SAMSUNG 46" LED 1080P 120HZ TOC 6000
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Built-in HDTV tuner
Add HD-capable antenna to receive over-the-air high-definition broadcasts, where available. Optional set-top box required for high-definition cable or satellite programming.
45-8/9" screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
Everyone will have a great view of the show or game.
Provides the highest quality progressive-scan picture possible from a high-definition source.
16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
Delivers a cinema-style entertainment experience.
Ultra Clear Panel
Provides crisp image details, natural skin tones, shadow detail and vibrant colors.
Edge LED BLU
Delivers more natural color representation for life-like picture motion.
Wide Color Enhancer Pro
Delivers more natural looking colors by optimizing color hues.
Wide 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles
Make every seat the best in the house.
Ultrafast 4 ms response time
With Auto Motion Plus 120Hz processing eliminates blurring and streaking in fast-action scenes and video games.
20W speaker system
Along with SRS TruSurround Sound HD technology delivers a virtual surround sound experience.
Ultraslim design (1-1/4" deep)
Ideal for wall mounting (with optional mounting kit, not included).
2 WiseLink USB 2.0 ports
For quick connection of a digital camera, MP3 player or other USB device.
PC video input
Lets you connect your computer to experience high-resolution images.
4 HDMI inputs
Provide an uncompressed all-digital audio/video link for the highest quality connection and they support copy-protected HD broadcast content.
Include 4 HDMI (side), 1 component video (bottom) and PC (bottom).
Include 1 optical audio (side).
V-Chip parental controls
Give you the option of blocking undesirable material that you don't want your kids to see.
ENERGY STAR qualified
Designed to use less energy and meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy.
Ethernet connectivity with InfoLink
Delivers RSS feeds of customizable stock quotes, weather and brief news articles.
Anynet Plus (HDMI-CEC)
Allows peripheral A/V devices such as a DVD player to be controlled by the TV's remote.
Touch of Color design
Accents the bezel with a stylish red tone.
Useful additional features
Include trilingual (English, French, Spanish) on-screen menus, picture-in-picture, variable sleep timer, and game mode.
- Samsung 46" Class / 1080p / 120Hz / LED-LCD HDTV
- Crystal neck swivel stand
- Owner's manual
- Height32.2 inches
- Width55.7 inches
- Depth10.2 inches
- Energy Star CompatibleYes
- TV TypeLED Flat-Panel
- Screen Size Class46"
- Screen Refresh Rate120Hz
- USB PortYes
- ENERGY STAR QualifiedYes
- Internet ConnectableYes
- Ethernet PortYes
Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 188 reviews(188 Reviews)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Do not listen to the skepticsPosted .
LED pssh. That's what I thought at first when I first got into the market for a new tele. After doing a fair amount of research on the led tech, I found the Samsung UN series to be the best fit for my budget and user requirements. What will I use this for? Probably the same as most people out there in a market for a home video system: Movies • Gaming • Gen HD Tele • Multimedia Files • etc User Usability/ Interface: One of the first thing I noticed when I turned the power on was the ease of navigating to get you what you need. It's fast and most importantly, not a lot of extra button mashing. The interface is simple and elegant. Picture Quality: Superb. Spend some time getting the picture right. (that goes for ANY Tv) You can either get a pro to calibrate or DIY. For me I just did some leg work online to got some idea on how to get the best picture in the lighting conditions I have in the room. + a back ground in graphics arts helps a bit. Trust me on this. In most cases people complain about their picture quality, is usually due to not having their tv calibrated properly. Where you have the TV and lighting (ENVIRONMENT) matters most. Put that aside, the UN46B6000 is by far the best picture I have seen on a set. Movies • Gaming • Multimedia: If there's an award to the most versatile tv out there. I'd give it to the UN series. Samsung seemed to have taken their time on this. One feature I love and have used in the past is the usb multimedia connectivity. This tv reads everything I threw at it so far. From AVI movies to .jpg pics, all of which are translated in stunning picture quality. Gaming ran so good I literally sat there testing out most of my games on my 360°. PS3 blue ray displayed fast pace action movies in full HD with ease. and this 120hz stuff. Well, it's for real and not just a gimmick. It does what it's suppose to do. Astetics: Elegant, light and simple. For those crazy about mounting tv's on walls this thing is perfect and it's not much thicker than large print frame. Power consumption: Awesome. Really is an eco friendly tech. No harmful chemicals and waste is next to nothing. Final words: Do not listen to the bad reviews. Specially if ones that sound like they copied and pasted info from a main review source like C*net or other review site. Remember they look for 100% perfection. Find me an LED Tv at this cost that meets 100% satisfactory on all the test fields. What I'm trying to stress is that the bad things talked about this system is so subtle that in most cases you will not even notice. It all comes down to preference and what is important to you. For me it was getting the best tech that I plan to keep for awhile and sticking within my budget. I apologize for the book I have written here but if your investing hard earned $ on anything you'd be looking for a decent advice as well. I hope this helps for anyone seriously thinking about this so called LED.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent televisionPosted .
