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Samsung UN46EH 6000 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LED HDTV

Samsung UN46EH 6000 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LED HDTV
Samsung UN46EH 6000 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LED HDTV


Product Added : June 16th, 2012
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  1. 171 of 173 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful TV, March 31, 2012
    By 
    William R. Weiss “Bill” (Maine USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Yes some people will say that this TV is not loaded with features, like all the streaming internet blah-de-blah-blah-blah. But if you have that in your Blu-ray player, you don’t need it in your TV as well. And some of us don’t care about watching streaming movies over the net, some of us don’t have good enough broadband connections where we live to support that anyway. And some of us BUY blu-ray movies that we like. So enough about internet bloody apps.

    The biggest complaint about this set offered by some is the fact that it only has 2 HDMI ports. And that could be a problem for some. But if you control all of your gear (like I do) through your A/V receiver, you only need ONE HDMI going into the TV anyway. If you’ve got to plug all of your high-def gear right into the TV, and you’ve got more than 2 HDMI devices, this TV is not for you, find another. So enough about only 2 HDMI ports.

    The picture quality of this TV is AMAZING. The total evenness of the backlight, especially during a pitch black scene, or when the background is totally black, is amazing. Total blackness with no uneven lighting at all…ANYWHERE on the screen, even edges and corners. I haven’t seen a TV that can compare to this one in that respect.

    The set has MANY full manual picture controls and tweaks, and some advanced ones, or three pre-programed modes that you can still tweak. You don’t have to settle for what the TV maker says is good, although Samsung’s modes are pretty darn good, right out of the box. The “dynamic” mode is a little contrasty for my taste though. But still, it’s easily modified.

    The front bezel on this TV is about as thin as they get on LCD/LED TVs. Some would say that this TV is a tad on the thick side depth-wise, considering it’s an LED TV, but it’s still pretty thin, compared to my 3 year old Sony 52″ LCD, which was a tank.

    The sound is about the same as other thin LCD/LED TVs. You can’t get huge speakers to fit into these things, let’s face it. Thin with a small bezel means thin, small speakers. If you’re listening through a surround sound system (as I and anyone with a “home theater system” do) it’s not an issue.

    The remote control is a bit small, but its backlit buttons can light up in the dark, which is a plus.

    I just bought this TV in a bricks and mortar store for $1199, which I think is a steal. Two weeks ago I bought an LG 55″ LCD and it’s going back to the store today. This Samsung totally blows the LG away…the backlighting on the LG was so bad and uneven I couldn’t stand it. It was really noticible how bad it was during dark scenes in movies like the second “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie, any of the “Batman” movies or “Aliens” those movies are chock full of very dark scenes. The LG couldn’t handle them, but the Samsung does them proud…inky rich blacks that still have some detail in them.

    Someplace online I read in someone’s comments that this TV doesn’t do 24hz film mode. It most certainly does….set your Blu-ray player to that mode and then press the “info” button on this Samsung TV’s remote and it will display that info on the screen. 24 bloody hz. So don’t believe everything that people say in reviews. (except for mine lol)

    If you want a REALLY decent TV that doesn’t have to wake you up, make you breakfast, Twitter and Facebook for you, do your laundry and surf the net for you, this is it.

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  2. 103 of 109 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent “Basic” Television, March 10, 2012
    By 
    B. A. Morehouse
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    It is telling when you have to describe televisions as “basic” or “smart” – just like cellular devices.

    The EH6000 is a “basic” television that, simply, fits a need. It is a television that doesn’t pretend to be anything else. I don’t really need it to be anything else, either. It certainly is my television, but I mostly use it as a monitor for my PC and consoles. It does a wonderful job for what I need it for, and that’s the key. My consoles and PC do everything I’d want a “smart” television for anyway. I also have no need or desire for 3D. At this point in time, there are few panels that give the true theater experience, and they are all well outside of my price range.

    The picture is nice and sharp. Out of the box, it was set to “dynamic” color mode which I found so bright it washed out the picture. I set it to “standard” color mode, and it fits my environment just fine. If I upgrade from my yellow light bulbs to white, I may change my color settings. I haven’t tried the “game” color mode yet; though, “standard” seems to work fine for the range of games I’ve tried on Steam, Origin, and my consoles.

    It took some trial and error to find the right fit for my PC’s graphics settings, but I expected as much. However, I was pleased once everything was set up and running. I was immediately impressed with the LED back-lighting. It is, by far, superior to standard LCD panels. I never realized just how dim my previous television, also a Samsung, was until I turned down the brightness settings in ALL my games. The environments really pop, and they don’t feel over-saturated with “forced” brightness.

    I didn’t see it in the description at the time, but I was pleasantly pleased to see the audio outputs on the back. Yes, I used plural. It has optical, which I was expecting, and analog three-conductor phone (aka: headphone, stereo eighth-inch). I wish it was analog stereo phono (aka: RCA) instead, but I can live with it.

    With all this praise, one might think there were no drawbacks to reduce the overall star rating. Sadly, Samsung left one, glaring omission. It’s not enough to return the television and shell out extra cash for a higher-end Samsung, but it is something to complain about. It only has 2 HDMI ports. Yes, it is in the description. I realized what I was buying when I purchased the television, but I really wish Samsung had included more HDMI ports. All of their 3D televisions that I looked at had 4 HDMI ports. Why? Why? Why?! Most consumers have more than two HDMI devices, and switches can cause a degradation in signal quality.

    Oh also, the product description states the EH6000 has one component and one composite input. The statement is a bit misleading. There is one component/composite input. That’s right. You can use it as EITHER component or composite. It doesn’t bother me, but other buyers may wish to be made aware.

    As a note, I have no way of testing the tuner. I live outside of off-the-air broadcast range, so there is no way, at this time, to properly test this function. In the past however, Samsung has built in excellent over-the-air tuners.

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  3. 34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredibly Sharp Picture!, March 12, 2012
    By 
    MSharpe (Elizabeth, NJ) –

    This review is from: Samsung UN46EH6000 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I purchased this TV after weeks and weeks of research. In the 46″ realm, I am confident the Samsung UN46EH6000 is by far the best option for the money. The picture is incredible, the quality the amazing and the color is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. One feature worth noting is the smooth picture movement — you have to see it to understand it. Highly recommended LED HDTV!

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