Samsung UN60ES8000 LED TV - Televisor (152,4 cm (60"), Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixeles, Analógico y Digital, ATSC, Skype) Plata
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Descripción del producto
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 80,772 cm
Ancho: 136,906 cm
Ancho del dispositivo (con soporte): 136,906 cm
Apagado automático: Si
Aplicaciones de estilo de vida: Skype
Audio digital, salida optica: 1
Autobusqueda de canal: Si
BD Wise: Si
Cables incluidos: Corriente alterna
Cantidad de gafas 3D: 4
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 3
Certificación: ENERGY STAR V 5.3
Color del producto: Plata
Compatibilidad 3D: Si
Compatibilidad con interfaces de montaje VESA: 400 x 400 mm
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 0,1W
Consumo energético: 88W
Control de electrónica de consumo (CEC): Anynet+
Diagonal de la pantalla: 152,4 cm (60")
Dimensiones del embalaje (alto x alto x peso): 1493.51 x 269.23 x 975.35 mm
Entrada de audio para DVI: Si
Entrada de video compuesto: 2
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)
Frecuencia de entrada: 60 Hz
Gafas 3D incluidas: Si
Idiomas OSD: ENG, ESP, ENG
Mando a distancia: Si
Manual de usuario: Si
Modo de juego: Si
Navegador compatible: Y
Nivelador automático de volumen: Si
Número de altavoces: 2
Número de lenguajes OSD: 3
Número de puertos HDMI: 3
Número de puertos RF: 1
Oscurecimiento local: Si
Peso: 20,59 kg
Peso con stand: 23,5 kg
Peso del paquete: 30,39 kg
Pilas incluidas: Si
Potencia estimada RMS: 20W
Potenciador de colores Wide Color: Si
Profundidad: 3,047 cm
Reducción de ruido: Si
Relación de aspecto: 16:9
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 30000000:1
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Sistema de audio: DNSe
Smart TV: Si
Soporte remoto inteligente: Si
Subwoofer incorporado: No
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: No
Temporizador Encendido/Apagado: Si
Temporizador de apagado: Si
Tipo HD: Full HD
Tipo de sintonizador: Analógico y Digital
VESA mounting: Si
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) entrada: 1
Voltaje de entrada: 110 - 120V
Opiniones de clientes
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I’ve used the 8000 for around 3 months now. The TV is beautiful with the thin silver colored bezel with very narrow black edges. The stand complements the TV.
The TV came with a standard remote control and a touch pad remote control. I much prefer the standard remote over the touch pad remote, and a remote control extender. With the extender I have my Blu-ray and satellite DVR programmed so it matches my satellite service channel line-up. This is a nice feature. The touch pad remote is sluggish execution responses when touching the pad. The touch pad remote control is not as user friendly when filling in data fields with letters and numbers. I used the Motion Control and Voice Control, I find neither beneficial. Using voice control via the touch remote gives best results.
I rate the Picture quality with a “B”. If the quality of the program is top notch, the video quality is exceptional. If the program is less than average due to being over compressed or having a low bit rate, digital artifact becomes evident. The LED/LCD has robust color, great contrast and brightness. I’m impressed with the quality of standard definition content. The viewing angle is narrower than my replaced CCFL/LCD. I have a smaller LED/LCD TV. It like this TV has the same narrow viewing angle. This may be caused by the LED back lighting (edge lighting process) and the much thinner encasement width. When moving to the either side if the TV, I see is the increase of white saturation similar to high Chroma. At greater side viewing angles the washout becomes very evident. I have not had the 8000 professionally calibrated.
I have Dish Network receivers. I find that channel video quality is not always equal. Some channels have slight judder when the Auto Motion is set to “Standard,” or “Smooth”. Changing it to “Clear” fixes the problem 100%, but makes the picture look flat as compared to “Standard” that makes the picture look more realistic (or the soap opera effect). Using the “Smooth” setting actually increases judder on some channels. “Smooth” should make the picture smooth. I’ve tried different user settings and can emulate Samsung’s presets, but can’t get it any better.
