Who sells Samsung UN50EH5000 50-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED TV






Description


Samsung 50-inch LED HDTV

Features


  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 120 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: No
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 44.8" x 26.4" x 3.7", TV with stand: 44.8" x 28.5" x 9.0"
  • Inputs: 2 HDMI, 1 USB, 1 Component, 1 Optical, 1 RF In, 1 Audio Out
  • Accessories Included: Standard Remote Control

Customer Reviews


3 out of 5 stars Many DON'T HAVE SAMSUNG PANELS - HUGE quality difference
HopefullyThoughtful
***UPDATE 2014 - July 17th ***-Added updated panel identification information in the review and at the bottom. Credit to review comment from Dawn B. Roy.-Added brief subjective experience.-Listing of which panels to expect depending on the model/series (still, check your box, or the back of your TV as described below) - also credit to D.B.R.Short version: A "TV" is a container for its panel, with some additional features (such as speakers). Buying a TV with a different panel, even if it's the "same TV," is buying a different TV. Samsung seems to think we don't care - and many consumers may not. Most buyers may compare their new TV to an old one that isn't even full HD or to a typical* computer monitor, so any panel will look great, even if it costs more than it should due to (arguably) deceptive practices. In my experience, my TV seems to have the deficits listed for its panel - subpar viewing angles, especially with dark colors.*TN panel or a CRT, as opposed to IPS or anything with better viewing angles, color, etc.FULL:Many of these TVs don't have a Samsung panel (the screen/the part that has/makes the image!)! I cannot believe this has not been mentioned. It makes a SUBSTANTIAL difference, because some panels they use should be in TV's that cost $100 less.[...]Can you imagine buying a car because you know its manufacturer uses great, reliable engines, only to find out that they use completely different engines without telling you, all of which are of lower quality? Samsung does this with their TVs, and some of them don't EVER have Samsung panels (e.g., the 37" model will NEVER have a Samsung panel because they don't make 37" panels).Read more ›
5 out of 5 stars Great TV after a lot of tweaking
Gordon
If you're anything like me you see that this TV is labeled as LED; then you look at the picture and see a lot of fat for the usual Samsung LED depth. Make no mistake this is an LED TV. I got this for my bedroom to replace my 23 inch Samsung Syncmaster. I use this TV mostly for 1080 mp4 movies and blurays (I download what I want to watch instead of waiting for it on cable), and my Xbox and PS3.I learned 2 things about the TV right off the bat. If you have Comcast, you cannot fully customize the TV's picture. An essential feature called HDMI black levels actually looks much better when its set to low. I have 2 different Comcast HD boxes and since neither of them broadcast at 1080, this feature is locked out. Long story short, Comcast had me thinking I purchased my first dud from Samsung. Seriously, the colors look washed out and none of the channels really had that crisp clear picture I was hoping for. If you plan to use this solely for Comcast, I can't really recommend it. In fact, I've always found blu ray quality to be so much better than cable that I've stopped using cable for anything but football and cartoons. Movies MUST be in my PS3's blu ray player or my own 1080p files.The second thing I learned about is what the depth is for. Samsung didn't advertise this (or maybe its just my TV), but I have absolutely NO BACKLIGHT BLEED. When Black Ops goes to the loading screen on my Xbox, it gets so dark that I think the TV is off! The only indication that it is on is the Black Ops logo in the corner spinning. There isn't even the SLIGHTEST inkling of white anywhere! I'm not exaggerating. The obvious second reason why this TV is fat for an LED is that Samsung made an effort to improve the sound.Read more ›
5 out of 5 stars Fantastic TV (after a few minor adjustments)
bareyb
If you are looking for the best picture quality for the buck, you have found it. Samsung put the money where it matters most and if you don't care about 3D or a bunch of inputs this is a great buy. This is the hands down winner for a Back Lit LED TV at this price point.Pros:Great Picture quality (with a few adjustments, see below)Really good Sound Quality. Better than most.Matte Screen (not Glossy), so low reflections in bright roomsFull Array LED backlighting (versus "Edge lit" Fluorescent as most LCD's have)Great styling. The angled corners on the bottom, the large base and thin bezel all come together to give it a sophisticated look.Cons:Stock picture settings. Picture is a bit soft and washed out with the stock configuration. You need to adjust the settings to get it to really shine to it's full potential.I used the Display Mate DVD to professionally calibrate the screen and I used those settings as a starting point. My personal preference is for a bit more "pop" and a sharper picture and I think I've come up with the ideal settings for this particular TV. I listed all the "Default" settings, the "Display Mate Calibration DVD" Settings, and my Personal Settings below. Hope that helps you find the settings that work best for you.Read more ›



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