Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN46EH5300 / UE46EH5300
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Worst Purchase Ever
28 June 2015
Pros: Worked great for like 6 months.
Cons: Then the problems started. Random shutoffs, Did this for months. Through multiple calls to Samsung "Customer Service" i updated through multiple versions of software, turned off valuable features of the tv, you know, the things that make you purchase something, multiple resets. Now this tv, after...
Summary: Good picture but very dumb for a smart tv. Forget streaming sports. No flash player!! Customer service said install app. App requires flash player!! I didn't need to pay for a smart tv for Netflix or Facebook. Picture and sound decent. Nothing special!
Summary: Frequent internet connection problems (wireless connection often drops for no reason), annoying App interface, feels clunky and slow during start-up... If you're hooking up other devices to it, it works pretty well...
Summary: Takes about 30 seconds to connect to the wi-fi when you first turn it on. It doesn't have very many channel selections. I was hoping it could replace my Roku, but it is a big letdown. It freezes a lot and you have to turn it off and back on again to unfreeze it. Lots of bugs and glitches.
Picture is fine. The constant software updates are annoying and intrusive
2 May 2013
Summary: Picture is fine. The constant software updates are annoying and intrusive. The "smart" features are virtually unusable as they are so slow to respond and apps frequently crash. Tip: turn on the TV about 2-3 minutes before you actually want to start watching something using the "smart" apps because...
Samsung's motto: self destruct right after warranty runs out.
Single Tech Geek Mom, Amazon
2 May 2013
Summary: I liked the picture quality quite a bit when it was working. Using the apps, menus, etc. was painfully slow. Like clockwork, just over a year old, and the display quit working completely. It is like it knew the warranty expired and it was time to break to force me to buy a new one.
Summary: It says it is a 1080p TV but I had to lower my resolution output through my Nvidia graphics card to 1842x1026 to get my picture to actually fit to the screen. Additionally, when watching cable it was cutting off about an inch of the picture on the left and the bottom.
Summary: Out of the box, TV picture was green. Had to go into Tools and change default Picture Mode to remove the green tint. When viewing video from the USB drive, for every video you must remove the green from the picture.
Pros: Built in WiFi, network connectivity and DivX USB support. Good picture quality.
Cons: Cannot play internet media content - NO Flash support. Default picture is green for everything - cannot adjust out the green manually and cannot change the default.