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Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black)
Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black)


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Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black)


Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung LED HDTVs combine breakthrough picture quality and advanced connectivity options that will keep you entertained 24/7. This UN46C6500 LED HDTV also makes it easy to be green, and will save you some green, by being ENERGY STAR compliant.

  • Full HD 1080p resolution
  • Auto Motion Plus 120Hz
  • Ultra Slim Design (1.1″ deep)
  • Touch of Color?
  • Exceeds ENERGY STAR® standards

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  1. 94 of 97 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Expectations Run High, July 27, 2010
    By 
    Christopher Deweese (Kansas City) –
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    This review is from: Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    When you spend $1500 on a piece of technology you have certain assumptions and expectations about it. You do your research the best you can and hope that your purchase will be everything you hoped it would be. Occasionally, you are thrown for a loop and presented with some challenges that you didn’t anticipate. That’s what happened to me when I picked up this excellent TV. My old Sony LCD did not have HDMI ports, so I was relegated to the spaghetti bowl of component hookups to achieve high definition. I just had to have a TV with HDMI, so when I was finally in the market I knew it would have to be at least 46″, LCD or something comparable, full 1080p, and have plenty of HDMI ports on it. With the exception of one small issue, this TV is everything I wanted.

    I must say that the Samsung UN46C6500 LED TV is astonishing to look at. The colors are rich and saturated, black levels are the blackest I’ve ever seen, and the images are crisp and clear. The screen is a glossy finish, so it does reflect any light you might have in the room, but it’s not overly distracting. The panel itself is super thin, only about one inch thick. The stand is very sturdy. Touch sensitive buttons line the lower right hand corner of the panel (kind of hard to see, but they’re responsive). The bezel has a brushed matte charcoal grey strip covering a transparent acrylic (very elegant).

    The one problem I have with this TV is not listed anywhere except inside the manual. I didn’t see any other documentation or warnings about this, so I was a little disappointed when I encountered it. This TV is not compatible with HDMI versions older than 1.3. My old Onkyo receiver (TX-SR604) came with HDMI 1.1, so the TV would not display images through it. I had always thought that HDMI was backwards compatible. It’s not on this TV, and the manual clearly says that if you have any components with HDMI versions older than 1.3 you may have issues with sound and video. Beware.

    Because I was so disappointed that I would not be able to use HDMI through my receiver, I decided to upgrade to the Denon AVR-791 (which supports HDMI 1.4 and is 3D ready). Even though I’m another $500 poorer, I’m an extremely happy camper. Watching Avatar on blu-ray with this setup is truly amazing. The TV performs wonderfully and is otherwise exactly what I was wanting. I have not ventured into the internet TV features, but that’s on the horizon. Unfortunately, the TV is not wifi compatible (unless you buy a USB adapter), so you’ll need to use an ethernet cable (I actually knew this before buying).

    Samsung makes incredible LCD and LED TV’s. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a high definition viewing experience. Hopefully, my review will educate and warn those with older components. HDMI is the way to go, but you can always fall back on component cables if you have to. That just wasn’t an option for me. When all is said and done, I don’t regret my purchase at all. The end result was well worth the journey.

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  2. 41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good picture, very bad sound and other deficiencies, August 15, 2010
    By 
    Yee Lee (Milpitas, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    What’s good: an excellent picture (good blacks, vivid though slightly unnatural colors), classy looking thin panel
    What’s bad: very poor sound (single back-firing speaker, not even stereo sound),highly reflective screen (glare problem), ugly and obstructive 4-footed stand, poorly designed remote control, WiFi setup buggy.

    Had this TV for about a month, have not yet calibrated it with a HDTV calibration DVD but was able to eyeball adjust the brightness, contrast, and color settings to get a very pleasing picture. But no amount of playing with the audio settings could I get a decent sound. Dialogs all sound tinny, the best I could do was to cut the “10K” equalization setting down to minimum to reduce the “tinny-ness” of spoken words at the expense of getting much high frequency with music. Neither could I get any stereo effect out of the TV and playing with the “balance” audio setting made no difference in the sound. The reason became clear when I opened the back plate of the TV. The sound comes from a single 3″ back-firing speaker, driven by a single pair of wires from the audio board. The 3″ speaker is pancake flat, giving the cone little extension for producing the lower frequency sounds. A single pair of wires can produce only one channel of sound and my guess it’s a mono channel. I cannot understand why the specification claims “10 Watts x 2 audio power stereo broadcast reception” when there is only one speaker.

    The obvious solution is to get a sound bar or a home theater audio system to handle the audio. The Samsung sound bar sounds like a good bet, but here’s where Samsung fails to provide an aesthetically pleasing solution. If the TV is not wall-mounted, the 4-footed stand prevents the sound bar from sitting right below the TV bezel. As much as the ToC decor is meant to help with the spouse factor, the sound bar addition will send one once again to the dog house. Samsung, Wake Up!!! If you can’t make the sound bar look good with the TV, then you can at least try to provide decent stereo sound.

    A few other issues with this TV and probably all Samsung LCD TV’s. The highly reflective display surface creates a very distracting reflection if there is a light source directly opposite the screen; this is especially a problem when the scene has low light intensity. This TV is in our bedroom and the nightstand lights have to be turned off in order to watch a movie at night.

