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Samsung TV Reviews

Below are recently reviewed Samsung LED and LCD TVs with relevant ratings for each as reviewed by our professional review editorial staff. We have reviewed these Samsung TVs based on a variety of quality rating considerations such as Picture Quality, Calibration Accuracy, Features, Ineternet TV options, and of course Value. Click on each review individually to see the full review and the separate category ratings. Ratings are based on a 70 to 100 scale.

Samsung UN50F5500 Review

The picture quality of the Samsung UN50F5500 is strong for a mid level TV without many features. As a direct replacement of the EH5300 from last year, this one has made a lot of improvements. The biggest downside you'll find here is the 60Hz refresh rate. Read More...


Samsung UN60F7100 Review

The light flow through created by the LED Backlight on this TV is amazing and one of the TVs best characteristics. Some complain that it can cause screen uniformity issues. To tone down the LED backlight from causing some uneven screen uniformity issues turn the backlight setting down. Read More...


Samsung PN60F5500 Review

The F5500 plasma series includes many of the top tier features but leaves out the intriguing design and the best picture quality features of the F8500 flagship model. You still get Active 3D technology and the redesigned Smart Hub, but the design is toned down and the picture quality loses the outstanding black levels. Read More...


Samsung PN64F5300 Review

The colors on the PN64F5300 plasma look extremely realistic and fresh. The trend seen in many televisions these days is to push color saturation over the edge. That won't be found here. Samsung's plasma televisions continue to deliver warm and cool colors you see every day in life as well as excellent flesh tones. Read More...


Samsung PN51F8500 Review

The F8500 has very little judder, even with the Motion Judder Canceller feature off. Shadow detail is incredible and isn't washed out even next to bright areas on the screen. A natural sense of depth is seen that causes 2D images to come to life. Plasmas always perform better than LED TVs when it comes to this. Read More...


Samsung UN55F8000 Review

Colors can really pop on the 55F8000 for an LED TV, though they can get hazy if the backlight is set too high. From up-converted content color flow is much better than other TVs on the market – one of the reasons this is a premium model. Read More...


Samsung UN46F7500 Review

Rather than use full array LED backlighting Samsung and others have opted to use the edge-lit variety. They are very powerful LED lights and peak whites are always impressive. This also prevents blowing out the colors. Read More...


Samsung UN46F6400 Review

The F6400 is a mid level TV with a few top tier features. 3D playback and micro dimming set it apart from the F6300 series below it. The inclusion of these features make it a very viable option since the F6800 includes these features, but goes a little further with design changes and refresh rates. Read More...


Samsung UN50F6300 Review

The UN50F6300 features a full 10-point white balance adjustment option that makes getting colors accurate easy with the right settings. We noted that black performance and contrast on the F6300 are strong. Since it is an LED TV, keeping the backlight in control is one of the most important parts of getting the best picture quality. Read More...


Samsung UN55ES8000 Review

The UN55ES8000 includes Samsung's new Micro Dimming Ultimate Panel Package which is a feature to describe edge lit local dimming. This creates a finer more detailed picture by brightening areas of the screen with light. Read More...


Samsung PN60E8000 Review

“Saturated” is a small word compared to all the features that the PN60E8000 encapsulates. It is very much like the PN60D8000 that we enjoyed reviewing so much from 2011. Read More...


Samsung UN55ES6580 Review

The UN55ES6580 includes 4 pair of 3D glasses and a Skype camera to add to the already impressive ES6500. The UN55ES6580 has many of the best features Samsung will put out in 2012 while omitting some of the fancier ones like Smart Interaction by voice control. Read More...


Samsung PN51E6500 Review

The PN51E6500 will add 3D and a full web browser to its feature set along with built in Wifi. The picture quality is excellent as is the value offering. Read More...


Samsung UN55ES6500 Review

This middle of the the road model from Samsung enetered the market in the Spring of 2012 and replaces the UND6300 series from last year. The UN55ES6500 has many of the best features Samsung will put out in 2012 while omitting some of the fancier ones like Smart Interaction by voice control. It's a super value model. Read More...