PROS: Picture resolution and color; thin; stylish; energy efficient CONS: minor; perhaps some haloing in the corners on dark pictures, but not sure about this yet. Just purchased this TV yesterday, so this is a preliminary review. My initial impression is that it is a fantastic TV. I had initially done research on the web and was a little concerned by the negative aspects regarding picture quality, viewing angle, etc., at sites like CNET. But when I went to the store to actually look at the tvs, I would always find myself drawn to the UN-series Samsungs...I just liked the look of the picture better, which seemed more consistent with the reviews on this site and decided to go with that rather than the professional reviews. After bringing it home, it has exceeded my expectations. The clarity on this television is amazing. It has almost a 3-D quality to it, which my wife commented on as well. The colors are vibrant. It really has everything I would want in a picture. I did notice what appeared to be a halo effect in the corners during a particularly dark portion of one show; however, I didn't notice this in other programs with similar darkness, so I don't know if this was something just with that show. The Boraka blu ray DVD looks absolutely amazing on this television, and I saw no evidence of halo effect when watching this. The viewing angle is fine for me. We have one couch that sits in front of the tv, and one off to the side. Picture quality was fine from both angles. I suppose it fades a little to the side, but I'm not sure that I would even have noticed it if I had read about it in the reviews. The tv is easy to use and I've been happy with the default picture settings. They are easy to use, and provide a nice picture. I may calibrate it to see if there's any change, but I'm very happy with the standard settings. Bottom line: you get a great picture out of the box. Sound quality is the quite good, though I'm no expert. I've never been blown away by the sound of any one tv; I tend to go with home theaters. The tv has some internet features that I haven't used yet, but the next model up has more. I went with this model because it was more in my price range, on top of the fact that I got a great sale price. All in all, I am very happy with this TV and would recommend it to anyoneI would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Poor SoundPosted .
This is my first LED HDTV and I chose it because of the picture quality. The picture is sharp and clean with vibrant colors and great contrast. The black level is really deep, which is something I really like. When I got it into my apartment, I was disappointed by the sound from the internal speakers. This is not a good TV for a bedroom where you don't intend to add external amplified speakers or a home theater audio system. I ended up back at the store buying a "sound bar" that appeared to be made for this TV. It comes with a subwoofer and supposedly gives you stereo sound and psuedo-surround if you turn that on in the TV. The sound bar fits on my TV stand just under the picture, but in that spot it blocks the IR remote control signal. I had to take the feet off the sound bar and even then I have to lift the remote really high to get it to connect. The sound from the sound bar is ok, but not great. I've heard much better sound from the built in speakers in my Sharp and Sony flat screen TV's. It's a bit muddy and it doesn't get very loud. Maybe that's a good thing, considering I live in an apartment! I'm also disappointed that it does not have a wireless Internet connection. I can't delete weak and analog channels that it finds in an auto-search. I'm not even able to pick up all the network HD off-air channels with the HDTV indoor antenna I bought with the TV. I just bought a Terk amplified indoor antenna and hope that works better. Either the signals are weak in my apartment or the tuner is not very sensitive. I was also not happy with the location of the HDMI jacks. I hate cables sticking out of the side. They should make these things with all the jacks at the bottom center in back. The stand installed easily, except for two screws that require a very long phillips screwdriver. Mine was too short to do the job so I had to run out and buy another one. All in all, I thought this TV would be an easy installation in my new apartment and it took a lot longer to get it right than I expected.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great Television for the moneyPosted .
