Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN46A650 / LA46A650
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15 July 2010
Summary: I evaluated several models of Samsung and Sony but finally purchased this LED model. The price point was good but was surprised with the clarity and sharpness without over driving the gain levels. The only noteworthy issue is the sound quality.
Summary: The most incredible picture I have ever seen, with high definition fios cable and blu ray dvd as the sources. What is most remarkable about the picture on this TV is the night shots. Blacks are perfect.
Summary: after some research, I bought this samsung (non-3d, non-240hz) due to the ratings and seeing it at several retail outlets. the ratings had the biggest drawback being the price ( originally $1950 ? ), so as the price tumbled it seemed a good deal.
Summary: This TV blew me away when I first set it up (no tweaking). I turned on some random nature show (high def of course) and it nearly looked 3D. The color, clarity, and contrast were outstanding. And with my PS3/blue ray player movies have that theater like quality.
Summary: Purchased this via Amazon.com and have now had for about a month. This is a great High Definition TV(my 3rd) especially where space is a limitation. The picture quality is excellent - very clear and the image nearly jumps off the screen. It is ultra sharp with little to no processing artifacts.
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.
Summary: After researching LCD TVs for months, I picked Samsung as my final choice. I looked at professional opinions as well as "common folk" opinion and it seemed like the clear choice (even if it wasn't clear, it sure looked like a good choice). All was well for 13 months.
Summary: Excellent picture quality. The new LED backlit tv's are SLIGHTLY better, as are all high end plasma tv's (mainly in details in the black or very dark areas). Speakers are o.k. but not great; try to run your sound through external speakers if possible.
Summary: This TV is the BEST LCD I have ever seen. I purchased it at a local Best Buy, and it is amazing. There are more then enough HDMI inputs, the speakers are fine, and the settings menus' are also decent. But the main thing to talk about is the quality. The quality of this TV is UNBEATABLE.
Summary: I've had my Sammy Sung for nearly a year and it just died via the dreaded 'Power Cycle' issue. I had updated the firmware prior to the issue but I still got hit. LUCKILY for me I bought the TV 7/21/08 right here on newegg.
Pros: Screen size, price, 1080p, 120 hertz feature, widgets, LAN, media options [mp3 and pictures], many HDMI ports I LOVE this TV, picture quality is much richer than more expensive Bravia and Pioneer Elites I researched [at least to me]
Cons: Speakers - hope you have a decent receiver because the speakers are pretty much a FAIL, not too many 'fine tuning' options, no adding widgets, remote is fugly [get the HarmonyONE if possible]