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21. SAMSUNG SIR-T451 High Definition
$246.99 $239.50 list()
22. Samsung YH-925GS 20 GB MP3 Player
$189.99 $184.50 list()
23. Samsung YP-T7Z 1 GB MP3 Player
$3,999.94 list()
24. Samsung LN-R408D 40" High-Definition
Too low to display $2,106.99 list($3,399.99)
25. Samsung HLP4663W 46" Widescreen
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26. Samsung HLR4667W 46" Widescreen
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27. Samsung Yepp YH-999 20 GB Portable
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28. Samsung HLP5067WX 50" DLP Projection
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29. Samsung SCD6550 DuoCam MiniDV
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30. Samsung HP-P3761 37" HDTV-Ready
$399.99 $329.00 list($499.99)
31. Samsung SV-5000W Worldwide VHS
$119.99 $109.00 list()
32. Samsung YP-MT6X 512 MB Digital
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33. Samsung DVD-HD850 UP Converter
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34. Samsung HLP6163W 61" HDTV Monitor
$2,000.00 list($4,199.99)
35. Samsung HL-P5085W 50" Widescreen
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36. Samsung SyncMaster 910t 19" LCD
$169.99 $154.99 list()
37. Samsung YP-MT6Z 1 GB Digital Audio
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38. Samsung ML1740 Laser Printer
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39. Samsung SCD6040 DuoCam MiniDV
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40. Samsung DVD-L300 10" Portable

21. SAMSUNG SIR-T451 High Definition Terrestrial Tuner

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Asin: B00064L1AI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 2566
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Features

  • Inputs/Outputs -DVI with HDCP -1 / Component (Y,PB,PR) Out -1 / S-Video Out -1 / Composite (RCA) Out -1 / Digital sound out (Optical/Coaxial) -1/1 /Analog (RCA) Out -2 / 1 RF Input -(ATSC, Cable band)
  • Decodes Dolby Digital? DTV broadcasts
  • Selectable DTV Output Formats (1080i/720p/480p/i)
  • Programmable Remote Control
  • Is QAM Capable

22. Samsung YH-925GS 20 GB MP3 Player

our price: $246.99
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Asin: B0007M6104
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 1310
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

* plays MP3, WMA, and Audible files * 20GB hard drive memory holds approximately * PlaysForSure compatibility--plays downloaded music files from compatible music sources, like MSN Music, Musicmatch, MusicNow, Napster, and more * supports JPEG image files * 26,000-color 1-1/8" backlit LCD screen * built-in microphone * up to 10 hours playback with built-in lithium-polymer rechargeable battery * 4-1/4"H x 2-7/16"W x 3/4"D * ... Read more

Features

  • Internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 10 hours of battery life
  • Compact, lightweight 20 GB hard drive multimedia player
  • Compatible with MP3 and WMA; also Secure WMA from online services
  • View JPEG photos and album cover art via 1.8-inch LCD
  • Line-in recording from voice or CD/cassette to MP3

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Samsung Takes On Ipod
About a month ago I bought the ipod 60gig photo with all the accessories; this set me back over five hundred bucks. I bought it because everyone told me it was the best on the market. I must congratulate Apple on making a piece of garbage! Plain and simple. Couple with iTunes and I rest my case.
Today I bought the Samsung YH-925GS. I Love it. Clear crisp sound, no distortion at high levels, SRS and WOW capabilities, all of which Apple have omitted from their gadget.
Don't believe what the manual that came with the Samsung about having to use Napster to transfer music, you can use Windows Media 10 and Musicmatch, the latter being the simplest!
One criticsm. I use, or am trying to use Napster to Go. But right now the unit does not support it and Napster are waiting for a firmware update. Nothing on the box to indicate this, nothing on the website.
Apart from that....flawless...buy one!

4-0 out of 5 stars Napster not required to transfer music
I have had this player for just over two weeks now and have found it easy to use. Unlike what some other reviewers have said, the Napster software is not a must if you want to transfer music to this player. Windows Media Player 10 works just fine. The product manual from Samsung seems to be the cause of the confusion, since it does not do a good job of explaining this. Although the manual gives detailed instructions on how to sign up and use Napster to transfer music, it does not provide any details on how to use WMP 10. You can import your music into WMP 10 and use the Sync feature to upload music into this player - it works just fine.

The player supports Secure WMA and the line-in recording feature is useful to have, if you want to digitize music from your tape and LP collection. I have not yet attempted to import Playlists into the player via WMP 10, though but I have read at least one other review on this site that states that you need the Napster software to import playlists. Assuming this to be a limitation of the product (and not of WMP 10), it still deserves 4 stars, as the sound is excellent and overall, the product appears to be easy to use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Do It! You Will Waste Your Money
This product is simply not ready for prime time.It's an expensive piece hardware that delivers little for the money other than sheer frustration!The reasons are as follows:

-In order to transfer music to it you have to sign up with Napster.What a complete MESS!Samsung has every right to use proprietary software, but they have a duty to make it workable without requiring a sign up over the Internet with a propritaryseller of songs.I would NEVER have bought this had I known the extent of the interconnection required to operate basic player features.

-There are far better players, at far less cost, that simply let you drag and drop your music from the hard drive of your computer to the player without all the excessive work of this Samsung model.Napster software constantly reported that it needed to stop Windows Media Player when WMP was not running!I even downloaded the latest version of Napster software - that only made it worse!When I finally gave up, I did a registry clean-up and there where over 100 corrupt registry entries from Napster and Samsung software.

-The mass storage device software is very poor.I have other removeable mass storage devices, from various makers, and they work just fine right out of the box!This one is more than useless.It's also slow, slow, slow, slow.It often takes up to a minute for the system to recognize it, if at all (that happened several times); a system with plenty of memory to spare (over 512 meg of memory), and in excess of 2g speed.

-The device is so "touchy" that it lost it's file system at least four times and I had to use the provided repair utility to get it to work again.It took me several times to get the repair utility to work.

-I have over 2 decades experience with computer hardware and software.I spent well over 15 hours trying to get this to work properly.It is not plug-and-play by ANY means.

This device suffers badly from very poor proprietary software that simply fights with the Windows operating system at every step.Samsung puts out some good products, but this one goes to the very bottom of the pile.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great player, could be better
Great player for a decent price.Excellent sound quality (and quite loud), great build quality, 8 hour battery life isn't bad, but could be much better.Navigating the device is fairly straight forward, but unfortunately there are no dedicated buttons for volume adjustment.The player has a few problems correctly displaying and reading ID3 tag information, and rarely is able to sort an album by track number.Sometimes tracks are listed alphabetically by title, sometimes by track number, and sometimes it seems randomly listed, perhaps by filename.The player's database also incorrectly reads the Genre field of the ID3 tags, and usually displays duplicate genres such as one being "Rap" and another being "Rap (15)" - which I could understand, if the tracks were tagged using different software, but I had this happen within one album that somehow got split between the two genres.Also, be aware that since tracks are stored in a single folder on the device, having a track such as "01 - Artist - Intro.mp3" will prevent a song on a different album, with the same track number and title from the same artist, from transferring to the device at all.

USB host function worked flawlessly with my Canon S230 digital camera (when set from "Normal Transfer" to "P2P/Pictbridge Transfer").Fairly large 3MP photos that were transferred, loaded quickly into the photo viewer and displayed at a "fit-to-screen" size.I was, however, very disappointed by the "Album Cover" feature - album cover art cannot be displayed from the "Now Playing" screen, like the Toshiba Gigabeat F-Series & iPod Photo, but instead must be assembled into a slide-show using the provided software, that links the album cover with existing MP3s on the device.The finished slide-show album is then accessible only from the Photo/Slide-show section of the device, which therefore removes the functionality of sorting albums and skipping tracks within an album.This feature could have been implemented much better, with tighter integration into the normal audio section of the device, and roughly 50% of the slide-show albums I made wouldn't even play at all.However, regular photo viewing worked extremely well and photos resized with the provided software looked fairly decent on the small screen.Other features, such as the EQ worked rather well, but sound quality was better (and louder) with the EQ turned off.I have not used the MIC and Line-In MP3 encoder, or A-B repeat yet, but it seems that this function might be nice for students that wish to record a lecture, and later transcribe it.

