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Samsung UN75ES9000F Pro Reviews‘s review Edit

The best plasmas can provide slightly better real-world blacks and better off-center viewing than the Samsung. But what Samsung offers here is one of the five best flat-screen HDTVs I’ve yet tested. In no particular order (apart from the first set listed), the others are the Pioneer Elite PRO-141FD (60-inch plasma, no longer available and not 3D capable); the Panasonic TC-P65VT50 (65-inch plasma, exceptional 2D but the dimmest 3D of the group); the Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD (60-inch LCD with full LED backlighting, continued availability unknown—the Sharp Elites were a no-show at the 2013 CES); and the Sony XBR-55HX950 (55-inch LCD with full LED backlighting). The latter two are also notable for their bright 3D. And while I’ve only compared the Samsung side by side with the Panasonic, I’ve experienced all of the others (apart from the Sharp Elite) in the past year—and have lived with the Pioneer for four years as my personal television. The Samsung is obviously the most expensive of those sets, though also the largest by a substantial margin. While the Samsung will still be available as you read this, judging from what we saw at CES, it’s conceivable that further improvements will turn up in the models that may soon replace it, including an upcoming 75-incher in the 8000 Series. But if cost is not a limitation, and if a truly big screen with exceptional performance in both 2D and 3D are important considerations, you must check out the Samsung UN75ES9000.
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Published on:
Feb 22, 2013

SlashGear‘s review Edit

Samsung has been carving a niche for itself in the high-end TV market for some years now, and the UN75ES9000 follows in the well-esteemed footsteps of the D8000 and ES8000 before it. Smart TV features, clever add-ons like the fitness apps, Skype support, and browser, and media streaming all work well, but they’re sensibly built on the solid grounding of great picture quality. Whether you’re viewing in 2D or 3D, the ES9000 looks fantastic. The specter on the horizon is 4K, though we’re still several years out from mainstream content providers supporting that resolution. In the meantime, the combination of excellent display quality today and the Expansion Kit for adding upgraded features tomorrow mean it’s hard to miss 4K. The ES9000 does great things with the content we’ll have for the foreseeable future. Throw in support for digital streaming, a panel which handles fast-paced console gaming very well, the convenience of internet browsing and casual gaming built-in, and a range of control options to suit most ages, and the UN75ES9000 makes an excellent case for its place at the pinnacle of Samsung’s range. Visit Samsung Smart TV for more details.
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Published on:
Dec 18, 2012

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