Samsung UN55C6300 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

  • 15Wx2 audio output
  • Wide Color Enhancer Plus
  • AllShare
  • ConnectShare Movie
  • 4 HDMI (ver 1.3), HDMI-CEC
Product Description
Samsung LED HDTVs combine breakthrough picture quality and advanced connectivity options that will keep you entertained 24/7. This UN55C6300 LED HDTV also makes it easy to be green, and will save you some green, by being ENERGY STAR compliant…. More >>

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3 Responses to “Samsung UN55C6300 55-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV”

  1. Island girl says:

    We have had this tv for 2 months and it just doesn’t seem like it could possibly be any better. The colors are so true and there is so much depth that it actually seems 3D at times. When you play a Blu Ray the colors pop even more and you really feel like you are part of the picture or scene. I have done a double take at times because it appears so life like! We love this tv and are so happy when we get a chance to relax and watch it (not often enough!). Wall hook up was a breeze and it has enough HDMI inputs to make it even easier. I wouldn’t recommend the Samsung Blu Ray player though if you are running everything thru a receiver. Samsung’s “Any net” gets confused about what you are trying to do. Or at least the Universal remote doesn’t recognize that the tv is in control of the Blu Ray player. (Or maybe it’s me who gets confused on what it is trying to do!) Anyway, I can’t imagine any other tv delivering a better picture than this one. You will enjoy it immensely!

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Peter says:

    In considering what TV to buy my parents, I had the apparent choice between buying an led LCD or a plasma. I opted to get the led, but you wouldn’t really be wrong to go the other route. My parents just wanted any TV that was bigger than 50 inches while I, being somewhat of a techy, needed to find the best TV over 50 inches. Well, here you have what I would call the third best TV over 50 inches (the 8500 and 8000 models being better) at the time of this review. This is the first of Samsung’s new line of lcds to come out this year, and it narrowly beats out last years 6 and 7 series TVs by offering a better contrast ratio (4,000,000-1 vs. 3,000,000-1) for virtually the same price point. Otherwise, it’s pretty much identical after reviewing the specs. Newer is better though in this case also because of the firmware upgrades and other fine improvements in engineering and technology.

    The TV was delivered about 5 days after I purchased it through Amazon, and it took about 15 minutes to set up. Out of the box the thing looks incredible. It’s as thin as a blackberry! Some assembly was required with a phillips head and about 10 screws to attach the tv to the stand, but it was only 4 steps total and added to the suspense. After plugging in literally two cords (the hd component cables and the power cord) you are up and running. When the picture came on it was CRYSTAL clear. It puts every other TV I’ve seen to shame. You can go to Best Buy and do a side by side comparison and you won’t find anything better. Forget about the plasma, this is the way to go. I could describe in more detail how great the picture is, but suffice to say it’s flawless from movies to news to sports. Even if this is not your first HDTV, you will notice a big difference. I bought a 32″ 240 mhz set in Decemeber and this tv is in another league. The LED side panel illumination works well, and there is very little adjustment of the settings necessary to achieve true to life picture quality.

    “True to life” will be understood in a new way when you buy this TV. The longer it has been since your last TV purchase, the more breathtaking this advancement in technology will be. Regardless, this will be a TV that will have a useful life for years (longer than a plasma) and will always look amazing. That being said, I would get the warranty (2 years) for an extra 170 or so.

    Note: I chose lcd over plasma because lcds are noiseless and don’t have the risk of picture burn-in. The 58′ plasma I was looking at is the same price. This TV is better than plasmas priced less at the time of the review. If price is the main concern, I might do an in store side by side comparison with cheaper plasmas to see if the difference to you is worth the money.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. If you have the luxury of being able to sit in what I call the “sweet spot”, which is dead center of the display, you’ll find the 6300 more than acceptable. The problem begins when you start trying to view it anywhere from about 15-20 degrees or more off-center. The picture/colors begin to wash out to the point of being practically unwatchable. Samsung has again chosen to play the “panel lottery” & farm out their panels & it appears the 6300’s all have the dreaded “CN01″ panel on-board, which is by far the worst of the (3) panels they use. It’s true enough that one of the main complaints with LCD/LED’s is off-angle viewing, the C panels that Samsung uses are absolutely horrible! I could never recommend this unit for that reason alone!!
    Rating: 2 / 5

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