Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN22D5003 / UE22D5003
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1080p at 22" w/ Samsung quality and less than $200. Good buy!
nicdnyc "nicdnyc", Amazon
11 October 2013
Summary: I got this for $197 to give as a Christmas gift (2012). There's a newer model UN22F5000 for $177 (as of October 2013). It replaced an old flat-screen, non HD, kitchen TV for my parents. I have zero complaints. It's light and thin. It was the only 1080p option I could find at such a small size.
Summary: very good TV, picture is very bright and view angle is wide, sound is a litle low, but in general, is a very good product and the price is also great, i recommend this tv for a bedroom or somewhere else in your home.
Summary: I have two of these sets. The 1080p picture is truly amazing with a good signal. The one real complaint is that the set does not have audio out. That's a pretty serious fault for our use, because at certain times we use RF headphones with the tv silent. This wasn't a deal breaker for me,though. I'm an engineer and installed audio out jacks, but for most, it would be a noticeable fault. Hence, the 4 stars instead of 5.
Summary: In addition, note that in the 2011 model UN22D5000, it is the VERSION AY02 that is the SUPERIOR MODEL, compared with the older VERSION AY01. I had both. Samsung in general no longer makes high quality models in the 2012 "E" series, unless it is in the very high-end ones (in prices).
Samsung UN22D5003 22 inch 1080P 60 HTZ LED TV 2011 model
6 June 2013
Summary: Is great ! The only thing I couldnt get to work was an external speaker from the yellow "speaker jack". Perhaps, it must be a powered speaker in order to hear it? Not exactly sure though. The sound from the built in speakers is really good though for a tv of this size. Picture good, remote good. It is advertised at 120htz, its not. but, for a tv of this size, it does not need to be.
Summary: Samsung quality, decent 1080 picture, remote is intuitive, but I didn't think to look for an audio-out jack on it- all the other 7 TVs I have bought recently had one, so why look for something so obvious? But this TV doesn't have any audio line-outs. No digital coax, no optical, no stereo RCA, no even a crummy 1/8" headphone jack. I bought it to use with an XBOX and had to buy another adapter to use HDMI for the picture with the sound from the XBOX going to a receiver.