Summary: I bought this TV at Sears in 2011. Someone broke into my house and stole it in 2012. I went back to the store to replace it with my insurance money and they were no longer being made. So I bought the Samsung similar to this one (only it was brand new) and immediately I was angry.
Summary: As of this writing, we've owned the 46-inch version of this set for exactly 5 months and have used it continuously for a few hours almost every day. Although I've given it a 5-star rating, on an absolute scale, the picture quality is probably a 4 or 4.5, mainly because I've seen a Panasonic plasma...
Summary: Received the TV on time and in good shape. The picture quality is outstanding straight out of the box. I'll probably tune the contrast settings but will wait for a rainy day when I have nothing else to do. For now, the picture is great.
Summary: If your couch is 12 feet away from your tv like mine is, you can't go wrong with this 60" led. Is as thin as my Android phone and has a clear frame which allows your wall color to show through - ultra modern design. I did my research and looked at a ton of tvs in this class.
Summary: This TV has a beautiful picture, but only after you fix all the factory settings. When I first turned it on, it had a rather muddy looking picture and watching it actually made me dizzy due to the auto motion settings. Several other reviewers recommended settings that were very helpful.
Summary: The Clarity on this T.V. with HD T.V. Shows, Blu rays, DVD's and Video games, is great. HOWEVER, There are some ghosting issues with the 120hz on, I find it to be minimal, but for a keen eye, can be annoying.