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141. Samsung HLN437W 43" Widescreen Projection HDTV with DLP Technology
list price: $3,199.99
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Asin: B00009NFEP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 21385
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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The 43" DLP projection TV displays a widescreen viewing area that is elegantly framed in an ultra-light, thin-bezel cabinet. Weighing about 68 pounds and only 15.7 inches deep, it fits almost anywhere. You will experience perfect vision: Samsung’s DLP projection TV delivers unmatched brightness, contrast levels, and color accuracy, plus full digital convergence and a host of top-notch features. Its sleek design and lightweight construction also make this monitor possiblythe most attractive and versatile TV your home has ever seen.

HDTV with DLP technology
Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology is found in leading digital cinemas the world over. The heart of DLP technology is a micro-display panel no larger than a postage stamp, which integrates 921,600 microscopic mirrors to deliver eye-popping, high-definition detail, color, and clarity. Samsung applies the magic of DLP technology to your home theater via its patented, compact optical engine that replaces the large, heavy picture tubes found in direct-view sets. Best of all, Samsung DLP projection TVs are lighter, more affordable, and use far less power than plasma TVs. Now you can enjoy the spine-tingling thrills of digital television in a sleek, tabletop design that’s significantly smaller, lighter, and brighter than a conventional projection TV. Samsung’s advanced convergence technologies also make DLP projection TVs compatible with your HDTV tuner, PC, DVD, game console, VCR, camcorder, digital camera, and much more.

Samsung optical engine
Samsung’s patented optical engine ensures maximum brightness, flicker-free video, detailed text, and still images, and a full 160-degree viewing angle. DLP micro-display technology and Samsung’s proprietary Bent Light Lens System give you a big-screen TV without the big-screen hassle. Its ultra-slim, ultra-lightweight design lets you put it virtually anywhere. And its optical engine is durable, long-lasting, and never needs calibrating.

Digital perfection
DLP technology is the only display solution that enables projection systems to create a purely digital connection between a digital video or graphic source and the screen in front of you. The surface of the DLP panel is covered with almost a million micro-mirrors (1280 x 720) that act as pixels. This incredibly high pixel count creates a striking, digital image with seamless resolution, amazing detail, and brilliant, lifelike colors. And because the pixels are less than one micron apart, you won’t notice the "screen door" effect apparent with other TVs.

Ultra-smooth action
Samsung’s DLP micro-mirrors can switch on and off over 5,000 times a second--that’s up to 10 times faster than other micro-displays. This allows DLP Projection TV to smoothly and accurately display fast-switching content like HDTV and DVD.

Brighter and clearer
At 400 cd/m2, DLP outshines other micro-display technologies for a bright, clear picture, with incredible contrast and color accuracy. Its unique optical engine preserves the intensity of the original image with vibrant colors and rich, deep blacks. Its high, 1000:1 contrast ratio makes for ideal color separation and crisp, detailed images. That’s why Samsung's DLP projection TV is perfect for any source material that demands minute detail, such as HDTV, computer images, and DVDs.

Consistent screen image
The DLP projection TV is much more durable than competing technologies because the display doesn’t physically age or deteriorate. Its ultra-high-pressure lamp delivers consistent light output and picture quality throughout its long lifespan.

Cinema progressive scan and 3:2 pulldown
The cinema progressive scan enhancement automatically upconverts all nondigital signals to a smooth, clear 720 lines of progressive scan. The 3:2 pulldown feature is a must for any movie enthusiast. It analyzes each frame of video, removing unclear frames that were added during the transfer from film to video. These added frames cause blurring, stuttering, and other motion artifacts, especially during fast-action sequences. 3:2 pulldown eliminates them and gives your DVDs a look and feel that’s much closer to film. Cinema progressive scan with 3:2 pulldown is powered by Faroudja’s patented DCDi video processing on Samsung DLP projection TVs.

1280 x 720 progressive display quality
Samsung delivers flicker-free, static images, thanks to its all-format conversion system. Progressive scan is a must for rock-steady text, still images, and smooth action sequences.

Wide viewing angle
Left side, right side, or upside-down--whatever your location, Samsung DLP projection TVs allow you to see any display clearly, thanks to its 160-degree-wide viewing angle. Unlike traditional projection TVs, the image doesn’t get darker as you move away from the center.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, two AAA batteries, and user's manual. ... Read more


  • 43-inch widescreen projection HDTV with Digital Micromirror Device; 40.5 x 29.7 x 15.7 inches (W x H x D)
  • Faroudja film mode 3:2 pull down enhancement
  • 2-tuner PIP with side by side split screen
  • 30-watt stereo audio system; Virtual Dolby sound
  • Instruction book, remote control included

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Abolutely awesome picture!!!
Your search is over! The Samsung 43" HDTV monitor has spectacular HDTV digital picture quality! Digital light processing (DLP) is a significant advancement in digital imaging technology; noticeably better than both plasma and liquid crystal displays. This monitor is the centerpiece of my home theater. Unexpectedly, it is a shoehorn fit into a 38" wide cabinet opening. My cabinet was originally designed for a traditional 36" tube.

