Product Spotlight: Samsung LN40C560 40-inch 1080p LCD Smart TV

Posted: Apr 29 2011, 8:27am CDT | by , in Shopping Tips


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Samsung Smart TV on the cheap with a big screen

Today I am shining the product spotlight on tone of the cheapest Samsung Smart TVs that you can get your hands on. The Samsung LN40C560 is a smart TV that has features from 2010, but when it comes to getting into the Samsung Smart TV world at a low price and with a nicely sized screen, this is the option right now. This TV has a 40-inch screen and supports 1080p content.

The TV uses LCD technology and has normal CCFL backlighting. Most of the newer Samsung Smart TVs use LED backlighting today. The TV does meet Energy Star 4.0 standards for power efficiency though. It has 1080p resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. It does not support 3D content and has an onboard audio system that has 10W over two channels for stereo sound.

Connectivity options on the TV include four HDMI ports with three on the back and one on the side. The TV has HDMI-CEC capability to allow the DVD player to be controlled by the Samsung remote control the set also has a pair of USB ports and a single PC input. Samsung uses a Wide Color Enhancer to improve the colors and the set has a game mode to make video games look better.

The USB ports on the TV can be used for directly connecting flash drives or other devices to watch video on the big screen. The TV has a swiveling stand so you can easily turn it to face whatever direction you want. The screen has a 16:9 aspect ratio and has a dynamic refresh rate of 90,000:1. The screen response time is 6ms. Other than the HDMI puts the TV also has dual component inputs and composite inputs too.

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