Excerpt: Great TV, the picture is very good, top quality based on others in this price range. This is used in my bedroom and the Smart features are tremendous, this is hooked into my NAS server through Wi-Fi and play movies with interruption. Remote could be a bit higher quality but not bad for this price range. Great connections, more than enough these days, super easy to hook up and setup, doesn't take two people.
Excerpt: Great resolution but the colors seem dark. Set up instruction was a bit confusing but we got it up eventually. Also, signal receptor is weak and often gets bumped out of On Demand on Time Warner. I dont know if this is TWC's or the equipment's fault.
Pros: Best looking TV out there, Great Sound Quality
Cons: Confusing / Bad Remote Control, Difficult To Set Up, Glare, Poor Reception / Weak Antenna
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. Sound quality is good but not as good at the video. 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