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Added: 2012-09-19 by mastermind
Country: United States
Purchase shop/when: Refurbished on 2011-08-01

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Xbox 360 details:
Pack: Xbox 360 Premium 20GB
Stock Bundle
Video mode: NTSC
Manufacturer date: 2005-05-11
Lot number: 1118 (week of 2011-05-02)
Team number: FGUA
DVD Drive: Philips-LiteOn DG-16D2S
Firmware: N/A
Motherboard: Opus
HDMI: No HDMI connector
Fan model: Unknown


#1 - posted by (188.143.23*.*)2015-09-30 00:57:52
Having worked poriveusly as an electronics salesman, I have a working knowledge of HDTVs. I always recommended the Samsung models as among the best, but never had seen one within a home and running as most consumers would. Until recently My mother owns this model and has for a few weeks now. It's classy-looking with a glossy outer bezel and an oval stand (included). The TV itself seems larger than the competitors, simply because the speakers are located on the sides. This helps give a more natural-sounding stereo effect without the extra cost of a home theater system. It's just got a high-end, quality look to it. Samsung LCDs are renowned for having a top-notch viewing angle. This holds true with this model. Stand nearly 180b0 to the side, and the picture is still bright and clear. LCDs have come a long way in a few short years.The remote is well-marked and easy to use. TV-accessed menus are simple and quick to navigate. My mother, not well-versed in knowledge of consumer electronics, was able to configure the settings herself with very little help.Unlike lower-end competitors, though, this 3-series Samsung does not offer any separate composite hookups (the 3 red, white, and yellow plugs). One of the component hookups must be used in place. If you have, say, a DVD/VCR combo, Dish Network (non-HD), and a Nintendo Wii to all hookup, you're out of luck. There simply isn't room for more than 2 non-HD inputs. It can be annoying to have to repeatedly unplug and replug items into your new TV. If you plan on using at least one of the HDMI plugs, though, this problem is avoided. However, be aware that most direct competitors do offer more non-HD hookups.For the price, you can find larger TVs. Big retailers are often willing to sell last year's models at cheaper prices (ie 720p TVs) because most people spending $700+ want the latest and greatest. If you just want a quality TV and you plan on using the HDMI hookups for true High Definition viewing, this is probably the best picture you'll find. I made sure my mom knew what to look for when she went shopping and she agreed by getting this one.Best of luck to you!

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