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141. Samsung SyncMaster 323T 32" LCD
$94.99 list()
142. Samsung YP-MT6V 256 MB Digital
list($1,899.99)
143. Samsung HC-P4363W 43" HD-Ready
$135.99 list()
144. Samsung OPC DRUM FOR CLP-500 SERIES
$295.99 $219.95 list()
145. Samsung TR61X2 61-67" DLP TV Expandable
Too low to display $303.95 list($399.99)
146. Samsung Digimax V50 5MP Digital
$3,687.99 $3,498.64 list($3,999.95)
147. SAMSUNG LN-R408D 40" LCD Widescreen
$185.00
148. Samsung ML-1710 Laser Printer
$2,135.15 list($4,199.99)
149. Samsung SyncMaster 243T 24" LCD
Too low to display $299.00 list($399.99)
150. Samsung SCD453 MiniDV Camcorder
$179.95 list($249.99)
151. Samsung DVD-V2000 DVD-VCR Combo
Too low to display $1,243.99 list($1,899.99)
152. Samsung LTP227W 22" HD-Ready Flat-Panel
$94.94 $85.00 list()
153. SAMSUNG DVDV5500 DVD-VCR Combination
$1,139.99 $899.00 list($1,299.99)
154. Samsung TXR3079WH 30" Widescreen
$229.99 $199.95
155. Samsung Digimax U-CA3 3.2MP Digital
Too low to display
156. Samsung HLP5674W Samsung HLP5674W
$268.00 list($999.99)
157. Samsung Digimax V4 4MP Digital
list($179.99)
158. Samsung DVD-V3500 Progressive-Scan
$97.99 $85.99 list()
159. Samsung SINGLE PIECE BLACK TONER
$328.28 list($699.99)
160. Samsung SIR-TS160 Multiple Platform

141. Samsung SyncMaster 323T 32" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $4,799.99
our price: $2,774.99
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Asin: B00014GH7U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 22545
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Features

  • Generous 32-inch screen with 1,280 x 768 resolution
  • 0.537 mm dot pitch, 500:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles, fast 23 ms response
  • Digital DVI-D and analog, plus CVBS, S-video, and component video
  • Remote control; 3-year warranty

142. Samsung YP-MT6V 256 MB Digital Audio Player (Black)

our price: $94.99
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Asin: B0007M610E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Electronics
Sales Rank: 14001
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Includes Samsung YP-MT6V MP3 Player Cradle Necklace Direct USB adaptor Carrying Case Earphones USB Cable In-Line Coding Cable. ... Read more

Features

  • SRS WOW optimization
  • Supports MP3, WMA, ASF and Ogg files
  • Built-in flash memory holds 256MB
  • FM Tuner and recorder
  • Line in & voice recording

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Digital Audio Player (A Must Have)
The Samsung YP-MT6V 256 MB is a perfect easy to use music player. The things that I like the most about it are its perfect compact size, and great stylish look. Also, whenever you are not around a computer, you can just hook it up to a cd player, or other music device that takes headphones and mp3 encode a song. It has a great sound and I think its much better than the same priced iPod Shuffle. Mainly because it can record voice, FM radio, you can record straight of a cd player, and you can see what you are listening to, unlike the no screen shuffle. The only disadvantage of the 256 mb player is the fact that it only holds 256 mb.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little mp3/ogg player
The Samsung YP-MT6V 256 MB digital audio player is a superb mp3 player. It is able to play all types of codecs including ogg which was the big seller for me.It also has a root directory meaning all you have to do is copy your digital files directly to the player using windows explorer.You do not need to use some fancy program that complicates the process even more.The one "AA" battery is said to last up to 42 hours, and with the quality of sound and performance of this little gem that is remarkable.It also has an FM transmitter and a voice recorder. The factory headphones produce great sound, so overall this is a heck of a player.Easy to use, and a true digital media player. Highly recommended ... Read more


143. Samsung HC-P4363W 43" HD-Ready Widescreen Projection TV with Built-In Home Theater Speaker System
list price: $1,899.99
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Asin: B0002TX7SG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
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Features

  • 43-inch widescreen projection HD-ready TV with HDMI direct-digital interface; 40.5 x 53.2 x 23.0 inches (W x H x D)
  • 180-watt sound system with onboard 5.1-channel surround processing and 13 speaker drivers (including dual subwoofers)
  • 10 video inputs include 2 HD/SD component-video inputs; watch 2 shows at once with dual-tuner, multiwindow picture-in-picture
  • RealFlect video system includes Samsung Auto Self Focus CRTs, HD Fine Focus lenses, HD fine-pitch screen, antiglare protective screen
  • 3:2 pulldown detection corrects distortion in film-based digital sources

144. Samsung OPC DRUM FOR CLP-500 SERIES ( CLP-500RB/XAA )

our price: $135.99
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Asin: B0001AV5WQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Information Systems
Sales Rank: 12927
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Product Description

Samsung exemplifies technological determination and progressive ideals. From technology to business to the philanthropy, Samsung has become a world leader for which the possibilities are truly endless. ... Read more


145. Samsung TR61X2 61-67" DLP TV Expandable Stand

our price: $295.99
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Asin: B00099Q28G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 6773
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Product Description

