Samsung 50-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD tuner – Black

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Samsung UE50ES5500 50 inch LED Smart TV Blk 100Hz FHD Freeview HD 3 HDMI USB 2.0 Product Features USB Ports – 2 x USB 2.0 Language Selection – 29 European Languages Audio Line In Ports – 1 x DVI Audio In (Mini Jack) Headphone Ports – 1 x Headphone Port Screen technology – Slim LED

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Samsung UE50ES5500 50 inch LED Smart TV Blk 100Hz FHD Freeview HD 3 HDMI USB 2.0

Product Features

  • USB Ports – 2 x USB 2.0
  • Language Selection – 29 European Languages
  • Audio Line In Ports – 1 x DVI Audio In (Mini Jack)
  • Headphone Ports – 1 x Headphone Port
  • Screen technology – Slim LED

Comments

P. Trueman "Paul Trueman" says:

Great smart tv Great tv at a very good price. Would highly recommend. Smart tv features really good only slight grumble is that the web browser cannot support flash but otherwise all apps ect work great. Picture quality fantastic just wish we had more hd channels to watch. 50 inch perfect size big improvement over the 40 inch models.

John Holmes says:

Same old flaws from an LED TV I purchased this TV firstly as an upgrade to my existing Samsung TV, and also as a relatively inexpensive alternative to all of the 3D TVs, which do nothing for me.On opening the package, I was pleasantly surprised by the slick design and sharp lines of the TV. Attaching the stand was easy enough, however, when I placed the TV on the stand, I was once again frustrated to discover that the TV slanted to one side. This is not the first time this has happened to me with a Samsung stand, and they seem to have a nasty habit of not being level. That was the first thing that annoyed me (apart from the delivery driver turning up at my house at SIX THIRTY in the morning).After setting up the TV, and applying all of my personalised settings, I was at first immediately struck by the crystal clear quality of the HD, but not so the SD, which looks worse than ever now when compared to HD. The menu system is near identical to my previous TV, so there was no problem applying…

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