Although the package is clearly labeled "XP Only", the device worked just fine on Windows 2000 Pro (SP4).The suggested method of song transfer is the included Napster software, which worked just fine once I upgraded to their newest version.Overall, Napster is a bulky music management solution that is very slow at transferring songs, and requires that you create a free account with the company and be online anytime you wish to use it.I quickly uninstalled Napster, and now use the non-U.S. version of Samsung's "Music Studio" (not included) which is similar, but more streamlined and works somewhat like Winamp.Windows Media Player is also suggested for transferring songs, though my 9 series insisted on converting existing MP3s into WMVs before transferring to the device.The WMVs did play just fine, and I'm assuming XP's 10 series would handle MP3s much better.

Hopefully, once the U.S. 1.0 firmware is released, they may or may not have addressed some of the issues in the devices functionality.Also, be sure to note, that no carrying case is provided, and currently only Noreve makes a case (though somewhat expensive) that properly fits this particular model.So while this device is extremely capable of being an excellent DAP, time will tell, if Samsung's upcoming firmware will make use of its potential.I'd also like to suggest comparing this player to Toshiba's Gigabeat F20 and F21, Samsung's upcoming YH-J70, and Mobiblu's VMP3 DVH-100 (if they are ever released for sale in the United States).

4-0 out of 5 stars Not A Bad MP3 Player....But Could Use Some Enhancements
I felt compelled to write a review on this MP3 player because it's just getting trashed by the public. I like most people own a Samsung cell phone & think the company produces very good products. I have an iPod & decided to get this MP3 Player because I was getting bored of my iPod. Samsung MP3 Players have been getting the worst reviews on Amazon.Com for its horrible software. Yes! It's true the software provided is horrible only for 1 reason. It's a great program except that once you rip your music from your CD's that it just doesn't transfer over to the player properly (Actually doesn't transfer at all). The program just won't recognize the Samsung player & so in return won't transfer what you just ripped from the CD. I called Samsung at the 1800 number & they said that it's been known to happen with this player that the software just won't recognize the player & that they will contact me in the future when they find a way to fix the bug. So the only way for you to transfer songs over is to use WMP (Windows Media Player). WMP is fine but it does take a tad bit long for the transfer completion & a bit tricky. I feel the Napster software provided is for COMPUTER experts & not for someone like me who just uses the computer to go AOL to chat & check emails. All in all it's not a horrible player, but would be GREAT if the software provided actually works. You can only use the program to RIP music & keep it on your computer as a Jukebox player. I give it 4 stars. I guess I'm being generous. ... Read more


23. Samsung YP-T7Z 1 GB MP3 Player

our price: $189.99
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Asin: B0007M611I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 5604
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

displays JPEG images * plays MP3, WMA, Audio ASF and Ogg Vorbis files * 65,536-color 1-1/2" backlit LCD screen * built-in FM tuner with 20 presets * built-in microphone (1GB holds approximately 64 hours of mono voice recordings) * up to 10 hours playback with built-in lithium-polymer rechargeable battery * 1-1/2"W x 2-1/2H x 5/8"D * ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 10 hours of music with built-in li-polymer battery
  • Built-in flash memory holds 1 GB or up to 250 songs (at 128 kbps)
  • 1.12 inch CSTN color LCD (65K Color) display, JPEG image and text viewer
  • Supports MP3, WMA, Secure WMA, ASF, and JPEG file types
  • Built-in FM tuner and recorder, voice recorder, and clock with alarm and programmed FM recording

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars A tiny, stylish, powerful little player.
[[ Pro ]]
WINDOWS COMPATIBLE: If you are using Windows XP, you can plug the player in using the USB cable and instantly begin to drag and drop the files. There's no need to install anything.

HOW IT LOOKS: As other reviewers have mentioned, the YP-T7Z is tiny and light. The display screen is about 1/2 the size of the player, and the player itself is about the size of a large eraser, in other words, it's adorable.

SPACE: 1 GB, it can double as a flash drive. This is excellent if you want to transfer movie files from 1 computer to another. Currently I have 226 songs saved, with 70MB to spare.

FUNCTIONS: Impressive. This player is packed to the brim with functions. There's FM radio, voice recording, playlist creation, text viewer, and image viewer. The player also doubles as a calendar/clock--just like today's cellphones. Under "setting >> display >> languages," you can select to view the player in a range of languages, including chinese (S and T), French, German...even Hungarian. This is a really cool function if you want to show the player to your grandmother, who can only read Chinese.

For a college student like me, the "voice recording" function is particularly useful (when I'm not listening to music or the radio). In my experiments, I was able to pick up perfect voice recordings from 1 end of the house to the other. The voice quality was also pure--no static/weird sounds.

FM radio is excellent. When I set the frequency to "high," it picked up many stations around my city that I didn't even know existed. It has 20 presets, which is more than enough for most people, I imagine.

SOUND: Awesome sound quality, especially if you have a good headphone.

NAVIGATION: Very very easy.

TRANSFER: On USB 2.0, the songs transfer almost instantly. So fast. On a slower USB (like the one on my laptop), a full album takes about 2 minutes.

EARBUDS: The earbuds are ligh gray (setting them apart from the white iPods) and are fairly comfortable after putting on the black sleeve/thingy.

BELT STRAP/NECK STRAP: the belt strap is clear plastic, and goes on securely over pants. The neck strap is pretty ugly though (it's a wire wrapped in a clear plastic).

[[ CON ]]

BATTERY LIFE: 10 hours (or so they claim). It feels more like 8 hours to me, but don't quote me on that. I'm having to charge the batter every 2-3 days which is a minor inconvenience. It takes me about 3 hours to fully recharge the battery, which is also a minor annoyance.

PRICE: This player is a bit pricey for a 1G device, so shop around the internet for the best price.

[[ SUMMARY ]]

I love my little Samsung. It's ingeniously constructed, pretty, and powerful. I would recommend the YP-T7Z to anyone who's looking for an alternative to the ubiquitous iPod.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Player
After comparing the features with other players, I purchased this one, and have been very pleased.I use it for jogging mostly, and have had no problems with it after using it for approximately 1 1/2 months.I jog about 25 miles/week.Purchase it...you wont be disappointed...this thing is LOADED with features!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome player...
I purchased this player a little over a week ago.Here are my observations and thoughts so far:

1) Size: The size of this thing is amazing, so tiny.You can't even tell if it is in your pocket.

2) FM: I have used this several times in the gym, they have the mini transmitters so you can watch and listen to the TV.It works great and helps pass the time.

3) FM Record:Works great, haven't used it since when I was first playing around, but the record quality is good.

4) Line Record: Works pretty much like the FM Record, sounds great, works like a charm.

5) Color Display: HUGE plus. It looks cool, the menus take a bit to learn, but after about 20 minutes of messing around it becomes 2nd nature.I haven't used it for picts yet, but given the small size, it will probably be more of a "wallet" shot kinda things, (picts of the family etc).

6) MP3: plays most file formats I can think of...the burn software inclued works well.

7) Sound: Using the earphones provided, the sound is very good.I have yet to hook it up to the stereo, but given the sound quality so far I am sure it is excellent.The EQ features all work great, lots of stuff to mess around with.

8) Battery: I have had my player for a week, so far I have not even seen a decrease in the power bar. My use so far includes:
- 3 trips to the gym (45 min each time)
- 2 flight SEA-LAX (about 1.5 hours use each way)
- office and home use about 4 hours
- Loaded about 500mb from the USB
- Recorded 2 songs via Line record
- Recorded 1 song on FM

9) Battery part II: I was concerned about the built-in battery and almost purchased another unit with a AA due to that fact.However, given my experiance so far, the battery life has been excellent.I also did some homework on the Samsung website.You can order a replacement battery for about 50 bucks.If you are in any way mechanically inclided I am sure that it is not complicated to replace it.If the battery craps out in the near future I will probably go that route.But given the way technology goes, by that time I may want a new player. :)

I have no regrets in purchasing the player.The one thing I wish they had included would have been an integrated USB port (ala Shuffle).While it would have doubled the size, it still would have been nice.I did have a chance to look at the shuffle and it doesn't compare.Just that one feature.

Enjoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars howie
Pros:
It is the one of the first players that is Certified for
MS Windows Media 10.0 play for sure, which mean it will
play all existing audio format, mp4, ogg, secure wma, asf,etc.

This is my first FLASH mp3 player. Yes it looks expensive.
but the quality is amazing, I am picky to the sound quality.
The SRS and WOW, and equalizer feature is awesome.
the charger is 120V and 240V also, good for shaver plug in all
3+ star hotels over the world. It also can slowly be charged
from any usb 2.0 port too. This unit is very small and looks sharp.
The supplied headphone is superior in quality,
not those cheap one that you need a replacement.
The screen is vivid, and it can play picture and text files too.
( I can download some notes and minutes to read )
It also have a voice recording mp3 recording, and FM stereo recording that is so nice.
Language support is wide and all songs id tag can be displayed in its own language.
The belt-clip is perfect for guys that used to wear beeper,
the necklace is preferred by the ladies.
It is a flash player so you can jump up and down without
worrying the harddrive crash like in those big harddrive based ipods.
The ipod shuffle do not even have a display, does not fit me.
The menu control is very innovative, one small menu button,
and I can browse through the menu and change setting quick
after reading the small booklet provided.
It will last for 16+ hours per charge.
I called this my silver match-box player. ( a bit more than 2")
Oh, the metal shell is made with magnesium alloy, not some plastic casing.

Cons : Be patient on the initial battery charge, it does take
me 1.5 hour. And make sure to unlock the HOLD button. A bit
expensive, but what the heck, it is a gadget, and you need to
get one that really make the ipod shuffle inferior.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's great unit!
It plays ogg. on the fly playlist. firmware support.
fm/picture/text/music/usb drive...plus voice/fm/in-line recording... hot damn.All features are implemented quite well even FM radio and FM recording.

I am very picky when come to spending this kind of money.But I definitely feels that the extra $50 on this compare to the iPod shuffle is well justified.

Only bad: price.could be $50.00 cheaper.

It also features internal battery instead of using AA/AAA battery. It's a trade off between size and style.Do expect this unit to die after a couple years of hard use since it's internal battery will eventually give out.This maybe a buying decision for some of you.

But for now I am happy...somewhat...before I realize how much I spent on this.

Now only if they can put a 20GB flash chip and make it play video...lol.

It's a wonderful ultra compact unit but for a price. ... Read more


24. Samsung LN-R408D 40" High-Definition Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD TV

our price: $3,999.94
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Asin: B00080XNZG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 46945
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Amazon.com Product Description

Samsung's sleek, top-of-the-line LN-R408D LCD television deliversbig-screen perfection through its integrated ATSC/HDTV tuner,digital-cable readiness, and suite of proprietary image enhancements.This HDTV lets you enjoy not only regular TV, but full 720p/1080i HDTVimages right off the airwaves (antenna not included). Images from yourprogressive-scan DVD player will also look fabulous. And, thanks to itsonboard CableCARD technology, the LN-R408D lets you watch digital cablewithout a set-top box or separate remote control. Simply plug your cablecompany's CableCARD into the TV, connect your signal, and you're readyto go.

Samsung's Patterned Vertical Alignment (PVA) screen provides highbrightness and amazingly rich contrast for lifelike images and realisticcolors. A mere 4.4 inches thick without its detachable stand, the TVproduces exciting, perfectly flat, images while occupying minimal spacein your office, living room, bedroom, or kitchen.

The set boasts a 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution. Its widescreen, 16:9aspect ratio matches the dimension of most movies and HDTV broadcasts,while its wide, 170-degree viewing angles (horizontal x vertical)ensures everyone in the room will enjoy a great view, even when you'vemounted the unit on a wall.

Onboard 10-bit processing produces 3.2 billion lifelike colors and aidsin video signal processing for your analog sources. And with itslightning-quick 12 ms response time, astronomical 3,000:1 contrastratio, impressive 500 cd/m2 brightness rating, and onboard 3D Y/Cdigital comb filter (which separates the color signals to minimize dotcrawl and blurred edges), you'll see sharp, focused images regardless oftheir source. A built-in brightness sensor automatically adjusts theTV's luminance for the ambient brightness of a given room.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors andtelevisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (noscreen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (nohigh-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate imagegeometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magneticinterference from, say, speakers), long screen life, space savings, andlight weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be more affordable thantheir flat-panel plasma counterparts, which often (though not always)offer faster response times and higher contrast ratios.

The LN-R408D's DNIe (Samsung Digital Natural Image engine) offers avision of digital perfection in natural, crystal-clear images thatreveal even the most minute detail. The process involves 4 keyenhancements: contrast and brightness (for deep, rich blacks and naturalwhites), motion (which optimizes fast-moving images to producenatural-looking motion, reducing video noise or blurring), color (forlifelike realism, accurate whites, and skin tones with natural hues),and detail (DNIe analyzes video signals to ensure sharp detail, clearimage separation, and natural edge transitions).

Samsung's patented My Color Control technology lets you control specificcolors without affecting the whole screen. Manually adjust any of 6colors: white, red, pink, yellow, green, and blue. The LN-R408D alsooffers several preset picture and sound modes (and custom settings foreach) alongside color-temperature adjustments for warm, cool, or neutraltones. Choose one of several preset sound modes (standard, music, movie,speech, and custom) for broadcast through the set's built-in speakers(10 watts per channel x 2).

Connections include 2 component-video inputs (480i/480p/720p/1080i), adirect-digital HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), a PC input(15-pin D-Sub with minijack analog audio), 1 each composite- and S-videoinputs, 2 RF antenna inputs (1 for a cable box, 1 for air), 5 attendantsets of stereo (left/right) RCA audio inputs, and 1 stereo RCA audiooutput. The set's Anynet (RS-232C) control option simplifies use withother Samsung audio/video components.

Other features include single-tuner picture-in-picture (view 1 TVchannel and 1 input source simultaneously), a sleep timer, V-Chipparental control, closed captioning, and an auto volume leveler tominimize jarring differences in loudness between, say, TV programs andtheir commercials.

What's in the Box
TV, detachable stand (with screws), a remote control, remote batteries,an RF video cable, a user's manual, an Anynet AV manual, an AC powercord, a cover bottom, an Anynet cable, a cleaning cloth, and warrantyinformation. ... Read more

Features

  • 10 watts per channel x 2; SRS TruSurround XT simulates dynamic surround
  • Widescreen LCD TV with 40-inch PVA screen and integrated ATSC/HDTV
  • 1,366 x 768 native pixel resolution; accepts and receives HD signals up
  • Amazing 3,000:1 contrast ratio, high 500 cd/m2 brightness, broad
  • Samsung DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine) enhances images; features a

25. Samsung HLP4663W 46" Widescreen DLP TV Monitor
list price: $3,399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002JP0FO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 18552
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung HL-P4663W combines cutting-edge picture quality with a 46-inch widescreen body that--unlike many other large TVs--doesn't dominate the room. The TV weighs 69.4 pounds and is approximately 13 inches deep, so there's no need to push back the couch to accommodate the chassis. Even better, the flat screen receives breathtaking high-definition content when paired with an external HD receiver, delivering a pixel count of 1,280 x 720 and a 1,500:1 contrast ratio. The elite video performance derives from the Texas Instruments-developed single-panel digital micromirror device (DMD) and DLP projection system, which combine to create a digital connection between the video source and the screen (most other connections are analog). The TV also employs Samsung's exclusive Digital Natural Image engine, which enhances all analog NTSC and wideband video inputs for an overall improvement in picture quality, impacting contrast, white level, and picture detail.

The widescreen format is a favorite among movie buffs and HDTV fans, as the expanded screen offers a truer representation of the original film source. The HL-P4663W adds to the value by converting 1080i and 720p HDTV and 480p and 480i SDTV video signals to a 16:9 widescreen pixel count, letting users enjoy the enhanced format while watching all manner of programming. The TV boasts other impressive technologies as well, including Cinema Smooth 3:2 pulldown (improves the resolution of original film content), a 3D digital comb filter (enhances transition detail), and a bright ultra-fine pitch screen. And because the TV projects onto a single panel only, it eliminates the risk of color aberrations and focus problems often seen on projection TVs with multiple panels or CRTs.