Put your 61/67-Inch Samsung DLP TV where it belongs. This Samsung-made TV stand perfectly matches the attractive contours of the TV while providing ample shelving for such items as a DVD player and AV receiver. ... Read more


146. Samsung Digimax V50 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001G6UFC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 950
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Features

  • 5-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 13-by-17-inch enlargements
  • 3x Schneider optical zoom lens
  • 2-inch LCD screen, movie clips with audio; PictBridge support
  • Store images on Secure Digital (SD) memory cards (32 MB SD card included)
  • Powered by 2 AA-size batteries (alkaline included, rechargeable NiMH recommended)

147. SAMSUNG LN-R408D 40" LCD Widescreen HDTV with ATSC / Digital Cable Ready Tuner
list price: $3,999.95
our price: $3,687.99
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Asin: B0009E3T14
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 73198
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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) * 40" flat LCD panel with Patterned Vertical Alignment * widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio * 1366 x 768 pixels * ... Read more

Features

  • HD-Grade 1366(H) x 768(V) Pixel Resolution
  • 3,000 - 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 500 cdm2 Brightness
  • Digital Cable Ready (DCR) Tuner with CableCARD slot
  • Integrated ATSC terrestrial tuner

148. Samsung ML-1710 Laser Printer

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Asin: B00008XOKV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 9908
Average Customer Review: 3.42 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung ML-1710 brings the perfection of laser printing into your home at a great low price. Offering up to 17 monochrome pages per minute and a respectable 600 dpi resolution, you can churn through up to 15,000 pages each month. The compact design allows this printer to fit snugly into smaller spaces, while USB connectivity will have it up and running in just minutes.

The paper tray can handle up to 250 sheets; everything from envelopes to index cards can also be processed. If you're printing draft copies, simply press the Toner Save button and you'll conserve your consumables until you're ready for that final professional print.

Windows, Mac OS, and Linux operating systems are supported. Samsung includes a one-year warranty on parts and service.

What's in the Box
Printer, paper tray, 1,000-sheet starter cartridge, drivers, startup sheet, warranty card ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 17 pages per minute
  • 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Superb laser-sharp quality
  • Convenient USB connection
  • Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible

Reviews (67)

5-0 out of 5 stars samsung ml-1710
Prior reviewer is dead on. This is a really cool little laser...

I've just set mine up. It took longer to unravel the old parallel cable than setting up the entire new printer. I'm retiring an NEC 860 laser 8ppm that has been good to me since 1996.

what you need to know:
rated at 17ppm. screams to me compared to what i had.
doesn't include usb cable. you must buy one.
doesn't support parallel. that's one reason it screams.
toner cartridge included is rated for 1000 pages
new toner cartridge rated for 3000 pages about $79 local retail.
cartridge includes drum which is good
it has a tiny footprint
everything load from the front which is great
holds 250 pages
also can front load envelopes, legal etc on manual basis
drivers were loaded in seconds (i'm on dell running win2000 pro)
print quality is exceptional for text and business graphics
toner save button (claimed 40% savings) produces great results
side by side against full toner, draft version is a hair lighter.

buy it, i bet you'll love it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer! Here's a tip on buying USB cable...
I agree with most of the other reviews here. This printer does a really sharp job with text. Graphics are not quite as superb, but for a personal laser printer it's quite acceptable.

One note about the front-feed slot. If you like feeding envelopes or nonstandard-sized paper into your printer, you should know that the adjustable guides can get moved out of position with little effort, and it's easy for your paper to get crooked while going through. You have to pay close attention when feeding the paper to make sure it goes in straight. Other than that, it works fine, and I have had no problems at all so far using the tray.

One tip for buying a USB cable: DO NOT buy your cable at Best Buy, Circuit City, or CompUSA. You will pay between $20 and $30 for a 6' Belkin cable. If you go to Wal-Mart or Target you can get a name brand cable (in not-as-fancy packaging) for less than $15.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderfully functional little printer
I have not cursed this printer at all over the year during which I have used it, and that is something to say for an inexpensive peripheral. The printer has nice resolution, speed, and always works. Toner refilling is easy and the toner can be purchased very cheaply if you know where to look. I highly recommend this printer for anyone who needs high-quality B&W prints.

1-0 out of 5 stars How quickly satisfaction fades...
Bought this printer less than a year ago. It lives in a smallish bedroom (my home office). Over the last 90 days, print-outs have faded until they are about half the darkness (or maybe a little less) than when the printer was new. I have checked the Samsung support site, and have tweaked all the pop-up controls. No luck, no dice. After less than 1,000 copies, this printer produces pages that are almost too light to read. I suppose I could replace the toner cartridge...but if the problem turned out not to be a defective cartidge, then I'd be out another $75.00 and would still need to "deep six" the printer. My recommendation is: "Dont't Buy It!"

2-0 out of 5 stars 80 bucks for toner?
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 $79, 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


149. Samsung SyncMaster 243T 24" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $4,199.99
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Asin: B00019OWSQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 15544
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SyncMaster 243T from Samsung is a large, 24-inch TFT LCD monitor that features both a high-quality display image and a number of useful extras. With dual analog and digital inputs, as well as its large display size, the 243T is a versatile monitor that's ideal for a wide range of home and office uses, including gaming, professional graphics, CAD/CAM, and other demanding applications.

