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Samsung LCD TVs Elegantly designed with a unique Touch of Color™ bezel, Samsung LCD TVs display brilliant images with amazing detail and provide a host of connectivity options.
Broadcast Format Displayed: 1080p (HDTV)
Digital Tuner: ATSC
Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes, VGA Yes, Component Video Yes, S-Video Yes
Display Type: LCD TV
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Green Compliance: Energy Star
Brightness: 550 cd/m2
Display Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
normalized-Diagonal Screen Size: 46
Product Title: Samsung LN-T4671F 46" LCD TV - 16:9
Power Score: 4.3 | 21 Reviews
Viewable Size: 46 in
Contrast Ratio: 25,000:1
Diagonal Screen Size: 46 in
Response Time: 8 ms
Broadcast Format Supported: 1080i (HDTV), 1080p (HDTV), 720p (HDTV)
Interface Connection: USB Yes
Depth Without Stand: 4.4 in
Height: 29.6 in
Weight: 72.3 lbs
Width: 48.1 in
Depth: 12.6 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Series: 4670
Number of HDMI: 3
Green Compliance: Yes
Mounting: Desktop, Wallmount
Vertical Viewing Angle: 178 degrees
HDTV Compatible: Yes
Product Model: LN-T4671F
Output: Audio - Digital Optical
Brand Name: Samsung
General Features: Dejudder Technology
Audio Format Supported: MTS Stereo, SRS TruSurround XT, Stereo
Included Components: Speakers, Stand
Remote Control: Basic Remote
QAM Tuner: Yes
Input: Audio - 1/8" Mini (3.5mm), Component Video, Front/Side RCA Composite, Front/Side S-Video, HDMI, S-Video, VGA
Horizontal Viewing Angle: 178 degrees
Comb Filter: 4-Line Digital (3D Motion Adaptive)
RMS Output Power: 10 W
Response Time: 8 ms
Frequency Band: Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 25000:1
Picture in Picture: Advanced PIP Functions, Single Tuner PIP
Product Reviews (15)
Strengths: Rich vibrant color. Deep blacks. Full 1920x1080 computer resolution with DVI to HDMI cable, no overscan. Classy Piano black cabinet.
Weakness: Unlike their previous models, PiP only works with coax cable input. What were they thinking?
I did a ton of research before purchasing. If you're not aware, Samsung and Sony have a joint venture in Korea where they manufacture the panels together, so this line and the XBR4 Sony are the same panel, just with different guts and cabinet. Sony wanted 300$ more to move from their flat charcoal exterior to the piano black, Samsung's was piano standard. Sony's max dynamic contrast was 18,000,...
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I did a ton of research before purchasing. If you're not aware, Samsung and Sony have a joint venture in Korea where they manufacture the panels together, so this line and the XBR4 Sony are the same panel, just with different guts and cabinet. Sony wanted 300$ more to move from their flat charcoal exterior to the piano black, Samsung's was piano standard. Sony's max dynamic contrast was 18,000, Samsung's was 25,000.
I've been using this primarily as a computer monitor and secondarily as a console screen for almost 2 months now. No delay or smearing in high frame rate games like the Sony has been reported to have on the avsforum. As I said in the strengths, the colors are full and clean and the blacks are deep. Anything you throw at this looks amazing. Upscaled DVDs, Wii (obviously pixelated because of the low rez) World of Warcraft, Quake 4, EVE. The pixel size is slightly larger then the 40" model, but thats to be expected because of the overall panel size.
By Robes7 - Mar 25, 2008
Samsung 46" LCD is Awesome!!!!
Strengths: Settings, Connections, Easy of Set-up, Picture Brightness, Auto Motion Plus, Price/Performance
Weakness: Slight delay in remote, sound - these are very minor weaknesses
I have been seeking a big screen TV for over a year. I read everything I could find on-line (consumer reports, yahoo, amazon, ...), talked with store sales people, with friends who purchased TVs, and anyone else who had an opinion, and made numerous trips to TV showrooms to marvel at the pictures. My decision came down between the Panasonic 50" Plasma and the Samsung 46" xxxx71 series LCD. For...
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I have been seeking a big screen TV for over a year. I read everything I could find on-line (consumer reports, yahoo, amazon, ...), talked with store sales people, with friends who purchased TVs, and anyone else who had an opinion, and made numerous trips to TV showrooms to marvel at the pictures. My decision came down between the Panasonic 50" Plasma and the Samsung 46" xxxx71 series LCD. For TVs in the price range I wanted to consider, Consumer Reports rated the Panasonic and Samsung within the top 3 for their respective category in size. After narrowing down to these two models, I went to see the TVs in person. The Panasonic picture seemed to be a little darker and not as many setting options to control picture. I opted for the Samsung.
