Samsung UN55B8000 LED HDTV Review

Posted: Oct 29 2009, 11:04am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:10pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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We reported about the top of the line Samsung LED HDTV UN55B8000 already a couple of times. Now there is also the new Samsung UN55B8500 which is actually the new Ultimate LED TV, featuring a higher contrast ratio of 7,000,000:1.
Last week we looked at the huge discounts that are already offered on the Samsung UN55B8000 LED HDTV. Tweaknews has tested the 55-inch Samsung LED HDTV UN55B8000 and published this in-depth review.

Quote from the review: "After over a month and a half of daily use, the Samsung UN55B8000 can be summed up as a mixed bag of great and not so great characteristics. The first thing to mention and the distinguishing feature is the 1.2 inch depth profile. There is no consumer grade TV this side of perhaps an OLED display that at the time of this review is as thin as this model.
The second is the color reproduction. This by a small margin has the best color reproduction I have seen to date. Couple these with the overall aesthetics and improved USB video, mp3 and photo functionality and at first you would think this is a touch down for Samsung. But hold on."
Read the full UN55B8000 review on Tweaknews.

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