Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN46B6000 / UE46B6000 / UA46B6000
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Very good prodcut
10 June 2012
Summary: Well i bougth this TV like two years ago, i over paid for it, but it was the latest at the time, so you know how goes, it has a very nice picture, looks great and clear view of all the programs, nice prodcut.
Summary: I ordered this TV for my restaurant after some research. Ordered from Amazon. The TV is great. Crystal Clear picture. I hooked it up to an over the air antenna, and get about 24 digital channels. The supplier for these TV's is another story. They called me and said they were out of stock and wanted to substitute another TV, I said OK, I need a TV, the next day, that TV was suddenly unavailable, but for $300 more I could upgrade.
Summary: Love it, picture is great. I use this as 3rd computer monitor at work for large group reviews, as well as occasionally a TV. People are blown away by the HD picture from an antenna. Love it, very happy. I also purchased the dedicated Samsung hanging hardware looking for a slim look. Paid a fortune but it was supper easy to install. Look on U-tube for a 7 min video which goes through the hanging process, the included instructions are poor. You can thank me later.
Summary: The TV was delivered as promised- except for a delay due to an ice storm- Had them just bring it into the house and I set it up. The picture is impeccable. I purchased a Boston Acustic sound bar system with a wireless sub woofer- I only use it for movies. watching regular TV the sound is good. I am set up with digital cable- so the only annoying thing is using 2 remotes- Volume is controlled by the TV remote the channels by the cable remote.
Amazing LED TV! - All Black Image Not Amazing Though.
B. Bugnacki "VolvoBug", Amazon
26 March 2010
Summary: I got this TV in early March 2010 when the 2009 models were getting liquidated. Great deal as I got this TV from Amazon for $1300 with a free Samsung BluRay player, with 2 years of 0% interest on the Amazon Store Card. As for the TV, I use it primarily for playing Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 video game on XBOX and it looks amazing (turn on the Game Mode for this).
Summary: My six year old plasma finally gave up the ghost, and I spent a couple weeks researching manufacturers and models. Most of my friends have LCDs, and I always thought the picture was a bit inferior to the plasma. The new Samsung LED's have a picture that compares nicely to plasma. The blacks are black! I have not experienced any of the uneven picture that another reviewer posted.
Summary: I bought mine right when it came out and it's a few months old now. The screen is beautiful. The styling is much nicer than other models. The remote is improved over older models. The TV is lower power and generates less heat than other models. Screen glare is not a problem unless there are windows behind the screen. I don't see any glare at all with large windows to the side of the screen. The menu systems are improved over older models.
Summary: I had one 40inch LCD 720p in the living room for over 2 years. I was waiting for the price to drop so I could buy 46inch LCD 1080p for my bedroom. recently I went to local store and checked out some 46inch tv's with 60Hz priced around $1200. I went to check out the qualities, I immediated noticed big difference between 60Hz and 120Hz. I didn't know the difference would be that big of a deal but when the camera was moving, that's when I could tell the big difference.
If you're debating between less glossy Sony and thinner, glossier Samsun, read on...
A. Burns, Amazon
22 February 2010
Summary: I recently purchased a Sony 52" 52Z5100 LCD television. Ultimately, I ended up exchanging it for the Samsung on this page. Why? Well, read on. First, I had a 42" LCD projection 720p. Nice picture but time to upgrade. I always disliked glossy screened models but drooled over the thinness of the Samsung LED's. At Best Buy, I looked at all the TV's. I didn't care about 240hz b/c it's not a noticable difference over 120hz, so I was considering many displays.