Robb Report Malaysia Unboxes The New OLED TVs From Samsung And Its Q-series Soudbar

One of the most interesting advances in the arena of TVs has been the rapid rise of the organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) which signalled a quantum leap in television technology (since the innovation of the flat screen). OLED televisions offer perfect blacks, clean whites and infinite contrast, letting you see all the degrees of colours which are humanly possible. This year’s new Samsung S95C now takes the mantle as one of the best OLED televisions in the market with further improvements over last year’s stellar S95B. 

With the S95C of 2023, Samsung is clearly wasting no time in surging to the top of the OLED television stakes. Its efforts are backed by an incredible track record of being the number one in global TV sales since 2006 – according to market research firm Omdia – an enviable and unbroken 17 years. It is also a five-time recipient of the CES Innovation Awards, CES being the world’s most influential tech event.

For this year’s S95C, the Samsung OLED 4K – we unboxed the 65” model – offers a host of key “Wow” features; the OLED technology driven by its Quantum Dot helps it achieve 100 per cent colour volume over other existing OLEDs in the market. Meanwhile, the Neural Quantum Processor 4K to give you crisp, superior pictures with an unrivalled brightness, the Infinity One Design rooted in its minimalism and a next-level Dolby Atmos experience through its top channel speakers. Some of the most noticeable differences are its higher peak brightness and 144Hz gaming support. What might perhaps prove to be more useful one is the existing SmartThings features, becoming your home butler to manage all manner of other connected devices.

Out of the box, you can plug it in, play a movie, and luxuriate in the smooth, calibrated power of the AI in 4K, with the upscaling of 20 neural networks to enhance depth, apply exceptional colour mapping and boost the brightness. With the combo of the Samsung Soundbar Q-Series Q800C, you can complete the sound circuit, with the Q-Symphony feature ensuring that the S95C’s television speakers continue to be utilised for an immersive theatre experience. 

True 5.1.2ch Sound on this Q800C soundbar means you can expand your sound environment and not worry about cables, with the nifty wireless features – the world’s first Dolby Atmos surround sound connected wirelessly through its side-firing speakers (its dynamic sound also works marvellously for gamers).

The efforts of Samsung’s sound innovation experts means you will also be able to connect with sound quality without any losses, while the SpaceFIt Sound Pro automatically manages the sound for your space, with adaptive sound to intelligently optimise sounds and dialogues on a real-time analysis (and even based on content type).  Just like its television brethren, the Samsung soundbar has remained the global number one in its category for nine consecutive years, which Denny Kim, President of Samsung Malaysia Electronics says: “reflects Samsung’s commitment to innovation, consumer-centric designs and enhanced user experiences.”


Photos and Video: Joshua Chay / The Spacemen

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