Art of the deal: Save 33% on Samsung 55-inch The Frame 4K QLED TV
Amazon is now selling Samsung’s 55-inch version The Frame for $997.99. This cleverly designed TV is a full 33% off at an all-time low price.
Samsung has given a major overhaul to its The Frame series for 2022, expanding the size options and adding highly efficient anti-glare screens. The new screen lets you enjoy digital artwork – either a selection of preloaded still images or one of 1,400 digital artworks available for download from the Samsung Art Store.
Beyond that, the Frame 2022 TVs are QLED models with a quantum dot layer that enhances colors and supports HDR10 and HDR10+ high dynamic range formats (no Dolby Vision, alas). They are also compatible with PlayStation 5 and have an HDMI 2.1 input that supports 4K 120Hz video input.
We’re really impressed with Amazon’s current deal on The Frame in all sizes hands-on review Back to early 2022.But this one is for 55 inches and $1,000 off the 75″ model ($1,997.99) is the best Black Friday The Frame deal we’ve seen yet.
HDMI Cheat Sheet: How Many Ports Do You Need and What Cable Is Best?
Matt Bolton – Entertainment Editor in Chief
It doesn’t get talked about much, but one thing you should check out when you’re looking for a bargain is the HDMI port it comes with. HDMI greatly simplifies TV connections in the HD/4K era…aside from all the good intentions, it’s only gotten more complicated over time. So without delving into the technicals, here’s what you need to be aware of.
Vizio’s 65-inch M6-Series TV is just $460 at Target right now
Just a few years ago, buying a fully-featured 65-inch TV for under $500 was unthinkable, but this Black Friday season we’re seeing great deals like this Vizio 65-inch M6-Series TV for $459.99 at Target. 36% off regular price, total savings of $260.
For that low price, you get a QLED TV with quantum dots for enhanced colors and a local dimming backlight for deep blacks. It also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10+ high dynamic range, has built-in AirPlay 2 and built-in Chromecast for streaming, and works with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple’s HomeKit.
Are there any downsides to this deal? The Vizio M6-series TVs have a 60Hz display panel rather than the 120Hz gamers prefer, though the company specs an impressive 10ms of input lag in game mode.This The best 120Hz 4K TVs Games often cost twice as much or more, so this is one area where the series reveals its budget TV nature.
You’ll also get a $25 Target gift card when you take advantage of this deal, so be sure to check it out.
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Tom Power, entertainment reporter
Hulu’s Black Friday 2021 deal is one of the best when it comes to discounts on streaming services — a 12-month subscription to the Disney-owned streamer for a ridiculously low $12.
This year’s deals aren’t great, but Hulu’s 2022 Black Friday deals are This The best streaming deals of the year. Right now, you can buy an ad-based annual subscription for just $1.99 per month, which means you can get one of the best streaming services for less than $24.
Considering the surprisingly good content on Hulu, this is great value for money. This year, we’ve added top movies and TV shows like Prey and Bear to our Best Hulu Movies and Best Hulu Shows lists, and there are plenty of other highly rated offerings available to stream if you sign up for Hulu ASAP.
This Black Friday deal brings Samsung’s stunning projector to $599 — an all-time low
Samsung made a splash in the projector space when it launched the Freestyle in early 2022.You now only need Samsung $599.99saving 25% on one of the most innovative portable models we’ve had our eye on.
Black Friday TV Deals may be the main attraction black friday deals, but we’re also starting to see some nice ones on projectors. Of these, this Samsung deal is the best we’ve seen, and it’s the one that brings Freestyle to its lowest price ever.
Samsung is at the top of our list best portable projector, obsolete the more expensive models.as we do in our freestyle comment, a feature-packed portable device with a built-in Samsung Tizen Smart TV interface, plus auto-calibration features to keep the picture looking great no matter where you set it up. The Freestyle can project up to 100 inches in Full HD, making it perfect for movie night.
What kind of HDR do you need?
Matt Bolton – Entertainment Editor in Chief
HDR is a great addition to the TV world, adding more depth and richness to the colors and contrast of movies and TV shows.but here are Four There are different kinds of HDR, some competing with each other, so it can be unnecessarily confusing when navigating. So let’s keep it simple. First, let’s talk about the two basic types of HDR that any HDR TV includes:
- HDR10: All HDR TVs have this. It’s the basic form of HDR used on Blu-ray or streaming services. simple!
- High-speed rail: This is a form of HDR designed specifically for live broadcasts, such as sporting events. Almost all HDR TVs support it — and very few don’t.
Okay, now for the more complicated ones: Dolby Vision and HDR10+. These are more advanced versions of HDR that allow the way the TV handles dark and bright tones to be adjusted on a scene-by-scene basis, and are designed to better render the original high-quality version of the movie suite straight from the clip. Basically, they look better than regular HDR.
