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Samsung HLT6176S 61-Inch UltraSlim 1080p DLP HDTV

by Samsung
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  • 61" UltraSlim DLP HDTV
  • 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution; 10,000:1 Contrast ratio
  • 55.1"(W) x 35.8"(H) x 12.3"(D) 74.1 Lbs.
  • Connections: 3 HDMI, 2 S-Video, 2 Composite, 2 Component Video Input, 2 RF input, 1 DVI Audio input, 1 Video Out, 1 USB, 1 PC in (mini jack)
  • Two stereo speakers, 10 watts apiece (20 watts total); SRS TruSurround XT virtual surround
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model Number: HLT6176
  • Display Technology: DLP
  • Display Size: 61 inches
  • Image Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1
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Product Description

Product Description

61" Slim Depth 1080p Widescreen DLP TV

Fill your room with the riveting 1080p Full HD resolution and brilliant sound of the Samsung HL-T6176S. Its 0.8"-thin piano-black bezel and hidden speaker system let you enjoy more screen and less frame; the slim depth lets the 61" DLP HDTV fit where others won't. Enjoy the crisp definition and bright imagery of Samsung's Cinema Smooth 1080p Light Engine; a phenomenal 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio delivers the full range of vivid colors, bright whites, deep blacks and nuanced tones. SRS TruSurround XT audio fills the room with clear, robust sound. Fast, 16 micro-second switching speed virtually eliminates motion blur; Game Mode optimizes performance so gamers will marvel at the life-like action.

The HLT generation of Samsung DLP HDTVs are capable of displaying future 3D games, movies, and other programming via 3D compatible glasses and hardware.

Samsung Cinema Smooth light engine
Samsung's Cinema Smooth light engine create's images with a smoother, more film-like appearance.
Cinema Smooth Light Engine
Samsung is the worldwide leader in creating light engines that harness DLP HDTV technology from Texas Instruments. Samsung’s Cinema Smooth light engine brings together the right optics, electronic circuitry and replaceable light source to create a brilliant picture that’s more lifelike and much closer to film. Now in its sixth year of evolution, Samsung’s Cinema Smooth light engine delivers crisp, 1080p High Definition resolution with high contrast and brightness, defined edges and sharp detail.

Next Generation DLP Chips from Texas Instruments
Samsung employs a Texas Instruments DLP chip that is comprised of millions of microscopic mirrors. The DLP chip is faster than any other HDTV technology, with the mirrors switching on & off 15,000 times a second to deliver a razor-sharp picture for fast moving images. When combined with Samsung’s new Cinema Smooth light engine, the result is a crisp, bright picture with deep, rich colors that’s closer to film.

Samsung Cinema Smooth light engine
SRS TruSurround offers a surround sound experience from only two speakers.
SRS TruSurround Samsung HDTVs are equipped with the best that technology can offer in sound quality. Even when viewing regular broadcasts, Samsung's two speaker surround sound makes you feel as if the theater has been brought to your living room.

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Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Item Weight48.1 pounds
Product Dimensions11.5 x 55.1 x 35.8 inches
Item model numberHLT6176
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack
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Shipping Weight48.1 pounds
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Date First AvailableMarch 28, 2007
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Steven on October 10, 2007
I finally made my venture into the world of high definition television. I am very happy I finally made this move, it has completely enhanced my TV viewing experience. This is my first high def TV purchase and although I don't regret my purchase too much, I do wish I would have done a bit more research before finally making my decision.

This TV gives a beautiful picture and more inputs then you'll ever need (including HDMI, of coarse, and also USB, which is cool). The television is quite attractive and very slim when compared to other DLP televisions. The TV is very quiet, I can't hear the color wheel or anything else at all. I noticed in other reviews that people talk about straight lines bowing, luckily I don't have this problem.

Like I said, the picture is beautiful... and I mean BEAUTIFUL! My parents have a plasma TV and this DLP is leagues above it as far as picture quality is concerned. This isn't an entirely fair comparison because my parents bought a "budget" 42 inch plasma, which is now over a year old. Higher end plasmas and LCDs look a bit better then this Samsung - but you pay for that. With a budget around $2000.00 I wanted the best bang for the buck I could find and I ended up choosing this TV because of it's size and it's picture quality (especially for this size).

There is a catch to this TV though. You are buying the standard lamp and color wheel DLP if you choose this one. This will bite your wallet in the future because about every 1000-3000 hours you will need to replace the lamp. This wouldn't be so bad if the replacement lamps weren't so expensive ($200-$400). I have heard some owners getting up to 16,000 hours with their bulbs, but that's extremeley rare, typically you're looking at less then 5000 hours.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Brandeis Marquette on June 12, 2007
We spent about 3 months researching and looking at TVs that were at least 58", 1080p, and that had bright clear image quality and wide viewing angles. None of the LED TVs came close to meeting the size requirement so we nixed them. All the DLP and LED DLP rear projection TVs seemed very dim and could not be viewed at wide angles (although their prices were right). The ony plasma that was 1080P and at least 58" was way too expensive, although it did have awesome picture quality.

We were about to give up and wait for the price of the plasma TVs to drop, when we stumbled across the Sony XBR2. This was the only rear projection set we could find that had an image that came close to plasma quality. The only negatives was that it had a lot of extra features that drove up the price (like PIP) that we did not care about and took up a huge amount of space (24" deep and 71" wide). Since we really liked this TV, we overlooked the negatives and bought it.

While it did look big in the store, once it was delivered to our living room, it became a gargantuan dinosaur. It dwarfed our living room and we ended up visiting 5 furniture stores trying to find a stand that was big enough. To make a long story short, the size and weight of this beast was too much and we decided to return it and wait for the plasma prices to drop.

While we made the trip back to the store, we stumbled across the Samsung HL-T6176S (which had just been released that very day).
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By David Richmond on August 8, 2007
After performing a lot of research (CNET, Sound and Vision, Home Theater Magazine, etc) on manufacturers and the various DLP TVs as well as talking with many friends and colleagues about their DLP experiences, I decided this model was the best. The colors are excellent and true to life. There is no rainbow effect as in older models (probably due to the faster spinning color wheel). There is now loud fan noise. All pluses.

However, this TV is really cheap in it's construction. It's so flimsy that if you slightly push on a corner of the TV, the entire picture moves. Out of the box, my TV's picture bowed on both sides (kind of like a smile). And the overall image tilted down the right. This is really noticeable when watching letterbox movies as the black bar at the top was thicker on the right side as opposed to the left. And when watching HD channels like ESPN or HD News, the programs tickers or scores on the top of the screen tilted down the right. This bowing and tilt in the screen is really noticable and takes away from the superb picture quality.

Owning the TV for less than a month, I called Samsung who sent out their local tech. He confirmed everything above and said that there's not too much he can do. He explained that since Samsung has gone to an all plastic case for the TV, its flimsyness causes these issues. He also said that the Slim design means they have repositioned the inside mirror to the top of the TV which also contributes the bowed effect on each side of the screen. They are going to replace my screen but he doubts it will do much good. I would strongly advise not getting these Samsung new Slim DLP models until they resolve this issue.

UPDATE: 12/20/07 -- Since my first write up, I have just received my 3rd TV from Samsung.
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