Shop Samsung UN65H6203 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV




  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 240 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 58.4'' x 34.4'' x 3.8'', TV with stand: 58.4'' x 36.5'' x 13''
  • Inputs: 2 HDMI, 2 USB
  • Accessories Included: Universal Remote Control

Customer Reviews

3 out of 5 stars Does not support DLNA
Amazon Customer
Fine TV for just watching broadcast, but be careful with this TV if you are looking for a SmartTV because you want to use any of the apps or dLNA features features. After not being able to stream anything off the local network I spoke with a Samsung rep who explained the following....Models H6201, H6203 (this model), H5201 and H5203 TVs does not support Allshare (Samsung link). These models were released late with limited features. These models (H6201, H6203, H5201 and H5203) do not have a processor as well and do not support Smart View 2.0Allshare is available with models H5500, H6300, H6350, H6400, etc they have a quad core processor and supports Smart View 2.0
4 out of 5 stars Great TV for the Price you pay
It's a very good TV for the's1. Picture Quality is great.2. Can be controlled with your iphone and tablet.3. Sound quality is amazing4. Value for the price of this size TVCon's1. Apps are slow while using Smart TV which I don't care as I use Roku most of the time.2. Only 2 HDMI which is ok for me as I use receivers to connect all my multi media.3. Accessing settings on TV is very very slow while using SMART apps which is annoying.As a whole, I liked the TV as I was really tight on my budget around $1000 as I got a good deal from Dell with $300 gift card.As I care more about the picture quality with a competitive price, i am totally satisfied.
2 out of 5 stars Very nice picture but the apps are slow and sluggish
So far so good, I hooked it up about 12 hours ago and all is well, very easy set up, crystal clear reception, streams movies easily through my wifi, apps download moderately, and it has lots of great features like smart sound to maintain a constant sound level when transitioning between commercials and expositions.The only issue I have is with the Netflix app, it's sluggish and has a delay when using the remote, you hit pause or rewind or just about any command and there is a 5 second delay and the Netflix app lacks simple features like a button that will let you restart your movie to the beginning, instead you have to rewind the whole way. I have Roku and Netflix works great on there! But not so much on the tv. I will update this review in a few months after some intense use.Update:Well 2 days later and I'm going to return the tv, the apps are very slow to load and are terribly sluggish, they have locked up several times, causing orange lines across the screen, flickering, just terrible, which is a shame because the apps are the only issue, and there is no reason for that, there is a 1GB hard drive installed and the apps are small, it only have a few installed. I will probably just purchase a less expensive model with out smart tv installed and hook my Roku back up, the Roku is fast and seamless, no issues at all. I really expected more from this tv!
3 out of 5 stars A TV with a couple of kinks
Just bought this two weeks ago and so far overall I've been a little disappointed with the overall experience, the video quality is great, and the sound works, but the biggest setback so far has been the menu delay and overall slowness of the Smart Apps. The selection of Apps is great and has Amazon Prime, unfortunately when watching an HD movie it needs to buffer, and alot. We have a 1 Gigabit connection here in Austin, TX and streaming amazing on all of our devices, it's just the TV that has issues pulling the movie, the worst part is that even thought the movie is HD, the streaming is so slow it plays back in regular quality, destroying the whole HD experience.To fix this issue we bought a Apple TV that can be found here With the Apple TV the Samsung can just act as a TV display and you don't get to experience the slowness. So far we've watched a couple of HD movies without any problems and now it connects to the rest of my Apple devices too. I'm sure the same can be achieved with a Roku, Fire Tv, or whatever streaming device you can get. But you'll most likely need one to enjoy the TV.ProsGreat picture qualityApple, Android, and Tablet compatible (Mirroring)Decent Sound qualityConsSmart Apps are pretty freaking slowHaven't succeeded streaming HD moviesWeb Browser could be better
3 out of 5 stars The TV's HDMI doesn't support "audio return channel" (ARC)
Purchased: - Brand new Samsung UN55H6203 55 inch TV - Brand new Samsung HW-H450 Wireless Audio SoundbarWho would guess that they don't play nice? The TV's HDMI doesn't support "audio return channel" (ARC). Are you kidding me?? This feature is part of HDMI 1.4 from 2009. Why would Samsung release a TV in 2014 without ARC? Best workaround is to use TOSLINK to connect them.Like many TV's, the UN55H6203's built-in speakers are anemic. On TV's that support ARC, the audio from the TV can be sent back down the HDMI cable to home theater devices such as soundbars or A/V receivers. See for more details about ARC.Recommended soundbar wiring is Cable -> Cablebox -> HDMI -> Soundbar -> HDMI -> TVWhen a TV that supports ARC is wired like this, the home theater device can seem like an integrated part of the TV. The audio can work seamlessly with Samsung smart applications like Netflix.When the UN55H6203 is wired like this, the home theater device can ONLY pick up the audio signal from the cable box during the "downstream" data transfer. There is no way for the TV's applications like Netflix to send an audio signal back "upstream" to the home theater device.Instead, wire like Cable -> Cablebox -> HDMI -> TV -> TOSLINK -> Soundbar. This works, but it is not as well integrated.

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