Samsung has created another well-made 4K TV with good brightness, some great colors and remarkably good contrast and black levels for a line without full HDR technology.
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• Screen size: 54.6 diagonal inches - UN55KU6500 and 64.5 diagonal inches - UN65KU6500 • Smart TV: Tizen OS, Smart Hub, Smart TV with Apps and Full Web Browser • HEVC (H.265) Included: Yes • VP9 Included.
Yes • HD to UHD upscaling: Yes • HDCP 2.2 Compliance: Yes • Refresh Rate: 60Hz native refresh rate (Motion Rate 120Hz) • Screen Lighting: Direct-lit LED backlighting with UHD Dimming • Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160 pixels UHD • Wireless Connectivity: Yes, includes both built-in Wi Fi and Ethernet port • Remotes: Samsung smart button remote • Connectivity: 3 HDMI 2.0a ports, 2 USB ports, 1 Ethernet port, 1 Component, 1 composite, 1 Audio Out, 1 Digital Audio Out • Sound: 40W (20W x 2) Down Firing Down Firing w/bass reflex (2CH) speakers with Dolby Digital Plus • Contrast Ratio: 3,200:1 • Other Display Features: Curved display, Auto Depth Enhancer • Processor: Quad-core • Weight: 37.9 lb. (65 inch model) • Dimensions: 48.9 x 30.7 x 12.2” (55 inch model, with stand) 57.5" x 35.7" x 14.5" (65 inch model, with stand) HDR Premium: Once again, the KU6500 doesn’t offer the same full range of 4K high dynamic technology as its 2016 SUHD cousins with their compatibility to HDR10 standards.
This reduction in connectivity options was an odd choice by the company given last year’s port specs in the comparable JU-Series TVs and it’s unfortunate.
Another thing we noted about the KU6500, which has also been mentioned by other reviewers as well, is a lack of smart remote functionality for the TV.
First of all, the lack of full high dynamic range technology in the entire KU-Series of Samsung TVs sort of works to reduce their value in our eyes.
Yes, these are Samsung’s lower end 2016 4K TVs and the company obviously needs to reserve a major technological edge for their premium SUHD models for this year but they could have still delivered better HDR specs in the KU TVs and the KU6500 as well without going all the way up to the level of the SUHD TVs.First and foremost among the KU6500’s good features are those same technologies we have loved in all of Samsung’s 4K UHD TVs to-date from 2015 to now at least .These include the superb Tizen smart platform, its Smart Hub technology and the company’s high quality display panels which work very well even if they’re not of the premium type we’ve seen in the superb top-shelf SUHD TVs from the brand.In most ways similar to its pricier and somewhat better built KU70 cousins , the KU6500 delivers plenty of value without being too expensive.Thus, with this TV you unfortunately get none of the flashier Samsung display technologies but can still enjoy a robust visual experience that has been slightly enhanced from what we saw in the company’s 2015 4K non-SUHD TVs. Despite a lack of serious HDR specs, this TV doesn’t fail to deliver a very robust and generally very good viewing experience for a reasonable enough price.Apparently, this is a defect that Samsung let slip by because the TV was shipped out to market rather hurriedly after having smart remote inclusion made into one of its features even though the models was programmed more for a conventional button remote.