Summary: It's mid way through 2009. This TV is no longer in production and there are scant few left NIB floating around in dealers inventory. This is the end in a very long run of rear projection TV's, and was the pinnacle of the technology. The absence of a color wheel and a hot expensive to replace lamp was a huge plus - as is the HUGE picture to dollar ratio this set offered. Only Mitsubishi offers a rear projection set anymore, and they never offered an LED lit set like this.
Summary: I am simply amazed by the picture quality of this television. I have several friends who have owned DLP TV's for 4-5 years, and the only problems they encountered had to do with the light bulb, and/or heat from the bulb. Samsung addressed that issue with their Series-7 DLP (Using their new LED-Engine) and at the same time, boosted the contrast ratio from 2500:1 to 10000:1. The result is a phenomenal picture even in a well-lit sunny room.
Summary: At CES 2009 Samsung announced their 2009 lineup and their large, economic DLP sets were not on the list! When questioned at the show about the future of DLP HDTVs, a Samsung rep confirmed 2008 was going to be the last year of new models (67A750 is a 2008 model) and that Samsung would be phasing out 2008 models in 2009 to make way for new LCD and Plasma displays. On hearing this news many of us who had been watching the prices on these sets decided the time was right...
Summary: Stop Shopping folks, THIS IS THE ONE! Read all the reviews you want,throw them out the window, buy this great, 67" Samsung! All you should be interested in at this point is THE RIGHT PRICE, can I get FREE FREIGHT,and no stupid State Sales Tax. Consumers Report has done all the work for you when it comes to Samsung products. Beautiful picture, FAST delivery. I ordered on A Thursday to be delivered by the following Friday, it was here on MONDAY!
Summary: I initially wrote-off the idea of purchasing a DLP TV to replace my 12 year old Toshiba. But the more that I looked at this model (HL67A750), the more I liked what I saw. The LED technology offered extended life vs. the previous technology which required frequent bulb replacement. In addition, the price to size ratio was much more attractive vs. LCD or plasma. The picture quality is outstanding and we love it as a family.
Summary: Big picture for under $2,000. Purchased the tv mostly to play PS3 Games, and watch Blue ray movies. Tv has amazing pictures that would even beat out some Lcd or Plasma TV's. Plus you dont have to replace any bulbs for the life of the T.V. Best of all If you set the T.V. Lamp mode to low. The T.V. uses under 90 watts of power making it a very green choice. Most DLPs This size use Close to 250 Watts. TV has a very bright picture that is easy to see in brightly lit rooms.
Summary: I can't say enough about the quality and flexibility of this set. Pros: - It's big! Really big!!! Sports on this set is like sitting court side or first row/50 yard line. It's amazing. - The price! The amount of square inch screen per dollar blows away LCD and Plasma. Personally, I think the picture is as good, if not better. - Color depth is amazing, especially the blacks. HD DVD and Blu-ray color strength will blow your mind!
Beautiful set and great deal with only minor flaws
Thomas B Goodloe "Berkeley Goodloe", Amazon
8 December 2008
Summary: After several weeks of research I finally settled on this set. I found it has the best combination of tech, size and value (plus some great reviews here on Amazon). Now that I have it installed and hooked up, here are my thoughts: Overall, this set is excellent. Viewing HD is really where this unit shines. With beautiful crisp colors and lines, you really can't ask for a better image. All of my friends are blown away and even my wife likes it!
Summary: I've only had the Samsung HL67A for a few weeks...but no problems thus far. A few comments: - HD Picture is amazing. - Very bright screen, almost too bright (Luckily I can adjust if needed) - Sound is Adequate, but not as good as my old 46" DLP in the bedroom. Definitely you will want surround for Movies. - SD picture is fairly rotten, to be honest. Standard 480p DVDs are great, but the Cox SD signal looks bad. What can you do ?? At 67" everything gets magnified.
Summary: The set arrived several days early, and, being cold in PA on Nov 11th, I was told not to plug in the set until several hours had passed--this from the delivery men, who normally would help set up the set. I waited from the AM delivery until about 9PM, when I was sure the set was warmed up. In the meantime, I had hooked up the Blu-Ray player and HDMI receiver to the set, and all was plugged into an AC line cleaner and conditioner. FINALLY: the moment of TRUTH!