Reviews and Problems with Samsung UA55F7500 / UN55F7500
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Either buy a Samsung TV with an extended warranty or don't buy at all
J. DAVIS "pepineagles", Amazon
14 January 2015
Summary: Either buy Samsung with an extended warranty or don't buy at all. Take this advise from someone who spent $1500 on the 7100 series Samsung two years ago. We used the set less than 5 hours the first year. On week 55 (3 weeks out of warranty) the set was on for less than an hour when the screen went black. We called Samsung Customer Service twice (in India), explained the problem and we were told it was out of warranty.
Summary: I liked the style and browser capability. I was searching for slim led tv, this includes 3d which is useless for me, but there is no without 3d version on the market. - I have experienced occasional issues after spending some time on netflix or browser.
Summary: Everyone who sees the screen always comments on the quality of the picture. It 's great! Built speakers are OK but for this screen get a separate sound system. All of the cool features work as advertised but sometimes the remote is just simpler to deal with. Works great with internet sourced content. I'd buy it again.
Summary: After 1 week of ownership I was worried I made a mistake. Now a month later I realize I did. Many glitches. Wireless connection is terrible. Samsung must have used a cheap wireless adapter, or after reading other reviews, the wireless adapter is defective and Samsung knows it. Google the issue, others have had the same problem. Will not stream Netflix.
Summary: I have purchased this TV on December 2013 and after three months the WIFI started malfunctioning. Every 5 to 10 minutes the connection will re-set and I will have to re-connect to my wifi by going to network setting. I have called Samsung Technical Support for at least 12 times by now and it was probably the worst customer service I have ever experienced. After 5th or 6th call they told me the problem is my router is not next to the TV.
Awesome Picture; Atrocious Battery Life for Smart Touch Remote
B-52 Flyer, Amazon
9 April 2014
Summary: The picture on this TV is amazing. It looks like the actors are actually in the room. The smart TV features are pretty good -- No serious complaints. The 4-leg base / stand looks cool, but it turns out it's a terrible idea because it severely limits positioning options on narrow tables/shelves. The Smart Touch Remote (RMCTPF-1BP1; Model Code AA59-00758A) is not that easy to use. The touch pad is inconsistent and takes a lot of swiping to navigate the screen.
Summary: I purchased it so I could stream via wireless network. Works fine for Apple TV (which as its own connection to the wireless network and HDMI cable into TV) but not so for connecting to the TV's own wi-fi e.g. using Amazon Instant Video. To solve this my installer said I need to hardwire the TV, which defeats the purpose of having a wi-fi TV.
Summary: I bought this as a second TV in for our family room. The room has a lot of natural light. This TV can be very bright, has deep blacks, and a very crisp clear picture. As with all Samsung's, there are plenty of options to adjust the picture as you see fit. It's also one of the better sounding TV's I've heard. The Smart TV app's are pretty fast, especially Amazon Instant Video. I highly recommend this set if you are looking for a reasonably priced mid-sized TV.
Pros: Excellent picture and deep blacks. Great in bright or dark rooms. SmartTV works very well and is faster than any other Samsung TV's I've had.
Cons: Motion control is pretty useless. The remote that's included is not my favorite but I use a Logitech universal remote anyway.