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Samsung Electronics UN75D9500
75" Class (74.65" Diagonal) LED HDTV with 1080p resolution
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Coming soon is what Samsung is touting as the world’s largest 3D TV, the Samsung UN75D9500. Not only is this TV large, at 75 inches, but it is going to feature all of the latest and greatest that Samsung has to offer. Some of the features of this TV are claiming are a 960Hz refresh rate, full HD, Samsung Apps, built in Wi-Fi and a qwerty remote to make surfing a full web browser easier.
In talking about the Samsung UN75D9500 you have to start with the overall look of the TV. As with most of the Samsung 2011 line up, it is a beauty to look at straight on. The frame and bezel of the TV are a silver color along with the stand. The TV itself is ultra-thin and looking at it at an angle truly shows how thin this TV is; it could virtually disappear. Although the TV seems to have a slight glare when watching in a bright room, the picture is equally as good from any angle. The LED backing makes this TV very efficient.
Picture and Viewing FeaturesSamsung UN75D9500
The first thing that most people are going to be interested in is the 3D viewing capability. First with 240Hz, the 3D viewing is going to be a major improvement over previous sets and especially those that are using lower frequencies. With a 960Hz panel and the LED edge lighting and improved glasses, 3D viewing should be dramatically improved. A major thing that we are going to see with this 75-inch screen is the 3D active shutter technology. The active shutter technology is much improved over previous 3D technologies that are being used. We are still going to have to wear the glasses, and they are still polarized – meaning powered, but they synchronize with the TV signals, thus giving smoother 3D viewing. However, they are very rapidly blocking right and left eye views to get the correct image. This will also help, in what should be an improved up scaling conversion from 2D to 3D. Although this TV seems to giving an excellent 2D standard picture as is. The TV is going to support full HD, which means that it will put out 1080p. The TV is also going to have the ability to be able to upscale lower HD signals to 1080p giving better picture quality across the board.
Internet Applications and Connectivity
One of the growing aspects of TV is the app stores. Samsung has been growing and building their Samsung App store. The Samsung UN75D9500 will be no different in that aspect. With the Wi-Fi built-in it will give instant access to the large selection of apps that are available in the store. Some of the most popular will be available including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora and many others. This library of apps for the TV is continuing to grow. With the built-in Wi-Fi feature, it will give instant access to these apps and additional features for watching movies, TV shows or playing games. In addition, with the QWERTY touchscreen remote that is included with the TV, searching and surfing with the full web browser will be easy to do. The built in Wi-Fi is a huge plus to any TV that has it; it allows for one less piece of hardware having to be connected to your TV and gives instant access to the web. Since they are boasting full web browser, I would guess this includes some sort of Flash component, but nothing really confirms that.
Probably one of the least talked about and least understood features that the Samsung UN75D9500 boasts is micro dimming. This feature, although it sounds like it should and would be simple, is rather complex. Software within the TV actually analyzes 4000 different zones and changes them accordingly based on pixels. Therefore, the TV is adjusting your picture based on darkness and brightness and making any kind of corrections necessary. This keeps you from having dark and bright spots on the TV and gives you the best picture possible at all times. Most people probably would take this kind of technology for granted, but it has a lot of great usefulness in today’s Blu-ray, high definition, world of perfection.
There are a large number of options available to connect your hardware to the TV including an analog component and HDMI 1.4 inputs.