Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN40EH6000 / UA40EH6000
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Solid tv, Not 120Hz at 1080p.
William B., Newegg
29 June 2013
Pros: Easy to use. Simple menus. When I connected it to my gaming computer I had absolutely nothing to fix. It recognized the input as 1920x1080 @ 60Hz and filled the screen edge to edge perfectly.
Cons: I was a little disappointed that the refresh rate only goes above 60Hz at lower resolutions, but for the price I can't complain too much. -1 egg. There is also a small amount of motion blur that you don't really notice unless you're looking for it. Plus a small amount of input lag, the input lag ...
Summary: Bought this one because it was well rated. Also, it did not have the wifi features which by most accounts do not get good ratings in the newer sets. We use the internet connectivity through the bluray and Wii which works fine and besides, how many ways does one really need to connect a set to the...
Summary: The 4 egg rating I gave is based off as if the TV was 60hz, it's not a bad TV, its just not 60Hz. Idk what happened to box but TV was not damaged, no dead pixels either. I would like to return this because I was specfically getting this for PC gaming with 120hz but I didn't do my research because...
Pros: At 6-7 ft TV looks good, quality is high. No Dead pixels. Easy to use menu and settings.
Cons: THIS TV IS NOT 120Hz as listed. Box looked like someone was offended by it and gave it a beating.
Summary: I ordered this TV Samsung UN40EH6000 40-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (Black) on 9-13-12 and received the TV on 9-15-12 with free 2 day shipping with Amazon Prime. I love Amazon Prime! Two day shipping on most of the stuff I buy and free Prime streaming movies for a reasonable yearly fee.
Summary: If you have the money to spend on a high CMR TV for your main desktop. Go for that more than anything else, the more you skimp on price the more noticeable of a difference it makes.
Pros: Large, crisp, customizable, no extra fluff in the settings. Works great as a central monitor at 1920x1200 on my radeon 7970 GHz . Video & general use is crisp and fluid.
Cons: On high end games there's occasionally some ghosting of patches of pixels. Typically a small patch (50-100x50-100) will not update as quickly as their neighbors. This could possibly be resolved with a HDMI to displayport adapter however as I'm currently running the TV via HDMI to my 7970.
Summary: Not so sure what all the hype is with this TV. Picture looks good but nothing all that spectacular (a little too much blue hue and whiteness even after applying settings). What's more it took me forever to calibarate the settings where I am now relatively satisfied with it's appearance.
Summary: The TV I bought from Newegg was brand new (for $589) and the sound on my tv died the very next day after I got it. I sent it back to newegg for a refund and bought the same model tv in 46 inch size.
Pros: Great Picture, Vivid Colors, Better Sound than other similar models, USB lets you play all file formats, Good Design, Easy to Set up
Cons: Little thicker than other LED TV's, 2 HDMI's, no swivel stand
Summary: The first TV I received had a crack on the screen due to damage in shipping. The packaging that Samsung has for this item is not well thought through. The TV is held in place by styroform edging but there is nothing to protect the front of the TV from damage except the box it came in.