Picture Quality Great, but light leak just keeps getting worse.
26 February 2011
Summary: If it was not for the light leak I would keep this picture. I tried the LCD version, returned it due to light leak. Then I got the LED version and the light leak appears to be getting worse all the time.
Summary: I spent quite a while comparison shopping before settling on this Samsung, but I knew this was the one I wanted the first time I saw it - the only question was whether I could get a decent price. For what I paid ($980), nothing else I looked at was even close.
Summary: The picture quality and sound are magnificent. What you cannot judge on the showroom is "will it work with my devices". This one will not connect reliably to my VBR231 Blu-Ray player. The only "help" Samsung support could provide was "upgrade the firmware" which was already current.
Summary: This is our first HDTV. The picture quality is phenomenal. The clarity and sharpness bring out even the smallest details (like pimples on an actors face or sweat on a sportsman's neck...). Colors are stunning especially on sports channels. Sound quality for a TV is excellent.
Summary: Does anyone have any problem with watching the dark scenes in a very dark room? My Samsung UN46C6400 TV looks like I'm watching the scenes through a haze because of light leaks at the edges and uneven brightness at the left side of the screen.
Summary: Bought this TV recently and really enjoy it but its not perfect. Advantages: 1. Great Picture 2. Internet Apps (like Netflix) 3. Easy set-up overall 4. Price (albeit, I got mine for $999) Disadvantages: 1. NOT wireless, you need the "samsung" adaptor 2.
I only rated it 4 because there might be something better.
18 November 2010
Summary: Oddly enough, my biggest problem with this TV is that it is almost too realistic. Seriously...the picture is so sharp, so vibrant, with incredible contrast...it's almost creepy. The 120hz refresh rate is the big dif, I guess. You see every pore, every hair, every detail.
Summary: This TV looks fantastic, but the software is a little clunky and difficult to figure out. It took a little while to get netflix working and I still haven't figured out how to activate the streaming features.
Summary: Samsung dropped the ball on this unit.... 1- Remote control is NOT universal (in this day and age why would it not be universal) 2- There is PIP but no POP and the PIP is pretty much useless since you have to dig for it on the menu of the remote 3- Remote should have a QWERTY keyboard and bluetooth...
Summary: I'll provide a PROS and CONS type of review: PROS: Really nice picture. I invested a fair amount of time on this aspect by visiting retail sites where I could see several brands displaying their best. This is subjective, as the signal source was not always the same.