Summary: The TV is a nice unit, except that it has a 'birth defect'. Within 18 months of purchase it started clicking and not powering on right away, and eventually stopped working. This is the second Samsung I own which had the same problem. A few hundred dollars later, a TV repair shop replaced the power supply board and got it working again. I wrote a more detailed report for the LN-T4669F model. Samsung will completely ignore you because the 12 month warranty has expired.
Summary: This has to be the best piece of electronics that I have ever bought. I have had it for almost a year and I still love to look at it. It has a really smooth design and is just simply attractive. I love being able to just walk by and touch the power bar and have it turn on. There is no need to search for some small power button like most TVs. When I originally purchased it I had satellite with HD and I thought the video was awesome then.
Summary: Picture quality is oustanding Blu-Ray looks amazing Games look amazing 120hz looks amazing althought there is slight blurring sometimes during cable televisiona nd sometimes in movies, its not enough to make a difference in my opinion of this tv. Its excellent. Got this tv at almost 50% retail price so I cant complain. If youre searching for a tv, then go no further than this. If your product is shipped using CEVA then make sure you call them to check on your tv.
Summary: I bought this TV about a month ago. The blu-ray movies looks awesome on this TV. The standard definition TV is so so, but I guess you purchase this TV mainly for blu-ray and high definition sports. Overall a good TV but I think the newer series (650) may be a bit better in terms of specs. But they are still $1500 or more so since I only paid $1234 for this TV, it was well worth it.
I am embarrassed at how much research I did only to have the tv fail in 2 months
Golfing Fool, Amazon
8 June 2008
Summary: Family and friends told me I spent more time reviewing what HDTV LCD to buy than purchasing a car or a house. Ha, I thought --- I am getting a Samsung 4071 where 90+% of the reviewers are happy. I never thought I'd be one of the 10% to have the TV TOTALLY FAIL. No picture, ghosts, then grey screen. I had been very happy despite the fact price went down more, newer models out - I had no complaints.
Summary: This is literally the best picture on a TV I've ever seen for being less that $2000. It arrived 3 days early, delivered by CEVA who did a great job setting it up and confirming it was working. After close inspection I couldn't find a single dead pixel. I hooked it up to my computer and cranked the resolution up to 1920x1080 and it was breathe takingly sharp. This TV could easily be used as for a desktop monitor as it is every bit as crisp as my 21" CRT monitor.
Summary: WOW! Fabulous!! 4.5 stars I have researched LCD TVs for quite a while: about 7 months. I was set on purchasing the SONY XBR4 series, but could not justify paying $2400 - $3400 for a TV. So I just kept reading reviews from CNET and the AVS Forums, in addition to Amazon reviews. Eventually I settled on this one. I have had this TV for about 2 months. I am very pleased with the quality of the TV in terms of aesthetics, and signal output.
Summary: Nice television, great picture. Can't complain. Even though the item was an "open box" item, the damage was extremely minimal (minor scuffs on the bottom front left corner) and for the price it was well worth it! Having both a 120hz and a 60hz model of approximately the same size and contrast ratio...I can tell you that the 120hz does make a difference. The Auto-Motion feature really adds a new dimension to the blu-ray movies that I already own.
Summary: I held off buying a hi def TV for two reasons: 1. They were stupid expensive 2. None of them had a consistently great image Around Christmas time 2007 price issue seemed to go away and with features like 120hz panels and image smoothing using frame interpolation it seemed like the image quality was getting better (consistently). This set seemed like a perfect balance of price and features. The image has been fantastic, it really looks great..
Summary: I am pretty impressed with this t.v. It is pleasing to the eye. The picture is clear, and the color quality is nice. I like that it puts the t.v. channels in order, unlike my last HDTV. It is pretty fair at stretching an image to fit the screen (not perfect, but good). It is really good for gaming. My kids love to run a cord from the computer to the t.v., and play on-line games with it, a rather nice feature. I dislike the glare factor, but it could be worse.