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 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) 7000 Series 3D 1080p LED HDTV (2010 model)
55" Class (54.6" Diag.) 7000 Series 3D 1080p LED HDTV (2010 model)
 
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Never seen anything like it!!
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5 out of 5
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onNovember 30, 2010
from Washington, DC
I have used this product for:less than a month
Expertise:intermediate
# of SAMSUNG products I own:3-5
Pros: Bright display, Realistic color, Lightweight, 1.0' thin, clarity level is insane
Cons: sound could be better, wireless should be included at this price point, remote is not a learning remote
I picked up the Samsung 7000 series LED 3d TV & I love it!! I'm a gadget freak and I have never seen a TV with this level of clarity. I honestly feel like I'm discovering all of my shows all over again. It has some cool web enabled features (haven't played too much with the Samsung apps yet), and yes it's 3d which is nice. But, I'm really excited about the day to day HD shows that I watch on FiOS, the movies I stream using Netflix, and gaming on my PS3. I'm absolutely blown away by the clarity of the images!! The opening cut scene on Final Fantasy XIII (Yeah, I'm a nerd) is gorgeous on this TV!
Did I mention that the TV was a whopping 1.0 inches thick?? B/c it is! So thin in fact, that it has to have adapters (included) to run all non HDMI cabling. I'm using the stand, but I can only imagine how lovely it would look wall mounted. Samsung sells an ultra slim wall mounting kit.
My only complaint(s), I wish the remote was a learning remote for all of my devices. I would rather use it to control my FiOS DVR instead of the clunky remote Verizon gives you. Perhaps that's an option on a higher up model? The sound is ok, I'd recommend hooking it up to a stereo for gaming and movies, but day to day sound is just fine. One huge draw back... All other TV's will look very boring very quickly. None of these issues would stop me from buying it all over again. I’m very happy with this set.
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5 out of 5
I would recommend this to a friend!
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How do I connect and use the dongle for Internet TV

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This isn't installing the way I would expect and finding directions doesnt seem to be easy either
Simply plug the dongle in to the proper spot in the back of the TV. Don't get it switched with the Optical dongle. Then plug in your LAN cable and go.
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