Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN40B750 / LE40B750 / LA40B750
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Sound quality 10
Great TV, great picture, poor app selection
14 February 2013
Excerpt: In terms of the TV itself, I love it. It has great graphics, beautiful colors and many options for device connectivity (2 components, and HDMI and an AV). We have the following components hooked up all at once: a Roku, VCR, DVD player and surround sound system. It's GREAT. Even from the sides you can see the picture perfectly (some TVs get dark if you look from the side). What I don't like about this TV is that Samsung has a poor lineup of apps.
Summary: I bought this TV back in April and wanted to at least 6 months before I gave a review. I bought it for an additional computer monitor and was amazed at the picture quality. Crisp and clean no matter if I am looking at personal pics and movie clips or streaming content from the internet. About 3 weeks ago I was having a football party and took my set out to the garage for the game.
Picture started disappearing on a regular basis after less than 2 years
16 October 2011
Summary: When the TV was less than two years old, the screen started flickering on a regular basis, frequently turning black. The sound would continue. The flicker continued to get worse. Now the screen turns black at least once every day for several hours. Sometimes when I unplug the TV for several hours, the picture will return.
Summary: I love this TV, very sleek and classy looking. Picture quality is very good - excellent. My only complaint is that the buttons on the front-right corner (on/off, volume, channel) are absolutely impossible to see/find unless you have a bright flashlight and put your eyes up close. These buttons are nice to have when you "lose" the remote or want to adjust something up close.
Summary: I purchase a Samsung TV from Amazon September 27th 2009. By January 2011 it no longer worked and can not be fixed. It is a $1,339.84 worth of junk. Do not buy Samsung TV's I have three other friends that followed my lead in buying Samsung junk and now they are all having similiar issues. The warrant is for 12 months, Ha it lastsjust long enough to be out of warranty.
Summary: Ok, this will be my 3rd Samsung lcd in a few weeks. I got two LN40C630s and the first one had a bit of ghosting problems as well as a few dead pixels. Returned and got a replacement from Amazon in which I have to commend them on the fast delivery of the second one. I noticed the colors were a bit washed out on this replacement one, and the ghosting was still there.
Summary: Let me state by saying this tv is stunning in every way. 40 inches, black gloss (shows allot of fingerpints if touched), touch sensative buttons. 3 HDMI ports, USB ports, able to play Divix videos, and MP4 videos from USB ports. LAN port. Has wifi if you buy the optional USB wifi stick. The internet TV works great with youtube, ebay and other wigets, you can dl and install new wigets if you want to like Pandora, Flicker, Amazon video on Demand and so much more.
Summary: Bought the TV on Amazon and had a scheduled delivery (CEVA shipping). The delivery came within my window and the TV arrived in excellent condition. When you account not having to pay tax, shipping or CA recycle this TV is a steal if you can wait for it to be shipped. I've had the TV a few nights now and all I can say is wow. Blu-ray discs look amazing. My friend came over and I showed him Avatar for a few minutes and he couldn't believe how good it looked.
Summary: I did my research before buying this one, did a lot of hands on/eyes on at local electronic stores. I'm not overly tech savy, but learned enough through studying to understand the dots per sq. inch, the Hz and so forth, and realized, that with the way technology is changing, buying a TV that's at the high end of the spectrum would mean it would stay contemporary longer.