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>> Hi, I'm David Katzmaier, Senior Editor at CNET.com and this is the Samsung LNT4665F. This is a 46 inch LCD flat panel tv, 1080P model and Samsung's top of the line LDC tv this year. This set is actually a really slick looking tv. It's entirely glossy, including the screen itself. Now the gloss might look kinda cool when it's in the room and the tv's turned off, but sometimes it does collect a little ambient light. So if you got a room with a heck of a lot of light streaming in the windows, you might wanna get a tv that doesn't have this glossy screen. Overall we were really impressed by the picture quality of this Samsung tv. In fact, it's the first LCD that we've reviewed that got an 8 in performance. That's due to the fact that it has very nice deep black level performance as well as relatively accurate color. There's really very few things we can complain about with the picture quality. On the side of the picture it's a little lighter than in the middle, there's a little but less uniformity than we'd like to see, but otherwise very good picture quality for an LCD tv. Around back you'll find a great selection of inputs. There's two HGMI and one computer input on the back. There's also a third HGMI input around the side where you can also find a USB port. So it's got plenty of connections for all of your gear. In fact, the feature set on this tv is among the best we've seen on an LCD tv. Of course the styling is also pretty slick. It comes with it's own swivel stand so you can actually move the tv about 20 degrees to either side. Nice rounded off corners. Hidden speakers to either side and these things kinda flare out to the side to make it a really nice futuristic look. Anyway, that's a quick look at the Samsung LMT4665F and I'm David Katzmaier.
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