Manufacturer: Samsung Part number: LN46C750
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- Average user rating: 5.0 stars out of 7 reviews
- Go from 3D excitement to groundbreaking connectivity, all on the bold and brilliant Samsung LCD 750 HDTV. Put yourself right in the middle of the action with an immersive 3D experience. Internet@TV delivers the best of the web, straight to your HDTV - with downloadable widgets and apps that let you shop online, share pictures, catch up with friends ... Read more
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Best 3D TV for the price
by ermaho2 on August 11, 2010
Pros: Great images, deep blacks, very simple setup, terrific 2D to 3D upconvert
Cons: lousy remote, so so sound quality
Summary: This set surpassed my expectations. For the price, nothing else on the market can compare. It does have a 3D emitter built in, all you need extra are the glasses. ...
Summary: This set surpassed my expectations. For the price, nothing else on the market can compare. It does have a 3D emitter built in, all you need extra are the glasses. I've looked at sets costing $1000 more, and this one looks just as good. Even the salesmen at Best Buy consider the 750 the best set that Samsung has released. Picture qulaity is flawless. The 3D totally immersive. The 2D to 3D upconvert really does give a new dimension to your favorite TV shows. Video gaming is amazing.
The setup was instant. Plug in your components, turn the set on and that's it. No users guide necessary.
Okay, the remote is badly laid out. The 3D button is badly placed and too small. Though, to give them credit, the remote will light up in dark if you need it. As expected, the sound quality is lousy, but most of use a receiver for sound anyway.
All in all, if you're budget minded, this is the 3D set for you.
3 out of 3 users found this user opinion helpful.
the 750 once again delivers
by hx55 on August 20, 2010
Pros: great black levels for a conventional l c d . no ghosting in 2d 3d looks great in hi definition
Cons: some ghosting in 3d. some judder not much
Summary: if you are looking for a 3d t v without spending the extra cash this t v is for you. it is not led but picture i think keeps up ...
Summary: if you are looking for a 3d t v without spending the extra cash this t v is for you. it is not led but picture i think keeps up with some of the more expensive l e d t vs . it delivers sharp clean smooth images with a clear motion 240 hz . it has improved from last years b750 with no motion blur in 2d although i did notice some judder issues where you would see a quick jerk but that was not much just a little. i watched cloudy with a chance of meatballs and the 3d in 1080p i did not notice any cross talk although when i put on a station called n3d which is on direct tv . i noticed when i was watching a show called African safari i had noticed some scenes where you would see like a after image around that image. which was noticeable . over all with as clear as the picture looked in 3d i thought it was very breath taking . the contrast also has very nice blacks in the day time. i also noticed Samsung is using a black clear panel which helps the colors pop out. the sound is better then last years tvs you are not going to get true surround from a 2 speaker tv i did notice on n3d there was a time where i had noticed a 3d sound affect from the tv. i would suggest using a good sound unit to enjoy the best sound. you can order the c750 on line through best buy or they have it for sale at sears stores at the store. or amazon . the price is worth every dollar. you will not regret it.
2 out of 2 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best TV I've seen in a while.
by petwaffle on September 6, 2011
Pros: Fantastic color, deep blacks, and a backlight to boot.
Cons: The menu is a little hard to navigate, but easy to get use to and overcome. The apps are a neat idea but they are not as stable as they should be and are extremely slow at times.
Summary: I sell TV's for a living and this particular model was discontinued at my store early this year (2011). We sell floor models but for some reason no one ...
Summary: I sell TV's for a living and this particular model was discontinued at my store early this year (2011). We sell floor models but for some reason no one bought this TV. I kept my eye on it as it had the best looking picture out of every single one there and we had the entire D series in for the new year, so that's saying something. I ended up buying it off the floor after it had been on display (meaning it was on 24/7 for the last 1 1/2 years) and after 6 months of use at my home the picture is still awesome and I don't regret purchasing this TV in any way. If you do not mind having an LCD over an LED TV, this unit is phenomenal and worth looking into. The sound is loud enough off the built-in speakers that you will not need anything for volume, bu the quality definitely does need some help so those of you out there like myself would want to get a soundbar or a surround sound set-up. The fact that it is as up-to-date as any 2011 models is also really cool. It has options to control your TV set or send files directly over your wifi to the TV from your computer and I can even control my PS3 via my Android phone simply because the TV will make the connection for me. Highly recommend this TV!!!
