Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS58A650 / PN58A650
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Like youre at the theater
20 January 2011
Summary: If you have other Samsung products, as I do, the Anynet+ feature comes in handy often and really should be a system every major electronics company bases how interconnectivity should work.
Pros: Fantastic picture Anynet + Vivid color reproduction Lots of inputs Great menu with good customization options Immersive size great viewing angle/clarity 600hz for sports/gaming cool touch-sensitive buttons good sound quality from speakers
Cons: I never thought there was a such thing as "too big" until i bought this tv. It's a bit too big for the room its in, but this is just my fault. Had a samsung LCD and miss the brightness, though its still plenty bright Touch-sensitive buttons arent easy to find which leaves smudges on the framing.....
Summary: You can pay twice this for the new LED LCD but in my comparison there is no picture quality difference so price to performance wise this wins hands down, no moving parts (fans) so it makes no noise screen burn in protection is amazing when you leave a game on pause you can scroll the screen and...
Pros: This TV is awesome. I have had 3 1080P televisions in the past 5 years and by far there is no comparison. I have had DLP 1080P which is nice and still have a 1080P LCD which is very nice but you will notice colors that were not there before on a plasma, they have a 30 year life expectancy, the bl...
Cons: they are hot, they can heat a room up no doubt but even a good LCD can be warm, not this warm but warm.
Summary: It looks about as "classy" as a 58" can look in my small apartment. Shipping was slow, took 7 business days (plus 2 weekends) to deliver.
Pros: Excellent color reproduction, very little IR, well constructed bezel, plenty of inputs, acceptable black levels, very little lag in first person shooters, great for gaming or movies. Passive cooling is preferential for pet owners.
Cons: Could use more programming functionality and shortcuts (going to the scroll feature is much more painful than it should be). Remote is a mixed bag, the wheel has slow input responses and is digital rather than analog as it should be. You will notice more IR if you don't take care of it. Produces ...
Summary: I don't know what ppl are talking about with the heat. I'm not feeling it. after 4 hours of watching tv, I feel the top back of the tv where it's metal and I feel warmth, but no skin burning like some ppl have said.
Pros: Excellent clarity even with regular dvds and regular cable tv! Blue ray is amazing. research online how to adjust for max clarity and you'll be amazed!!! Although not listed on the inputs, there IS a standard cable TV coax input!!!
Cons: heavy. took 2 huge burly men to set it up in my house.
Summary: I am a bit hesitant about mounting it to the wall because of its sheer size and weight.
Pros: Size Size Size, great picture quality as well, amazing price, elegant look.
Cons: Heavy! Also the hook ups are off to one side of the television and it makes routing the cables a bit odd. The wall mount hook ups are recessed and do not work with all mounts without large spacers and long bolts.
Summary: The "TV" before this was a 1080i rear mounted projector, 80" plus screen. I still use it for special occasions but this Samsung Plasma is now my work horse. I couldn't be any happier. Compatible with MATIX KT1000 Black 32" - 60" Platinum HDTV Accessory Kit.
Pros: 1. Size and price. 2. Loving the resolution when I connect my gaming laptop to it via DVI to HDMI. 3. "Anti Burn-in Technology" is nice. Even the no signal/no display window keeps moving slightly.
Cons: 1. Not enough inputs and outputs. :) 2. No DVI for PC, but I knew that buying it. 3. Sound, of course, is lacking but I knew that too. 4. Heavy, heavy, heavy! Go figure. :) 5. Remote is huge and the "iPod like" scrolling ring isn't really necessary. 6. Screen does tend to glare, due to a window, ...