As with many large-screen TVs, this model delights sports fans and TV buffs with its two-tuner picture-in-picture display. Viewers can watch one program on the main screen and another in the small inset window, or they can split the screens in half for simultaneous viewing. Other user favorites include format size adjustment (Zoom 1, Zoom 2, Wide, Panorama, and Normal), color temperature adjustment, a multilingual onscreen menu, previous channel, and V-chip parental control.

The TV is equipped with a 30-watt two-way speaker system and SRS TruSurround XT technology. The latter is a virtual surround engine that plays rich 5.1-multichannel content through two speakers, including internal TV speakers and headphones. TruSurround is compatible with all multichannel formats up to 6.1 channels. The TV also offers no shortage of inputs and outputs, including a DVI digital video input, an HDMI digital audio and video input, and a PC input, along with the usual stockpile of two component video inputs, three composite inputs, three S-video inputs, and a video output. The digital inputs are designed for the next generation of HD receivers and DVD players, which are built to transfer all signals digitally without losing any information via the conversion to analog. The TV includes an S-video and composite input on the side, where it's more easily accessible for game consoles and camcorders.

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

Features

  • 46-inch HD-ready widescreen rear projection TV; 43.1 x 32 x 13.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • Broadcasts high-definition 1080i and 720p content when paired with external HD receiver
  • 16:9 widescreen ratio, 3:2 cinema pulldown, and 3D digital comb filter
  • DVI and HDMI digital inputs, 2 component inputs, and 3 S-video and composite inputs, plus video output
  • 30-watt speaker system (15 watts x 2) with SRS TruSurround XT

26. Samsung HLR4667W 46" Widescreen HDTV DLP TV
list price: $2,899.99
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Asin: B0009E6I1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 2335
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Product Description

High-Definition TV--receives and decodes digital standard-definition and HDTV signals from over-the-air broadcasts (antenna required) and cable TV service (CableCARD required) * displays all signals at 720p * widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio * Texas Instruments DLP chip (1280 x 720 pixels) * Cinema Smooth Gen-5 720p Light Engine * contrast ratio: 2500:1 * ... Read more

Features

  • SRS Tru-surround XT
  • 46" WideScreen HDTV
  • DCR Tuner
  • New Floating Screen
  • 30-Watt Stereo

27. Samsung Yepp YH-999 20 GB Portable Media Center

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Asin: B000294HDU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 2091
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Features

  • Stores up to 20 GB of audio and/or video, in MPEG4, MP3, JPEG, and Windows Media formats
  • 3.5 TFT LCD display
  • Connects to a TV through composite output port
  • USB 2.0 compliant
  • Rechargeable li-ion battery

28. Samsung HLP5067WX 50" DLP Projection TV
list price: $3,399.99
our price: $2,899.99
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Asin: B0007XQUBS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 29873
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Product Description

Samsung has built a stellar reputation in the fine art of television manufacturing. Besides offering an incredible amount of value, the product itself easily competes head on with similar products costing hundreds of dollars more. How? Simple. Being one of the largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world has its benefits. Utilizing a high percentage of Samsung's own parts allows it to focus the attention on high quality throughout the design. Result? A world-class product that truly dazzles the eye.PRODUCT FEATURES: DLP (Digital Light Processing) TV; Compact lightweight design fits where others won't; Integrated HDTV Tuner meets FCC Guidelines; Digital Cable Ready (DCR) with CableCARD; Samsung Cinema Smooth Gen 3 HD Third Generation Light Engine; Samsung's Latest Generation DNIe Video Enhancer; Samsung's Cinema Smooth Film-Mode 3: 2 Pull Down powered by Genesis; 1280 x 720 Digital Format Converter for All Inputs; Anynet System Control Solution; No Screen Aging or Burn-In Effects for Worry-Free Enjoyment. ... Read more


29. Samsung SCD6550 DuoCam MiniDV Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom & 5MP Digital Camera
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B0007QN89M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 302
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Samsung Consumer (DVD/TV/etc) (SCD6550) Samsung 3.5" LCD Mini-DV Camcorder ... Read more

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Very Poor Video, great 5MP stills
The SCD6550 is a great idea, but just doesn't preform as I had hoped.I was looking for one camera to take on vacation, replacing carrying a 2 year old Sony MiniDV and a 5 MP Sony CyberShot.My Sony takes 1 MP stills, has excellent video, but @ 1MP, the stills are not nearly print worthy.This camera is actually smaller and lighter than my Sony.

The 5MP still camera function gave excellent results, both with flash and with natural light and outside.Shot for shot it produced either as good or better prints (4x6) than the Sony CyberShot.

Digital video is this unit's short coming.I did identical shots inside and outside with the Sony and Samsung.The Samsung's video quality was very poor, looked more like analog or standard 8mm quality.Inside, with natural room lighting, it was pretty much unacceptable.Outside, the shots lacked the crispiness of the Sony.I took it back, will keep the Sony's and hope that Sony comes out with a greater than 2 or 3 MP model soon. ... Read more


30. Samsung HP-P3761 37" HDTV-Ready Flat-Panel Plasma TV
list price: $3,499.99
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Asin: B0004UY4PS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 26069
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Product Description

Samsung, an industry leader in plasma flat panel displays, offers the latest technology to you in our first 37" (diagonal measure) high definition package. Samsung's 4th generation plasma panel combined with proprietary electronic chassis design, incorporating the latest DNIe picture enhancement circuitry; results in outstanding brightness, contrast and overall picture clarity. Everything you'll need in a 37" HD monitor plasma flat panel TV is here - a jack pack with the latest digital connectors so you're ready to interface with just about any digital source, a high performance, and an integrated cabinet front firing speakers. ... Read more

Features

  • DNIe enhancement circuitry improves brightness, contrast and overall picture clarity.
  • Extraordinary 1,000:1 contrast ratio, high 1,000 cd/m2 brightness; 16:9 aspect ratio matches DVD movies and HDTV broadcasts
  • NTSC dual-tuner, split-screen PIP lets you watch 2 programs simultaneously
  • 37-inch widescreen plasma TV with 1,024 x 1,024 native pixel resolution;37.5 x 26.4 x 3.5 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • Direct-digital DVI and dual HD component-video inputs; 10 watts per channel stereo speakers

31. Samsung SV-5000W Worldwide VHS Format VCR
list price: $499.99
our price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004TEUK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 2899
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung SV-5000W four-head hi-fi incorporates a patented, long-lifeDiamond Head video system for optimum recording and playback. Six-languageonscreen programming (English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Italian)simplifies the setup and recording process. The programmable timer lets yourecord up to six broadcasts over a one-month period. Digital special effects(noiseless still/slow, strobe motion, and image changing) enhance your favoriterecorded programs.

This worldwide VCR will play and convert NTSC, PAL, andSECAM tapes on any monitor. The 181-channel MTS tuner also acts as a worldwideTV-signal receiver. Audio dubbing allows you to record audio over existingimages, which is handy for layering narration over your videotapes.

Convenient features include V-chip parental control technology,digital auto tracking, a high-speed rewind mechanism, front audio-video jacks,and a six-hour backup if the power goes out. A luminescent, universal remotewith jog/shuttle controls is included. Samsung offers a one-year warranty onparts, 90 days on labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Worldwide NTSC, PAL, SECAM playback
  • 4-head Diamond video system with stereo sound
  • High-speed rewind and digital auto tracking
  • S-VHS playback capability
  • Luminescent universal remote control included

Reviews (31)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works perfectly
I wanted to do just one thing: watch PAL tapes from England
on my American NTSC TV. The price of this Samsung was low
enough to take the risk -- and I'm happy to say it works as
perfectly as any U.S. VCR I've ever had. It took less than a
minute to hook up (the video/audio cable was all I needed, since
I attached the player to a TV I only use as a monitor; I'm not
using this machine to record off-air TV/cable programming).
Picture quality, tracking, fast-forwarding, etc. -- nothing presents any problem at all. Tapes from the UK play completely
as normal. Couldn't be more pleased.

