Samsung UN40B7000 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

  • Ultra-slim 40-inch LED HDTV with full HD 1080p resolution for the sharpest picture possible
  • LED technology enables a true-to-life range of picture brightness; uses 40 percent less energy than conventional LCD TVs
  • Internet@TV online content service from Yahoo!, Flickr, YouTube via your broadband connection
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 1 component, 2 USB, 1 Ethernet, 1 PC, 1 optical digital audio output
  • Includes detachable swivel table stand; measures 39.2 x 27.2 x 10 inches (WxHxD) without stand and 44.4 x 30.2 x 10.8 inches (WxHxD) with stand
Product Description
The 7000 Series of television build upon the success of Samsung’s first and second generation LED HDTV models. Each using LEDs as their primary light source, the televisions all feature ultra-high contrast ratios as well as slim depths that allow for more artful designs, plus increased energy savings…. More >>

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5 Responses to “Samsung UN40B7000 40-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV”

  1. BA says:

    I have been researching televisions for quite some time now and was originally going to go with a Samsung 4 months ago but when I found the 2009 line would be coming out I figured I’d wait and boy am I glad I did. When I first saw some reviews on Cnet I was a bit concerned, even though they listed the 40B7000 as their top choice they stated some cons regarding the viewing angle and some issues they noticed with the LED’s being visible sometimes. This made me decide that I would view the screens in person as opposed to just purchasing on Amazon as I intended to do and really didn’t think I needed to see in person. Never the less I’m glad I did because any fear I had was immediately irrelevant once I saw the set in person. Needless to say I saw none of the issues mentioned on Cnet and the set blew me away that I couldn’t wait any longer and purchased right then! I have had the set for about 2 weeks and I kick myself every time I turn it on, everything looks just AMAZING!! It is the most beautiful TV I have ever seen. My mother and 2 of my friends who were in the market for TV’s came over and all of them are purchasing the same set. I plan on getting the 55” when I move into my new house! There are so many features I haven’t even been able to figure out yet. You will not be disappointed with this product. Thank you Samsung!!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Austin says:

    After having a Sony 27″ CRT and then moving up to a Samsung LCD LN S3296D in my bedroom I was ready to move up to a 40″ inch TV. The Samsung S3296D picture was amazing but I wanted a bigger size and 1080p picture quality vs the 720p in the Samsung. My dad currently owns a Sony 46XBR2 and my brother a Sony 40XBR4 and every time I look at their TV’s I couldn’t believe how better their TV’s were compared to my Samsung but yes their TV’s are 1080p vs my 720p but the features and the look was better. So I decided even before I began my search that I wanted the most current Sony XBR TV. After some research I fell in love with the new Sony 40XBR9 in paper the TV is amazing 1080p, 240hz motionfow, Bravia 3 Engine video processor, 24p True Cinema and 100,000:1 dynamic ratio, much better than my current Samsung S3296D. When I walked in to my local Best buy I looked at other LCD TV’s and none could match what the Sony XBR9 had until I came across the Samsung LED 46B7100. The Sony and the Samsung was right next to each other and the picture quality of the Samsung was much better the color just popped out and it almost matched all of Sony’s features and inlcuded Edge LED, 4ms response time, 3,000,000:1 dynamic ratio and yes it is only 120hz vs the 240hz on the Sony but you couldn’t tell at all on fast pace scenes. BB didn’t carry a 40″ B7100 but I found out that Samsung made a 40B7000 that were sold by Amazon same features but the only difference was the bezel color. The price on the Samsung was less than the Sony so it didn’t make sense why I would pay more for a picture that wasn’t as good, so I decided to pick up the Samsung over the Sony even though I had my mind already set but sometimes you have to go with what looks better to you in person vs what is written on paper. Now both my dad and brother look at my TV and can’t believe how far LCD TV’s have gone in just the last 2-3 years. The Samsung LED TV is only 1.2″ thin and can connect to the internet via Samsung Linkstick and the picture quality beats any LCD TV’s out at this time, I’m sure in the next few months something newer and better will come out but for now, no LCDTV can match the features and picture quality the Samsung LED B6000,B7000, B8000 in my opinion.

