awsome tv ,great picture easy set up,so far been watching it a week now.the down sides are stand seems flimsy the sound is not that great ,but im using a surround system now. the biggest problem iv encountered so far is its very complex to use all its functions like favorite channels a bit to much pointing and cliking would be nice to have a keyboard and mouse to use with it .
You have to let the tv just be turned on for a while then things start to load. Also netflix logs me off quite often and typing in passwords and usernames with a basic remote sucks. I'll be looking for a qwerty remote. Sound quality is typical. I'm going to purchase speakers.
Great buy for quality of picture. Has built in adjustment feature that adjusts lighting for sporting events. Only notice it in Hockey games, put clarity is phenomenal. No problem following puck. Not a lot of features but picture can't be beat. Very happy with TV.
This is our first flat-screen TV for the living room. We have been watching a 27\" Sony for a decade. This is such a leap forward for us! The picture is gorgeous and even the speakers don't sound that bad. How they do it is beyond me! This TV does everything! 3D is fabulous and does not give one a head-ache since the shutter-glasses refresh each lense 60 times a second. You can't go wrong buying this model!! Only been using for ten days, so hoping it stays reliable. Screen has no dead pixels!
Attention potential Samsung consumers! In 2009, I purchased a 61-inch Samsung HD LED TV. About 1 and a half to 2 years later, my beautiful 61 inch TV had two black spots that appeared on the TV screen. It bothered me but I ignored it because it was insignificant. Within 6 months, those 2 black spots had accumulated to about 3 to 4 thousand. My TV screen looked like it was being attacked by a herd of flees. I found out later that this was a result of a defected chip installed in not only my LED model but most of their plasma models as well. Because the manufacturer\u2019s warranty only last one year, by the time I had this problem, I was stuck with most of the repair bill of over $300. Samsung paid for the parts but not the labor. Here\u2019s the kicker\u2026 the Samsung repair man informed me that even though he replaced the chip that caused my problem, that\u2019s not a permanent fix and the spots will reappear in another 1 and a half to 2 years depending on how much you watch the TV and Samsung doesn\u2019t even care. Basically here\u2019s the warning, if you purchase a TV from Samsung (LED or Plasma), they come with baggage which is a $300-$600 bill every 1 and a half to 2 years. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Samsung will leave you hanging!\n\n-Karen Franklin
I was very disappointed to find that the TV I was saving for had a cracked screen. When I called Walmart.com they told me that they would a new one, however I have still not received the shipping labels so that I may ship the damaged item back.
Needed to replace an old TV in a small space. This Samsung fit in the same space, but gives bigger picture area than old TV. Clarity and sound are incredible. Set up was a little confusing, but we finally worked it out and are very pleased with all the controls and setting options.
My UN65F7100, manufactured in Sept. 2013 and received Oct. 26 has two light-colored, thumb-sized dead spots in the center of the screen (they look similar to pressure points) about six inches down from the top and 10 inches apart. These spots show up on all lighter-colored scenes and especially when there is movement in the video (a pan). If you're at all experienced with video production or are into picture quality, the light spots will be all you see.\n\nIf you go to Samsung's website and look at reviews for the 7100 series, you'll see another reviewer had the same problem and includes a photo of the dead spot.\n\nThe last three weeks, I've spent hours on the phone with Samsung and the \"Executive Customer Relations\" department seeking a remedy. While the local TV technician they sent to photograph\/document the problem and Samsung's ECR customer service reps agree the spots don't appear to be within specification, I'm told the Panel Evaluation Department has looked at the photos and determined the white spots are \"within factory specs.\" Samsung is refusing to fix this manufacturing defect (they said I would have to pay for a new 65\" panel).\n\nFor years, I've been an enthusiastic Samsung customer, but this experience has been horrible. If Samsung won't honor its warranty and correct a manufacturing defect on a big-ticket item, I would suggest you'd be wise to look to other TV manufacturers...ones willing to stand behind their products.