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Samsung Early adopters BEWARE

by RDSKNS81 / October 11, 2011 12:02 PM PDT

So it has recently come to my attention that the 63 inch Plasma 3D TV that I bought 8 months ago is now obsolete! Now, I am used to technology upgrading every year and thats fine, but Samsung went and changed the whole technology! They switched to a bluetooth emitter from the RF emitter in mine. It was a smart change, except for screwing over all the early adopters who bought their 2010 models! They are no longer producing any technology for my model, so I am stuck with what we have now, which isn't even offered on their website anymore. So I call and talk to them for about 45 mins working my way to the supervisors supervisor only to be told by hum, "we can not help you". we have no plans to upgrade your TV to the new technology and no plans to put out any new products for your television. So basically thanks for being an early adopter and getting our new tech out there now go away, we are done with you, thanks for your money! All this makes me pretty upset so I turn to social networking to get this out there. Now you know not to buy anything new from Samsung because they might also screw you over!

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Samsung Early adopters BEWARE
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 14, 2011 1:15 PM PDT

RDSKNS81,

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They can Still be bought
by Mr Shaun Warburton / October 16, 2011 10:59 AM PDT

Most models of active Shutter glasses are still very widely available to the public, on Amazon and on E-Bay for instance. So All is very far from lost....

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