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Samsung UE46D7000 Review

Samsung’s D7000 television is part of the manufacturer’s line-up for spring 2011 and is a follow-up to last year’s C7000.  Just like its predecessor, this new 3D TV has a PVA display made by Samsung-Sony and Edge LED backlighting.  It boasts an ultra-slim design, new online features, 800 Hz movement filters and the ability to time-shift TV programmes.  That’s all a very promising start so we were very keen to get the real tests underway!

Pros

Great picture in 2D and 3D

Accurate colour reproduction (average deltaE: 2.4) and high contrast (ratio: 2610:1)

Powerful Motion Plus 800 Hz filter

Backlit remote control

Low energy consumption: 89 W

 

Cons

Glossy screen picks up reflections

Viewing angles too narrow

Remote pretty basic

Crosstalk more visible than with plasma TVs

Clouding on our test unit

 

Conclusion

The D7000 turned out to be a very nice surprise: it’s the first time that one of Samsung’s LED TVs has produced such a great picture.  The results are excellent in both 2D and 3D.

Read the rest of this excelent review at digitalversus.com.

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