Samsung LN55C630K1F - Televisor LCD (139,7 cm (55"), Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixeles, Digital, ATSC, 20W) Negro
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Descripción del producto
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 78,13 cm
Altura del paquete: 90,7 cm
Ancho: 130,32 cm
Ancho del dispositivo (con soporte): 130,32 cm
Ancho del paquete: 159,5 cm
Audio digital, salida optica: 1
Autobusqueda de canal: Si
Bloqueo para niños: No
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Certificado Energy Star: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad 3D: No
Diagonal de la pantalla: 139,7 cm (55")
Entrada de CA: Si
Entrada de audio para DVI: Si
Entrada de audio para PC: Si
Entrada de video compuesto: 1
Escaneado progresivo: Si
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Exhibición en pantalla (OSD): Si
Formato de señal digital: ATSC
Formatos gráficos soportados: 1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Funciones de teletexto: No
Húmedad relativa: 5 - 95%
Interfaces de montaje VESA: 400 x 400 mm
Interfaz común: No
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 10 - 40 °C
LED de energía: Si
LED de suspendido: Si
Mando a distancia: Si
Modos inteligentes: Juego, Película
Número de altavoces: 2
Número de puertos HDMI: 4
Número de puertos RF: 1
PC (D-Sub): Si
Peso: 25 kg
Peso con stand: 29,6 kg
Peso del paquete: 36,3 kg
Potencia estimada RMS: 20W
Profundidad: 8,53 cm
Profundidad del paquete: 22,1 cm
Relación de aspecto: 16:9
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 120000:1
Reloj integrado: Si
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Sistema de audio: SRS TS
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: No
Tasa de movimiento de alta frecuencia: 120 Hz
Temporizador Encendido/Apagado: Si
Temporizador de apagado: Si
Tiempo de respuesta: 4 ms
Tipo HD: Full HD
Tipo de control remoto: BN59-01041A
Tipo de sintonizador: Digital
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) entrada: 2
montaje VESA: Si
Ángulo de giro (alcance): -20 - 20°
Opiniones de clientes
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* Color saturation is just right.
* Darks are very dark for non-full-frame LED
* Price - Amazing for a 55"
* Feature set is awesome considering the price
* Fully transparent glass makes the picture look that much more amazing, especially in the dark.
* Fully transparent glass is glossy and can produce lots of glare if you have windows in a bad location. The screen has an ambient light sensor so I just turned up the brightness and at night during movies it automatically dims for the dark conditions
* The viewing angle is perfect for +/- 15 degrees... outside of that, the darks grey out... it's really not that big a deal though
* It's not free?
* You MUST tweak the settings on this TV such as the auto-dimming feature. By default, it is set to a backlight level of 0 (zero)!!! I turned it up to 8 and it is super bright while the darks are very dark.
* If you're like me, then you hate the 120/240 hertz smooth motion that is built into TVs, including this one. The first thing I did was turn it OFF. It looks unnatural IMO.
Overall, this is an amazing TV well worth the money. I would suggest it to anyone as long as they realize that the screen is glossy because that could be the biggest issue with the TV. I also got the warranty because my last Samsung died after a year and a half (the warranties are only 1 year).
I purchased this TV from Amazon in January 2011 and it gave me almost 6 years of good service until the screen began to flicker in late 2016. Did research online and found that it was a common issue for owners of both the 46" and 55" versions of the C630 model. I found one particularly helpful review on Amazon from a 46" owner who wrote that she hired a technician who fixed the problem by cutting a wire (and paid $175 for this quick fix). Did further research and found a couple of DYI videos on YouTube which were very helpful.
I performed the fix when the flickering progressed from happening rarely (and only during the day - who knows why?) to permanent and non-stop. While many have noted that the fix worked for them, others have said that the fix was only temporary and the strobe light effect came back after a while. I'm hoping the fix will hold until the TV dies.
As I noted in my original review below, this was a TV I really liked until it began flashing like a strobe light. This was my second Samsung HDTV after being brand-loyal to Sony for many years. My first Samsung HDTV, a 46" LNA550 also developed screen issues after only five years of use (it had large, thick web-like black areas on the right side of the screen and the colors would shift wildly) . Given the headaches both of my Samsung TVs have given me, I'll never buy a Samsung TV again. In my experience, their TVs are attractively designed with good picture quality but much like the infamous problem they had with their phones, their engineering leaves much to be desired.
From what I've read in reviews written by other owners, Samsung refused to take responsibility for the defect. Judging by the fact that so many owners have had this problem, it's definitely fault on Samsung's part. Both of my Samsung HDTVs were purchased for over $1200.00 and TVs in that price range should last for more than 5-6 years. Samsung deserves to be hit with a class-action lawsuit for these defective TVs they sell as so many people were affected.
I've downgraded my original rating from four stars down to two for this updated review. I'm being generous since the TV is working well for now and the picture quality is still good - but it really deserves one star for the problems it's given me. I've gone back to Sony TVs and am very happy. Samsung has lost a customer. As the review title says: Samsung nevermore.
ORIGINAL REVIEW February 2011:
One of the simplest tests for how good a high-definition picture looks is if it makes viewers feel like they're looking through a window instead of a TV screen. The LN55C630 is the closest I've come to that experience.
I was looking to upgrade my 2008 model Samsung LN46A550 with a new set with a larger screen size and a higher contrast ratio. Having had a good experience with the A550, I was inclined towards getting another Samsung but also considered Sony's Bravia TVs. After much research and in-store comparisons I narrowed it down to the LED-backlit UNC6300 series and the standard CCFL-backlit LNC630 line. Considering the premium price of LED TVs and the small difference in picture quality compared to a CCFL TV, I settled on the 55-inch version of the C630 as it has the Ultra Clear Panel I prefer.
