Summary: The Samsung 23" LCD HDTV P2370HD is a good looking set. The picture and sound are very good. Auto Channel Select identifies a couple of my channels incorrectly, which means I have to remember to punch in the wrong numbers on this set and that the program information is not available. When I spoke to Samsung representatives, I was told that there is no way to correct the problem.
Summary: I purchased this for use in my RV - Watch TV, DVD And a big pc monitor in one unit. The sound was so poor we had to sit within 5' to hear TV or movies (at MAX volume). Their website had no database of questions, and the owners who wrote with this problem got no reply. I'm with the other fellow - buy a tv, then spend another $50+ to hear it? No way.
Summary: This TV is not our main TV. The only problem that I have with this TV (for our type of use) is the SOUND. I am now looking to buy an external TV sound system for a TV that was suppose to be just for a bedroom. I suggest you do not buy this TV for someone that is older and hard of hearing UNLESS you additionally purchase a sound system for them!
Summary: I need to use HDMI to connect it to the PC, to be able to watch BluRay disks. This requires HDMI connection. Not DVI. Unfortunately, the monitor INSISTS on applying sharpening to HDMI input, and also skews the colors to bluish tint. So I read that I can assign HDMI input as "PC". UNFORTUNATELY, that throws brightness off to like 50%. It's impossible to tune the picture to normal.
Summary: First off, we have a 61" Samsung in the family room that we love, so brand loyalty pulled us to the p2370hd, but so did Cost&&'s incredible price on this TV this month. We were intending to replace a trusty Sony 17" flatscreen mini-monster in the bedroom with this guy, which we've had for a week, and I'm returning it today. Here's why: - Picture just not that great unless on an HDTV station. - Picture not very bright on any station. - Sound is pathetically bad.
Samsung promotes 1080p on a TV with only 1050 capacity
26 November 2009
Summary: Love the styling. Hate what I consider deceptive specs. Samsung labels this TV as being a 1080p. When attaching to a computer via the HDMI port, it appears as a SyncMaster as advertised and suggests 1080 resolution as the setting. This creates a funky offset on hard edges of dialogs, fonts... making the display look crummy. To me this means that the Samsung does NOT have a 1:1 native resolution at all.