Summary: The TV arrived on time for a scheduled delivery and the installation guys were very nice and quick. BUT when they took it out of the box, I saw something weird on the screen. I wasn't close enough to it to really see because the guys were just pulling it out of the box, but it looked to me like a protective film that comes on tablet screens, you know, when it's a little wrinkled in some places because it was put on in a hurry.
Summary: This review pertains to the the 60 inch version of the Samsung LED F6300. The picture quality of this set is very good. I am impressed with the colors and black levels. The Smart TV apps are pretty bad. Most of them I couldn't get to actually stream in HD (Netflix, HBO GO, Crunchyroll) so I plugged in an Apple TV instead and it worked great. The major issue I have with this TV is that it has a severe dark image ghosting issue.
Not compatible with current Home Theater amps and Set Top boxes
Marty Rapp, Amazon
20 August 2013
Summary: I bought this TV because it had advanced features, including the ability to work well with and control other devices. However, it is not compatible with my new AV Amp (Yamaha) or Set Top box, and when I contacted Samsung to ask when updates would be available to address compatibility issues I was told that there was no plan to issue updates. Seems odd that a new "Smart" TV would not work well with similarly new ancillary devices.
Summary: Here is why I'm rating this purchase 2-stars: 1) WIRELESS CONNECTION. The TV will not stay connected to the internet (wireless), not just during streaming movies, but even navigating the menu screen. Example I wirelessly connect to the internet and the TV confirms it is connected, but as soon as I navigate to download apps, it will say I am not connected and ask for the password again.