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Love My 65" Samsung TV
from South Elgin, IL, USA
Comments about Samsung 65" Class LED HDTV:
I love my Samsung TV. The picture has brilliant color. Design features that should be changed: The feet on the TV should be black not silver. Takes away from the look of the design. The feet should not be so tall. It should sit lower on the table.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Excellent image, lousy control, lousy DLNA
Image quality is really good, almost as good as my previous plasma for rich darks and motion not quite as good, but still good. Online loading of Netflix, etc., is very fast. "Universal" remote is NOT universal.. you need the ir module permanently in front of the unit you want to control, so only one unit can be controlled. and you have this ugly module in front of your cable box, or DVD or whatever. I finally ended up connecting the Samsung Blueray directly to a TV HDMI input and I used the Samsung Anynet control, which works fine. "Universal" remote control setup doesn't recognize my Onkyo TXSR608 home theater system, I tried all the codes. DLNA ability playing files from my PC via LAN cable is buggy.. Samsung tech told me it doesn't fully support Windows 7 64 bit. Some mp3 music files refuse to play. He suggested dl and install of Allshare software. It works, but doesn't recognize existing play lists in Windows Media player or in Media Monkey player. Also, you have to create playlists in the software and choose what you want to view on the PC first.. it isn't really a DLNA type setup.
This product performs as I hoped.
from Saint Charles, MO, USA
Great picture - good sound - great value for the price.
this product has so many features
from mobile , ala
This tv has been so out standing to me that I had to buy 2 65"
My 1st flat Screen
Being over 50 yrs. old it's mind boggling how TVs have evolved through the years. My 65" Samsung is bringing me into the 21 century and making the transfer an easy one. I'm older than color televisions, remote controls, diodes, digital, and on an on. I own a samsung 5 disc surround sound dvd player that has provided 10 yrs. of service with only running a cleaning disc on a couple of occasions, it's connected to the afore mentioned tv now. SMART TV sure is the correct name for this electronic product.
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I have this TV for about a month and everything works great. It got the screen mirroring function makes everything so much easier. Only problem I encounter so far is that when wifi is down and trying to run netflix, TV become nonresponsive. It would sit in the same screen for 15 min and not respond to anything i pushed on the remote. Have to hold down power button for few second like you do on a laptop to override shut down. Happened twice in the first 2 weeks and never happened again after the TV did the update thing. Not sure if its the TV itself or the netflix app causing the problem, but everthing is fine now.
poor setup instructions
from Virginia, USA
nice picture not able to use all features yet getting discouraged with filling this form
from Illinois, USA
Great tv very good picture great features smart hub works great
from Boston, MA, USA
I willl not encourage nor discourage purchase of the 6350 as everyone has their own requirements. Color me disappointed however. Picture quality, 8/10. High speed picture quality, 5/10. Unique functions ... wireless connectivity 3/10. Overall rating 4/10. Bought this particular big screen TV for reputed picture clarity and Samsung product reputation, but more so for listed SMART functionality that included computer connectivity and high speed picture quality. I cannot speak of other functions such as game playing and cell phone compatibility yet as I am still a novice and have not yet tried most of the other listed extended functions. 1. The 6350 was represented as being able to be connected wirelessly to my computers. NOPE! or rather partially true. Only pix, music and video on my computer can be displayed wirelessly, otherwise mirroring of my computer monitor requires hard wire HDMI and that results in a less than full screen image. To date, I have only tried to display pix stored on my computer wirelessly. No vids or music yet. On the plus side, once I downloaded the propretary software from Samsung, I was able to display an adequate slide show directly from pix stored in a folder, NOT a Power Point Presentation. That sofware however is a pain to start use each time I want to show pix. If fact, I found that the wireless capability is in many ways OVER-ENGINEERED with allegedly several options for wireless computer connectivity, but all are complex and cumbersome. I picked the ONLY ONE that I could get to work ... partially ... SmartView2 which I installed on my Win7 and a Win8 laptops. 2. The other function I was most interested in was a smooth picture when watching high speed motion, particulrly sports. The product was represented in lit and by saleman as 120hz with a 240 refresh rate and being very adequate for high speed content such as sports, but perhaps too slow for the avid gamer. NOPE! Even with the smoothing function ON, step fragmentation. occurs. Hoping Samsung will upgrade this product and provide upgraded software at no charge to current owners and that future releases will allow efforless mirroring and better high speed picture quality. Hope this review is of help.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
On Second TV
First one had a blue glow in the left corner. Had to return. Second TV seems to be ok...so far
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