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Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch Full HD 3D LED TV Reviews

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED HDTV (Silver)
Samsung UN60D7000 60-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED HDTV (Silver)
Brand : Samsung Model : UN60D7000

Overall Rating :

  • 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
  • 3D,Web Browser
  • Full HD 1080p resolution
  • 3D
  • Web Browser


Finally, entertainment and communication go hand in hand. The future of television called connectivity and the60-inch Samsung LED TV UN60D7000 is the solution - with the power of Skype Wi-Fi and integrated directly in the set. Making video calls in real time is a breeze, and both audio and video quality are very clear. Samsung expands the vision of what television can do, with the line leading connectivity known as Smart TV - Internet access and a wide range of advanced applications. Finally, Samsung's 3D technology immerses you in another world with a depth and clarity of securities from3D movies and TV shows you must see to believe. It 's all wrapped in an ultra-thin Samsung One Design 0.2 "inch telescope, for a more appeared on the big screen.  [...]

Samsung UN60D7000 Reviews

Cool, I don't interest about 3D. If it were not for the sword thrust to the public, there would be no 3D content. But to get the best image, Today technology has offer, you must purchase the 3D function. I hate the producers to do this publicly, but they have a lot of money riding on the success of 3D. Well, 3D is not going to happen for them in any great numbers.

I compared several large-screen TV, but I kept coming back to the D7000. It seemed smart and the picture was just fantastic. I made a plug in a Blu-ray player on TV and I finished all different, the Samsung was more than they could quantify. Two days later, It was in my living room. The TV is slow to turn on. Is not instantaneous. This long that you get in this life and how precious time waiting for a TV is a waste to come. Samsung engineers need to do better. In any case, give at least five seconds to display the image. When you go online to television, in five or ten seconds are required. Tick. Tick Tick. Dishnetwork arrival I hooked up the receiver. HD had some pictures of landscapes that looked so good I had to pant. My Blu-Ray HD tests mood Aquarium and the color has just jumped off the screen.

I had access to the Internet with wireless is easy to establish. (Then I went to a cable connection, is 5 times faster than my G router) Intelligent Hub The browser is clunky (perhaps it is still too new for me) to use and the browser does not support Java. Very stupid. To have this big TV and do not have Java in your browser to cry. The main screen is full of smart leading content hub that can not be eliminated. Users should have more control here. One thing you learn to hate in your browser Hub intelligent are often the message: Plug-In is not supported. Another message users get tired of it: is the browser stop loading all browser windows stable, even if only one window open. Well, Samsung, get with it! Bring to use the browser.

The remote control (BN59-01134B Samsung QWERTY QTD1 RMC) is flanked. One side of the TV, the other for Internet. It has a full QWERTY keyboard and a touchpad that is half the size of a finger nail. And it works. It takes practice, but it works. The side of the TV remote is IR and RF is the Internet side. The RF part of the remote control must be coupled with the TV. Finally, pointing to the side of the infrared remote sensor must be directly on the bottom right of the screen or do not have a remote control function.