The Samsung 43" monitor depth is approximately 15.7", therefore it cannot hang on a wall, like a 5" thick plasma or LCD display. If this is acceptable, DLP is superior in every essential picture related factor. It weighs a meager 65 lbs. It is cheaper in price and cannot suffer from "burn-in", in comparison to a plasma display. It has a user replaceable lamp that Samsung estimates will last 8,000 hours. Brightness is exceptionally good, even with sunlight entering the room.

Traditional direct view or cathode ray tubes (CRT) are relics of a bygone era, but are relatively cheap. CRT size is limited, yet sales may linger for a while longer. CRTs will become extinct, as DLP prices become comparable. Some manufacturers' claims that a CRT can display HDTV 1080i images is misleading. I think the tuners simply accept and convert an HDTV component signal by downgrading it to the lesser capability of an analog CRT. (See Consumer Reports magazine reviews.)

Texas Instruments is the manufacturer of the core DLP microprocessor technology. Today is 11/3/2003. DLP HDTV monitors are available from Samsung, RCA, Mitsubishi, Optoma and LG Electronics. More manufacturers are bound to introduce monitors using this DLP technology, while others may hesitate to license the key chip from an outside source.

In my humble opinion, plasma deserves a solid A-, whereas DLP should get an A+. I am a pro-consumer who did his homework. I am not a professional reviewer, nor do I have any special interest or bias favoring a particular manufacturer or technology. I love to watch very high quality TV in my home theater. I rent an HDTV decoder from Comcast and found HDTV picture sources are unbelievable. The best DVDs produce a very enjoyable B+ picture, but a true HDTV picture is breathtaking. Ultimately, all broadcast television must meet minimum HDTV standards.

DLP prices depend upon Texas Instrument's ability to mass produce DLP processors - outpacing a booming demand is a key pricing factor. If price trends are like computer microprocessors, then plasma and LCD will have an uphill struggle to compete with DLP sales.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best!
I purchased this set in November '03 after doing about 3 months research and visiting Best Buy etc. to view picture quality and technology comparisons. I settled on the Samsung DLP (43") to fit the opening in my wall cabinet. I wish I could have gotten a bigger model, however, it would have cost me $1600 to remodel my built-in wall cabinet. I have Direct TV and installed a roof antenna for my local stations(Direct TV doesn't broadcast in HD for local stations). The picture quality is astounding.

It beats Plasma and any other picture technology 2-1. HD Net, Discovery Channel HD, ESPN HD, and all the other HD channels available are sharp and without any type of distortion to my critical eye. The roof antenna brings in the local channels (about 60 miles away in Cleveland) as if they were HD coming off the satellite.

I have a Samsung HD 931 DVD player which is connected to the TV via a DVI cable. What a difference between my present picture and the one I got from my old analog TV.

I have a Samsung SR T165 HD receiver box and I am very dissappointed with its user interface with the 2 antenna feeds.
Although it provides the above mentioned great reception, it is very cumberson to use when surfing.

In conclusion, The Samsung DLP is a dream. I can't imagine how they can improve on the quality and clarity of this set, but I'm sure they will. The closer you sit to this set the clearer the picture becomes.

So far I have had no problems with the TV and have not adjusted the set as it came from the factory.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best TV on market
I purchased this TV after a year of research on Plasma and LCD. In store personal comparisons showed better pictures than the prior two technologies at less than half the price. I think DLP technology is the first step in making HD televisions affordable. This tv is light and thin to compared to CRT and the picture when seen in true high definition is stunning. Even non HD siganls are best I've ever seen. I have two friends who bought plasma tv,s who say DVD images are perfect, but regular tv is terrible. I don't kow if this is the TV or too advanced a cble connection. Either way, this is not happening with this tv or my connections. I've not witnessed any rainbow or other image problems others have mentioned. I hooked up my Cablevision IO HD box with component Video/audio and my DVD using DVI cable. The fact that there is almost no wasted space on left, right and top sides allows you to fit as much picture as possible in the smallest space. I've nothing but a positive review of this TV and would advise purchase to anyone. Plasma is just not worth it, unless you have to have a wall mount. With the money I saved buying this, I purchased a beautiful antique entertainment center to hold it and more. Very happy I found this.


5-0 out of 5 stars I love this HDTV but I¿m returning it.
I love this HDTV but I'm returning it.
Although I did over a year of research and I'm happy, I picked this over a flatscreen LCD (not taking a chance on dead pixels), Plasma (not taking a chance on burn ins and they don't last long enough) or LCD projection (dead pixels), or LcOs (technology is not perfected) I'm returning it. First of all the HLN437W you see at Circuit City is not what gets delivered to your house; I called Samsung and what you'll get is actually the upgraded HLN437W1XX (does not say so on the box, its on the sticker to the right of the screen) THE SALES PEOPLE DON'T KNOW THIS! The menu is improved and the remote control is different but the real change has been made to the component inputs in the rear. They now all support all input resolutions (1080i, 720, 480p, 480i, etc.). The sets that come out this June are just slightly different but the technology is the same.