Here are some of reasons:
Picture brightness - great in brightly lit rooms
Connections - wealth of connections as many as you need - of every type - usb, hdmi, s-video/audio)
Settings - variety of settings (movie, standard, dynamic, game)
Auto Motion Plus - adjustment for fast motion - for sports/fast action movement
Easy of Setup - took TV out of the box, plugged it in, turned it on for use - very easy
Style - TV is sleek and does not overpower the room
Price/Performance - w/ everything considered, I felt other TVs could not match
I purchased a BluRay player, HDMI cable from Monster Cable, and the movie Pearl Harbor. When I first watched the movie, the picture was so clear, at times, it looked like I was looking out a window. The movie has nature scenes and fast motion - both looked amazing. Sometimes, I found myself paying attention to the details of the movie rather than watching the movie for the story.
I signed up for HD service and find the picture to be equally good for HD programming - nature scenes seems to be the best - Discovery Channel. Colors are vibrant, bright, and clear.
Two things that could have been better:
1) Slight delay in remote - there is a slight delay from the time the button on the remote is pressed and the TV reaction
2) Sound - sound is adequate - I plan to purchase a sound system to complement the excellent picture.
I have heard others complaining of shuttering or "triple effect" when there is fast motion. With the Auto Motion Plus, I have not noticed this.
Overall, I feel this TV is the best picture for the price (I purchased from Amazon and was lucky to get the TV for $2k - buy from Amazon - not tax, delivery was free, and best price I could find from a reputable source). When I decided to purchase, I went to the "Big Box" stores and the closest price to Amazon I found was $2400 before tax/delivery.
I considered the Samsung xxxx81 series, but the TV would have been $1k to $1.5K more than the xxxx71 series for not much added benefit - biggest benefit that was touted was deeper blacks. Blacks on the xxxx71 series are just fine.
If you're considering a large screen TV, give this model/size a look, I don't think you would be disappointed ... I certainly am satisfied - absolutely awesome.
By southerncmfort - Feb 16, 2008
Strengths: Picture quality, in your face action !!!!!!!!
I coud not be happier with my purchace. After 6 months I can't find a single flaw !!!!! Tv and my Bose..... What's a movie theater ??????? MY LIVING ROOM ............
By anonymous; - Feb 9, 2008
LN-T4671F 46" LCD TV (WIDESCREEN)
Strengths: PICTURE QUALITY WAS THE BEST OF ALL THE TV'S OUT THERE !
Weakness: I WISH I HAD A 2ND TV JUST LIKE THIS ONE.
I believe that the Samsung looks better, I highly recommend this model to anyone who wants a top of the line TV.
YOU CAN'T DO BETTER THAN THIS MODEL !
By anonymous; - Feb 4, 2008
The Best LCD
Strengths: 120Hz, life like viewing
Weakness: glare from glossy screen, Sports
I sell TVs for a living so i get to see every TV in every situation. Most of the cons that i have read (except for glare) are from people that dont know how to work this TV. Learn how to change the 120HZ to best fit with what you are watching before complaining & you will see what i am talking about. The Samsung 71Fs have the best picture out there. As in life like images there is no other LCD or...
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I sell TVs for a living so i get to see every TV in every situation. Most of the cons that i have read (except for glare) are from people that dont know how to work this TV. Learn how to change the 120HZ to best fit with what you are watching before complaining & you will see what i am talking about.
The Samsung 71Fs have the best picture out there. As in life like images there is no other LCD or Plasma that can tough the 71Fs. Put in a Blue-ray movie such as Pearl Harbor or Pirates of the Carabien & turn the 120HZ to high. You will feel like you are there watching it happen in real life. It even makes the children's movie such as Cars look life like.
If you are watching Sports then turn the 120hz to low to help with the blurs but the picture still looks almost life like. It doesnt matter what kind of LCD TV, you are still going to get blurrs & tripple ball effects on every LCD (they are not designed for sports) But the 120HZ does help if you know how to use it & the 71Fs allow you to change it to best fit what you are watching unlike other 120Hz LCDs only let you turn it off or on. But if you mostly watching sports then i suggest a Plasma but if you are a Movie buff then i suggest the Samsung 71Fs.
I am a big plasma fan & the Samsung 71Fs is the only LCD that i would ever buy over a plasma which i did buy a LNT5271F (52 inch).
Here is my best advice & what i did. get both. Put a Samsung 71F in one room for all of your movies & a Plasma in the other room for all of your sports. Both are so light that you can switch the TVs to the room that is best for having friends over. Movie night then bring out the LCD for the Superbowl then bring out the Plasma. But if you cant afford both then i suggest a Sumsung 71F for LCD if not then get a Plasma.
By skeezguy71 - Jan 30, 2008