Samsung’s HU900 curved TV’s 65- inch screen can render 4K resolution images and videos with breathtaking picture quality and incredible detail, but chances are you may not have 4K movies available; and this is where you see the technology inside the television set do its magic. An ultra high definition (UHD) upscaler makes sure you have the best possible picture irrespective of the source material. Video CDs from days gone by may not render that well, but play a DVD movie, or your regular standard definition TV channel off a set top box, and you see the magic of the upscaler in action.
The HU900 also support all modern day connection standards, including HEVC, HDM 2.0 and MHL 3.0 for display mirroring from your phone, and even HDCP 2.2.
Samsung uses some cutting-edge technology, from Precision Dimming LEDs—that increase contrast where there are dark areas in a scene—to a Wide Colour Enhancer that puts out colours as accurately and close to the shades they should be. Unlike other TV sets that just use red, green and blue to control images, the HU900 uses magenta, cyan and yellow in addition to offer greater colour depth, and its ultra clear panel absorbs ambient light so that pictures come to life.
The HU900 supports multi link capability for up to four screens; one can mount two TVs side by side or a grid of 2 x 2 to make four TV sets and make the picture larger without compromising picture quality.
Sadly, its sound quality lacks punch. The HU9000 will need a speaker bar or a home theatre system to get better sound and an overall top- notch experience.