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[Walmart] Walmart Samsung 50'' 1080P 60HZ LED HDTV $698

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[Walmart] Walmart Samsung 50'' 1080P 60HZ LED HDTV $698

Samsung 50" 1080p LED TV UN50EH5000FXZC
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The Samsung 50-inch EH5000 LED HDTV is packed with some seriously sweet technology:

Full HD 1080p resolution

60Hz refresh rate

120 CMR motion enhancement technology

3,500,000:1 mega dynamic contrast ratio

Wide Colour Enhancer Plus

Dolby Digital Plus/SRS TheaterSound HD

HDMI, Component Video, USB, and ConnectShare Movie USB 2.0 connectivity
http://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/samsung-50- ... &addFacet=

BB has it for $899.99
http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/id/10207696.aspx
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120Hz refresh rate at Sears same price also has a 39 LED at 399.99 and a 46 at 499 both 120hz rf rate
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raccoon wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2012 2:05 am
Samsung 50" 1080p LED TV UN50EH5000FXZC
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BB has it for $899.99
http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/id/10207696.aspx
The BB link leads to a slightly different model. Walmart.ca is UN50EH5000FXZC, BB is UN50EH5000FXZA; I don't know how significant this is as BB often sells exclusive models as part of their business strategy. The differences may be minor or they may be significant, notwithstanding any similarities in headline specs.
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redcrake wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2012 3:05 am
The BB link leads to a slightly different model. Walmart.ca is UN50EH5000FXZC, BB is UN50EH5000FXZA; I don't know how significant this is as BB often sells exclusive models as part of their business strategy. The differences may be minor or they may be significant, notwithstanding any similarities in headline specs.
Shouldn't be different. I compared the es6820fxzc vs fxza and they were identical, I would suspect the same here. The model number itself, if exclusive, should change (something like UN50EH5840)
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Moe Hunter wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2012 2:31 am
120Hz refresh rate at Sears same price also has a 39 LED at 399.99 and a 46 at 499 both 120hz rf rate
1. I don't think the 39" or 46" are 120Hz. I'm pretty sure they are both 60hz.

2. Just a heads up, the 46" is an LCD TV not LED.

Here are the link:
39" LED - http://www.sears.ca/product/samsung-39- ... UN39EH5003

46" LCD - http://www.sears.ca/product/samsung-46- ... 6-LN46E550
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this took about a week to arrive, so it was about 3 days late.

the picture quality is disappointing but considered good for the price $698
you could spend less and get better picture quality by buying an older 42 or 46 for about $300. but obviously that is not a LED and not 50"

it doesn't seem to support AnyNet which is a major letdown since i have a samsung BR receiver i was intending to hook this up to.

the HDMI functionality is really limited. I was expecting to be able to use the TV remote to change volume... and the TV would send the signal to the receiver to change volume (since I muted the TV speakers)... this is how it works with my other samsung setup as well as the previous sony tv to samsung receiver setup.

i'm seriously considering refunding this tv.
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actng wrote:
Dec 8th, 2012 1:07 am
this took about a week to arrive, so it was about 3 days late.

the picture quality is disappointing but considered good for the price $698
you could spend less and get better picture quality by buying an older 42 or 46 for about $300. but obviously that is not a LED and not 50"

it doesn't seem to support AnyNet which is a major letdown since i have a samsung BR receiver i was intending to hook this up to.

the HDMI functionality is really limited. I was expecting to be able to use the TV remote to change volume... and the TV would send the signal to the receiver to change volume (since I muted the TV speakers)... this is how it works with my other samsung setup as well as the previous sony tv to samsung receiver setup.

i'm seriously considering refunding this tv.
Thx for your quick review and return it if you even have the slightest doubt that this is not upto your standard.
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