With a 1,920 x 1,200 maximum resolution, 16.7 million colors, and 0.27 x 0.27 mm dot pitch, onscreen images are crisp and accurate, while 270 cd/m2 of brightness and a 500:1 contrast ratio deliver bright, easy-to-see images in nearly any operating environment. Wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide an excellent range of visual clarity. Onscreen menus allow you to adjust a number of monitor settings, including brightness, contrast, H/V position, color temperature, and much more.

The 15 pin D-sub and DVI-D ports allow you to use the monitor with a number of input signals, and the narrow bezel makes the 243T a perfect choice for multiple-monitor set-ups. Plug-and-play compatible, the 243T is a snap to set up and also meets TCO '03 emissions standards. With its 23.09-by-9.69-inch footprint, the monitor takes up remarkably little space, while VESA wall-mount capabilities let you free up desktop space completely. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms (Mac adapter sold separately), the 243T also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base, analog D-sub cable, power cord, stand, quick setup guide, warranty card, user's guide and driver installation CD, Pivot installation CD; DVI cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • 1,920 x 1,200 maximum resolution, 0.27 x 0.27 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D inputs
  • 270 cd/m2 of brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year limited warranty

150. Samsung SCD453 MiniDV Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0007QN892
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 1034
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Product Description

Samsung Consumer (DVD/TV/etc) (SCD453) Samsung 3.5" LCD Mini-DV Camcorder ... Read more


151. Samsung DVD-V2000 DVD-VCR Combo
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B0000632FX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 8772
Average Customer Review: 3.19 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • DVD player and 4-head hi-fi VCR combination unit
  • Dual-mode optical pickup compatible with CD-R/CD-RW media
  • Built-in MP3 decoder plays back music files from CD-R/CD-RW discs
  • S-video and high-quality component-video output terminals (for use with compatible TVs)
  • Full-size (.25-inch) stereo headphone output with rotary volume control

Reviews (69)

3-0 out of 5 stars Returned - not a happy camper
On the plus side - This unit is attractive, has a lot of nice features and a good price. Set up was easy and on screen commands are logical. The VCR worked well.

Reason for return - In addition to annoying pixelation, the first rental DVD jammed twice during regular play. The disc had minor(?) fingerprint marks. After a good cleaning, it performed OK. I made sure the next 2 rentals were cleaned ahead of time. I still had pixelation on both. "0" for three did not seem like a very good percentage.

I'm now looking at the Panasonic PV-D4762. Nice features, good reviews. Higher price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Smooth and Unfailing Performer
This DVD/VCR Combination player and recorder from SAMSUNG is good. In the SP mode it records and plays back very well. EP recording is acceptable as long as you play back your recordings on this unit. The front load VCR accepts and ejects the tape with frictionless accuracy. The on-screen display indicates tracking, speed, elapsed time and remaining time. I also really liked the high-speed Fast Forward and Rewind operation. Programming the unit for time-date recordings is pretty basic and similar to SONY and RCA units. You must navigate the controls just a little differently. It will also play back S-VHS recordings, which is a very good feature especially for a combo unit. DVD play and menu operations are pretty much the same as most other units. It is gratifying that you can get both the VCR and DVD signal through the RF output. If you have an old TV with no video line inputs there is no longer a need to purchase a separate RF Modulator to receive the DVD signal. That's a really nice feature. It is interesting to note that this unit is very similar in look and performance to SONY's combo DVD/VCR player. However, SAMSUNG's hand remote is a big improvement over SONY's which is awkward to use. SONY's remote is just too small. SAMSUNG's hand remote fits in your hand nicely. Overall this is an excellently designed unit both esthetically and functionally. Most importantly it performs beautifully. Both DVD and VCR images look great.

3-0 out of 5 stars What's Korean for "Couch Potato"?
Dumb Thing #1: You can't program a sequence of CD cuts (or a repeat) without having your TV on, because the only output is to the video display, not the front panel.

Dumb Thing #2: The user interface. Maybe they all rot these days. This one seems to be the Korean conception of what an American moron is going to be able to use. I find that I tend to have somewhat better luck with American conceptions of what an American moron is going to be able to use, particularly in those cases when the American doing the conceiving is not in fact a moron. (At least I think that happened to me once...)

The most painful thing is trying not to hit the wrong button too many times while wondering whether the box can see the beam from the remote right now and whether the remote has adequate batteries. Natch, there are only a couple of buttons on the box because they figure 99% of customers will just use the remote anyway.

I'm pretty unsatisfied. But it works and it's cheap.

1-0 out of 5 stars Declined to a lemon
Just as many other reviewers have stated the DVD portion worked fine albeit loud early on; then it slowly got worse. I started to have the same problems as other people have stated where the DVD would pixilate in the middle of a movie. Eventually it would not even load a DVD just give the bad DVD error on screen. I took it to Best Buy and the hooked it up to one of their TVs with no problem. I took it home and hooked it up before putting it back in the entertainment center and it worked. Inside the entertainment center it crapped out again. It maybe a heat issue. That would explain the DVD going out half way through a movie, just as it was heating up. I dunno. Now I'm stuck with $160 paperweight.

2-0 out of 5 stars OK, Except for the Squeal, the Jitter, and the Remote
I liked the idea of it. I never used it much for the DVD but when I did, it would give a high pitched squeal. This would last about 5 or 10 minutes. I couldn't tell if it was because the machine warmed up or if my head just got used to it. (My hearing is 20/20.)