3-0 out of 5 stars Does not Convert NTSC edited video tapes to PAL successfully
I have had no help from Samsung regarding my SV-5000W Worldwide VCR. I have been trying to get an explanation from Samsung for three years! Here is the problem:

After editing my Hi8 tapes from my Sony TRV 82 Handycam Camcorder onto an NTSC tape, I try to convert the NTSC tape to PAL on my Samsung multi-system SV- 5000W Worldwide VCR. The PAL tape is poor with light and dark areas with a reddish hue at times. When beginning the converting on the Samsung, I notice a Copy Guard Signal message on my TV screen. What I think is happening is that a copyright code is being activated (Macrovision?) when I try to copy my own tapes. I bought the unit to send my NTSC videos in PAL standard to my brother in England.

Ramon Best

5-0 out of 5 stars Great NTSC/PAL VCR
I am former VCR tech. Own Panasonic AG-W2 (no tuner). This Samsung was with me twice in Europe. Tuner will pick up any station anywhere in the world. Wherever you plug it, it records,converts and plays flawlesly. I am using it daily for couple of years with no problem. I do not see any difference in pix quality between semi-pro AG-W2 which I paid long time ago $2,500. For this price, I may buy one more Samsung just for backup.

1-0 out of 5 stars I hate Samsung for this piece of junk!
This VCR is really a piece of junk! I have had with it more problmes than with all the other electronic equipment I have altogether. The VCR started "snowing" on all tapes 4 months after I bought it. Customer service sucks! Although the VCR was on warranty, it took me 6 (!) months and numerous contacts with the customer service and vistis to a repair shop to have the VCR fixed. Then, 10 months later, it started "showing" again. I am tired of this VCR! I wish I never bougth it! I hate Samsung for this piece of junk which cost me $340!

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst VCR I ever owned
The first impression was great. It played all of my PAL VHS tapes, and converted them with reasonable (not great, but I didn't expect it to be great) quality. Then, after about 6 months it started "snowing" and then the whole screen become filled with snow that it basically impossible to see anything on it now. I've also tried to use it to watch my PAL DVDs on NTSC TV, and noticed strange sound drops. Sometimes, for no reason, it would only show video and audio would be completely mute. I've had nothing but problems with it. Samsung *really* should've recalled this model. I would like file a lawsuit on behalf of all people who got fooled the same way as me with this VCR against Samsung. A friend of mine owned the same VCR and his died in less than a year. So you spend $300 on something that you hope would last for a long time and you get *this* instead? ... Read more


32. Samsung YP-MT6X 512 MB Digital Audio Player (Blue)

our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0007M610O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 4797
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Music just doesn't get more portable than this! This MP3 player is big on features like inline encoding, voice recorder and eight EQ pre-sets. One AA battery gives you up to 42 hrs. of playback. The 4-line LCD screen gives full view of ID3 tag information and SRS WOW technology, which provides vivid 3D sound enhancement. You can also store and transfer PC files and music files with a simple drag-and-drop from your Windows OS. ... Read more

Features

  • SRS WOW optimization
  • Supports MP3, WMA, ASF and Ogg files
  • Built-in flash memory holds up to 1GB
  • FM Tuner and recorder
  • Line in & voice recording

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars No AM radio, good FM, short record battery life
No AM Mode Explained:
I think I know why there is no AM radio support.I recently got a YP-MT6 player myself and left it recording an FM station on my bed stand.As I went to bed I turned on my AM clock radio, right next to where I set my MP3 player.Static!!The YP-MT6 apparently emits a nice strong AM signal itself.I guess that means we won't see AM reception offered on future models after all.Note: You can still record AM using the patch cord plugged into the headphone jack of any AM radio.Just keep the two units separated by a couple of feet.

Note:Built-in AM recording is available on products such as the PoGo! "Radio Your Way LX AM / FM Radio Recorder".I can only wonder how it manages not to interfere with itself.

Good FM Reception!
I recently tried to replace an old Sony Walkman AM/FM/tape player with a new smaller Sony Walkman SRF-M37V Digital FM/Weather/AM/TV Radio.But I returned the new Sony right away because the FM reception was terrible compared to it's older bigger brother.

When I first saw the YP-MT6 I thought there's NO WAY this thumb sized device will get reception as good as my big old Sony.But it does.It's not perfect, there's some high end hiss and distortion if played at high volume, but it's as good as my old Sony.And I can plug the YP-MT6 into the Sony if I want to record AM.

Record Battery Life?
One concern remains which is why I'm holding off on a five star rating.The battery life during recording is... so far, confusing.If anyone has their own results, please share.The YP-MT6 has no A/C option so this is a concern for me.I want to record Echoes and Hearts of Space this Saturday.But that's a combined total of four hours, yikes!

I was able to record about four hours with the original battery.That was at the default 128 Kbps and the volume set to zero.I kept the earphones plugged in though because that's the antenna.

That wasn't a single four hour recording though.I started with two 30 minute recordings followed by unattended recordings. I was hoping to fill the device and test all of the memory in the process.Instead it shut down automatically.First after 2hr, 9min.Then after about one hour.After that it would stop recording after only a few minutes.

At first I thought maybe it was stopping because it detected silence in the broadcast and interpreted the quiet as a break between tracks.But that's not the case.I fast forwarded to the end of the MP3 files and listened.It stopped in mid song each time.

Then I saw that it was flashing "Low Battery!" before shutting down.So apparently it stops recording if the battery gets too "low".But it usually doesn't drain the battery completely.It must be a conservative level because there's still quite a bit of power left in the battery.Even when it can't record more than a few minutes the battery is still good for listening.

The battery indicator is misleading.It can report full, three bars, while listening.But switch to recording and in as little as two minutes it can drop to one bar.

I started another set of tests using a new Duracell battery with an expiration date of Mar 2011.The first recording auto ended after 1hr, 32min.The radio continued playing for about four more hours.I then started the recording again without changing the battery.This time it recorded for 2hr, 50min before shutting down.What?!?That's almost double the length of the first recording.I turned it off for about four hours and just now tried to record again.This time I started with three bars on the battery indicator but I only got 19min of recording.I tried restarting again but now only get 3min of recording before the "Low Battery!" message appears and the recording stops.I like that it recorded over four hours on one battery.If it could just record that long without taking breaks.

I guess if I want to record four consecutive hours of radio I should have four new batteries and switch one per hour so I can keep the YP-MT6 running?And then save the "spent" batteries because they'll be good for many hours of listening.That doesn't sound good.I just dug up four old Ni-MH AA batteries.I'll give these a try instead.

I've contacted Samsung support.They are friendly and professional.They also speak and understand English without extra effort.

So far I've found out that the YP-T7 isn't a perfect alternative for me.I thought I could use it with it's A/C charger instead of battery power.But it can't play or record while charging.It's rechargeable battery is rated at 3.5 hours while in record mode.They're going to call me back with details about the YP-MT6.

Also, I downloaded the manual for the T7.It has an FM signal to noise ratio of 45 db, not as good as my YP-MT6's rating of 62 db.Another reason to stick with the YP-MT6.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent player
Just wanted to chime in that I'm in complete agreement with the praise this unit is getting, and to point out for the one reviewer that you CAN in fact set the mp3 encoding bitrate to 32, 48, 64, 96 or 128 via the Settings->Record menu.

5-0 out of 5 stars love the AA battery power !!!
I bought this Samsung MT6X to compliment my iRiver H320.I wanted something a little smaller but still with great sound and FM capability.This unit exceeded my needs by far!The sound is great, it has very clean FM reception, AND it gave me some unexpected extras at a very bargain price...it records FM & voice and also has line input for encoding MP3's on on its own(no 'puter needed).
But the biggest bonus is the fact that it uses one AA battery!It is so nice not being tethered to a proprietary AC power adapter!!!This is the deal of the year in my opinion.
A very well thought out design!

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW
This stylish little MP3 is great.It's so feature packed and tiny.You have to see it in person to see how small it is compared to other players.I bought it to use when I workout but I'm finding that I'm using this device pretty much all day long.

