Samsung LN52A750 LCD TV Review
- Product Name: LN52A750 LCD Television
- Manufacturer: Samsung
- Performance Rating:
- Value Rating:
- Review Date: June 26, 2008 14:55
- MSRP: $ 3499
Screen Size: 52"
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 50,000:1
Viewing Angle: 178 degrees / 178 degrees
Response Time: 4 ms
Video Processing: DNIe Pro
SRS Trusurround XT
Sound Output (RMS): 10W x 2
HDMI: 4 (1 side)
composite (AV): 2 (1 side)
S-Video: 1 (side)
PC input (D-sub): 1
Set size (WxHxD) with stand: 52" x 33.9" x 13.3"
Set size (WxHxD) without stand: 52" x 31.7" x 4.2"
Package size(WXHXD): 56.7" x 39" x 17.3"
Set weight with stand: 80.7 lbs
Set weight without stand: 66.4 lbs
Package weight: 98.3 lbs
Operation power consumption: 290W
Stand-By power consumption: < 1W
- Fantastic out of the box performance
- Top of the line deinterlacing and scaling
- Lots of calibration options (not that you'll need them)
- Great styling
- Tons of extras for you to experiment with
- Stylized edge sometimes reflects image
- Slow response to remote commands
Even after looking over the original ln52a750 article Tom Andry wrote, it still seems like there are more settings for the picture and detailed settings. Can anybody do a list of what those are? Or does anyone have the exact calibration levels?
That would be up to your room and your display
What exactly is the "purple haze" issue? This is the first I have heard about that one.
Who the heck comes up with these names? LMAO
Purple Haze... it's something I kinda came up with on the fly.
It remined me of the TN panels; when the whole screen was black, you move your viewing position off center axis and the screen looked purple instead of black.
I think that either panel would have been a great choice; but the 750 is so close in price to the 650, I don't know why many would choose the 650.
That's just me though.
We actually read the whole thread prior to making the decision.
Thanks. He went with the 750 and ordered it from Amazon last night.
good info here