I'll type it over from CNET and this is a review of the Samsung 6500 --
A lot of the attention directed towards Samsung is -- the company's LCD televisions and I think that's a shame.
This year the company is again taking it to Panasonic with the quality of its plasma televisions.
And then -- 806500. Is able to go head to head with my favorite thing about TV the Panasonic ST fifty.
Design -- the sense -- 6500 features a brushed metallic look.
But in this why it's identical to the top of the range -- 8000 except for different -- --
But it's not just appearance to two a very similar in otherwise.
Ice and -- tests to to perform very similarly as far as color and contrast is consent and both had excellent progress and performance.
The only real difference is that -- to say.
The 8000 has not interaction.
And is a little better at processing standard definition sources but in my mind that hardly justifies the 900 dollar difference in -- products.
The reasons to buy the 6500 include excellent color reproduction deep deep black levels and -- usable apps suite.
While you may be tempted by the flashy ES 8000 LED.
I'd say save itself a means and it'll -- -- -- and -- much better picture as well.
The 6500 is an excellent TV and it's able to match the Panasonic ST -- in almost every line.
And in about 12100 bucks on one of the fifty inch it's one of the best thing television. Isn't being -- -- -- cnet.com.
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