The Samsung AU8000 is an entry-level 4k TV that replaces the Samsung TU8000 from 2020. It's a simple model that lacks features like variable refresh rate (VRR) and HDMI 2.1 support, but that's somewhat expected from a budget-friendly option. It has a VA-like panel that performs best in dark rooms because it has a high native contrast ratio, but there's no local dimming feature to improve the black levels. It improves in a few areas compared to its predecessor, including its great reflection handling, so although it doesn't get very bright, it's not a bad choice for a room with a few lights. Sadly, it's not suggested for wide seating arrangements as it has narrow viewing angles that make the image look washed out from the side.
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