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Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black)

Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black)
Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black)

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Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black)

Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black)

Make the move to the smoothest LCD action ever. Samsung’s LN46C750 LCD HDTV offers incredible color and rich clarity, all on a 46-inch screen. Add the power of Samsung’s Wide Color Enhancer, for a picture that optimizes a given color’s hue, resulting in more natural rendering of colors and lifelike action. Samsung HDTVs are also ENERGY STAR compliant, helping the environment by using less energy while saving you money.

  • 10Wx2 audio output
  • Wide Color Enhancer
  • 3D
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  1. 76 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV and a reasonable price for 3D Entry, April 28, 2010
    Jonathan K. Vargason (New York State) –

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    This review is from: Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    The Samsung C750 is the most reasonable 3DTV on the market in terms of price. Not only is the television fully 3D compliant with the new standards, it also is an excellent 2D LCD television as well.

    The 3D aspects of the television are the most interesting and what separates it from most other LCD’s (including Samsung’s 650 model). Although there is not much in terms of content to try out, I have watched Monsters Vs. Aliens 3D, Played Avatar the videogame on the PS3, watched the Masters in 3D, and tried out the 2D to 3D Conversion on live TV, movies, and games.

    Unfortunately with all 3D sources, I have experienced some “ghosting” which is a problem where you see a double image. That said, I did manage to configure my Samsung 3D Bluray Player to the correct TV size (by default it’s 55 inches) plus I upgraded the firmware and that seems to have made a large improvement. I suspect the picture size spreads out the effect and will cause even more ghosting than normal. With Avatar the game, I left the 3D effect at 1, set the correct TV size and viewing distance, and chose side by side 3D (you have to set the TV to match this) and the effect was brilliant! I do still see ghosting during cut scenes, but during gameplay it looks fantastic. The Masters, was a bit of a mixed bag. It is also side by side 3D and at times it is brilliant (when the camera pans around the environment your jaw will drop) but the first time you see severe ghosting you are taken out of the moment. However, I think once Cable and Satellite receivers are more 3D ready, you should be able to configure for the screen size, depth, and viewing distance.

    2D to 3D is unique and has its moments of brilliance but also has severe drawbacks. Let’s put it this way, you won’t confuse Monsters Vs. Aliens 3D in it’s native 3D format for watching Monsters Vs. Aliens in 2D to 3D conversion. The conversion (you can change the depth) actually can be quite blurry with some material and most material isn’t worth watching converted. Some movies like Star Trek are kind of fun but I wouldn’t buy the television strictly for this feature.

    2D content is fantastic. The color (even the black level since you can configure the backlight without having to hack the firmware), sharpness, and overall features (such as MotionPlus) are astounding for the price range. I actually have turned off MotionPlus simply because it gives non sports programming a “Spanish Soap Opera” effect. I did run into a bit of a strange issue that seems to have gone away by resetting the cable box where the picture bounced up and down using a Time Warner HD Cable box hooked via HDMI (you need HDMI to view the Masters in 3D). I really can’t hold that against the TV, it was more the cable box but I’ve read of similar problems with some Samsung models so there does seem to be some buggy firmware with the box.

    Overall if it wasn’t for the ghosting issues still being present (it could be the content, but I cannot be sure, I’d like to test more 3D Televisions) and the 2D to 3D conversion being slightly underwhelming I’d give this TV a perfect score. As it is, if you are in the market for an affordable HDTV and want the 3D option, you can’t go wrong. You have plenty of inputs (plus two usb slots) and the TV is a beautiful compliment to your entertainment room so I highly recommend this television (it’s nearly $1,000 cheaper than the LED model of the same size).

    Edit as of 5/12/2010:
    I’ve had this TV now for a few weeks and gone through a firmware update, tested some more functions, calibrated it more, and updated the firmware on the Samsung 6900 3D Bluray Player twice.

    I want to change my comments on 2D -> 3D conversion. I don’t know if it’s the firmware upgrade or what, but now I definitely see a difference in most scenes (I have the depth up to 10). Games like Uncharted 2 with a map like “The Village” look fantastic converted. I’ve also managed to get Avatar (The Game) on the PS3 to look great with side by side 3D with minimal ghosting. Since the firmware update and the 3D Optimize option for the TV, Monsters Vs. Aliens 3D also looks very good.

    I did have a stupid moment where I noticed a huge lag playing something like Rock Band and finally realized there is a game mode. Since going to game mode, I have no issues playing videogames and the response time is virtually nothing now.