So why am I returning it?
Well the HD picture is stunning but regular broadcast is very poor. I've tried a bunch of different connections and called Samsung. The Monster S-video connector is the best but the clarity of detail is worse than what I get on my 12 year old ProScan and that is not acceptable. DVDs look great but most of my use will come from watching regular broadcast. Now keep in mind that THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH HD BROADCAST STATIONS TO WARRANT A $3,100 PURCHASE (TV plus warrantee). Even though the major networks broadcast in HD the original format (Beta) is simply broadcast as HD. True HD (Discovery Channel) if far superior and widescreen but there are not enough stations like Discovery. One other thing to mention is that you can only view this TV at eye level. It is unviewable from above or from the sides.

DVI warning.
They are going to try to sell you a DVI cable for $100 and sure it is great but your eye won't tell the difference between that and component. Also the dirty little secret of the DVI connection is that it defaults to 1080i ONLY, that means that your regular broadcast will look horrible because the native resolution (see the review of this unit) is 720 and with the DVI hookup you can't change it on a Pioneer Voyager 3510 box. Period. Also Time Warner does not support DVI, so you're back to either component which is poor or S-video which is just okay.

Ghosting, Rainbow Effect. Fan Noise. Picture-in-picture
Have seen ghosting on some stations and it is very annoying. No rainbow effect. Only a little fan noise that I can live with. PIP does not work because you're using a cable box.

Pushes Red.
Yes but overall the colors are vibrant the blacks are great and there is no screendoor effect you just have to deal with the pixilization from poor broadcast viewing.

A Plea to Samsung, The Cable Companies (TimeWarner), HD box makers (Pioneer) and Merchants (Circuit City)
TALK TO EACH OTHER! There is a lack of understanding as to how things work together and the consumer-yes even we techno savvy guys-should not have to spend hours on the phone (if you don't work from home try getting Samsung on the phone at night or during the weekend when you want to tweak your set; the people at Time Warner really don't know much; Pioneer posts no phone numbers on their website and the sales people only know what the reps tell or fail to tell them). Samsung Customer Care people are great and very knowledgeable but it is quite disconcerting that none of them (Samsung employees) own DLPs or any of their high end TVs. It turns out that these guys say they can't afford them-that is truly sad, almost shameful on Samsung's part.

Do not enter your Service Menu.
If you make and changes you immediately void your Warrantee. Period.

I simply can't see spending the money when the broadcasters have not caught up to Samsung. I'm buying a 27" analog CRT this weekend and waiting for two years.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good TV IF The Bulb Doesn't Go Bad
My Samsung DLP is 90 Days Old and the bulb already went out. I estimate it had about 600 hours before it just wouldn't work anymore. A new bulb is $200 and should last 8,000 hours. Samsung is replacing the bulb for free but I am without a TV for 15-25 days. Hopefully it is only the bulb and nothing else with this Sansung 43" DLP. ... Read more

142. Samsung 900 IFT 19" CRT Monitor
list price: $459.99
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Asin: B00004Z9IV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 43983
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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  • 1,920 x 1,440 maximum resolution at 64 Hz, 1,280 x 1,024 at 85 Hz recommended
  • 0.20-millimeter horizontal dot pitch
  • Invar shadow mask
  • Smart III antistatic, antiglare treatment
  • Display Director onscreen controls; plug-and-play compatibility

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars ok monitor
I've owned this monitor since it first came out. The only problem is the it scratches very easily, just when using the recommended soft cloth and glass cleaner. I don't know if Samsung has corrected this issue or not, but please check and see. You don't want to be stuck with scratches on your monitor like me.

4-0 out of 5 stars Thank You AMAZON.COM!
First, I must thank I couldn't believe I just found it on Amazon. - No joke, I had checked more than 50 sites to look for 900IFT 19" monitor. Nobody had it. (...)

Anyway, 900IFT gives me more clear and balanced ranges of colors than my old GDM F500. On 900IFT, bright and white color balance with flater screen is outstanding. I was used vivid and yellowish tones with F500 for 3 years, so first few hours were uncomfortible with 900IFT. F500 produces sharper text than 900IFT but 900IFT "ROCKS" on 3D images in games.
I thought AG could only draw quality pictures until I found 900IFT. I was worng.
Again, Thanks Amazon.

5-0 out of 5 stars SyncMaster 900IFT
I have been very pleased with this monitor. The high refresh rate seems to offer very little flicker, and the big screen is great.

So far, there have been no reliability problems with this unit, and it is used daily, and never turned off -- just in sleep mode. I purchased the extended warranty through Best Buy, not noting that the unit came with a three year manufacturers warranty. Perhaps, the earlier reviewers experience with Samsung's service makes that investment a good one.

