February 6, 2023
Samsung Every CES brings more TVs than you can shake a remote at, and 2023 is no exception. Samsung’s QN95C is one of this years most compelling displays. It is a 4K television with a 144 Hz refresh rate, a slim bezel, and Atmos speakers built in. There are a lot of reasons to love the…

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Every CES brings more TVs than you can shake a remote at, and 2023 is no exception. Samsung’s QN95C is one of this years most compelling displays. It is a 4K television with a 144 Hz refresh rate, a slim bezel, and Atmos speakers built in.

There are a lot of reasons to love the QN95C, but the most standout changes this year are the upgrades to the mini-LEDs and the TV’s dimming zones.

Mini-LED significantly improve on the older LCD designs by creating hundreds or even thousands of dimming zones composed of miniature LEDs placed directly behind the LCD panel. In practice that means individual areas of your screen are capable of adjusting their brightness independently of other regions, allowing for greater contrast. Previous versions of Samsung’s mini-LED technology — Neo QLED — were already impressive, and the QN95C further improves upon the technology by quadrupling the total number of dimming zones.

Samsung has paired their mini-LED technology with AI-assisted high dynamic range (HDR) remastering software. The Samsung QN95C will automatically attempt to remaster standard dynamic range (SDR) content into HDR, improving the contrast between…

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