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Stunning slim bezel and profile.
Two pairs of active 3D glasses included.
Comprehensive picture adjustment options.
Capable of extreme brightness.
Excellent color when properly calibrated.
QWERTY Bluetooth remote.
Topnotch image quality.
Outstanding feature selection.
Very good color in 3D scenes.
Good picture quality with 2Dto3D conversion.
Edgelit LED backlight.
Brightness uniformity problems.
Highly reflective glass panel.
Picture settings canít be copied to other inputs.
Minor motion issues.
Exhibits poor screen uniformity with excessive brightness variation and banding.
Details in shadows were obscured somewhat.
Glossy screen reflects a lot of ambient light.
Light 3D crosstalk.
Some film judder in 2D.
Bulky cable adapter.
Lacks the touch remote bundled in the US.
By Hardware Canucks on December 05, 2011
About four weeks ago we looked at Samsungs UN55D7000 and while it hit quite a few high points there were some glaring problems that made us shy away from recommending it. On paper at least the D8000 is supposed to succeed where its sibling failed...
By Digital Trends on October 10, 2011
There’s nothing else quite like the UN60D8000 TV and its barely visible bezel. The TV makes a big visual statement whether it is turned on or...
By Whathifi.com on October 06, 2011
In purely aesthetic terms, the UE55D8000 takes some beating. Forget, briefly, its full-fat specification (Freeview HD and Freesat tuners, 3D with glasses included, Smart TV online functionality, Skype) and just look at it. Somehow Samsung has...
By TechReviewSource on September 28, 2011
The design of the Samsung UN46D8000 is quite attractive, especially the 1/4-inch clear bezel to make it seem like the image takes up the entire face of the TV. The stand has four legs arranged in an "X" shape, which are a little bent upward as you...
By PCWorld on September 23, 2011
The Samsung UN46D8000 preserves Samsung's reputation for state-of-the-art technology in a full-featured, 1080p 46-inch set, but it does cost more than some very strong rivals....
By Overclockers Online on September 12, 2011
We’re at the unfortunate end to the review. The Samsung UN55D8000 delivers exceptional performance in all categories from looks, features, power consumption and picture quality. Some may argue there are some color uniformity issues but in my eyes...
By CNET Australia on September 08, 2011
The Samsung UA55D8000 is a superbly realised TV, which combines cutting-edge design with top-of-the-heap picture...
By TechRadar on September 07, 2011
The Samsung UE60D8000 is the brand's most advanced LED screen yet. A 60-inch, 3D-capable and Smart TV-enabled flatscreen with drop-dead gorgeous looks, it sports a take-no-prisoners £4,300 price tag.With its built-in Wi-Fi, app store, web...
By Here's How on September 06, 2011
The easiest way of summing up the UN55D8000's Smart TV capabilities is to say they have a Version 1.0 feel to them. A few are flaky. The way the apps work isn't consistent. But many of these features are attractive and work well. Most...
By Sound and Vision Magazine on August 29, 2011
For much of the time I spent with it, Samsung’s UN55D8000 3D LCD HDTV held me in thrall with its accurate color, strong contrast, and clear, solid images. I also dug the set’s slim design and stylish 3D eyewear. However, when you consider...
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