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  1. peterfram says:
    36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very nice after some calibration, September 3, 2012
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    This review is from: Samsung UN55EH6070 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED 3D HDTV with 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (Black) (Electronics)

    Note, this TV uses “direct lit” technology from Samsung. To reduce cost the EH6070/6000 models use fewer LEDs than traditional full array backlit or edge lit displays of the higher end slim models. And it is 120Hz, not 240Hz. 240Hz CMR is just a Samsung marketing label. That does not really matter though since 120Hz is pretty good.

    To my surprise and inconvenience it took me a few days to calibrate this screen. The options are limited but not too bad and certainly easy to work with. But I initially had a consistent problem fixing blown out yellows/limes/cheddar cheese colors. At first I was alarmed thinking that perhaps the new and cheaper direct lit technology sacrificed digital dynamic range. And I also had to deal with a seemingly old school 1990’s overly red flesh tones problem. I tried multiple EH6000 calibration settings posted on avsforum and multiple review sites but was not satisfied. I was considering returning it.

    So I pulled out my Disney WOW calibration Blu Ray. It seemed like I hardly changed a thing, but somehow that calibration did the trick. Everything looks pretty close to perfect now. In the past I never spent more than 10 to 15 minutes calibrating a new TV or projector.

    Initial impressions are that our older Vizio SV472XVT has higher end components with full backlit array versus Samsung’s new direct lit. However, despite something slightly inferior with the Samsung in overall screen micro-light management appearance, the Samsung beats the Vizio in depth of color rendition. The Vizio might win for watching standard TV dramas and news. But the Samsung wins clearly when watching high depth modern animation like Toy Story movies etc and video games.

    The direct lit technology uses fewer LEDs to reduce cost by quite a bit. There is a small price to quality which I can see but is hard to describe. Less micro management of light I guess. More like the first LCD’s. When you bring up the all white screen on the Disney WOW calibration tools you can clearly see each section of LED lighting with grey gaps between each section and slight grey blotches in the upper left and right corners about 4 inches from the edges on the 55 inch model. I did not try this on the Visio, so nothing to compare this to. Whatever I see in difference is small enough that I don’t really care however because the overall image produced on the screen during normal viewing is quite beautiful. I probably would never have noticed all this had the EH6070 been better calibrated out of the box.

    That is my only beef with this TV. It took me 15 or 20 minutes here and there over a few days tweaking settings to get it to look right. Kind of an inconvenience.

    So in the interest of helping others, here are my hard earned current beloved EH6070 calibration settings.
    Backlight 19
    Contrast 100
    Brightness 44
    Sharpness 12
    Color 47
    Tint G51/R49
    Advanced
    Dynamic Contrast Off
    Black Tone Off
    Flesh Tone -1
    RGB Only Mode Off
    Color Space Auto
    White Balance G-Gain 26, all others 25
    Gamma 0
    Motion Lighting Off
    Picture Options
    Color Tone Standard
    Digital Noise Filter Off
    MPEG Noise Filter Off
    LED Motion Plus Off

    By the way, the reason I bought this model (and you might) over ES6500, ES7100 or other?:
    -No need for an edge lit slim TV since this is a corner installation in my family room. Also I can see the edge lit uniformity issues on the Costco showroom floor if I stand and stare long enough. The bleeding and torchlight problems with those higher end edge lit screens would not bug me very much, but I really do not feel the need to pay extra for it.
    -The EH6000/6070 TV has a mostly (but not a pure) matte screen. Plasmas and edge lit screens are almost entirely glossy to improve black levels. Glossy creates strong reflections. I can’t watch anything when there is a light reflection on the screen. I just stare at the light and lose focus of what I am watching. We have kitchen lights in the distance behind one sofa and my wife likes to keep a light on around the sofa. The matte screen on this TV works very well at avoiding reflections. The black levels on the EH6070 are great. Black is seriously black. So don’t worry about that.
    -3D for the kids! I had never before seen 3D on a TV. And while not a fan of 3D except for kids movies, I was impressed with Hugo and the Lorax. It’s no more slightly distorted/weird than viewing in a movie theater. It is actually quite high quality and pretty cool in your home. Modern 3D is still for kids, or kids at heart. While I have nothing to compare to but movie theater 3D, this TV seems to do a good job with 3D. I also watched a quarter of NFL football in 2D to 3D conversion mode and it was kind of cool. You see the depth somewhat as if you were at the stadium so you can better tell the height and direction of movement of the players…

