Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS63C7000 / PN63C7000
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Good, but not great.
Rudy Escobar, Amazon
26 February 2011
Summary: I bought the C7000 series over the C8000 because it saved me hundreds of dollars, but also the only thing the C8000 had over the C7000 was it's black filter feature, which was suppose to make the blacks in a picture appear darker. But i thought since it was a plasma anyways, it should already have pretty deep blacks. Or at least deep enough. But boy was i wrong. The black levels are terrible, more like a very dark grey. Or a light black.
HDMI Inputs produce RED screen. Discoloration Problem.
30 November 2010
Summary: Using the HDMI input from the Blue Ray player started to produce Red screen after a couple of days of usage. First I thought the the Red screen is produced by the Blue ray player but later I verified the problem is not because of the Blue ray player, it is because of the bad HDMI input circuitry of the TV. I verified that the Samsung PN63C7000 TV is producing the Red colors anytime I switch to HDMI inputs (It has 4 HDMI inputs, all producing same red screen).
Excerpt: I jumped in! I treated myself to a 3D TV! Arrived yesterday and here are my thoughts. There's been so much hype about 3D in the home, that an enormous amount depends on the impression this first set makes; if people don't take to 3D at once, the feature may never take off. My opinion is that more will take to it than the LCD and Plasma fans of recent years. Cleverly, Samsung has come up with a TV so stunning that 3D is only one of its attractions.
Excerpt: The Samsung 3D TV is awesome! It is really cool to be able to watch regular TV in 3D. The glasses are heavy duty and will last a long time. A downside about the glasses is that each pair costs 150 dollars, which is awfully expensive. If you buy the 3D TV everyone is going to want to come over and watch, so is paying 150 dollars for every pair of glasses really worth it?