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Lowest advertised prices on these Samsung LED 1080p 120hz HDTVs:
60" Class;3 $1299.99 after $600 savings--Samsung - 60" Class - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - HDTV UN60EH6000FXZA
50" Class;3 $849.99 after $300 savings---Samsung - 50" Class - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - HDTV UN50EH6000FXZA
40" Class;3 $599.99 after $180 savings---Samsung - 40" Class - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - HDTV UN40EH6000FXZA

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Pretty low-end TV, reviews not great (particularly average picture quality, and dead-pixels), not any smart apps (almost all Samsung big-screen models have it, except this series), average sound. With this many limitations, paying high dollar amount is a big risk. If you want Samsung TV today, shoot for higher/better series even if higher price.

This is a good price, chirravu is ill informed. The 5000 and 6000 series Samsungs don't have apps or 3D but most don't need those. Compared to the other TV's in this price they shine - Samsung uses a better edge lighting / dimming system than LG or Panasonic in their cheaper models. The 5000 has 60hz, the 6000 has 120hz (both simulate faster speed but turn that crap off when you get the TV). I have the 5000 and love it, but might upgrade to get the faster motion.

Honestly - you're complaining about sound? These things are 1/64" of a milimeter thick. Get a speaker for god's sake.

High dollar amount? The only way to go cheaper is to get those weird no-name brands (Sceptre, etc)

Guess the interest on these items at these high-prices shows this deal's worth (or the lack of it).

Meh, At that the price of the 50 Inch id rather get thisPanasonic or this Vizio or even this Toshiba since i am going to turn the 120hz anyways.

wantonsoup said:   This is a good price, chirravu is ill informed. The 5000 and 6000 series Samsungs don't have apps or 3D but most don't need those. Compared to the other TV's in this price they shine - Samsung uses a better edge lighting / dimming system than LG or Panasonic in their cheaper models. The 5000 has 60hz, the 6000 has 120hz (both simulate faster speed but turn that crap off when you get the TV). I have the 5000 and love it, but might upgrade to get the faster motion.

Honestly - you're complaining about sound? These things are 1/64" of a milimeter thick. Get a speaker for god's sake.

High dollar amount? The only way to go cheaper is to get those weird no-name brands (Sceptre, etc)


Speaking of misinformed ^^^^^
chirravu had it right. These are Samsung's low end/ low quality dumb series LED TVs built in Mexico exclusively for discount stores like Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Sears and Target. They are NOT the mainstream Samsung LED models with the ultra-thin profiles as you implied above. On average these 5000/6000 series LEDs are nearly 4" thick. They are basically LEDs put in to legacy Samsung LCD cabinets they had left over from 2010. To get the ultra-thin profile you need to move up to the 6050 and 6150 series Smart LEDs. There is a HUGE difference in both quality and features between these 5000 / 6000 Series Samsungs and the 6050/6150 series.

chirravu said:   Pretty low-end TV, reviews not great (particularly average picture quality, and dead-pixels), not any smart apps (almost all Samsung big-screen models have it, except this series), average sound. With this many limitations, paying high dollar amount is a big risk. If you want Samsung TV today, shoot for higher/better series even if higher price.

What if you don't care about apps? I just want a tv with a big, decent picture.

Try doing price-match to one of internet sites (try shopping.googl..). BB seems to be more eager (at least some associates) to cut a deal (this is much better than than ever before). Be nice with an associate, and ask about Survey and your willingness to give top score, Associates gets $50 gift card for top-rated surveys (basically he will bat on your behalf with price-override with their manager, to sell you at your best internet-price match).

We looked at one of not-so-popular sites listing great prices on Samsungs/Pannys, so we popped that on our smart-phone, and being nice with Sales person, bingo we got a deal or two or three, ahem four.

We had bought 4 TVs in the last 2 weeks, can't say price, just saying about 65% of their best sale price !? Until last weekend they even had $200 BB-gift card for Samsung 7000 and 8000 series. That only made the deal sweeter! $200 gift card ended on Saturday, as told.

Good luck price-matching to lowest-found site(s) on internet. Be nice to Sales-associates, they are there to make a deal for you, make some living too.

Also - BB may be more willing to do deals than it did ever before (may be market is weak?)

Thanks

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