Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS64D550 / PN64D550
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Works just fine.
20 April 2012
Summary: Our Samsung HD Plasma worked just fine right out of the box. Picture looks good. Lots of adjustment features. Works well with our Apple TV. You need to keep plasma TV's in a dark room. The picture often looks a little dark, but you can adjust the brightness easily enough.
Summary: I haven't had any issues with brightness popping, but I do notice a faint buzz when my sound system is turned down or muted. I've heard this goes away over time. Either way, the picture on this TV is great and it's absolutely massive.
Summary: I purchased a Samsung 3D lcd/led tv (un46c) last year and I was very pleased with it but it was too small to really enjoy the 3D so I decided to upgrade to this 64" tv. The picture and 3D on this model is great. The TV is enormous, which is exactly what I wanted. I would've given it 5 stars if it weren't for the 2 following issues: 1) This model does not have the checkerboard and interlaced 3D modes. It only has side-by-side, top/bottom and 2d to 3d conversion.
Summary: Just got this delivered, purchased during the cyber monday lightning deals. Delivery was great, on time, really nice guys. I have no buzzing or brightness pops that I've noticed so far. Will update my review once It's broken in and calibrated. Picture looks great.
Summary: I received this item in perfect condition from Amazon's excellent shipping relationship with Pilot. I also noticed the TV was $150 cheaper and Amazon gave me the difference back! Now more on the TV? I went from a bright LCD and going to the plasma is a change. Mostly good. This plasma is huge and allows you to see the richer details that you would not be able to with an LCD. It is a little reflective but nothing crazy.
Summary: My last TV was a 56" Panasonic LCD RP . Good set, but wanted to try 3D and a highly regarded plasma. The only thing negative about this set is glare can be a problem. I realised this could be the case and took a chance. Is it intolerable? Not really. I just thought it might not be very noticeable. The picture otherwise is so darn incredible I will learn to live with it and frankly am starting to get use to it, which means obviously it's not that bad.