Excerpt: If you are looking at buying a new TV at the moment then be careful as things can get a bit confusing. As things stand you can currently get a HD ready TV or a Full HD TV. The Full HD Tv will do a 1080 resolution in progresive scan (1080p) whereas a HD ready TV will say (1080i). This may seem a very fractional differance and I admit it is. However this could prove very important depending on what you want the TV for.
Excerpt: The selling point for this Samsung has to be the unique look that it has. A red 'tint' around the frame of the TV is subtle & leaves this TV with something that other TV's can't offer & that's beauty even when switched off. It sits onto an swivelling oval stand & around the back you can easily hide away your cable using the provided cable tidy. All attached & ready out of the box. Switched on & this TV gets even better.
Excerpt: samusung le 40a656 is a nice tv i have one for to year it's nice qty also diffrent feature are on it with wide audio sound its cool for the kids to sit back in relax so be sure to buy one of these in put in your happy home cause there will always be a nice football game on so to enjoy the game you will name a samsung le -40a656 it have 6 reflects of nature's essentials elements.it's inspirational design vokes the depth of the genral of teen to sit down in watch more...
Excerpt: I decided to buy a new TV when I moved house a year and a half ago. My new living room was larger than the old one, so my 32" Sony Bravia was looking smaller than it had before, and I intended to treat myself to the biggest and best mid-range LCD TV I could find. I had a browse around Comet and immediately ruled out those ridiculously huge TVs, reasoning that they probably don't look too bad in a converted barn, loft apartment, or those massive Beverly Hills mansions on...
The best TV Samsung have made to date and easily one of the best on the market
28 October 2009
Excerpt: This is the TV with which Samsung really began to compete on quality with the likes of Sony and Panasonic. For its price and quality this TV was an easy choice to become the centre of my home cinema set-up and it hasnt failed to live up. This TV is also frequently reviewed as being better and cheaper than its Sony and Panasonic rivals and it easily lives up to its promise. Appearance: Wonderfully crisp edges on the well sized/proportioned frame.
Excerpt: Having been blinded by the amount of TV`s currently available, we recently went for this model and have no regrets at all. Was always worried that picture at home would not match that on store demo tapes, but no problems on Sky or Digital TV (Free view built in) and picture quality fantastic. Awaiting delivery of home cinema system now.
what is the difference between this and the LE40A656A ?
2 February 2009
Summary: I bought the LE40A656A a few months ago and can't see any difference between my TV and this one considering the additional cost. Can someone please explain what you get for the extra cost as I find my LE40A656A superb except for the sound which is no more than average.
Summary: Bottom line is nothing else even comes close. Everyone else is saying it's an excellent picture and I really feel they're understating it. I'd suggest you look at it in a store like i did and compare it others-it's unbelievable. Sound sucks pretty bad, like you have it under your pillow. I have my cable box hooked up directly to my surround system and it totally bypasses the tv, and it sounds like God.
Excerpt: I bought this TV a week ago afer reading many reviews on the internet. If you want a top of the range TV then you should go and spend a fortune on a Sony Bravia, but as this is generally going to cost in excess of £1500 most people may not want to spend that on a TV. I looked at this in Curry's not realising my Dad has exactly the same TV and in his words "he hasn't seen a better picture yet on a TV".
Excerpt: I bought this TV a few days ago. Before I decided what television I wanted, I went looking for reviews on the internet. After my search, I was considering if I would buy a Philips or a Samsung. Eventually, I decided to go for the Samsung, because it had many positive reactions. The things I liked about the Samsung were the high contrast 50:000:1 and the 100Hz system. It seemed that the TV in the shop wasn't that big as the one we have in our home.