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Testseek.co.uk have collected 42 expert reviews of the Samsung UE46C9000 and the average rating is 86%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Samsung UE46C9000.
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The editors liked

  • The elegance and beauty of its design
  • The astounding clarity of its Full HD picture
  • DNLA networking and Freeview HD tuner
  • Smart graphic user interface
  • Colour-rich 3D
  • Incredible image clarity
  • Freeview HD tuner
  • DNLA networking
  • High-end design
  • Staggering ability
  • Stunning design
  • Viciously revealing image quality
  • Bright colourful 3D
  • Freeview HD
  • Very pretty
  • Ultrathin design (8 mm)
  • Good 3D picture quality
  • 200 Hz Motion Plus works well
  • 3D glasses cheap
  • Remote with touch screen
  • Awesome design and styling
  • Great upscaling capability
  • Bright
  • Vivid colours
  • Good 3D performance

The editors didn't like

  • The impossibly fiddly connection adaptors
  • The deceptively difficult to use touch-screen remote
  • 3D crosstalk artefacts
  • Touch Control remote
  • Wallet-numbing price
  • Staggering price
  • The OTT touchscreen remote is more trouble than it’s worth
  • 3D performance suffers from crosstalk
  • Ruinously expensive
  • Dynamic backlighting is active in all modes
  • Glossy screen subject to reflections
  • Viewing angles too narrow
  • Touchscreen remote is very fiddly
  • Some ghosting is visible in 3D images
  • Expensive

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  Published: 2013-02-05, review by: howtospendit.ft.com

  • Abstract:  OK, what's so breathtaking? For me, three things, one of which isn't, funnily enough, that it's a 3-D TV since, along with some 12 per cent of us, I don't have 3-D vision. Breathtaking thing number one: the 9000 is astonishingly thin. I mean really, insan...

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  Published: 2011-02-28, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Awesome design and styling, Great upscaling capability, Bright, vivid colours, Good 3D performance
  • Touchscreen remote is very fiddly, Some ghosting is visible in 3D images, Expensive
  • The 46-inch Samsung UE46C9000 LED 3D TV may be hugely expensive, but it also looks like a million dollars and offers superb performance....

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  Published: 2011-02-22, review by: hdtvtest.co.uk

  • Abstract:  The Samsung C9000 series displays have kept a low profile since their unveiling at the January 2010 CES show. When you consider their high price (the 46″ UE46C9000 costs no less than £3000), that probably won’t come as much of a surprise. As the compan...

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  Published: 2011-01-17, review by: digitalversus.com

  • Very pretty, ultrathin design (8 mm), Good 3D picture quality, 200 Hz Motion Plus works well, 3D glasses cheap, Remote with touch screen
  • Dynamic backlighting is active in all modes, Glossy screen subject to reflections, Viewing angles too narrow
  • The C9000 is a good TV with a very flattering picture if you're not too sensitive to the dynamic backlighting. Image experts will want to go for another model....

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  Published: 2011-01-06, Author: John Archer , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Abstract:  While we wait impatiently for Samsung's second generation of 3D TVs, let's tide ourselves over with what's unquestionably one of the most glamorous and iconic TVs of this AV generation: Samsung's UE46C9000. The fact that we organised Samsung's flagship 46...

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  Published: 2010-11-20, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • The UE55C9000 is a difficult TV to score, because it’s basically more of a statement product, than something that’s going to sell in big numbers. Obviously, it’s the design and slimness of the set that pushes the price up, and there really is no other...

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  Published: 2010-11-15, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Stunning design, viciously revealing image quality, bright colourful 3D, Freeview HD
  • The OTT touchscreen remote is more trouble than it’s worth, 3D performance suffers from crosstalk, ruinously expensive
  • An ambitious fusion of art and science, Samsung’s 9000 Series LED screens are the most ambitious yet made by the Korean brand. The design of the 55-inch UE55C9000 is drop dead gorgeous and its image clarity is remarkable. With Freeview HD, 3D compatibi...

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  Published: 2010-10-07, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • The Samsung Series 9 3D LED television is a very expensive proposition, with only a little change from £5,000. It is very stylish and well built, it has good picture quality and packs plenty of included features. It's not perfect - the touchscreen rem...

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  Published: 2010-07-26, review by: whathifi.com

  • Staggering ability
  • Staggering price

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  Published: 2010-07-05, review by: techradar.com

  • Colour-rich 3D, Incredible image clarity, Freeview HD tuner, DNLA networking, High-end design
  • Touch Control remote, 3D crosstalk artefacts, Wallet-numbing price
  • Samsung's 9 Series screens represent the pinnacle of its TV range. Designed with money-no-object flair, the models – available in 40, 46 and 55-inch sizes – combine the very latest in LED backlighting techniques and picture processing modes with 3D cap...

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