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Samsung 55" LED TV 1080p UN55EH6001FXZA $799&FS @ Best Buy

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Last Edited by widgit November 20, 2012 at 04:05 PM
Best Buy online [bestbuy.com] has the Samsung 55" (UN55EH6001FXZA) LED, 1080p, 120Hz, Smart HDTV for $799 with free shipping.

Amazon [amazon.com] has their Samsung 55EH6000 model for $877.99 right now as comparison.

Detailed Specifications
Warranty Terms - Parts 1 year
Warranty Terms - Labor 1 year
TV Type LED Flat-Panel
Screen Size Class 55"
Screen Size (Measured Diagonally) 54-5/8"
Vertical Resolution 1080p
Screen Refresh Rate 120Hz
Product Depth (without stand) 3-3/4"
HDMI Inputs 2
USB Port Yes
USB Input Yes
Component Video Inputs 1
Media Card Slot No
Watts/Channel 10
Speakers 2
Speaker Output Power 20W
V-Chip Yes
ENERGY STAR Certified Yes
Mount Bracket/VESA Pattern 400mm x 400mm
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Simulated Surround Yes
Ethernet Port No
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 107
Estimated Yearly Operating Cost $12
UPC 887276008110

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Last Edited by azn3386 November 20, 2012 at 06:21 PM
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#196
How does this tv model compare to the UN55C6300 ?
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Quote from Daekwan View Post :
How is wireless not ideal, when it provides more than enough bandwidth and low enough latency that I have no need for a bunch of cables or gigabit speeds? Not ideal is buying a bunch of extra equipment, to run a bunch of wires all to solve a problem I do not have. Last I checked Im not sending TB video files to my tv, at most Im streaming a 4GB Bluray ripped movie which 802.11N can handle with ease.

Its pretty easy to run bandwidth, latency and ping rate tests on my local network between devices and speedtests on different internet servers. The results of those test will show you exactly what your network is capable of, wireless or not. But please continue ripping off people by telling them how they really need a wired connection to stream pictures, movies and music to their TV.. lol.

And gaming I have the exact same ping rate using wireless as I do wired. 4ms on Speedtest.net to online server 50 miles away. If you would take the time to do the same sort of speedtest using wireless and wired, you would realize this.. And we wouldnt be having this conversation, because you would know better.

Did you some how not read the part where I've tried the $50 Linksys, Cisco, etc. And the stability, speeds, range were horrible. Which is why I eventually switched to the Apple router and I dont have those problems. I dont even know why I bother replying, because 1) clearly my posts are not being comprehended and 2) anyone who doesnt take the time to research what solutions meet their needs.. deserves to get scammed into purchasing more expensive, older technology.
Because not everybody has a small house with no interference. The problem with WiFi and all wireless signals is degredation and interference.

Again, it's not about speed, it's about consistency and you are thinking wayyy too much about yourself and not about other people's potential situations. Wired doesn't require a lot of extra hardware, most of the time it is done as a pre-wire before the house is even finished.

You might not have a problem with wireless, but many people do. WiFi CAN handle most situations but again, not ideal.

Ripping people off? Lol this coming from the guy who bought an Apple router. You obviously don't have a large house, if you did you'd know wired is the standard with wireless as only supplemental for mobile devices, ALL of the heavy lifting is done via wired connections.

Regarding gaming, I am sure the ping is near optimal under ideal conditions, but guess what? Conditions arent always ideal, they change. There's a reason LAN parties and professional gamers don't use Wi-Fi for their connections.

You know, if you want, you can use a coat hanger as an antenna, it won't be ideal, but it'll work.

But go ahead and keep arguing with a professional who works with dealers and custom installers in this industry, I am sure your DIY experience and knowledge will surely trump anything I can say. LMAO
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Quote from BuckTurgidson View Post :
That one you linked is UN55D6050, the one I'm talking about is UN55EH6050.
found it. its the exact same tv, but different model since bby had theirs made for them. to stop PM'in. lol
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How do you do that?
lets say i have 55" samsung with smart TV? do i actually need a smart Tv for it?
smart Tv withSmart Interaction? what does it mean?
If a dual core web processor is already built in then do you need a computer to attach to it?
Built in Wi-Fi so 802.11 a/b/g or is it a N ROUTER TO ATTACH .i HAVE att dsl AT HOME not Uverse Internet. does it matter?




Quote from chong67 View Post :
Why do people want to be idots about smart tv?

Extend your computer to this tv.

Then use your wireless keyboard and mouse to surf/browse/type on it.

Everything is done!
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Quote from TheTomSawyer View Post :
THANK YOU CAPTAIN OBVIOUS!! The point was that wireless isn't good for streaming. I said its just fine. How did you get wireless is better than wired out of that? Sigh.
The Wi-Fi receivers on TVs vary quite a bit, but generally the ones built in, even to higher end Samsung models don't hold a candle to a wired connection.

Personally on my own UN46D7000 in my room, it's right next to the router and buffering Netflix and loading Smarthub takes at least twice as long on the wireless connection and its 10 feet from the router.

Professionally I have seen similar results on LG's mid to high end and even a UN75ES9000 I helped a buddy install last week.