PROS:
1. Small stylish design
2. Clear screen that displays tag info
3. Plays all popular music formats including WMA! I'm sorry I'm not gonna buy some proprietary *rap from Sony or Apple where they only offer certain formats, stupid. I use mainly WMA and sometimes MP3.ExetremeTech.com rated WMA as the best encoding format (yes they compared sony and apple's format too) for I think at 128kbs.
4. You can create folders and keep an order to your songs.
5. You can create playlists right from the device itself.
6. SRS WOW surround is amazing, especially when listening to music w/ electronic sounds or even Enigma.Pink Floyd sounds like they are singing right in your head when listening in Rock mode.
7. Can record from the built-in mic, FM tuner, and line-in into a MP3 file.Yes I thought I'd never use line-in but I ended up recording a bunch of tapes.
8. Nice clear case included, thought it was a nice touch.

Cons:
1. Wish the line in recording could record in a format other than 128kbs, maybe offer a 64kbs?
2. Maybe offer this device in other colors?I like blue but others may not.
3. Only 42hrs of battery life?Come on, gimme 100hrs+ guys!!!!!! (wishful thinking)
4. How come no one offers AM radio support?I'd actually love to record some programs that are offered only on AM, like sports?Anyone?!

Basically it's as simple as you want it or as customizable as you will end up using it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!
I just bought this player a few days ago, and can safely say it was the best $120 I ever spent...when I was making my choices, I looked at this as well as the 512 MB IPod shuffle, and this has the IPod shuffle beat in just about everything, and for a scant $20 more...well worth it!Now on to the pros and cons...

Pros:
-Small size (not much bigger than the 1 AA battery that powers it)
-Screen that holds a lot of information in such a small space (HUGE PLUS over the Ipod Shuffle!)...also has a great backlight for night usage
-Battery life - 40+ hours on one AA battery
-Very easy to load songs onto it...just plug it into the USB port on your computer and use Windows Explorer...no special software needed (though it does come with a CD that is optional)

Cons:

- Slightly awkward controls...if you want to use the controls one handed, I found it much easier to do it if your holding the unit in your left hand, despite me being a righty, but if you have really big hands it might be hard to move the joystick control...also it is very easy to inadvertently press buttons or move the stick, though there is a "Hold" feature that locks out all the controls which helps... ... Read more


33. Samsung DVD-HD850 UP Converter DVD
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00092HNO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 2355
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

plays DVD-Video, DVD-R & DVD-RW, DVD+R & DVD+RW, and Video CD * plays CD, audio CD-R & CD-RW, and MP3 & WMA CDs * plays digital photo CDs (JPEG and HD JPEG) * video upconversion to 480p/720p/768p/1080i * HDMI interface with multichannel audio and HDCP copy protection (upconverted video available through HDMI output only, 3m cable included) * ... Read more

Features

  • EZ View Letter Box Eliminator
  • Plays-R/-RW/???Audio/SVCD
  • FLT Display
  • HDMI Output
  • Hi-Def Conversion

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Worry about digital, not upconverting; 768p is misleading!
First, let me say that I actually have a DVD-HD850 connected to a Sharp LC-32D5U (which I also reviewed). My brother has the same DVD player plugged into his Samsung HLN507W (50 inch DLP). I've noticed many reviews (in general) are from people who haven't bought or even seen what they're reviewing. Rest assured; I've been playing with my DVD payer for four days and I've tried everything there is to try.

The Good... HDMI looks great. I played The Matrix simultaneously on my old DVD player and the HD850. All five people who watched thought the HDMI picture looked better. The digital signal gives a noticeably clearer picture. I changed the display when people weren't looking and everyone was able to identify analog vs. digital.

The Bad... All the upconversion stuff is hype. First, I was annoyed by the false advertising of 768p. It turns out to be 1024x768 for using a 4:3 computer monitor, not a 1366x768 16:9 TV like my Sharp. I played The Matrix and toggled all three modes: 480p, 720p and 1080i. They all looked exactly the same. All the gains come from the digital signal, not the upconversion.

As for all the other complaints about the remote and other issues listed in the other reviews...I haven't noticed any of them. I hooked the HDMI cable from the HD850 to my Sharp TV and everything worked from the start. One of the other guys said there were problems with dark scenes. That is probably his TV, not the HD850. My Sharp has the same problem. I ran a THX Optimizer and I can only see 7 of the 10 shades of black. The darkest shades all blend into one color regardless of the color settings on the TV. The Samsung's manual talks about RGB color pallet. It has a selection for full range (0-255), so if you don't see it all on the TV, it's not the DVD player's fault. You could use the analog component video output and get all 10 shades of black (but you'll lose the advantage of the digital output).

A minor problem is that you have to stop the DVD player in order to change modes (component vs. HDMI or different color settings for HDMI). It would be nice to do it on the fly so you can directly compare different modes back to back.

The case does look nice, but I'd prefer black (not enough to pay an extra $50 for the DVD HD950) and I hate the bright blue light that surrounds the power button when the DVD player is turned off.

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34. Samsung HLP6163W 61" HDTV Monitor with DLP Technology
list price: $4,699.99
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Asin: B0002TMHE6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 5362
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Amazon.com Product Description

Lighter and more compact than earlier DLP models, Samsung's HL-P6163W displays 61 inches of inviting widescreen imagery for your home theater while weighing only 99 pounds and standing just 17 inches deep. Elegantly framed in an ultralight, thin-bezel cabinet, the HL-P6163W offers more than just quantity of screen: it's also engineered for quality.

The secret to this DLP (Digital Light Processing) projection set's quality is its Emmy-winning technology from Texas Instruments. Samsung has combined its proprietary Cinema Smooth Gen 3 HD light engine and advanced optic enhancements with a single, postage-stamp-sized Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) capable of generating high-definition video images with film-like resolution, deep blacks, and robust colors. Samsung's Cinema Smooth light engine enhances brightness while ensuring an incredible 1,500:1 contrast ratio.

Texas Instruments' DMD panel is immune to the factors that can cause other displays to deteriorate with use, imparting a longer life expectancy than that of cathode ray tube (CRT) sets, plasma display panels, and liquid crystal display systems (LCD, LCoS, HTPS).

A host of advanced digital interfaces and video inputs make non-issues of connectivity challenges and future proofing. Hang it, mount it, rest it on a stand, or move it just about anywhere, anytime. The screen's surface is nearly 100 percent reflective, and its lightning-quick switching speeds make it twice as fast as earlier designs and nearly 1,000 times faster than competing microdisplay technologies.

The HL-P6163W's automatic digital-format conversion system converts any input (whether DTV, analog TV, or XGA computer sources at 1080i, 720p, 480p, or 480i) to a progressive, 16:9 widescreen image with a 1,280 x 720 pixel count. A 3D Y/C digital comb filter dramatically reduces image-edge artifacts while improving transition detail, and the set's HD ultra-fine-pitch (.155 mm) screen further clarifies images, especially when you're viewing high-resolution sources like DVD and HDTV.

Samsung's Cinema Smooth Film Mode 3:2 pulldown correction circuitry addresses digital distortion in 480i (interlaced) video signals generated from 24-frames-per-second film. Finally, Samsung DNIe video enhancer (Digital Natural Image engine) works with all analog NTSC and wideband video signals for improvements in contrast, white level, and picture detail, incorporating digital noise reduction to improve lower-quality sources.

The set offers digital-video inputs in 2 formats. A DVI-HDTV interface with HDCP copy protection permits all-digital rendering of video without the losses associated with an analog interface, and an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) jack channels both digital audio and video to simplify connections with newer DTV set-top boxes and DVD players by reducing hookups to just a single cable and plug.

Other inputs include dual HDTV component-video inputs (480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i) for high-definition satellite receivers, HDTV tuners, and HD cable boxes with component video outputs (Y, Pb, Pr); 3 each composite- and S-video inputs; and 2 RF coaxial inputs for antennas or older VCRs or cable boxes. An audio/video output permits hookup with an external device such as a surround-sound receiver.

A 15-watts-per-channel (x2) audio system with a pair of 2-way speakers comes with built-in SRS TruSurround XT, which simulates compelling surround sound through any stereo playback system, including headphones and the TV's speakers.

