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Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold)

Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold)
Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold)


Product Added : February 17th, 2013
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Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold)

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  • Smart TV with Smart Interaction
  • Smart Content with Signature Services
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Pop-Up Camera
  • Full HD 2D and 3D
  • Thin LED Design: TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 66.1-Inch x 40.2-Inch x 12.9-Inch, TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 66.1-Inch x 37.7-Inch x 1.4-Inch

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  1. 23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best TV picture on a screen bigger than 70″- a comparison, November 17, 2012
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    This review is from: Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold) (Electronics)

    Yes, the Samsung is very expensive, but the picture quality is just hands down gorgeous- the best I’ve ever seen on a screen bigger than 70″ by far. It looks to be very, very close the Sharp Elite 70″, which is the highest rated big screen TV on the market today.
    I took my “Thor” 3D blu-ray with me (it has a lot of dark scenes that torture 3D TV presentation) and “The Dark Knight” (a lot of high-contrast scenes) to run the floor models through their paces and here’s what I came up with…
    The Samsung’s contrast and black level detail was far superior to anyone else with bright color and outstanding picture quality. 3D was a revelation- I have never seen a TV able to present such resolution and detail in 3D mode on a super-large screen before. The “micro-dimming” works spectacularly in producing a vivid, high-contrast picture that outshines everything else in it’s size. The more I analyzed and compared, the more the Samsung UN75ES9000 stood out from the rest. I could only find one fault (well, besides that scary price!)- a momentary, slight pixilation occurring occasionally in some parts of a few moving images- which could be a result of having some motion enhancement turned off or on within the set ( I didn’t have the staff at the stores do anything else other than turn off the mode on the TV’s that cause the “soap-opera effect”- a plague on all 120/240 Hz LED’s that luckily can be shut off). But if you want the best picture that money can buy right now for under $10K, this amazing 75″ TV fulfills all those wishes.
    In comparison, the Sharp Aquos 80″ LED is a nice entry- the picture is clean, with good blacks, nice color and decent contrast- not as brilliant and defined as the Samsung, but still a solid set. I did find the Sharp to have some ghosting occasionally when viewing in 3D, not terrible, but still noticeable when it appears. The clarity in those tough, dark scenes was slightly muted, especially after seeing the Samsung, but it’s still pretty decent. When you add in Sharp reliability, a 5″ larger screen and a price at almost half the Samsung it then becomes a tough decision to make.
    A cheaper, but good option for those on a budget are the Mitsubishi DLP sets. I’ve owned several and never had a problem with any. If your main watch mode is broadcast TV and “normal” movies you probably can’t go wrong. DLP’s suffer a bit with blooming in dark scenes and the darkest scenes in 3D viewing can become almost totally washed out, but for everyday watching they’re quite satisfactory and less than half the price of a comparably sized LED set.
    Well, that’s just my opinion based on several days spent at two stores, going back and forth having salespeople play my movies between one set and another and watching from 12-15 feet away (except I got right up to 5 feet from the Samsung and it still looked spectacular!)- do your own research! I’m still on the fence for the moment- reliability issues mentioned here and there on the internet with past Samsung TV’s that make me hesitant to pull the trigger for $9K, when I can get a solid upgrade from my old Mitsubishi to a darn nice 80″ Sharp for almost half that. To be sure, those fears may be somewhat unfounded, because the latest Consumer Reports rates the two the same in reliability- and that’s based on reports from thousands of consumers, not just the small sampling that post online.

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  2. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredible TV, December 10, 2012
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    This review is from: Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold) (Electronics)

