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Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV

Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV
Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
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Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV


Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV

With its sleek shape and thin, piano-black frame, Samsung’s LN-T4053H enhances your decor even when it’s off. Turn it on, and this 40″ LCD TV comes to life with brilliant colors and intense blacks, rendered in an dynamic contrast ratio. Moving images flow naturally, thanks to the fast response time. SRS TruSurround XT audio, emanating from hidden bottom speakers, fills the room with clear, nuanced, virtual surround 3-D sound.Offering an unparalleled sleek design and one of the best 720p LCD panels available, Samsung’s 2007 model LNT4053H 40-inch flat-panel LCD HDTV is an updated successor the super popular 2006 model LNS4051D. Compared to the previous year’s model this one offers an updated cosmetic design, a better contrast ratio at 8000:1, a swivel stand, hidden speakers, side A/V inputs, and 3 HDMI connections. The Samsung Digital Natural Image engine (DNIe) Video Enhancer refines all analog NTSC and wideband video inputs for an overall improvement in picture quality. DNIe improves

  • 8000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Wide Color Enhancer
  • HDM-CEC, USB 2.0
  • Swivel Stand
  • SPVA Panel

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  1. 61 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great LCD TV, May 8, 2007
    By 
    Thoreau Bartman (ChapeL Hill NC 27514) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    When my old 36 inch CRT finally went bust I was ready to upgrade to a flat panel. And after a ton of research I settled on this one. And I think I made a great choice. From what I have read, it doesn’t seem to make much of a difference actually checking out the TVs in the stores because their settings are way off etc etc. This TV was picked as the second best LCD (behind the much more expensive sony) by the CNET editors, and from everything I was able to track down this new TV looked like a winner.

    So I just bought online from amazon without actually seeing it in person. Which turned out great! The delivery company (eagle) was very fast and nice (although I did call them and they did NOT have my number-very glad I called). They came in and helped me set it up, and even helped me move my old enormous one out of the way.

    The TV is beautiful! HD programming is simply amazing. Just amazing. I have never seen something this nice on TV before. DVDs look just ok compared to it. Like on all HD tvs, standard defintion programming and DVDs don’t look quite as good as on my old CRT, but it is very close. The connectivity is great, (even better than the devices I am connecting it to actually).

    The glossy black finish is pretty cool-although it does get dusty pretty fast. And the surround sound is darn good as well. I am extremely satisfied with my purchase.

    The only problem I have found so far is that occasionally the sound will go out for some reason. If I change input sources or turn the TV off and then on again it comes back, but still-it is a concern.

    UPDATE!
    The sound problem was bugging me, and I eventually called samsung customer service. After a few fruitless merry go rounds I was finally directed to something called “Tier 2″ customer service. Apparently this sound drop out problemis a known issue with this TV, and they have a very easy firmware update fix. They are overnighting me a thumbdrive with the updated firmware and said that it would entirely fix the sound problem. I think it is pretty cool that they are going so far as to send me an actual thumbdrive with the firmware on it because I don’t have one already.

    I am very happy with this fix, but will report back if there are any other problems. I am still absolutely loving the TV, despite this sound problem.

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  2. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the best TVs for the money right now…, May 23, 2007
    By 
    P. Werdel “prw” (Washington, DC) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    After months of research about brand, screen size, screen type, and resolution, I settled on this 720p LCD from Samsung. Don’t believe the hype about 1080p sets at this size: it is absolutely the case that at this size (40 inch) the difference between the look of 720p and 1080p signals are negligible at the viewing distance most people will sit from their sets (6-10ft). Do yourself a favor and save some cash, unless you absolutely must have the newest tech toy. Me? I’d rather put the $500 toward a pair of speakers that look and sound the part next to this marvelous LCD.

    Colors are rich, sharp, and with no noticeable ghosting or pixelation. I’ve heard some folks complain about the hidden speakers sounding muddled, or uninspiring. With a bit of EQ tuning I think they sound fantastic for on-board speakers.

    Ordered from Amazon on a Monday evening with free shipping (and at $500 less than retail in BB or Circuit City!). The set was at my door by Wednesday afternoon. Unbelievable!

    No complaints. This is a gorgeous set at a fantastic price.

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  3. 29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    One major flaw mars an otherwise excellent TV, August 15, 2007
    By 
    B. Toy (San Mateo, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNT4053H 40-Inch LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I’ve spent the last 2 months shopping TVs both online and in-store. I ended up picking this unit as my bedroom TV and am supremely happy with its performance.

    The pros:
    Plasma was out because my bedroom is bright and I needed the anti-glare surface of an LCD. LCDs are also lighter so I could handle moving it around myself. It feels lighter than the ~40 pounds it’s supposed to weigh.

    Lots of inputs including 3 (count ‘em) HDMI connections. I have an HD Tivo and upconverting DVD player hooked up and still have a spare HDMI port. It’s also got 2 sets of component video if you have HD equipment from a couple years ago. There are more inputs that I won’t bother listing here since you can get the list elsewhere.

    Visual quality is stunning with HD signals. 720p and 1080i look amazing though I’d give the nod to 720p for slightly better image quality. High quality standard def signals still look very good. Poor quality signals look worse than you’d expect from a CRT based TV. I sit ~8 feet from the TV (I like the immersion) and barely notice the compression artifacts. I’d rate the noise performance at a very good 8 on a 10 scale. I wouldn’t pay the premium for 1080p unless the screen size was encroaching on 60″.

    The included stand swivels. I used to have my 36″ Sony Wega Trinitron on a turntable so the included swivel stand is a really nice addition.

    The high gloss, “piano black” finish isn’t as obnoxious as I thought it might be. It also doesn’t pick up fingerprints the way I expected.

    The cons:
    Switching inputs is painfully slow. Especially when switching to the HDMI connections. The HDMI and component inputs are “on” as long as a cable is plugged in, even if the device is off. So when I want to pass through my DVD player (which is off) to get to my HD Tivo (which is always on). I have to wait for it to scan for a signal, realize it’s not detected, and then tell me so on screen before I can move on to the next HDMI input. You can select from the main setup menu, but it takes about as much time as it does to cycle through. For this many inputs, I wish they used the Toshiba method and put up an input menu whenever you hit the source button. Direct input selection buttons on the remote would have been ideal.

    The stand does have a tendency to lean a couple degrees forward. I’m not concerned, but it’s not as sturdy feeling as I’d have liked.

    It produces as much heat as my 36″ Sony CRT did.

    The picture-in-picture was an afterthought. It doesn’t have enough options to be useful. Since I have an HD Tivo and the cable set-top-box, I’d like to be able to set one for HDMI and one for component video. Unfortunately, it only shows me the built-in tuner for the in-set window. My parents have a 15 year-old Mitsubishi that let you select any combination of inputs for PIP.

    I’ve had the sound drop-out issue twice over the last week. I’m waiting on Samsung to send me the updated firmware.

    Bottom line:
    If it weren’t for the incredibly frustrating input selection, I’d consider giving it 5 stars. But this peformance issue is enough to withhold that last star.

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