Samsung UN55E6400 Review, LED Backlit Television, 55" 1080p

Some of the larger LED backlit televisions like the UN55E5500 with 55" of screen size have exceptional value offerings, and this 2012 model is thinner than ever at under 2 inches. This is the lowest end line of LED. Other than that you get very good light output, it comes through crystal clear in scenes when there is sunlight in the background on both movies and broadcast shows. But aside from a very good picture what you really receive from this offering is a very good value package with 3D compatibility.

Screen Uniformity is a complaint by some on this TV. It certainly is there, but by turning down the brightness picture setting control you will barely notice it.

Quick Specs

  • 55" Diagonal Screen
  • 1080p Full HD


  • Screen Size: 55" (54.6" diagonal)
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9, 1920 x 1080p
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI v.1.4 (best audio/video connection) / 3 USB 2.0 / PC input / component video / composite video / component audio / optical digital audio / PC audio
  • Audio enhancement: Dolby Digital Plus / SRS TheatreSound HD
  • Built-in speakers: 10W x 2
  • Mounting options: swivel pedestal stand / wall-mountable
  • Remote control: QWERTY remote
  • 3D capable (requires 3D glasses, sold separately)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • DLNA compatible
  • Samsung SmartTV apps, media hub, and web browser
  • ConnectShare USB
  • Skype on Samsung TV
  • Ultra Clear Panel
  • Wide Color Enhancer Plus
  • Eco Sensor
  • AutoMotion Plus 120Hz with Clear Motion Rate
  • Dimensions: 48.8" W x 28.1" H x 1.2" D (w/out stand) / 48.8" W x 31.1" H x 12.2" D (w/stand)
  • Weight: 35.5 lbs (w/out stand) / 41 lbs (w/stand)


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