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Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black)

Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black)
Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black)


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Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black)


Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black)

Make the move to the smoothest LCD action ever. Samsung’s LN55C630 LCD HDTV offers incredible color and rich clarity, all on a 55-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.

  • Full HD 1080p resolution
  • Touch of Color? design
  • Exceeds ENERGY STAR® standards
  • ConnectShare? Movie
  • Game Mode

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  1. 38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing dark room LCD., April 21, 2010
    By 
    Tyler Farnsworth (Redmond, WA) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    I spent hours researching and looking at TVs in the store before buying this 55″ monster. I actually returned a plasma I had purchased in order to get this TV and I am very glad I did. This TV will require some playing around in the menu settings and the settings of your input source (HD TV cable box and PS3 for me). Once dialed in though, it shines. The previous reviewers are telling the truth about the glossy screen, it will rainbow on you with heavy light coming in from windows or anything else that’s bright and pointed at the TV, however if you plan on putting it in a dark room like I did, its extremely nice. I could have gotten the smaller 46″ version with the matte screen to eliminate this rainbow glare but this glossy screen gives deeper blacks if used in the right conditions and that is exactly what I wanted. The only down side to this TV besides the reflective screen is the input lag. It’s not as great as some other LCD’s out there but to be honest I’d rather have this slighter higher input lag while gaming than give up all the other qualities this TV brings to the table. You are going to be hard pressed to find an LCD out right now that does everything as well as this TV, but with better lag. So as long as you’re ok with ~50-80 ms input lag in game mode, a screen that is really meant for a darker room, and can take the time to dial in all the settings, this TV is will make you one happy camper.

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  2. 20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful, June 16, 2010
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    This review is from: Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    Wow, this TV is beautiful. The color, contrast, and brightness is amazing.

    Pros:
    * Color saturation is just right.
    * Darks are very dark for non-full-frame LED
    * Price – Amazing for a 55″
    * Feature set is awesome considering the price
    * Fully transparent glass makes the picture look that much more amazing, especially in the dark.

    Cons:
    * Fully transparent glass is glossy and can produce lots of glare if you have windows in a bad location. The screen has an ambient light sensor so I just turned up the brightness and at night during movies it automatically dims for the dark conditions
    * The viewing angle is perfect for +/- 15 degrees… outside of that, the darks grey out… it’s really not that big a deal though
    * It’s not free?

    Notes:
    * You MUST tweak the settings on this TV such as the auto-dimming feature. By default, it is set to a backlight level of 0 (zero)!!! I turned it up to 8 and it is super bright while the darks are very dark.
    * If you’re like me, then you hate the 120/240 hertz smooth motion that is built into TVs, including this one. The first thing I did was turn it OFF. It looks unnatural IMO.

    Overall, this is an amazing TV well worth the money. I would suggest it to anyone as long as they realize that the screen is glossy because that could be the biggest issue with the TV. I also got the warranty because my last Samsung died after a year and a half (the warranties are only 1 year).

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  3. 33 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Glossy and reflections, June 27, 2010
    By 
    D. Derenzo (Boca Raton) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LN55C630 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    I’ve had the TV for a little over a month. The screen is extremely glossy, reflective and has rainbows. (See pics). Black levels are decent, but a little muddy when in a darkened room. I’ve messed around with most of the settings and just can’t get the blacks to show good detail. There is a very tiny flashlight effect in the two lower corners, but barely noticeable. Colors are good, but inconsistent when watching cable so it’s probably not the TV’s fault. I see occasional lip sync issues, but again I’ve only seen this watching cable and it’s not all the time, so I don’t think it’s the TV. Off angle picture definitely degrades.

    During the day, or with any lights on, the TV is barely watchable due to reflections. I get rainbows if a light is on and faces the TV. The only time I get good viewing is at night with almost all the lights off. If you have any lights on they have to be very low and not face the TV. It’s not just the screen that’s glossy, its also the frame. It seems like Samsung designs TVs that look better when they are turned off than when viewing. Samsung used to claim on its website for 2010 models that the TV had a special coating that “virtually eliminates glare and reflections”. This is a total lie and false advertising. I wonder if they were afraid of getting sued because it seems they have removed it.

    I turned the Auto motion plus off because some shows would “jerk” like it was skipping frames. This feature is also false advertising. I haven’t seen any advantage to having this turned on and I have viewed sports, movies, concerts, blu-rays, etc. There is no headphone jack at all. If you want to use headphones there is a 3.5mm line out, but you will not be able to adjust the volume. I had to hook up a stereo receiver to the TV just to be able to use headphones. The one area this TV excels in my opinion in that there is almost zero motion blur which I am sensitive to.

    I compared all the 55 inch models over the past 3 years (expect Vizio TruLED. Couldn’t find one anywhere) and was never happy with any of them. Plasmas are too hot, burn in, etc. LED inconsistent backlight, expensive. Strange bezels (TOC red?). The picture on this TV is 99% as good as the Samsung LEDs. Who cares about thinness? I don’t look at it from the side.

    So why didn’t I return it? I just can’t find anything I like. All Samsung 55 inchers are glossy now. I looked at non glossy Sony and LG. I don’t like the Sony bezel and I see more grain/motion blur on Sony’s than Samsung. LGs look nice, but the picture doesn’t seem to pop, black levels look worse and I see a little more motion blur than Samsungs. The LG 8500 model has the glossy screen as does the new high end Sonys. Maybe LG 55LD650, 55LE5400/5500 would have been a better way to go but the prices fluctuate and I didn’t feel like going through the hassle of returning, getting a new TV and risking not being happy with that one and starting all over again. I am just tired of looking. My solution is to get a 40 or 46 inch version of this TV for my bedroom to watch during the day, because those models are non glossy and watch the big one only at night. If anyone knows of any type of large black screen I can place behind my couch to block reflections it would be greatly appreciated.

    Here are my current settings. If anyone has calibration suggestions, let me know:

    Mode: Standard
    Backlight: 14
    Contrast ratio: 100
    Brightness: 45
    Sharpness: 50
    Color: 52
    Tint: G50/R50

    Advanced settings:

    Black tone: Off
    Dynamic contrast: Low
    Shadow: 0
    Gamma: 0
    RBG only mode: Off
    Color space: Native
    White balance: Factory setting
    Flesh tone: 0
    Edge enhancement: On

    Picture options:

    Color tone: Normal
    Size: 16x 9
    Noise Filter: Auto
    MPEG noise filter: Auto
    HDMI back level: Low
    Film mode: Auto 2
    Auto motion Plus 120 Hz: Off

    The following is not directly related to the TV, but to those just jumping into HDTV:

    I’ve had several HDTVs over the years and always returned them. At first there was a lack of HD content. Now that’s fixed, except cable TV still hasn’t gotten their act together. You’ll be watching a show in HD, then the commercials in SD. Sometimes they just stretch SD and distort the picture. Sometimes the HD channels have terrible HD quality.

    It drives me nuts that movies are in all different aspect ratios that create bars on the top, bottom and sides that transform your TV into a much smaller set. You will have bars on the top and bottom with 1:85, 2:20, 2:35 and 2:40. You will have bars on the side watching remastered classics like Gone with the Wind in 1:33. Also bars on the sides with IMAX content. Can you tell I hate widescreen? Panavision is a gimmick that movie theaters came up with when people started getting TVs in their homes to attract them to…

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