Reviews and Problems with Samsung UE46F5500 / UA46F5500 / UN46F5500
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Hup, B&H Photo
6 March 2014
Excerpt: TV used in a moderately lit area with very little screen reflection. Easy to set up right out of the box. I adjusted the video settings per Consumer Reports' recommendations but did not see that much of a difference. The factory defaults are quite good.<br /><br />Sound quality is good but not as good at the video.<br /><br />Nice sleek design.
Pros: Best looking TV out there, Easy To Set Up, Energy Efficient, Good Remote Control, Great Picture Quality, LED-backlit, Reduced Glare
Excerpt: I read online that Samsung owns the Smart TVs. Sony's interface isn't as friendly as Samsung. As soon as I turned it on, it's been awesome. I have Netflix so it was quite convenient to have a button on the remote to just push. I am thinking about getting the same one for my office. Love it.
Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Best looking TV out there, Best Smart Tv, Easy To Set Up, Good Remote Control, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound Quality
Summary: As I write this review, I have to tell myself the truth. The blacks and colors are not as "rich" as my old television. I could not find a replacement model for our older television. I wanted to put the Samsung back in the box, but for 2014 this seems to be the best the market has to offer. I honestly feel I may have bought a "lemon" from the distributor, because the Samsung televisions in the store seem to have the proper color settings. Good luck.
Pros: The Smart television option is a real upgrade to our nightly entertainment. The screen is a step up over our old 42" flat screen. All high definition videos are as clear as the televisions I viewed in the stores.
Cons: I have to constantly adjust picture settings as the source changes. I even tried to match the Samsung to my old picture settings. My old television has a far superior and "richer" picture. Yes, a sound bar is a necessity.