Normally, when I talk about Samsung hardware, I usually have a problem with something. Well, I always have a problem with the controls, but I mean besides that. This time around I have a problem with something other than the controls, and it’s actually pretty disturbing. Read on.
The Samsung LN40B530 is a forty inch 1080p LCD television with two ten watt speakers, SRS TruSurround, and three HDMI inputs), one Anynet+ input, and one PC input.
First, I actually don’t have a problem at all with the controls. They’re side-mounted rocker controls, not those strange subcutaneous ones mounted on the front. The sound is at least fair, which I generally don’t expect out of Samsung. Generally, their sound is high quality. But the biggest problem with this one is that the picture was oddly washed out, which is definitely not something I expect in a Samsung, and especially not in a Samsung 1080p.
And considering that this washed out wreck with merely fair sound costs nine hundred bucks, I can’t even look like recommending it.