Summary: It might not be the finest plasma performer in it size bracket, but if you’re looking for an impressive 3D TV with a dizzying array of features you won’t find one cheaper than this. Strong picture quality at a fantastic price.
Excerpt: Samsung is so obsessed with LED technology that its plasmas hardly get any publicity. And it would be a tragedy if the company were to lose all interest in the PDP market, when it’s producing such screens as this one, which on paper is a much more affordable piece of plasma paradise than, say, Panasonic’s P50VT20B.
Excerpt: We've had a good long look at the Samsung PS50C6900 plasma. It arrived just in time to find itself flung into a Supertest in November, and emerged from that with enough credit to make off with an Award in 2010. Now it's back for the third time running – and its grip on all five stars has held firm. Never a dull moment, eh?
Pros: Styling helps minimise bulk, vibrant, high-contrast pictures, good 3D stability
Cons: Darker images could be more detailed, some motion anxiety
Excerpt: If there’s one thing likely to kickstart a revolution, it’s an eye-poppingly well-priced product. The 3D market has been calling out for a low-priced marvel, a 50in screen that delivers the thrills of the third dimension, but without also securing the ills of an empty bank account. And the sub-£1,000 Samsung PS50C6900 might just be that product.
Excerpt: Il Samsung PS50C6900YP è un televisore al plasma dotato di un design elegante e raffinato, adatto agli ambienti più moderni. Quanto a dimensioni, misura 1211 mm larghezza, 749 mm di altezza e 35,9 mm di spessore senza il supporto e 1211 mm larghezza, 808,5 mm di altezza e 277 mm di spessore incluso il supporto. Il peso, infine, è di 24,5 kg escludendo il supporto e 29,2 kg con il supporto.