Samsung UN46ES6100 Review

As a natural beginning point, realize that we have a full set of ISF calibrated picture settings for this the UN60ES6100 using the included 10 point white balance adjustments. Read More...


Samsung UN55EH6000 Review

We initially thought at CES the EH6000 was going to receive the clear coat screen which gives the picture so much depth, but this is one of the big differences between the EH6000 and the ES6100 series which does have the clear coat screen that we like so much. Read More...


Samsung LN46E550 Review

This 1080p traditional LCD TV will not win any innovation awards, but it is going for your basic market and will be sold as a budget, entry level TV at stores like Walmart and other discounters. So pricing will be very important in its value proposition. Read More...


Samsung UN55D8000 Review

See the Video Review The picture depth is incredible and aside from some plasma competition, it's the best we've tested in this area. Contrast, sharp, clean edges, and rich color and light combine to give the depth effect. The 55D8000 comes with a 4 leg chrome stand with 20 degree swivel, everyone likes the sleek picture frame appearance of the bezel which is a negligible .4" in width and almost unseen were it not for the silver metallic strip surrounding the screen. Read More...


Samsung UN55D7000 Review

See the Video Review The super thin trim framing this TV is only .35" in width all the way around the screen. It has a chrome silver finish on the edges. One thing I also like about the appearance is the jet black screen when the TV is off. The UND7000 comes set with loaded with many of Samsung's top features such as 3D compatibility, Smart Hub Internet TV options, 240Hz processing, Micro-Dimming, and their most up to date design. Read More...


Samsung PN59D8000 3D Plasma Review

Samsung's C8000 series plasma was our favorite TV last year, hands down. We were the first company to review a plasma TV way back in year 2000 and last year's C8000 series was one of the best pictures we have seen since the Pioneer Kuro. The entire office was blown away by it's performance, picture quality and overall good looks. In 2011 one of Samsung's theme for plasmas is "+1", by making the bezel even thinner they are adding 1 diagonal inch to every size of plasma, 59 replaces 58, 64 replaces 63 and so on. Read more...

Samsung PN51D6500 3D Plasma Review

See the Video Review This TV is perfect for that dark living room environment or home theater due to its relatively low light output and brightness. Viewing and testing showed the deepest black levels to be very rich, even as peak white was less than average. Combined though contrast looks good and the TVs picture quality is fantastic with smooth motion, excellent realistic color rendition, inky blacks, and top quality dark shadow detail. Read more...

Samsung UN46D6000 Review

See the Video Review Robert Wiley and Jack Burden review this mid-tier LED LCD TV from Samsung... "HD picture quality is superb for the most part. The previous issues with AutoMotionPlus are non-existent with HD content. In fact the replacement feature LEDMotionPlus didnt seem to have any impact on motion lag or judder with HD signals. When we turned the feature on the picture got a little darker (presumably from a decreased backlight output) but that was it." Read More...


Samsung LN32D450 Review

See the Video Review One of Samsung's best selling TVs from 2010 was the predecessor LN32C450 LCD TV. No wonder they decided to replicate with production of the LN32D450 which has many of the same features. Upgrade features include SRS TruSurround HD, a third HDMI input, the ability to watch video off a USB thumb drive and Samsung's AnyNet+ which allows communication between similarly equipped Samsung home theater equipment. Read More...


Samsung UN55C9000 Review 94/100

The UNC9000 series is the top of the line from Samsung for 2010 – the most expensive and feature laden TV they make. The plethora of features includes 3D TV ready, wifi ready, super thin frame, extremely beautiful aesthetic appeal, Samsung's excellent Internet Apps choices, 240Hz refresh rate processing speed, A 2D to 3D conversion system, and a super cool touch screen remote control. But what are the drawbacks? How do these features perform? Read More...