The VCR picture was ok for pre-recorded tapes or tapes I made with another machine. However, the picture developed a jitter when viewing shows it taped itself.

Also, the remote control never worked right. Some of the buttons didn't work. I sent the remote back to Samsung Repair and they sent it back unfixed. They said there was corrosion, but it worked for them. They said I should think about buying a new one. It still didn't work for me but I programmed my One4all to operate the machine.

Eventually, I just took it back to the store and got a Sony DVD-VCR Combo to replace it. SLV-D300-P. So far so good. It is very similar in style and programming to the Samsung. It was most likely made by the same manufacturer. ... Read more


152. Samsung LTP227W 22" HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
list price: $1,899.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00021UKQG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 8341
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung LTP227W vaults viewers squarely into the 21st century. The 22-inch LCD model functions as both a TV and computer monitor, and it's capable of receiving high-definition content when paired with an HD receiver. More impressively, the TV is designed to switch effortlessly between different media, and it even broadcasts two at once, meaning users can surf the Web in one window while watching HBO in another. The crisp 1,280 x 720 resolution ensures impressively realistic images on the narrow, flat LCD screen (which includes a wide 170-degree viewing angle). The screen also adds a striking design element to a room, with a black and silver bezel that draws attention without dominating.

The monitor's picture is enhanced by Samsung's exclusive Digital Natural Image engine (DNIe), which optimizes motion, contrast, detail, and color to create vivid, lifelike pictures. Colors are more accurate, motion is sharper, and edges are more defined. The TV also includes a 3D digital comb filter that precisely separates the color signals to further clarify broadcasts, along with a specially designed filter that reduces or eliminates reception problems. The multimedia picture-in-picture feature not only lets viewers watch programs from two sources simultaneously, but also format them on a split screen in addition to a larger and smaller window.

Movie fans will delight in the 16:9 letterbox format, which broadcast select DVDs in a widescreen layout. The TV includes such additional features as a multilingual onscreen menu system, automatic tuning on the built-in NTSC tuner for up to 181 channels, adjustable picture and sound settings that store in the unit's memory, V-chip parental control, and an automatic timer that turns the TV on and off.

Fortunately for home theater buffs, the LTP227W doesn't ignore the audio, with a pair of 5-watt stereo speakers and MTS multichannel decoding that includes a separate audio program (SAP) when available. For users that prefer a richer experience, the unit simulates the surround sound effect through its SRS WOW option, which also emphasizes midrange and bass levels.

Connectivity occurs through the two component inputs and single S-video, RF, and two composite inputs. The component inputs are designed to accept HD receivers and DVD players for unparalleled video quality, while the composite inputs are ideal for camcorders and video game consoles. The unit also connects to a PC through its DVI and RGB inputs, letting users check their e-mail, surf the Web, and watch online movies through the TV.

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

Features

  • 22-inch HD-ready LCD monitor with 3D digital comb filter; 23.58 x 16.45 x 4.43 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • Digital Natural Image engine ensures sharp, colorful images; 16:9 letterbox format
  • Picture-in-picture format broadcasts choice of TV, DVD, and PC programming side by side
  • 2 component inputs, S-video input, 2 composite inputs, and DVI input
  • 10-watt speaker system (5 watts x 2) with SRS WOW surround sound and MTS decoding

153. SAMSUNG DVDV5500 DVD-VCR Combination Dual Deck

our price: $94.94
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Asin: B0009292SK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 7150
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Enjoy the convenience of watching your favorite DVD movies while maintaining your investment in all those VHS tapes you recorded in the past brings a host of new options to the DVD-V5500. Users can instantly transfer MP3 music files and listen to their favorite music using the full fidelity of any home entertainment system connected to the player. Camcorders can show the whole family their word by simply removing the memory stick from the compatible camera, and inserting it into the convenient front AV Inputs. And the increasing number of PC bound digital music fans can break free from the desktop by bringing MP3 files straight to the DVD-V5500. ... Read more

Features

  • Hi-Fi Stereo VCR with high-quality slow motion and stop action (with 4 heads) and Quasi-Playback of S-VHS tapes with a better than standard resolution / INTRO Scan, Zero Return, and END Search / 7-event/1 month timer recording

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the price . . . so far at least!
I just brought this home, so I can't give any long-term performance notes.These combo machines seem to have a collective bad record in that regard, so we'll see.That said, the cd-player sounds great, dvd's play fine, dvd-r's, vcd's and so on (tested those 3 so far), and the VCR is more responsive than our old Sharp standalone.You can pause, ff and rew with barely a moments hesitation.You can hear the motor running softly, so if you're particular prone to hair-pulling if your electronics aren't whisper-quiet, then you may want to look elsewhere, but I wouldn't call it loud by any stretch of the imagination.

