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?
Summary: This is a multi product review. Last year we bought a 46" Panasonic plasma TV. I returned it a few days later because we couldn't get the picture bright enough without looking washed out. I'm thinking that we got a lemon because I hear a lot of good things about Panasonic TVs.
Very happy so far! But you need to use Picture Fit!
17 November 2010
Summary: I got this TV for a great price. So far, I am thrilled! The best TV I had before this was a 32 inch LCD. The colors are so much better on this one, it looked good right out of the box, I got it last week and I haven't changed any settings.
Summary: This TV is great. My friends all have 2+ years old LCD's that are currently within the same price range as this TV and the picture on this TV blows them out of the water. The price just could not be beat at all anywhere. The sound on this TV is okay.
Summary: Got a great deal at Amazon, compared to Best Buy, saved over 200.00...anyway, TV has an acceptable picture, but not as good as LED OR LCD, easy to set up, however, if i have a complaint, its the sound.....tried many settings, but i am not satisfied...
Summary: I purchased this set at Best Buy for $719 + tax about 1 week ago and have been very happy with it thus far. I'm not gonna lie, I was hesitant to go the 720p route; I don't want to be the one paying to be at the front of the tech curve, but I also don't want to be the one purchasing something that is...
Summary: i purchased this TV at Fry's Electronics in Houston, Texas the day that it came out. First off, I already own a Westinghouse 42 inch LCD, a 32 inch Sharp Aquos, and another Samsung 32 inch that I have in my daughters room.
Summary: Balancing technology and design like never before, the SAMSUNG provides a passionately premium multimedia experience. The unique Eco Sensor measures the intensity of the room's light and automatically calibrates the brightness of the image on the screen.