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Samsung HL67A750 67-Inch 1080p LED Powered DLP HDTV (2008 Model)

4.1 out of 5 stars 203 customer reviews
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  • 1080p HD Resolution
  • LED Light Source, No Lamp Required
  • 3D Gaming Ready
  • 1 Tuner PIP
  • 3 HDMI Inputs, HDMI-CEC
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model Number: HL67A750
  • Display Technology: LED-lit
  • Display Size: 67 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

Impressive image quality.Never needed assistance.Need to sell because we are moving.

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Technical Details

Brand Name Samsung
Item Weight 90.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 60.8 x 15.5 x 41.5 inches
Item model number HL67A750
Color Name Black
Specification Met energy_star
Item Display Height 41.5 inches

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4.1 out of 5 stars 203 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #250,241 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#2,794 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 115 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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Date First Available February 14, 2008

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By R. Melcher on July 28, 2008
This is the 2nd Samsung DLP that I have owned. The first being a Samsung 56" 5650, it still worked great when upgrading to this model, I just really wanted the new features such as the LED projection and admittedly the extra size (insert joke here). I did the research into the plasma and LCD units and just couldn't rationalize why I would spend comparable money for a 42" TV. Along with this price difference, the plasmas and LCDs, in my opinion, just don't handle the non-HD programming nearly as well as DLP units, too pixilated. As for the HD picture, it's amazing... I would gladly put it up against a plasma or LCD.

If you are thinking that this TV might be too big for your room, it's likely not! The viewing distance that I typically have on this TV is around 7-8' away and it's perfect. At this distance it is comparable to the ratio you are experiencing in a good seat at the theater. You can adjust the display to the brightness level of your preference, but just in general I have found the DLP to be a softer more eye friendly image than the LCD or Plasma and comparable to what you experience in a modern theater.

For the gamers, this set is the bomb! If you have found yourself changing the brightness level just to be able to see the details in darker games like Gears of War and then switching to watching TV to have a whitewash... there is a quick select button on the remote control that goes to `Game' mode that trasitions the picture to a mode that allows you see stuff the way that the games designers intended them to be seen.

I will leave you with this thought... You are just sitting down in your favorite chair, the unbelievable smell of the extra buttered popcorn that your friends and family are passing around dominates the air ... then all of a sudden the intro scene of Star Wars Episode 4 starts rolling across this 67" badboy while the theme song belts out of a well bassed sound system....... Yeah, it's worth it!

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I bought the Samsung HL67A750 on sale from a local Fry's. The unit was delivered in 4 days for a small fee that included carrying the unit upstairs.
I have owned front projectors for 25+ years (starting with the Kloss Novabeam Model One and continuing to my previous Sony VPL-HS20). The Samsung HL67A750 is easily the best unit I have bought for watching TV (and doing a little big screen gaming) and yet was the least expensive TV/Monitor I have bought since my first projector. The visual quality was excellent out of the box with very little fiddling needed.

The negatives I found on this unit were minor, but worth mentioning.
The sound is weak at best, but was unimportant as I have a 7.1 external sound system. The only moderately annoying issue I found was that the projector is apparently a significant source of flickering IR. This caused my RX-V3800 to think it is receiving an intermittent mute command from a non-existent remote. While this is annoying, it was reduced considerably by changing the placement of the RX-V3800. While the mute still occurs occasionally (primarily when a person stands in front of the TV and reflects back the IR to the receiver) it is now acceptable.

In conclusion: The Samsung HL67A750 is an excellent product with only minor issues

Late Jan 08 Update: I have now owned this product for 6 months and it is a great product. I watch it an average of 1 to 2 hrs a day and have found little or nothing to complain about. As I am notorious for second guessing my purchases, this is nothing short of amazing.
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First and foremost, size isn't everything. But it's certainly nice to have! When I began researching TVs to replace my 9 year-old Toshiba 36" CRT, I was only looking in the 46-52" range. I'm in the military and move every couple years, so I needed something that I could move safely and that would work in any reasonable environment. This eliminated plasmas, which reputedly do not perform well at higher altitudes. Next I looked at LEDs. The black levels are getting better, although it seems B&W stores continue to carry models 2-3 generations back for the same price you can order the newest models online. But then you run in to the dead pixel issue and the insecurity that comes along with an LED, and the hassle if you have a dead pixel out of the box and you purchased online. Nevertheless, I continued to look at LEDs until going out to a B&M store to actually look at TVs. I knew ahead of time that stores don't calibrate TVs on display and you can't judge picture quality based on what you see in the store, but I did want to get a better sense of the layout, saturation, issues with any uneven lighting of the screen, and so forth. On my way to the back wall with LEDs I walked through an aisle of DLP sets - a couple Sammies and a Mitsubishi. They looked nice, and they were larger than life. Black levels were solid, even when uncalibrated. So I went home and started researching DLPs to compare to the Sony and Samsung LEDs I had previously narrowed my search to. Lo and behold, the Samsung 6xA750 TVs were getting the most favorable reviews by videophiles. They didn't like the sound from the TV's speakers (and for good reason - it sounds like a tin can) but as a monitor everyone seemed to love the LED-based 750 series.Read more ›
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