For the giveaway price I'm extremely satisfied and very happy to put the old VCR deck down in the basement.I bought it at Sears and paid an extra $15 for a two year full-replacement warranty, so you probably won't hear much squealing on my end if it suffers some sort of premature melt-down, but I'll keep folks posted in any case. ... Read more


154. Samsung TXR3079WH 30" Widescreen Flat Panel HH-Ready TV
list price: $1,299.99
our price: $1,139.99
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Asin: B0009EXWJS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 9335
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars For the Price, Really Really Nice
Have had it a day, and so far so good. Quality with SD (cable and DirecTV) is what I expected but the upscaling gives it a more "BBC" look and far less articating than with most LCDs. Progressive DVD is really nice. I was shocked at how much better 480p is compared to 480i zoomed (to fit letterbox to screen).

I have yet to get HD via my cable company so I hooked up some rabbit ears and the Built in ATSC tuner picked up all of my local networks flawlessly. HD quality is fantastic. In all honesty probably a tiny bit fuzzier than a high end Sharp LCD or Sony WEGA, but coming from a 27" tube, this TV is amazing considering the price and size.

For a 30" television it really is tiny. You'll immediately notice how thin the shipping box is. Granted, it's not LCD or Plasma thin, but 16" isn't too shabby.

Speaker quality is okay, bit lacking in bass but not bad for built ins.

OSD is intuitive as is the remote (though pretty basic looking)

It is HEAVY

HD awe aside, i did notice that there is a slight curvature on my set mid left-very bottom but only noticed it when there was a news ticker. Things like this usually bug the heck out of me but I noticed this to be the case in the display model as well.
I assume it's due to having to increase the deflection angle in order to make the set so slim. I'm willing to live with it, keeping in mind that this is the thinest 30" widescreen at this price.

Speaking of which I got this at a local CC for under 880 w/tax, so perhaps it's shortcomings are outweighed by the price for which one can get it.

I strongly recommend taking a look at it in person if you're picky, but otherwise the picture quality is superior to any of the Phillips and Others I saw in this price range. ... Read more


155. Samsung Digimax U-CA3 3.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom (Black)
list price: $229.99
our price: $229.99
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Asin: B0001GKX0U
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 7596
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Features

  • 3.2-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 10-by-14-inch enlargements
  • 3x optical zoom combines with 3x digital zoom for 9x total zoom
  • Optical viewfinder, 1.5-inch color TFT LCD screen; PictBridge support
  • Store images on Memory Stick Duo memory cards (32 MB included)
  • Powered by Dedicated lithium ion battery (SLB-1037)

156. Samsung HLP5674W Samsung HLP5674W 56 In DLP Tv

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Asin: B0006HPCL4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 34776
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Features

  • 56 Inch
  • DLP TV
  • 2 Tuner PIP/Splt Scr
  • 2 PullDwn Enhancmt

157. Samsung Digimax V4 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00008KUVU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung Digimax V4 packs a relatively large CCD in a relatively small package, allowing for high-resolution shots that are crystal clear. The camera can "remember" settings from various users, making it a great choice for family vacations where everyone wants to take some pictures.

Optics and Resolution
The Digimax V4 uses a 4.0 mega-pixel, high-resolution CCD that provides vivid picture images and renders accurate color tones. It is ideal for general pictures as well as for high-quality printed results. In addition, the Digimax V4 uses a Schneider lens, recognized throughout the world as being one of the leading quality lenses available, producing crystal clear images. The camera features an advanced multi-purpose 12x zoom consisting of a 3x optical zoom (focal length of 38mm-113mm in a 35mm film camera) and a 4x digital zoom.

Storage and Transfer
The Digimax V4 uses a USB 1.1 interface to transfer data to and from the PC. Images and video are stored on removable SD or MMC cards.

Movie and Audio Modes
The Digimax V4 has a WAV sound recording function, which is ideal for recording events such as speeches and important business meetings. You can also capture AVI movie clips with sound at a resolution of 288 x 208 pixels and add commentary to your still images. Video clip size is limited only by the available memory capacity of the storage card. More Features
The Digimax V4 personalizes camera settings to work for each user. The "My Set" function lets users choose and save 3 favorite camera settings, such as image size, quality and ISO. This enables users to achieve the great results they personally want, in many different shooting conditions, with just one touch of a button.

The Digimax V4's Super Macro function makes it possible for you to capture images from as little as 6 cm away. Accurate focusing control has been made possible through precision design and lens cutting skills.

You can edit captured images easily, without the need for a PC. The Trimming function can be used to save only a certain part of the captured image and the Resizing function can be used to resize images.

Other features include:

  • Three kinds of manual exposure options, including Aperture priority, Shutter priority and Manual
  • Manual focusing available
  • 1.5 inch LCD

Power and Size
The Digimax V4 supports nine kinds of power sources, including AA Alkaline, AA Lithium, CR-V3 (included), and rechargeable Ni-MH batteries, as well as a dedicated Li-ion battery or AC adaptor. You are now free to take pictures whenever and wherever you'd like, without having to worry about running out of power and missing out on a perfect photo opportunity.

The camera measures 105.5mm by 54.6mm by 38mm and weighs 165g(without batteries).

