Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN55ES7500 / UE55ES7500 / UA55ES7500
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Good TV, BUT
Robert Batey, Amazon
7 August 2013
Summary: The TV performs well and picture quality is great. But I've switched back to the "old fashionrd" remote because the new "touch" input is harder for me to use; It may not be for those more familiar with this type input. I actually received a 2013 model vs the 2012 ordered. I thought the shipping was slow, as it took about 12 days for the order to arrive in TN from TX. When setting the TV up I found the 3D glasses and another component were missing from the box.
Summary: The TV is definitely nice. But It was not mentioned in the specifications that it is for US only. This TV is not a multisystem TV. So if your DVD/Bluray player or Satelite decoder doesn't support NTSC, the TV will not work.
Not Bad, but has noticable backlight bleedthrough when viewing dark scenes.
19 November 2012
Summary: Well, I really wanted to love this TV. It looks great in normal daylight viewing conditions, the colors are very bright and vibrant and the picture is crisp and clear. If I only wanted to use this TV for daylight viewing, I would give it 5 stars. But, like other edge-lit TVs (or so I have read), this TV has noticeable back-light bleed through when viewing a dark scene in a darkened viewing environment.
Summary: The picture quality is outstanding. The voice control features are pretty lame. I purchased this unit about two months ago and I've already had to request warranty service because it power cycles off and on at random intervals. This is not related to voice control because I have disabled it. This unit was a replacement for a 36" Sony CRT that I had for 14 years. Never had a single problem with it. I currently own one Sony and one Sharp LCD.
Summary: I've had the TV for a month now and I can't get over how great the picture quality is, both in 3D and 2D. Gesture control and Voice Control takes some time to get used to...it's not as sensitive as the Wii or like-devices. Other than the bells and whistles that you're basically paying for, there is one major drawback that I'm having a heck of a time fixing/figuring out (because Samsung customer support is convinced it's user-error; which it could very well be..