EXCELLANT HDTV BUT DOES NOT SUPPORT AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
6 April 2012
Summary: I purchased almost the identical (50 inch vs. 51 inch) model about a year an a half ago and have been extremely pleased with it. I wanted another TV for my den and bought this model which I assumed would be practically identical to my other one other than the size of the frame.
Summary: I recently purchased this TV and thought it was perfect...perfect until I watched hockey and noticed brightness "pops". The pops happened as the camera panned from center ice to the goals. It got worse as the game went on.
Summary: IF Samsung fixes this problem some day then this will be a great TV that I would be proud of owning. When the TV isn't becoming so bright it makes my eyes bleed it does have wonderful picture quality that is some of the very best I have ever seen.
Pros: None But this won't fit in the cons. Do not buy this TV. All of 2011 Samsung 'D' series plasma TVs suffer from fluctuating brightness. At random times the brightness of the TV will instantly jump much higher then it normally is and then it will come back down again to normal. This is very distrac...
Cons: However Samsung seems unwilling or just out right refusing to acknowledge this problem even exists. If you call customer support they will tell you to turn off one of many options in the TV's menus, set certain picture control options to a different value. However none of this will work and your ...