What's in the Box
The camera comes with a variety of accessories, including a carrying pouch, 32 MB SD card, wrist strap, and software CD-ROM. It also includes USB and AV cables for interfacing with a PC or AV equipment. ... Read more

Features

  • 4.0 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality prints up to 11 x 14 and medium-quality poster-size prints
  • 3x optical zoom plus 4x digital zoom (12x total)
  • Captures movies with audio; powers up in less then 3 seconds
  • Included 32 MB Secure Digital (SD) card
  • Powered by AA batteries (NiMH rechargeables recommended); connects with Macs and PCs via USB port

158. Samsung DVD-V3500 Progressive-Scan DVD/VCR Combo
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00008N6YJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 8060
Average Customer Review: 2.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Samsung's titanium-finished DVD-V3500 DVD/VCR combo is perfect for favorite movies and music, featuring VHS recording and playback, high-end component-video DVD outputs, built-in MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) decoding, and compatibility with JPEG image CDs and Kodak Picture CDs, which makes it easy enjoy a slideshow of digital pictures right on a television.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DVD-V3500 stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, providing higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

The VCR delivers hi-fi stereo sound and quasi-S-VHS (QSPB) playback, which lets you view S-VHS cassettes--normally only playable on high-end S-VHS machines--in standard VHS resolution. Top-of-the-line component-video outputs (for DVD only) help minimize digital and line-scan artifacts on compatible advanced televisions, while composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

A set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. Another handy feature is EZ-View letterbox eliminator, which makes it possible to watch full-screen pictures on 4:3 aspect-ratio TVs--even when you're watching widescreen DVDs. Supplied accessories include a composite-video/stereo analog-audio interconnect, instruction manual, and a remote control. ... Read more

Features

  • Space-saving full-featured DVD player with built-in hi-fi VCR
  • Component-video output terminals with progressive-scan output offers flicker-free images on HD or HD-ready TVs
  • Dual-mode optical pickup for CD-R/CD-RW playback, built-in MP3 and WMA decoders
  • Compatibility with Kodak Picture CD and standard JPEG CDs
  • EZ-View letterbox eliminator lets you enjoy full-screen pictures on 4:3 aspect-ratio TVs

Reviews (74)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pleased with the Value
Purchased this unit about a month ago. Very pleased with the picture quality and features. Tuner is better than my 27" TV. Both VCR and DVD function as described. Reviews of other brands/models indicated noisy playback. I haven't experienced this at all with this unit. Ability to scan through JPEGs is nice. Cost was very good for the features.

The biggest drawback I've seen is the remote. It programmed easily enough to run my JVC television, but is anything but intuitive to operate (and I have a computer science degree.) By working at it long enough I eventually get where I intend, but it should be easier. (Heaven help the 51% of the population who are "remote control challenged".)

A related problem is the narrow angle at which remote must shoot the beam at the DVD/VCR unit. I can be at nearly a 90 deg angle and the TV will respond, but the DVD/VCR unit requires much closer to a direct shot. (The real issue is...I can't control the DVD/VCR unit from my favorite chair!)

Bottom line: It's a good unit for the money, and hopefully someday I'll figure out the remote (or my kids will).

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't understand the bad reviews!
I purchased my unit from Target almost a year ago. After thoroughly reading the manual I figured out how it all works. The sound and picture quality are great, no noise on mine like other posters have claimed. I have had absolutely positively NO problems viewing any dvd's or tapes, and I have watched A LOT since the purchase. I don't understand where the problems are coming from unless people have a faulty machine. The remote has been good, but it must be pointed at the machine, it's not as sensitive as other remotes are. I didn't care for the button for fast forwarding/chaptering but after a few uses I have it down. Setup was really easy (or so my husband says!) and I have experienced no problems with the clock setup after power outages - had several with thunderstorms this summer! This has been a fabulous machine and I have been looking at it again today on this site to purchase for my in-laws for Christmas. Completely recommend this! My only regret? Having to pay about $30-$40 more when I bought it, versus the good price now. Happy shopping!

1-0 out of 5 stars Died in 7 months
I bought it in December, 2003. From the very beginning, DVD-R's would occasionally freeze and then, after a few seconds, would recover. However, commercial discs played without incident, so I believed the problem was the DVD-Rs. I was wrong. After six months of service, even commercial DVD's began to freeze. Finally, in June of 2004, it totally died. A commercial DVD (The Wizard of Oz) froze after 10 minutes of play and the machine never recovered; it failed to recognize any type of disc, and is now garbage.

5-0 out of 5 stars good product, most of you are just retarded!
This is actually a great dvd player, alot of you compaling about the red screen are just stupid.
The red screen happens when you put the dvd player on progressive scan when its not a progrssive scan tv.
And all you people who get horrible sound on vhs should know you have to push the wires in tight.
am playing tapes that are horrible qualilty yet there act great on this dvd/vcr combo.
I do agree with the freezeing of dvds.
and we had to replace our v3500 once, but this new one acts fine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible product!!!
This product is one of the worst DVD players I have ever dealt with. Less than 3 months after receiving this player as a Christmas gift, the machine started freezing when playing DVD's as though the DVD's were dirty. A couple of weeks later, it stopped recognizing DVD's at all. I took it in to have it serviced, but by this point the 90 days was past, so I had to pay for labor (parts were covered.) I've had the DVD player back for about 3 weeks (the service center "fixed" it for over 2 months) and it is beginning to do the exact same thing! I currently can not get any DVD to play in the unit.

I would like to note that I've never had any problems with the VCR.