Samsung UN65C6500 Review 89.5/100

Color saturation is a strength of these new LED backlit Samsung LCDs. Colors are super vibrant even if on the unrealistic side at times. With color information both light and dark appearing so deeply saturated, contrast effect is excellent. Blacks appear inky and sometimes lose dark shadow detail. Read More...


Samsung PN50C8000 3D Plasma Review 94.5/100

I expected great things from the top of the line Samsung plasma C8000 series and what did I get? In a word, satisfaction. The PN50C8000 represents the top of the line for Samsung's 2010 plasma lineup and includes all the upgrade features such as 3D compatibility, the best picture processors, thin 1.4" depth, great Internet options, and stellar picture quality. Read more...

Samsung PN58C7000 3D Plasma Review 94.5/100

With both high def and standard definition programming the PN58C7000 displays an exceptionally balanced and realistic picture. Colors are not over saturated but still have plenty of pop. Black levels are excellent and dark shadow detail is very good. Viewing angles are perfect. It's simply got a great picture, and excellent Internet options. I would buy it just for the picture quality alone. Read more...

Samsung PN50C6500 Plasma Review 92/100

First we start off with an aesthetically stunning TV model in the C6500. At 1.4" depth and subtle Touch of Color looks this model looks high end through and through. It adds the Samsung Internet Applications and a few other features while forgoing the expensive 3D ready option. It falls right in the center of Samsung's plasma TV offerings for 2010/2011. Read more...

Samsung PN50C550 Plasma Review 91/100

Samsung is remaining consistent with it's plasma offerings and bringing back the 550 offering which was a big seller last year. We liked it last year and were looking forward to reviewing it again. Some of the features and qualitative measurements were different this year, but we still enjoyed the TV a lot. These lower end Samsung plasma offerings always represent such good value. Read more...

Samsung LN55C650 Review 92/100

The C650 series from Samsung contains some older upgrade technology features such as CFL backlighting, 3.4" depth, Touch of Color bezel, 120Hz Auto Motion plus and the ultra clear panel. This model falls in the lower to mid range of Samsung's LCD/LED lineup. We thoroughly enjoyed last years B650 series LCD so were happy to review the successor model. And as anticipated, we were very pleased with the results. Read More...


Samsung LN46C750 Review 92.5

The C750 series packs a strong punch with the new 3D TV compatibility feature combined with some of Samsung's best features from the past. Samsung isn't only producing LED backlit LCDs for 2010, the C750 line of CFL backlit LCDs contains many of the features of the more expensive LED TVs at a more affordable price. The C750 uses Samsung's 1080p, 240Hz "Ultra Clear" panel. Read More...


Samsung LN32C450 Review 89.75/100

Samsung's 2010 4 Series LCDs are a step up from the 3 series. Available in the same sizes they still feature a 60Hz, 720p, CFL backlit panel, with SRS TruSurround HD. They add a third HDMI input, the ability to watch video off a USB thumb drive and Samsung's AnyNet+ which allows communication between similarly equipped Samsung home theater equipment. The 4 Series LCD make for an excellent TV for the bedroom, a child's room or other rooms where you need a smaller, less expensive HDTV. Read More...


Samsung LN32C350 Review 89.75/100

With our Blu Ray set to 720p resolution to match the TVs resolution we were very impressed at the bright sharp images and intense color offered. The TV really has a lot of pop with HD material. We also did not note the negative background judder with HD material and this proved out with our HD HQV processor testing as well. Black levels were deep and occasionally oversaturated but not often enough to really be a strike against. Dark shadow detail was totally acceptable for a TV of this size and price range. Read More...


Samsung UN55C7000 Review 89.75/100

With color information both light and dark appearing so deeply saturated, contrast effect is excellent. Blacks appear inky and sometimes lose dark shadow detail. White light sometimes is distractingly too bright. Contrast appears more intense on the screen than the average of 191:1 post calibration ANSI checkerboard pattern contrast that we measured Read More...




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