A TV Review: Samsung LED 7000 3D

For anyone of you who is waiting, here’s a share on the first glimpse of Samsung’s range of 3D-enabled TVs back in January at CES 2010, and now they have made way from the halls of the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center and unto the shelves of your very own local electronics store. So here’s an opportunity on checking out the brand-new Samsung LED 7000 3D, one of the company’s most affordable 3D-capable displays; and for you to know if it is an ideal solution for consumers in joining the 3d revolution. So find it out now, and here the article to get you started. After all, it pays to get a thorough idea on the things you plan on purchasing.


To start with, you’ll first need a thorough idea; basically the Samsung LED 7000 3D is one sleek and sexy looking 3D TV. It is a slim panel design that measures only 1-inch thick and weighs less than 50 lbs. Screen sizes are available in 40-inch, 46-inch, and 55-inch variations, which sport MSRPs of $1,999.99, $2,599.99, and $3,299.99, respectively.

 

So when it comes to features, all of the screen sizes have the same primary features, and these would include the following:

 

  • Has 240Hz Screen Refresh Rate
  • A DLNA Support
  • Comes with Full 1080p HD Resolution
  • 6,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Has 4 HDMI Inputs
  • Internet-enabled Apps, including Netflix, Facebook, Hulu Plus, and Flickr.
  • 1 Component Video Input

 

Every display is an LED-edgelit LCD which bacially gives a much brighter, a more vibrant picture than what a standard LCD could give. Colors on the UNC7000 are rich and the high contrast ratio provides a diverse range of shades for great gaming, HD television, and Blu-ray experiences.  The LED 7000 series, like most Samsung displays, have a more saturated visual presentation than other makes and models. While this bring forth jaw dropping results when it comes to visuals, the picture is not always entirely true to life, this means that the fleshtones and other elements can somewhat seem augmented in a manner.

 

Otherwise, the picture comes top notch. The LED 7000 features a high refresh rate of 240Hz, which is intended to produce smooth visuals during films, television, and games with high motion. If you like the smoothness and the optimum entertainment experience then this is surely something you need to consider; considering how the LED 7000 can bring forth much liveliness to the entertainment experience.

In fact, high refresh rates like these make videos seem sped up and somewhat unnatural. Luckily, users can define their preferred refresh rate, and ultimately, the only time they will need to access the higher refresh rates will be for 3D content.

 

But as for the display’s 3d capabilities, the LED 7000 is seen as 3D ready, which means all you need to buy is a pair of compatible 3d glasses and you are then ready to get that 3d entertainment. Compatible Samsung 3D glasses cost $149.99 and $199.99 – the latter of which are rechargeable, whereas the former are battery operated.

The glasses are without doubt expensive and buying enough pairs in accommodating your friends or a small family can surely drive cost up even further. Unlike Sony’s approach to optional 3D-accessbility, which requires the purchase of a 3D transmitter as well as 3D glasses, the Samsung LED 7000 3D series comes with an integrated active shutter transmitter that takes out the wire clutter and also an added cost to it.

 

So what are you waiting for?! Try to see such product for yourself and see how it gives a new innovation to your entertainment experience.