Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS59D8000 / PN59D8000
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Nice TV - will go with the new OLED when it comes out.
1 January 2014
Summary: Mine like most of these and most plasma TV's has a buzz sound. You get used to it an after time don't even notice it. This TV performs great. Nice black great color saturation. I do have very,very, very minor burn in which you can see on all white commercials other then that you can not see it.
Good tv but could be better with more design effort
12 May 2013
Summary: Pros: Excellent picture. Works as advertised. Sound amazingly good for such a slim tv. You may not need a sound bar if you are used to the sound from an old tube tv. The 3d is amazing, but it takes a while to get used to because of the edge effects and other issues that affect the realism, such as...
Summary: The picture is stunning and the interface is great. There is also a Samsung app in the Apple Store to control the TV via your iPhone and iPad which is great. The speaker on it is probably the best I have ever heard on a flatscreen.
Summary: I've done long search before I purchased this plasma smart TV. It was hard to decide between plasma and full-array LED. I finally made a good decision to buy this latest technology from Samsung.
Summary: Let me begin by saying this is the best TV I've ever laid eyes on. I was skeptical that a TV of this size could maintain such quality at first. I was wrong. Now let's get to my review. If you're reading this and thinking of getting this on Amazon..
Summary: After my Sony 60" DLP failed, I had to pick an in-store replacement. CNET rated this TV "Outstanding", and they're right about the picture. But CNET neglected to mention that the sound sucks. It's thin, tinny, and sibilant. You'll probably need to add a sound system.
Summary: Picture is fabulous on cloudy days and at night, blacks are great, but must crank up all settings to max to view in bright room! The sound is terrible, you will need a sound bar with this tv or any other that is only 1.5" thick with down firing speakers.
Summary: What CNET wrote: Samsung doesn't include the two pairs of 3D glasses mentioned above, model SSG-3100GB, in the TV's box, but buyers of the PND8000 (and other 2011 Samsung 3D TVs) who don't receive glasses at the time of purchase can use Samsung's dedicated Web site to claim them.