Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN50EH6000 / UA50EH6000
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Do Not Purchase This TV...Read This First!!!!
R. A. Yacobucci, Amazon
3 May 2015
Summary: We have had this TV for one year and two months when the internal power strip went out. Samsung refuses to help in any way and always repeats back to us that "the warranty is only for one year". Well great, an almost $900.00 TV cost us $2.00 a day to watch. So we went out and bought an LG.
Summary: This is one of those items where a collective 4 to 5 star rating is a bit misleading. The main issue I have experienced is flickering bands around all sides, about the width of a letterbox, on a dark screen.
Summary: I have had this TV for only a couple of months, so am still rather low on the "learning curve", but am quite pleased with it at this point. My biggest problem is that I am unable to connect an old VCR and a "not quite so old" DVD player to it.
Summary: I bought this TV strictly to use as a monitor for my XBone. It does not have all the extras such as wireless internet or apps, but I do not need them. The picture is great, the sound could be better (recommend a soundbar)and it has a game mode.
Summary: Purchased the 50" (UN50EH6000) for an additional TV and the picture and features as great. It is very light weight - easily mounted. There are many ports that make it a snap to connect your favorite electronics. It networks with all other Samsung equipment and my cable box.
Summary: I got this TV last summer (2013) and it worked great. Color was good and overall physical quality of the TV is nice. Plenty of picture options for tweaking and even without any adjustments to the settings themselves, it picture quality was good.
perfect, only 1 complaint, doesn't have native mac mini resolution at (1920x1080)
Kindle Customer, Amazon
2 May 2014
Summary: The tv will output at 1080px (1920x1080) my mac mini with hdmi. So, it may affect other computer input. However, as a workaround, Roku outputs at 1080p, and I can use Plex through roku and get 1080p on on this tv. no 3d, no smart tv, just the way I like it.
Summary: I have my TV mounted to the wall. It goes through a receiver and a home entertainment speaker system. This means that I just need the TV as a monitor. I don't need 3D, I get Netflix through my Xbox, I don't even need speakers.