Reviews and Problems with Samsung UA46F7500 / UN46F7500 / UE46F7500
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Samsung, I could leave it
Russ "Gorloth", Amazon
9 December 2013
Summary: Here goes. Basically there are currently 4 technologies that compete for your your home. AMOLED, LCD w/white LED backlighting (this tv being reviewed) Plasma and DLP. Well DLP is just about dead. It's almost like VHS vs Beta. It's history. So now there are 3 left. Plasma is being discontinued.
Avoid the lure of the great picture, poor quality construction on every aspect of this tv.
21 November 2013
Summary: I Hate to give a bad Samsung review but every Tv i've owned has had a major malfunction to the point of paying too much to repair or scrappign it. I'm already worried about this tv. Let me start by saying the picture quality is amazing. The 3d is great. Tv setup is very simplistic.
Awesome Picture; Atrocious Battery Life for Smart Touch Remote
B-52 Flyer, Amazon
13 September 2013
Summary: The picture on this TV is amazing. It looks like the actors are actually in the room. The smart TV features are pretty good -- No serious complaints. The 4-leg base / stand looks cool, but it turns out it's a terrible idea because it severely limits positioning options on narrow tables/shelves.
Summary: After 1 week of ownership I was worried I made a mistake. Now a month later I realize I did. Many glitches. Wireless connection is terrible. Samsung must have used a cheap wireless adapter, or after reading other reviews, the wireless adapter is defective and Samsung knows it.
Terrible wireless adapter, remote and documentation
13 September 2013
Summary: When I had continuous problems with streaming (TV drops wireless connection every 20 minutes or so), I thought it might be the software. Updated to Samsung's latest version -- same problems. Finally I had to go with a wired ethernet connection.
Summary: I upgraded to the UN60F7500 from a six-year-old Sharp 46" LCD. So you can imagine how much better (and bigger) the picture looks. Yes, it's great though I am not sure how much of it is due to my eyes adjusting to a much bigger screen and how much of it is just the progress of the technology.