Amazing picture quality!
by kshik5 on March 17, 2011
Pros: Amazing picture quality, ease of setup, amazing picture quality!
Cons: None really.
Summary: I've been working in home theatre setup for a number of years. From the first time I laid my eyes on a Samsung 750 series TV I wanted one! ...
Summary: I've been working in home theatre setup for a number of years. From the first time I laid my eyes on a Samsung 750 series TV I wanted one! I finally bought one last year and have not regretted a single moment (okay, other than a big price drop half a eyar later!) of having purchased the TV.
The 2D picture quality is in a single word: amazing! Samsung has a fantastic video engine to produces a first rate picture. I recently watched "Resident Evil: Aftermath" and it was truly breathtaking. I'm almost glad that I didn't watch it in the theatres! Also have watched "Avatar" and it too was spectacular. Even watching SD programming on this TV makes it look pretty good.
As others have mentioned, the remote is not the best and I also have to agree. I use a Harmony remote so that's really not much of an issues.
The sound from the built-in speakers, IMHO isn't that bad. I use the speakers for things like watching the news or basic programming. The receiver is used for movies where I want the surround sound effect (saves some energy and who really needs the news in surround sound anyhow??).
Being able to "create" a 3D image from a 2D source is also pretty cool. Watching 2D sports in 3D gives more depth and realism (okay, I know that it starts off "real" but you get more of a sense that you're there watching it). The glasses are bit of a pain (and costly) but I got two pairs with the starter kit then picked up a couple pairs on eBay for about half the cost of one pair bought through retail channels so the whole family is outfitted without breaking the bank.
The apps are okay, a bit of a pain to log in through the Samsung remote (a Samsung "keyboard" would be really nice if there was one): I leave the Facebook kinda stuff for my computer and smartphone.
To conclude, if watching TV and movies are your thing, then this is the TV for you! How can you go wrong? 240hz, excellent 3D and simply amazing 2D! Isn't that what it's all about?
Amazing HD TV
by ny2nv on November 21, 2010
Pros: Great picture quality, vivid, bright in all lighting conditions. Light weight, beautiful design. Even the chrome stand which I thought I wouldn't like is beautiful. The Remote is illuminated, Can play media files from a flash drive.
Cons: Some media files are not compatible, FLV videos from YouTube play fine. Network access is fine but could be better. I'm still learning how to use all its features.
Summary: So far no regrets, considered Sony and LG LED sets. Chose this model for it's features and picture quality.
Price went up after I bought it. No WiFi, but ...
Summary: So far no regrets, considered Sony and LG LED sets. Chose this model for it's features and picture quality.
Price went up after I bought it. No WiFi, but I prefer a wired connection. The remote selection and direction keys should have had raised nubs to find with your fingers.
I will update my review if there are any issues.
For the person wanting to enter the 3D Fray!
by glover0831 on September 2, 2010
Pros: Black levels are great and the colors jump off the screen. This set is well worth the money and I have nothing but praise for this entry level 3D TV.
Cons: I only have one gripe...The remote and the on-screen interface is a bit jumbled. If you can get pass this you will totally enjoy this television.
Summary: The 2D is actually unbelievable. I have owned a Sony 52 inch flat screen with all the bells and whistles and this TV blows it away. I am constantly amazed ...
