Samsung 43J5500 Smart Full HD 1080p 43 Inch TV

July 8, 2015 - Comment

The Samsung UE43J5500AKX gives you a stunning Full HD picture on a beautiful 43 inch panelThe Full HD pictures gives you realistic colours, greater depth and deep blacks all thanks to its 400 PQI, Ultra Clean View and Micro Dimming Pro technology, whilst the built in Quad core processor ensures your television is always is

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The Samsung UE43J5500AKX gives you a stunning Full HD picture on a beautiful 43 inch panelThe Full HD pictures gives you realistic colours, greater depth and deep blacks all thanks to its 400 PQI, Ultra Clean View and Micro Dimming Pro technology, whilst the built in Quad core processor ensures your television is always is up to date and fast. Integrated Freeview HD gives you the chance to watch your favourite channels all subscription free. Samsung’s S recommendations feature means that your television learns what you watch and then recommends programmes and apps for you to enjoy, therefore increasing your viewing and entertainment pleasure. Being a Smart TV you have full access to the internet, apps and streaming services. Share content easily by syncing the television to your smartphone or tablet. Multiple HDMI ports allow you to connect your Blu ray player and games consoles up easily and conveniently

Product Features

  • 1920×1080
  • 400HZ
  • 43 Inch
  • Integrated Wi-Fi

Comments

rb says:

Good TV but apps not there yet Part of the new 2015 Samsung TV range.This TV has a good high-quality screen and nice fast system software. Still some minor issues with the software, hence only four stars for now; hopefully this will improve later.The screen: While this is the lower end of Samsung’s TV ranges these days, it’s still a good screen: good viewing angles and good colours. Freeview HD or higher-quality HD content looks great on it, and so do lower-quality standard broadcasts. My only issue with the screen is the default settings; the default configuration has not only the now-standard supersaturated colours, but also a very high “sharpening” setting. HD content looks terrible with the enormous highlights and shadows around each edge, and even SD content looks pretty bad, losing quite a bit of details; I thought the picture looked far, far better having dropped the sharpening down to 0, very much a overzealous unsharp mask rather than a smart sharpen. The bezel around the…

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