Excellent DLP HDTV that beats both Plasma and LCD - Poor Durability
Unoman "Unoman", Amazon
18 September 2009
Summary: This is my second Samsung DLP HDTV. I bought it in February, 2009 and still own it. The colors and resolution are better than the previous DLP that I owned (the earlier on was based on a color wheel, which after 5 years had to be replaced) - this one is LED based which (in theory) should last longer. I also own a Panasonic Plasma (50") and have compared it with the Plasma side-by-side. The Plasma TV has more enhanced colors whereas the Samsung has more natural colors.
Summary: I've had this about ten months now with no trouble of any kind. Hallelujah!!! After reading reviews from people who had problems of all kinds, I was tentative. However, I have been thrilled with this big tv. The picture was great right out of the box. I bought this samsung for the large 67" screen and the samsung name. After watching football on the 67" I find the sheer size and quality of the picture to be truly fantastic.
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: This 67 inch Samsung LED-based DLP TV has been a successful purchase and adds much pleasure to my home theater experience. While it is a physically large piece, it can fit into most settings but does require a minimum seating distance of 9 feet for optimal viewing. The image via Blu Ray Discs is remarkably good, standard broadcast cable TV is passable and most DVD playback is adequate.
Summary: I have had this TV for one week. I set it up myself and am running it with the Samsung HD-P1500 BD player. I love it. Even my wife was very pleased. The only problem is it draws you in, so don't start a movie you don't want to finish. I also use it for my XBOX360. This is a great experience. Incredible detail. I do need to get the settings right for some of the games. This TV tends to have too much detail and shows some of the images a little grainy.
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: Just wanted to give my thoughts on this TV as the reviews where a large part of my buying process, although I have only had the unit for a week. I replaced a 1080i pre-HDMI Mitsubishi 55" projection TV purchased in 2002.Delivery was great(Pilot was the carrier) order on a Thursday evening recieved the following Wednesday afternoon. They allowed my to hook up to make sure not D.O.A. I purchased an Init 65" stand from Best Buy and it fit very well.
Summary: I purchased a just before Christmas because my old trusty 60" rear projection TV sputtered and died. I did some hasty research (money was tight) and looked for a reasonably acceptable replacement. The Samsung HL67A750 was big enough at 67", and it had gotten stellar reviews all over the internet, and I was able to get it for $1999, a lot less expensive for a comparably sized LCD or plasma. Based totally on internet research, I ordered it sight unseen with a local dealer.