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on April 16, 2004
Hi again. I thought I would write an update to my review. Since then I built a new computer and I have a graphics card that supports 1280x720. It looks really good in both windows and linux. I haven't had as many problems with part of the screen dimming lately, but it still happens sometimes. I just read that review the guy wrote about his breaking down after 15 months.. I've had mine for 11 and I'm thankful it still works. It's not the worst experience I've had with equipment, but it's close. I paid like $1800 for this tv, which is less reliable than one of those tvs you can get at k-mart for $100. That is what really makes me mad about this product. The tv is pretty good as long as it works, but I never plan on buying another samsung product, especially if this one ends up dying on me after 15 months. Just don't even buy this tv. If you're going to buy a tv like this... do it from some place where you can get a warranty. I don't think Samsung even wanted you to know there was a warranty at all. It's on some boring looking sheet of paper that is easy to lose or throw away. It's not mentioned in the manual. I can only imagine what the support is like for this tv. Good luck to anyone who has one of these expensive bricks.