Very Good Picture and Sound
I was trying to save a few bucks getting a new 32 inch TV and initially bought a Westinghouse UW32SC1W from Costco. What a big mistake! I ended up returning it and getting this Samsung unit instead for a few more dollars. That turned out to be a good move since this one has great picture and decent sound, something missing from the Westinghouse even after 3 days of endless adjustments.
Great TV for the price!
It arrived in excellent shape and had it installed and up and running in a few minutes. Picture quality is excellent and the built in sound system is very good. Not theater quality but still very clear, lots of audio and nice stereo quality and it's light making it easy to move around for cleaning and so on.
I don't know about it's dependability since it's new but my other Samsung DLP projection TV has been running for seven years so I'd expect this new one would be even better.
Smooth Motion Presentation from the CRM feature
Currently the LN40E550 costs around $549 from authorized Internet dealers. It has a lacking feature set overall and the picture is average too, although it is better than most all the off-brand discount competition due to its CNR technology and a stable picture. In the smaller sizes, it might be a decent second or third room TV, but with solid performance over time. Longevity should also be a strong point. It should last for many years as there are not too many moving parts.
Every year, the mantle for "best TV of 20xx" passes between the same companies: Sony had it last year and Panasonic the year before. This time the focus is back on market leader Samsung and the excellent effort it's made in 2011 to produce products that are at least 12 months ahead of its competitors'. While we'll wait to see what the rest of the year can throw at us, it's indisputable that the Series 8 LCD is a truly cutting-edge television with performance at the very heart of it.
Brilliant 2D 1080p set
There's no doubting that $3,500 is a lot to pay for a TV. Samsung has at least attempted to sweeten the deal as much as possible by making the UN55D8000 more than just a dumb screen. The Smart Hub functionality is genuinely useful in places, and while we can't really see ourselves Tweeting from our TV, the YouTube and other streaming service access works well.
Produces a very deep shade of black.
Samsung has continued its tradition for design excellence into 2011 with the UE55D8000. The impossibly slim HDTV is an engineering marvel, and the new thin bezel looks stunning. The extensive calibration menus allow for Greyscale, Gamma and Colour to be tweaked to near perfection, which can result in lifelike, accurate video.
UWB wireless display connection
The Samsung C27A750 is chock-full of new technology, with UWB wireless display connection being the real highlight. But none of it comes cheap, and there are slight limitations to many of the features that we hope will be ironed out in future screens. Given that it costs nearly £500 for a flat-panel that uses TN technology, it isn't good value for money. However, this does show us the way things may go, and should the price fall a little, it may prove an enticing taste of the future.
Very good audio and video.
The Samsung LN46C650 is a dream come true for budget minded buyers who seek solid image quality in a connected HDTV with advanced features. The Samsung LN46C650 is a dream come true for budget minded buyers who seek solid image quality in a connected HDTV with advanced features. Sony's XBR-46HX909 will cost you a lot, but you’ll get very good images and a lot of Internet programming.
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