Last but far from least, onboard 2-tuner PIP with side-by-side split-screen viewing grants convenient simultaneous viewing of 2 TV programs, while a supplied universal remote control permits control of the TV, a DVD player, a VCR, and a tuner/surround receiver.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Slim-profile, 61-inch HD-ready DLP projection television with 1 PC input and 2 digital-video inputs; 56.9 x 40.7 x 16.7 inches (W x H x D)
  • Compatible with 480i, 480p, and full high-definition 720p and 1080i signals; offers 1,280 x 720 native pixel resolution
  • 2 HD component-video inputs, 3 each composite- and S-video inputs, 2 RF inputs; 1 RF and 1 composite-video output
  • No risk of screen aging or burn-in effects; offers all-input upconversion, 3:2 pulldown reversal, and other enhancements
  • 15-watts-per-channel x 2 stereo audio system with SRS TruSurround XT simulated surround sound

35. Samsung HL-P5085W 50" Widescreen HD-Ready DLP Television with PC Input
list price: $4,199.99
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Asin: B0002MLXA2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 5823
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its stunning, cutting edge styling and equally stunning high-definition image, Samsung's HL-P5085W is a sight to behold. The DLP projection set offers a broad, 50-inch screen in a 16:9 aspect ratio and a unique pedestal mount whose lightweight design and slim stature lets it fit where other stands won't. But the HL-P5085W offers more than just quantity of screen: it's also engineered for quality.

The secret to this DLP (Digital Light Processing) projection set's quality is its Emmy-winning technology from Texas Instruments. Samsung has combined its proprietary Cinema Smooth Gen 4 HD light engine and advanced optic enhancements with a single, .8-inch Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) capable of generating high-definition video images with film-like resolution, deep blacks, and robust colors. Samsung's Cinema Smooth light engine enhances brightness while ensuring an astonishing 2,500:1 contrast ratio.

Texas Instruments' DMD panel is immune to the factors that can cause other displays to deteriorate with use, imparting a longer life expectancy than that of cathode ray tube (CRT) sets, plasma display panels, and liquid crystal display systems (LCD, LCoS, HTPS). A host of advanced digital interfaces and video inputs make non-issues of connectivity challenges and future proofing.

The HL-P5085W's automatic digital-format conversion system converts any input (whether DTV, analog TV, or XGA computer sources at 1080i, 720p, 480p, or 480i) to a progressive, 16:9 widescreen image with a 1,280 x 720 pixel count. A 3D Y/C digital comb filter dramatically reduces image-edge artifacts while improving transition detail, and the set's HD ultra-fine-pitch (.155 mm) screen further clarifies images, especially when you're viewing high-resolution sources like DVD and HDTV.

Samsung's Cinema Smooth Film Mode 3:2 Pull Down correction circuitry addresses digital distortion in 480i (interlaced) video signals generated from 24 frames-per-second film. Finally, Samsung DNIe video enhancer (Digital Natural Image engine) works with all analog NTSC and wideband video signals for improvements in contrast, white level, and picture detail, incorporating digital noise reduction to improve lower-quality sources.

The set offers digital-video inputs in 2 formats. A DVI-HDTV interface with HDCP copy protection permits all-digital rendering of video without the losses associated with an analog interface, and an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) jack channels both digital audio and video to simplify connections with newer DTV set-top boxes and DVD players by reducing hookups to just a single cable and plug.

Other inputs include dual HDTV component-video inputs (480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i) for high-definition satellite receivers, HDTV tuners, and HD cable boxes with component video outputs (Y, Pb, Pr); 3 each composite- and S-video inputs; and 2 RF coaxial inputs for antennas or older VCRs or cable boxes. An audio/video output permits hookup with an external device such as a surround-sound receiver.

A 15-watts-per-channel (x2) audio system with a pair of 2-way speakers comes with built-in SRS TruSurround XT, which simulates compelling surround sound through any stereo playback system, including headphones and the TV's speakers.

Last but far from least, onboard 2-tuner PIP with side-by-side split-screen viewing grants convenient simultaneous viewing of 2 TV programs, while a supplied universal remote control permits control of the TV, a DVD player, a VCR, and a tuner/surround receiver.

What's in the Box
TV, pedestal mount, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 50-inch HD-ready DLP projection television with 2 digital-video and 1 PC inputs; 53.6 x 54.7 x 20.5 inches (W x H x D) with supplied pedestal
  • Compatible with 480i, 480p, and full high-definition 720p and 1080i signals; offers 1,280 x 720 native pixel resolution
  • 2 HD component-video inputs, 3 each composite- and S-video inputs, 2 RF inputs; 1 RF and 1 composite-video output
  • No risk of screen aging or burn-in effects; offers all-input upconversion, 3:2 pulldown reversal, and other enhancements
  • 15-watts-per-channel x 2 stereo audio system with SRS TruSurround XT simulated surround sound

36. Samsung SyncMaster 910t 19" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $979.00
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Asin: B00026IN1U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 1124
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D signal inputs
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles; pivot technology
  • 800:1 contrast ratio, 260 nits of brightness, 25 ms response
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

37. Samsung YP-MT6Z 1 GB Digital Audio Player (Silver)

our price: $169.99
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Asin: B0007M610Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 3386
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • SRS WOW optimization
  • Supports MP3, WMA, ASF and Ogg files
  • Built-in flash memory holds up to 1GB
  • FM Tuner and recorder
  • Line in & voice recording

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST I GB MP3 PALYER!
This is the EEST for the following, after i searched a lot on the net:
1. it is the smallest of all the 1 gb mp3 i have read about.
2. it's battery last for a very very long time - 40 hours.
3. it is very easy to drag/drop files into/out of it as well as non music files.
4. the sound quality is awesome due to WOW effect - it is one of the few that has this effect that really make the music sounds awesome.
5. it has high power, you can rais the volume very high.
6. you can nevigate very easily between files/folders. it has a 4 line lcd which will show you where you are in the current song as well as the next song which will play.
5. you can make playlist.
6. you can record notes very very easily- just one buton to press even if you are in the middle of hearing.
7. you can record from fm directly to mp3. it has a very high signal to noise ratio.
8. you can encode to mp3 directly to the memory any input through line in.
9. it has usb 2.0 so the transfer is very fast
10.it has included jack(not wire) to usb so you can transform it to usb disc on key.

4-0 out of 5 stars New life with 1.2 firmware
I really like my YP-MT6X: the sound is clear, long battery life, no problem in putting and deleting files with GNU/Linux. However, I aman OGG addicted, and the OGG support was *very* annoying with firmware 1.111: sometimes the device stuck and you had to reset it by extracting by opening the battery case. But now I have upgraded with firmware 1.2, found here http://www.cczclan.com/yp-55.asp. As you can guess it's not an official Samsung site, but the upgrade worked for me (BTW, using vmware: I haven't any dedicated windows machine :)) and now I'm *really* happy with my _new_ device: OGG files play perfectly (sometimes the last 2 seconds are skipped, however), tags are shown correctly, and everything is fine.
My only complaint is about Samsung (USA) support: why on their site the official firmware version is still 1.101 (my device was sold equipped with 1.111)? I'd really love them if they would release their firmware as open source...

1-0 out of 5 stars It was a great product but...
First, I fell in love with this tiny tiny MP3 player, it was great, I could say that I liked it more than my iPod mini. It was so small that I could carry my hunderds of favourite tunes anywhere.

However, I also had a problem with the firmware update as some of the other reviewers say.After the firmware update(which you can do from their website, and actually Samsung recommends you to do), the display started malfunctioning; it does not show menus properly anymore. For example, if I choose the "setting" from the menu screen, it leads me to "default volume" or if I try to play a particular song, the screen leads me to "format" etc, and it's happening in the entire menu screens, and I cannot choose correct commands or music files that I want to play anymore. I formatted it once, but it still does not work. I tried to reach people at Samsung, but no response. In my opinion, when you buy something, you are also buying their service, so I mean their service is also their product. In that sense, I am very dissatisfied because my MP3 player is not functioning right, but I cannot get any support from the manufacturer. So, now all I can do is to click on the play button to play and stop songs; I cannot choose what I want to listen to or other play modes such as shuffle or repeat or changing the equalizer settings.

After some researches on internet, I also found out that the versions of the firmware installed to the device when you purchase, vary very much. Seems like they also vary even among those sold at the same store at the same time.I found a review about this product on the Web, and the reviewer says that he purchased two of YP-MT6z at the same time, but they had different versions of firmware(he updated the firmware in both of his devices, and had the same problem as mine).So, nobody knows which version of the firmware it comes with, when you make a purchase.

