Reviews and Problems with Samsung UE55D7000 / UA55D7000 / UN55D7000
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Samsung's woes continue...
Maurice "mv", Amazon
9 July 2013
Summary: Purchased this unit in 2011...first impressions were great. TV is nice and light, easy to setup, slim and sleek profile and probably about the most impressive looking thing you could have in your living room/den. Fast forward to 2013 and this unit has now developed a problem which causes it to randomly reboot itself with a clicking sound..sometimes cycling through the click/turnoff/Samsung slash screen for 10+ times before getting back the normal picture.
Summary: It's absolutely ridiculous that Samsung does not allow Amazon Prime to function on this TV. They've got hundreds of other crap applications and not the one I really need. I'll be getting another brand next time.
Summary: I did a lot of research--a lot--before buying this TV. I must confess, I didn't buy it for its Smart TV features or for its 3-D capability, but rather due to the excellent reviews of its performance as a TV. And the picture has been nothing short of a-mazing! I had it mounted on a wall above a fireplace, at a time when there were other workmen in the condo, and everyone--including me--commented on how sharp and beautiful the picture looked.
Summary: I have owned the This TV since Decemeber 2011 and I love it. I think it has the clearest and best picture of all the LEDS. I downgraded in size from a 60" to a 55", but upgraded in everything else.
Summary: We've only had this television on the wall since yesterday, but we are absolutely blown away by the picture quality. I chose this model after seeing it in a department store - it was the one TV my eyes kept coming back to...it looks incredible from every angle, and I love the light, borderless, clean design. It looks great even when turned off. We don't plan to buy 3D glasses or use 3D programming, but honestly everything looks 3D without it!
Summary: I'm sure you, like I, did the following; hummm, I Need/Want/Crave a new 3D LED TV, what should I get? Search net for a few weeks, go to all the big box's (I have to say, the swarm at 1 particular store was really irritating (HH)), then agonize over your choice. If you read some forums, perfection cost around $6K and anything else is just trash. So, you finally take the plunge, like I did and await patiently the delivery. Is it the right software version?
Summary: I replaced an 15 year old Sony projection TV - if it works we keep it a long time. I'm not a hard core techie but can work my way around the tech ok. Goal was to get a flat panel of solid quality with smart tv functions and ability to do things like skype with the family. A week into it and I am impressed by the product and the relative ease of setting up a lot of different features.
Summary: I purchased this TV from Amazon in Nov 2011. As usual the order, delivery and setup was excellent. Having used the TV for over 3 months I can say that I am extremely pleased with the purchase. The picture quality, setup and performance have exceeded my expectations. Samsung also recently released the HBO GO application natively for the TV which has only increased my family's use of the device. Good price point among mid-high level TVs -- you will not be disappointed!
Summary: Spent the vast majority of a Saturday researching Plasmas, LED, LCDs. Then refresh rates, dimming characteristics, etc. Ughhhh. Was replacing a 42" Pioneer plasma, wanted something bigger (55"). Wanted a 240hz refresh rate (lots of ESPN in my house). Could really care less about the 3D technology. TV speakers weren't an issue as I run all my components through a Pioneer Elite AV receiver. After lots of research, went to the local BBuy and watched TV for a while.