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Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV
Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


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Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV


Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV

The LN-S4096D delivers a picture of startling clarity that rivals real life. With its 6000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, over two million pixel resolution, Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp, S-PVA Panel, 10-bit processor with 12.8 billion colors, and stylish look, the LN-S4096D is something to behold.

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  1. 22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrific set, December 8, 2006
    By 
    Jason Shumate “jshumate9″ (GA United States) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    This is really an excellent set. I have waited a long time to buy my first HDTV and I finally bought this because it had a price I liked and the right features. I haven’t yet been able to test it on a high def picture (that will happen tomorrow), but it’s terrific for standard definition. I have tried it on VCD, Divx, DVD and regular cable and it looks great on all of them. I do have a few suggestions on how to get the best picture from this set.

    1) Some will disagree, but if your source is not 16×9 (either anamorphic DVD or widescreen HD broadcasts), you really should watch it in 4:3 mode and not have it needlessly stretch the video to 16:9 mode. You can change the viewing mode with the remote control. If you don’t like black sidebars on 4:3 viewing and only want to see full screen for everything, don’t complain if the stretching makes the imperfections in the original source more apparent.

    2) Use a component (NOT composite!) output or HDMI output from your DVD player to the TV and set the output on the DVD player to progressive (if it supports it). My DVD player is a cheap Philips DVP-642 and the output of everything I have tried looks great. Even low resolution VCD looks really good on this TV. My DVD player is too old and cheap to support HDMI output, but component output looks great. I compared S-Video output with component output and component is the way to go.

    3) Don’t sit too close. My viewing distance is 9 feet and the TV looks great at this distance. If you sit only 2-3 feet away, imperfections are somewhat more noticeable. If you are going to sit very close to your TV, you need a smaller screen unless you can live with being able to see every minute imperfection in everything you watch.

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Can’t wait for Wimbledon in HD, January 9, 2007
    By 
    D. Hicks (Ellicott City, MD) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I’ve had the Samsung LNS4096D for about a month. Lacking previous knowledge or experience with HDTV I researched the subject extensively on the web and in several stores, comparing this model to Sony XBR and others. The Samsung has met or exceeded my expectations in almost every area. If I were to make my buying decision today I would again select this model.

    Pros: excellent picture quality, connectivity options, swivel is handy. I was surprised by how good my old $75 DVD player displays, guess it’s because it has progressive scan. Also, concerns about pixel blur with subjects in motion were unfounded.

    Cons: sound is somewhat tinny, not same quality as picture – but hooking up an old pair of powered speakers solves the issue for me.

    There’s still a lot I don’t know about “Definition.” Some non-HD broadcasts look as good as they do on my older Sony Wega SDTV while others are poor. And one week an NFL game on an HD channel is crystal clear but the next week it looks like SD. I switched to Verizon FIOS thinking that an all-digital transmission would make everything look at least as good as the digital content on Comcast’s Digital package. But that has not been the case. I guess it has to do with the entire video chain, from capture to transmission to display. And that LCD still has trouble matching SDTV on a CRT set. Hopefully the dissappointing channels/shows will only get better as broadcasters upgrade their technology.

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  3. 17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Good TV Terrible Service, March 21, 2007
    By 
    Richard Van Horn (New Yor, USA) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNS4096D 40-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I have two words of horror for you, Electronics Expo. I purchased this set through Amazon, who then relied on Electronics Expo to send the TV. First off, they sent it via UPS rather than a qualified TV delivery service like Amazon uses. When I hooked up the TV, the picture worked for 30 seconds then went to a green screen and blinked once in a while. I called Samsung and they said that they would send someone out in about a week, but if the problem occurred during shipping, the waranty wouldn’t cover the repair. I decided to email Electronics Expo to request a new set and ask for a shipping label. They emailed me and told me that they wouldn’t accept a return of a TV over 20 inches! I read the return policy and noticed that it only applied to returned items for unwanted items, not defective items. Electronics Expo then ceased to return my emails. I called and spoke to a manager who tried telling me that if the item was damaged while shipping, I would have to wait for them to be reimbursed by UPS before my new TV was shipped! The TV looked great for the 30 seconds that I actually saw a signal, but if this is being shipped by Electronics Expo, play it safe and spend the extra money to buy it elsewhere.

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