Samsung PN59D8000

  • Samsung PN59D8000
88
Based on 8 scores, 16 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    3
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Smart TV Capability.
  • Smooth Video Playback.
  • Deep Black Levels.

Cons:

  • Expensive.
  • Base is too Unstable.

Expert reviews and ratings

By evogadget.com on

The Samsung PN51D8000 has many attributes to recommend it as one of the best plasma TVs this...

By Audioholics on

For the past few years we've started asking ourselves "What's important in a TV?" Is it the black levels? How thin it is? Color accuracy? Media streaming? Apps? I mean, what is it that people look for in a new flat panel? And more importantly,...

By G4tv.com on 100

Video Review: The Samsung PN59D8000 Plasma television comes backed with features in a super thin design that measures only 1.5" deep. Throw in Samsung’s Smart hub, and this TV also has access to Hulu and Netflix for endless entertainment. Kevin...

By TweakNews on

Samsung's PN59D8000 Plasma Smart TV is targeted towards the consumer who who wants to use their livingroom display for than watching TV and movies. With this one purchase, you essentially get a TV and a functional Home Theater PC in one attractive...

By Digital Trends on 90

Given Samsung’s strong brand and the PN59D8000’s excellent performance and slim design, we think it is entirely possible that the Samsung PN59D8000 could redefine the public’s perception of plasma TV...

By Home Theater Review on 90

Over the past few years, Samsung has really stepped up its game in the plasma division. While I did not review this particular TV, I recently spent some time with the step-down PN51D6500...

By Home Theater on 82

Apart from a somewhat dim 3D image (an issue shared by other plasma models we've tested), this Samsung is a superb HDTV. It has one of the best feature sets on the market, particularly the flexibility of its color calibration. Its Internet features...

By PC Mag on

PCMag Editors did not test the Samsung PN59D8000. We did, however, test and review the Samsung PN51D8000 (4 stars, Editor's Choice) from the same series. A 59-inch plasma HDTV with a 1,920 by 1,080 resolution, the Samsung PN59D8000 ($2,999 list)...

By HDTV Solutions on 80

The PQ on the PN51D8000, Samsung's top-of-the-line plasma, is reference quality. Add in the burgeoning Smart TV package of content providers and apps and this D8000 series earns our Highly Recommended...

By TelevisionInfo on

With a brushed metal design and an innovative, double-sided QWERTY keyboard, Samsung spared no detail in designing this 60-inch 1080p, plasma TV for 2011. For some reason, Samsung calls it a 59-inch screen “+1,” apparently to emphasize that...

By AVguide on 80

Compared to most TV manufacturers that have walked away from the plasma TV segment in favor of LED/LCD technology, Samsung certainly hasn’t given up on the category, and recently laid claim to top spot in larger size plasma TV sales (they only...

By FlatpanelsHD on

Samsung D8000 comes packed with multimedia functions such as USB recording (in Europe) and playback, DLNA, smartphone remote controlling and Samsung’s new Smart TV platform with internet Apps. The Smart TV platform is currently the best we have...

By ConsumerSearch on

It's not inexpensive, and some plasma TVs deliver blacks that are just a touch darker, but the 64-inch Samsung PN64D8000 delivers a huge screen, impressive overall picture quality and just about every feature that a TV enthusiast might want or need....

By TechReviewSource on 90

The Samsung PN59D8000 is a 59-inch 3D plasma HDTV that has fantastic picture quality and very deep black levels. The 3D image performance is also very good and the included remote is double-sided with a QWERTY keyboard, which is really unique.The...

By cnet on 90

With picture quality that's nearly the equal of the tough competition, as well as best-in-class design and features, the Samsung PND8000 makes a strong case for being the best overall plasma TV of...

By Canada HiFi on

It’s no secret that Canadians spend a lot of time on the Internet. We love to Google anything and everything, and many of us can’t seem to get enough of social networking. Not so long ago, we were limited to accessing the web on computers...