"Let your eyes be the judge. Best picture quality PERIOD"
1 November 2011
Pros: The most dramatic contrast ratio. Blacks are as black as a high gloss grand piano finish. Most vibrant colors. Plasma TV colors look washed out and faded compared to this TV when side-by-side. A lot of people (even experts) down-play such a noticeable
Cons: The biggest con is the negatively biased reviews of this TV. There's a good reason why people spend considerably more for this TV over a panasonic plasma; especially when plasma TVs are much cheaper. The people who buy this TV base it on what they see w
Pros: Vivid clear picture in 2D or 3D. #d Is comfortable even for many hours. Changing a 2D HD movie to 3D makes it like a new movie. Even SD video looks very good. Watching Baseball and Football has been excellent. Color rendition is out of sight. I've seen
Cons: The remote is a little cumbersome and a little complicated.
Excerpt: First off, I love this TV. The brightness is very good. I try to position my TV so that it isn't in direct sunlight but there is a large window in my living room. Despite this the images don’t get washed out and the contrast is very good. Viewing angles are excellent also. I have a rather long L-shaped sofa which means that people on opposite ends of the sofa have an off-center view.
Pros: Excellent design. Picture quality was far supierior to the Plasma HDTVs on the list.
Cons: Uninformed sales staff will impede your purchase trying to steer you away from this tv based on claims of the fram cracking and picture issues. None of which were visible in any of the store models on display at multiple big box stores.
Pros: This is a slick looking tv. It works very well in my bright family room. The picture is extremely vivid and makes you feel like you're watching 3d images when you're not. It's light...my plasma was HEAVY! I've been told the 3-d is "cool".
Cons: It was set way too bright so we adjusted that and it's better now. Samsung advertised the free qwerty and glasses as included...BB salesman said they were both in the box. Neither were included and I had to either submit via internet or mail to get them