This TV has great picture quality. I can't speak about the sound quality much because I use other speakers.Please read the rest of this but don't let it scare you away from buying this tv it is great truthfully. My PS3, Xbox 360, and Samsung BluRay player look amazing. They are all hooked up with high end HDMI cables (minus the 360). My cable just looks ok. My cable is hooked up with a cheap HDMI cable which I think has something to do with it. There is often bad blurring around football players for example when I'm watching sports center. Sport Center seems to be the only program the problem is bad with. When I watch a live football game in HD it looks great. Maybe the quality of the broadcast is different on sports center I'm not sure but it causes blurring. I was almost going to return the tv at first but I think if I upgrade the cables on my cable it would look better. When watching DVDs on my Xbox 360 the picture looked really odd the movement was almost in fast forward. After adjusting the picture I think I had set it to 60hz instead of 120hz or something like that but it looks normal then. So if your buying a tv to watch dvds stick with a standard def tv or buy a cheap hd tv because it will look the same. But if like me you mostly watch BluRay or other hd programing please buy this tv. Everyone who has seen this picture just can't believe how "real" it looks. My Mom got a nice Sony Bravia (LCD) a year or two ago and I thought that picture was great but I was watching it recently and couldn't believe I once liked it. I'm sure there are better tvs but for $1600.00 (cost at time of writing) you can't do better. Another complaint I've heard that is true is that when the picture is pure black (such as the credits) you can see patches of white which I believe is the backlight. The only time I notice this is during credits. Also, when going from a dark scene in a movie to a brighter seen you can see the backlight change and get brighter or darker. I'm sure there are settings to adjust for this but I haven't it has only bother me in one movie but I can't remember what it was. Something with a lot of dark scenes. So that's not really a problem for me either. People complain a lot about the sound but no flatscreen has good speakers. From my experience the speakers are on par with all other tvs. Also, the screen is pretty shiny so its pretty reflective as well. This has not been a problem for me at all but if you are in a room with lots of windows it might be a problem. I always watch tv in the dark or with dim lights so its no problem. Also, on a side note if you also purchase a Samsung BluRay player (which I did) there is a net feature in which it automatically switches to the input the bluray is connected to when I put in a movie. I'm sure it sounds like after reading this that I don't like the tv but I love it. When I was shopping for this tv I read all the reviews and what I wanted to hear is what people didn't like so that's what I'm telling you all. The picture is just so crisp and clean and looks better than real. Sorry if this is hard to read but I don't wanna take the time to make it easier to understand. Hope it helps. I could have skipped this whole page of writting and written two words. "BUY IT"I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Couldn't Have Picked A Better TVPosted .
I have been shopping around and reading reviews daily for the past month or so and I was honestly split between a few TV's. I had narrowed my brand selection down to Samsung due to the fact that I have seen the quality of the brand in friend's homes and they have not had any problems. So it was just down to which model was best for me. After much measuring and reading on TV size vs seating distance I had decided on the 46" as I am sitting about 8-10 feet away (didn't want to go too big). After my price range was negotiated it was down to just a few models. The 650LCD, 750LCD, 6000LED, and 7100LED. After more reviews and research I decided on the LED route, not only for the greater contrast ratio, but also because the wife enjoyed the look of the thinner TV. So now the only decision was the 6000 or the 7100. I selected the 6000 after taking a look at the price difference vs the features. They are almost identical except for a few features, and honestly once I got the 6000 home and set it up I could have cared less about a couple of features. The 6000 is an AMAZING TV! The picture is very clear and the menu is very easy. I would recommend purchasing a sound bar (I purchased the Samsung matching Sound Bar) or at least have an alternative audio/stereo. The TV unfortunately does not have a Red and White Audio output, for those that need it, but does have a single audio out and you can purchase a compatible wire. I would Highly recommend this TV to anyone!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Vividly clear & sharp -- great for brighter roomsPosted .