    I absolutely love the TV, it does have some flashlighting (You don’t see this unless the screen is ENTIRELY black) but 2D content looks fantastic and 3D is impressing me more and more. For a while it was even cheaper than it is now on Amazon but the price went back up. It’s still worth it. I see some people bashing the TV simply because the glasses aren’t included or it’s not competing with the Panasonic 3D Plasma models but they obviously haven’t seen it. Everybody that has reviewed this TV on Amazon…

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  2. 23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressions after 1 week, June 29, 2010
    Shawn Scott (Towson, MD) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    Posted this on AVS forums and decided to post it here too since I bought the TV here on Amazon.

    Posted on 6/24/10
    Finally got the Samsung from Amazon after almost 2 weeks. Slowest shipping I’ve seen in a long time. I’d rather pay a few bucks than wait weeks for free.

    Initial impressions:
    Picture Quality: Out of the box the picture/brightness/backlight is very “bright” but varies greatly depending picture mode. Movie mode adjusts the picture settings to very close to the calibration settings for the C650 for movie watching (lcdbuyingguide calibration). I only took 3-5 mins calibrating each input for the devices I use and it took me a few mins to find game mode as it’s not in there with the picture modes. Very extensive picture settings and 5 Auto Motion Plus modes with a Demo mode if you’re not sure. Overall the picture is pretty jaw dropping with my HD Cable not to mention Blu-ray.

    Head to Head with Bravia EX700:
    Don’t have a preference in TV brands and wanted to try a Sony this time around. I still have the Bravia but it’s going back to Best Buy this weekend. To our eyes, textures and colors on the Sony appear more realistic and probably more accurate but it’s pretty dull looking. The Samsung is more alive and side by side with the same movies playing from the same source everyone here picked the Samsung no matter how much I brightened the Sony. The dark scenes on the Bravia don’t compare. Even with the backlight all the way up, it starts to wash out and just doesn’t have the same WOW. That’s the only way I can describe it. I also get bad contrast loss on the Sony if you move just 2 feet away from the center in any direction but I thought that was normal. I can’t detect it on the Samsung until you view from almost the side of the TV. Huge viewing angle. I only watch from the middle anyway.

    I could go on listing the features I like and dislike but this is getting long so I’ll just tell you my favorite one so far. I play tons of HD movies from my PC across the room. The streaming from my wired network to this tv works better than my 360 and PS3 hands down. There is absolutely no loading time. I have about 80 MKV’s (close to 1TB) in one folder and it loads instantly and streams them perfectly. This has to be seen to be believed. The streaming options are like that of a DVD/Blu-ray player with many nice functions. The Sony does not compare in this category at all. It wouldn’t stream mkv’s and it degrades the quality of anything it CAN stream. I just thought maybe these tv’s added DNLA for kicks but no REAL functionality. Not the case on the C750. The internet options and the AP news ticker are sweet too. I”ll leave it at that for now and maybe review the 3D if anyone is interested. So far I’m very happy with this tv and still looking for flaws. If you have any questions feel free.

    UPDATE on picture quality 6/29/2010
    Quick tip I’ve found that most people don’t do: For HD content, especially HDMI, turn your Sharpness down to 10 or less to get rid of jaggies. You will see a tremendous amount of jaggies out of the box on new tv’s as they set the Sharpness way too high. You only need to turn it up for SD content.

    I’ve had enough time with the tv to properly test things out and I’m still very impressed. There is definitely a little contrast degradation at wide viewing angles. It’s not detectable unless you watch tv from the side of the room or you’re looking for it. One thing I didn’t like was how they named the Auto Motion Plus. Instead of Custom, Low, Medium and High, they call it Custom, Clear, Standard and Smooth without telling you what’s high and low. You have to figure it out through testing it and that just added to the learning curve when testing the tv’s functions on different stuff. I also noticed that if you set the Auto Motion Plus to high on some cable content you get some kind of judder/smoothing effect you don’t get on low or medium. I personally love the Auto Motion effect on most content though. At minimum, I use the low setting on everything except videogames and it brings the picture to life.

    If you play games online you MUST use game mode and there’s virtually no detectable lag. All the picture settings are adjustable in game mode except Auto Motion. When you first turn on Game mode the picture will look horrible as the default Sharpness is set to 50. Turn it down to 10 or less to get rid of the jaggies and the picture is pretty perfect. The TV can pull off some good visual tricks but the processing adds lots of lag so don’t turn any of that eye candy stuff on like Auto Motion Plus unless you’re playing offline.

