Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS64E8000 / PN64E8000
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12 months 3 weeks it went lights out. No red power LED in the lower left corner
cathie m lindseth, Amazon
18 March 2014
Summary: Called Samsung. Said its 12 months 3 weeks old. They said out of warranty. They setup a local authorized repair company. The called 5 days later. They said it is one of two power supply related circuit boards it will cost around $360 to repair. They called back said they would be onsite to fix Saturday March 15, 2014. They called Friday and said Samsung did not deliver the parts and they are on back order. They said they expect them Tuesday March 18, 2014.
Summary: My wife was concerned about the size and learning another remote control. She does not complain about the size and loves the remote since it does all the functions including getting Netflix. The clarity is excellent and I cannot easily distinguish between a Blu-ray or regular DVD because the picture quality is so high. The picture is visible from all angles and bright even in daylight.
Summary: This has been the best t.v. I have owned. 3D is great. I did not know what to expect and have been very happy. Still learning to operate but the voice recognition works well. Best part is that even though it is bigger that the t.v. it replaced, the screen and not the cabinet is bigger.
Summary: I love samsung for android and the pic on these tvs are good. but thats alot of money too spend. Also the blue tooth modelure went out three times .Samsung was great about sending it to the shop, but not replacing it after repeated problems for same thing and they said they would. what good it 3000,00 plus tv to you if it doesnt work and is always in the shop. You can get these feature alot cheaper by adding them on a better tv .
Summary: Wonderful. Bells, whistles, sirens are all there and easily accessible. I think. Perhaps one day I will find them all, but for now, one would be foolish to complain about any element of this outstanding television. I think today's higher end TV pictures are all quite spectacular with this one surely being among them. If there might be a niggling down side, perhaps the built in sound is weak, and perhaps the electronic feature set is simply too cute by half.
Summary: I won't bore you with a long review here. I read the reviews about cracked screens, loud buzzing, image retention, and the various other reported problems with this set. I am glad I decided to go to CNET and watch their video review in which the reviewer states this is the best picture he has ever seen on a Samsung tv. I am also very happy I read reviews on other tech sites and forums where it was stated this set had the best 3d they had ever seen.
Summary: I love it, but then I love big tvs. It has a great picture. It's got a lot of kitchy features, which work but they are a little glitchy so you have to learn how to use them. The 3D is very good, and I was surprised to learn that the 3D worked for Call of Duty on my Playstation 3. The conversion is pretty good too. I usually watch spots in 3D if they aren't on ESPN3D. Most other TV I watch in 2D.