I went from a 52" Samsung 580 series LCD (60Hz model that I sold to a friend) to this. One word -- wow! I'm re-watching my blu-rays again. Don't be misled that my cons list is longer -- they're minor things I can easily live with. I LOVE this TV! PROS: (1) Colors are vivid with great contrast, images really pop, deep blacks. Perfect set for a bright living room where you can't restrict all ambient lighting. Almost brutally sharp images and more vivid than real-life. (2) 120Hz motion compensation, judder, etc., are adjustable on a scale of 1-5, so it's not an all-or-nothing proposition. You don't have to end up with video cartoony-type 3D images, and you can tone the effects down. Lots of adjustment options. (3) Aesthetically pleasing -- incredibly thin. (4) Minor point, but the cleaning 'chamois' they provide has improved, and is slightly 'grippier'. With my 580 series Samsung, the cloth was smooth, and I was more pushing the dust around than lifting it off. CONS: (1) The sound is probably decent enough for TV watching in a quiet environment. I'm not picky about sound coming from a TV, but I really do turn my receiver on all the time now. If I was wall-mounting this, I might get consider a sound bar. OTOH, as thin as this is, I'm not surprised that sound volume/quality is a trade off. (2) The bigger problem for me is that the remote sensor appears to be just below the Samsung logo in the lower center of the TV. It's mostly blocked by my center channel, so I have to lift my arm above my head to angle the remote so that it works. Clearly I have to find a better long-term answer to this, like wall-mounting, or a lower-profile center channel :-) (3) Some people have complained of backlighting unevenness. Is it there? Yes, but not noticeably so IMO, and my last Samsung had a similar problem. OTOH I'm buying thinness so I can deal with a bit of lighting unevenness that is hard to notice in my really bright living room. The really bright screen (compared to my old LCD) really does help in my living room -- I have floor-to-ceiling windows. With my old LCD, the colors always looked a bit washed out during the day, even with most of the blinds drawn. (4) Piano-black finish picks up dust every few hours ;-) ON-THE-FENCE InfoLink -- don't know that I care for this stuff, since I have way too many ways of checking the news and weather already (laptops, iPhone, Blackberry) - who needs another? But, it's there and it seems workable. Personally, I wouldn't pay extra for enhanced internet features, like Yahoo Widgets in the higher-end models. BOTTOM LINE I really love this TV! She's a keeper. Can you do better? Probably, but I got a great deal on sale ($1,699).I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Best Picture Ive ever seen, almost too good.Posted .
I had walked into BB wanting to buy the Samsung 650 series LCD, but they were out and I didnt want to wait for new stock to arrive. This is a great t.v., dont listen too much to the haters. Sure, some people have gotten defective products, but in these days of everything being outsourced, and mass marketed, almost every manufactured product from automobiles to electronics will have a lemon or two. Also, another word about the negative reviews here and on C$ET. If you look closely enough at something, especially in a laboratory/controlled environment you are bound to find flaws in almost everything. I consider myself an above average consumer. Im not a complete techie, or audiophile/videophile, but I know quality, and know good sound and I know good video. First the Bad: Sound quality is tolerable, but leaves alot to be desired. This is because the speakers are in the BACK, the only place where there is room for them. This t.v. is so thin there isno place on the front or bottom for them. Not that big of a deal, as anyone who has the money to buy this probably has the money for the sound bar, or already has a home theatre setup of some kind at home. Audio connections: Analog audio out requires a special Y-link cable (1/8" to two RCA), why they couldnt just add a couple of RCA jacks is beyon me. Optical audio out: I had trouble with this. There does not seem to be enough clearence around the jack for this to easily accept the optical cable I bought. Plus the door to the jack broke off, so I now need to have the cable held in place by tape. It still works, and Samsung is sending a tech out to replace the jack, at which time I will ask him to recomend a cable. Samsung WIFI/USB adapter is expensive: I dont know why they dont include this. It is $80.00 to buy. Luckily I was able to use