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Testseek.com have collected 42 expert reviews of the Samsung 40C7000 and the average rating is 82%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Samsung 40C7000.
 
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The editors liked

  • Very smooth panning
  • Thin and attractive
  • Thin and attractive appliance

The editors didn't like

  • Remote is hard to navigate
  • Colors are oversaturated and bleed into each other

 

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  Published: 2010-03-12, review by: televisioninfo.com

  • The UN55C7000 is a good TV. It isn't the best one we've seen, and certainly had some issues at launch, but it certainly isn't the worst example of a brand new technology. If you ignore the special features, the UN55C7000 would be ridiculously expensi...

 
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  Published: 2010-01-01, review by: lcdtvbuyingguide.com

  • Abstract:  With color information both light and dark appearing so deeply saturated, contrast effect is excellent. Blacks appear inky and sometimes lose dark shadow detail. White light sometimes is distractingly too bright. Contrast appears more intense on the sc...

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  Published: 2011-02-01, review by: novo.press

  • Abstract:  We are on the cusp of what could be the next revolution in television technology. You guessed it – I’m talking about 3D TV. It’s been more than two years since the first 3D TVs were demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and n...

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  Published: 2010-04-14, review by: hereshow.ca

  • Abstract:  The 3D HDTV era officially kicked off in Canada on March 26, when Samsung's C7000-series of 3D-capable flat panels arrived on retailers' shelves. Ten days later, one of these TVs arrived in my home theatre, along with a Samsung BD-C6900 3D-capable Blu-...

 
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  Published: 2014-05-26, review by: avhub.com.au

  • Samsung UA55C7000WF LCD TVPrice: $4799Positive3D supportExcellent general TV performanceFull feature set, including PVR if adding hard diskNegativeSome eye-to-eye crosstalk on 3DDoesn't provide full support for 576iNo force film deinterlacing ModeDISPLAY ...

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  Published: 2010-05-14, review by: gadgetguy.com.au

  • Abstract:  The hottest new home entertainment technology to appear since the introduction of Blu-ray has got to be 3D. Most of the major brands have their own systems on the verge of launch, but to make it into Australian retail electronics stores.For 3D to wor...

 
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  Published: 2010-05-13, review by: cnet.com.au

  • So many features! Great Blu-ray pictures. Best remote control yet. Integrated PVR with the addition of a USB drive. Two sets of 3D glasses included
  • 3D is a slow drive through Wrong Town. 2D-to-3D conversion is fun, but when it gets it wrong it's awful. DVD's display softness
  • While 3D is probably one of the weakest aspects of this television, the 55-inch Samsung UA55C7000's abilities in other areas almost make up for it....

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  Published: 2010-05-12, review by: channelnews.com.au

  • For now, using the battery-powered glasses and a 3D Blu-ray of Monsters vs Aliens, this TV stacks up and is well worth rushing out to buy for the upcoming State Of Origin series, which Channel Nine will put to air in 3D. And at $2,999 Samsung has really set the cat among the pigeons, with several vendors already scratching their heads as they struggle to compete with the Korean TV giant.
  • On the downside, Samsung need to sort out their remote controls, because at times I was utterly confused as to which button to press. Another weakness is the Skype control. This needs a lot of work as entering text and numbers using a remote control was a pain in the arse. If you want Skype you will have to persevere with the process, because when you do the service is brilliant and the picture i

 
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  Published: 2010-05-12, review by: smarthouse.com.au

  • For now, using the batterypowered glasses and a 3D Bluray of Monsters vs Aliens, this TV stacks up and is well worth rushing out to buy for the upcoming State Of Origin series, which Channel Nine will put to air in 3D. And at $2,999 Samsung has really set the cat among the pigeons, with several vendors already scratching their heads as they struggle to compete with the Korean TV giant.
  • On the downside, Samsung need to sort out their remote controls, because at times I was utterly confused as to which button to press. Another weakness is the Skype control. This needs a lot of work as entering text and numbers using a remote control was a pain in the arse. If you want Skype you will have to persevere with the process, because when you do the service is brilliant and the picture i

 
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  Published: 2010-05-07, review by: goodgearguide.com.au

  • Excellent picture with standard 2D video, very fine detail in 1080p Blu-ray video content, good colour reproduction
  • Internal speakers distort on bass notes, overly sharp at default settings, unnatural motion reproduction in default settings, 2D-3D conversion is imperfect
  • Samsung's Series 7 (UA55C7000) is the best edge-lit LED television we've seen. It doesn't have the deep inky black levels of a high-end plasma television, but its colour reproduction is good and 2D video looks great. The UA55C7000's motion control handles...

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