Glossy and matte screens are a matter of personal preference with each type having its own advantages and disadvantages. The Ultra Clear Panel produces the best blacks I've seen on a CCFL-backlit LCD TV while every matte screen I've seen only dulls the black levels down. Since I can control the lighting in my viewing room to a good degree, reflections, glare and rainbow effects aren't a problem at all. The clear panel also enhances clarity and color compared to my matte-screened A550.
When calibrated properly the picture quality on this TV is close to perfect. The image is lifelike with depth and dimension. Standard 1080i HD programming looks great and high-quality 1080p HD looks even better. Blu-ray discs often produce that looking-through-a-window experience. The extensive picture controls allow you to customize the picture to your liking. I used CNET's dark room picture settings for this model as a starting point and, for comparison, used Digital Video Essential's calibration disc which called for slightly different settings. Either calibration method produces good results but I prefer the calibration disc's contrast/brightness/color settings which seems to be more dialed in to my particular set. Digital Video Essentials: HD Basics [Blu-ray]
AUTO MOTION PLUS 120 Hz PROCESSING
The de-judder effect is also a personal preference. The experts at CNET are split on anti-judder with one against it and two in favor calling the effect more "true-to-life". I agree with the latter. The Auto Motion Plus settings include 3 presets and a fourth custom preset which allows the user to adjust the level of blur and judder. The effect can also be turned off completely.
The Eco Sensor is a nice feature as it allows the picture to adapt to different light levels. This is the first TV I've seen which has implemented this feature successfully. Older TVs with light sensors made the screen look too dark. What's nice about Samsung's version is that the minimum/maximum backlight level can be set so that the screen never looks too dark or bright. While some users may not like this feature it does work well and produces a brightness level appropriate to a room's particular lighting conditions.
I calibrated the "Standard" preset for daytime/afternoon use. Setting the backlight maximum at 10 is a good starting point for daytime viewing and can be adjusted up or down according to actual lighting conditions. Using a minimum backlight setting of 4, the light sensor adapts very well to room lighting from day to night. For nighttime use I again followed CNET's calibration settings as a starting point to adjust the "Movie" preset for dark room viewing, but used a backlight setting of 4 instead of the 5 they recommended. I found that 4 is more than bright enough for a dark room with 5 being a little too bright. CNET's calibration was done on the 46-inch model. At 55 inches, this is a big TV which puts out a lot of light.
So, while this TV's picture quality is outstanding it isn't quite perfect. Viewed straight on the picture's great. Move several feet off-center and the colors and black levels deteriorate noticeably. The off-axis viewing on my two year-old A550 was quite good and I expected the same from the C630. Unfortunately, this wasn't the case with the C630 which has a narrower viewing angle. As this is a bedroom set this isn't much of a problem as the viewing position is fixed for the most part. Both my A550 and C630 has the AA02 panel so panel type isn't the issue. I looked at other current Samsung TVs with both glossy panels and matte panels which had better viewing angles so clear or matte coatings doesn't seem to be the determining factor. Consumer Reports reviewed several Samsung models with some receiving a good rating for off-axis viewing while others did not. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason why screen uniformity varies from one TV to another.
A very minor issue is the left and right edges of the screen are just slightly darker than the rest of the picture. This is subtle and doesn't present much of a problem.
The sound from the A550's built-in speakers is really bad with not much dynamic range. Adding external speakers were necessary to get decent sound. While the sound from the C630 is by no means great, it's definitely an improvement as the sound is fuller and not quite as tinny. Adequate for watching the news but not much else. Again, adding a good speaker system is necessary for most other programming. One last nit is the exclusion of the headphone jack found on previous Samsung models. In its place is an audio out jack which doesn't allow use of the TV's volume controls when the "external speaker" setting is selected. The volume level for the high-quality 2.1 system I've been using can no longer be adjusted with the TV or remote control. Too bad. This is not an improvement in my case.
While this TV has its drawbacks, the pluses outweigh the minuses. I would have given it a 5-star rating except for the issues noted above. Considering price, performance and design, this TV is a great value. A high-quality, 55-inch HDTV at around $1200 is tough to beat. Amazon's pricing and delivery service made the buying experience a positive one.
All around GREAT TV!
There is a small glare; sound quality is not the best! Will be getting a surround sound!
hope this helps
While researching this item I came across many complaints about the glossy screen and the glare associated with said glossy screen. I currently have 3 lamps within 10 feet of this TV as well as 6' wide sliding glass doors and I have absolutely no issues with glare. The picture is so vibrant and I find light to be no more off-putting on this TV than it is on my 37" LG (which has a matte screen).
Another complaint I'd like to debunk is the purportedly "horrible" audio. Keep in mind that this unit is only a few inches deep, so there is only so much real estate to work with regarding speakers. That said, I think the sound is about on par with any other TV out there. Granted, this would not be sufficient for an audiophile. Nonetheless, the audio is fine for the other 95% of people out there.
I just can't get over how beautiful this picture is! I was worried about losing some HD quality on a TV this size, but to my amazement I feel as though the quality is WAY better! My only complaint (if you can even call it that) is getting used to the 120Hz refresh rate. My previous TV was 60Hz and is much more natural for the human eye to process. 120Hz gives everything that "soap opera" effect that I'm sure many of you have either experienced or read about. I got used to this after only a few days of use. I find that it makes for much crisper viewing of sporting events, which is what I mostly watch anyway.
I highly recommend that anyone who is in the market for a 55" LCD strongly considers this black beauty. As gorgeous as she is when she's just sitting there on top of your TV stand or on your wall mount, she's that much better when she's turned on doing her thing!