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Samsung UN40J5200 40-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
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- Refresh Rate: 60CMR (Effective)
- Backlight: LED
- Smart Functionality: Yes- Built in Wi-Fi
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 36.3" x 20.6" x 2.3", TV with stand: 36.3" x 23.2" x 11.3"
- Inputs: 2 HDMI, 1 USB
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Features built-in Wi-Fi and crisp, colorful HD visuals
J5200 Series LED Smart TV
At a Glance:
- Smart TV allows you to easily access favorite media
- Wirelessly mirror your mobile device onto the big screen
- Built-in Wi-Fi so you can browse the web
- DTS Premium Sound 5.1 provides high-definition surround sound
- Full HD 1080p for twice the clarity of standard HD TVs
Samsung J5200 Series LED Smart TV
With built-in Wi-Fi, Smart TV technology, and Full HD 1080p, the Samsung J5200 40-Inch Smart TV provides a high-resolution picture while also allowing you to browse the web or access smart apps to easily find your favorite media. DTS Premium Sound 5.1 offers surround sound, and Motion Rate 60 delivers seamless motion for an enjoyable viewing experience. The eco sensor feature intelligently adapts the screen's brightness to help efficiently manage energy use. With Anynet+ technology, you can remotely control up to 12 other compatible devices. Take advantage of the USB port to view your personal media, or use screen mirroring to wirelessly broadcast media from your mobile device onto the big screen.
What's in the Box:
- Samsung J5200 40-Inch Smart TV
- Standard remote control
Full HD Resolution for A Crisp, Clear Image
With Full HD 1080p resolution, the Samsung J5200 LED TV offers a resolution twice as high as a standard HDTV. You'll be able to view your favorite shows, movies, and games in crisp detail.
Samsung Smart TV Offers Easy Access to Content and Apps
The Samsung J5200 LED Smart TV features versatile capabilities that let you enjoy content from a wide range of sources. Easily connect the Smart TV wirelessly with your compatible Galaxy smartphone for streaming and content sharing.* It also supports a host of apps via the Samsung Apps store, so you can access your favorite streaming and social media services easily.
*All devices must be on the same network and internet connection is required.
Motion Rate 60 Delivers Clear Moving Picture
The J5200 LED TV features a Motion Rate of 60 to ensure your TV keeps up with the action on-screen. With its quick refresh rate, processing speed and backlighting technology, the J5200 Smart TV delivers a clear moving picture that renders fast action sequences easily.
Wide Color Enhancer for Quality Color and Brightness
The J5200 LED TV offers enriched colors with its Wide Color Enhancer feature. Enjoy every image as the director intended, even with older, non-HD content.
Integrated Wi-Fi and Browser Lets You Surf the Web on Your TV
Thanks to the Samsung J5200 LED Smart TV built-in Wi-Fi and web browser, you can surf the Internet from the comfort of your couch.* Use it to browse online shopping listings, catch up on social media, news or watch videos on the big screen.
*Internet connection is required.
Play USB Media with ConnectShare Movie
The Samsung ConnectShare Movie feature makes it easy to play media from a USB storage device. Use it to play movies directly from a USB-enabled camera or camcorder, access media on an external hard drive, view photos stored on a flash drive, and more.*
*Internet connection is required.
Dynamic Audio Performance with DTS Premium Sound
With its built-in 5.1 surround sound support and DTS Premium Sound, the J5200 LED Smart TV creates a bold audio soundstage that immerses you in your media. You'll enjoy crisp highs, resonant bass response, and dialogue clarity that doesn't skip a single syllable.
Streamlined Device Management with Anynet+
An ideal connectivity solution for any home theater, Samsung Anynet+ lets you easily manage up to 12 compatible Samsung media devices with just a single remote.*
*HDMI-CES compatible devices required
Eco Sensor Helps Manage Your Energy Use
The J5200 LED Smart TV features Eco Sensor to ensure the screen operates as efficiently as possible. Eco sensor measures the intensity of light in the room and adapts the screen's brightness accordingly, helping cut down on energy consumption.
|Screen Size Offerings||75-inch, 65-inch, 60-inch, 55-inch, 50-inch, 32-inch||65-inch, 60-inch, 55-inch, 50-inch, 48-inch, 40-inch||50-inch, 48-inch, 40-inch||50-inch, 48-inch, 43-inch, 40-inch, 32-inch (J5205)||50-inch, 48-inch, 43-inch, 32-inch (J5003)||32-inch|
|Motion Rate||Motion Rate 120||Motion Rate 120||Motion Rate 60||Motion Rate 60||Motion Rate 60||Motion Rate 60|
|Dimming and Contrast Technology||Micro-Dimming PRO and Mega Contrast||Mega Contrast||Micro-Dimming PRO and Mega Contrast||Mega Contrast||Mega Contrast||Mega Contrast|
|Audio Specifications||Dolby MS11 with 20W (10W x 2) output||Dolby MS10 with 20W (10W x 2) output||Dolby MS11 with 20W (10W x 2) output||Dolby MS10 with 20W (10W x 2) output||Dolby MS10 with 20W (10W x 2) output||Dolby MS10 with 10W (5W x 2) output|
|Other Key Features||Bluetooth for wireless audio, Wide Color Enhancer||Wide Color Enhancer||Bluetooth for wireless audio, Wide Color Enhancer||Wide Color Enhancer||Wide Color Enhancer||Wide Color Enhancer|
|Number of HDMI Inputs||4||2||3||2||2||2|
- Brand Name: Samsung
- Model Number: UN40J5200AFXZA
- Display Technology: LED
- Display Size: 40 inches
- Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Enjoy a viewing experience that is 2X the clarity of standard HD TVs. Enjoy a clear moving picture resolution at Motion Rate 60 with amazing refresh rate, processing speed and backlight technology. See every image as the director intended with enriched colors – even with older, non-HD content.
