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Samsung UN55D6050 55" 1080p 120Hz LED Edge Lit LCD HDTV

2.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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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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Technical Details

  • 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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Product Description

Once you discover Samsung Smart TVTM you'll never look at TV the same way again-and the 55" Samsung UN55D6050 LED TV is your starting point. Smart TVTM gives you access to the best of the Internet, along with Samsung Apps and the ability to search content both online and on your TV. And its Energy Star rating means it performs beautifully while conserving electricity - and helping to lower your utility bills.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 50.6 x 1.2 x 29.9 inches
Item Weight 39.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 62 pounds
ASIN B004XKR592
Item model number UN55D6050
Customer Reviews
2.4 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #384,029 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
#3,905 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Date first available at Amazon.com April 22, 2011

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By hnavedo on October 10, 2011
I purchased this tv at SAMS for 1400.00 and its totally awesome. I previously owned another SAMSUNG LCD (still in use) and a VIZIO LED. This TV beats them both in every aspect. I compared this tV at Best Buy (where it was selling for $200.00 more)and the color and clarity could not be mathched by any of the other brands that they had on display. I placed the TV in our upstairs TV room and connnected to my wireless N (cisco) with no problem. NETFLIX looks awesome when compared with my other two TV sets. Like any of the new TV sets that come with a good group of APPS, navigating with the controller does get irritating but thats an issue with all of the TVs that are on the market. Invest in a remote with a keyboard and that will resolve your issues.
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.
AWESOME TV.
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I bought it at Costco, mine was a returned item so there was an additional 25% reduction in price. I got it for just $1025, regular price was $1425. Three things it doesn't have, 3-D, Skype or internet browsing, more on that in a momment. Those would cost another $1000 to have in their newest and best models. I soon noticed that when the whole screen is black, there seems to be some kind of faint light spill-over from behind the screen. This may cause me to return it, but I have time to decide about that, but once the screen has a picture, it's not noticed. The remote has the familiar four direction arrows and centered Enter key, the problem is they are not each defined by touch alone, so you are almost always forced to looked at the remote to be sure you are using the right key. I noticed the newer remotes have fixed this problem. Ok, so the picture it makes is really great!, but how about the Smart TV? When you go into the Smart TV screen, which is beautifully arranged, you can still see your current channel in the upper left, while then being allowed to select apps. Another slight annoyance is that after I navigate to the fourth app icon, the system "thinks" for five seconds before it will allow me to continue to navigate to other apps. The All Share in the Smart TV area allows you to retrieve data from your computer on the network such as your, music, photos and videos. Some file types will not play, however. When you play a video, an overlay with various options appears for several seconds. I wish there was a way to turn that off. When watching photos, the slide show feature has left out probably the most useful mode: the dissolve effect. Instead you get "spiral, checkers, linear, stairs, etc., this was quite disappointing to me!Read more ›
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No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

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.
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By TanMan on October 2, 2011
This is an amazing TV. The picture is fantastic, as is the sound. Another reviewer here said the sound was lacking, but I have no idea what he was talking about. I have the TV mounted above the fireplace mantle, and the rear-facing speakers can bounce off the flat wall, so perhaps that's why mine sounds better.

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.
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