Summary: awesome picture quality. aesthetically pleasing bezel. (the red doesn't stand out too much, if you're worried about it clashing with your furniture or whatever.) haven't tried to watch a bluray yet, but even crappy quality movies from my computer (480p) look great. the 120hz and 100000:1 contrast ratio make for a realistic viewing experience. also has ethernet jack for the internet interface (weather, downloads etc) a nice little extra.
Excellent Picture Quality (Unless you need a matte screen)
M. J. "Matt", Amazon
23 February 2011
Summary: **May 1, 2009 Updates at the bottom **May 8, 2009 Updates at the bottom **May 14, 2009 -- I've updated my final calibration I just received my LN46B650 today so I may update this review in time. Feel free to comment with questions and I'll try to respond to them in later updates. UNBOXING The box for the LN46B650 comes is not too much larger than the TV dimensions itself. Sometimes you'll see a 32" TV come in a box that could easily fit one much larger.
Summary: I purchased this item last week 3-27-09 without the luxury of any reviews posted.. Just the picture I saw at B.B... I also purchased the Blue Ray player... The picture on this TV is Awesome... Better than I expected. Get the Blue Ray... I watched a movie on it the other night... Never knew what I was missing! This TV has all the bells & whistles as the 46A850 model with the upgrade to 100,000 : 1 contrast ratio. Sound is great. Picture is great... Easy to set up...
Summary: It should be noted that I have not purchased this TV. I did spend several hours comparing the two versions at Best Buy and this is what I found: The B650 has a MUCH clearer picture. And by "clearer", I mean more defined with a sharper contrast, brighter whites and darker darks. I attribute this to the doubling of the contrast ratio. The A650 has a 50,000:1 whereas the B650 has 100,000:1.
Samsung makes great TVs... 5 stars for this model!
23 February 2011
Summary: There are lots of in-depth reviews of this TV on the web, so I won't go in to too much detail here. I will say that the picture quality is awesome on this model, and that I'm very happy with my purchase. The red touch of color isn't too obvious (I still wish Samsung would abandon the TOC though). The swivel base is nice, too. The "auto-motion plus" (AMP) feature is improved over the 2008 model by allowing you to fine-tune the settings more.
Summary: I scoured the reviews before making this purchase, so I hope this helps contribute to your decision. I've had the TV for over a month, and I can happily say I haven't had any regrets. It has a beautifully clear image and the glare from the window next to it doesn't interfere much, though a direct reflection gets a little tough to see through.
Summary: Excellent picture quality from a variety of inputs ---- cable TV, upscaling DVD player. Even home-brewed DVDs from old Hi-8 videotapes are clear and sharp, and home-brewed DVDs from 16:9 digital videotapes are excellent. Don't just take the out-of-the-box default picture settings ---- it's well worth making minor tweaks to the color settings, etc. For improved sound, I've coupled this TV with a Sony Sound Bar Speaker System (HT-CT100).
Summary: Bought this television in February, wanted to have a chance to use it for two months before writing this review. Most the previous reviewers have covered the technical aspects and features with using this television so I won't bore you repeating what has already been said. Bottomline, this is a great television,way ahead of the competition.
Summary: I bought this set a week ago from amazon warehouse as Used-Good condition. Being cautious, I also bought the extended warranty to back up my purchase. Before I bought the set, I checked out the ALLEGED faults in the used warehouse deal category. My wife, (very, very particular about buying used and a major factor in the warranty purchase) and I have looked for the past week for any and I do mean ANY flaw in the unit and to date have found absolutely no reason whatsoever...