Samsung UN50F6400 50-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Slim Smart LED HDTV

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Samsung UN50F6400 50-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Slim Smart LED HDTV (Product Details and Features)

 

Product Details

 

  • Sales Rank: #1312 in Home Theater
  • Size: 50-Inch
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Samsung
  • Model: UN50F6400
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 29.30″ h x
    44.70″ w x
    12.10″ l,
    34.17 pounds
  • Hard Disk: 500GB
  • Native resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Display size: 49.5

Features

  • 1080p HDTV with Micro Dimming: Best picture quality
  • 120Hz Refresh Rate: Better for general viewing and good for video games, action movies, and sports
  • Smart TV with Voice Control: Interact with streaming content and the web
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 44.7 X 26 X 1.9 Inches, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 44.7 X 29.3 X 12.1 Inches

 

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302 of 316 people found the following review helpful.
star20 tpng Samsung UN50F6400 50 Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Slim Smart LED HDTVWatch out for cloudy images — and send it back right away!
By Christopher J. Grossman
I am not an expert when it comes to TVs, so when it came to deciding on a new 55 inch HDTV, I simply wanted a great picture from a solid company. I researched quite a bit and decided on Samsung as they have the reputation of a high end company with quality service and reliable products.When the TV first arrived I was quite pleased. The screen size was ideal for my living room and the picture was good — not great, but good. The best way to view the TV was by sitting in the center, as the colors did seem to fade a bit if you watched from the side. While 3D was not my motivation for buying this model, I did feel it was a nice addition. And, there is no other way to say it, the 3D is exceptionally impressive. Much better than I expected.My issue arose in the first two weeks as I noticed that, when viewing darker images, there were large cloudy areas that extended from the edges of the TV. Sports and such was fine as they typically consist of continuous bright images, but the problem would continue to be evident with movies and shows that had a darker theme. The cloudy areas never moved — they were always stable, and they extended about 1/3 from each edge (direct center of screen was fine).Rather than immediately send the TV back, I contacted Samsung as I figured they would handle the issue and resolve it (plus I really didn’t want to have to go through the return process if it was an issue that could be resolved). The customer service individual was very helpful as they assisted me in scheduling a tech to come and check the issue. About a week later, the tech arrived and I shared the problem. He said he was familiar with the issue and, after looking at my TV for about 1 minute, said he would have to call Samsung to see if they would authorize the repair (they promptly declined). He said that previously he ordered new panels with no issue, but that recently he had been instructed to not repair what they were calling “uneven brightness.” I was told that Samsung considers the picture normal unless the defect is visible 100% of the time. So, if the issue only occurs when the screen is darker, it’s considered normal.I know another person who had bought the same model and they had not had this issue, so I called Samsung after the tech visited. The first individual I spoke to was very helpful, understood my frustration, and said that a replacement should be OK as I had only had the TV a few weeks. He noted the issue on my account and had me call another number to have the replacement handled. When I called that number, the rep told me that she could find no record of my discussion with the other rep, and that all she saw was that the tech department considered my unit normal. She said that nothing could be done and that whoever I spoke to previously would not have been authorized to offer a replacement in the first place. End of discussion.Fortunately, I contacted Amazon as it was still within 30 days, and they had no issue processing a return due to this defect. Initially I was going to just do an exchange for the same model as I obviously got a bad one. However, after seeing how Samsung failed to stand by their product, I really could not continue to support their business. I understand that I probably just got a lemon, but it’s those instances that I feel truly test a company’s commitment to their standards and customer service. In this instance, Samsung failed exceptionally. In the end, I went with a plasma model from a different brand, and the picture has proven to be amazing.If you do go with this TV, you probably won’t have an issue as it does seem that most people are fine. However, it’s important to really test your TV out when you get it. If you do notice this issue, you’ll want to return it to Amazon right away. Don’t bother contacting Samsung — they won’t help you and the process could extend you beyond Amazon’s 30 day policy to avoid restocking/shipping charges.Hope this helps those fellow shoppers who just want a high quality picture! Good Luck.

