Samsung PN50B550 Television Review-Only The Usual Problem

I have to admit, it gets a little monotonous talking about Samsung televisions sometimes.  There isn’t a whole lot of variance in between the different kinds.  Usually the picture is at least good, the sound is at least good, and the horrible control scheme I’ve grown to hate.  And as for the Samsung PN50B550, it’s a terrific system with only one exception.

The Samsung PN50B550 is a fifty inch 1080p plasma television with four HDMI inputs, two component inputs, one composite video input, one USB input, one PC input, two 15W bottom speakers, SRS TruSurround HD,  Ultra FilterBright Plus, 600Hz Subfield Motion, and Anynet+ capability.

It’s a beautiful plasma television, make no mistake, and considering you can get this beauty for just a thousand and sixty bucks on Amazon, you can get a terrific plasma television for not a lot of cash.  The picture and sound are both terrific, but the control scheme is that usual flat-panel troublemaker that I never much enjoy.

But aside from that, the Samsung PN50B550 is an excellent, top-quality plasma television that should be pretty much everything you could want in a television.