anyone have experience with the Samsung 27'' HDTVs?

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  1. david*mt

    david*mt Second Unit

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    I am considering getting the new model when it comes out. Should cost around $600, I would assume. How good are these TVs? For the money they seem pretty good. Are they good for DVDs?
     
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    i'd say yes they're quite good after having had one since late last year[txm2796]
     
  3. Robert Hoffman

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    I've had a TXM2797 for a little under a week now. It's pretty impressive. DVDs look great. Unfortunately I haven't been able to feed it an HDTV signal since Time Warner ran out of HD cable boxes.
     
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    David Abrams Stunt Coordinator

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    Greetings,

    These sets are very good for the money after calibration. I have worked on a few of the Samsung direct views and all of them are in super torch mode out of the box, but with some major tweaking they give a good picture.

    If your budget minded, this is definitely a contender.

    Regards,
     
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    im also looking at samsung perticularly there 30" widescreen should i expect the same results?
     
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    From what Ive heard...you should expect better from the 30' 16:9...Im pickin up the 3075 next week...they look great...
     
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    After having this set[txm2796] for over 2 years and comparing it to my parents 46inch samsung DLP tv i'm having my doubts that this set's really an HDTV and i'm thinking it's really an EDTV.
     
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    I have the 47 inch rear projection samsung.. its works great.. I did have to calibrate it a bit once I got it..then it was just great.

    JACOB
     
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    If I am looking at the 27" Samsung ( TX-P2764X). It is an HDTV, but 4:3 aspect ratio. If I watch HD broadcasts on this TV it will be letter boxed, right?
     
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    I have a samsung 27" ED tv and really like it. Have had it for 3 months now and have no probs. DVDs look so much better than SDs, it's amazing. Can't wait til I get a HDTV in 5 yrs or so [​IMG]
     

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