Summary: Very pleased with this TV so far. Only used for a week now, so I can't speak to the durability yet. I wasn't looking for a Smart TV and I wanted an upgrade from my old 32" 60hz lcd. I didn't want the 'soap opera effect' that a 120hz TV had, so I was really aiming for a plasma.
I had heard that this was superior picture quality so I decided to buy
James Jones "J. Jones", Amazon
14 January 2015
Summary: I purchased 2 of these TVs. One was for my parents and the other for my brother. I was hesitant because I was going from 1080p LCD to 720p Plasma. I had heard that this was superior picture quality so I decided to buy.
Summary: I bought this TV In 2011 for about $620 and I tell you for sure I would do it again in a heart beat. At the $400 price range it is a steal. Its picture quality is outstanding; you'll notice if you go to the big box stores they always have Samsung on a aisle by themselves; there is a reason for that.
Summary: I was satisfied until I learned there's no standard headphones audio output. How is this possible for any TV manufactured within the last few years? This is a very sophisticated piece of technology, yet it's missing the most basic standard way of connecting any sort of speakers or headphones.
Summary: I don't use the TV for watching TV, so I can't really review it accurately. However, as a computer display, it works great, as long as you don't sit too close (you can see the pixels if you do). Surprisingly, the native resolution is 1024x768, but there are several supported 16:9 resolutions.