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Samsung UN55D6050 55" 1080p 120Hz LED Edge Lit LCD HDTV
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- Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio 5,000,000:1
- Auto Motion Plus 240Hzwith Clear Motion Rate
- Full HD 1080p resolution
- Ultra Slim Touch of ColorTM Design
- Exceeds ENERGY STAR® standards
- 50.6" x 29.9" x 1.2" (12.0" with stand)
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- Brand Name: Samsung
- Model Number: UN55D6050
- Display Technology: led-lit
- Display Size: 55 inches
- Image Contrast Ratio: 4,500,000:1
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This TV beats out the Sharp AQUOS (with QUATTRON) and the new Sony Bravia's. If samsung makes a 60 or 70 inch version of this TV I might buy it.
So, this TV worked well for a few months, as others have described on the site... then it began to randomly power off several times per night. I generally don't use the TV remote for anything other than powering it on, so I'd have to go pick up the remote to turn it back on.
When the problem first cropped up, I spent a few months trying to isolate the source... it appeared to be the TV, so I called for warranty service and Samsung sent a technician. The repair lasted less than three months before the powering off problem started all over again.
And here's where it becomes fun: Samsung made me replace every piece of equipment attached to the TV: my DVR, my BluRay, my DVD/surround sound... insisting that the problem was one of my devices being incompatible with their superior TV. Yet, no matter what devices I connected, if anything at all was connected over an HDMI cable, the TV would power off.
At that point, I replaced the TV with a Phillips LCD TV, and tried a Sharp TV as well. Both TV function flawlessly with all three devices connected over HDMI cables. However, swapping back to the Samsung TV finds that it continues to power itself off.
After four months, and multiple technician visits, I was offered a refund for what appeared to be an irreparable issue. All I really wanted was a functioning TV, but Samsung's executive relations team denied my refund, and told me once again: it's not the TV, but it must be a "source issue" from the DVR. (Never mind that it occurs with multiple DVRs, multiple brands of BluRay players, multiple brands of DVD/Surround Sound systems.)
I isolated the DVR by running it over coaxial cable, and suffering through low-definition TV for several weeks.Read more ›
I got this TV primarily because it connects to my wireless 802.11n network (it supports both the 2.4GHz and 5Ghz bands), and it supports DLNA. I have an extensive video collection that I stream to my PS3's using software called PS3 Media Server. This is just a DLNA server, so I wanted a TV that could stream using my existing server. This TV fits that bill perfectly.
The way you select the DLNA server is using the Source button on the remote. The DLNA server appears as a source, just like HDMI, DVI and PC. Once there, you just navigate the folders to find the video you want. It couldn't be easier.
$1500 plus tax at Sam's Club.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I brought my Samsung UN55D6050 at Costco. It went completely died with 42 months. Funniest thing - I seldomly used this TV. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Anonymous
More power supply issues. Wow, worst customer experience ever too. Last Samsung product I will buy. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jimmy Lu
Not covered under warranty. Expected better quality at this price!
Estimate is $325 to replace. It is very nice - when it works.
I liked this product because it was a Samsung. My previous TV was a 55 inch Samsung & the picture was the most outstanding I've ever seen. Read morePublished on December 2, 2012 by Joe Giles
I got mine from Costco 12/11. Had a color problem last month and again this month. Costco concierge services were great on my first call. Read morePublished on November 19, 2012 by prov1
I have owned this set now for 6 months and I could not be happier. Went to Sams Club and saw display unit going for 1,100$. Read morePublished on October 24, 2012 by J. Battocletti
Got this puppy at Best Buy on Black Friday 2011 for $999! The picture quality is amazing, but it does not include the required part to access the internet, and therefore be able to... Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by Joe
Bought this at costco for $1399 and a mount for $69. I have a brick fireplace and wanted something that would fit in the area above the mantle. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by rick langin
Bought this TV at Costco on Black Friday 2011 for $1100.. which was an awesome deal.. works great.. luv it... works great with sound system.Published on December 24, 2011 by matt