Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN22D5000 / UE22D5000 / UA22D5000
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Annoying difficult to find the actual price.
Esten R., Newegg
13 December 2011
Summary: The amount of effort required to find out you are going to save thirty bucks is absurd. Probably a nice TV, but I shouldn't have to go to the point of being 1 click away from submitting the order to find out what I am going to pay.
Pros: I don't own this TV, can't really comment on this. My rating isn't based on my knowledge of the product, just my shopping experience in determining its price.
Cons: I don't own this TV, can't really comment on this. I know this review won't help you make a decision, I just didn't know where else to provide feedback on my shopping experience.
Summary: Just purchased this product to replace a Vizio 22" 720p which had horribly slow response times when using Time Warner's guide. The response time problem seems to be resolved (due to better electronics in the Samsung I assume) and the picture quality is quite good.
Summary: This Samsung 22-inch TV needs a fairly easy assembly of the TV and its base. My husband and I did it, but the connection between the base and the body of the TV was unstable and spindly.It had to be returned by UPS.
Summary: It hooked up easy and is very lightweight. The articulating arm that was reccomended fit perfect and in a matter of minutes I had it hung on the wall and working. Now for the bad part... the sound quality sucks .... my ipad has better sound than this...I expected a little more.
Summary: It is a great looking item. Picture quality is fine. However, there is a fading of the picture in the lower left hand corner of the screen that detracts from the quality that I am working with Samsung to get rid of. Sound quality is acceptable but not superior.
Summary: I've only had this TV for three days and the poor sound quality is driving me crazy! No matter what setting it's on (movie, music, clear voice, etc) it sounds horrible (like a harsh AM radio)!
Summary: Purchased this TV to replace a Samsung T260HD that has been great as a "hybrid" monitor. This TV was going to be used for 50/50 computer monitor & PS3 gaming for a child's room. Unfortunately it's come time to replace the T260HD due to a loose rear HDMI connector and just looking outdated compared...