Summary: So I got this TV and the bottom LED really bleeds into the TV. I called amazon about it and they would have taken it back, but couldn't sell me the same model nor would they honor the price because it wasn't an Amazon sold TV. I kept the TV and every time I look at it, it makes be very UN-happy with Amazon and the supplier. I should have sent it back and back a bit more for the new TV. Samsung will send out a tech to repair and I'll post then.
Summary: I was very excited to receive my new samsung 3d tv, once here everything was great and I loved the picture quality. As the days past by we noticed that there was black light leaking from all over the tv. I was very upset by this and will be moving to different television seller.
Summary: So, I returned my 60 inch TV after learning of some fatal design flaws... The first, and biggest, is that every time the SmartHub servers go down, the T.V. basically becomes inoperable. An error message that's something to the effect of "ERROR_MSG_BIND" pops up every 90 seconds on the dot. And it's not my network - it's that there was "scheduled maintenance.
Summary: Length:: 0:18 Mins My husband and I decided to upgrade our old TV and decided on the Samsung 3D TV. We made a huge mistake and now we are stuck with a $3000 TV that is failing more with each day. We purchased it from Best Buy who will not let us return it because 30 days past. This problem started a little over a month after purchasing. The TV begins to flicker non stop, static, rays of colors, and turns off and on non stop for 30 minutes..
Summary: Great TV, however after 2 weeks of ownership a bright green line appeared vertically down the middle of the TV. Called Samsung and they couldn't fix it, had to get a replacement. Again, great TV, just watch carefully for defects. In my opinion the products should be tested more rigorously before sold. An issue that appears that soon like this should be able to caught somehow through more thorough testing.
Summary: Tv is less than 2 months old and already is turning itself on and off. A few minutes of research on the problem and it seems to be very common. Not sure how Samsung can get away with continuing to sell TV's with known defects. Ridiculous. I know 4 people that have Samsung TV's and 3 of the 4 have needed service calls and repairs that cost them hundreds of dollars.
Summary: I have had this tv 11 days now with an average of 8-10 hours of viewing per day. Turned on tv on 11 day and GREEN LINE down center of tv from top to bottom appeared. Found out LCD board is fried. Needs new one. PLEASE BE AWARE. Tv is less then 2 months out on market. Getting new one and let's hope it doesn't happen again.