Samsung PN51D7000

  • Samsung PN51D7000
87
Based on 20 scores, 26 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    13
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Built In WIFI.
  • Smart Hub Functionality.
  • Built in Internet Browser.

Cons:

  • Playback Performance during fast content viewing.
  • Patchy backlights.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PCWorld New Zealand on 70

Samsung’s 46-inch Series 7 ‘Smart TV’ is a brilliant television. It’s exceedingly thin, and lightweight enough to be wall-mounted without major structural work. The LED backlight provides sufficient brightness for daytime...

By Overclockers Online on

Another TV review has come to and end and this one just before the American Thanksgiving. So with a few hours before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is it time to pick up a new TV? The Samsung UN55D7000 delivers stunning performance in all categories...

By Hardware Canucks on

The expectations for this generation of Samsung HDTVs reached a fever pitch at the last CES show since the new D-series looked like the one that every other manufacturer would have to beat. For the most part the UN55D7000 hit many high points and...

By Whathifi.com on 80

As a decorative and technological tour de force, and a way of getting absolutely as large a screen as possible into a tight-ish space, the D7000 series is unbeatable.This is the smaller D7000 variant – we’ve previously mightily enjoyed the...

By Macworld Australia on 90

I was lucky enough to have a tour of Samsung’s R&D facilities in Seoul, South Korea, a couple of years ago and was blown away by the infinite pains the company goes to in order to get its products right. That attitude shows through in this TV....

By TweakNews on

Samsung's UN55D7000 Smart LED 3D TV is a display that pushes the boundaries of what a consumer can expect when purchasing a HDTV in today's market. Not only can they view their favorite Blu ray movies and HD satellite/cable content, they can now...

By PC Mag on

PCMag Editors did not test the Samsung PN51D7000. We did, however, test and review the Samsung PN51D8000 (4 stars). A 51-inch plasma HDTV with 3D video support, the Samsung PN51D7000 ($1,597.99 list) offers an even further reduced bezel presence,...

By HardwareZone.com on 85

The odd thing about televisions is they all seem alike at the onset. But once you start to investigate their picture quality and features, that's also when their true mettle (or flaws) begin to manifest. This is mostly true with the 46-inch Samsung...

By ITP.net on 80

While the UA55D7000LR isn’t perfect, its flaws are far from being deal breakers. It’s a great screen that can generate super-sized visuals....

By Plasma TV Buying Guide on 93

3D viewing is much improved from last year. The PN51D7000 is full HD active shutter 3D and comes with Samsung's 3D starter kit which includes 2 pairs of active shutter 3D glasses model SSD-3100GB and a Shrek 3D movie. The TV recognizes when the 3D...

By cnet on 87

With picture quality on par with the best TVs we've ever tested, the Samsung PND7000 plasma represents an excellent value for videophiles who don't demand to own the top of the...

By TelevisionInfo on

The high-end Samsung PN59D7000 1080p plasma TV ($2,599 MSRP) impressed us with its picture quality, which has improved brightness and contrast ratio over other plasmas. It is extremely color-accurate, and does an excellent job with motion. We’re...

By Tbreak.com on 80

Everything around us is getting smarter so why should TV sets be left behind. Right now, I use a computer connected to my TV that streams movies off the network and podcasts/YouTube videos through the Internet. But with the advancements...

By TechRadar on 100

Like its UE55D8000 sibling reviewed previously, the UE40D7000 is a mighty stylish TV, with a bezel that's so slender (barely a centimetre) that it's barely there at all. Moreover, the slimness is emphasised by the fact that most of the frame is...

By HDTV Reviews on

Recently, we gave Samsung’s top-end LED LCD TV for 2011, the UE55D8000, a thorough HDTVtest analysis. In for review today though is the UE46D7000, which, according to the Korean manufacturer’s own web site, is identical in technical...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

Of Samsung’s 2011 line up of TVs – and there are 44 different models – most focus on two advances over last year: better 3D with more 3D models, and TVs which are ‘SMARTer’. As we shall see, the Samsung UA55D7000 TV also...

By CNET Australia on 87

The Samsung D7000 is an excellent smart TV that features some of the best images we've seen, great design and a whole gang of useful features. We love...

By Trusted Reviews on 90

Despite now facing exceptional competition from Panasonic’s new plasma TVs, Samsung’s 2011 3D models continue to hold their own. And this 40in model shows why, with its incredible bezel-free design, class-leading edge-LED picture quality,...

By Whathifi.com on 100

was quick out of the blocks with its 2011 range. In April we ran the rule over the , the first 2011 model to reach us. Hard on its heels comes this, the UE46D7000. Don’t let the model number fool you – it comes from lower down the Samsung...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The D7000 turned out to be a very nice surprise: it's the first time that one of Samsung's LED TVs has produced such a great picture. The results are excellent in both 2D and...