I STRONGLY recommend anybody looking for a DVD/VCR combo unit to purchase a different make and/or model. ... Read more


159. Samsung SINGLE PIECE BLACK TONER ( CLP-500D7K/XAA )

our price: $97.99
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Asin: B0001A06EE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 10058
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160. Samsung SIR-TS160 Multiple Platform DirectTV Receiver
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00007FS1O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 16014
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Samsung's SIR-TS160 is an all-in-one set-top box for people seeking the best HDTV programming and reception. Based on Samsung's award-winning SIR-T150 ATSC receiver (noted by industry experts as the most sensitive tuner available), this newer model offers unprecedented reception of over-air digital broadcasts (ATSC), analog broadcasts (NTSC), and digital satellite programming from DIRECTV.

The SIR-TS160 is the first consumer set-top box to use industry-standard DVI (digital video interface) jacks with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) implementation. Combined with a DIRECTV Advanced Program Guide, selectable output formats, and a videophile design, the SIR-TS160 is a great all-in-one choice for HDTV content reception. The SIR-TS160 uses a seven-day Advanced Program Guide that integrates both analog and digital signals for seamless switching between programs broadcast over satellite and over air. Samsung's proprietary speed-enhancement technology offers the fastest guide-surfing experience available in any HDTV satellite receiver to date. A new guide search lets you scan program listings via the names of actors, movies, and other one-step search fields. A picture-in-guide window makes it easy to watch a program while surfing the listings, or Samsung's Quick Guide will display listings, one 30-minute time-slot at a time, in an opaque overlay atop a program.

Consistent with the all-in-one theme, the SIR-TS160 offers selectable outputs, including 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i. This optimizes performance by matching the output to a digital television monitor's native resolution, whether it's a plasma-, LCD-, DLP-, or CRT-based set. Additionally, the SIR-TS160 simultaneously outputs standard 480i composite-video, allowing a dual connection with an analog TV or standard VCR. A full complement of audio-video inputs accommodates current and future devices. These include component-video (Y, Pb, Pr), RGB and HV (15-pin D-sub), two composite-video (one with S-video), and optical and coaxial digital-audio connections. ... Read more

Features

  • Receives over-air digital broadcasts (ATSC), analog broadcasts (NTSC), and digital satellite programming from DIRECTV
  • The first consumer set-top box to employ industry-standard DVI jacks with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
  • 7-day Advanced Program Guide integrates analog and digital signals for seamless switching between formats
  • Samsung's speed-enhancement technology offers the fastest guide-surfing available in any HDTV satellite receiver to date
  • Selectable outputs--including 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i--let you match the output to your DTV's native resolution

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Best choice when you have to record the tradional way
Note: I've been using SIR-T160 for almost 4 months now. Early in 2003, new firmware was released, which has solved many critical issues with this receiver. My review reflects this firmware. Another firmware is in the works, to be released sometime later this year.

Pros:
- High Definition (HD) video outputs (component, DVI, VGA) and low resolution analog (S-video, composite) are active simultaneously
- Fast processor -- fast channel change, responsive menu system
- Has both optical and coax digital audio output
- Clean, polished, and easy to use user interface with Advanced Program Guide (AGP)
- Includes value-added features, such as Caller ID, games, and calendar
- Wide range of video outputs: DVI, VGA, component, S-video, composite video
- Excellent support policies

Cons:
- Prone to occasional crash/freeze (perhaps once or twice a month)
- Raw Dolby Digital audio stream sometimes not selected automatically (requires re-tuning into the channel... press the channel up, then down)
- Slightly inferior picture quality than Sony/Zenith receiver
- Over-The-Air (OTA) reception signal retention is average
- Problems adding OTA channels (once DirecTV is setup, cannot add an OTA channel manually)
- Always convert the native signals to one of user specified formats (1080i, 720p, 480p, or 480i)

The first thing to know is that there's no such thing as a perfect High Definition (HD) DirecTV receiver. All receivers have one problem or another. It's a matter of finding one that has the feature you must have and problems you can live with. For me, this is that receiver.

The main selling point for me was dual active output capability. That is, both high definition video output (DVI, VGA, component video) and analog low resolution output (S-video, composite video) are active at the same point. In other words, you can hookup the analog VCR or standalone PVR/DVR (e.g., TiVo) to the unit and SIR-T160 will do all the work. When you are watching the program live, turn your HDTV on and watch it in full 1080i or 720p splendor (alas, the receiver does not output "native" signal, should your HDTV support both 1080i and 720p). But when you are not home, or if you want to record the program as you watch, your VCR/PVR/DVR will get the low resolution (480i) signals, too.

With almost all other HD receivers, you must remember to manually set output to 480i and/or toggle S-video/composite video. Otherwise, your VCR/PVR/DVR will record nothing.

Aside from this feature, the Samsung SIR-T160 is about on par with all the latest and greatest receivers. It looks and sounds great (although a notch below Sony and Zenith's latest boxes) and I was able to receive all the key local channels over the indoor antenna -- ABC (720p), CBS (1080i), Fox (480p), NBC (1080i), PBS (1080i), UPN (480p), and WB (1080i). Keep in mind that Samsung does not hold onto signals as strongly as some of the other boxes, so you may have problem receiving signals on bad weather or channels with weak signal strength.

DirecTV channels look and sound good too, although on my 56" HDTV, the compression artifacts were pretty noticeable. HD DirecTV channels look and sound amazing (198 PPV-HD, 199 HDNet, 509 HBO-HD, and 543 SHO-HD -- all in 1080i), however.

