Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN65ES8000 / UE65ES8000 / UA65ES8000
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Great picture... O.K. blacks...kinda pointless apps.
Mark A. Donohoe "Tom and Jerry", Amazon
9 August 2013
Summary: The picture is stellar on this unit. It really shines. Colors are vibrant, the pixels respond fast so there's no ghosting like you see on other sets, fast refresh rate so you can do smoothing or good-quality 3D with minimal L/R ghosting (I never could remove it completely, but I could enough that it didn't bother you.) Incredibly light set. I lifted it easily by myself up onto a wall-mounted rack after attaching the mount-hooks on the back of the set.
some random guy writing about stuff that he buys, Amazon
1 May 2013
Summary: Been about a month since I have had this tv now: Pros: Bright 3D Cons: Whenever the video is all dark, you can see this two bright patches in the middle of the tv neutral: hand motion - cool idea, but playing angry bird on it is very very tiresome -_-
Beautiful picture but extra features not very useful
Richard Irwin, Amazon
26 April 2013
Summary: The set has a great picture and the 3D is very good. The motion control is limited and is activated when I don't want it to. I turned this feature off after a week. Voice control is also not very useful except when used as an alternative to entering text for internet searches. I feel the set was a bit over-priced but I am still very happy with this purchase.
Summary: Have had our UN60ES8000 for 4 months now. This is a uber attractive model but that usually is the case with this brand and looks are not the most important for some, how it handles is... We own 1 Pioneer (the best Plasmas ever made from my point of view) and 3 Samsung top of the line Plasmas due to Samsung's great knack for the plasma picture quality on their higher end models.
Summary: I purchased my first Samsung TV in August 2009, the UN55B8000. This was the first or one of the first LED TVs Samsung introduced. The TV has and continues to perform great. However, I wanted to upgrade to a larger screen, so I decided to go with the UN65ES8000. Amazon was offering it at a very competitive price of $2699 with free shipping. The TV was shipped and received promptly.
Summary: We got this tv to replace our old 65in DLP model which sucked in more ways than I can name. Besides being much more energy efficient the picture is very sharp and the colors are true and brilliant. The smart TV features are never ending with HBO and Netfllix streaming content. I have also copied 150 of my favorite movies to a 500GB hard drive which is connected to a USB port in the back of the TV so I can view my faves at the touch of the remote.
Summary: The Samsung UN65ES8000 65-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver) did not disappoint me at all. All the symptoms I read from reviews were none existent on my product purchase.The setup was just so easily because I already have a home LAN. My bandwidth is great, eventhough I once in a while to insurfficient bandwidth notification when streaming 3D movie, but it depends on the amount of graphics.
Summary: I love the TV. Picture quality is good and it looks amazing. Although I believed the smart TV would be more interesting. I barely use the smart TV since I have an Xbox 360 hooked to it. Also the smart TV seems kind of buggy, i was expecting something more. I am a Samsung S3 owner and I love the Smartview app, lets me watch TV even when I'm away from the TV. The speakers are way better than my old series 7 46" TV. ***UPDATE*** One of the four 3D glasses came DOA.
Pros: Dual CPU is fast. OOTB, contrast amazing - blacks are deep as life & whites are as brilliant as the eye could take - easy to adjust to anything between. Great tones. $ for $ very good value. Primary use is visual, using a separate audio system.
Cons: Audio is typical of today's TVs - inadequate. Also, remote can't control volume on anything except the TV, even cable remote is better. Blurs on occasion. Not sure of recommended motion settings. Samsung still delivering wifi problems.