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LED F6400 Series Smart TV - 65" Class (64.5" Diag.)

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome 3D TV We decided to upgrade from a smaller 55" TV to a larger 65" 3D screen and so far we are loving our Samsung TV. The screen is vibrant and the colors are stunning, esp. on the recent Disney animated features. The speakers on the TV are a non issue since the TV is connected to a home theater sound system. We've had only a few issues with our TV unit; first off the remote doesn't always work so we used an older remote from another Samsung TV which seems to work fine, and once in a blue moon, the TV will shut off by itself and then turn on again. Those issues are fairly minor issues and we love our Samsung 65" screen. May 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a great tv This is my first large screen tv and I was just blow away by this tv, I love all the features it's very easy to use and wonderful picture, I recommend this tv to anyone May 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome tv I loved my older SAMSUNG smart tv so much I had to get this one!!!! I don't have anything bad to say about it. The remote is the cherry on top. Had no idea how useful the touch panel would be. AWESOME February 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 65" SMART TV 6400UF I took the plunge and bought this Smart TV. First thing I noticed is that it is really a big TV. It has the Smart Hub feature that lets you wirelessly connect with Netflix and most other social media. Configuration is a challenge because the TV has so many options. I also got the Samsung sound bar. There were 3 things I had to resolve that are not obvious: 1. Getting the Soundbar (Samsung HWF 450) to work under all circumstances (sound from my DVR/DISH, AND from Netflix, and controlled by the Dish controller). The trick is that you should use the HDMI connection on the Sound Bar. (Samsung Customer support tried to push me to the Optical connection for better sound... PROBLEM: you have to put the ugly IR device in front of the sound bar). NO! Use HDMI. It has CEC which automatically turns on the Soundbar with the TV (HDMI was made for this capability). (IR has to go in front of DVR/SAT box to turn on many smart tv functions). #2 The TRICK to get sound during online shows like Netflix is to use HDMI2 which has ARC (the ability to sense sound coming from the TV (Backwards). This is because TV signal (and sound) isn't coming through the SAT/DISH system, and through HDMI/Soundbar. ARC lets the soundbar sense the TV outputting the sound and turns the Soundbar to TV ARC mode. AnyNet+ must be turned on on both Soundbar (controller has button) and TV (under Settings on TV). #3 The TV by default comes up in SMART HUB mode. Showing off the "SMART TV" interface. Problem is if you use the DVR/SAT controller as most of us do, you have to find the TV Remote to put it in regular TV (Full Screen). This command is well hidden... Menu..Smart TV.. On TV Settings.. Auto Start-off Now my TV, Sat system, and Soundbar come on with DISH controller, and the VOLUME on the DISH controller controls the Soundbar TV. (Set TV speaker to external). It's complicated, and to be honest 2 hours on the phone with Service didn't get me anywhere near this answer. After this... LOVE the TV December 13, 2013
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