>> Hi, I'm David Katzmaier, senior editor for CNET.com
and with me is the Samsung LN T4671F. This is a 46-inch
LCD flat panel HDTV. It's one of the Samsung's higher
end models. The thing about this TV compared to a lot
of less expensive TVs is it has 120 hertz of video
processing mode so you can actually smooth out a lot of
the motion in video. We'll get to that in a second. As
a high-end TV Samsung really did pull out all the stops
in styling this set. As you can see it's a really
wide-looking TV. There is actually a little bit extra
width on the sides, and then on the side of that there's
some clear strips here where the speakers are. Below
the screen and above the screen, though, it's a really
kind of thin look. So overall it's a really
sleek-looking set. Of course Samsung does throw in this
swivel stand here. Features-wise, there's pretty much
everything you could expect on this TV. The extensive
picture adjustments include gamma, color temperature
adjustment, you can go in, tweak the picture to your
heart's content which is really nice. Excellent
connectivity on this set includes two HGMI inputs, two
component video inputs and a PC input on the back panel.
The side panel has a third HGMI input and this USB port
you can use to display digital photos from a camera as I
mentioned [Inaudible] this TV does have 120 hertz
processing, and we checked that out -- we were
generally impressed by what we saw. It really did a
very good job of smoothing out motion and stutter in
pans. It's definitely an effect that a lot of people
will notice so a lot of people may or may not like the
effect. Of course you can go ahead and turn it off. It
does introduce a few artifacts, however, so you know,
again, if you have a sharp eye for that sort of thing
you might want to leave it in the "off" position for a
lot of material. But again, it's really nice to have
that choice. In terms of other picture quality features
this TV really does an excellent job. There's very good
black levels, nice and dark. There is excellent color
accuracy on this television, especially with the ability
to do all those tweaks that we mentioned. On the down
side, we really didn't like the shiny screen. Does
reflect a lot of ambient light when the lights are up.
But other than that it's a very good performer. Anyway,
that's a quick look at Samsung's LN T4671 F and I'm
David Katzmaier. ^M00:02:02 [ Music ]
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