Summary: Its been over 3 years now and I still love it. Although I would recommend customers to buy a new latest model. This model does have lot of Apps for internet, but it doesnt have the browser. So you cant browse sites. The new samsung TVs have a built in browser which is certainly much more useful. In any case, I still like this TV.
Summary: I was researching TV's for about 6 months. I finally decided on my Samsung 46C6500. Wow, I couldn't have made a better choice! This TV is soooooo clear it's amazing. I purchased it for my basement entertainment area and it's perfect. With my surround sound speakers it's like being at the movies. In my opinion, Samsung makes the BEST TV's. After I purchased it through Amazon, and it showed up at my home in TWO days!
Summary: The screen is super thin, the speakers aren't home theater but have a good range in tone and are loud enough. I spent several hours a day looking at different TV's for over a month and I always came back to this one. I am glad I did. Best purchase I've ever made.
Really good TV. Needs picture adjustments out of the box
James M, Amazon
17 March 2011
Summary: I was about to write a mildly negative review of this tv, since I wasn't pleased with the picture quality. And no amount of fiddling with settings seemed to help. But I did find that someone wrote their review below and included their recommended picture settings. This completely solved my issue and now I can't be happier with it. Just be aware that out of the box, the settings are almost all set to the max (backlight, brightness, etc.).
Summary: I purchased this TV after being robbed. I had a Samsung 46" LCD before, so I figured I'd upgrade to the LED. It was delivered via freight, so you have to take some time for that (kudos to the freight company--I called to let them know I was tight on time and they were there immediately). Overall, I am very pleased with the TV. Pros: *Bright, deep and rich color *Internet apps.
Summary: We ordered this TV after seeing it at Sam's, when they were out of stock I dedided to check Amazon and found a comparable price/better model. I have ordered several smaller items from Amazon and have always been pleased, but was a bit skeptical about ordering such a large item, especially an LED TV. I was very pleased with the whole process.
Summary: My Sony Bravia TV died and I needed a replacement. I decided this time I around that I would switch to Samsung from Sony so I deliberated between all the options and model choices available. It basically came down to 3D vs. Non-3D. And we decided since 3D was so much in its infancy to forego it for this generation and save a little money too. Plus, we don't like the idea of wearing those silly glasses either.
Summary: Just got the 55 inch version of this. Happy so far. Here's some info that would have helped me. - - - The Remote - - - I uploaded a pic. Sensible. Tasteful. Large, clean markings. Back-light. Odd that there's a "Yahoo!" button. - - - The Frame - - - Why do so many expensive TVs have a GLOSSY black frame that draws attention to warpage and molding flaws and also adds distracting reflections? Seems like they're trying real hard to make an expensive product look junky.