Summary: The box kind of fell apart as we took out the TV due to the weight. I would advise giving some time for this, as there is a high chance this TV will be damaged by shipping considering the weight / size.
Pros: It was dirt cheap considering it's a 70 inch TV Has a lot of HDMI considering the price It turned on and the colors looked pretty okay even with the shattered panel
Cons: It's really heavy at 102 pounds TV arrived broken...Yeah, we blame UPS, you can clearly see the forklift damage of the box. The packaging had plenty of padding on the corners / side, but none of the front side of the TV, where the panel was. It was hit on the center of the box, and the panel arri...
Summary: I've only had the set operating for a few weeks, so I haven't fully formed an opinion yet. Preliminary thoughts: Color intensity drops off rapidly past about 30 degrees off-axis. Far more than the other (smaller) edge-lit LED-LCD screens I have.
Summary: This is going to be my dead Honest Review about this tv. I Ordered Jan.20th got an email the same day with trackign which updated the next day saying it would arrive on the 28th. I get a call on the 23rd saying they are ready to deliver the TV the next day between 11-3.
Pros: -Like New -Fast Delivery -Beautiful Screen -Thin and light Weight -Great Price
Summary: The TV finally came. The delivery was cordial and careful. The setup is easy and smooth. The image quality of this TV is excellent. The picture is sharp, the color is vivid. I used an antenna to receive TV signals from local digital channels.
Summary: This is a pretty decent TV, especially when compared to TVs in its price range. I originally had a 1080p projector theater (110" screen). Though I like the size and quality of the projector much more (it was a 1k dollar Optoma HD20), it could not compete with any light sources.
Summary: I looked long and hard for a quality 70" for my family room. We had a 67" DLP that had the Samsung name and quality. Trouble is, when the bulbs start going out on those you pay $300 each time. That gets old quick! It was time for the LED/LCD technology.
Summary: I've been fence sitting for a large flat screen for my home literally for years. Every year as prices drift lower we get closer and closer to CES, new (better) sets, etc. And so the cycle repeats. I always eyed the top of the line (eg VT Panny plasmas, Sony HX, and more recently the 70" Elite).