Buy Samsung UN46H5203 46-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV






Description


H5203 Series Specifications

Features


  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 120 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 41.7'' x 24.6'' x 3.7'', TV with stand: 41.7'' x 26.8'' x 9.8''
  • Inputs: 2 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 Component In, 1 Composite In
  • Accessories Included: Universal Remote Control

Customer Reviews


4 out of 5 stars Good mid-range TV with some minor quirks
Christopher Mancuso
If by the time you're reading this, the software has been updated and all of the apps work properly, you can skip this first part.Like many other reviewers have already noted, the TV came without any apps installed. This model was shipped out earlier than it was supposed to. I received it as a compensation item from Dell when the original TV they sold me was out of stock. As a result it was sent out early (I suppose Amazon started shipped to early as well), and when it came, none of the apps worked. Samsung support wasn't incredibly knowledgeable of the situation, but after a little research I found that they weren't compatible yet. Anyway, approximately two weeks later, the TV has updated and now has Netflix, Amazon Instant, and YouTube among others. Still no sign of HBO-GO and Hulu Plus, but I trust Samsung to deliver them soon enough. So if that is stopping your from getting the TV, don't let it. This is bound to be Samsung's standard model for 2014, and you can bet all of the standard apps will be there. On to the review of the TV..Picture:The picture quality is excellent. I changed it to Dynamic and tweaked only a few items, and it looks great to me. Of course you'll have to form your own opinion. This IS a 60Hz TV. Don't go by the CMR rating, nothing really looks like its being displayed at 120Hz. But if you don't mind that, the picture is quite good. TV shows and sports look very crisp and bright and it fares well in my room which is quite well lit.Inputs:This was kind of an issue for me, but something I should have known going in. The inputs are pretty limited, with only 2 HDMI and 1 composite/AV. That means you can't have a composite and AV plugged in at the same time. I needed to buy an HDMI and AV adapter.Read more ›
4 out of 5 stars no apps ... after weeks got apps now
rcapen
spent hours with tec. support trying to get app but couldn't. Samsung said that the tv was to new(just started coming out a few weeks ago not supposed to be out till July) and they didn't set up the program for the apps yet but they are working on it, they said it could take a day or a week a month or more they didn't know when the apps will be out, I can not figure out why the heck they put out a tv before they had the apps for it (like buying a new car and the dealer telling you the engine for it will be in sometime soon) it is a nice tv (I think) other then not having the apps. I think I will hang on to this tv I have 30 days to return it if apps aren't available in 28 days will send the set back , if the apps come out I will maybe change my review.I changed my review of this 32 inch tv because they have the apps now hbo go, netflix,amazon prime ext, the only problem I have now is that there are to many useless apps that clutter everything up. and processor is slow other then that is a nice tv now I just wish that they didn't come out with it until they had all the apps.
4 out of 5 stars Good picture, interesting features, slightly clunky interface
MM
I got this TV specifically to use as a secondary monitor for my macbook air so I'll review it as that initially.Resolution is good, I'm running it via thunderbolt->HDMI and extended monitor mode. 1920x1080. Text is very readable and there is no flicker that would cause eye strain. I'm surprised and pleased with it as a monitor. You do need to use the remote to go to tools->picture size and set to 'screen fit' to size it properly, but after that you're good to go!I did play with the other features of the TV. Initial setup is easy but time consuming. I joined it to my wifi network without difficulty, but the upgrades took almost half an hour. Once that was complete however it's network connected and ready to go.Hit the 'smart hub' button on the remote and you'll be taken to a default list of apps. Netflix was the one I was interested in. I signed in with my account and it properly allowed me to select my profile. Once into the app you'll find it's a bit difficult to navigate. No clue as to how you should search, you can only scroll around and select things. Selecting a movie, you'll find it might take long time to load. The quality on newer movies is typically great HD.Try to do anything in the movie such as FF, turn on subtitles, etc... however and things can go bad quick. At one point the movie started a slow motion jerky frame by frame thing and I was unable to exit the subtitles menu or do anything at all with the remote. I had to unplug the TV to get it back.It's a nice idea to have wifi and built in apps on your TV. If they work. The good news is this is just software and can be improved. The TV itself has a very nice sharp picture, works great as a monitor and isn't ultra spendy. My rating is based on this rather than the quality of the apps.
5 out of 5 stars No more issues with apps
Brian A Figueroa
As far as I can tell, the issues with the smart hub have been resolved. It takes a while to complete the initial set up but after that everything runs smooth. I also have the older model and I prefer this model. it takes less time to start up smart hub and Netflix also starts up slightly quicker.My 2013 model sometimes loses network information and I have to re-enter the password for my WiFi connection. I will update this review after I've used the TV more and let you know if this model also has the same problem.Make sure you update when prompted.



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