Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN46C8000 / UE46C8000 / UA46C8000
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Samsung UE46C8000 TV
27 May 2012
Conclusion: The ability to be able to reduce the backlighting setting (which is shoved up to maximum, along with contrast) when playing a 3D film is welcome too, as the 46C8000 doesn’t become as dim as some competitors when you’re wearing your Samsung specs.
Excerpt: Samsung’s latest product marketing and all the technologies of the Korean house. The price is certainly not negligible, but it is a 46-inch LCD TV with LED backlight, dimming Precision, ultra-thin cabinet, playback rate of 200 Hertz, ready to connect wirelessly with other devices and the ability to produce three-dimensional images.
Excerpt: (1 items) Editor's note: This review of the Samsung C8000 series is based on our hands-on testing and evaluation of the 55-inch UN55C8000 . According to the manufacturer, the image quality and features should be equivalent for each TV in this model line. Samsung again advances to the head of the class with theSeries 8 line of LED-backlit 1080p LCD TVs.
Pros: Great video and solid audio in a thin package, Top-notch Internet apps, including Skype
Cons: Pricey for its class, Remote could be easier to use
Conclusion: The Samsung UN46C8000 is an impressive LED 3D TV announced by Samsung for 2010. From our early impressions and the TV features and specifications, it seems like an excellent 3D Ready television for those consumers who are in the market for a reasonably large 3D TV without having to pay a premium for extra bells and whistles associated with the flagship 9000 Series.
Excerpt: The Samsung UN46C8000 3D TV is a 46 inch 3D ready display that is part of Samsung’s 8000 Series of LED based LCD HDTVs. While the 8000 series has is lacking in some of the bells and whistles of the flagship 9000 series (Including the lack of the revolutionary touch screen remote control ) this 3D television has an excellent feature set with great picture quality and an ultra-slim profile with gorgeous looks.
Excerpt: Hitting that sweetspot between too small and way too big, the 46in Samsung LED 8000 UE46C8000 screen is enough to provide the eye with more of the fireworks but less of the waterworks. And with a price tag of £1,300, time appears to have served only to make it better value for money.
Excerpt: It's rash to make assumptions about TVs from the same range, but there are some things that you can take for granted here if you've already read the Samsung UE40C8000 review. The looks, for instance. It's the same with spec and ergonomics, too: the same shiny, slightly unintuitive remote control, the same excellent on-screen menus.
Pros: Big spec, slim frame, vibrant dynamic pictures, half-decent sound
Cons: Colour can be oversaturated, cross-talk can occasionally be discerned