Released April, 2011
The Pros:Very thin - good for wall mounting. Future-proof - supports the latest 3D technology. Excellent Internet app integration - support for Netflix, Hulu and Blockbuster.
The Cons:Heavy - not as easy to move compared to LED HDTVs. Poor legacy input support - no S-Video and only 1x Composite.
The fifty-nine inch Samsung PN59D7000 is the middle offering in the 3D-enabled D7000 series of plasma HDTVs, which differ from each other in terms of display size. All three plasma TVs in this line are equipped with Samsung's new Plasma+1 technology, which effectively adds an inch onto the display size from 2010's models, while keeping the slim exterior at the same dimensions.
This display is equipped with a 600Hz refresh rate featuring subfield motion, which runs individual pixels faster than a standard refresh to increase the smoothness of images. In order to offer you a variety of searchable content, the D7000 line of HDTVs is equipped with the Samsung Apps, which are accessed via the built-in Wi-Fi.
- 59" display
- 4 HDMI Inputs
- 2 Component Inputs
- 1 Composite (AV) Input
- 1 PC Input (D-sub)
- 1 PC Audio Input (Mini Jack)
- 1 Ethernet Port
- 2 USB 2.0 Ports
- 1 Optical Digital Audio Output
- 1 DVI Audio Input (Mini Jack)
- 1 Headphone Jack
- 1 RF Input
- Samsung Apps Platform
- 3D Enabled
- 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
- Dimensions: 54.6" x 33.4" x 1.4"
- Weight: 88.2lbs.
User Reviews (2)
very thin - good for wall mounting
future-proof - supports the latest 3D technology
excellent Internet app integration - support for Netflix, Hulu and Blockbuster
lots of HD inputs - great for those with several HD devices
looks good - features a slim bezel with an elegant stand
expensive - out of reach for most consumers
heavy - not as easy to move compared to LED HDTVs
poor legacy input support - no S-Video and only 1x Composite
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