    I can only imagine the horrible laggy, jaggy experience people are having if they don’t do minor calibrations. Sharpness alone can kill your HD picture but with game mode turned off, Auto Motion on and other smoothing techniques on, the lag is almost unbearable. Game mode fixes…

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  3. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    First HDTV, Great Choice!, May 11, 2010
    A. Brandt

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    This review is from: Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    If you aren’t already sitting on a 1080p HDTV or are looking for the affordable angle into the upcoming 3D ready technology GO FOR IT!
    EDIT:I can’t say enough good things about this television. It has been well worth the investment even without using its 3D capabilities yet.

    I hadn’t taken the plunge into HDTV’s yet and was still watching on a 32″ JVC tube television. I’ll be a dork and admit that after seeing Avatar in 3D and with an upcoming birthday, I started researching the 3D ready televisions. Early reviews of the Samsung line were positive and only critical on the high end screens at an A/V level I won’t be concerned with as an HDTV neophyte. Upon seeing Samsung’s line up I had noticed the LN46C750 was the only non LED or Plasma offering, making it pretty much the most affordable 3D ready television out there. The info I found said the C750 should be like the B750 that CNET thought was quite good. Once the product showed up at Amazon, I went to big box store to check similar LCD’s as well as try the 3D display they had setup. Being impressed by both I bought the LN46C750 the next day. I got the tv for less (killer deal) than it’s going for now, but this price is still only about $3-400 more than a straight LCD of equivalent statistics.

    Delivery & Setup:
    The television came a few days earlier than expected! Box was undamaged and everything was in order when I pulled the set out. Having looked at LED LCD televisions in person that are sub 1″ deep, I still find this television looks beautiful even with its portly (kidding) 3.2″ depth. I have it set up on it’s cool looking “X” stand on the old televisions garbage entertainment center (to be remedied in the future.) Directions are straight forward, I plugged in my cable, power source, and a ethernet cord–the WIS09ABGN wireless LAN adapter came later. Auto setup found all of my channels, set the time on the TV and updated the pre-installed apps.

    I mostly have left the picture settings alone, other than obviously picking home use over store display. Standard def. Cable doesn’t look great, but I was expecting that as I’ve upped my PC monitor before and gone through the same issues. The free over air/cable HD channels are looking NICE! Unfortunately I do not have a Blu-ray player yet, and so I can’t test really high end content. What I can say is I have one of the cheapest Target-special DVD players out there and STILL standard DVD’s are looking great. SO good in fact that on some I have to turn down/off the Auto Motion Plus settings to avoid that re-shot-old-movie-with-high-end-home-video-camera look. The “mexican soap opera” look if you will. The exception is my animated selections. I tossed in Finding Nemo and it looks flat out amazing! Black levels (people seem to crow about this a lot on reviews) look good to me. With no signal in the lower 2 corners there is a bit of what I guess is “flashlighting” but nothing I find significant at all and when those parts of the screen are actually receiving signal I don’t see it at all.

    EDIT: I now have a PS3 functioning as my Blu-ray player and movies have looked amazing! Black levels look great to me, movies are chrystal clear and even a game like Uncharted from 2007 looks beautiful. I have now found that going with basic/manual image settings almost always displays a better outcome than letting the Auto-Motion and Anti-this-and-that take their shot at the images.

    WIS09ABGN Wireless LAN Adapter:
    Setup is no harder than getting a laptop to find your wireless router. Just plug it in after the television is on, and it will bring you through entering the password. Works excellent and given the shape of the back of this screen it fits in and won’t be a problem even if you were to hang the set flush to a wall.

    Apps (Incomplete): I have only really used the Netflix app as of yet. I have found that the HD streaming content looks great, and the SD streaming content goes from very good down to “meh” or even a bit jerky on screen. Given the HD content looks so good, I feel I can eliminate wireless bandwith issues. I think it is just a varying quality in the SD content they offer.
    EDIT: Either the television is hitting its stride, or turning off all of the image enhancers has greatly aided the jerky movement I thought I was getting from the Netflix streams. Everything looks excellent now.

    I didn’t anticipate running that much sound from the set, but since I’m streaming Netflix I find myself using the TV speakers more often than expected. I could use an Audio Out to my receiver, but I’ve found the sound to be surprisingly good (maybe it’s that chubby 3.2″ dept giving more room for the speakers).
    EDIT: I still use the televisions speakers for most cable tv watching and even some streaming movies as they are working out well enough too…

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