Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN22D5003 / UE22D5003
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The Perfect Kitchen TV
28 December 2013
Summary: I did my research on many TV's to find the right one to replace the old 15 inch (diameter) TV. I wanted a TV that was at least 19-22 inches (diameter) and discovered that most 19 inch screens were only 720p. My research found that there were ample models available with 1080p in the 22 inch (and above) models and that is where I maintained my focus.
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.
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.