It’s not complicated. To complicate matters, many TVs only support one of the two formats, so you have to choose.
- HDR10+: This format is mostly used on Samsung TVs. It’s rarely supported by streaming services, but content is available from Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV Plus, and some 4K Blu-ray discs.
- Dolby Vision: This is visually slightly more advanced than HDR10+ (though not enough for most people to notice), but more importantly it has better support for streaming services. It’s used on Apple TV Plus, Netflix, Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, and more. TVs from LG, Sony, TCL, Hisense, etc. support it.
As you can see above, Dolby Vision is indeed the winner here — but there are more reasons to choose a TV than just HDR. So what happens if your TV only supports HDR10+ and you watch a movie in Dolby Vision, or vice versa? HDR falls back to the basic HDR10 format. So you still get HDR, just not the more advanced kind – nice and easy. kind of.
Great Gaming TV Deals
2022 is the year that more budget TVs get HDMI 2.1 features like 120Hz display and variable refresh rate (VRR), along with Nvidia G-Sync and FreeSync Premium Pro support. Among them is Samsung’s Q80B series kit, the company’s top-of-the-line QLED model that comes standard with LED backlighting.
in our Samsung Q80B Review, we noted its full suite of gaming features, which includes the company’s new Game Hub, which serves as a gateway to Xbox, Utomik, and Twitch cloud gaming services. Just add a wireless controller and you’re good to go!Other than that, the Q80B offers good overall image quality for this price, which is now $200 off Best Buy Black Friday Dealsbringing the price to $999 for the 65-inch model.
A full-featured Samsung TV for less than 1kW is a deal you don’t see every day, so be sure to check it out.You’ll get better brightness by stepping up to one of Samsung’s mini-LED-backlit Neo QLED models, which sit at the top of our list of the best Samsung TVs, but you’ll also pay more, even for the current black friday deals.
Buying Tip: Do mini-LEDs matter?
Al Griffin – Senior Editor, Television and Audio
LED backlighting in TVs used to be a high-tech feature, but now even mainstream TVs use LED backlighting. Less common is mini-LED backlighting, which uses an array of tiny lights to illuminate the TV’s LCD display panel.
As with quantum dots, different TV brands use different terms to refer to the presence of mini-LED backlights in their sets. Samsung, for example, refers to its mini-LED models as “Neo QLED,” while LG, Sony, TCL, and Hisense all use the term mini-LED.
A key advantage of mini-LED over regular LED TVs is that the lamp modules used in the backlight are smaller, allowing better control over local dimming. During this process, individual modules are grouped into zones and dimmed according to the brightness level of the screen image. For example, LED areas in shadowed parts of the picture will be dimmed or turned off completely, while bright highlight areas get full light.
With the higher density of LED modules distributed on the backlight, mini-LED TVs can also provide higher overall brightness, some TVs such as Samsung QN95B Measured light output is twice or more that of regular LED-lit TVs.The Samsung model is the company’s top-of-the-line Neo QLED offering, but there are more affordable mini-LED TVs like the Hisense U8H series can provide almost as high peak brightness.
The extra light output can be important if you’re going to be watching in a well-lit room — for example, watching sporting events during the day. But it can also help render full highlight detail in HDR sources by reducing the need for tone mapping, the process by which a TV scales a program’s brightness range to fit its maximum light output capabilities.
All in all, mini-LED can make a difference when viewed in a well-lit room, and it also adds a satisfying visual punch when watching movies and TV shows with HDR. It’s a feature you’ll pay extra for, but for some, it’s well worth it.
Don’t Miss This 65″ LG C1 Deal!
Here’s an incredible Black Friday OLED TV deal, especially for gamers and movie buffs.you can get now The 65-inch LG C1 OLED TV is just $1,197 (opens in a new tab)(opens in new tab) On Amazon, this is the lowest price ever.
Amazon listed its previous price as $2,499, which wasn’t correct — that was its launch price. Recently, it was around $1,500, which was its previous low, so we’re still down 20% from its previous high.
The LG C1 is a 2021 model, and we gave it five stars when we reviewed it, and we couldn’t praise it enough for its image quality and future-proof technology. Now there’s a newer version (the LG C2) that improves picture quality even further…but at a higher price. At just $1,200, that puts the LG C1 back on the radar for great value.
Welcome to Black Friday, TV lovers!
The big trading day is here! Thanks for joining us for our live coverage of all the latest Black Friday TV deals.
We’ve been keeping an eye out for deals all month, so we’ve been keeping track of great deals that are still going on, as well as new ones rolling out for Black Friday itself.
Our team of AV experts has been combing through the sales looking for discounts on our top-rated TVs (or the ones we think are big and juicy) Have to introduce them to you), we bring them to you today.
And don’t forget about streaming services! There are some great deals out there too, so we’ll explore those too, and why we think they’re worth buying right now.