Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN40EH5000 / UE40EH5000 / UA40EH5000
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Damaged when I received it.
31 December 2013
Summary: Hard to rate this one in particular because it was damaged when I received it. I don't know why the television manufacturers don't do more to protect their product. The boxes these televisions come in are flimsy. They at least need to better protect the screen, which is very vulnerable in these boxes. I have always liked Samsung products and I'm sure this is at least a decent TV.
Summary: The only instructions that came w/ the set were for assembly of the TV to the stand. No set-up sheets were included. You CAN scan a code on the box w/ a smart phone for further instructions. Only problem? I don't have a smart phone yet. So, at this point, I have no working remote control and no way of using any of the set's advanced features.
Summary: This is not the slimmest, nor the greatest TV, but works very well for the bedroom. I chose it, for it's decent picture quality and the full-array LED back-light in such an inexpensive TV (got it on Black Friday sale). It is however very basic. No smart TV features - that was intentional as I dislike the Samsung Smart Hub for 2011/2012. Only 2 HDMI inputs.
Many DON'T HAVE SAMSUNG PANELS - HUGE quality difference
20 October 2012
Summary: Many of these TVs don't have a Samsung panel (the screen/the part that has/makes the image!)! I cannot believe this has not been mentioned. It makes a SUBSTANTIAL difference, because some panels they use should be in TV's that cost $100 less. [...] Can you imagine buying a car because you know its manufacturer uses great, reliable engines, only to find out that they use completely different engines without telling you, all of which are of lower quality?