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Samsung KS9800 Series HDR LED TV Review

65 in.
78 in.
88 in.

Gorgeous colors and searing brightness: The KS9800 is what HDR should look like.

Credit: Reviewed.com / Lee Neikirk
July 08, 2016
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Series Name KS9800
General Type LED
Screen Size 65 in.
Screen Sizes in Series
  • 65
  • 78
  • 88
Format UHD
Height (with stand) 36 in.
Width 56.8 in.
Depth (with stand) 14.4 in.
Weight 69 lbs.
3D Capable No
LCD Backlighting LED backlit
Local Dimming Yes
Input Ports
  • HDMI
  • Digital Audio
  • USB
Number of HDMI Ports 4
Number of USB Ports 3
Smart Features Yes
HDR 10 Compatible Yes

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