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5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet as, 10 July 2013
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This review is from: Samsung 32" F5000 Series 5 Full HD 1080p LED Slim Design Television (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
Bought it a few weeks ago, got my mac and my xbox hooked up to it. Looks absolutely amazing. So very easy to set up. Lots of different visual settings to tinker with, so you can get an ideal picture for what you want. My old tv can't hold a candle to this new one. Very light and slim if thats what you value in a telly.

2 hdmi ports, 1 scart port, headphone slot, component cable slots, ariel port, and a lan port all of which are on the right hand side (looking from the front) This tv doesnt have "smart features" so the lan is just for updates I think.

It has no buttons on the top or sides, only a joystick-esque thing on the back to control it with should the remote go walk about. The remote is nice. It does what it says on the tin really.

Due to telly signal in my area being rubbish, I don't use it for watching tv as such. So I can't comment on that aspect of it.

The sound is good in my opinion with a couple of different audio options to choose from. Obviously the sound isn't as good as headphones or speakers so if you are being picky about it then use headphones or speakers, other wise the sound is more than good enough for me.

The power cable is about 2 metres long (possibly a little under)

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Initial post: 2 Nov 2013, 16:16:41 GMT
Does the Tv picture ever get blurred when your moving your character quickly (fast movement) when you are playing your xbox on this Samsung hd 1080p
TV ?

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2013, 20:57:11 GMT
A Newman says:
That's a difficult thing to say really, as it seems like a lot of games have motion blur built in to a certain extent. The point I was aware of it was when playing Black Ops 2, but again, I reckon that might be in built to the game rather than a fault of the Tv. If it were to be a fault of the Tv, it's very minor. I haven't ever noticed motion blur if I were to watch a film on it though.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Nov 2013, 15:07:13 GMT
Thanks, so you would recommend the Tv for a ps4 due to the price region ?

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Nov 2013, 15:41:01 GMT
A Newman says:
Yes, for gaming it's pretty sweet. Great price too. I'll be intrigued as to how an Xbox One or Ps4 would look on it, so I can see properly what native 1080p gaming looks like on it, but I'm holding off on one until next year some time.
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