Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN46EH5000 / UE46EH5000 / UA46EH5000
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Not good for USB files
Michael W., Newegg
8 January 2015
Summary: I replaced my LG TV with this one. I should have bought another LG. This TV is not worth the retail price
Pros: Easy setup TV works fine Good picture in movie mode Good sound in movie mode The joystick button under the screen can be helpful Good screen size Audio can play from TV and external system at same time
Cons: I rarely watch actual TV. I just play videos from the USB drive. This TV is disappointing here: - The USB is not a input source. To switch to USB, the remote has a special Media button which is not on my universal remote so I'm stuck using the original remote. - The TV has no memory of which vide...
Summary: The TV itself was fine, but when it arrived, I didn't notice a tear in the box, until I set the tv up and turned it on. There was a slice about 1 1/2 inch long, right down the middle of the screen.
Summary: This is just a plain old LED TV, nothing special makes it worth over $500. No internet capabilities, poor sound quality and a limited ability to extend its capabilities. I returned it after finding a Vizio for less than $100 more that has all the options and picture quality that Samsung's Smart TV's...
Summary: If you want an unprocessed, pixel-perfect picture, make sure you rename the primary HDMI input to PC INPUT. Even though it's under the "rename" function, it also causes the unit to bypass the image processor (aka image mangler). What a stupid design.
Pros: This TV Looks and performs nicely. At the time I bought it, it was a great 1080p display for its size and price.
Cons: If you care about image quality, don't plan on ever watching interlaced video on this unit. The built-in de-interlacer is horrible, makes the picture muddy and grainy, and screws up the contrast big time. I had to reconfigure my satellite receiver to output 720p since 1080i looked horrible.