Redefine your entertainment with the spectacular image quality from the Samsung UN50EH5000 50 inch Class LED HDTV, Experience your favorite entertainment with the realistic detail of 1080p Full HD and the vibrant coloration of a 3,500,000 1 contrast ratio on a brilliant, LED Display, Even when faced with fast moving images in sports and action movies, its Motion Rate 60 makes sure no detail goes unnoticed with superb, sharp image quality, Make it even more exciting when playing your video games on the Samsung UN50EH5000 50 inch Class LED HDTV, Opting for its Gaming Mode lets the HDTV automatically adjust the settings for achieving the best possible gaming performance, Enjoy exceptionally vibrant, yet natural looking images.
Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 120 (Effective) Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit) Smart Functionality: No Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 44.8" x 26.4" x 3.7", TV with stand: 44.8" x 28.5" x 9.0" Inputs: 2 HDMI, 1 USB, 1 Component, 1 Optical, 1 RF In, 1 Audio Out Accessories Included: Standard Remote Control The new Series 5 will take your breath away Every image can be seen in amazing clarity with deep blacks and pure whites The realistic details of every image will remain intact even for those images that move quickly across the TV screen The slim prof...
If you're anything like me you see that this TV is labeled as LED; then you look at the picture and see a lot of fat for the usual Samsung LED depth. Make no mistake this is an LED TV. I got this for my bedroom to replace my 23 inch Samsung Syncmaster. I use this TV mostly for 1080 mp4 movies and blurays (I download what I want to watch instead of waiting for it on cable), and my Xbox and PS3.I learned 2 things about the TV right off the bat. If you have Comcast, ..
***UPDATE 2014 - July 17th ***-Added updated panel identification information in the review and at the bottom. Credit to review comment from Dawn B. Roy.-Added brief subjective experience.-Listing of which panels to expect depending on the model/series (still, check your box, or the back of your TV as described below) - also credit to D.B.R.Short version: A "TV" is a container for its panel, with some additional features (such as speakers). Buying a TV with a different panel, ..