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Samsung Ua55Ks9000 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateMay 2016
Display diagonal139.7 cm (55")
HD type4K Ultra HD
Display resolution3840 x 2160 pixels
Aspect ratio16:9
Screen shapeCurved
Supported graphics resolutions3840 x 2160
Supported video modes2160p
Dynamic contrast ratio marketing nameMega Contrast
Motion interpolation frequency200 Hz
Display diagonal (metric)138 cm
Built-in speaker(s)
Number of speakers4.1
RMS rated power60 W
Built-in subwoofer
Audio decodersDTS,Dolby Digital
Audio decoding technologiesDolby Digital Plus
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity4
DVI port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
USB 2.0 ports quantity3
Common interface (CI)
Common interface Plus (CI+)
RS-232 ports1
Common interface Plus (CI+) version1.3
Weight & dimensions
Width1226 mm
Depth93.3 mm
Height713.2 mm
Weight17.9 kg
Width (with stand)1226 mm
Depth (with stand)376 mm
Height (with stand)800 mm
Weight with stand20 kg
Power consumption (typical)85 W
Annual energy consumption118 kWh
Energy efficiency classA+
Power consumption (max)210 W
AC input voltage220 - 240
AC input frequency50/60
Ethernet LAN
Wi-Fi Direct
TV tuner
Tuner typeAnalog & digital
Digital signal format systemDVB-T2
Number of tuners2 tuner(s)
Auto channel search
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified
VESA mounting
Smartphone remote support
Colour of productBlack, Silver
High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI)
Local dimming
Subtitles function
Extended PVR
Processor cores4
BD Wise Plus
Ambient lighting
Game mode
Smart TV
Smart TV

Samsung Ua55Ks9000 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-07-05
The figures held up during testing. Even in its Standard picture mode, the KS9000's Quantum Dot display was able to display an impressive 99.6% of the sRGB colour gamut straight out of the box. This fell to 90.3% when I switched to the slightly dimmer Mov...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-09
The UN55KS9000's headline attraction is that it has all the specifications necessary to deliver – on paper, anyway – a genuinely premium high dynamic range experience for a mid-range price.These specifications include a high brightness output of beyond 10...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-21
This 55in TV combines breathtaking design with a superior performance. Certified by the Ultra HD Alliance as meeting the technological demands of premium HDR (High Dynamic Range) images, Samsung's UE55KS9000 employs a Quantum Dot 10-bit panel and edge LED...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-23
An off the bat description of the television: it's beautiful—no bells and whistles, just a minimalist's joy. It is simple yet refined and no piece feels out of place—an economy of space and material. The brushed texture on the back helps make the TV not l...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-18
Strong design, Genuine HDR experience, Good value, Outstanding SDR performanceHDR backlight issues, Color striping with HDR, No 3D support
The UN55KS9000's headline attraction is that it has all the specifications necessary to deliver - on paper, anyway - a genuinely premium high dynamic range experience for a mid-range price.These specifications include a high brightness output of beyond...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-13
Excellent color and brightnes, Svelt, fashionable desig, Smart TV features with smart home potentialFrustratingly minimalist remot, Awkward external connector box
The new breed of 4K Ultra HD sets featuring HDR support are at the top of today's video food chain. Samsung's 55-inch UN55KS9000F ($1,799) is one of the premium sets in that rarefied atmosphere, with picture performance that contends with similar sets fro...
Reviewed on 2016-08-26
Top-notch performance with high resolutions, HDR content looks life-like and natural, Excellent smart TV interface, OneConnect box for easy connectivity, Good looksExpensive, Weak upscaling abilities, Streaming apps are occasionally buggy, Remote buttons are a bit stiff
We're often asked by readers and acquaintances whether it makes sense to buy an affordable television from one of the smaller, less-established brands around. While many of those TVs make a lot of sense if you have a low-budget but want a large, feature-f...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-24
Buy the Samsung UE55KS9000 now from CurrysThe KS9000 is one of Samsung's flagship SUHD TVs for 2016. Available in 49in, 55in, 65in and 78in screen sizes (with respective model numbers of UE49KS9000, UE55KS9000, UE65KS9000 and UE78KS9000), this curved, edg...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Stunning design, 4K resolution, Tizen OS
Gone are the days when TVs used to be just idiot boxes. Modern day televisions are all grown up and are incredibly smart. They not only provide best-in-class viewing experience with their sharp, vivid displays, but also offer a plethora of apps and connec...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-01
Excellent picture, whether in 4K, HD or SD, Smart functionality means 4K and HDR programming is easily available, Stunning looks will grace any living roomLCD tech means occasional slight light-bleed issues, No 3D functionality
There's an awful lot of yearnable new TV tech out there – and, of course, you want it all.We know you do.But not all of us have the four or five grand required for the current Holy Trinity of 21st century telly: 4K, HDR and OLED. Well, those of us with a...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-29
Where TV hardware is concerned, we're seeing a relative wealth of new sets designed to capitalise on HDR's charms. In fact, we even have a sort of blueprint for what a high-performance HDR TV should look like in the form of the Ultra HD Premium specificat...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-21
Over 1,000 nits peak brightness benefits HDR, Wide color gamut enables more lifelike pictures, Sensible Smart Hub design, useful universal remote, Good local dimming performance for an edgelit TV, Black level, reflectance, viewing angles improved vs. pred...Backlight transitions still visible at times, Offaxis viewing image quality can still get better, Doesn't support sidebyside content viewing, Doesn't support Dolby Vision HDR format, Doesn't support 3D (but who cares!?)