Using the Smart Hub internet features is remarkable. The picture quality of the HBO-GO & VUDU applications is close to perfect. I have not used every feature application in the Smart Hub but can attest that the video quality is exceptional for some applications. I’m a Netflix subscriber and use the Netflix app. The video quality for the Netflix app is disappointing. This application causes what others describe as blooming in the four corners of the screen with dark to black scenes. Data streaming may be slower making the picture looks softer with an increase in macro blocking. Samsung and Netflix need to work on and improve this application.
I using the 3D feature with Dish Network VOD programs. The quality is average, depth could be better. I compared quality with my 32” 3D VIZIO that has passive 3D. The VIZIO 3D has more field of depth; the 8000 has a much better viewing angle. My biggest complaint about the 3D is that there is occasionally a good amount of side reflection of image, usually to the left of a 3D object (like there is a pane of glass next to the object reflecting a ghost image of the object when the 3D effect is set to Auto). Using the 3D Auto setting also causes side banding to increase and decrease depending on how much 3D content is present. Using the 2D to 3D feature is amazing. The quality is remarkable.
The included 3D glasses work well, however other surrounding light sources will introduce lens flicker. Corrective lens glasses are hard to position while using the included 3D glasses. I don’t have a 3D player however playback of Blu-Ray videos provided outstanding picture quality which makes me believe that 3D would be much better when using Blu-Ray. There is occasionally some white side banding when I first start VOD 3D playback. I found that I can eliminate it either by stopping and starting the 3D program.
The audio quality is average with the built in speakers. I’ve tried modifying the sound setting for the TV speakers. Quality is not improved.
Network setup is easy. Using either WiFi or connecting an Ethernet cable proves positive. There are no problems.
This TV has Eco friendly user options. I don’t use them because the TV is quite energy efficient with the standard settings. When room lighting compensation setting is used, the picture dims to dark for my liking, even in a dimly lighted room.
Module upgrades are part of the design for this TV that attach to the back. I’m curious to learn what features and upgrades will be made available.
I recommend this HDTV for those who have an unlimited budget. For the rest I think it wise for to wait until the price drops before taking the plunge.
The new voice and gesture control may be gimmicky to some, but I will be the first to admit that they are incredibly handy and accurate. There is nothing better than walking into your living room and saying "Hi TV, power on" and having the TV on before you sit down. The voice control also allows you to tell the TV to change channels, volume, and a handful of other commands without ever leaning forward to grab the remote. (Very handy when eating!). The gesture controls are great too. It took me a day or two to figure out how to do the motion control properly. You don't wave your hand like the advertisements show, you just hold your hand up and make sure there's some lighting in the room to illuminate it. The voice and gesture controls sync with your cable box, making them useful... rather than useless.
3D is nicely improved over the two 2011 3D Samsung's I own. The TV comes with four pairs of bluetooth glasses that never lose connection if you look away from the TV like the old IR models do. They're also very light and fit over eyeglasses well. The 3D effect itself seems crisper and more pronounced.
The app market is also a nice improvement and contains a number of board games like Monopoly, the Game of Life, and others. Good for sitting around with a group of people. Angry Birds is also fun with the motion control and comes free with the TV.
The new touch remote isn't all that great, and I wish this TV included last years special remote with the keyboard on the back. Although the touch remote makes web browsing much easier (think laptop trackpad), the typing is still a chore because you have to select each letter separately. You can always sync your Samsung phone to the TV though (Galaxy models, Focus models for WP7, etc), this enables you to use your phone's keyboard to type.
Other features that I haven't tried yet but may be nice are; connectivity to a wireless printer so you can print directly from web pages, Skype functionality with the built in camera, and facial recognition that can bring up each person's individual Skype phone book, app preferences (I think), etc.
Overall this is a great performing TV in terms of picture quality, but also adds some great extras that you just wont get on a high end Sony TV.
Pull the trigger now while the price is LOW!