Fall in love with the most pow­er­ful TV - Sam­sung QLED TV Q9F

HWM (Singapore) - - SAMSUNG SPECIAL -

As the liv­ing room cen­tre­piece, your TV shouldn’t con­form to old con­ven­tions. The Sam­sung QLED TV Q9F is the ul­ti­mate union of style and tech­nol­ogy, in­cor­po­rat­ing a min­i­mal­ist, thin and bezel­free frame with the lat­est in dis­play in­no­va­tions. Roll out the red car­pet – the most pow­er­ful TV1 is here.


The Q9F series takes life­like im­agery to new heights with its Di­rect Full Ar­ray back­light­ing. This panel of smart zones pro­vides pris­tine il­lu­mi­na­tion and con­trast, ad­just­ing the back­lights for deeper blacks and purer whites. It also re­duces bloom­ing and halo ef­fects, fur­ther com­ple­ment­ing the HDR Elite2 (pow­ered by HDR 10+ 3) and Ul­tra Black an­tireec­tion tech­nolo­gies built-in. Ev­ery­thing works off Sam­sung’s Quan­tum Dot dis­play, which utilises a pro­pri­etary metal shell for greater colour ac­cu­racy, peak bright­ness of up to 2,000 nits4, and guar­an­teed burn-in5 pro­tec­tion.

All that spec­tac­u­lar im­age qual­ity and clar­ity would be wasted on a poor user congu­ra­tion. Thank­fully, you’ll never have to fuss over the set­tings. Whether you’re watch­ing a col­or­ful pe­riod drama, a ashy live con­cert or some grungy ac­tion ick, the Q Engine pro­ces­sor au­to­mat­i­cally analy­ses scenes to ne-tune the TV’s many fea­tures. This means you’ll al­ways get the best pos­si­ble pre­sen­ta­tion no mat­ter the con­tent, your view­ing an­gle, or the room’s light­ing con­di­tions. Just sit back and en­joy the ride.


We’ve come a long way from the boxy CRT era, but many slim TVs are still teth­ered to an age-old prob­lem: lo­ca­tion. With the Q9F series, you can nally let aes­thet­ics take the lead. The One In­vis­i­ble Con­nec­tion 2.06 in­te­grates all power and data lines into a slim, 5-me­ter in­vis­i­ble ca­ble. In other words, you can sit or mount the TV fur­ther than you nor­mally would, with­out hav­ing to worry about clut­ter of wires trail­ing af­ter it. It sports a beau­ti­fully min­i­mal­ist look with an im­pres­sive No Gap Wall-Mount7 and a Magic Screen8 that seam­lessly blends the panel with your fea­ture wall or liv­ing room space. You can even per­son­alise it fur­ther by dis­play­ing pho­to­graphs, play­ing mu­sic, or get­ting weather up­dates.

Smart de­sign ex­tends to the user ex­pe­ri­ence too. With our en­ter­tain­ment spread across mul­ti­ple de­vices, ev­ery­one knows how tough it can be to keep track of what and where. That con­fu­sion is now a thing of the past, as an Auto De­tec­tion9 func­tion au­to­mat­i­cally recog­nises and la­bels your set-top box, gam­ing con­soles, and any other me­dia de­vices con­nected to the TV. For­get surng through in­puts to nd the source you want. The best part? You can man­age them all with just One Re­mote Con­trol10.

Power, con­ve­nience, and im­mac­u­late form – get ready to fall in love with the TV all over again.

1 Com­pared with 2017 Sam­sung QLED TVs. 2 Ap­pli­ca­ble to the QLED Q9F series. 3 The HDR10+ certica­tion may vary by TV model and is only avail­able on HDR10+ con­tent. 4 Peak bright­ness may vary by model and size of the TV.

5 Burn-in is a per­ma­nent de­fect in ar­eas of a TV dis­play that can be caused by cu­mu­la­tive ef­fects of dis­play­ing the same im­age or scene for long pe­ri­ods of time, some­times even as lit­tle as one hour. 100% Guar­an­teed against burn-in for con­ven­tional TV view­ing con­di­tions and not ap­pli­ca­ble for com­mer­cial use. 6 The ‘One In­vis­i­ble Con­nec­tion 2.0’ refers to a sin­gle, trans­par­ent op­ti­cal ca­ble con­nected to the One Con­nect Box. This in­cludes the TV power in­te­grat­ing ex­ter­nal de­vice ca­bles but not ca­bles con­nected to other de­vices such as a sound bar.

7 No Gap Wall-mount: Mea­sured from rear end of the TV, the gap may dif­fer based on the in­stal­la­tion and wall type. 8 The Magic Screen back­ground set­ting fea­ture may vary de­pend­ing on the en­vi­ron­ment where the TV is in­stalled, in­clud­ing but not lim­ited to wall de­signs, pat­terns, and/or col­ors. 9 Sub­ject to de­vice com­pat­i­bil­ity. 10 Sub­ject to de­vice com­pat­i­bil­ity. De­sign of the One Re­mote Con­trol varies by TV model.

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