Samsung LN37D550 37" LCD TV (1920x1080, 60 Hz, HDTV)

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Description: Enhance your digital home entertainment with Series 5 LN37D550 LCD HDTV from Samsung. Enjoy the crisp picture quality and clarity with a 1080p full HD resolution. With 37-inch LCD screen this HDTV features the realistic images in colors where movies come alive and TV shows are totally captivating.

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    Product Title:Samsung LN37D550 37" LCD TV (1920x1080, 60 Hz, HDTV)
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Enhance your digital home entertainment with Series 5 LN37D550 LCD HDTV from Samsung. Enjoy the crisp picture quality and clarity with a 1080p full HD resolution. With 37-inch LCD screen this HDTV features the realistic images in colors where movies come alive and TV shows are totally captivating.
3 Reviews for Samsung LN37D550 37" LCD TV (1920x1080, 60 Hz, HDTV)
by D. Acree "Casual Reveiwer"
15/07/2011
Great Buy!
I bought this item a few days ago after doing a multitude of research on flat screen TV's. Frankly, I was ready to be done! Our focus was finding a TV with an external width no larger than 37 5/8". We were faced with a limited selection of 37" TV's or some barely close 40" TV's. The 40" TV's that we had to choose from were LED and cost roughly $1000 or more. Rather than being faced with a close fit of an expensive TV, we decided 37" would suffice. Then we were caught between buying a Samsung or a Sony and whether to get LED or LCD. In my opinion, the Sony brand commands a brand premium in price. Nice TV's though. I read a lot about LED v. LCD. The LCD is still energy efficient and is energy star qualified. After seeing the picture difference of the LCD and LED. My wife and I were both okay with LCD. Then I researched the difference of 60 hz versus 120 hz refresh rates. Okay, I understand the technical mumbo jumbo of this, but after comparing in a store the difference I...
by Eric Berg
02/04/2011
Best TV I've personally seen in 2010 and 2011
For the last year I've been looking for a TV to replace my 2009 Samsung 26" LCD. It had what some people call "smudging" or "smearing" where if two really dark images move near one another, the black area would leave a trail. It looks sort of like when you make a dark circle with a pencil and run your finger over it. It made night scenes in movies and games really distracting. I even saw it in people with black hair watching 720p Lost episodes.

From what I can tell so far, this set has none of it. I went through a Sony, a Toshiba, an LG, and another Samsung. All but the LG had this issue, and the LG had atrocious black levels due to it being a technically "better" IPS panel. I love my LG IPS monitors, but for TV it looks awful. So I stuck with Samsung's PVA panels, and boy am I glad I did.

I immediately turned off all the video processing options and turned the backlight down from 14 to 8. IMPECCABLE picture as far as I'm concerned. Looks incredible even at...
by Tommy M.
15/04/2011
Quirky DLNA, underwhelming documentation, but great picture and sound
I chose this model over other 32-inch LCDs because I'm a sucker for things like network streaming, a 5-band equalizer, picture-in-picture, and firmware updating. It also has a semi-documented headphone jack in the rear -- just turn off the speakers for it to work. Also, the power cable detaches, so you can replace that yourself.

One might dismiss this TV altogether since it doesn't have LED edge lighting, but that tech does not appear to be earning its price premium so far, considering a higher percentage of panel defects, and a black level so intense that detail often gets lost. 60Hz is also not a deal-breaker, since 120Hz tends to only show its strength with sports programming.

The picture quality is ultimately subjective, of course. But I found it well above average. Unfortunately, you can't completely disable Dynamic Contrast. The TV will tell you that it's off, but some enterprising Internet detectives at televisioninfo.com have determined that this is a...
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