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I would like to know about this also. I have read in some reviews it has a different screen than the 650, less glossy?
May 29, 2009 by Michael Smith
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For me it's real hard to shop apples to apples for anything. I do feel that this TV is the best bang for my dollar. Why was it discontinued?
Feb 22, 2010 by L. James
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yup i have the same issue apparently its cause of the tv drawing lot of power dur to its fast start up . try plugging it in to the wall direcly ie with no other devices plugged in. i also notice that it only happenes if i have had the tv off for a while eg over nigt and not if it turn it off wait a few mins and turn it on so it must be some thing with the power. i would still call samsung and see whats up.
Nov 26, 2009 by Richard
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No. Check out cnet.com. For overall picture quality, the b750 rates higher than any other tv including the new samsung LED's with the exception of the samsung 950 and sony xbr 8 which offer local dimming, but these two sets are extremely expensive.
Jun 26, 2009 by Justin M. Finlay
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This TV is back on Samsung's website. It was absent for awhile, however, the 7 Series has reappeared.
Feb 26, 2010 by Mambo dancer
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Word is that it is no longer on the site because the new models are supposed to be released soon. I have been watching the price for a while too, and Amazon's is about the best at the moment, though you can watch Slickdeals.net forums for new deals.
Feb 7, 2010 by FPS Gamer
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Yes, it is; They unbox it (take the box if you don't want it - I would keep it for warranty issues if you have the room) and plug it it in to make sure it works.
Jan 24, 2010 by K. Crews
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