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Samsung UN46ES8000 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver)

Samsung UN46ES8000 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver)
Samsung UN46ES8000 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver)

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Samsung UN46ES8000 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver)

Samsung UN46ES8000 46-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver)

Samsung UN46ES8000 46-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Silver)

  • Smart TV with Smart Interaction
  • Smart Content with Signature Services
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Full HD 2D or 3D
  • Built-in camera. 4 pairs of 3D active glasses included.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Camera
  • Full HD 2D and 3D
  • Thin LED Design: TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 40.9-Inch x 25.7-Inch x 8.3-Inch, TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 40.9-Inch x 24.2-Inch x 1.2-Inch

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  1. 340 of 353 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This TV is one of the best, March 22, 2012
    Corey Fisher (Las Vegas, Nevada United States) –

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    I bought this TV from Amazon and received it the next day via UPS. I hooked it up and it works flawlessly. The set-up is amazingly simple, the TV is very easy to set up and put together. Everything is explained in detail and gives video demonstrations. I went ahead and calibrated the TV using a calibration DVD and the TV offers some of the most superb and realistic picture quality I have seen yet. The 3D is also much improved and it’s nice they threw in 4 pairs of glases with it. I have found that if you follow the directions that they show you very clearly in the demonstrations and follow the process, the TV responds very accurately and very well. The motion controls are probably the only thing that needs a very little amount of work, but I mean, compared to a Kinect, it basically works the same way and is not more or less accurate then the Kinect, either. The TV’s black levels are the best I have seen for an LED set, coming close to the best of Plaasma’s, motion rate is extremely enhanced and 3D performance has no visible crosstalk or juttering as in old sets. All in all, this is the best performing and high-est tech TV set available. It’s also extremely fast with the dual core processing, everything you do is a snap. Apps load very quickly, internet is decent and the TV responds well. I have not had any issues from a weeks use of the TV. It has worked flawlessly.

    ***UPDATE*** after further testing I have found one flaw. The media hub works well, however, Netflix has an issue. It will only work half the time. Half the time it will not load a video and the TV will reset, the other half it works fine. I haven’t lost any settings yet, however, it is annoying. I have reduced to 4 stars sInce it isn’t the end of the world and will likely be fixed with a simple software update. I watch a lot of Netflix, so Samsung, I know you will read these first reviews. This software bug with Netflix needs to get fixed. I am an advanced tech lead for Sprint, I’ve already tried everything to T/S the issue and other people reviews state the same. However, my TV has not had its settings reset like others. This is my only small complaint, everything else works fine.

    ***UPDATE #2*** There was some kind of update to the TV last night and the resetting seams to have stopped during Netflix and seams a bit more responsive, for now, but still not a guarantee that it’s fixed. I’m not sure what kind of update it was because the damn TV is so fast, I didn’t see it long enough before it was done. I’m pretty sure I will need to wait and test it more. However, it seams to have stopped. The other thing I have noticed is that the LED lights at the bottom of the screen in the middle seam brighter then the rest of the lights, but this is only noticeable in pure 100% darkness, which you’ll see anyways, because it’s still and LCD anyway you look at it. I have also purchased a PN51E8000 TV for downstairs, it appears that the PN51E8000 has much darker blacks in pure darkness, in fact, it’s not far off from an OLED, however, I’ll post a review of that one later.

    ***UPDATE #3*** it appears that the reset issue with Netflix only appears when the smart hub has issues connecting with Samsung. I have noticed that on weekdays, it works fairly well and can connect to apps just fine. However, on weekends, it appears Samsungs servers can’t currently handle the traffic as I seam to get “network interference” issues and most apps won’t connect, even though my connection to the Internet is fine at 25mbps+ and when the apps are having difficulty and you try to get on Netflix, it has trouble playing videos and gets stuck and then resets. Other then these few small issues I have had with the TV and the connection to Samsungs media hub, I continue to be blown away by the stellar 3D, the ridiculous crispness of the picture and the smooth motion rate and I have gotten use to the voice commands. I was originally having problems with it recognizing my voice, but after turning down our fan in our room, it seams to recognize my voice very well now. So Samsung, hear me out… The network interference problems have to get resolved and Netflix needs to be updated so it simply rebuffed instead of turning off the TV. If this happens, I’ll be a happy camper.

    ***UPDATE #4*** alright Samsung techs, here’s one for ya and even though this doesn’t actually reflect my review of the TV itself, im not sure where the problem lays. I have an iPad as well as two iPhone 4s’s, all running iOS 5.1. The iPhones work great with the remote control, they always find the tv and connect and work well. However, the iPad 2 Samsung remote does not work. It will work right when you connect and allow it, but as soon as you don’t use it for awhile, it stops working and never reconnects, it gets an “unknown network error” and disconnects. I was so fixated on getting it fixed that I even hard reset my iPad 2 and reinstalled the app and it still does it. The…

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  2. 68 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    believe the hype, March 22, 2012
    Eugene Yoon “randomly geek” (bay area, CA USA) –

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    I just received my TV, set it up and tested it out. First of all, installation was a breeze, camera and mic work beautifully as do the motion controls.

