Summary: This Samsung UN60D6000 60 inch tv was purchased recently, and has a manufacture date of November 2011. Yet it now wont turn on and has a clicking sound. Has anyone experienced this problem? I live overseas, so the cost to ship back to the USA is really high even though its still under warranty. Did anyone have the problem and had it resolved from a technician of the country which you reside (not USA)? Please share what the technician may have shared as the problem.
Summary: This would be a great product if it was not of the light bleeding issue. I was aware of this issue when I bought the TV, but it is very apparent when watching dark scenes and the bright spots are not just limited to the edges, they cover a great deal of the screen. Would not recommend buying this product. Keep away from it and look for another product with limited or non-existent backlight bleed issues, otherwise you may regret it. Go with LG or Sharp.
Summary: Let me start by saying I love the TV. I also have an 55 inch, LG, LCD TV. The Samsung 55 inch LED is better. However, I specifically purchased this TV for my living room so I could stream hockey games from the NHL GameCenter Live Ap. Don't waste your time. You can sign in once and then you'll get locked out of your account for three to four weeks. I called Samsung immediately thinking there was some sort of bug that just needed ironing out.
Summary: Like a Whole LOT of other folks out there, My Samsung TV started turning itself on and off continuously after two years of use. Samsung is evidently totally unconcerned about the crud that they are putting out there. So, DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. It's that simple. When a company knowingly produces a BAD PRODUCT and then Does Not Care At All About It's Customers, then it's time to move on and let others know to NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. Let's recap ...
Summary: I have just purchased the Samsung UN55D6000 less then four days ago, It will be returned. It has excellent picture quality, and some of the features on the remote control are nice, it has plenty of HDMI outlets to connect other devices. But when the TV started rebooting itself I thought it strange; after following steps in the manual under the troubleshooting guild, it didn't correct the problem.
Summary: I bought this with great hopes. Only to find all of the current Samsung models are using a glossy panel, rather than matte. While this might enhance black levels, it's a killer if you have any lighting on in front of the TV when watching, or indeed glare from windows during the day. When I sit in front of my TV, I don't expect to see myself, I expect to see the actual TV picture. Shame on you Samsung for not offering your customers the choice.