Samsung’s Super Expensive TVs and Projectors Get a Huge Sale at Amazon

People watching a film with the Samsung Premiere projector.
Samsung

A new Samsung sale takes up to 18% off the company’s high-end TVs and projectors, including the excellent Premiere Projector with a built-in 4.2 channel sound system. If you’re on the lookout for a premium TV or projector, now’s the time to pull out your wallet.

Samsung’s Premiere Projector is an ultra-short throw model with 4K UHD video and built-in Tizen smart TV software. It shines at 2,200 lumens and casts a 120-inch or 130-inch image, depending on which model you buy.

One of the Premiere Projector’s most interesting features is its built-in sound system. The 120-inch model, brought down from $3,500 to $2,998, has a 2.2 channel sound system and subwoofer (it’s the better option if you already have a sound system or soundbar). The larger 130-inch model has a 4.2 channel system with a subwoofer and is down to $5,498 from $6,500.

Looking for a TV? Most models of Samsung’s Q60A and Q60T-series TVs (60-inch to 85-inch) are on sale today for up to $500 in savings—perfect for anyone who wants a big 4K HDR QLED set to rule their living room. And if you need an outdoor TV, all models of Samsung’s “The Terrace” outdoor 4K HDR QLED TV are discounted during this sale for a maximum of $1,000 in savings.

Samsung’s TV and projector sale won’t last long, so don’t sleep on it. Keep in mind that Amazon has financing options for most high-ticket items.

SAMSUNG 120" The Premiere Projector - 4K UHD Smart TV 2.2Ch Sound System with Alexa Built-in (SP-LSP7TFAXZA, 2020 Model)

Samsung's ultra-short throw Premiere Projector shines a 4K image at 2,200 lumens. It runs on Samsung's smart TV software and has a built-in 2.2 channel or 2.4 channel sound system with a subwoofer.

SAMSUNG 82-inch Class QLED Q60T Series - 4K UHD Dual LED Quantum HDR Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN82Q60TAFXZA, 2020 Model)

Samsung's excellent Q60T and Q60A TVs pack a 4K UHD panel with HDR support. Order one now and save up to $500.

Source: Samsung via Engadget

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