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Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV, Silver [2011 MODEL]

Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV, Silver [2011 MODEL]
Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV, Silver [2011 MODEL]

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Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV, Silver [2011 MODEL]

Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED HDTV, Silver [2011 MODEL]

Finally, entertainment and communication go hand in hand. The future of TV connectivity is calling, and the60-inch Samsung UN60D7000 LED TV is the answer – with the power of Wi-Fi and Skype built right into the set. Making video calls in real time is a breeze, and both audio and video qualities are crystal-clear. Samsung widens your view of what a TV can do, with advanced online connectivity known as Smart TV – enhanced web access and a wide range of apps. To top it all off, Samsung 3D technology immerses you in another world with a depth and clarity from3D movies titles and TV programming that you have to see to believe. It’s all wrapped up in an ultra slim Samsung One Design .2″ inch bezel, for a “more screen” appearance.

3D Technology Checklist This product is 3D-related. To help you get a great 3D experience, use the checklist below to ensure you have everything you need. 3D viewing requires: A Display
First, you’ll need a 3D-ready display–whether it’s a 3

  • 3D glasses not included in box, must be purchased as optional accessory
  • Full HD 1080p resolution. Web Browser
  • Auto Motion Plus 240Hz with Clear Motion Rate
  • Full HD 1080p resolution. Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 15,000,000:1
  • 3D, 1 year warranty parts and labor.

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  1. 320 of 331 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome TV if the right picture setting are used & here they are, May 28, 2011
    CrazyShopper918 (Owasso Oklahoma) –
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    Use the picture settings in my Review listed at the end and the Samsung un55d7000 will look awesome. First off I notice major black light bleed out of the box & even after tweaking the TV on my own until I found the right settings from a other users.

    What I really like about this tv is that my playstation 3 is synced with the tv. My tv come’s on when the playstation is turned on and I can control my ps3 with my Samsung remote nice feature. The tv is nice a thin not very heavy. The 2d to 3d conversion is total crap some stuff looks good but for the most part it’s a BIG gimmick. Movies & stuff filmed in 3D look amazing sometimes it’s a hit & miss. So far my favorite 3d movies are : ( Monsters Vs Aliens ) ( avatar ) ( Despicable me ) Resident evil looked like crap & I really didn’t like monster house. I am hoping the studios will improve 3D filming and make live action films pop out more. I tried some playstation 3 games in 3d I like the idea but WoW it really makes your eyes hurt after awhile.

    Setting up the tv was pretty easy I did found setting up the wireless on the Tv to be a real pain. I am pretty good with computers and wireless network it was still a pain. I have a netgear router and I was not able to link it with normal settings the tv kept saying my pass word was wrong password ended up doing the button method on my router and samsung tv. Right away the Tv found the router and no more issues.

    Now for the calibration settings that will make your set look amazing and reduce the famous Samsung clouding issue and black light bleeding which I couldn’t stand until this ! Make sure you have a hdmi 1.4 cable I did notice a issue with my old hdmi cable and the 1.4 cable solved the slow lag, any cheap one will do as long as it’s 1.4

    Picture Mode Movie
    Backlight 8 (3D: 11)
    Contrast 92
    Brightness 48
    Sharpness 15
    Color 50
    Tint 50/50
    Black Tone Off
    Dynamic Contrast Off
    Shadow Detail 0
    Gamma 0
    Color Space Custom
    Flesh Tone 0
    Edge Enhancement Off
    xvYCC Off
    Led Motion Plus Off
    Colour Tone Warm2
    Digital Noise Filter Off
    Mpeg Noise Filter Off
    HDMI Black level Low
    Film Mode n/a
    Motion Plus Clear

    R G B
    Colour Space Red 58 2 0
    Colour Space Green 0 58 9
    Colour Space Blue 7 0 54
    Colour Space Yellow 48 53 7
    Colour Space Cyan 0 54 58
    Colour Space Magenta 56 4 45

    R-Offset 20
    G-Offset 24
    B-Offset 24
    R-Gain 19
    G-Gain 26
    B-Gain 25

    R G B
    1 5 1 -2
    2 2 0 -1
    3 0 0 -1
    4 -2 -3 -3
    5 0 -2 -3
    6 1 1 -4
    7 2 3 0
    8 1 2 0
    9 -1 2 2
    10 0 1 1

    Make sure you select each color in the color space and enter them like above. These setting where produced from a computer calibration. You may need to add a little or less depending on your room. If you don’t like the setting simple reset your picture but honestly you will notice a HUGE difference right away with just these settings.