Important!!!Besides, when you buy this product, as soon as you open the box, you will see an yellow piece of paper saying that
"IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY TECHNICAL PROBLEMS WITH YOUR NEW SAMSUNG YEPP DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER PLEASE CALL SAMSUNG CUSTOMER SUPPORT, TOLL-FREE..."

Yes, I have been trying doing that for 3 weeks, but I cannot reach anybody there.So, I am going to return it to the store in spite of whatever they say on it.And I will get a Sony's NW-E107 Network Walkman, which could play music with a single AAA battery for 70 hours, instead.

I am not trying to say that this product is terribly bad. However, if you buy this, you might love it, but you might also have the same problem as I am experiencing now. In fact, I ran a search engine on internet to see if there is anybody having the similar problems, and I found that there are a quite few people who have the same problem as I do. The product was great until it broke down, but after that, there is no grantee that you can get supports from them. Thus, if you think it's not big deal whether you can get satisfying supports or not when your device starts malfunctioning, then, this might be a good MP3 player for you(there is no grantee that you could be the next person like me), but otherwise, I would not recommend it to anybody.

5-0 out of 5 stars works out of the box with Linux
I bought this player because of the Ogg support and that it acts asa removable storage device to load songs, so no proprietary software is needed.In fact, this works great under linux.Just plug it into the USB port and an icon appears on the desktop (under Fedora Core 3).Copy the files to /media/usbdisk/ and you are set.

The unit is very small.My only gripes are that the carrying case is pretty cheap, and the snaps used to fasten it add significantly to the thickness of the unit (although, this is also a testament to just how small this player is).Secondly, the flap that covers the USB port is hard to open -- I need to use a paper clip for this.This seems like something that will loosen up with use (hopefully).

4-0 out of 5 stars Samsung YP-MT6 Z 1G MP3 player
I have this gear more than 2 weeks now and really "wow"ed by its rich sound quality. Battery life seems very good and not close to 40 hours as Samsung declared but rather close to 25-30 hours. Transfer 988M bytes MP3 only takes 9 minutes when compares with other no name brands MP3 flash players of more than 20 minutes.

Like other electronic gears, this pcs is not perfect and here are some unfriendly factors

1. Everytime download MP3 songs from PC to this gear through USB2 port, the "play mode reset to its default setting and requires re-program.
2. I accidently hit the record button and I needs to use PC to delete these voice files since I found it is very diffcult to delete the voice file w/o using the PC.
3. The play button also serves as power button and I found my myself constantly lightly touch the play button which cause device accicently turnon.In another words, the play button seems bit of "sensitive".

Other than these, I really enjoy this gear and bought another one already. ... Read more


38. Samsung ML1740 Laser Printer

our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0001WW3G6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 2355
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

An affordable monochrome laser printer, the ML-1740 from Samsung is designed for home and small business use and comes with some attractive features. With a 600 x 600 dpi print resolution, text is easy to read, while a 17 ppm print speed delivers jobs quickly, when you need them.

A 250-page paper input tray is accompanied by a single-sheet manual bypass feeder and a 50-page output tray. The printer accepts plain paper, envelopes, labels, and transparency media, as well as media weights ranging from 16 to 24 lbs bond via the tray and 16 to 43 lbs bond via the manual feeder. The starter toner cartridge has an average life of about 1,000 pages (3,000 pages for the replacement cartridge), while a toner-save mode can reduce toner consumption by up to 40%.

USB and parallel ports allow you to easily connect the ML-1740 to your host computer. The 66 MHz processor combines with 8 MB of memory to handle small to medium size print loads, and the 15,000-page maximum monthly duty cycle provides reliability for home and office applications. Compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux operating platforms, the ML-1740 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Printer, paper tray, paper guide, power cord, starter toner cartridge, setup guide, driver CD-ROM; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Up to 17 ppm print speed
  • 66 MHz processor, 8 MB memory
  • Toner save mode reduces consumption up to 40%
  • USB and parallel ports; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for personal/small office/home office
It's noisy as heck while warming up, and I wouldn't call it quiet when it's printing. But it's pretty quick, has good text quality (print quality for graphics is only fair) and is inexpensive. You can frequently find rebates that drive the price down a little more.

I don't think I'd put it through heavy-duty use, but for a home office or small office, it should do the job pretty well. It also works with a parallel printer cable as well as a USB cable, which means I didn't have to replace the cable from my prehistoric inkjet printer when I upgraded to this little laser printer. That saved me from crawling around on the floor!

The manual comes only on CD-ROM; you might want to print out the important parts to keep handy. Installation was pretty straightforward on a machine running XP.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, toner is expensive...but no problem!
This is a great printer, it's fast without compromising quality. The toner replacement is around $70, which is on the high side for laser printers in this class. But I looked into refill kits and found that you can refill your toner 9 or 10 times for the same price as buying 1 replacement, it's worth checking out.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not suitable for sharing via a broadband router
I bought this to replace my 11 year old Epson AL1500 and was sorely disappointed to discover it will not work with a print server. Samsung Tech Support confirmed this and suggested I get a different printer.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware of toner costs
In interests of full disclosure, I chose not to buy this printer due to toner costs. Just check those costs before you buy. A 3000 page toner costs $70, versus $54 for the toner of an equivalent Brother (say the HL1440 which I have owned) or $70 for a 6000 page Brother toner. I think Samsung is known to do this "make the profit in the refills" for this printer. ... Read more


39. Samsung SCD6040 DuoCam MiniDV Camcorder and 4.1-Megapixel Digital Still Camera
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B0001ELYP0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 600
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Product Description

Some camcorders provide either good video capabilities or still picture performance. The Samsung SC-D6040 DuoCam excels in both areas, bringing you outstanding still and moving images from one convenient package. It's the world's only 4.1 Megapixel Mini-DV camcorder. ... Read more

Features

  • DuoCam MiniDV camcorder and 4.1-megapixel digital still camera in one compact, easy-to-use package
  • 10x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 900x) for camcorder; 3x optical (12x digital) for DSC, and image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch rotating LCD and color viewfinder
  • Low-light recording settings, multi-card slot, pop-up flash, and MPEG-4 recording
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery pack

40. Samsung DVD-L300 10" Portable DVD Player
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B0001H4D00
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 3079
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Amazon.com Product Description

Samsung's widescreen, 16:9 aspect-ratio DVD-L300 DVD player packs a stunning 10-inch, progressive-scan TFT LCD screen into a chassis standing just over an inch high when folded. Enjoy the best of your movies and music through the player's multi-format playback abilities, including MP3 CDs, as well as standard DVD-Videos and commercial CDs.

Progressive scanning creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. The DVD-L300's rugged disc bay ensures that the show goes on no matter how you position the player. Once loaded, discs are locked in position, and the unit's special disc mechanism operates flawlessly from almost every angle.

A screen-inversion control flips the picture 180 degrees so you can mount it upside down, as in the back seat of a car or mini van. Smart Screen brightness control monitors ambient lighting conditions and adjusts the LCD's backlight accordingly, improving clarity and contrast while extending battery life.

Two .125-inch headphone jacks--enhanced by Spatializer virtual surround--accommodate a viewing partner and offer big sound to go with the DVD-L300's big screen. Motion zoom allows extreme magnification of selected screen areas, without distortion, even as the movie is playing.

S-video outputs let you hook the player up with your home television, while its coaxial digital-audio output will channel discrete, 5.1-channel Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound to a range of audio/video receivers and surround speaker setups. An S-video and minijack stereo analog audio input grant hookup options for camcorders, VCRs, game consoles, and other devices.

What's in the Box
DVD player, battery pack (affixes to back of player), AC adapter, power cord, 29-button credit-card remote control, S-video interconnect, stereo analog audio interconnect, player carrying sleeve, user's manual, and warranty info. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable DVD player with 10-inch 16:9 aspect-ratio TFT LCD screen and credit-card-sized remote control
  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, and MP3 CD; 3-hour battery life with included rechargeable pack
  • Dual headphone jacks let you watch movies or listen to music with a partner; AV input accommodates a camcorder or gaming device
  • Offers Smart Screen brightness control, Adaptive Image Control, and screen inversion for upside-down mounting
  • Measures 10.5 x 1.1 x 7.1 inches (W x H x D)

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