Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS50C450 / PN50C450
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TV itself its great but the company is something need improving on...
Reynaldo K. Tong, Amazon
1 September 2013
Summary: The reason I said this because the firmware for this TV actually ruins it. Unfortunantly I did a firmware upgrade after warranty and it ruined it (ghost image burn). I looked it up and Samsung has a 1008.3 firmware and voltage adjustment they need to do to fix the tv back to normal for a mere fee...
Summary: I purchased this TV at Christmas in 2010 so it's not quite 2 years old. The picture is excellent and I really like the deep blacks you see on Plasma TV's. However, the TV just started having an issue.
Summary: This is our first flat panel tv, and we were very careful to follow all instructions, including not leaving the screen paused as it could cause "Burn in" into the panel. After about a year of light use, the TV started showing red dots in the center of the screen.
Summary: Bought this during Christmas of 2010. Still working great exactly a year later. Has plenty of inputs in the back and looks sleek from the front. Easy to use menu for switching inputs and general TV setup. I would recommend this TV.
Summary: Best TV ever i've used it so much. I had a red dots issue and all you need to do is update the firmware. Samsung's customer support is flagship. Samsung is the best brand in the world anyone that says they are not is being facetious The speakers are lacking but anyone that only uses TV speakers is...
Summary: This plasma tv has a great picture and truly great sound. Too bad Samsung decided to go CHEAP by providing very few inputs on the back side of the monitor. How much more would it cost to simply have a separate AV(RCA jack) input or s-video?