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Samsung UN46ES7500 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Charcoal Grey)

Samsung UN46ES7500 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Charcoal Grey)
Samsung UN46ES7500 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Charcoal Grey)


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Category : LED TV

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Samsung UN46ES7500 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Charcoal Grey)


Samsung UN46ES7500 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Charcoal Grey)

Samsung UN46ES7500 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Charcoal Grey).Power consumption operational 76 Watt,Power consumption stand by / sleep 0.1 Watt.

  • Smart TV with Smart Interaction
  • Smart Content with Signature Services
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Camera
  • Full HD 2D and 3D
  • Thin LED Design: TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 41.2-Inch x 27.2-Inch x 10.9-Inch, TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 41.2-Inch x 24.4-Inch x 1.2-Inch

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  1. 199 of 200 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressive 3D HD TV in spite of poor Voice Control Features, May 5, 2012
    By 
    Chris from Michigan (Grand Rapids, MI USA) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    As with any major purchase I did so much research before selecting the Samsung UN60ES7500 60-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV. I looked at all the major brands including LG, Sharp, Toshiba, Panasonic, and Sony. I spent several weeks in my free time doing this, reading and comparing specifications, and checking customer reviews on sites like Amazon and Google Shopping. Where available for each model I looked at I read CNET and Home Theater site reviews as well.

    Based on the available technologies I had to decide between Plasma and LED for starters, and then Active or Passive 3D. From my research online I discovered there were proponents in each camp, and finally I reached critical mass and realized without some hands on comparison I would never be able to decide.

    My older son and I went down to the local Best Buy and basically tried all the brands mentioned above and both active and passive 3D technologies. The Samsung UN60ES7500 immediately blew away the biggest myth I had read of with Active 3D and that’s not having enough of a viewing angle when move away from the center of the screen. In 2D and 3D TV we could see the picture fine when being on so much of angle where you wouldn’t be able to see the front of the TV!

    The TV picture for both 2D and 3D is FABULOUS! Totally blows away, as I would expect, my 5 year old 50″ Panasonic plasma, and my 2 year old LG 22″ LED TV. I could not be more pleased!
    On the rare occasions I use the pass-through mode of my AV receiver, the sound quality if the TV speakers is decent; certainly far better than the two aforementioned TVs.

    Of course while doing my research I came across complaints for this line of TVs from Samsung, such as you could not use a mouse or keyboard with it, but under mine int he setup mode are setting for a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard. I’ll have to try that on a later date and update this report. I also read complaints of different color lines down the display, light bleeding around the edges, and other issues, but as I said previously the picture on this unit is amazing!

    More than a few of the reviews I had read mentioned the Samsung line my TV was a part of were turning themselves off for no reason. I’m theorizing this might have been because they had automatic power setting set to do this, or perhaps the voice command feature misinterpreted some TV dialog as a command to turn off the set. One reviewer mentioned when they removed theirs from the network this issue stopped, mine has been on my home network since the day it arrived, with no issues. The wireless network setup was quick and easy in fact and I’ve had no network related issues on either of my home wireless networks, both of which use different security settings.

    Speaking of Voice Commands, this is one of Samsung’s ‘Smart TVs’, meaning you can use a set of predefined commands and hand gestures to control it.

    It should be noted I did NOT buy the set for these features, which is good because they are, in my humble opinion, not ready for prime time. Trying to get the TV to recognize, even with the TV muted, voice commands is a hit or miss proposition. It either does not recognize the initial command phrase, or it can easily misinterpret commands. How it thinks “TV Power Off”is the command for “Current Time” is beyond me. The hand gesturing also needs work. Trying to get the on screen menu to come up when holding using the waving gesture it expects, even after going through the setup calibration, rarely works, but get a bit tired and raise your hands while stretching, and Bam! it appears!

    Hopefully subsequent firmware upgrades will improve this, but if you main reason for getting a Smart TV is for these features, you will be sorely disappointed.

    The TV comes with a number of pre-loaded applications, such as a Netflix library and there is an application store you can choose more from. There are both free and paid apps. As the TV has a built in camera, there is also a Skype application. This is also a decent web browser; with a wireless keyboard and mouse this would be a very easy way to surf the web, check your email, etc.

    So, in closing, if you’re looking for a TV based on being able to dump your remote and use hand gesturing and voice commands to control it, this is NOT the TV for you. You’ll be very disappointed in the poor implementation of these features based on today’s firmware.

    If on the other hand you’re looking for a large screen, network connected 3D HD TV with a fantastic picture, a boatload of applications, and a plethora of other features this is an ideal purchase.

    Because of the poor implementation of the Voice Command and Gesturing features, I’d give this TV four out of five stars.

    Updated 6/8/2012

    Now that I’ve had this TV for just over a month I thought a brief update was in order. I’ve seen…

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  2. 55 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This TV has it all and looks stunning, March 21, 2012
    By 
    J. Wilson
    (REAL NAME)
      

    I love this product!!! Samsung has slammed it totally out of the park with the ES7500…. I think the picture quality is stellar, I don’t see any of the bleeding/cloudyness etc that I hear people complain about. I did need to tweak the judder and blur reduction settings so movies didn’t lose their depth of field, but overall this TV is amazing… I would highly recommend this to anyone! When I was at the store I looked at the ES8000 also, but honestly I couldn’t see a difference in PQ… I guess the 8000 has micro uber dimming or something, but to me the 7500 has it all anyways, so I’m stoked….

    Voice control is awesome, touch remote takes some getting used to, but is very cool, and the TV is sooo sexy… I’ll try to take a picture or two and upload them for others to see…

    Only bad note, the gesture control doesn’t really work (but I didn’t care about that feature)….oh that the whole thing with Amazon VOD still stinks, but hey I think this is the best TV you can buy for under $3000….

    3/23 Update…. I’ve added a photo for you to see… Its not the best, but I can you that unless you have the brightness blown out on the screen, there is no bleeding from the corners, which is the complaint I read about all the time…. maybe other folks like it brighter than me, but whatever, its an awesome screen!

    3/25 Update…. Watched Tron 3d (or part of it)…. WOW!!! The 3D on the Tv is as good or better than cinema 3d…. I only watched 20 minutes or so, but I did not feel eye strain setting in… in fact over time it felt like I was just watching my tv normally, like the 3d was supposed to be there all the time. On a sad note, I had to turn off the voice control, because the tv was taking commands from its own programming… :) it almost turned itself off while I was watching Amazing Race for some reason…. got all the way to the final “OK” before I scrambled for the remote and canceled…. maybe that needs some work still…but the picture quality is shockingly good.

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  3. 90 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Picture, but…, April 30, 2012
    By 
    VanDoos
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    I’ve had the TV for a month now and I can’t get over how great the picture quality is, both in 3D and 2D. Gesture control and Voice Control takes some time to get used to…it’s not as sensitive as the Wii or like-devices. Other than the bells and whistles that you’re basically paying for, there is one major drawback that I’m having a heck of a time fixing/figuring out (because Samsung customer support is convinced it’s user-error; which it could very well be…but as a warning to others please read on): major networking issues.

    I have it hooked up to my home network and all seems great in terms of playing vides/music/pictures via router, however, the TV’s firmware wants to constantly update and stay connected, thus it automatically shuts off randomly and turns back on; no matter what input you have the TV on. A major annoyance. I unhooked it from my home network and all is fine now, just sucks that I can’t enjoy one of the major reasons why I bought the TV. So be warned if you’re buying this TV for not just the great picture but for the versatility of using it as an extension to your home network.

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