This week Samsung announced a new Series 8 LCD HDTV line. Series 8 TVs feature Samsung’s take on functional art with an attractive design. The TVs in the series are only 1.9-inch wide at the thickest point. All of the models can support up to full 1080p resolution and use 120Hz refresh rates.
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The series includes the 850 and 860 models and both models will come in either 46-inch or 52-inch screen sizes. Contrast ratio for all models is 50000:1 dynamic and both feature integrated downward firing speakers with a sub and SRS TruSurround XT.
Connectivity options include four HDMI-CEC ports, dual component inputs, S-Video, PC input, headphone jack, and an Ethernet connection. The difference between the 850 and 860 models appears to be only the addition of a second USB port to the 860. The 850 model will retail for $2699.99 for the 46-inch and $3399.99 for the 52-inch. The 860 models will sell for $2799.99 for the 46-inch and the 52-inch will go for $3499.99. All models will be available in September.
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