Samsung UN85S9AF LCD/LED Ultra HDTV Specs

Video Inputs: HDMI 1.4 (4), component (1, shared), composite video (1, shared), RF (antenna)
Audio Inputs: Analog stereo (1)
Other: RS-232 (AV Control), USB 2.0 (3), Ethernet, Audio Return Channel (with compatible AVR)
Audio Outputs: Digital (TosLink), audio analog (mini-jack), IR
3D Glasses: 4 pair included

Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 78.9 x 64.4 x 2.8 (without stand); 78.9 x 64 x 22.9 (with stand)
Weight (pounds): 151.5 (without stand); 189.2 (with stand)
Price: $40,000

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LordoftheRings's picture

The top part: Too much space between it and the TV's top.

Also, rounded edges would be more attractive.

Yep, I'm just not crazy about that stand's design; not complete to me.

dnoonie's picture

Although the price of this TV is way out of my range it is encouraging to read about such an excellent product. At least we know Samsung understands how to make an excellent product and is willing to put it out there.

Eventually the tech in this TV will find it's way into reasonable priced products...

Thanks for checking it out for us.

David Vaughn's picture
That's got to be the ugliest TV I've seen in years. Who designed the stand? Staples?
dommyluc's picture

I have been reading a lot about the new 4K "P' line from Vizio, and it includes a 70" model with full-array LED backlighting and 64 local dimming zones. Also Internet apps, AC wireless, 960 refresh rate, backlit remote, and a lot of other features. I heard the list price is going to be $2600. I am pretty sure Vizio isn't the only company that knows people aren't going to pay outrageous prices for TVs.Does Samsung honestly believe they can sell that TV for $40K? And I agree with David that the TV is ugly as hell. And how much use is a stand that only tilts up and down? Most people tilt their TVs left and right.
A little off-topic, but something that really steams me: I keep reading reviews of 4K TVs where the writers (from other magazines, of course. The esteemed authors at S&V would not be this dumb. LOL!)say that they cannot see how the TVs are of any use since you would need a huge screen to notice the difference in 4K upconversion, but these same writers rave about 10" tablet displays that have 2560 x 1440 resolution. What's up with that?

kent harrison's picture

For 40.000 dollars I could use it for better thing just too watch tv.