Excerpt: For the last couple years I was determined I didn’t need a flatscreen tv. I figured my tube set was just as good as anything else and was functioning perfectly until it finally died on me after being about ten years old. I thought I’d be able to find a tube tv much cheaper than a flatscreen , but it was amazing to me how it hard it actually was to find a tube set to begin with, and so I ended up going with a flatscreen anyway and got the Samsung LN60C630 LCD Flatscreen...
Summary: WOW. All I can say is WOW. This is a phenomenal set. Upgraded from a 46" to this and what a difference. Amazing screen quality on blu-rays and hi-def satellite. As others have said, my only gripe is a setting that actively tries to smooth out the video which had to be shut off because it made the tv animations seem rather unnatural. People seemed to move in odd manners but once I switched the setting off it was amazing. HiDef football and basketball?
Summary: I am thinking about buying this TV and I already have a media cabinet that it needs to fit in to and I am having problems finding it's exact measurements with the stand. Can someone please help me and post the HxWxD for this TV, including the stand? Thanks in advance.
Summary: This will be my second samsung in about 5 years and both of them have not disappointed us. The picture is big and beautiful and everything works great! We decided to stay away from the led tvs for a few years until they get all the bugs worked out. I read too many reviews regarding the back light not being sufficient in one way or another. Why open that bag of worms right? And we wanted the 60 inch so this was the best option for us.
Summary: Alright let's sum this all up nice and tidy. This set uses a Sharp FB01 panel.... no panel lottery with this set, it's the only size that uses this panel, and all sets have this panel that are 60 inch as of December 2010. Black levels are very good on this panel. No CCFL or edge lit set is going to have perfect blacks however compared to a plasma or full array local dimming set. It's just the nature of the technology.
Summary: I have never seen a TV with this kind if detail and such a crisp, clear picture with bright colors. You see every pore in a person's face and each blade of grass in a way I have never experienced with any television set in my life. I recommend this TV to anyone considering buying a new TV. It is worth the extra money for the size, even if your room is not that big.
Summary: I'm so happy with my purchase. Researched LCDs for months before finally pulling the trigger and couldn't be happier. Sound is OK (which people have knocked in other reviews)- I'm no audiophile, but I don't notice it being a problem. Picture is wonderful. Very crisp- love the automotion, but it does take a day or two to totally get used to. I would recommend this to anyone.
Summary: Im am one of the most pickiest people when it comes to buying a new TV...I have to analize everything. My previous TV was a Samsung lnt4665f LCD. So im looking for a bigger tv,in the 55-65" range. I was open to either LCD or LED..after all im looking for the best picture quality. I spent weeks looking online and in stores,read scores of reviews for all different makes and models and decided with this one...Why?