    The remote control leaves a lot to be desired. Not only can it not control a Samsung DVD player, the ergonomics is far shy of other brands. Just try using the navigational and enter keys by feel without looking and you will get an exercise in frustration. Those keys are not sculpted to gives you any feel for which key you are pushing, and unlike other keys, they are not backlit, so when you are navigating the Samsung apps at night, you may have to turn on a light that you just turned off to avoid the screen glare problem. Samsung could learn a great deal by studying a Toshiba TV remote.

    One other problem I encountered was in setting up the WiFi connection. The same Samsung WiFi USB adapter on the Samsung Blu-ray DVD player connected to my wireless router without any problem. Yet the same adapter failed to connect to the router when it’s moved over to the TV. This is all done with the Samsung WiFi adapter on a USB extension cable that allows the adapter to be placed in exactly the same spot regardless of which device it was wired to. It took some playing around, but it finally got down to the fact that my router has SSID broadcast disabled. The DVD player software has no trouble with not seeing a broadcasted SSID whereas the TV’s software wouldn’t initialize to it even when all the proper information was entered in the setup procedure. When I turned on SSID broadcast, the TV connected to the router right away and the signal strength was excellent. Once I had the TV connected to the router, I was able to disable SSID broadcast and the TV now connects to the router without a problem; so the bug seems to be only in the software for initial connection.

    Given all the deficiencies with this TV, as much as I liked the picture quality, I would not recommend this TV, especially at the price that has to be paid. There are TV’s with equally good picture quality, much better sound, less glare and better remote control ergonomics.

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  3. 76 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding Image Quality!, April 6, 2010
    By 
    Laercio Silva Jr. (Brazil) –
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    This review is from: Samsung UN46C6500 46-Inch 120 Hz 1080p LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    I don’t speak english enough for a review, so I’ll resume my experience with this amazing tv.

    Pros:

    - The first good impression I had, was the very good built quality and the soft weight.
    - The Design is very nice, the TV side is really slim and the color is a kind of black mate, beautiful.
    - The image quality is really impressing.
    - The stand is the best designed I have seen.
    - Is so far better than my 1 year old Samsung LCD Series 7
    - If you have a Xbox 360 you will see totally different the way to play games
    - The allshare is one of the best functions on that tv, pictures, videos, music and everything you have on your computer you can see on TV.

    Cons:

    - No 3D (I know is not included on this model)
    - No built in wi-fi, only wired internet (You have to buy the wi-fi adapter separately.)
    - The internet apps is starting so no expect the apps you see on amazon page
    - The allshare doesn’t work with Mac

    In resume i love it, I don’t know if is because is my first LED tv, but it is everything I was expected from Samsung and is better so far, I’m using 2 weeks now, and I can’t see movies o games again on my old TV.

    ::::UPDATE:: 04/19/2010

    I’m updating that review to share how I have improved my experience with that TV!

    CALIBRATION FOR XBOX 360

    With game mode turned on, you won’t get the best from this TV.
    This adjust is so far better than using “Game Mode”, you will get the best image on Xbox 360 after the TV is turned on for 20 minutes.

    # Picture Modes

    * Picture Mode : Standard
    * Color Temperature : Warm 1 or Normal
    * Aspect Ratio : 16:9

    # Picture Settings

    * Backlight : 9
    * Contrast : 90
    * Brightness : 46
    * Sharpness : 10
    * Color : 49
    * Tint : G50/R50

    # Advanced Settings

    * Black Tone : Off
    * Dynamic Contrast : Low
    * Shadow Detail : -2
    * Gamma : 0
    * RGB Only Mode : Off
    * Color Space : Auto
    * White Balance : Factory Default
    * 10p White Balance : Off
    * Fleshtone : 0
    * Edge Enhancement : Off
    * xvYCC : Off
    * LED Motion Plus : OFF

    # Picture Options

    * Color Tone : Warm 1 or Normal
    * Size : 16:9
    * Digital Noise Filter : On
    * MPEG Noise Filter : Off
    * HDMI Black Level : Normal
    * Auto Motion Plus 120Hz : Standard

    CALIBRATION FOR BLU-RAY

    If you have too many lights on your the TV room, you need change only the Backlight setting.

    # Picture Modes

    * Picture Mode : Movie
    * Color Temperature : Warm 1 or Warm 2
    * Aspect Ratio : 16:9

    # Picture Settings

    * Backlight : 8
    * Contrast : 90
    * Brightness : 45
    * Sharpness : 10
    * Color : 45
    * Tint : G50/R50

    # Advanced Settings

    * Black Tone : Off
    * Dynamic Contrast : Low
    * Shadow Detail : -2
    * Gamma : 0
    * RGB Only Mode : Off
    * Color Space : Auto
    * White Balance : Factory Default
    * 10p White Balance : Off
    * Fleshtone : 0
    * Edge Enhancement : Off
    * xvYCC : Off
    * LED Motion Plus : off

    # Picture Options

    * Color Tone : Warm 1 or Warm 2
    * Size : 16:9
    * Digital Noise Filter : On
    * MPEG Noise Filter : Off
    * HDMI Black Level : Normal
    * Auto Motion Plus 120Hz : Standard: (I like to use STANDARD because I like the natural movement of the picture, but if you like closer to Theater quality, you can use the adjustment CLEAR or SMOOTH)

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