427 of 454 people found the following review helpful.
star50 tpng Samsung UN50F6400 50 Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Slim Smart LED HDTVPay the extra $ over the 6300 even if you don’t want 3D
By Georgia
This is a superb TV with lots of connection options. It is also 3D.About the 3D. I did not buy this TV for the 3D capability. I think it is a gimmick. After viewing some 3D content off the Samsung app, I still think it is a gimmick. Sure, it is fun to watch for a little bit. But the 3D experience on a TV is not like at IMAX. There are too many other things in the room that distract you from the picture.However, you should still buy this TV. It costs about $100 more than the 6300 (or 6350) but is well worth it? Why? Because for that money you get “micro-dimming”. This feature is worth it! The blacks are really black and the picture works well even in a brightly lit room (and my room has lots of windows). Also, the micro-dimming removes glare. Here is how that works. When the TV is off, there is a lot of glare on my screen. Turn on the TV and the glare disappears. Amazing.You can read other reviews for the optimum settings. I am connected to a Yamaha receiver using a single HDMI cable on the ARC (Audio Return Channel) and I get great 5.1 surround sound.What if you pay more? You gain little (some more 3D glasses) by going up one step to the 7100 (7050). Go up to the 7500 and you get better micro-dimming. The 8000 gives you even better micro-dimming. The 9000 is a 4K TV. In my mind none are worth the substantial cost increase for the features that are added.In summary, for me this TV is the best value in the Samsung line. A superb picture and plenty of features for a very reasonable price.

