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Samsung Quality

by kcfvegas / May 29, 2007 6:07 AM PDT

After looking around at many different TVs I've narrowed my choices down to two Samsungs and maybe a Panasonic. The two Samsungs are the
HP-T5064 plasma or the LN-T4665F LCD. Since I only have a total of 51" in width to play with where the TV has to go. My Question is how is the quality of the Samsungs today? They have a great a picture, but are they going to be trouble free? Any input would be appreciated, thanks.

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Sammy is doing some fine LCDs. Advantage - LN-T4665F.
by NM_Bill / May 29, 2007 9:13 AM PDT
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It is c/nets #1 selling LCD & their review declared the set has the absolute current best picture among LCDs.

Yes, Samsung quality was problematic. I bought one of their DLPs 4 years ago & got burned. Guess I must be feeling in a forgiving mood. They have been coming on strong. There sell aggressive & sell huge numbers & have charged into making major components in a big way.

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by Riverledge / May 29, 2007 10:43 AM PDT
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THE LN-T4665F is a super set! Too bad you don't have room for the T5265F. These are EXCELLENT LCDs. Beware however, Samsung has put a glossy finish on the panel, may be prone to reflections like PLASMAs.

Best wishes,

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Sammy 52 too snug
by kcfvegas / May 29, 2007 11:10 AM PDT

Thanks River, I was bummed when I found out the 5265 was one inch too wide. I'm considering putting it in the space at a slight angle because I really like the larger size. Where it is going is one of those built in spaces that they are putting in houses now. The Samsung 50" plasma will fit perfectly.

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by Riverledge / May 30, 2007 10:03 AM PDT
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GREAT LCD HDTV. AS for a plasma I suggest the new PANASONIC TH-50PZ600U. Actual width 49.9", full HD @ 1080p.

Best wishes,

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reg Samsung Quality
by patelbj / June 8, 2007 4:59 AM PDT
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LNT4665F is just awesome. i now own it for more than 2 months and turst me, everyone who's been to my place and seen my TV has been 'wow'ed.

No complaints in terms of any clouding or any affect. Picture quality is just awesome.

I'm not so happy with the two builtin speakers, but then that is probably because I am used my accoustimas 6 series II speaker set connected to the Onkyo Receiver. I just removed the receiver to upgrade the receiver to support the HD technology and hence currently solely dependent on the two built in speakers of LNT4665Ffor the audio.

Otherwise, its an awesome TV.

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