Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN55C9000 / UE55C9000 / UA55C9000
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3 January 2011
Conclusion: The Samsung UN55C9000 is one of the premium 3D TVs that will be released in 2010. From our early impressions and the TV specifications, it looks like a great TV for consumers who are looking for a premium 3D TV with a “WOW” factor. It has some really neat features like the touch screen remote and internet apps. Finally, the 1080p 240Hz LED backlit LCD panel promises an excellent viewing experience for consumers, whether it be 2D or 3D content.
Summary: In everything we try to be fair, accurate and as objective as possible when it comes to testing hardware. In the past, LCD reviews were done completely subjectively, but we have purchased some equipment that takes some of this out of the equation. Take a look at our LCD Testing methodology over here to get a better idea of how we test LCDs.
Pros: Ultra thin TV, Includes ultra-thin wall mount kit, Touchscreen remote, Upconverts 2D to 3D very well, Full network media support, Apps, Widgets and Internet@TV, Very good image quality, 4 HDMI inputs + Component
Cons: Expensive, Not all remote features work with Cable or Satellite
Excerpt: The Samsung UN55C9000 3D TV is currently Samsung’s premium 55 inch flat panel TV. With an ultra-slim profile, a sleek and sophisticated styling, and all the bells and whistles from Samsung included, this 3D TV is vying for a spot as the best 3D TV in the market. Read on to learn about the features and performance of the TV and see how it compares with other top tier 3D TVs from other manufacturers.
Summary: The Samsung UN55C9000 3D TV is currently Samsung’s premium 55 inch flat panel TV with an ultra-slim profile, a sleek and sophisticated styling, and all the bells and whistles from Samsung included, this 3D TV is vying for a spot as the best 3D TV in the market. It has some really neat features like the touch screen remote and internet apps.
Conclusion: Some may question the need behind ultra expensive pieces home entertainment equipment like the UN55C9000 and they’re right to do so. Why? Because for the vast majority of consumers, it just doesn’t make sense to spend obscene amounts of money on an HDTV which doesn’t perform all that much better than less expensive products. And yet we have to remember that Samsung never intended this to appeal to mom and pop down the street.
This $10,000 Samsung LED TV is super-thin and stylish
Good Gear Guide.au
1 March 2011
Summary: Samsung's Series 9 (UA55C9000) 3D LED television is a very expensive proposition, with no change left over from $10,000. It is very stylish and well built, it has good picture quality and packs plenty of included features. It's not perfect -- the touchscreen remote control is a disappointment, and it doesn't have the best picture quality we've seen from an LED TV -- and the price tag is several thousand dollars too high, but overall it's an impressive product.
Pros: Excellent industrial design, good picture quality, great features
Cons: Touchscreen remote control is unnecessarily difficult to use, exorbitant price tag, no integrated Wi-Fi, no Skype camera support
Conclusion: The UE55C9000 is a head-turner of a TV. Exquisitely made, and blessed with Samsung’s most advanced picture technology, it’s much more than just another big 3D telly. For the market-leading Koreans this is a statement product - and comes with a price tag to match. In truth, the screen isn’t flawless, its 3D performance is compromised by crosstalk and the touchscreen remote is a spectacular fail. But to carp is to miss the point.
Excerpt: Samsung's 9 Series screens represent the pinnacle of its TV range. Designed with money-no-object flair, the models – available in 40, 46 and 55-inch sizes – combine the very latest in LED backlighting techniques and picture processing modes with 3D capability.
Excerpt: Voilà ce qui se passe quand on demande à des ingénieurs de se lâcher ! Plus qu’un écran, c’est une vitrine technologique du savoir-faire du constructeur coréen. La finesse de l’écran est exceptionnelle avec moins de 7,7 mm. En fait, il bat même le LG nano-LED testé en page 36. D’ailleurs si nous avions reçu ce téléviseur un peu plus en amont du bouclage, nous lui aurions même accordé une double page dédiée. Le design et la qualité de fabrication sont à couper le souffle.
Pros: Design, Équipement ultra-complet
Cons: Prix, Télécommande douteuse, Images fantômes en 3D