So while I do have few complaints, I love this receiver.

5-0 out of 5 stars HDTV My Way
I recently purchased the SIR-TS160 after owning a Hughes HDTV receiver. I had many problems with the Hughes unit which would continually lose my local satellite channels. The Samsung works flawlessly. It is the only receiver that I have found that allows you to connect directly to your television for HDTV and connect to a tivo unit through the S-video out and have a signal sent to the TV and Tivo at the same time. Most units will only allow a signal to be sent through an HD output or through the S-video. While using the Hughes I had to go into setup and changed the output to 480i (standard tv) so I could use my tivo. When I wanted to watch HDTV, I had to go back into setup and change to 1080i (HDTV signal). What a pain.
The Samsung allows me to hit Video 1 for HDTV or Video 3 for Tivo (that's how I set it up).
One other thing to consider...ABC broadcasts in 720p (a different type of HDTV signal). I was not able to watch ABC HDTV programs on the Hughes unit. This unit was supposed to be able to decode this signal but Hughes technical support told me that they were having trouble with their receivers decoding the 720p signal. The Samsung has no trouble processing the 720p signal. There is also a switch in back that allows you to choose what signal you want to send to your TV (1080i, 720p, or 480i). What ever you choose, the Samsung decodes the signal and converts it to your signal choice and sends it to you TV. No problem!
The picture quality is great, the menu is easy to use, and it holds onto the local antenna signals very well.
The Samsung has a DVI output for a cleaner HDTV signal (you tv must have a DVI input to use this connection), a component video output for HDTV, and an S video out for the standard TV signal.
All in all I feel that I have made a great choice. This is a high quality receive loaded with features and options.

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk with a Capital J
What a piece of junk this receiver is! The picture quality on non-HD programming is mediocre at best although the HD picture is amazing. The problem is that only a handful of shows are in HD on DirecTV. The first problem I had was when the analog receiver went out so I could no longer watch cable or traditional over the air broadcasts. The receiver soon began to shut itself off for no reason. After it would shut itself off, it would need to be fully reprogrammed. Now it has frozen on and you cannot shut it off, change channels or work the receiver with the remote or directly on the box. The manufacturer told me to unplug it and plug it back in after 15 minutes. Still frozen. If I had not had it for 5 months already, I would have tried to return it and get a Sony.

1-0 out of 5 stars this product sucks
This product sucks. I repeat this product sucks!

I have owned this receiver for a year now and have had to replace it three times. The receiver inexplicably stopped working on several occasions. Samsung support suggested I unplug the receiver temporarily to restore the settings and receive a picture. This worked occasionally until it finally stopped working all together. I could only receive an audio signal no picture on cable, air or satellite. A second receiver was sent at no cost to replace the "defective" receiver. After hooking up the "new" receiver it inexplicably no longer received air channels in addition to cable. Samsungs only response was the antenna for local HDTV was the problem. We paid to have professional take a look and instantly he told us we had been sent a refurbished replacement and that it was defective. We no longer could switch between the antenna, cable and satellite I had to choose one of the three but they would not work together. Three weeks after receiving the refurbished product it no longer works. Again I can only receive audio. This product is an absolute piece of junk. I am now awaiting the arrival of my third replacement receiver from Samsung. The professional I hired told us this product is no good he has seen the same problem many times. SAVE YOUR MONEY

5-0 out of 5 stars So much more than I expected from DirecTV.
When I upgraded my DirecTV account from standard to HD, I bought their $399 upgrade package, which included the triple LNB dish, the installation & a new HD-capable receiver. I was unable to find out beforehand what kind of receiver I would be getting, but when the TS160 was FedEx'ed to my home (with Saturday delivery, no less!), I was pretty darned pleased. Installation was quick and neat and that same evening I began on the far left side of the learning curve by actually reading the manual first (a trick I had recently learned from having misused my Samsung 931 DVD player for a solid month).
The features of this machine are nothing short of Swiss Army Knife diversity. Audio and video outputs are, in a word, complete. In my own setup, I use the DVI output at 1080i and the optical audio out.
The guide is just plain impressive. Nevermind its high-tech appearance (there's this little spindle over the guide that just hovers over the current time, slowly making its way to the right as time passes; I don't know why it fascinates me, but it does), it is flat-out faster than anything you have ever seen in a guide and offers more search parameters than you've ever imagined.
Setup fairly neatly scanned all available channels, both those received via satellite and those received over the air, and indexed them accordingly. Granted, some things it grabbed as channels were junk and needed to be removed from the memory, but this was a snap to do.
Despite that little annoyance, what I see as the best feature is the awesome OTA tuning. I have a so-called 160 mile, chimney-mounted antennna on a 20' pole with directional tuning (this has a lot to do with the Saints) that until the TS160 arrived was attached to a Motorola HD receiver from VOOM. I got 3 to 4 local channels OTA on the Motorola, and these were iffy. Simply unscrewing the antenna input from the Motorola and attaching it to the Samsung yielded 27 crystal clear "local" channels, some from as far as 100 miles away!
Needless to say, I am really happy with my Samsung TS160, and I can even be heard speaking fondly of DirecTV these days. When new technology performs the way it's supposed to, life just seems grand. ... Read more


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