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Samsung 48-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD Quad Core Wi-Fi Smart 3D LED TV (discontinued by manufacturer) [Energy Class A]

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72 customer reviews
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  • Full HD 1080p 3D LED TV
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Smart Hub - BBC iPlayer, Facebook, twitter
  • Quad Core Processor
  • Wide Colour Enhancer Plus

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Resolution 1080 pixels 1080p 1080p 1080p
Display Size 47.6 inches 49.2 inches 48 inches 48 inches
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Model Year 2014 2015 2015 2015
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Important Information

Energy efficiency class

On-mode power consumption
20 Watts

Energy consumption
100 Kilowatts per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.

Visible screen diagonal
48" / 121 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 108.6 x 5 x 63 cm ; 12 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 17 Kg
  • Item model number: UE48H6400AKXXU
  • Date first available at 6 Mar. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,191 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Discover more of what you love in stunning detail with the Samsung UE48H6400 48 Inch Smart 3D LED TV. Access a wealth of online content such as Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube all from the comfort of your couch. Thanks to the powerful Quad Core processor, you can enjoy ultra fast web browsing even while watching TV, or download an app while playing another. All this is made easier and more intuitive than ever before thanks to the upgraded Smart TV Hub. The 400Hz Clear Motion Rate delivers super smoother motion, so you can watch fast-action 2D and 3D programmes with amazing clarity. Enjoy explosive Full HD 3D imagery that jumps from the screen and puts you in the middle of the action. Add a new depth of realism to your favourite 2D programmes and watch them in glorious 3D with the H6400′s advanced 2D to 3D conversion technology. Enjoy the UK's favourite TV channels in high definition for absolutely free via the built-in Freeview HD tuner. Watch up to 50 digital TV channels including BBC One HD and ITV HD with amazing detail and rich colour. With all this and the Smart content to explore, you′ll never be stuck for something to watch ever again. The Samsung UE48H6400 48 Inch Smart 3D LED TV supports 4 x HDMI ports so you can hook-up a Blu-ray player or games console with ease and enjoy ultra-realistic HD entertainment. You can even playback your stored photos, movies and music on the big screen via a USB device.

Box Contains

Samsung UE48H6400 48 Inch Smart 3D LED TV

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 144 people found the following review helpful By T. Bayrak on 11 May 2014
This is the 2014 version of the Samsung mid-range TVs. If you are upgrading from standard definition (SD) TVs, you will be very impressed with the new TV watching experience that comes with new smart TVs. You will find yourself zapping between YouTube, newspapers, apps, TV channels, your mobile phone gallery, and your PC hard disc. I have spent 4 days with this TV so far, and here are my views on each category;

The picture quality:
This is ridiculously good. It is good to a degree that now I can see the details and imperfections of the makeup the male actors are wearing. Now all these macho stars look like soap opera actors. There are TV series I have been watching for years. This is the first time I saw these pictures in HD quality on a 48'' screen. Now it feels like I am watching totally different productions. The soap opera effect is a problem new smart TV owners are experiencing. However, after exploring some menu options, I am now totally happy with what I see on my screen. The HD picture quality is so realistically good, that it gives some sense of 3D viewing on its own. Some other reviewers elsewhere say the TV has issues with darker black range of colors. They say the TV struggles showing the detail in deliberately dark scenes.I cannot say I can confirm that the said problem exists at all. Particularly the nature documentaries will blow your mind.

Sound quality:
This is impressive for a flat screen TV. Most buyers of the new smart TVs argue that what you will be getting on a slim built TV can only be awful. The salesmen in the shop will also try to persuade you to get a soundbar with your shopping. My recommendation is to take the TV home and try how it sounds in your living room without being biased by any advice by others.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Max Oliver on 11 May 2015
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Deliberately sought out this discontinued version as it had everything I needed.

The TV is very good, it looks great and the picture quality is in my opinion, wonderful. We found it to be bright, clear and with no loss of black even when playing standard definition sources. We have watched some HD content and despite being on a HD TV previously this still looked to be a substantial improvement on that.

Set up was simple, and on turning the set on you are walked through the initial configuration. The most complicated bit was putting in the wi-fi password! It connected up seamlessly, and it scanned and found our Sky box. Once that initial set-up was done and it had checked for any updates to the software we were able to sit back and watch tv from all our sources with the greatest of ease. The smart remote makes using the menus very easy and it also worked out how to control the sky box. I've not yet bothered to get the voice commands working yet.

The "smart" element of the TV was probably the bit I was least interested in; having enough devices around to do this sort of thing; however I was hugely surprised at just how good the apps were (including a very handy rightmove app) and it did indeed feel almost like a smart phone with the apps that were out there. It had of course the usual iPlayer, All 4 etc etc as well as a few other handy apps for facebook, twitter and others. We quickly tested iPlayer and it was a smooth experience. The app opened quickly, I chose a program and it started streaming wirelessly in what must have been less than a second. A very easy and stress free experience and I will certainly now use this interface for all of this (meaning the poor xbox will get turned on less and less).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tyskie on 6 Aug. 2015
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I've only been using the TV for a week or so and don't get much time to use it. I haven't mounted it on my wall yet as I'm having some work done at home.

Initial set-up took less than 1/2 hour, which includes scanning for TV channels and downloading the update, which took the most time, so if you have faster broadband than me, you can set this TV up no time at all!

I'm happy overall so far with the picture and sound quality, the interface and it's ease of use and the amount of Apps you get.

I've even downloaded and had a quick play of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, which you can get for free (it uses around half of the TV's internal memory, which is just over 1Gb in total) and it takes me back to when I used to play the original version on PC! It's cool because I've downloaded an App from the Samsung Store on my Samsung smartphone (there are other devices which support this but I couldn't list them from memory) which enables me to use my phone as a controller and gives me complete control over the game from one device.

Going back to the TV in general, due to lack of time I haven't tried changing the settings but when I get a chance, I will try out the settings which one reviewer has kindly left in the comments on this page.

I will then probably expand on this review.

Overall, very pleased and excited for the future when I can start fully enjoying this TV!
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298 of 321 people found the following review helpful By Billy on 20 July 2014
>(Fine adjustments were made to the settings below on 24/11/15 using firmware version 2790)

I bought this tv back in July of 2014 and its absolutely phenomenal! After searching high and low for decent calibration settings and joining forums on various sites I found everyone to be thoroughly unhelpful and unnecessarily cryptic cockwombles.

After wasting countless hours trawling through reviews of people gloating about how good THEIR screens looked after they had finished calibrating but unwilling to share their settings, I thought i'd help others out and share all my own calibrated settings.

Stay clear of both avforums and whathifi, 99% of the people on those websites are overly sarcastic and generally obnoxious. Ask them for advice and they will happily tear you and your opinions to shreds. They love nothing more than questioning absolutely every comment you make, belittling the common folk and mocking people. They spend all day banging on about the size of their speakers and bragging about the overly expensive hardware they've got.

They're no better than spoiled schoolyard bullies, ganging up on newcomers. They were calling people that dont have dedicated bluray players "scrubs". I personally use a PS3, as do many others. I'm not flush with cash and I live by my means, I bought my PS3 as a cheap bluray player at the end of the day. The bluray player in my PS4 unfortunately sucks balls and the player controls are awful.

Its cringeworthy reading through their threads, its almost like a competition for them to see how much nonsensical technobabble they can cram into a paragraph, in a lame attempt to impress everyone.
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