It works "fine", until you see the difference a wired connection can make. A $350 notebook works "fine" until you use a $1500 desktop. It's all relative. Personally I prefer the ideal set-ups so if there ever are any issues a malfunctioning wireless connection in this situation isn't one of them.
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#201
AMZ just price matched it for $799 Give them a bitly like I did ( bit.ly/goodtvdeal10 ) or have them search by UPC code b/c the model number doesnt match up quite right. I might cancel it if I find one locally because it wont ship until Thursday though https://www.evernote.com/shard/s1...ddedf7f447

Quote from nuprotocol View Post :
found it. its the exact same tv, but different model since bby had theirs made for them. to stop PM'in. lol
See my latest post to correct this
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Last edited by Tyzing November 21, 2012 at 12:19 PM
#202
Only 2 HDMI Inputs? Cable+Xbox+PS3 - will have to sacrifice one.
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Quote from Tyzing View Post :
I actually did that Smilie

I have my home pc as my main media server with XBMC and a HDMI switch that is run to all of my TV's. It actually only took a 25 ft cable and I ran it parallel with my cable that was already run through the storage space along the ductwork.
25 feet of cable would not even come close to being enough cable to connect every television in my house

Judging by how much Direct Tv used

so..again.....how can a wired network be cheaper to install than a wireless one...that was my question?
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How does this tv model compare to the UN55C6300 ?
2 years newer
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Quote from Buckeyefan 1 View Post :
Agree with other posters - 2 HDMI inputs, almost 4" thick, not a very attractive bezel. It's obvious this is Samsung's budget entry level set - probably one they sell to rebadge. It's still an attractive price. I've got a TCL with a Samsung panel and it's got a very good picture, but it's definitley no middle to high end Samsung like my Sammy plasma. I'd definitely check the off axis viewing angles on this in store before dropping $860 with tax. Size isn't everything, and if they used a cheap processor, you could get massive artifacts showing up - not to mention poor black levels. If your room can tolerate a little screen reflection, I'd highly recommend LG's 60" plasma over this. They should be $699 - $799 as they were last season. Much better colors, black levels, refresh rates, and just look better with sports. For gaming - stick to LED lit LCD's (or cheap LCD sets).
I would disagree with you somewhat

Just because your TCL has a Samsung panel doesn't mean...just as you pointed out that the picture processing has any "samsung" in it

I would pass on the LG plasma for $799 and get the Panasonic for the same price

Way better TV than the LG

That I would recommend over this Samsung......if the Panasonic was taken out of the picture I would lean towards this Samsung

The TV is Samsung's midrange...and probably has the same processing as all the rest of the 60xx models do...as Samsung typically uses better processing in their 70xx and 80xx models
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Quote from turnne View Post :
25 feet of cable would not even come close to being enough cable to connect every television in my house

Judging by how much Direct Tv used

so..again.....how can a wired network be cheaper to install than a wireless one...that was my question?
If you have DirecTV with Whole Home or On Demand service then you already have a 100 Mbps full duplex network running over your Coax called "DECA". If you check your router, you'll even see all of your DirecTV set top boxes getting IP's assigned by it. DirecTV provides/installs adapters that have a Cat5 jack at each Coax outlet, which is supposed to just be connected via ethernet patch cable directly into the set top box. "I've heard" you can just attach a switch to it and connect any devices you'd like, essentially creating an entire home network in every room that has a Coax jack.
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Quote from tjasond View Post :
If you have DirecTV with Whole Home or On Demand service then you already have a 100 Mbps full duplex network running over your Coax called "DECA". If you check your router, you'll even see all of your DirecTV set top boxes getting IP's assigned by it. DirecTV provides/installs adapters that have a Cat5 jack at each Coax outlet, which is supposed to just be connected via ethernet patch cable directly into the set top box. "I've heard" you can just attach a switch to it and connect any devices you'd like, essentially creating an entire home network in every room that has a Coax jack.
I have that system...however I have far more than 25feet of cable

there has to be a way of getting that signal from the coax jack to the set top box....just in my master its 15 feet of cable run around the room under the edge of the carpet
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Quote from KHAKWADA View Post :
How do you do that?
lets say i have 55" samsung with smart TV? do i actually need a smart Tv for it?
smart Tv withSmart Interaction? what does it mean?
If a dual core web processor is already built in then do you need a computer to attach to it?
Built in Wi-Fi so 802.11 a/b/g or is it a N ROUTER TO ATTACH .i HAVE att dsl AT HOME not Uverse Internet. does it matter?
You too a graduate of high school education. Me too. Welcome to the club.
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#209
Just tried to weasel them to giving it to me in store, got it all the way to the front door then the manager said no. Will be at my house Wednesday.nice thing is you have till January 24th to return it....if something better comes along.
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Quote from Tyzing View Post :
AMZ just price matched it for $799 Give them a bitly like I did ( bit.ly/goodtvdeal10 ) or have them search by UPC code b/c the model number doesnt match up quite right. I might cancel it if I find one locally because it wont ship until Thursday though https://www.evernote.com/shard/s1...ddedf7f447


See my latest post to correct this
Help! How do I do this?
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