It looks like the internal LEDs have malfunctioned and has a similar ...
James Moore, Amazon
15 May 2015
Summary: Bought one in August 2014. The screen broke in April 2015. It looks like the internal LEDs have malfunctioned and has a similar appearance to a cracked screen but internally as the external surface is still smooth to the touch.
Summary: Check out the AV forums before buying this TV. This, and some other Samsung "H" models still have a lip sync problem that is not fixed by the latest firmware. I recently bought and subsequently returned one of these TVs to John Lewis.
Excellent, except for PVR functionality for FreeSat HD when used with a USB disk (250GB SSD)
Slim Duiker, Amazon
5 December 2014
Summary: Excellent looking TV. Most of it is extremely easy to use, much better than my old Sony. Netflix and iPlayer load super fast compared to the Tivo box I'm retiring. Reading the Specs, it looked like I would be able to hook it up to Freesat HD and a USB hard drive and the TV would do all the PVR...
Samsung makes great TV's that are best in their class
Christopher J. Cowen, Amazon
28 September 2014
Summary: Samsung makes great TV's that surpass every other manufacturer in their class. I have two Samsung's in my house and I can tell you the image is beautiful. This TV has an LED screen and in my opinion this the way to go (LED is similar to LCD its back-lit better so that they are no dark spots on the...
Summary: This is not really a review of the tv or the seller. Just note that the 40'' model is not the same as the bigger ones. 1) The 40" doesn't have a built in subwoofer 2) The 40" set has a 600 Hz instead of 800 Hz clear motion rate 3) The 40" does not have the Ultra Clear Panel