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Symptoms we experienced: Launching Netflix and attempting to watch a show would cause the show to repeatedly buffer and get stuck at 99%. After this occurs, the TV's OS becomes incredibly sluggish and it becomes nearly unresponsive, forcing a full reboot of the TV.
Disabling "Smart Security" feature completely resolves this issue, and gets rid of the sluggishness and freezing experienced within the TV's OS. We also disabled auto-update as we saw this was recommended by other owners as a potential fix.
To disable Smart Security: Menu button on Remote> System > Smart Security > Off
TV is incredibly light and thin.
Picture quality is great.
Once Smart Security is disabled, navigating the menu and apps are responsive and quick.
Easy to use.
TV is not ready to use "Out of the box".
Smart Security feature completely cripples the TV and makes it unusable with built-in default apps.
3/5 stars. 5/5 once the Smart Security feature is disabled.
I've had (and still have) several other Samsung TVs, and have liked them. This one has the same good picture quality as my previous units, but I must say that it is the least satisfying TV that I have ever owned. Why? Because it is ...... slow.
How can a TV be slow?
* It's slow to turn on. Remember picture tube TVs that used to take time to warm up? Not quite that bad, but takes time.
* It's slow to change channels. You press a button on the remote and then wonder if the TV heard you, or not. Eventually it responds, but you are not sure if and when it will do that.
* The "Smart TV" feature is *excruciatingly* slow. Many times when trying to start viewing Netflix, this TV will put a pop-up on the screen that says "Preparing TV". This goes on and on. Even that might not be so bad if it automatically started Netflix once the "preparing" was done, but it doesn't work that way - you have to just keep trying until the pop-up doesn't appear. And then wait ... for ... Netflix ... to ... start.
* But WORST of all, once the TV has been "prepared" for watching Netflix, it will go into an endless cycle of showing a few seconds of a show, then freeze while a spinning counter slowly goes up to 100%, shows a few more seconds, then repeats. Again, the only solution seems to be turning the unit off then on again and try one more time.
This TV is just like having a big, bright monitor that is hooked to an old, really slow computer - that needs to be re-booted over and over again to correct problems.
Very, very disappointing!
Several people have reported that they have "fixed" this problem by doing various things like waiting for all software updates to be downloaded or by turning security options off. My TV is at the latest available software version, and I've tried making all of the changes that others have suggested - but none of the fixes work very long, and then it's back to the same maddening behavior.
I do appreciate the various suggestions and reports of apparent success, and I keep hoping that a real solution will emerge (Samsung, are you listening???). But I have found that there are things that you can do, or specific sequences of operations, that *appear* to fix the problem. But then try again later, and the problems are still there. I have been down that path many times.
One interesting thing I have found:
Sometimes Netflix will play reliably if I let it "auto-play" a program from the beginning. By this I mean that I did not press any button to have the program start playing (it seems to start playing automatically after the menu is displayed a few seconds), and I was not trying to resume an episode that I had watched part of earlier. That is great, but just too complicated. I shouldn't have to do that. And it doesn't work all the time. But what this does suggest is that it IS possible for Netflix to work on this TV under the right conditions, if only Samsung would fix this.
I keep hoping that someone (Samsung would be the obvious source) will come up with a solution for this whole problem.
The Netflix issue with this TV is a serious problem that needs urgent attention from Samsung. It is affecting many people. As of this writing, there 691 reviews of this TV here on Amazon, of which 98 have reported the same or similar issues with unacceptable slowness or constant buffering that makes Netflix unwatchable. So if you have this issue, you are not suffering alone.
This TV also has a suspiciously large number of 5-star reviews that say nothing more than things like: "it is great," "cool," "working good" [sic], "excellent," - many of which are concentrated on a few certain days, so will leave it to others to decide if the large number 5-star reviews are the result of any ballot box stuffing to improve the overall rating.
I would have returned this TV by now if I hadn't recycled the box it came in. Lacking that alternative, it looks like the only way I will be able watch Netflix on this TV without going crazy is to buy a Roku stick to provide Netflix access.
Samsung is a well-known global company. If they truly cared for their customers and their reputation, I would expect them to: A) make a reassuring statement here (because someone representing Samsung has answered a number of the questions about this TV), and B) deliver a fix for the problem. But so far, we have seen neither.
Having suffered with the maddening slowness along with an unusable Netflix application that Samsung still has not fixed, I took action on my own that finally allows me to watch Netflix reliably and pleasurably on this TV.
The solution is to buy a Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) which plugs into one of the HDMI outlets on the back of the TV. Like all Roku devices, it provides a user experience that is far better than Samsung's "smart" feature. I also added a TVPower Mini USB Cable for Powering Roku Streaming Stick for a very tidy installation.
The only downsides to this solution are having to spend an additional 50 bucks to provide what I thought I was getting with the "Smart" TV, plus having an additional remote (although the Roku allows you to set up your smartphone as a remote).