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Old 09-14-2011, 03:19 PM
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Samsung PN50C6500 50-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV Model (PN50C6500)

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

Around the middle of football season this year my old 43-inch Apex rear projection television suddenly stopped working and began smoking from the back of the set. I quickly realized that I would soon be shopping around for a new television and I was really looking forward to moving into the new world of HDTV. I immediately began looking into reviews on line, at my local Wal-Mart Store, and Sears stores trying to figure out just what television I was going to be buying.

First thing I had to decide between was the different types of models that were available at the price range that I had set for myself in my mind which was about $1500. I had to choose between LCD, LED, and Plasma televisions and with all the reviews to read and choose between I chose the Plasma based on my preferences for how movies and sports looked on the Plasma television. It has deep rich blacks and bright whites.

After knowing I was going to be buying a Plasma television I had to decide on which size and which model I was going to be buying. I was going to be sitting about 12 feet from my television, so based on information I found on line I figured that a 50-inch screen would be perfect for my living room setting. After some extensive research I decided to go with the Samsung 50-inch 1080P Plasma HDTV model (PN50C6500) because it was within my price range and met and even exceeded my expectations.

I immediately upgraded my satellite system to include all the HD channels that are available and purchased a PS3 so I could have a Blu-Ray player and purchased a box home theater system to sync up with the Samsung HDTV. The television has an ultra slim design and was easy to set up and install and comes with 4 HDMI ports, 2 USB, 1 PC, and is energy star rated which uses about 40% less energy than my older model television. I would definitely recommend the Samsung 50-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV model (PN50C6500) to anyone looking to get into the HD technology or just upgrade from their old model television. I would give the Samsung 4 stars.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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