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  2. Sheng says:
    22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV bundle with blue-ray, July 21, 2012
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    Sheng

    This review is from: Samsung UN55EH6070 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED 3D HDTV with 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (Black) (Electronics)

    = Summary =

    Pros:
    – Good starter bundle, has everything you need for a 3D smart TV, especially it gives you the blu-ray player
    – Great price for a Samsung TV
    – Amazing 3D effect
    – It makes XBOX games look fantastic
    – 3D glasses fit onto my glasses, so no worries if you wear glasses

    Cons:
    – Web apps are slow
    – The remote controls for the TV and the player look very similar to each other
    – Only 2 pair of 3D glasses

    = Original post on July/2012 =

    This is a new model manufactured in May 2012, the price is decent, and this bundle has all the things you want:
    – Wifi support
    – Apps
    – Blu-ray
    – 3D
    – LED

    The only difference between this one and the more expensive ones is that the TV itself does not have wifi, but the blue-ray player does the magic of smart tv work. So if you are going to need the blue-ray anyway, this bundle is definitely a good deal.

    I have not got a chance to watch any 3D movie on it, but just playing XBOX games, it has been fantastic. The 55 screen looks awesome, so is the sound.

    = Sep/2012 update, after using for 2 months =

    I have been using the TV for about 2 months, majorly playing XBOX and watch Blu-ray movies, and it performs really well. I finally got a chance to watch the 3D movie Transformers, and it was amazing. One thing I like about the glass is that it fits onto my glasses too, so if you wear glasses, do not worry, the 3D glasses pair is very light and will fit. I hope it comes with more glasses though.

    The remote control’s response is good, the only down side is that you will have two similar remote controls, one for the TV and the other one for the player. Sometimes I got confused with one from the other.

    I only used the apps inside the player once, and it was very slow. If I ever use it to watch streams, I would use XBOX rather than the player.

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  3. Babloo says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Deal and product.., July 27, 2012
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    Babloo

    This review is from: Samsung UN55EH6070 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED 3D HDTV with 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (Black) (Electronics)

    First, I was waiting to purchase a 47 Inches TV and home theater.. and I was dangling between 55 Vs 47 and 3D vs 2D.. found this bundle for 1397 in Tiger Direct.. I was looking for reviews but found sparing.. but they were good.. and since I found this a 2012 Model my eyebrows raised and felt its a good deal where you get all in one.. Though the TV itself does not have wifi, BD has it.. so good deal….

    On TV, it looked little bulky on the back, but the screen and the other looks cute.. Not like the one which are slim.. But when you are watching from the front you wont feel its minor bulge…or others..

    After I installed the TV and BD, I played a 3D movie and converted the 3D to 2D.. the Picture Quality of this TV is absolutely Stunning.. crystal clear both in 3D and 2D.. I was amazed and I was quite happy with the product.. Simple to install and go through.. I did not listen the sound on this TV as I purchased a Onkyo HT.

    On HDMI Inputs, am covered.. as my HT has 4 Inputs and 1 Out.. So I got 3 free slots.. I can plug any :-) .

    On the Blue Ray, It has got the apps that one needs.. HULU and NETFLIX covered my Cable cost.. and I watched the shows (HD) and movies they are cool.. and Brilliant. I was little disapponted on the BD as it did not had one of the APP which Samsung is shipping with all its models (It does not come with Yupp TV).. I wish Samsung gets the Crackle app and the listed app to this BD model too..

    The TV has sensitive eye.. it adjusts the brightness as per the room and lighting that you have.. when .. No need to calibrate.. (and I did not calibrate) any of the default setting .

    If people are looking for 3D+ BD+ 55inch. TV like me in low cost.. this is it… no more looking back.. If someone wants a slim version of the TV with all in one TV, then you need to give a think.

    So, Its definitely a worthy product to go..

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