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Samsung PN58C7000


$2,700.00 Released February, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great black levels - a general strength of plasmas. Great colour accuracy. The least expensive 3D capable plasma series from Samsung.

The Cons:Screensaver feature doesn't work. Lacks 1080p/24 processing. Blacks aren't as nice as top-of-the-line plasma offerings from other manufacturers.

The Samsung PN58C7000 is a high-end 58" 1080p plasma HDTV with 3D display technology. Its 600Hz Subfield Motion technology allows the PN58C7000 to display crystal clear images and movement while its Real Black Filter ensures optimum contrast ratio in any lighting condition.

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Additionally, the PN58C7000's Web Connected Samsung Apps allow it to connect to popular web-based media without the need for a PC connection.

The PN58C7000 comes with Samsung 3D Active Glasses which sync up with the PN58C7000 to provide full 3D display for any media being viewed while its 600Hz Subfield Motion technology provides the PN58C7000 with extreme clarity and smooth movement, even during fast action sequences. Its Real Black Filter ensures that the PN58C7000 maintains optimal contrast ratio in even direct sunlight by dynamically altering its own brightness according to in-room lighting conditions. Meanwhile, the PN58C7000's Web Connected Samsung Apps allow for direct connection to popular web sites (YouTube, Twitter) via WiFi connection (adapter sold separately).

Features

  • 58" plasma panel @ 1920x1080
  • Included Samsung 3D Active Glasses for 3D viewing
  • 600Hz Subfield Motion
  • Real Black Filter technology maintains optimal contrast
  • Web-Connected Samsung Apps for direct access to web-based media
  • Exceeds Energy Star standards
  • Connections: 4x HDMI, 2x component, 1x composite, 2x USB

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    great black levels - a general strength of plasmas

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    great colour accuracy

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    the least expensive 3D capable plasma series from Samsung

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    3D quality is generally better on plasmas over LCD sets

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    good panel uniformity and off angle viewing - a general strength of plasmas

  • 1

    upgradable firmware

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    very thin

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    aesthetically pleasing

  • 1

    better remote than the 8000 series, improved over the glossy previous generation one

  • 1

    includes online connectivity with support for the vast majority of popular video/image/music streaming, social media, news and other web services...

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    ability to manually disable the panel while still allowing for audio to play - perfect for those otherwise useless tv radio stations

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    inputs plug in parallel (alongside) to the back panel - don't waste space sticking out the back

Cons
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    screensaver feature doesn't work

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    lacks 1080p/24 processing

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    blacks aren't as nice as top-of-the-line plasma offerings from other manufacturers

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    not as energy efficient as comparably spec'd and sized LCD / LED displays

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    image burn-in is a possibility - a weakness of plasma

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    doesn't include any 3D glasses

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