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Great Internet features, well presented, Low price, Very good audio and video.
Lots of Web connectivity.
The thin and stylish design, myriad of apps and low power usage are very welcome features.
Some strange artifacts seen with Blu-ray content, Traditional LCD uses more energy than LED-backlit
No builtin WiFi, Audio sometimes had too much bass
In welllit areas the picture gets fuzzy and starts to fade.
By Canadian Reviewer on March 07, 2011
Samsung's 650 Series 55"-inch HDTV is not the latest and greatest large-screen set around, it lacks Wi-Fi connectivity out of the box ( you can buy a dongle for this purpose) but it is a great all-around HDTV that combines large size with a bright...80
By Macworld on January 19, 2011
In theory, the Samsung C650 series (an LCD TV with a 120Hz refresh rate) should not outperform sets equipped with LED backlights and faster refresh rates. But in our juried image-quality tests, the C650 series did just that, earning the highest...80
By PCWorld on December 22, 2010
The Samsung C650 series is a dream come true for budget minded buyers who seek solid image quality in a connected HDTV with advanced features....80
By SilentPC Review on November 18, 2010
Samsung has achieved a quiet triumph with the LN55C650 LCD TV. Without resorting to expensive, exotic technologies, it has produced a big screen TV that exceeds the performance of last year's much higher priced UN55B7100 LED TV in almost every...-
By TechReviewSource on October 25, 2010
The Samsung LN46C650 is a 46-inch LCD TV that has many multimedia Web features, including Netflix and Blockbuster streaming, as well as excellent image quality. It has competitive price tag as well as a sleek design and a decent number of...80
By Expert Reviews on October 14, 2010
Samsung’s LE40C650 is a good looking and well featured TV with impressive picture quality. At £620, you get a lot for your money and it’s a worthy Budget Buy award winner....100
By Whathifi.com on September 21, 2010
has a tendency to heavily push its most high-end and advanced TVs, but leave its more affordable models to one side.There's plenty of sense in that approach, of course, but over the past few years we've often been blown away by its budget and...100
By Trusted Reviews on September 16, 2010
A few weeks back we looked at Samsung’s 32in and found ourselves feeling slightly disappointed. The set just didn’t seem to have advanced from last year’s equivalent Samsung models, and maybe even seemed to have slipped back a touch....90
By TelevisionInfo on August 25, 2010
For what it is, the LN46C650 is a great TV. It has great picture quality overalland its internet connectivity provides access to all the big names in online content. If you're not interested in 3D or the best design, but want a decent picture and...-
By Hardware Canucks on August 09, 2010
In many respects, we always expect the best from Samsung and they usually deliver. The situation with the LN55C650 on the other hand is a bit less cut and dried since it presented us with a number of contrasting points which ran the gamut from...-