While most other TV brands are still fumbling to find a winning formula, Samsung has moved on to better what it's created in 2015. Yes, I'm referring to Samsung's ‘SUHD' TVs, which in simple terms, are the company's highest-end and quantum dot-based 4K TV...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-19
Superb picture, Thumbs up for HDR, Refined Smart HubFixing stand to rear panel, One Connect cable length, Having to send it back
Curved is still the watchword for Samsung's 2016 TV line-up, even if you can get a KS8000 flat version of this, the flagship edge-lit SUHD TV featuring a shopping list of desirable technologies including Quantum Dot tech for a wider colour gamut (basicall...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-06
Bright, vivid HDR capabilities, Stunning picture quality across all sources, well-judged colour palette, Stacks of fine detail, Crisp, sharp edges, Smooth movement, Improved smart TV interfaceBlacks could go deeper, Some backlighting inconsistencies with HDR, Curved screen not for everyone
Despite serving up something of a whitewash in the TV category of the What Hi-Fi? Awards last year, Samsung has rightly decided that 2016 isn't the year to rest on its laurels. With OLED finally gathering traction and production getting cheaper, Samsung...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-01
Great blacks & contrast, Capable of high colour accuracy, HDR looks stunning, Dimming system is mostly effective, Excellent processing, Impressive screen uniformity, Great smart features, Very low input lagDimming system blooms off-axis, Occasional stuttering motion, Doesn't track Rec.2020 well, UK catch-up services missing, No 3D
This 65-inch 4K HDR TV sits near the top of Samsung's SUHD TV range in 2016 – just beneath the recently released KS9500 - and boasts approval as an Ultra HD Alliance Premium TV . In addition to supporting High Dynamic Range , the UE65KS9000 boasts an Ultr...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-01
Truly spectacular HDR pictures, Stunning curved design, Much improved smart interface, Excellent SDR performanceNo 3D support, Backlight striping with HDR, Curved screen is divisive, No 'Evolution Kit' support
Having caught its rivals with their guards down last year with its HDR- and UHD-capable 'SUHD' TVs, Samsung set out this year to make its mark by delivering a startlingly large range of TVs designed to unlock the full potential of the new era of high dyna...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-07
Excellent HDR specs, Superb peak brightness, Some very deep rich blacks, Great smart platform, Physically beautiful, Very good color performanceWeak viewing angles, No 3D support, Lacks USB 3.0, We'd prefer full-array LED backlighting
After releasing several thoroughly reinvented 4K TVs in 2015 in the form of their now famous SUHD lineup, Samsung has continued their new branding choice into 2016 with the next generation of SUHD 4K ultra HD smart TVs with HDR and quantum dot color enhan...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-03
Incredibly bright, dynamic and colourful HDR pictures, Standard dynamic range pictures look brilliant too, Much-improved smart interfaceSome backlight banding with HDR, No 3D support, Curved screen not ideal from wide viewing angles
What is the Samsung UE55KS9000? The 55-inch UHD UE55KS9000 TV is the first model from Samsung's brand-new 2016 range. It boasts a revamped version of Samsung's Tizen-based smart TV system and, for the first time ever in a TV (rather than professional moni...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-24
Please note that Samsung's equivalent edge LED range in the USA is called the KS9500. Somewhat confusingly, in the UK and Europe the Samsung KS9500 refers to the brand's top-end full-array local dimming (FALD) SUHD television whose corresponding model in...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-08
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