Reviews and Problems with Samsung PS64E8000 / PN64E8000
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Worked fine at first
P. Giakoumis "Raven", Amazon
17 September 2014
Summary: Worked fine at first, then it started turning off all by itself several months into owning it. Called Samsung, they had a tech replace the motherboard (over two visits). Now, I have a dead line showing up on the display after the warranty expired. This was a lemon from the beginning.
Samsung PN64E8000 HDTV great visuals, video processor under-engineered
21 August 2014
Summary: This Plasma Samsung PN64E8000 64" HDTV is beautiful, has great visuals, but trying to use the internet browser feature is a crock by Samsung. The processing power is purposely horrendously slow and freezes onscreen video rendering making online surfing impossible with the original processor.
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.
Summary: If you're doing your research on this TV and reading these reviews, listen to everyone complaining about buzzing or humming sounds. It's really bad! It emanates from the front of the TV and you can still hear it even with the sound up pretty high. Every time there is a quiet scene in a movie. . .
Ahh, the Samsung Buzz continues, great image though.
Red Fox, Amazon
21 August 2012
Summary: Despite being assured that the buzz has not been heard on any recent Samsung Models, there it is, not from any speakers but from the Plasma Screen. The service tech said it was a normal buzz for this Model and sold me a $50 Monster Cable noise cleaning surge supressor. No help.
Summary: I'm so disappointed. This is probably the best quality image on the market, no doubt about it. But the TV emits a buzz noise that forces me to turn up the volume! And it's not the type of noise you only hear if putting your ear on the tv: I can hear it from 12 feet away!