3-0 out of 5 stars Bad Warrantee Service
For the first couple of hours, the monitor looked good, but then the display started to shake within a day, and finally collapsed. Called Samsung warrantee, and they said they could only replace it with a refurbished one. If I wanted a refurbished one out of the box, I would have paid a refurbished price! To top it off, after the first year the warrantee says I must pay shipping BOTH ways. I guess Samsung gets so many of these returned that they cannot afford the shipping to replace them. If they built a good monitor in the first place, they wouldn't have to worry about shipping. ... Read more

143. Samsung 18.1"180T Analog/Digital LCD Monitor
list price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B00005RWGT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
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  • 18.1-inch viewable screen size
  • Accepts analog RGB and DVI-Digital Single Link inputs
  • 1280 x 1024 active native resolution, 0.281mm dot pitch
  • 160-degree viewing angle
  • Supports PC, Mac, and Sun Microsystems platforms

144. SAMSUNG SyncMaster 172W 17-inch LCD Monitor
list price: $749.99
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Asin: B000083KB8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 23733
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • The intense, brilliant colors give off a brightness of 450 cd/m3 , for 16.2 million fantastic colors
  • Three separate brightness modes specifically for PC, Internet and entertainment applications
  • Slim new design, with retractable base and dual inputs for space-saving comfort
  • Razor-sharp image display thanks to the 16 - 9 aspect ratio and a 400 - 1 contrast ratio
  • Wider viewing angle of up to 140 degree horizontal & 110 degrees vertical

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor if you can get a good price
I bought this monitor about 6 months ago when it was a little more available and priced competitively with 4:3 aspect ratio monitors. Too bad wide screens have not caught on in 17" size because I love it. The eyes work much better scanning horizontally, and I like the ability to have 2 applications side by side.

The colors, brightness and contrast on this monitor are outstanding. Very good resolution on fonts compared with other LCD's in its price range. Speakers are adequeate for web browsing and office application sounds. Form factor is beautiful. And you just can't compare watching a widescreen DVD on a 4:3 with this monitor (although it's actually a 15:9, not a 16:9).

Highly recommended if you can get it close to five bills like I did.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Picture, when all the pixels work
I bought this monitor to replace my old 17in flat screen monitor and I don't regret it. This is a great monitor when its functioning correctly; However, When I recieved mine, it already had a dead pixel right in the center. In the last 2 weeks I have had it 3 more dead pixels have appear, so I only have one more dead pixel to go before I can replace it. So, I am just giving you a slight warning so your not caught off gaurd like I was. Good luck.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent monitor upgrade with the right graphics card...
I bought this monitor to replace a Viewsonic PF790 19", and I am cherishing the desk space I have regained! I haven't noticed the difference in screen real estate as I was running that monitor at a similar resolution. The built-in speakers are okay, but I have kept my existing external speakers. I have a TNT2-Ultra Nvidia graphics card, and after downloading the right drivers, I was able to use the full WXGA 1280x768 resolution over the VGA connection.
The onscreen menus are very easy to use, and the image is always sharp and clear. I am using it with Windows XP, and a little ClearText fine-tuning was required.
I have not mounted it to a wall, but it is very simple to do as it comes with a mounting plate. The extra real estate is nice, especially for Movie Maker 2.
I can't recommend this unique monitor highly enough. This is a cheaper alternative to a similar Sony model that has all the circuitry to accept different sources, and thus makes the Sony more costly.
There is another quick review at CNET of this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor...but...
This is a fantastic monitor, but the advertised resolution is not accurate. It supports 1280 x 768. I'm having problems getting it to work with my video card at that unusual resolution. I may have to get a new card, but I am waiting for responses from ATI and Samsung. ... Read more

145. Samsung 210T 21" LCD Monitor (Silver)
list price: $3,909.99
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Asin: B00005RWGU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 32939
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The SyncMaster 210T provides 21 inches of high-resolution digital video quality. Based on an active matrix TFT LCD screen with a 0.27-millimeter dot pitch, this monitor provides large viewing capability in a compact package.

With a native resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 pixels in analog and digital mode, this monitor delivers crisp, 16.7-million-color pictures. A wide 160-degree viewing angle displays an excellent picture from nearly anywhere.

Analog and Digital inputs are available for best picture quality, and Composite and S-Video inputs allow you to watch VHS or DVD movies on your monitor without additional computer hardware. OSD controls let you customize viewing options for the most comfortable viewing experience possible. Adjustable Picture-in-Picture and Picture-below-Picture are also offered for convenience.

This flat-screen monitor is covered by a three-year parts and labor warranty. ... Read more


  • 21.6-inch viewable screen size
  • 0.270-millimeter dot pitch
  • 1,600 x 1,200 active native resolution
  • Digital, analog, composite, and S-video inputs
  • Resizeable picture-in-picture and picture-below-picture

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Big, Bright and Sharp in a Conventional Aspect Ratio
This monitor is huge. And bright. The contrast is amazing, and the colors don't budge with your eye in one corner of the monitor looking across it, so I can almost believe the 170 degree viewing angle claim. I find it works better a little further back than most LCDs I've been used to due to the relatively large pixel pitch resulting from 1600x1200 at 21.3" diagonal. Larger monitors further back are easier on the eyes because they don't require close focusing which causes strain. This monitor is the smaller sibling of the 240T, which is an otherwise identical monitor, with identical height and pixel size, but with a 24" diagonal at 1920x1200 resolution. My wife and I are both computer professionals, and we have one of each at home. For working on the computer, the 240T is almost too large, and the extra width is all but unusable because windows at the sides of the screen seem far away.