244 of 257 people found the following review helpful.
star40 tpng Samsung UN50F6400 50 Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Slim Smart LED HDTVAMAZING PICTURE, BUT SMARTHUB’S NETWORK SLOWNESS RUINS THE EXPERIENCE! (UPDATE: IT’S GOTTEN BETTER!)
By Tee4me
I bought this TV for the plethora of glowing reviews it received for its picture performance. I also bought it because it had built-in Wi-Fi. The picture quality is simply amazing! Scenes broadcast in HD look as if they’re almost 3D, and by that I mean everything is so clear with unbelievable depth that it makes it look like people and things being broadcast are in the room with you! I previously owned a Panasonic Viera plasma TV, and I can honestly say this Samung LED TV has an even better picture. I didn’t think any other current TV technology (except 4K) could touch a plasma. I was wrong. I can’t say enough about the picture quality.Now for the bad/sad part. The Samsung SmartHub and its network ruins the total experience of this otherwise fantastic TV. The wifi connected easily and works pretty well for direct Internet surfing. HOWEVER, when you try to use the SmartHub to view streaming content from Netflix, Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, Blockbuster, etc, it is ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE! I have upgraded broadband service from my cable provider so my network connection is plenty fast. However, when I tried to use Netflix, Blockbuster and Amazon Instant Video through my new Samsung TV/SmartHub, my streaming video would constantly pause/stop. At first I thought it was my network connection, so I tried to play the exact same HD movie on Netflix through my Wi-Fi enabled LG Blu-Ray player and it streamed perfectly. Let me say that again: The same movie on Netflix – - through Samsung SmartHub = SLOW/PAUSE/STOP; through my LG WiFi Blu-Ray player = SMOOTH, NO HICCUPS (remember, both are using the same WiFi signal being transmitted by my router).PLEASE do your own due diligence before investing in ANY Samsung product that touts its SmartHub if you plan to use it to watch streaming video, whether it’s a TV, DVD or Blu-Ray player. There are many web pages, websites and forums which discuss the DISMAL performance of the SmartHub network (should be renamed “SlowHub”!!). There’s even one called “OFFICIAL Samsung Smart Hub Fiasco Thread.” For as fantastic as 99% of Samsung products are (I currently own/use 9 other Samsung products such as the Galaxy Note and Epic and I love them), I have to think that they have subcontracted their “SlowHub” service to a Third party. If the quality of the network was as good as their hardware/physical products, it would work smoothly and lightning fast.To be fair, if Samsung actually listens to its users/customers and actually fixes/upgrades its SmartHub network to actually make it perform acceptably, then I will update my review to reflect that fact. Lastly, I was on the verge of returning this TV because of SmartHub’s atrocious and revolting performance, but my better half and I loved the picture so much AND we had an alternate means to stream videos to the TV (vice using SlowHub) that it we decided to keep it.BOTTOM LINE: If you plan to use this or any other Samsung LED TV to simply watch TV for the superb picture, you’ll be happy. BUT, if you plan to use the SmartHub and its “features,” you will be SORELY DISAPPOINTED. Picture = 5 stars; SmartHub = 1 star (would give it ’0′ or ’1/2′ if Amazon had those as selections).————————————————————————UPDATE 11-30-2013Ok, so I just got home from my business trip. To answer a previous question, the TV does have a LAN port. However, I have not tested it. I don’t think I’m going to test it anytime soon as my TV is 50+ feet away from my home computer and router setup (where I have to plug in the LAN cable). If I happen upon a spool of Ethernet cable somewhere for free, I’ll connect it. However, I don’t really feel like moving either my computer/router setup or my 50″ TV just to test the LAN connection.I did check again to see if Samsung released any software updates to the TV, and they did on 27 NOV 2013. They released Firmware ver.1117.4, T-MST12AKUC. I downloaded it directly through the TV’s Wi-Fi connection, then installed it. Everything seems to have installed ok.The FIRST thing I checked was the performance of the Amazon Prime Video App through the SmartHub. The time was approximately 09:30 a.m., so I assumed it was off-peak hours for cable bandwidth demand. I was actually surprised as it appeared to be working marginally better. At least this time the HD video (“The Avengers”) DID NOT pause or stop. That IS forward progress. HOWEVER, the picture was NOT HD i.e. it was grainy and “blocky” (I believe they call it the `screen door effect’).My next test was to compare the Samsung SmartHub streaming video performance against my Roku 3 Streaming Media Player device. I was hoping that my Roku 3 was going to show similar performance to the SmartHub, BUT it again showed the HD Avengers movie with much better quality. Through my Samsung SmartHub = low resolution/grainy/screen door effect; through my Roku 3 = high quality HD like it was supposed to be. Again, at least the movie DID NOT pause or stop using the SmartHub Amazon Prime Movie App.My second set of tests later in the evening at approximately 08:30 p.m. (which I assumed was a more peak cable bandwidth time on Saturday evening) involved trying the Netflix App through the Samsung SmartHub (using the same movie, The Avengers in HD). When I started the Netflix App through SmartHub, it started a little slow. I started the HD movie and I was again “not surprised” by the low resolution picture. HOWEVER, after about 45 seconds, the picture cleared up SUBSTANTIALLY and it was in HD! No pausing/skipping/stopping. I actually had to stop the movie to double check that I was NOT using my Roku 3, and that I was actually using the Netflix SmartHub App, and I was.Ok, now I was starting to believe that maybe the software/firmware update actually fixed something, OR they improved their SmartHub network performance between SEP ’13 and 11-29-2013. So just for S&Gs, I went BACK to the Amazon Prime Video App through the SmartHub, and resumed playing The Avengers where I left off. Again the App started a slowly, but then `booted up’ after about 40 seconds (about 30 seconds slower than my Roku 3). Then the movie resumed and lo and behold if it wasn’t in HD! I was standing beside myself! Even my better half couldn’t believe it (as she saw how horrible it used to be).The last litmus test of the evening (at approximately 09:15 p.m.) was to try to stream an HDX movie through VUDU using the Samsung SmartHub. I started the VUDU App through the SmartHub, and it `booted up’ faster than Amazon Prime Video App or Netflix App. I really wasn’t looking forward to having to rent a movie just to test the VUDU SmartHub App, but to my surprise they had a sale of HDX movies for $4.99 and $7.99 (must be a Black Friday related sale). My better half hadn’t seen Wrath of the Titans and I also thought it might give the SmartHub a good test with its healthy offering of CGI and eye-popping colors. Ok, the movie was pretty entertaining, but the thing I was looking for was how it played and how it looked through the SmartHub VUDU App. We were pleasantly surprised that the movie queued up quickly, didn’t pause/skip/stop and looked like it played in the max quality “HDX” mode.BOTTOM LINE: As of today, 11-30-2013, after downloading and installing the Firmware update, the prior issues I was having with the “SlowHub” appear to have been resolved. I haven’t drilled down yet on the specifics of what the Firmware update `fixed’ and how it did it, but I’m just happy with the outcome at this point. I will continue to test it for several more days to ensure it doesn’t revert back to the SlowHub. For now, I have upgraded my rating to 4 Stars from 3. This was a substantial ‘fix’ in my opinion. However Samsung received its feedback, whether from direct customer complaints, Blogs or product reviews on Amazon, it appears they finally took action to address the ‘SlowHub’ issues. As I close this reply/update, I am happy to say that I believe the SmartHub is on its way to living up to its name! The only reason I’m not giving a full 5 Stars at this point is I still want to ensure this better performance continues, and it did take several months to fix the issues my TV was having.

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