Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN52A750 / LA52A750
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Not Upgradable and Likely Capacitor Problems
Eric W. Sullender, Amazon
29 July 2011
Summary: I have a Samsung LN52A750 TV and a BD-P2500 BluRay player. When I purchased these the Amazon and Samsung product pages claimed they were "internet connected" and "firmware upgradeable" so that they would be compatible with new services that were coming available.
Summary: After much research and spending over $2000 for this TV (close to 2.5years ago), the TV gave up. When turned on the bell sound would come on, the backlight would be on, no picture; the bottom red led light would turn on and off about 4 times in about 25 seconds and you could hear 2 consecutive...
Summary: I have owned this tv for two years and it has worked good until today. It seems Samsung has a capacitor defect in alot of there tv's and mine went out today. I talked to Samsung today and they refused to fix it even thoe they were aware of the defective capacitors.
Summary: I've had this TV since 2008, and paid $2500 for it from Amazon. It was the #1 TV on my list after several weeks of research. The TV has been great until today. It suddenly powered off, then started cycling off and on, with the indicator light, the clicking sound it makes when turning it off or on,...
Summary: Like many buyers who have been impressed with Samsung's brite color and cheaper price (compare to Sony), I bought this model (LN52A750)back in 2/2009 and starting to have problem with the TV's power continuously turning itself on and off.
Summary: TV has issues and Samsung is not addressing if TV is manufactured after 2008. TV will start cycling on and off by itself and Samsung had a Full Class Action Settlement Notice for those manufactured in 2007/2008 for the same issue -capacitor.
It's 2013, and this TV still has one of the best pictures I've seen!
Christopher Jurkowski, Amazon
19 August 2009
Summary: I have had this Samsung LN52A750 TV for a while, and it still has one of the best pictures I have seen on an HDTV. It just has that brilliant true color that is hard to find. Picture is as clear as can be. The picture is absolutely beautiful.
Summary: Over the last year and a half, I have had nearly 10 different 50" class 1080p sets in my home for evaluation (it's a long story - too long to address here). They've been from Panasonic, Sony, Samsung, and Sharp.
Summary: I hesitated buying an LCD for years because of motion blur. I can honestly say that this TV does not have motion blur. Samsung has achieved 100% sucess in this area. This is everything I hoped for in an LCD TV. This LN52A750 gets an A-PLUS from me.
Summary: About a month ago I bought the Samsung LN52A750. I had some reservations about the "touch of Red" since my room is primarily blue, but the color is quite subtle and actually looks great. (In fact, the finish on the entire TV is pretty incredible.