This monitor, like the 240T, accepts S-Video and composite (not component) video input, and does a reasonable job of de-interlacing and scaling. The major difference is that the 240T is high enough resolution for full 1080 format HDTV (1920x1080 pixels, 16:9 letterbox aspect ratio), which can be input via either DVI or VGA. This monitor, the 210T, can only manage 1600x900 for letterbox; both run 1600x1200 for regular TV 4:3 aspect ratio.

DVDs played through the computer's DVD player and scaled by a decent graphics card look much better than those coming from S-video when there aren't too many motion artifacts (see my review of WinDVD 4); but many DVDs play so poorly on PC home theater DVD players that I fall back on the regular DVD player through S-video fairly regularly. For computer connections, DVI input is much much sharper than VGA input; if you get this monitor, it's worth upgrading to a graphics card with DVI output. Contrary to the manuals of the monitors and graphics cards, both the Radeon 9000 Pro 128MB and the Radeon 9700 Pro 128MB model had no problem driving the 240T and 210T at their full resolutions in DVI mode at the monitor's native 60Hz refresh rate.

I'd like to see Samsung's new DVD HD931 player that provides progressive format (de-interlaced) DVI output, which should be optimal for this monitor (and the 240T). The home theater review sites love the HD931 player and the whole concept of connecting via DVI. The only reason I don't have the DVD HD931 is that the monitor only has a single DVI input, and it's in an awkard, though space-saving, vertical arrangment. Turns out that DVI routers are expensive, so plugging in two DVI inputs to a single monitor doesn't seem practical yet.

The best part is that this is the second giant LCD I ordered by Samsung and both came with zero stuck or dead pixels, which is just amazing.

This is the silver one. There's also a black one. ... Read more

146. Samsung SyncMaster 910v 19" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $809.00
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Asin: B00026IJZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 17484
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  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles; 25 ms response time
  • 800:1 contrast ratio, 260 nits of brightness
  • MagicBright and MagicTune technology; wall mountable
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3 year warranty

147. Samsung 570B 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00005RWGL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 57130
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  • 1024 x 768 max resolution, 0.297mm dot pitch
  • Full 15-inch viewable screen
  • Advanced image scaling
  • One-touch automatic screen adjustment
  • Pivot technology for easy viewing adjustments

148. Samsung 15'' 151N LCD Monitor ( 151N-SILVER )
list price: $439.00
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Asin: B00007FCVF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 148286
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Product Description

Samsung is redefining sleek with the new SyncMaster 151N-Silver, incorporating a narrow bezel just 0.5" thin. With a removable base and sleek dimensions, the 151N-Silver is designed to be lined side-by-side or stacked on top of other 151N monitors for a continuous flow of virtually uninterrupted data. ... Read more


  • 15'' viewable image size
  • 1024x768 resolution
  • 330
  • 1 contrast ratio

149. SAMSUNG 174V 17-inch LCD Monitor - Black

Asin: B0000DCRH9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 27892
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Samsung's SyncMaster 174V offers a broad, 17-inch screen and renders razor-sharp images in 1,280 x 1,024 native/maximum resolution. Image quality is enhanced by the monitor's high (450:1) contrast ratio, peak brightness of 270 candelas/square meter, fine (0.264 mm) pixel pitch, and wide (150 by 120 degrees, horizontal/vertical) viewing angles.

The 174V also boasts a slim design--just 6.9 inches, including the stand--as well as a built-in "power brick" AC to DC adapter, so there's no bulky wall wart to hog space on your power strip. An analog RGB input accommodates your PC, Macintosh, or Sun Microsystems computer, and the monitor's VESA-standard (100 mm) holes allow wall mounting.

What's in the Box
LCD monitor, AC power cable, RGB video cable, and a user's manual ... Read more


  • Tack sharp 1280 x 1024 native resolution
  • Pixel Pitch -0.264 mm
  • Brightness -270 cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio -450 - 1
  • Viewing Angle -150 Horizontal - 120 Vertical Degrees

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor
Great Monitor! Bright, vivid colors, and razor sharp resolution. A best buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor
Great Monitor! Brught, vivid colors, and razor sharp resolution. A Best buy. ... Read more

150. Samsung 19IN/18.0V 26MM 1600 X 1200 68Hz Ultraclear High 955SL Syncmaster Monitor
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B00004Z9EZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 33497
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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You want a dazzling screen but you also want to save room on your deskfor personal expression. Samsung designed the Ultra Clear High 955SL SyncMastermonitor with a shorter depth to leave more desk space. They combined that withplug-and-play convenience in a 19-inch screen to optimize your graphics withintense color and flat-screen technology. This monitor delivers the sharp textand images that you expect without the usual curvature of other monitors.

For designers and business owners who want to maximize their options foradvanced imaging and high-speed interactivity, the 955SL monitor featuresintense color saturation in 0.26-millimeter dot pitch with a maximumflicker-free resolution of 1,600 by 1,200 dpi at 68 Hz. Samsung highlights DynaFlat flatscreen design in an invar shadow-mask tube with antireflective coating for anaccurate picture with no visible curvature. Users can further customize theiroptions with innovative digital onscreen controls on the 18-inch viewable flatscreen. Onscreen digital user controls adjust position, size, linearity,parallel, tilt, moiré, color temperature, color control, focus, recall,contrast, brightness, horizontal/vertical size/position, zoom in/out, all ofwhich provide practical working convenience.

