Is Samsung struggling to sell its latest TVs?

Bfree4me

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The Recession is here so it only makes sense. First it was the GPUs now TVs. The good news is, in my opinion a 2021 TV Is just as good as a 2022
 

Bfree4me

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Interesting, I am LG from now on though.
I wanted to go LG OLED C1 but went the Samsung route instead. Super Bright, High Contrast and No Chance of Burn in. If my Qn90a is a beast. Then the 2022 QN95B is Hercules. No Dolby Vision, but it it's not necessarily required for awesomeness.
 

jondo278

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This story doesn't really surprise me- the fact that Samsung display advertising on their TV's after warranty expriy is unconcionable conduct. I will never buy another Samsung product simply for this reason. I took my existing Samsung to the landfill once it started showing ads that I couldn't turn off.
 

Audiogod66

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This story doesn't really surprise me- the fact that Samsung display advertising on their TV's after warranty expriy is unconcionable conduct. I will never buy another Samsung product simply for this reason. I took my existing Samsung to the landfill once it started showing ads that I couldn't turn off.
Samsung have for many years had dodgy fail points in their tv products in the power supply section they use a bank of usually 2 cheap capacitors that will fail usually sometime after the warranty period. I have fixed 4 tv all different models from Samsung - installing genuine Panasonic caps cost $2 made these TV's last for years later. I should add my experience with Samsung in Australia are the worst sleaziest company for warranty I have ever dealt with. I think this is starting to catch up with them - my tv failed 7 days outside the warranty and the attitude was tough ****!
 

jondo278

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Completely agree - I've had similar experiences with 2010 era Samsung TV not long out of warranty - although it was a failed switching MOSFET. I foolishly bought another. They fooled me once, but never again.
 
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Audiogod66

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Completely agree - I've had similar experiences with 2010 era Samsung TV not long out of warranty - although it was a failed switching MOSFET. I foolishly bought another. They fooled me once, but never again.
Yes stupidly I did the same however this $4 k tv failed in 3 days ! The seller accepted return no worries - I talked to the warehouse guy 2015 and he showed me the dead pile - anyway I have no Samsung tv since
 

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