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Testseek.co.uk have collected 12 expert reviews of the Samsung PS-50C6900 and the average rating is 89%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Samsung PS-50C6900.
Award: Most Awarded March 2011
March 2011
 
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The editors liked

  • Much less crosstalk than with Samsung's LCD TVs
  • Pretty and slender design
  • Exceptional price
  • Decent picture flexibility
  • Solid audio
  • Styling helps minimise bulk
  • Vibrant
  • High-contrast pictures
  • Good 3D stability
  • No motion blur
  • Excellent viewing abgles
  • Elegant design
  • Less 3D crosstalk than rivals
  • Smart styling and exhaustive spec. Freeview HD tuner. Sharp
  • Colourful picture
  • Great 3D performance
  • Slick design
  • Punchy colours
  • Fairly low price tag
  • Good sound quality
  • On the 2D front the PS50C6900 offers fantastic detail
  • Realistic colour reproduction and low motion judder
  • Delivering a particularly punchy picture with HD sources. It also offers a very watchable 3D picture that suffers less from the ghosting crosstalk effect (annoying double outlines) than any 3D LCD screen. Then there’s the raft of features to get excited about
  • Particularly Internet@TV
  • Whic
  • Excellent images
  • Calibration tools
  • Media functions
  • Value

The editors didn't like

  • Black levels not great by plasma standards
  • Colour and softness issues with standard-def material
  • Darker images could be more detailed
  • Some motion anxiety
  • Average contrast
  • Soft SD pictures
  • Darkest black levels lack insight. Motion isn't perfect
  • Black levels could be deeper
  • Slight image retention
  • There’s not much to pick holes in here
  • Especially at this price
  • But if you’re looking for optimum black level and contrast performance you’ll probably prefer to spend a little more and go for one of Panasonic’s plasma screens. The speakers are also a little lacking when it comes to bass
  • So add an external sound system if you want to shake the room.
  • Reflective screen
  • HDMI handshake issues
  • Motion judder canceller

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  Published: 2013-09-12, review by: homecinemachoice.com

  • Excellent images, calibration tools, media functions, value
  • Reflective screen, HDMI handshake issues, motion judder canceller

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  Published: 2011-03-28, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • With its sub-£1,000 price tag, the Samsung PS50C6900 is brilliantly priced. It isn’t perhaps quite as strong as the Panasonic, but then that screen will set you back several hundred more. The PS50C6900 is a very capable screen with good setup options ...

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  Published: 2011-03-28, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • On the 2D front the PS50C6900 offers fantastic detail, realistic colour reproduction and low motion judder, delivering a particularly punchy picture with HD sources. It also offers a very watchable 3D picture that suffers less from the ghosting crosstalk effect (annoying double outlines) than any 3D LCD screen. Then there’s the raft of features to get excited about, particularly Internet@TV, whic
  • There’s not much to pick holes in here, especially at this price, but if you’re looking for optimum black level and contrast performance you’ll probably prefer to spend a little more and go for one of Panasonic’s plasma screens. The speakers are also a little lacking when it comes to bass, so add an external sound system if you want to shake the room.
  • It might not be the finest plasma performer in it size bracket, but if you’re looking for an impressive 3D TV with a dizzying array of features you won’t find one cheaper than this. Strong picture quality at a fantastic price. Best offers for the Samsu...

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

  • Great 3D performance; slick design; punchy colours; fairly low price tag; good sound quality
  • Black levels could be deeper; slight image retention
  • The 50-inch Samsung PS50C6900 is a top-notch plasma 3D TV. It's affordable, offers a great range of features, and delivers excellent 3D images....

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  Published: 2011-01-01, review by: stuff.tv

  • Smart styling and exhaustive spec. Freeview HD tuner. Sharp, colourful picture
  • Darkest black levels lack insight. Motion isn't perfect
  • If you want the latest television technology and features, look no further ...

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  Published: 2010-11-30, review by: hdtvtest.co.uk

  • So, there you have it – if the PS50C6900 is anything to go by, Samsung's 2010 Plasmas are fairly likeable HDTV displays. Who knew?Admittedly, the Samsung PS50C6900 could be described as a mixed bag. Its black levels with 24p and 50hz content (that is, a g...

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  Published: 2010-11-09, Author: John Archer , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • No motion blur, excellent viewing abgles, Elegant design, Less 3D crosstalk than rivals
  • Average contrast, Soft SD pictures

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  Published: 2010-10-25, review by: techradar.com

  • Much less crosstalk than with Samsung's LCD TVs, Pretty and slender design, Exceptional price, Decent picture flexibility, Solid audio
  • Black levels not great by plasma standards, Colour and softness issues with standard-def material
  • ForMuch less crosstalk than with Samsung's LCD TVsPretty and slender designExceptional priceDecent picture flexibilitySolid audio...

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  Published: 2010-09-27, review by: whathifi.com

  • Styling helps minimise bulk, vibrant, high-contrast pictures, good 3D stability
  • Darker images could be more detailed, some motion anxiety

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  Published: 2012-06-27, Author: Stuff Staff , review by: stuffmideast.com

  • Abstract:  Previous Samsung sets that have warmed our cockles started on the front foot thanks to a low retail price – not so with this one.The PS50C6900 also ticks all the Internet TV boxes. You get the BBC iPlayer and LoveFilm apps, with Internet@TV giving access ...

 
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