    More importantly, the image is perfect. I don’t know what these other reviewers are going on about but screen uniformity is phenomenal and on par with any of the other LED LCD tvs I’ve seen. Blacks are deep and inky and with the backlighting on the factory default, I saw no evidence of flashlighting or light creep.

    3D works like a charm. Set the PS3 to recognize the new screen and the new 3D glasses pair with the TV quickly and easily and don’t mind at all if I look away from the screen. Tested out Transformers 3D (don’t laugh, I have 6 year old son and he loves them) and the image was crisp, detailed with very little artifacting or crosstalk. I fired up wipeout HD 3D and that performed beautifully as well.

    For me, it was between this TV and the new Panasonic line up. While I agree that the plasmas handle blacks better than LCD screens, I prefered the image crispness of an LED LCD panel. I am not disappointed and more than happy with the es8000.

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  3. 701 of 793 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    5 Stars Revised to 1 (60 inch screen review), April 12, 2012
    Mack “Mackharder” (Austin, TX) –

    This TV is absolutely incredible. I got the 60 inch and bought direct from Samsung’s website as I had a discount. I love the design of the actual TV, it’s base is sharp looking and the TV and bezel are so thin it’s going to look amazing mounted on my stone wall. The resolution and black levels are amazing. When I first saw the motion control demonstrated at Fry’s when they first got them in, it looked completely unresponsive, but after getting mine, I now know why that was. The room has to be bright. They were demonstrating it in a very dim room. It doesn’t see your hand movement completely if it’s dark. It is totally responsive and much more fluid than I originally thought. Honestly speaking it’s REALLY cool, but I doubt I’ll end up using it that much, maybe for my fantasy football app during football season or when I can’t find the remote and I want to turn the volume up. I bet Samsung will create a wider range of uses for the motion control through updates later on. So I feel like there is more to come from the motion control as well as the voice control.

    The voice control works really well. There isn’t a huge list of commands, only ones on the screen, but it’s neat and very impressive to people to speak to your TV, definitely peaking on the wow factor. Like I said, there aren’t a ton of voice commands, but I feel this is a good base for expansion by Samsung updates.The amount of apps is plentiful and I love the fact that Samsung has introduced the Evolution Kits. What a great idea. Just a simple software upgrade instead of selling a TV when something new comes out.

    Now for my only negative thus far into my purchase. I rented The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on bluray to test how good the quality of the TV really is. It’s phenomenal. HOWEVER, once the screen went to black as the credits rolled you DO see spotlighting from the corners. It’s weird because you don’t see it when you’re on non-HD channels and they black bar the left and right sides. In fact the ONLY time I’ve seen the spotlighting is during the credits of the movie. You don’t see it in dark scenes or when the movie in letterbox format. If someone can explain why I only saw it during movie credits and not when in letterbox, that would be great. I know this TV is edgelit not backlit, so the pixels aren’t turned off.

    All in all it’s a tiny complaint for such an awesome TV that is packed with features no other TV has right now. How often are you watching just a black screen? Never. So seeing spotlighting during credits I really could careless, but for those who are completely obsessive may find it annoying. I am not going to knock down such an awesome TV a star over something like that. When you put this thing on your mantle, wall, or TV stand your jaw is going to drop at how sweet it looks even when it’s off. Then you say “Hi TV – Power On” and wave your hand at the screen and it just gets even cooler.

    **UPDATE** 4/14/12
    Voice recognition actually has a lot more capabilities than I originally thought. When creating a Samsung account instead of remote control analog typing which can be tedious or the motion control which hurts you arm keeping it up for awhile typing out a long email, you can just say your full email address into the controller and it will get it pretty damn close. You can also say your name and all that and it did it no problem. My name is Chris, so it’s not that complicated, but my last name has 2 Ts in a row and it got that somehow instead of just hearing one. Impressive. What is stupid is that you can’t use the voice for entering in a URL or stuff like that. Why did they take away the QWERTY remote? Stupid. Also, to keep from having to manually log in, you can take screen shot of your face and it will log you in and all your PERSONAL setting from reading your face. That is super cool if you have people who like different settings.

    Exploring the app store more, there is not a whole lot there, but I expect it to grow since this TV just came out a couple weeks ago. What I am REALLY hoping for is that they bring back the Yahoo apps. The immediate predecessor TVs had Yahoo apps and this one doesn’t. A big thing for me was having Yahoo Fantasy Football on screen live updating while I’m watching games. I really don’t understand why they dumped Yahoo or why the app store is so scant right now. They have dozens and dozens of kid friendly apps that probably make great use of the motion control, but how does that help me with no kids. I don’t care about the Kids section or Family Story. Give me my Fantasy football app. I’m not kidding, they have like 4 sports apps and 25 kids apps. COME ON SAMSUNG!! Please expand on that soon. I am still trying to figure out how to rearrange the Smart Hub, it’s unclear. I’ll have to check the manual I guess.

    I absolutely LOVE the AllShare Play. I just plug my external hard drive with downloaded movies into one of the USB inputs in…

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