Pros The TV Everyone Needs
Cons No Physical Cons Really, The Price Is High, But Understandable
Summary I took a 2 hour test drive of the LN46A750 at Best Buy, this is the TV I will be getting, unless the Samsung 850 series comes out within the next 2 months as the sales rep. said. The picture clairty is the best! Of course they were running it off of a Blu-Ray demo disc, but the features on this TV were great, it contains pre loaded material like games/cooking tips/fitness ect. I love this TV.
I may be one of the few that think the red border is awesome also!
Pros 1) Incredible picture quality 2) The 120Hz Auto Motion seems to work really well. Haven't seen any of that triple effect :). 3) Beautiful TV.
Cons Price after tax and warranty was almost 3Gs. But well worth it.
Summary This is my first Samsung HDTV. I have to say that it's incredible. I've had it for a week now and its nothing short of perfect. The only thing that dropped it out of perfect range was the price :P.
This is the first experience with the 120 Auto Motion technology. It makes the picture look almost too real. Some friends even told me it looks sorta fake (Too digitalized). Im still messing around with it. The good thing is that you can turn it off .
Pros Great picture and quality.
Cons Weirdly shaped remote. 120 HZ Unnecessary.
Summary I originally had a Sony 40" 120 HZ but this one was on sale at circuit city for the same price. (why not get and extra 6" for the same price). I traded it in. It's a great TV but i basically paid 300 dollars extra for the 120 Hz which is highly unnecessary. I never even keep it on. When it is on, the picture looks like its moving too fast. i.e. there are too many frames. The TV gives you an option to set how fast you want the 120 hz to operate (low, medium and high) the only time i would ever leave it on high is for a very very fast paced video game. One thing that the Sony had which i miss is the automatic dimmer when the lights were turned down lower or higher. The TV does have a game and cinema mode which is nice. The picture quality is fantastic. Unfortunately, i do not have a Blu-ray player so i have yet to get the full extent to which the TV can go but on reg high def channels (1080i) the picture is very crisp and clear. When i asked the salesman at the store what he thought about it when i was exchanging it form the Sony, he said that this line of TV's was the Bentley of TV's. He had no reason to lie because both were the same price. However on thing which was weird, is that i have a Sony laptop and when i tried to connect it to the TV using a VGA cable, the TV did not recognize it. Turns out Sony computers have problems with Samsung's. The rep said that a update would be coming out for the Sony's but i have to yet to see one (4 months later). Overall a great TV though.
Pros Beautiful picture quality, easy and simple controls and set-up. Lots of connectivity, light weight, great viewing from all angles, great sound.
Cons Very Few, would be nice to disable the non-used inputs when scrolling through the source list.
Summary I purchased this TV for 1700, and could not be happier. Found it to have better picture quality than almost any other LCD or Plasma there (the blacks are amazing). It is also cheaper than most comparably-sized TVs. Take a chance to see for yourself if possible, but overall I'd say these Samsungs have the best picture quality for the price you can find. Very satisfied.
Pros Excellent picture and feature set when it works. I LOVE this TV.
Cons ON-OFF Cycle starts suddenly; then is un-interruptable, period. Requires week plus take-away service fix to replace board. Happened @32 days. The TOC Bezel susceptable to scratches & scuffs. Must use provided blue cloth, if foreign mat on it, will XX
Summary LOVE IT. Hate the apparently systemic problem. Should have been fixed by now. Be warned.