Pros No complains. Its a beauty given the price. I think if based against pricing. Samsung is the true winner.
Cons None so far.
Summary @Omaris666. Just to let you know, Samsung shared their technology with Sony. I don't know how the agreement was made. But, the only reason why Samsung will not match the vividness and resolution of their TVs is because it might be a breach of contract. Sony caters to high end consumers while Samsung focuses on middle or low market. But if Samsung could or wanted to, then they would have made something better than Sony's TVs. Sony is just overpriced. Same with their other products.
For all those reading this. As to date, Nov. 17, 2011. If you plan to buy a decent/nice and affordable refrigerator or television. Go for Samsung. They have the best in terms of quality and pricing. It's tried and tested by me and my family over the years. As for their other products...... i wouldn't recommend it yet since i haven't tried it out.
Pros Great picture, INCREDIBLE form factor, very lightweight, ease of setup and adjustment, awesome remote functionality, and if you shop around for the best prices, a GREAT bang-for-the-buck TV.
Cons The ONLY gripe I have, and it is a small one compared to the Pros, is that the remote, while easy to use and very versatile, is a bit clunky in the hand, especially in "TV Remote" mode. However, it takes little time to get used to, and having a full qwert
Summary 1st of all, I want to directly address omaris666's review. I think it is completely unfair for this TV to be given ONE star, when it was clearly in the running as his final 2 choices for his new TV. There's NO WAY the Sony is so much better than this TV that it only deserved one star, yet his rating completely skews the reviews.
This TV is incredible. The picture is GREAT, the form factor is downright sexy, and the WiFi connection is absolutely a great addition. I haven't used the 3D in-home yet, but I did preview it in the store and it seemed to be great.
Pros Picture quality, brightness, sound.
Cons Browser & control is frustrating. Cursor control is frustrating and jumps all over the screen. Buffering for YouTube is more noticeable than on a laptop or smart phone over our wireless G. Hook it up to a computer, don't use it stand-alone.
Summary This is my first LCD TV. It has a wealth of features that I'm not sure I'll ever use. We got a 3D blu ray player and 2 sets of 3D glasses bundled with the TV when we bought it, and while fun, we really chose this particular TV for its small bezel, which allowed it to fit in our armoire while maximizing picture size- we would have had to drop down to a 42" TV in any other brand.
The remote is two sided, with a mini qwerty keyboard on one side. For the number of keys and function buttons on it I suppose it's laid out as well as can be expected. Even with the keyboard and arrow keys to navigate around the screen, browsing over our wireless connection is the most frustrating feature of this TV. I see us eventually hooking up a computer to an HDMI input and using the TV as an aux monitor rather than stumbling around the awkward Samsung browser.
The picture is bright and crisp, with vivid colors. I'm still wading through the pages upon pages of screen adjustments, but since I'm no longer a bachelor I don't have the time to delve in and see the effect of every control option. I've dialed down a number of the settings as the picture is almost too bright. I plan on buying a blu ray reference disk to try to adjust the picture to best possible quality- but I have to say it looks good all the time. I'm wondering just how much better it can get. One complaint is that the menu screen for adjusting the picture takes up so much space it's hard to tell if an adjustment has had an effect until you exit the screen. Then you have to go back into the menu again to make further corrections. It's time consuming and annoying.
Although we didn't shop intending to buy 3D, I believe that if a TV is 3D capable you can pretty much expect a great 2D picture. We watched Avatar 3D through Comcast's On Demand, and there was no complaint about any aspect of color, resolution, whatever. It was at least equal to seeing Avatar 3D in the theater. (Personally I find the 3D push in film and TV annoying. 3D is a gimmick and isn't needed to sell TVs)
The viewing angle seems to be fairly wide. It's good from pretty much any place in our living room. The anti-blur motion feature doesn't seem to do a lot- I think the TV is good enough to not really require that feature. The built in demo makes scrolling text much more readable, so that feature we may save for news. Most of the time we leave the setting to "clear" and call it good.
The built in speakers were better than I expected, especially considering how thin this TV is. For casual watching I'll use the TV speakers, though for movies I use our old receiver amp with our Bose satellite speakers.
This is a really good TV, but may be more than I need in some areas.
Pros I would buy it again, the price was GREAT!!!! and hhgregg price matches so do your homework, I did!
Cons There is nothing to complain about
Summary Buy one the kids will love the 3D, I didn't want an 3D TV, but it is awesome!
Pros sony ex720 vs samsung d7000
Cons ...sony ex720 vs samsung d7000
Summary i needed to buy a 3d tv ..i was comparing between sony and samsung ...sony40ex720 and samsung ue40d7000...
i puted the 2 screen side to side ...i found that sony gives more realistic picture and more live colour picture.....and the black in samsung is soo dark so its hide some deatils from the picture.....and the two brands support a smart hup and web browser...and the internet apps in sony much user friendly than samsung.....for me sony still no.1.....am glad that i buy it ...