the one the came with my BDP 3600 blu-ray player to expolre the info-link features...With this model all you get is news and weather. Kind of lame. Glare: This set well have glare if used in a bright room. The Good: PQ is absolutely stunning. HD TV broadcasts are very good, some being better than others. I watched a couple of episodes of CSI Miami, and was simply blown away by the PQ. It seems the actors are right there and you half expect them to walk out of the screen. regular DVD's and bluray DVD's have the same effect. There is nothing to complain about here. Some people have complained about uneven lighting, and the LED backlighting affecting PQ. I have not experieinced this. I watched two movies so far, Resident Evil Extinction, and Underworld (first is a really bright movie, second is very dark). I didnt see any issues with either. The only times I noticed the LED backlighting were when credits were being rolled at the end of a movies, and during underworld, when moving to a new chapter and the screen turns black momentarily. It is noticeable, but not bothersome (not to me anyway). Im sure the videophiles out there would be bothered by this, but to be honest, for normal viewing, by a normal, average consumer I dont consider it a big deal. All in all a great set. I wish it had been cheaper, but I have no buyers remorseI would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Love it...butPosted .
Love it but one problem already in the first week. I have kept an eye on this TV for months waiting for the right price and maybe for some of the newer ones to come out since it is a new model and sometimes they need to be tweaked some. Found the right price finally and bought it. Pretty easy to set up, like the remote, the blacks are great on it. Someone commented on the blacks auto adjusting, noticed that some, usually when credits on movies pop up you'll see the white letters darken some. On most scenes on movies or tv it adjusts so fast you really don't notice. I think everyday people won't notice it at all, I'm picky about stuff and love tech stuff and I don't even notice anymore my family doesn't see it at all if if I point it out it's so slight. As for the problem. Thinking maybe it might have one or two down the road but 2 weeks after I got it the HDMI ports started screwing up. I have HD DVR, Xbox 360, and Blu-Ray all hooked up in HDMI 1-3 in that order. We turned the TV on and it showed nothing, tried channel ports 2 and 3 and only 3, Blu-Ray movie showed on port/channel. Changed it back to HDMI 1 and 2 and instead of it saying "no signal" like before it showed the DVD on all 3 ports/channels. Hooked the DVR into HDMI 3, same thing, all 3 ports, tried 4 same thing. Called Samsung told them only HDMI 3 was working and it played on all 4 ports, they where as lost as me. They did however have a company sent out the next day to replace a board in the TV. The company never showed, called me multiple times saying they had the part with them and they'd be there in a few. Then finally the office called and said they didn't have the part, after the Repair guy told me he had it on him, and that it would for sure be here in two days and that they would be right out to fix it. It's been over a week now. I will say though it is a independent company and IS NOT SAMSUNG'S FAULT. If your in lower SE Michigan though good luck with HSC if they come to repair something since it's the only one around per Samsung. Customer service was also great to deal with, very nice and made me feel like they where truly sorry it was messed up and wanted to make sure it was done right. Like I said I love it, researched the heck out of it for months and besides the HDMI problem that is being fixed without a hassle or charge, I love it and wouldn't buy any other one.I would recommend this to a friend
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Led tvs have less power consumption, LED tvs are brighter too. the LED tvs have whats called led emitting diodes. Compared to the LCDs witch have liquid Cristal display. Led tvs are thinner as well. The only down side with Samsungs are they use the the same type of screen on all the tvs so the screen is much more reflective compared to other TV screens such as a Sony witch has a anti reflective screen. but on the plus side the clarity of the picture on a Samsung by far better.
Answered by thebestworker
Asked by TV Buyer wannabe.
- A:Answer Yes, This TV has an Auto Volume feature that lowers the sound output when the modulation signal is high or raises the sound output when the modulation signal is low.