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  2. 96 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Backlight bleeding – Not an expert review but will help you a lot, April 15, 2011
    Ricardo Villamar Pazmino “Rivip” (WEST PALM BEACH, FL, US) –

    I’m going to cut down to the chase.

    The TV has so many good features (especially design) that are too many to list, thus, I will focus on the two things I have encountered that I know someone else might have experienced or will experience and are rather disappointing…but don’t lose your hopes just yet!

    1) Backlight bleeding – My TV came set up for ‘store’ usage mode, instead for ‘home’, which increases the bleeding drastically.
    Changing to ‘home’ is quite challenging so you have to read the manual. After I changed the usage mode to ‘home’, it decreased considerably but was still noticeable.
    I visited some forums, websites, and some even advised to put pressure on the screen with my fingers (until I see the screen changing colors), etc, but nothing seemed to work.
    I decided to contact Samsung support and they advised me to change PICTURE MODE to ‘STANDARD’ and adjust the ‘BACKLIGHT’ to the value of ’7′. The support guy/girl mentioned to leave this setting on for 3 weeks. After the three weeks, I should be able to change to any picture mode and to any value for the backlight. Finally, it was mentioned that if I did not see any changes, that a service ticket needs to be placed at this link (you will need to register your TV with Samsung): [...]
    I made the change today 4/15/2011 so I will wright another review within 3 weeks to let you know the end results.

    2) Sound stops working – I only have a PS3 and a DirecTV satellite box connected to the TV via HDMI cables (hight speed and 3D capable). I have noticed the TV produces no sound for like 1 second and then gradually comes back at a lower volume until it reaches the original volume. I have also noticed it only happens when the picture is set to ‘STANDARD’ and have only noticed it when the source is the DirecTV box.
    I do not run the PS3 on standard mode so I can’t compare, but I will do so and pay attention to the results.

    In summary, I have to wait for the 3 weeks picture test, and also test the sound using the PS3 source on standard mode.

    I know it’s a hassle but for a TV that costs over $2000, I’m willing to do whatever it takes to get a “perfect” picture and normal working sound (although you would not expect to do this since you are paying a lot of money)

    …And if you got this TV from Paul’sTV (whether by Amazon’s reseller program or directly from them) expect to pay 15% restocking fee and $100 shipping if you plan to return it.

    Hope this helps and please post any questions/comments you may have, and I will try to answer them as soon as possible.

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  3. 101 of 114 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV… If there is no flaw., March 31, 2011
    N.A (USA) –
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    I just got the TV in today, and from I experience so far is that this TV is amazing.

    Black level is great! One of the best I seen so far.

    Internet connection is great on the TV. Very useful for watching Netflix.
    The qwerty remotes that came with my TV is very useful for web browsing, but don’t expect the browser to be like normal computer browser because it is very bad, slow, hard to navigate, and cumbersome.

    For gaming, in my opinion, there is no lag if you turn off the picture enhancements options, and also turning on the game mode. I would say the lag on the TV would be probably somewhere between 30-50ms.

    3D is great! I watched Shrek 3D, and it’s just stunning. A major improvement from last year model. I probably will buy Tron 3D, and see it on the TV soon.

    Cons: HDMI input is located on the side. Clouding & Flashlighting that can be seen in dark screen.

    Update: After 2 weeks of having the TV I noticed some flash lighting / clouding that can be seen in pitch black room. Not a big deal at first, but overtime I am starting to be annoyed by it. I am thinking of getting it exchange for higher end model. Therefore I am rating the TV 3/5 stars. If would be a solid 5 stars if there is no flaw.

    Update 2: Returned my set and bought 46″ Sony HX929.

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