Summary: The 2D is actually unbelievable. I have owned a Sony 52 inch flat screen with all the bells and whistles and this TV blows it away. I am constantly amazed with the pure clarity of the set. It looks almost unreal when watching programs in HD. If you can understand the term of "Too Real" looking then you know what I mean. Now onto the 3D. When I first played a 3D DVD I could not believe my eyes. I think it looked better than the quality at my local movie theater. It has to be seen to be believed. Not to mention playing my PS3 it was totally excellent. The set also upconverts 2D to 3D, while this is a little more suttle it definitely adds depth to any program you watch. The intergration with the internet is also awesome. Never thought I would be selecting apps through my tv. All in all this TV is a beast and anyone entering the 3D market should seriously consider the Samsung brand.
First HDTV -- 2D is superb and it's 3D ready!
by 1Opinion on August 23, 2010
Pros: If you don't already have a 1080p HDTV or are looking for an affordable angle into the 3D ready technology GO FOR IT! I can't say enough good things about this TV. It's been well worth the investment even without using its 3D capabilities yet.
Cons: Nothing to report here.
I hadn't taken the plunge into HDTV's yet and was still watching on a 32" JVC tube television. I'll be a dork and admit that after ...
I hadn't taken the plunge into HDTV's yet and was still watching on a 32" JVC tube television. I'll be a dork and admit that after seeing Avatar in 3D and with an upcoming birthday, I started researching the 3D ready televisions. Early reviews of the Samsung line were positive and only critical on the high end screens at an A/V level I won't be concerned with as a HDTV neophyte. Upon seeing Samsung's line up I had noticed the LN46C750 was the only non LED or Plasma offering, making it pretty much the most affordable 3D ready television out there (at the time). The info I found said the C750 should be like the B750 that CNET thought was quite good. Once the product showed up at Amazon, I went to big box store to check similar LCD's as well as try the 3D display they had setup. Being impressed by both I bought the LN46C750 the next day. I got the tv for less (killer deal) than it's going for now, but this price is still only about $3-400 more than a straight LCD of equivalent statistics.
Everything was in order when I pulled the set out--the TV had survived shipping just fine. Having looked at LED LCD televisions in person that are sub 1" deep, I still find this television looks beautiful even with its portly (kidding) 3.2" depth. I have it set up on it's cool looking "X" stand on the old televisions garbage entertainment center (to be remedied in the future.) Directions are straight forward, I plugged in my cable, power source, and a ethernet cord--the WIS09ABGN wireless LAN adapter came later. Auto setup found all of my channels, set the time on the TV and updated the pre-installed apps.
I mostly have left the picture settings alone, other than obviously picking home use over store display. Standard def. Cable doesn't look great, but I was expecting that as I've upped my PC monitor before and gone through the same issues. The free over air/cable HD channels are looking NICE! Even on one of the cheapest Target-special DVD players out there standard DVD's are looking great. SO good in fact that on some I have to turn down/off the Auto Motion Plus settings to avoid that re-shot-old-movie-with-high-end-home-video-camera look. The "mexican soap opera" look if you will. The exception is my animated selections. I tossed in Finding Nemo and it looks flat out amazing! Black levels (people seem to crow about this a lot on reviews) look good to me. With no signal in the lower 2 corners there is a bit of what I guess is "flashlighting" but nothing I find significant at all and when those parts of the screen are actually receiving signal I don't see it at all. UPDATE: I now have a PS3 functioning as my Blu-ray player and movies have looked amazing! Black levels look great to me, movies are chrystal clear and even a game like Uncharted from 2007 looks beautiful. I have now found that going with basic/manual image settings almost always displays a better outcome than letting the Auto-Motion and Anti-this-and-that take their shot at the images.
WIS09ABGN Wireless LAN Adapter:
Setup is no harder than getting a laptop to find your wireless router. Just plug it in after the television is on, and it will bring you through entering the password. Works excellent and given the shape of the back of this screen it fits in and won't be a problem even if you were to hang the set flush to a wall.
Apps (Incomplete): I have only really used the Netflix app as of yet. I have found that the HD streaming content looks great, and the SD streaming content goes from very good down to "meh". I think it is just a varying quality in the SD content they offer. Turning off all of the image enhancers has greatly aided any jerky movement I thought I was getting from the Netflix streams. Everything looks excellent now.
