Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN46A650 / LA46A650
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18 November 2011
Summary: I have now owned my Samsung LED for almost a year and I have nothing bad to say about this TV. A year ago when I was ready to purchase a new TV for my bedroom, I had a few brands in mind that I wanted to check out (Sharp-Aquos-line, Sony, and Samsung). Initially I was thinking of getting an LCD because I assumed that since the LED was a newer technology that it would cost more. To my surprise, Amazon had an amazing deal on this 40" LED TV (just over 50% off).
Summary: I've been using it for a week and a half, and so far, so good. The image looks beautiful, although I couldn't really compare it to other makes of models. It supports 1080p MKV video files with every codec that I tried: H.264, AAC, AC3, DTS... DLNA works great using the software from Samsung.
Summary: I bought this particular model because I dont need the apps and didnt want 3D (already have it on the living room tv). this TV is very sharp. i have HDMI 1.4 cables hooked up to my Directv HDR unit and its never looked better. I'm very happy with this upgrade. Plenty of HDMI ports and just enough component for my Wii. I have a Samsung plasma in my living room, and this is really close to the clarity and sharpness of the plasma.
Beautiful picture, fair to middling viewing angles, odd audio...
J. Nichols "nicho114", Amazon
26 May 2011
Summary: A. Picture In a previous review, it was mentioned that this panel produces almost 3-D quality imagees. I can't deny this. Even a hi-def television signal is gorgeous to behold, if woefully flat. The only problem that I notice is in panel-judged scaling of smaller images. I run my television as a second monitor off of my computer, so that Blu-ray format movies can be viewed on a freakishly large screen.
Summary: Purchased this TV last week and it arrived on Friday. Could not wait to hang it on the same mount as current TV. Samsung uses a different configuration on the back of their TVs so my existing mount would not work. Bought a Cheetah mount and hung it myself. Beautiful and awesome TV. It looks like you can go up and touch the person on the screen - even a 1950-1960's Cary Grant movie. Only wish it had built in internet capability.
Summary: This Samsung LED exceeded my expectation for clarity of picture. Easy set up. Even my wife who questioned why I wanted to upgrade is amazed bt the picture. 40" 6300 is a great model. I replaced my 2002 Samsung HD which weighed 100LB+. I also upgraded my 15 year old Yamaha receiver leaving speakers in place. Very easy to set up and sound quality also is noticable from all speakers including rear. Hooked everything thru receiver to Samsung and all devices work great.
Summary: This is my 3rd Samsung and I am very happy with my purchase. The maximum size TV we could fit where we installed this TV was 40 inches and this one fills it out great. I was surprised by how real flush this TV can mount with a flush mount bracket. The bezel is my also most thin one yet. The TV went into a guest/family sitting area and was to be used for gaming for children and house guest use. The area is fairly dark, so the LED format fit our needs perfectly.
Summary: I bought this TV around a month back. It was for $799 at that time. Its a good product at this rate. Though it do not have built in internet capability, you have option to get it seperatly. And I believe its good for some of the people as many of us have either play station or Xbox which can be used to connect to the internet. I personally don't have one but than I connect my laptop directly to the TV using HDMI cable (You can get it under $10).
"hold on, let me pick my tonge off the floor so we can talk"
Amazon Customer, Amazon
26 March 2011
Summary: WOW! Thats all I can really think to say about this tv. My girl and I jumped from an old 19" tube set to this LED master peice and I'll tell ya what, it was well worth the price paid and maybe even more. This tv is able to do everything I was looking for out of the box and even more. When I was shopping for a set we decided that going to Best Buy and looking at them first hand would be the best way to pick one out.