When comparing Samsung Q6FN 82" (QN82Q6FN) vs Sony X830F 60" (XBR60X830F), the Slant community recommends Sony X830F 60" (XBR60X830F) for most people. In the question“What are the best TVs?” Sony X830F 60" (XBR60X830F) is ranked 44th while Samsung Q6FN 82" (QN82Q6FN) is ranked 106th. The most important reason people chose Sony X830F 60" (XBR60X830F) is:
The main interface of the Sony X830F doesn't have ads. Additionally, there's a way to opt-out of suggested content on the home screen.
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Pro Excellent dark scene performance
The Samsung Q6FN reproduces some high-quality dark scenes thanks to its high native contrast ratio and great overall uniformity of its blacks. This TV performs on par with the best competitors in its price range when it comes to displaying some inky dark scenes.
The TV's native contrast ratio of 6700:1 ensures that the Q6FN can deliver solid, deep shadows while displaying a dark scene. In its price category, only a few other TVs can reach such performance. Additionally, the blacks don't look washed-out or degraded due to the TV's high black uniformity that measures at the 0.6% standard deviation - something only high-end TVs can offer.
Pro Colorful picture
The Samsung Q6FN delivers substantially more colors than it's equally-priced competitors. It can produce more than 90% of the DCI-P colors while its closest competitors are limited to 85%.
Pro Colors are accurate
The Sony X930F doesn't need calibration because its out-of-the-box color accuracy is very high. The overall color inaccuracy measures at the dE of 2.4. A human eye can not spot such a tiny color inaccuracy.
The main interface of the Samsung Q6FN contains ads and suggested content.
Con Poor HDR capabilities
This TV can not play HDR content properly because the highlights look too dim when the TV is dealing with the HDR content. The panel can't get bright enough to make the highlights pop in the HDR mode.