Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN46B550 / LE46B550 / LA46B550
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: First of all, I might be the unfortunated fews who has gotten a defective unit. One year during the time I have this TV, I have had it broke down 3 times, fortunately all covered under the warranty. But it's still a pain to call customer service and request a technician to come in and fix it. All three times were the same issue, they just replace the board in the TV and call it good. They will not let me have another unit. In term of feature, this TV seem to have it all.
Excerpt: My husband kept bugging me to get a flat panel tv ever since the first day they hit the market. I was hesitant because we already have multiple TV's in the house that worked just fine, so in my mind I thought it was a waste of money to get one. Well a few months back while I was watching the news our main tv started to go on the fritz. So off we went to the electronics stores. We looked at a lot of TVs but the Samsung LN46B550 seemed to have what we wanted. It was...
Excerpt: my wife has been demanding me to buy a new set since it hit the market. We bought the TV set in july and it has been working for eight months with no problem. we have tested every function with remote control and found no problem at all. the color is distinct and the picture is discernable. the good thing is you can connect your pc and psp or dvd to the tv and experience the large screen.
Summary: Pros - Large, clear screen. Love the ToC feature (Touch of Color). Remote and features easy to work with. Cons - 60Hz slightly restricts the picture for sustaining rapid moving pictures. Great TV for the price. From what I can see, it can retail as high as $1249, although a better deal can be found if you look hard enough. This TV should not disappoint the buyer at that price level. Samsung puts out quality product after quality product.