High-resolution capabilities, crisp focus and vivid colors, and low heat andpower consumption are united in the 955SL displayed through Ultra Clearoptimized glass. With plug-and-play compatibility, the 955SL is compatible withWindows (a Macintosh adapter is available by mail). With solid dimensions ofapproximately 18 by 18 by 16 inches and a weight of 45 pounds, the unit fitscomfortably into most office plans. The monitor parts, labor, and picture tubeare all supported by a limited three-year warranty. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Top performing monitor at any price
Buying a monitor over the internet isn't an easy task. Unlike with other computer components that are decided based on function, a monitor is picked based on it's appearance. If you run dual monitors, such as I, buying two of them is twice as hard as buying one! I did my research on monitors before selecting the Samsung 955SL, but none of this research could point me to the ultimate affirmation to buy. I couldn't rely on user opinions because they were both good and bad. So I did the obvious thing.. I took a chance on Samsung, and I'm happy to report that I'm 100% satisfied with all aspects of this monitor. The colors are vibrant, the contrast is clear and robust. The critical part for me was the sharpness, and in this category the 955SL is just about a perfect device. I have not seen a sharper monitor from any vendor at any price. I'm thrilled with this purchase, and both of the 955 SL's sit proudly on my desk. I can look at these monitors for hours and hours without problems, and they are priced at the low end, not the mid or high end. If you have been considering this monitor, consider no further. It won't let you down. Just keep in mind that you'll need a quality video card to get the best from the monitor. I run dual VooDoo3 2000 cards and they really like this monitor too. You'll also like the onscreen controls. While a bit complex, they have some really great adjustments such as "Clear Moire" and "Focus" just to name a few.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super Clear !
I've been using computer monitors for a while, but since i'm fairly athletic, i was constantly annoyed by looking at the monitor! (even though my monitor(s) were easy on the eyes "short term ") I was also frusterated cuz I had to carry around some eye glasses for long terms, I considered buying a monitor, but those usually run steep, while browsing on amazon and the net, I found the Samsung 19IN/18.0V 26MM 1600X1200 68Hz Syncmaster 955Sl Ultraclear High . It's the coolest, brightest I've ever used! Images are clearer and brighter. People say it'll say that all monitors are the same, but really, it isn't. The easy menu feature is easy to navigate, as is the phone book. 5 thumbs up While taking up less space than a traditional 15" monitors, the bad news is that the Deflection is low about 100° ... :) ... Read more

151. Samsung SyncMaster 710n 17" LCD Monitor (Ivory)
list price: $529.00
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Asin: B00026IHAC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 35308
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  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 160-degree horizontal viewing
  • 300 nits of brightness, 600:1 contrast ratio
  • 12 ms response time; MagicTune and MagicBright functions
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

152. Samsung Monitor (512N) (512N)

Asin: B0006SEAK2
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Samsung
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153. Samsung 757MB 17" CRT Monitor (Ivory)
list price: $279.99
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Asin: B00006LLIS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 43569
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  • 1,920 x 1,440 resolution at 64 Hz
  • 0.25 mm dot pitch
  • Perfectly flat view screen
  • Modern space-saving design
  • 3-year warranty

154. Samsung ML-1651N Laser Printer
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00005QCTA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 38854
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The ML-1651N laser printer is a quick, efficient laser printer that can meet your home and office needs. Printing 17 pages per minute and having a maximum 1,200-sheet capacity, it can handle even the largest jobs. Advanced PCL6 emulation, a 144 MB RAM capacity, and a 166 MHz processor ensure that the ML-1651N will remain a powerful printer well into the future.

The ML-1651N is network ready with a PortThru Network Interface Card and SyncThru network management software, and it offers full compatibility with various network environments.

Even in implementing its multitude of options, Samsung did not ignore the importance of printing ability. At 1,200 dots per inch and optional PostScript Level 3 compatibility, the ML-1651N offers exceptional print quality. Additional printing functions such as watermark, overlay, poster printing, and N-up are available.

The ML-1651N installs easily into an available IEEE 1284 parallel port or USB port. It is compatible with Windows 95 and above, Mac OS 8.0 and above, and Redhat 6.0 and above. ... Read more


  • 1,200 dpi resolution, 17 ppm print speed
  • 16 MB memory expandable to 144 MB
  • 500-sheet paper cassette
  • USB and parallel; PortThru NIC card with SyncThru network management software
  • Windows, Macintosh, and Linux compatible

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5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this printer
This is an excellent printer, you won't be disappointed. I run this on a Linux network, without trouble. The configuration tool runs under Windows, so you'll need to have a Windows machine handy to run it. ... Read more

155. Samsung SyncMaster 171S 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B000065BWK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 21175
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The SyncMaster 171S is an ideal display for both home and professional applications. Its slim design, built-in power supply, and wide viewing angles permit easy placement anywhere in your office. Its full 17-inch viewing area optimizes graphics with intense color, rich contrast, and high brightness.