    One last thing I also purchased the Samsung 2.1 HT-WS1R sound bar as the speakers on Samsung LED aren’t that good but once I connected the sound bar it didn’t make a difference actually the standard speakers on the TV was louder than the sound bar and the wireless sub interfered with my wireless Wifi network so I retuned it and purchased the Sony HTC C100 and couldn’t be happier. It meets my requirements and the sound is much clearer and louder than the Samsun. The Samsung looks better but in my opinion we should always go performance over looks and the Sony out performed the Samsung in the sound bar category.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Dave P. says:

    I’ve been researching TV’s for the past couple of months now. I own a samsung 26 inch hd tv thats 1080i that I got two years ago and wanted to get an upgrade. After reading numerous reviews I decided to go with an Led backlit TV over a plasma since I play a lot of video games and was worried about the burn in. I like the previous reviewer read the cnet review and was a little worried about the off-angle viewing and the variable backlighting with this most recent model of tvs.

    I’ve had this tv for about a week now and absolutely love it. The TV itself looks amazing. The stand is both sturdy and stunning. The picture quality is absolutely breathtaking. I have little to no problem with the glare. The viewing angle is extremely wide I have yet to encounter a problem and the lighting is very uniform. This tv produces the most true blacks I’ve seen on any TV. Images really pop out on this set. I can definitely tell the difference between this tv set and my old one.

    Another great feature is all the additional content the TV has. It has recipes with step by step pictures, teaches you how to stretch massage etc. I can’t say enough about this tv. I highly recommend this tv especially if you own a PS3 and or blu-ray player.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. This is my first HDTV and I must say the picture is stunning. The TV appearance also looks great and has many great features. But I’ve noticed that when the picture background is light, that the corners are darker – like a smudged type look. I’d say this affects one square inch in each corner. Asside from this, the TV is great – but once I have noticed this I have found it annoying. I spoke to Samsung and they were very nice and they assured me the problem will be fixed. They put me in touch with a service technician and they are replacing the entire TV panel next Friday. I still am enjoying the TV very much – it has a beautiful picture – I hope the new TV panel eliminates the small problem.

    I got the new panel installed – and the dark corner problem is gone –

    The picture now is totally remarkable !!!!
    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. First let me say that I have bought hundreds of items from Amazon and have not been disappointed yet.

    My first minor issue happened with the delivery. I had taken off the day the set was to be delivered. Later that day I called the delivery center and was told the set would not be delivered until the next day. Since I did not want to take the next day off I ask if I could pick the set up. The office was about 25 miles from me, they said yes. Well after driving to the office it turned out they did not have my set but another company did. So after a 2 hour ride in rush hour traffic, no set. It was finally delivered after work later the next day, so no biggy.

    Second not so minor issue is the set does some strange things. First it cuts itself off and back on intermittenly.

    Next I have the cable box hooked to HDMI 1 with an HDMI cable, and while watching the TV it will cut to the TV cable source and start searching through the channels really fast like someone has the remote button stuck down. Also at one point the TV was going into DEMO mode. I read in the manual how to reset to “Home” use and that seemed to work for awhile.

    I have called Samsung service and they have scheduled a service person to come out, the 3rd party company called and said the parts will take 3 – 5 days to come in. I said no one has seen my set yet and she said that the desciption I gave apparently is so common that they know what parts to bring.

    At this point I just want the TV to work as designed. I have a 55″ Samsung LCD that I have had for 18 months with no issues.

    For what it’s worth when the TV is on, and not doing the strange things, it is great.

    One other thing I forgot to mention is I have this TV in the same room as my computer and I have a 26″ Samsung monitor and every time I use the remote the monitor and the TV change. From what I can find out Samsung DOES NOT have any way to have the remotes communicate on different channels. Kind of pain. You would think they might consider this could be a problem.

    TBC.. I will update the review after the service person comes and replaces whatever parts they have.

    Followup: Repair person came bearing a new “main (the brains)” but did not fix the issue, he has now ordered a new “p-touch” he calls it.. controls the buttons on the front of the TV.. side note TV is now not watchable at all since it cuts out every few seconds. TBC2..

    10/06/09 – Repair people called and can’t get out until 10/13/09 to try to replace the “p-touch” part. So this will be over a month since I bought the set and I still can’t watch it – not happy!

    11/18/09 – Followup. TV was repaired on 10/13/09, apparently it turned out to be a loose wire connection. No additional problems with over a month of viewing. Awesome picture.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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