“I purchased this TV 3 weeks ago for $900 before taxes (Best Buy had a 1-day $200 off flash sale). As I think about what more I could reasonably want in a TV, I draw a blank. I expect I will be relatively future-proof for the next 5 years. Compared to my old Sony KDS-60A2020, the picture isn't a night and day change but it is certainly a striking improvement in detail and dynamic range. One...” --summerkl
“I am by no means a videophile but I did do alot of research before finally deciding on the samsung e7000 I almost let myself get talked into a led set but just didn't see any pictures I could live with. The 3d glasses are cheaper and much lighter than any I tried and that includes the passive ones that come with the new LG sets. Active 3d has better detail and you don't have to sit right in...” --Cybersoup
“I picked this TV up from Best Buy, and I love it. Great for games, TV, and movies. Out of the box, the blues were boosted too high, and so was the contrast, but that's pretty much any TV. The sound out of the TV itself isn't half bad, but obviously it's recommended to hook it up to a receiver. The colours (once I fooled around for a while), are pretty nice, and you can actually find suggested...” --D1337
“After much argument and some begging and pleading, I received this has a "paid upgrade" from my old Samsung DLP that I absolutely LOVED! In my eyes, this thing had some big shoes to fill. Specs alone, the PN60E6500 had the goods. 600hz, 3D, SmartTV, WiFi, Black Pro Panel, Wide Color Enhancer, Eco Sensor, Cinema Smooth, AllShare, ConnectShare, etc. To be honest, I didn't know what half of the...” --Dizzy49
“I have three plasma TVs: a Panasonic TH-42X60U, a Panasonic TC-P50G10, and a Samsung PN51D7000. The 42 and 51 have been professionally calibrated. For the 50, I use the THX setting, sort of. I use a single Logitech Hamony One remote control to control all three systems. The Panasonic 42 is used in the bedroom hanging on a wall above the French doors that lead into the master bath. The superior...” --BigEars
The Samsung PN64D8000 64" Class Widescreen 3D Plasma HDTV also keeps you captivated with Samsung Smart TV – a web-enabled gateway to the best of the internet, plus Samsung Apps, and the ability to search either online or on your TV for content. Take viewing even further with the power of 3D: all your favorite 3D movie titles and TV programming in an immersive experience you have to...
16:9 - 1920 x 1080 - 1080p - Surround - 600 Hz
Samsung PN51E550 51" Plasma 3D HDTV - 1080p, 600Hz Subfield Motion, HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi, Smart TV & Samsung BDE5900 3D Blu-Ray - 1080p, Built-in WiFi, Full Web Browser, Smart Hub Bundle
For a great TV experience at an affordable price the 450 series is the perfect solution With improved black levels for 2012 viewers havethe added benefit of great picture quality at a reasonable price The 600Hz subfield motion performance provides an...
3D Technology Checklist This product is 3D-related. To help you get a great 3D experience, use the checklist below to ensure you have everything you need. 3D viewing requires: A DisplayFirst, you'll need a 3D-ready display--whether it's a 3D HDTV, 3D projector, or 3D computer monitor. These displays have more processing power than standard 2D models for displaying 3D images in...