Answered by AllanBB
Q: QuestionI just baught this TV. Every time I change a channel, the screen show's (60HZ), not 120HZ. How do I make it 120hz.
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer That’s a great question. The processor on the Samsung 120Hz/240Hz units will always display at their respective Hz. Even when the signal is only being transmitted at 60Hz, it will always display at 120Hz/240Hz since the processor is always upconverting the signal. Activating the Auto Motion Plus feature will allow for judder reduction and blurring reduction, depending on what settings you activate. This will enhance your 120Hz/240Hz viewing. The reason you are seeing the 60Hz in the info box is because the info box only displays the signal’s actual Hz and screen resolution and not the info of the picture on the screen after the TV processes it. Meaning that the 60Hz you are seeing is the signals actual Hz and not the screen’s Hz. Currently there is no way to display the screen’s Hz in the info box. -MrSamsung
Answered by MrSamsung
Q: QuestionWhat is meant by "local dimming"? Does Samsung offer this?Some manufacturerers say the LEDs in their TV are tri-colored and can be controlled in banks for an effect called "local dimming". This allows darker areas of the picture to have the backlighting dimmed behind them resulting in better contrast and black levels. They claim in the Samsung, the LED lights are surrounding the edge of the panel and this arrangement allows for the very slim depth of those models. Without the ability to do local dimming these are functionally similar to traditional LCDs. Thoughts?
Asked by Mark.
- A:Answer First you had a couple of questions in there: Tri-colored LED LCD's use three colors (red, green x2 [they are weaker] and blue) to produce their colors. These sets are REALLY expensive, you won't find them easily. Backlit LED LCDs arrange the LED's behind the LCD panel. Not all backlit LED LCDs use local dimming (see Sharp's new LED LCD). Samsung, LG, and Sony all have Backlit Local Dimming LED LCD's. These TV's can function to turn on and off certian LED's so blacks are even blacker (because their is no light behind it!). But quality of these TV's vary. LG's Backlit LED LCD uses very few LED's in an array so the quality is alot lower (since they cannot be as precise). Samsung's and Sony's Backlit local dimming LED LCDs have lots of LEDs and small arrays for really good control. These sets cost 3-4k for the small models, very expensive. The samsung LED LCD's at best buy are edge lit. They reflect the light off the LED and project it behind the LCD. Edgelit LED LCDs have the problem of less uniformity, some blacks are really black and some are less black, same with colors because the light spread across may not be 100% even. Secondly some say you can see the "glow" of the LED's on the edge. Backlight LED LCDs have "halo" problems. White text or items have a halo as the LED behind them bleeds into the black, no light area surrounding it. Both are nit-picky types of items, and most people have a hard time to tell the difference. Backlit TV's are technically superior, but its really hard to tell the difference, plus they are twice the price
Answered by Pip
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer The main differences are that the 7100 has a ToC Gray finish, Internet@TV, Content Library, Wireless DLNA, Woofer and USB2.0 with movie playback capabilities. The 6000 does not offer these features.
Answered by MrSamsung
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Higher Hz ratings currently are not the bottleneck for entertainment. Plasmas have high Hz processors because they are required in order to create the picture. LCD's on the other hand don't require higher Hz processors to create the picture. But currently anything above 120Hz right now isn't really going to help you. Playstation 3 for example only outputs at 120Hz for gaming and BlueRay. So even if you paid the big bucks for a 240Hz LED LCD TV to watch movies you'd still only be watching them at a max of 120Hz. Also, you want to make sure that your HDMI cables are 120Hz quality and not 60Hz or you may have your bottleneck there.
Answered by DRock03
Q: QuestionHow does this TV perform in a bright room?I have a very bright living room with windows on 3 sides. My current LCD TV (a few years old) does not have any problems in a bright room. Does this TV have problems with reflections? The screen is so bright (similar to a plasma) that I'm worried reflections will be a problem.
Asked by Drew.
- A:Answer It works great in a bright room. I have 3 windows and a huge slider and the pic looks great. Buy buy buy
Answered by bschultze81