Summary: - The tuner wasn't able to detect certain channels automatically or manually, even though I had these channels on my previous TV - The plastic frame has a kind of red glow at the bottom, which is very unpleasant - The logic of the menus is totally insane - Most of all, Samsung phone support was...
Summary: Bought this TV because I liked the 40 inch version I bought for my living room. This things is great. Has all the inputs I need to run xbox, cable, and computer. I will say the only annoying thing is these touchscreen buttons on the front have THE WORST contrast in the dark and the remote they give...
Summary: I've had this TV for a week so far and it's excellent. I'm using it in my living room for now but it will eventually find it's way into my bedroom. For my medium- to large-sized living room the TV is definitely small but it makes do for now.
Summary: I bought this TV because the screen size and slim design are a perfect fit for my dorm room. The TV has beautiful picture quality, my friends have even commented on how crystal clear it is whole watching various Blu-ray movies.
Summary: Unfortunately, my TV arrived, and it was dead. No picture, no audio. Samsung online support (via chat) suggested that I need to fill out a service request after attempting to troubleshoot what was wrong.
Summary: I like the TV real well. No problems with TV or shipping. I have one dislike, they engineered 2 HDMI ? cables that must enter the side view, instead of the preferred bottom. In my case it hasn't been a problem, but think about where you will be mounting it.
Summary: This review covers the 22inch HDTV and also a recently purchased 26 inch Samsung. Both are excellent sets with easy installation & exceptional picture quality. These sets are a part of our multimedia system where the main set is a 1.5 yr old 52 inch HDTV Samsung.