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Samsung LE32B450 Review

Samsung’s latest mid- and high-end flat screen HDTVs have received rave reviews from us in recent months, but it’s been a while since we tested a model from their budget range (especially pertinent in these economically uncertain times). With this in mind, we got our hands on a Samsung LE32B450 LCD TV which can be found online at a credit-crunch-busting ... Read More »

Samsung LE46B750 Review

High-end LCD televisions from Samsung have been superb in the past, and this year it’s no different. Samsung have redesigned the GUI for better user interaction, updated the design and implemented new video processors. So without further ado, let’s move on to our Samsung LE46B750 review. Note: The specific model we tested was the Samsung LE46B750U1W, which may be sold ... Read More »

Samsung UE40B7020 Settings

Here are the final settings for the Samsung UE40B7000 review sample we tested, calibrated from a high-definition source using HDMI input in accordance with video industry standards in a dimly-lit environment suitable for critical viewing. These calibrated settings should also be applicable to the Samsung UE40B7020 LED-backlit LCD TV, seeing that the only difference between the two models is cosmetic. ... Read More »

Samsung UE40B7020 / UE40B7000 Review

Even though Samsung has produced and sold LED-backlit flat screen HDTVs for some time now, 2009 marks the year when the world’s largest electronics manufacturer starts marketing them under a new “LED TV” moniker to distinguish them from conventional CCFL-backlit LCD TVs. Here’s the scheduled lineup of Samsung LED-backlit LCD TVs (otherwise referred to as “LED TVs” in this article ... Read More »

Samsung LE40B650T2 Review

Our apologies for the lack of reviews over the last few months. In view of the UK economic recession, we have had to seriously rethink our practice of buying brand new HDTV sets, reviewing them, and then selling them on as second-hand. The reasons are twofold. First, we are concerned that the retailer from whom we’d bought the HDTV goes ... Read More »