Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN22A450 / LA22A450
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Cant go wrong with Samsung
Todd Wrenther, Amazon
28 September 2010
Summary: Things just seem to keep getting better. I have a lot of friends with samsung tv's that really love them. Since tv screens have gone longer, the width from top to bottom has dropped.... not like the older square tubes... so I got a smaller picture than I aniticipated. However, any wider and it would not have fit into my old entertainment center. It is lightweight and easy to use. It is still a good tv with Samsung quality.
Summary: I have this hooked up to my computer and watch full screen movies on it from time to time. My computer (running XP) picked up the correct drivers for it right away and It seems to display great. Very happy with this TV a lot of good reviews so I will just hit some basic points the other ones brought up. Sound is fine for me and my gaming needs I can barely turn the TV up halfway without it blasting me out.
Summary: I purchased this for use in the bedroom because of the compact size. The t.v. was easy to set up and had a nice appearence. The problems are that the sound is terrible and the picture quality is sub standard. I do not recommend this set, spend a little more and get a better sound and picture quality unit. i returned this item.
Summary: Bought the set from Costco - overall I would be quite happy if it did not have a loud buzz - Since it is in a small bedroom and used mainly at bedtime it sounds very loud and annoying. I intend to return it and exchange for the same model. Good price and thankfully Costco has a great return policy. If the next set has a similar problem, I'll update this review.
Summary: I bought this TV because it was my responsibility to bring one to my dorm room. I've mainly used it to watch tv and play video games. Everything is nice, i haven't had problems with it. The sound quality is what you'd expect from a tv though... not very rich. I use my speaker system instead. Overall, far exceeded my expectations.
Summary: I Bought the Samsung LN19A450 last year for the den and loved it, bought the LN22A450 for the master bedroom because I was so pleased with the 19 inch. The picture is great, sound is ok, very easy setup, remote is not layed out for easy one hand use (I use the Direct TV remote and this is not a problem for me) and the set has enough inputs so I can use it for my dish, rabbit ears and computer all at the same time.
Broke after just 3 months. Samsung service made it worse.
J. Lachoff, Amazon
28 August 2009
Summary: Wow, what a lousy experience with Samsung. I can't say I would ever buy another product from them: The television stopped working after 90 days. Bad backlight. No picture. They took responsibility (1 year warranty) and gave me a shipping label to send it back, to their credit. I packaged it up very carefully in their original box, including all of the original plastic protective bags styrofoam. The box was in new condition.
Summary: I bought this TV because my PS3 was lonely without an actual HDTV. I did a lot of shopping around, I even came close to purchasing a Westinghouse TV but [...] won't take my card--and I'm glad they didn't. I wasn't too excited about paying the price, but I knew I was getting a quality product from Samsung. It has one HDMI port, RGB port, and the standard AV port, along with audio out and some other things that are become the standard.
Summary: We have to send it back. The audio issue is intermittent, and typically only when seeing high def source video - I believe it is with both 780p/i as well as 1080i. The problem corrupts the audio intelligibility, and sounds like a distorted signal that sweeps back and forth with a peculiar modulation effect, similar to a flanger but with a higher distortion that makes the sounds mostly un-intelligible.