Reviews and Problems with Samsung UA46F7500 / UN46F7500 / UE46F7500
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Very pleased w/ this UN46F7500 46 inch!
30 March 2014
Summary: The Panasonic I wanted didn't fit. So, I opted for the slightly less expensive 7500 Samsung. Haven't set up the wifi yet, but the set is of very good quality, so far. The 3D works easily and well. There are more smart features, like the smart hub to set up, but already the set honed in on my cable box. The Sam-remote operated the cable box w/in minutes. I can even use a menu of voice commands to mute, raise/lower volume & change channels. Nifty!
Summary: Basically, this is an excellent TV that has been made difficult to use. If I were rating just the picture, it would get 5 stars. The remote control, with a trackpad instead of traditional numbers, is very maddening; to change the channel, you have to hit one button to make the numbers appear on the screen, and then you have to swipe your finger across the trackpad to get to the first digit, press the trackpad to register that digit, then swipe to get to the second...
Pros: excellent picture
Cons: remote is difficult to use; extra gimmicks like motion control or voice control are useless;
Summary: Picture quality is quite nice once you cailbrate it (YES! You MUST calibrate your TVs! Out of box is NEVER the best picture). Features and plenty and function without any noticable flaws. Only problem is the TV came with a broken motherboard. Picture came up, but with a big vertical line on the left side. Called Samsung and after three calls they sent a technician out to check out the TV. Switched out the motherboard, works great.
Summary: Excellent TV, with plenty of picture adjustment options to let you tweak the picture to your liking. Has better black levels than my older Sony model. It has a good selection of apps, including HBO Go. The Netflix app includes titles in 3D; Netflix doesn't have very many 3D titles available for streaming, but hopefully they'll add more. The voice and motion controls are interesting, but I've turned them off; they aren't that responsive or convenient to use.
Pros: Excellent picture. Good selection of apps. Nice remote.
Summary: This TV has a fabulous picture including for the first 3D movie I've ever watched. I did not make any adjustments. I haven't connected a home audio receive yet. To connect the stand, the guide sated that getting it level meant proper arrangement of the legs. Mine still isn't level but put a small pad under 1 leg to balance. The set up was simple including to my Direct TV DVR. After a month I am still not using many of the Smart TV functions, but give me time.
Pros: The TV is light so mounting on a wall would not be a problem but wasn't for me, the 240Hz does provide great viewing the NCAA Basketball Tournament and 3D movies.
Cons: Not many - but the stand could be better but it was easy to connect even if not level by 1/8".
Summary: i did my research and checked out the specs of this particular tv and found it most affordable for quality and state of the art fashion. It has voice control, 3d viewing (you get 4 pairs of nice 3d glasses), and it a bunch of apps that are helpful. I actually use this tv more than my mac. Deff worth every penny!!
Summary: I already had the Samsung 46" 3D TV, but the D series, so I couldn't upgrade with the Evolution Kit. I set this up last night and fought and fought the Internet Connection to my wireless router, which is necessary to use the Smart features. I finally got on Samsung support and found that my router, the Cisco Linksys EA4500 Media Stream N900 Smart Wi-Fi Router, had issues with this TV and Samsung wrote a patch and put it in firmware available as a download from their...