    I don’t normally write reviews, but am doing so now, as this is a huge investment for anyone thinking of buying this TV and I would like to share my own observations.
    We have owned this TV for only a week, but after many hours getting acquainted, we are already quite familiar. If you are unpacking this item and mounting it on the wall – a couple of important points. Firstly, the danger with any large TV is that the screen may crack if it is allowed to flex. So, be very careful handling it. The TV comes in a huge carton, which lifts off vertically. There is another similar carton inside and this also lifts off, leaving the TV sitting on its stand, in the bottom of the carton. Removing the stand and attaching the replacement plastic cover could be tricky, but the solution is to have your partner lift one end of the TV and rest it on a pile of books 3 high and then to do the same to the other end. This way, when you remove the 5 screws, the stand drops away and you can easily lift the TV on to the wall mount, after attaching the cover that replaces the stand. After removing the heavy stand, the TV weighs a little under 100 lbs. Several reviewers have mentioned that other big TVs weigh more than double this. The first impression, after the TV is mounted is just how slim it is and the bezel is very thin too.
    So, about the TV itself. We looked at an Elite 70″ and a Sharp 80″. Both are excellent TVs. In the store, most TVs are set to “vibrant” or “store” mode, which gives an artifically bright, high contrast picture. We asked for the TVs to be set on normal and natural settings, so we could see the detail clearly. Stores also vary in the quality of their input signal. In the end, it seemed very clear to us that the highly-priced Samsung 75″ was the best.
    When my wife and I set up the new TV at home, the picture was already great, despite several reviews that say you need to get help calibrating it. After experimenting, we set the TV to the standard setting and also slightly reduced the contrast to around 85. The picture is unbelievably good. We have U-verse and I noticed that, despite the extremely good picture, sometimes close facial detail would be missing, unlike on our 47″ Samsung, where you can see every pore. After a little research and talking to AT&T, I realised that the reason is that U-verse and other cable providers are pumping out 1080i – NOT 1080p. On a smaller TV, like our 47″, you can not see this, but when the screen is 75″, you lose a tiny bit of detail – although, as I said, the picture is still fantastic. Off the record, a couple of the U-verse people told me that both 1080p and 3D are coming. Someone mentioned that only Directv is currently transmitting 1080p.
    Here’s the thing, we have a TV with maybe the best quailty picture we have ever seen, but we know that it will get even better, so I next rented a blue ray movie and the picture is now truly staggering. On closeups, every hair is shown in fine detail. This is an incredible TV! The instruction book isn’t that hot. Bit thin on info. The 4 supplied 3D glasses are excellent. We have only tried the built-in demo 3D movie extrects, but it is really very very good. Not sure I will use this feature much. The TV comes with 2 remotes – a standard one and another that has components like a laptop touchpad. The TV also responds to hand signals and the spoken word, but frankly, we prefer to press normal buttons. The wireless features are good and connect easily to YouTube, Halo etc. The ambiant room auto-dimming works very well, unlike our 47″ that tends to make the screen too dark in low light conditions.
    If you can afford this mightly TV, it is, in my opinion, the best out there, by a mile. Don’t fall for the $999 extended warranty. The store makes 50% profit on that and if the unit doesn’t fail during the normal warranty period, it should go on for many years. I registered the TV online and Sumsung gives you 15 months, instead of 12, for doing so.
    One last piece of advice for anyone who has bothered to read all this. Our wall mount has quick release tabs that hang down at the back. Because the TV is so large, you can’t reach these tabs and need to spend 20 mins with a bent coat hanger trying to reach them. Tie string to each of them.
    Oh yes, one other thing, several reviewers suggested turning of the auto motion plus feature. This is a personal choice. I turned it off and was watching some British motor racing. Cars shooting across the screen. I could see a little jerking. I turned the auto motion feature back on and not only was the fast movement corrected, but the picture also seemed to look better.
    Hope this helps!

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  3. 47 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV, must fit for your circumstances and desires, November 2, 2012
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    R. Harlow “FredH” (Chicago, IL United States) –
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    This review is from: Samsung UN75ES9000 75-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Gold) (Electronics)

    First of all, lets be honest, this is an expensive tv. So the question of is it worth it will be a matter of priorities for you. Picture quality is amazing, I think better than Panasonic, pioneer elite, etc. but my specific set of circumstances found this as the only current tv that fit the bill. I wanted a TV for a home theater (I do not like projectors, I don’t care what they say, no one I have seen can rival that of a good tv and there are too many limitations). The TV needed to have a great picture, be at least 75″, be easily wall mountable, be thin, relatively low weight, and esthetically pleasing. There is no other tv out there that has all of these requirements. Even though it seems minimal, 10 inches makes a huge difference in a home theater so the 65″ would not work for me. The sharp 80 ” pictures quality just doesn’t compare and it’s twice the weight and 3 times as thick. You can spend almost as much for a 70″ elite, but you get 5 less inches, a thicker and heavier tv, and IMHO , picture not as good. So that leaves this tv. Is it worth 9k? To me it is, I am blessed to be able to afford it. And it fulfilled all of my requirements. Trust me, I thought long and hard about this TV, but in the end I would rather spend a few thousand more than invest in something that was heavy, thick and not great looking.

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