Released March, 2011
The Pros:Colors are vibrant and realistic at the same time. Blacks are very dark, don't wash out or get grey. 3D conversion works consistently, fun to use.
The Cons:3D glasses are fairly expensive.
The Samsung PN51D6500 is an upper mid-cost plasma HDTV. One of the main features of the 2011 plasma line touted by Samsung is the Plasma+1 technology, which adds up to one inch of viewable screen size over the 2010 models without increasing the outside dimensions of the set.
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The fifty-one inch 1080p 3D-enabled display is equipped with a 600Hz refresh with subfield motion. Subfield motion makes the individual pixels fire faster than a regular refresh, for sharper images and reduced blur. The anti-glare technology of this display dimishes reflections so that you can take in the image quality uninterrupted. The Samsung D6500 series is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi, which allows you to access the Samsung Apps to view online content.
- Weight: 54lbs.
- Dimensions: 47.7" x 29.3" x 1.4"
- 4 HDMI Inputs
- 51" display
- 2 Component Inputs
- 1 Composite (AV) Input
- 1 PC Input (D-sub)
- 1 PC Audio Input (Mini Jack)
- 1 Ethernet Port
- 1 Optical Digital Audio Output
- 1 DVI Audio Input (Mini Jack)
- 1 RF Input
- Samsung Apps Platform
- AllShare DLNA Networking
- ConnectShare Movie
- BD Wise
- Game Mode
- Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
- 1-Tuner Picture-in-Picture
- Wireless LAN Adaptor Support
- Auto Channel Search
- Auto Power Off
- Auto Volume Leveler
- Clock & On/Off Timer
- Closed Captioning
- HDTV Tuner Built-in
- Sleep Timer
User Reviews (2)
colors are vibrant and realistic at the same time
blacks are very dark, don't wash out or get grey
3D conversion works consistently, fun to use
includes a good range of useful built-in Internet applications
low price for a plasma TV, good value for the money
WiFi connects right away, doesn't tend to drop off and streams consistently
3D glasses are fairly expensive
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