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Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black)
Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black)

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Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung LED HDTVs combine breakthrough picture quality and advanced connectivity options that will keep you entertained 24/7. This UN46C6800 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. 89 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great LED-LCD, excellent 2D picture, works great with PC, September 3, 2010
    Chris (Middleton, WI) –
    This review is from: Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    Disclaimer: I actually purchased the UN46C6900 which is the exact same television with a different colored bezel, however all here applies to the 6800 as well.

    After doing a great deal of research online and in the shops, this TV really seemed to make a lot of sense in terms of price vs. performance, and after my purchase I have to say I certainly agree. I am coming from a higher end 32″ Samsung LCD from about 3 years ago, and have spent time with friends and their various Samsung, Toshiba, Sony LCDs and Panasonic plasmas. Hopefully this review will help you make a decision and also provide some insight into using it for various input sources, particularly with a PC.

    The first question you need to ask yourself is if you want 3D… if you’re like me, you’ll find the added cost probably isn’t worth it, particularly if you already have a Blu-ray player (given that you can get a better deal on 3D glasses with a Samsung Blu-ray bundle). For me it would have cost around $400-500 more to go 3D (for the added set cost of the UN46C8000 and two pair of glasses), and after seeing it in person, 3D will definitely get a lot better in the years ahead. Outside of the performance and illusion (which was pretty cool from my in-store demos), the two problems for me in particular were that the basic and advanced rechargeable glasses weren’t comfortable with my prescription glasses, and the basic glasses use a non-rechargeable watch/coin style battery which sounds like a pain to deal with. That said I am definitely interested in 3D (particularly for games), in a few years I will likely upgrade looking closely at 3D sets to see if the quality and ergonomics have improved.

    So anyway, actually on the topic of this tv! The main reason I chose this particular set was because I was interested in 120 or 240hz LED-LCD (mainly due to decreased energy consumption), and also some type of smart backlight technology to get better blacks. I’ve also had good success with Samsung sets, and they seem to offer the most models compared to Sony or Toshiba, so I could really dial in what features I wanted (or didn’t want). So in terms of features, because many edgelit LED sets historically have been pretty horrible in terms of light uniformity, particularly in dark scenes, I was initially interested in the local dimming backlit LED sets such as the UN46B8500. Desire to save some expense and wanting to get a 2010 model year set (improved firmware considerations), I settled on this particular version given it’s “precision dimming” functionality. Of course the challenge here is that the 6800/6900 set is edgelit, so while the same trickery in the B8500 was going to be impossible (turning off light directly behind the LCD), it pulls off a similar effect pretty admirably with a thinner profile and lot less cost. How this works is, first imagine a series of LEDs placed around the entire perimeter of the screen (picture a movie-star dressing room mirror with bulb lights all around it). These LED’s can be turned on/off on the fly, dynamic to the content on the screen. For an extreme example, picture a game with a completely black loading screen, but with white text “Loading” in the lower right corner. In this scenario, all the perimeter LEDs are turned off, except for the ones in the corner, so the black areas are definitely black while the text is back/side lit. In some scenarios, where the solo text is in the middle of the screen, you get a bit of a projection of light from above and below, but this is very subtle and generally noticeable only from off center viewing. In dark scenes and places where pockets of black are on the sides of the screen, the precision dimming effect is really great. The design overall is a good compromise between the previous backlit LED sets in terms of price and form factor versus performance.

    Regarding power consumption, I’ll say I’m pretty impressed. Using a kill-o-watt meter on my complete system alternating both of my TVs (this and Samsung CCFL-LCD 32″), I did a test using identical conditions and watching the same video clip on my Playstation 3. While using this C6900, the system overall drew 80 less watts while watching the clip. I was especially impressed given that this set is quite a bit larger, so at most I was expecting the power savings from the CCFL would be offset by the increase in size. Actually saving power overall is a real bonus.

    Regarding performance over different inputs… when using this set, I have the following items connected:
    - Playstation 3 (via HDMI through Sony receiver STR-DN1000)
    - Nintendo Wii (from component RGB to the Sony receiver, upconverted to 1080i and sent to TV via HDMI)
    - PC (Windows 7 64-bit, slow fan spinning ATI Radeon 4850 via DVI to HDMI cable to HDMI1 port, designated for PC)
    - Antenna (for over-the-air local HD, I don’t have cable or dish, I generally just watch shows/movies through PC, Netflix…

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  2. 33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    M. Walters Jr. (baltimore) –

    This review is from: Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    if you do not want 3d this is the best tv to buy! i have the un46c6900 from best buy it is the same tv as the 6800 but a different color bezel. this is the only tv except the c8000 that has the led dimming. with this you get the blackest black i have seen on a led tv. also there is no clouding or light bleeding in the corners of the tv .i have had 4 different tv’s from samsung in the last two years from the 46a650 to the 46b750 and the 6800-6900 tops all of them in picture quality! i did not want the 3d feature so this why i went with this tv.if you do not want to spent the extra money for the 3d model c8000 this is the tv to get.

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  3. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV, but not perfect, October 19, 2010
    This review is from: Samsung UN46C6800 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    I give this TV 5 stars and I do think it’s great, but it is not perfect. No TV is. So you should know what you are getting (and foregoing) when you buy this set. Much of it has been stated in other reviews, and I agree for the most part. After many hours of research and comparison, I concluded that this was the best non-3D LED LCD TV I could buy at this size. Most brick and mortar stores will display a “similar” model like the 6300/6400/6500 etc, and the salesperson will probably tell you the only difference is the frame color, but this is far from the truth!

    1) Housing is sleek and looks great. Light enough to move from room to room without help.
    2) Picture quality is excellent. No bleeding of white light. Very black blacks.
    3) “Precision dimming” technology. This is found in the 6800/6900 models but not lower 6000 series or any of the 7000 series. It is an absolute must for Edge-lit LED LCD TVs.
    4) Low energy usage. Like many articles state, the extra cost of LED LCD TVs pays for itself fairly quickly with the energy savings over traditional LCD or plasma.

    Cons: (some are subjective)
    1) As with all LED LCD TVs, the contrast does deteriorate at wider viewing angles. While still watchable, it is noticeable even at about 30 degrees off center.
    2) TV speakers are only 10W x2 and could’ve been a bit better (obviously not a problem if you have external sound system).
    3) I don’t care for the X-shaped chrome legs as a stand. Leaves fingerprints. I would’ve preferred last year’s brushed nickle rectangular stand. And FYI you need 12 inches of depth on your TV stand for the legs to fit on.
    4) When on it’s stand, it swivels sideways but cannot be tilted upwards/downwards.

    Other comments:
    1) Most people will connect peripherals using HDMI cables, but if you’re going to use component video, make sure your cable plugs are not too thick (like Monster Cables often are). The TV is very thin and the plugs go in parallel to the plane of the back of the TV, so thick cable plugs cannot be easily plugged into the ports.
    2) You cannot plug in both component video (red/blue/green) and composite video (the yellow RCA plug) simultaneously since that port is shared.
    3) I cannot comment on the Wi-Fi internet capabilities as I have not yet set that up.

    Ok, so do your own research and I would guess you will end up getting this TV. Enjoy!

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