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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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Quote from amytude View Post :
2 HDMI input...we need 3. Is there such a thing as HDMI splitter?
yes....look on ebay..monoprice.com...etc
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Quote from Cuteman View Post :
Who cares, buy a BD-E5700 to get the SmartTV widgets for less than $100 (I think it's going for 89 this week) and call it a day and you get the added benefits of a quick loading blu-ray player.

You don't get SmartTV until the ES6100 series (@ $1099 until the 26th) or the EH5300 series which is not 120hz.

The UN55EH6001 series seems to be a Best Buy exclusive, beating the 55EH6000 for 77-79.

There is very little benefit to having SmartTV built into the TV itself as opposed to into the Blu-Ray player.
I'd also suggest hardwiring an ethernet cable as WiFi built in is usually inconsistent at best.
What kind of inconsistency does the wifi have?
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#63
Seems like an extremely thick set for a modern LED lit TV.
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#64
Seems like Tigerdirect has the same TV for same price..

My Bad TD has 6000 and not 6001
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Quote from turnne View Post :
Frys ran a deal on the 46D7000 with 2 pairs of glasses and a free bluray player for $1099 last year

while BB had the same deal for like $1699..

what did you pay?
1300 w/ Free Shipping and Free Freight, labor day week last year.
BUT I got a free LN32D450 and a hefty discount on the BD-D6500 (I didnt want the cheaper unit they were bundling at the time) and the 3D starter kit with Shrek 1,2,3,4 & Megamind.

From US Appliance

I have a relationship with Paul's TV another well known low-baller and not only could they not match the deal at the time, they reported US Appliance to Samsung for probably double dipping. LMAO

I certainly timed it right, but the electronics industry being what it is, you'll always look back a few months or a couple of years later and the cost is an order of magnitude cheaper. Ahh well, I regret nothing! The TV is badass with awesome PQ and my friends are stunned how thin it is.
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Quote from Cuteman View Post :
Who cares, buy a BD-E5700 to get the SmartTV widgets for less than $100 (I think it's going for 89 this week) and call it a day and you get the added benefits of a quick loading blu-ray player.

You don't get SmartTV until the ES6100 series (@ $1099 until the 26th) or the EH5300 series which is not 120hz.

The UN55EH6001 series seems to be a Best Buy exclusive, beating the 55EH6000 for 77-79.

There is very little benefit to having SmartTV built into the TV itself as opposed to into the Blu-Ray player.
I'd also suggest hardwiring an ethernet cable as WiFi built in is usually inconsistent at best.
agreed..except if the TV is internet connectable you can do firmware updates easily

This has come in handy many times in the past as the manufacturer can make running changes to cure certain "gremlins" that the Tv might have
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Quote from serialportme View Post :
Can someone tell me what is wrong with LG 55LM4700 55" 3D for $998 (including soundbar) ?

It looks good on paper - but it gets no heat around here...Any ideas?
There is really nothing wrong with LG. But they are generally known as a budget brand out of all the name brand companies and their low prices reflect that.
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Quote from dragontales View Post :
What kind of inconsistency does the wifi have?
Buffering takes longer, slower to download updates, etc.
It varies model to model and manufacturer to manufacturer, but after a few brands and models, all right next to my Wi-Fi router I've been hardwired for a year now and have not looked back.

Ask any professional custom installer too, they almost always hardwire, especially the higher end installs.

Wi-Fi works well enough for the most part, but try a hardwire for a bit to see the difference.
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Quote from srgonu View Post :
This is not a smart TV.. looks like no smart tv apps after shelling out $800+
Quote from prt081009 View Post :
Thanks, did not get a chance to look at all the Black friday TV deals.Still trying to figure out the TV's with similar specs i want.
Quote from maddynator View Post :
this is not a smart TV... the samsung smart TV has a smart button on the remote... this remote does not have that here a picture for reference http://cdn.slashgear.com/wp-conte...80x379.jpg
I got the panasonic 55 inch et5 for 899 it is a smart tv but i have a ps3, 360, fios dvr box, and htpc.....i prolly wont even use the smart tv function, most people can just get a cheap bluray player to do this. They were almost giving away google tv boxes not to long ago. just a point to not. not dissing anyone. i mean a tv (samsung) that nice you will need a bluray player to take advantage of it.
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Ewww it only has 2 HDMI ports, and looks like only 1 set of RCA and component hookups. For anybody who is only hooking up 1 or 2 items to their TV it is no big deal, or to those who use a Receiver to run all of their components into the TV. BUT to anybody with lots of individual items to hook up like a DVD player, Bluray Player, a lot of old game systems like the old NES, SNES, N64, PS1, PS2, you will have to take turns hooking them up when you want to play each one....
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Quote from npatel27 View Post :
I thought you can't cancel the 60" sharp from Bestbuy...atleast that's what it says in the 'order form'.
Where did it say that? Did anyone see it cause I did not.

Is this a better buy than the sharp 60 inch? I would much prefer a samsung even if it means slightly smaller screen....which to get??! Can anyone help? I know nothing about tv's, I just watch them Wink
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Thick TV. The Price has been this or better for several months already.
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Quote from Cuteman View Post :
1300 w/ Free Shipping and Free Freight, labor day week last year.
BUT I got a free LN32D450 and a hefty discount on the BD-D6500 (I didnt want the cheaper unit they were bundling at the time) and the 3D starter kit with Shrek 1,2,3,4 & Megamind.

From US Appliance

I have a relationship with Paul's TV another well known low-baller and not only could they not match the deal at the time, they reported US Appliance to Samsung for probably double dipping. LMAO

I certainly timed it right, but the electronics industry being what it is, you'll always look back a few months or a couple of years later and the cost is an order of magnitude cheaper. Ahh well, I regret nothing! The TV is badass with awesome PQ and my friends are stunned how thin it is.
well...that is the best deal I have heard
So you paid far less than the other post with the 60D7000
Fry's was giving away the 5900 blu ray player...not the better unit like you received and there was no 32" TV involved
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Quote from srgonu View Post :
This is not a smart TV.. looks like no smart tv apps after shelling out $800+
honestly? who cares... if you're tech savvy at all you wouldn't be using the TV apps...they're useless almost.
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Quote from Cuteman View Post :
Buffering takes longer, slower to download updates, etc.
It varies model to model and manufacturer to manufacturer, but after a few brands and models, all right next to my Wi-Fi router I've been hardwired for a year now and have not looked back.

Ask any professional custom installer too, they almost always hardwire, especially the higher end installs.

Wi-Fi works well enough for the most part, but try a hardwire for a bit to see the difference.
OK thanks. My wifi router is only about 10 feet away from my TV so I'll try both and see how it goes.
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