Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS64D8000 / PN64D8000
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Samsung PN64D8000 Review
7 November 2011
Conclusion: Given Samsung’s strong brand and the PN64D8000’s excellent performance and slim design, we think it is entirely possible that this TV could redefine the public’s perception of plasma TV technology. If that happens, the divergence in price between plasma and LCD could close significantly. Right now, we’re seeing a street price for this TV at around $1,800. Samsung’s LED-backlit equivalent, the UN55D8000, currently goes for about $2,500 from the same retailers.
Pros: Superb color accuracy, Excellent black levels and brightness, Built-in Wi-Fi, Thin and light (for a plasma), Bluetooth QWERTY remote
Cons: Some motion artifacts, Unattractive stand, No Amazon Instant Video app
Conclusion: Although plasma technology may be looked on as old news, for consumers of larger TVs like the Samsung PS64D8000 it makes perfect sense. This TV offers a staggeringly good picture, is relatively affordable for the technology on offer, and would grace even the largest of living rooms.
Pros: For all its features, the best bit about the Samsung PS64D8000 is the picture quality. The plasma screen measures in at 64 inches – big enough to fill even the largest abode – and it offers stunning colour reproduction. Blacks are among the deepest we've seen on any TV, with crisp whites and a great contrast on offer. The Samsung PS64D8000 is packed with other technology too. It features active 3D, and comes with a pair of 3D specs. The Samsung PS64D8000 is also a Ful...
Cons: The Samsung PS64D8000 is a great TV, but it's a shame that you only get one pair of 3D glasses. They're not cheap to buy, and if your friends and family want to join in on the 3D action, then it could cost quite a bit of money.
Samsung Series 8 TV review: Samsung's best plasma has 3D, Smart TV and a thin design
Good Gear Guide.au
6 October 2011
Summary: The 2011 edition of Samsung's Series 8 plasma is, as we'd expected, an impressive piece of technology. Its sound and visuals are great, and the inclusion of various 'Smart TV' features makes the Series 8 a useful multimedia device as well as a traditional TV. The built-in Web browser isn't perfect and we'd definitely prefer a notebook if one was close to hand, and some of the features are a little imperfect, but the Series is is nonetheless a big step forward from the...
Pros: Excellent picture quality, Great design, Impressive sound quality from a thin TV
Cons: The Series 6 might be slightly better value, EPG is slow to load and navigate
Excerpt: For a cinematic, bigscreen viewing experience a giant plasma is hard to beat. The technology has always had its fans, not least because it’s simply more cinematic than LED LCD TVs. But if you’re on the hunt for a big PDP, one brand that might not spring immediately to mind is Samsung. This isn’t exactly surprising. The LCD market leader tends to treat the technology like the proverbial evil twin locked in the attic. This is undoubtedly a shame.
Excerpt: The Samsung PS64D8000 plasma is arguably the most eagerly awaited 3D TV so far this year. Its immense 64-inch screen fits nicely into the generally accepted 'bigger is better' mantra, while gas technology has consistently proved superior to LCD or LED at suppressing the dreaded crosstalk noise.
Conclusion: Il Samsung PS64D8000FQ è un device di ultima generazione caratterizzato da tecnologie estremamente Smart che ne consentono l'utilizzo anche online integrando vari aspetti 2.0 che ne permettono un utilizzo estremamente Smart e tecnologicamente avanzato. L'unico aspetto "negativo" lo possiamo trovare nell'assenza degli occhialini 3D di ultima generazione che non sono presenti nella confezione di vendita ma che l'utilizzatore finale dovrà comrpare a parte, a meno che non...
Pros: Wireless LAN integrata ; Clear Motion Rate 800 Hz; 3D HyperReal Engine; Smart Design; Smart 3D; Smart Naviga