Enjoy incredible picture crispness and dramatic detail, no matter how big the screen, with 4X the resolution of full HD. Get drawn into the action with our state-of-the-art curved screen that delivers an immersive picture experience with off-angle viewing, making any seat the best seat in the house.

3 thoughts on “Samsung UN65JU6700 Curved 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)

  1. Steve says:

    A lot for the money… Samsung UN65JU6700 65 INCH 4K UHD LED TVI purchased this TV last week and here are my impressions.I had a 60’ LG Plasma prior to this unit. I was looking to stay at the 65” size without spending more than $2500. I looked at this unit as well as the non-curved version (UN65JU6500). For $200 more you get the curved screen and a fancy remote.Curve: I do like the curve. I have a dedicated room “Man Cave” that will allow four people to sit and watch comfortably. We sit about 5 feet from the display. I do feel it gives a bit more of an immersive experience when sitting relatively close and centered. If you are sitting further away within a larger room, it most likely will not give that feeling. I do notice less glare than I did with a flat screen. The curve does say “I am new and special” to any who see it. No one has complained about visual issues from the curvature. My family likes it.Picture: Wow! The…

  2. heatpipe says:

    but I hope this information is useful to those who are looking at this TV for … Finally, an incredible curved 4K TV that’s suitable as a PC monitor for work, gaming, and entertainment! This is far from a complete review, but I hope this information is useful to those who are looking at this TV for similar use. Apologies ahead of time if this information isn’t well organized, as it’s more of a mind dump.I’m using this set solely as a desktop monitor. It’s connected to an Asus STRIX GTX 970, and I can confirm it does so at 4k@60Hz with 4:4:4 chroma subsampling over HDMI. For this to work, you must connect to the HDMI1 port, and must edit the device type in the options menu for the HDMI1 port to ‘PC’. It’s not obvious, but to access the options menu, you must select ‘down’ on the directional keypad when the HDMI source is selected. For anyone interested, I’m using a 6ft length of the Mediabridge HDMI 2.0 cable I purchased at Amazon – http://amzn.com/B0019EHU8GI was worried about input lag, but I can’t detect even the slightest delay. I…

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