When it comes to TVs, everybody cherishes and desires one that is top of the line. However, on the off chance that top-notch televisions require a tad bit more than what you’re willing to spend, we’ve got an option for you. The Samsung NU8000 is a splendid screen that flaunts a reasonable sticker price. In simpler terms, it will not empty your bank account.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung NU8000 Series.
Once pulled out from its packaging, the Samsung NU8000 is an attractive television set.
It not only has a shiny and sparkling design, but the thing which separates it from all the other TVs in the same range is the absence of a plastic casing all over the sides and the top of the screen, which is something we have seen so far in almost every TV.
This lack of plastic casing makes the NU8000 look extremely minimalistic, which is not a bad look, if we are being honest. We can say that this minimalism has come forth after unmistakably following in the steps of Samsung’s portable division.
This does not mean that the creators have become reckless with the design. We know that they have thoroughly considered the setup procedure all the way, because of the cardboard guards, provided by Samsung, which adhere to the sides and secure the screen and keep away all harm that could come while unpacking.
We even have a T-shaped stand with a removable cover in the back which shrouds wires. An individual can take off the back cover in seconds, wind up the cables in the stand, and emerge clean every single time. Also, in the back, we find a great aluminum finish, around four HDMI ports, an ethernet port, two USB ports and even an RF cable tuner jack.
An incredible upscaling motor is required if you want to take up old SD and HD videos and change them into phenomenal looking 4K, you require an incredible upscaling motor. The good news is that with 1080 resolution, Samsung’s NU8000 does shockingly well. The bad news is the resolution tends to get a tinge darker and somewhat less definite than comparable substance played in HDR/4K.
Old videos don’t appear too grainy, but the darker scenes are not very defined. Still, the NU8000 is remarkable at cleaning up old videos. The TV will suit you when there isn’t a lot of motion and more color than usual on the screen.
The colors, brightness, and contrast of this set are spectacular, but with HDR+, you’ll have to fix the sepia-like tones yourself through Settings.
Contrary to popular belief, 40-watt speakers are not all that great. Sometimes, the bass is so extra, the screen rattles. If the volume is too high, the audios starts crackling, popping and sounds very restricted. Half the time, you can hear audible rattling bass. You might need to work with the EQ.
In our opinion, if you’re buying the NU8000, invest in the 49-inch model, which is available at just $899. Ideal for watching 4K movies and playing games, this is a great choice for some, but not everyone.
When it comes to TVs, everybody cherishes and desires one that is top of the line. However, on the off chance that top-notch televisions require a tad bit more than what you’re willing to spend,...