I didn't anticipate running that much sound from the set, but since I'm streaming Netflix I find myself using the TV speakers more often than expected. I use the televisions speakers for most cable tv watching and even some streaming movies as they are working out well enough too not always bother with firing up the reciever for 5.1/7.1 I've found the sound to be surprisingly good (maybe it's that chubby 3.2" dept giving more room for the speakers).
3D Effects (Incomplete):
Sorry no review content here yet. I can't afford the 3D glasses right now--I didn't get the package deal as I'm getting a PS3 as my Blu-Ray player/game station. I will say I tried the rechargeable Samsung glasses at the big box store with Monsters V Aliens and while not a theater experience, the effect was still very cool even with all of the glare of the ceiling gym lights they had on.
- Manufacturer: Samsung
- Part number: LN46C750
- Description: Go from 3D excitement to groundbreaking connectivity, all on the bold and brilliant Samsung LCD 750 HDTV. Put yourself right in the middle of the action with an immersive 3D experience. Internet@TV delivers the best of the web, straight to your HDTV - with downloadable widgets and apps that let you shop online, share pictures, catch up with friends and more. Advanced 240Hz clear motion rate processing makes even the fastest onscreen action clear and crisp. The elegant Touch of Color bezel accent enhances any room in the house, while the energy-efficient design helps you do your part for the planet. It's your key to the world of HD joy.
- TV type LCD TV
- Screen size 46 in
- 3D Yes
- Connectivity Ethernet,
Wi-Fi ready, adapter sold separately
- Internet streaming services ConnectShare Movie
- TV features On-screen menu,
Wide Color Enhancer,
Auto power off,
Touch of Color (ToC)
- Technology LCD,
- Backlight technology Wide Color Gamut-CCFL
- Native resolution 1920 x 1080
- Resolution 1080p
- Dynamic contrast ratio 300000:1
- Refresh rate 240Hz
- Motion Enhancement Technology 240Hz
- Aspect ratio 16:9
- Response time (ms) 2 ms
- Progressive Scan Progressive scanning (line doubling)
- Widescreen Widescreen
- HDCP compatible Yes
- TV tuner presence Yes
- HDTV Tuner Yes
- Digital TV tuner ATSC,
- Secondary audio program (SAP) Yes
- Speaker(s) 2 x Right/left channel speaker - Built-in - 10 Watt
- Surround mode Yes
- Sound effects SRS TheaterSound
- Total output power 20 Watt
- Audio controls Balance,
- HDMI ports qty 4
- PC interface VGA (HD-15)
- Input/Output connections 2 x USB 2.0 (4 pin USB Type A) - Side,
3 x HDMI (19 pin HDMI Type A) - Rear,
1 x VGA input (15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)) - Rear,
2 x Component video input (RCA phono x 3),
2 x Composite video/audio input (RCA phono x 3),
Audio line-in (Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm),
1 x Digital audio output (optical) (TOSLINK),
1 x Network (RJ-45),
1 x HDMI (19 pin HDMI Type A) - Side
- Video interface HDMI,
- Closed captioning Yes
- Parental channel lock Yes
- V-chip control Yes
- Type Standard remote control
- Second remote control type None
- Component type None
- Service & support 1 year warranty
- Service & support details Limited warranty - Parts and labor - 1 year
Stands & Mounts
- Stand included Included
- Stand design Tabletop
- Stand features Swivel
- Flat panel mount interface Yes
- Power device Power supply
Dimensions & Weight
- Dimensions (WxDxH) 44.1 in x 3.2 in x 26.7 in - Without stand
- Weight 0.6 oz
Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)
- Width 53.9 in
- Depth 7.1 in
- Height 32.3 in
- Weight 56 lbs
- ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes
- Greenpeace policy rating (Nov 2011) 4.1
- Greenpeace policy rating (Nov 2012) 4.2