Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN55B6000 / UE55B6000 / UA55B6000
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Can't Complain, Great TV
26 January 2015
Summary: I bought this TV back in March 2010, paid $1800 on sale at Best Buy. Paid the same for a Sony TV 5 yrs earlier. I have 6 operating television in my house. Sony, Toshiba, Sharp, Insignia and Sanyo.
Summary: We bought this tv when it first came out in 2009 I believe. It has been running almost non stop since then, about 18 hours a day, 5-7 days a week, and still works flawlessly despite repeated assaults of tennis balls, nerf guns, and copious amounts of great dane slobber.
Summary: We got the Samsung UN55B6000 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV on March from Amazon and couldn't have been happier with this purchase! We had a 32" Sony LCD (which we got in early 2008) but it was just too small for our living room. This TV however fits perfectly.
Summary: I was hesitant to buy a LED tv because of the price. But after comparing the bulky looking LCD and plasma, this is much lighter to handle and beautiful to look at and worth the additional cost. I read a lot of reviews on Amazon.com for this product before I bought this TV.
Summary: I'd been researching TVs for a while when I saw this one on sale for a good price. The image is very clear, and the colors are very vibrant (and you can adjust the heck out of them too, if they're not to your liking)! The TV itself is a nice piece of engineering as well, very thin and sleek-looking.
Summary: For the price, tv qualitiy doesn't get any better! Going from 50in Samsung DLP 1080p to this, is like night and day. Didn't think Bluray could look any better than on my old Samsung, but boy was I wrong. DVD's on this tv look like bluray's did on the old tv, and Bluray looks 3D... 100% Satisfied!
Summary: Sharp picture great contrast, this is a fantastic TV. Buying a large TV from Amazon is the only way to go. They delivered it right to my living room. Price was almost $200 cheaper than any local store, even when they were having a sale. Plus you don't have to figure out how to get the TV home.