For applications requiring advanced imaging and high-speed interactivity, the 171S features a 0.264mm dot pixel pitch with a maximum (native) resolution of 1,280 x 1,024. Clarity and crispness are ensured, thanks to 250 cd/m2 brightness and a 350:1 contrast ratio. The wide viewing angles of 160 degrees horizontal and 120 degrees vertical provide a comfortable showing for your office visitors, without their having to sit directly in front of the monitor.

The dimensions are a compact 17.5 by 18.0 by 8.2 inches, including the stand, and the monitor weighs less than 12 pounds, so it fits comfortably and positions easily on your desk. The 171S supports Windows, Macintosh, and Sun Microsystems operating systems. It supports touch-installable as an added option. The monitor parts, labor, and backlight are all backed by a limited three-year warranty. ... Read more


  • TFT active matrix technology
  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264-millimeter dot pitch
  • 350:1 contrast ratio
  • VESA wall-mounting; space-saving, slim design
  • Optional USB hub; 3-year warranty

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1-0 out of 5 stars Proof that low price does not mean good value
An unfortunately case of stylish monitor is no better than its vanity looks. Seven dead pixels on arrival, unresponsive controls, washed out colors (and no black!), and an general feeling of cheapness. Definitely stay away if you make a living as a graphic artist.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reviewing 171v so be patient
I purchased a model that is very similar to this's the 171v. I'm new to flat screen LCD monitors so I'm not into all of the techno-hype. I just know I love this monitor! The clarity is unreal. It replaced a "regular" 17" monitor and it's very nice how true the measurements are when you switch to this type of monitor. I can't tell you how easy it is to use while adjusting, but I can say it was easy to install. I just plugged it in.

One note...change the size of your display to make it clearer. When it's as large as it was during the "default" stage, it was blurry and I was concerned. That simple adjustment made my swimming fish a bit more clear.

5-0 out of 5 stars Samsung SyncMaster 171S 17" LCD Monitor
I work all day in front of my PC, mainly web surfing, XL and Word to write books and reports. It is especially important when I work that I can see two pages "side by side" and "read" as if using sheet paper. I am not a games player.

I noticed with my classic CRT monitor that
1/ my eyes were itching and watering
2/ I was "hunching forward" to read and getting a stiff neck
3/ I was getting frequent headaches.

The Samsung solved all these problems. I can now work all day without discomfort or itchy eyes. It is also helpful when manipulating several windows (XL and word, or word and a photo editor). Not to mention the reclaimed real estate on my desk. Pricewise, it's the best for my needs as I don't need bells and whistles.

If you are a home office worker, this is the monitor for you!

3-0 out of 5 stars nice monitor, but flickers and screen colors fade
I got this monitor and after a few days i noticed the colors fade sometimes, almost how my old 15 inch crt monitor used to flicker. is this normal?
other than that the monitor is very easy to use and sets up well and has a nice picture. I have never had a lcd monitor before so I am not sure if this fading of the colors is normal or not. I tried to return it on Amazon and it told me that their system is down right now for this service.
If all lcd's are like this I might just return this and get a 15 inch lcd since they are twice as inexpensive.

5-0 out of 5 stars good LCD choice.
The quality is pretty good, slim design. looks no difference with 171B, the contrast rate is a bit lower for a 17 LCD but the text and figure looks clear and sharp enough. The best thing is the price. At this price this one is really a good deal. ... Read more

156. Samsung 957 MB 19" CRT Monitor
list price: $429.99
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Asin: B000071WDM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 17280
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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  • Up to 1,920 x 1,440 resolution
  • 0.20 mm horizontal dot pitch
  • 3 brightness modes for PC, Internet, and entertainment applications
  • PC, Mac, Sun, and Unix compatible
  • 3-year warranty

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2-0 out of 5 stars Two stars for great color and brightness
Like most people buying this monitor, I read alot of positive reviews that influenced my decision to buy this monitor. After hooking up the monitor and turning it on, I was amazed at the brightness and color quality. I noticed that the geometry needed just a little correction. I downloaded the Nokia Monitor Test (Ntest.exe) to help calibrate the monitor. As suggested by the tool, it said to wait for the monitor to warm up before calibrating it.

Unfortunately, during the next 30 minutes or so, the geometry of the monitor became progressively worse. The moire was absolutely terrible. While the center of the monitor had great picture quality, the edges looked squished at any resolution wider than 1024. I verified this fact by opening a small window with text and moving the window from the edge to the center and back while measuring the width.

No amount of fiddling with the geometry & moire controls could fix the problem. Any resolution above 1024x768 resulted in a distored picture. I am very disappointed with this monitor and I sent it back to Amazon. I guess I'm just used to the perfect geometry of the Sony Trinitron monitors. I currently have a GDM-400 19", but the red electron gun went bad...

The only other monitors I have considered are the Dell P1130 (a 21" Trinitron CRT) and the Samsung 172x (a 17" LCD).

