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Samsung PS60E6500 / PN60E6500

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Overall 9

Expert Review

15 March 2013
  • Summary: Samsung's not-quite-flagship plasma still delivers flagship-quality performance.
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Overall 8

Samsung PN60E6500EF

PC Magazine
27 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Samsung's PNE6500EF series of 3D plasma HDTVs combine top-notch picture quality, loads of features, and reasonable prices into a very tempting package.
  • Pros: Bright panel. Solid black levels. Built-in Wi-Fi. Out-of-the-box 3D with glasses.
  • Cons: Only three HDMI ports. Flesh tones appear slightly off without color calibration.
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Overall 9

Samsung PN60E6500 Review

22 June 2012
  • Conclusion: The Samsung E6500 series plasmas are, without a doubt, one of the best available values in high-performance televisions. While there are one or two competing plasma models that have a slight performance edge in bright-room settings, we can’t think of a set at this price point that can offer black levels and shadow detail quite as impressive as the E6500.
  • Pros: Tremendous black levels, Excellent shadow detail, Comprehensive picture controls, Full suite of Internet apps
  • Cons: Minor brightness limitations, Some loss of black-level performance in bright rooms, Slightly reflective screen
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Overall 9

Samsung PS60E6500

Trusted Reviews
20 September 2012
  • Summary: Samsung's latest mid-range 60-inch plasma TV is a serious bargain.
  • Pros: Outstanding value for money, Excellent all-round picture quality, Class-leading online service
  • Cons: Black levels not as deep as some Panasonic plasmas, A few too many rubbish online apps among the good stuff, Occasional stuttering with 3D
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Samsung PS60E6500

TechRadar UK
26 July 2012
  • Conclusion: A very good, but not a great plasma, this 60-incher still steals a march on similarly-sized LCD/LED TVs on versatility, picture quality and value. Some minor issues with motion and brightness aside, this app-packed, media-savvy giant is a fine all-rounder that excels with 3D. If you're set on achieving a 60-inch screen and you want a 3D telly, the best option is a plasma.
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