing flexibility, but you can safely move around up to 40 degrees from centre.
The only problem I found with the voice control system is that it didn’t recognize actual channel names. So, for instance, I couldn’t just ask it to ‘switch to BBC World’. I guess the localization issues involved with trying to cater for broadcast channels were just too much for the system to sensibly handle.
- Forbes
the Q9 passes the gut check, though it doesn't drop jaws too much more than the average high-end 4K TV. Motion procesing during streaming content, Blu-rays, and broadcasts is all on-the-level with other 120 Hz LED TVs, which means only the pickiest frame fanatics will find things to take issue with.
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