5-0 out of 5 stars Overall best 19" CRT in my opinion
I own a DELL Inspiron with UXGA resolution I use it for Graphics design,Programming and watch DVD movies. It was tough for me to read code off my inspiron screen @ these high resolutions. So I was planning for a year to buy the best monitor that would suffice my needs.

Did quite a bit of monitor research before the purchase 'coz I did not want to end up with a lousy monitor attached to my laptop (extremely good configuration - ...). My electronics degree came in handy for this comparing game and after two weeks found this monitor to be good buy.(Though I think samsung shd reduce the price of this monitor atleast to [price]).

With this purchase Im satisfied so far and Quality of the images are very good for the price. The configuration is a snap (No setup disks) and once I tuned the color temperatures and other settings I did not look back at all.
Final one liner - This piece delivers all my expectations for a Home office. Im happy with the purchase hence the 5*s.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy this monitor if you have good hearing!
Yeah that's right, I said good hearing. This monitor emits a high-pitched squeal when lots of text is displayed on a white background on the screen. That means, most any time you look in Windows Explorer, and on many web pages. Go figure. I thought it was a problem with my particular monitor, so I RMA'd it and got another, which had the exact same problem. Guess I'll RMA this one too, and go back to the Samsung 955DF.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great 19" monitor
I just love this monitor. It also works with windows,mac,linux
and unix (a very important thing for me). Has a cool magic
bright feature which changes screen color intensity for
DVDs,Text,Presentations etc as desired. Very high resolutions and
refresh rates possible. Excellent for home use.Plus amazon sells
it for just $ 278, no shipping charges or taxes. A great deal
over all.

3-0 out of 5 stars Overrated--maybe I should return mine...
This monitor came so highly recommended. However, there are two serious problems with the monitor I received. (1) The top edge of the picture isn't coming out horizontal--it's bowed with the center higher than the edges. However, none of the adjustments allow for adjustment of bowing along the top or bottom edges. (2) Even worse--the left inch of the display is muddy--the colors come out a little browner (maybe a little redder) than the rest of the display. It doesn't look good. Also--along the same left inch--text gets a little skinnnier.

For the price of this monitor, I am disappointed. ... Read more

157. Samsung 211 MP 21" LCD Monitor
list price: $4,799.99
our price: $2,681.99
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Asin: B000075Y10
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 46304
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, 0.27 mm dot pitch
  • Ultra-rich 500:1 contrast ratio; fast 25-30 ms response time
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles; built-in modular TV tuner
  • HDTV ready; PC, component, S-video, RCA, RGB, and CVBS inputs
  • Compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Sun Microsystems

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3-0 out of 5 stars Good but not super
I just purchased this monitor to replace my Compaq 2025. I liked the integrated speakers and the TV tuner, picture in picture and so forth. The picture quality however is good but not as good as the Compaq and less than I expected after spending [this amount of money]. I like the 2025 better than this (and it's half the price). Maybe the combo idea is not that great after all and it's best to get a good LCD and a good TV (separate). ... Read more

158. Samsung Syncmaster 171S 17" LCD Monitor (Ivory)

Asin: B000069LHQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 30452
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 350:1 contrast ratio
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible
  • 3-year warranty

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Monitor
This monitor worth every penny. The color is natual and clear. Samsung has included a natural color software to adjust it so it will be compatible with your printer. The text is crisp and clean. Setup is fairly easy. Plug in the power and the analoug cable and you are ready to go. It is a kind of hard to adjust this monitor manually. Thanks to the auto adjust button, it will do the work for you. The monitor also comes with a three year limited warranty. The only problem with this monitor is that its manual is too simple. So, if you have any problem with setup, you are out of luck.

Overall, this is a very good monitor and I recommand it to everyone. It will be many years before I buy another monitor. ... Read more

159. Samsung 1100P+ Syncmaster Monitor
list price: $519.99
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Asin: B00004Z9Y9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 65351
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The Samsung 1100P+ gives you the big picture. If you are spending a lot oftime sitting in front of a computer, maybe a bigger screen is the answer. The1100P+ is a 21-inch monitor with 20-inch viewable screen.A 0.21-millimeter dotpitch transmits a higher concentration of color, and its video bandwidths(higher than the standard 1100P's) allow for a maximum resolution of 1,800 x1,440 at 75 Hz, without any flicker, to bring you ultraclear contrast andbrilliant colors.

The 1100P+ comes with two video inputs, both with D-sub and BNC connectors.It has a very good onscreen digital display controls--seven mountedmanual buttons are featured on a slide-out tray. There is even aninformation button that gives you confirmation of refresh rates.

The 1100P+ comes ready out of the box with plug-and-play compatibility forboth PC and Mac users. It meets the strictest industry standards for lowheat and low power consumption, including TCO '99. ... Read more


  • 21-inch (20-inch viewable) screen
  • 0.25-millimeter dot pitch
  • 1,800 x 1,440 maximum resolution at 75 Hz
  • Plug-and-play capability
  • Onscreen digital controls

160. Samsung 18IN/18.1V 28MM 1280X1024 75Hz Syncmaster 800 TFT
list price: $3,999.00
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Asin: B00004ZACF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
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