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The best 65" Samsung TVs are some of the best HDTVs, best 3D TVs and SmartTVs available today, not only because 65" televisions qualify as high end models but also since Samsung has been a leading television giant for years. Samsung 3D TVs work on Active 3D technology and come with shutter glasses which display 3D content in its full resolution. The SmartTV features include web browsers that are backed by dual core processors so you can actually use your TV like a computer with 60" screen!

Samsung makes their 65" TVs with Full HD LED backlit LCD panels or Plasma panels with 1080p resolution. The recommended viewing distance to get the best visual experience out of your television is about 11 feet. To check out all the best Samsung 65" TV options, read top reviews and price options, just scroll down.

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Samsung UN F7100

Samsung UN65F7100 65-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Ultra Slim Smart LED HDTV


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Samsung UN F7100
Samsung UN F6300
Samsung UN F9000
Samsung UN F8000
Samsung UN F6400
Samsung UN65F7100 65-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Ultra Slim Smart LED HDTV
Samsung UN65F6300 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim Smart LED HDTV
Samsung UN65F9000 65-In 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV
Samsung UN65F8000 65-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Ultra Slim Smart LED HDTV
Samsung UN65F6400 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Slim Smart LED HDTV
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Release Date
Mar 2013
Mar 2013
Jul 2013
Feb 2013
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Screen Size
65.0 inch
65.0 inch
65.0 inch
65.0 inch
65.0 inch
Digital TV Standard
HDTV Television
HDTV Television
HDTV Television
HDTV Television
HDTV Television
Flat Panel Type
LED TV
LED TV
LED TV
LED TV
LED TV
HDCP Support
HDCP Support
HDCP Support
3D-ready
3D-ready
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3D-ready
3D-ready
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  • Rating Unavailable

    In my opinion this TV looks as good or better than the ES8000 design-wise. A good chunk of dough has also been wiped from the price, so consider this one of my top value pics for 2013/2014. The only thing it gives up from the top model are the micro dimming ultimate, though it still has micro dimming, and it has a dual core processor rather than the quad-core, and no front facing camera.


  • The 55-inch F7100 is not worth $2,499 (though it's available right now for $1,699). While Samsung's Smart Hub (and the cable connectivity therein) is probably the best smart platform on the market, it's still only a smart platform. On one hand, this TV looks great, and is fitted with all of the modern accoutrement you might want with an investment in a new display. Be warned, though: It has a few drawbacks that make me hesitate to praise it further.


  • Within the TV industry, reviewers and hobbyists alike agree on one thing: Plasma TVs produce a better picture than LCDs. And, hand over heart, it's true. However, LCDs like the Samsung F6300 redeem the fickle technology's mass popularity: This TV's picture looks very good, hands down, and its software works with fluid precision.

    If you're in the market for a mid-sized TV, and want the bright light levels of LCD over the ink-black shadows produced by plasmas, the 46-inch F6300 is a great option.

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    The UN55F6300 is strong in value in 2013 in the 60 inch market. By eliminating 3D and micro dimming and sticking with some of the features that matter most, this is a tough model to beat in the mid-level LED TV category.


  • The UN65F8000 (65F8000BF) replaces the UN65ES8000 from 2012 as the top unit in the LED backlit LCD TV lineup for 2013 through early 2014. It includes built in Wifi, built in Web Browser, and Smart TV functions from last year with the addition of a much improved voice interaction and navigation feature for this year. All this is assisted by the new quad-core processor which is a welcome addition to help speed multitasking, browsing, and Smart TV function. 2D to 3D conversion is better than previous, and you also get active 3D viewing.


  • The Samsung UNF6400 offers attractive styling and a full complement of features for the price but is outstripped by rivals for performance.

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    It is a slight step up from the F6300 series below it. The two series are pretty much the same except for 2 major additions in the features department. First there is local dimming, that helps to create a better contrast ratio, and second is the inclusion of active 3D. Those are two big upgrades for such a small step up. This TV is aimed at those looking for a value model that offers a little more than just a nice picture. The difference between this one and the F6800 is the "window" design and the 240Hz refresh rate.