Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN46A650 / LA46A650
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Worth the money!
John O. Ellis, Amazon
11 August 2009
Summary: I purchased this Samsung after returning a 2010 46" Sony EX500. Sony was always a standard in quality for me, but something has really gone amis in the past few years. The television just lacked the deep black levels and crisp whites that make an impressive picture. That aside, this model Samsung was a downgrade in screen size, but a big increase in quality. The picture is amazing.
Summary: We werent planning to buy a new TV but then the old one decided to stop working. Since we arent very electronics savvy I did a good amount of research and in particular went to different websites where I could read a large number of reviews, both positive and negative. What I found out is that if one can afford it many would buy Sony, but based on hundreds and hundreds of user opinions, the quality of Samsung LCD HDTV was excellent and in many cases thought to be equal...
Summary: [**** March 5, 2009: As a final note to my review, I must say that this TV has helped me fall in love with movies again, movies of all kinds. This brings cinema quality viewing right into our living room, and paired with our sound system, makes movies I was never too interested in, such as musicals and hyperkinetic action films, and even slower paced independent romances completely absorbing. Lovin' it and cannot wait for football season to start!!!
Summary: The Samsung LN46A650A is an incredible TV and a marvel of modern technology. First and foremost the picture processing power of this television is astounding. This set includes a 50,000:1 contrast ratio as well as a blazing fast 4ms response time. Equally as important is Samsung's "Auto Motion Plus" 120hz technology which adds frames to images and eliminates motion blur in film and television.
Summary: I was excited to have my new LN46A650 delivered today. From what I had read from the reviews and from my other research I had one fear about the TV, reflection from the screen surface. I'm sad to report I am going to be returning my Samsung for a model with a flat/matte finish on the screen. I was really disappointed when I turned this on. The reflections from the windows were terrible.
STUPENDOUS TELEVISION DEAL - FANTASTIC PICTURE AND FEATURES
W. D. Gagliani, Amazon
10 August 2008
Summary: I am not a super high-end, power user, but I like a sharp picture and I waited a long time to find something perfect in a flat screen. After all, my 2002 (old-style tube) Sony 32" was pretty satisfactory, if incredibly deep and heavy. Would I go plasma or LCD? After much informal research, I decided on LCD. I knew I wanted to go 1080p resolution, even if I wasn't ready to take advantage in all ways.
Summary: I have been researching HDTVs for a long time, and I finally decided to take the plunge. Initially I was skeptical of ordering such a large item online, and having it delivered. My experience with Amazon.com and CEVA has completely dispelled any fear/concerns I may have had. First off, I ordered the TV on a Saturday afternoon, and it showed up that next Tuesday morning. Second, the CEVA delivery man was beyond professional.
Summary: This may seem like a strange review because while this is being typed I'm in the process of returning the television. This television was delivered via Amazon's White-Glove Service. It arrived earlier than promised, everything to the point of turning on the television went flawlessly. (+ points to Amazon). Immediately upon turning it on I was struck by two things. First, the picture was absolutely stunning. Second..
Summary: My wife and I had been looking into switching from our antiquated CRT to an LCD/plasma HD flatscreen for around a year now. We did countless hours of research and price comparisons, as well as visits to brick and mortars like Fry's to see what these sets were all about. In the end, the Samsung 650 stood head and shoulders above the rest: price, it being an LCD, the 50K:1 contrast ration, 120 Hz refresh rate, and its visual aesthetic (the red beveling) were our main...