Samsung Electronics recently unveiled its range of audio-visual products for 2009 with a refreshing take on audio-visual entertainment. Reinforcing their leadership and pushing innovation higher and higher, the “Samsung 2009 AV Roadshow LED – A Whole New Species of Television” held in NBC Tent in The Fort, Taguig enlightened everyone about what’s next for audio-visual technology.

Guests were led into the product gallery by batches where they were introduced to the newest species of television, the Samsung LED Full High Definition TVs. Combining award-winning design with the most advanced technology, the TV guarantees a viewing experience like no other. It is beautifully slim with a breadth of only 1.2-inch and enabled by the latest in LED technology. It is also extremely light, weighing only 17.6kg and can be conveniently mounted on the wall, just like a picture frame or a piece of art.

The Samsung LED Full High Definition TV is built with energy efficient light emitting diodes which register low power consumption levels and is mercury-free. The LEDs produce darker blacks and crisper whites against vivid colors which results to picture quality that measure up to the natural beauty of life. Viewing experience is further enhanced with Auto Motion Plus frame interpolation technology to reduce motion blur. Imagine watching your videos, viewing your pictures, and listening to your music through pairing your pc with the TV via wireless router. It has full DLNA Wireless capabilities which allow streaming in your TV or more than one TV for multi-room entertainment. Samsung’s Medi@2.0 features a Content Library so you can enjoy a variety of pre-installed content such as recipes, art galleries, and even yoga. What’s more is that you can also utilize the USB 2.0 movie port for the ultimate viewing convenience.

Samsung UN55B8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV

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Samsung unveiled three LED TV Series at the CES 2009 earlier this year with the Series 6, Series 7, and Series 8. If you want it all, the Samsung LED TV Series 8 is for you.
The 55 inch Samsung UN55B8000 is the top of the line LED TV Samsung is offering and it is supposed to ship soon. The Samsung UN55B8000 carries an MSRP of $3,999.99, but you get a ton of features for that money besides the new 240Hz LED backlit display panel.
The feature highlights of the Samsung UN55B8000 LED include Mega Contrast: 5,000,000:1, 240Hz Auto Motion Plus, Internet@TV that allows you to receive content via Yahoo!, Flickr, and other online TV Widgets on screen, USB 2.0 Movie: Multi-Media Center makes it easy to watch movies, browse photos and listen to music on your TV, up to 40% less power consumption than conventional LCDs and a ToC (touch of color) bezel beginning as a deep piano black, fading into distinct chrome and finishing as a clear prism.

The new LED technology allows Samsung to make this beautiful HDTV extremely thin at 1.2 inches. The ToC styling of the Samsung UN55B8000 underlines the ultra-thin appearance of this LED TV.

If you want the ultimate LED TV, then do not waste time on the Samsung Series 7 (only 120Hz) or Series 6 (only 120Hz, no Internet@TV, no USB 2.0 Movie), go for the gold: Samsung Series 8 UN55B8000. (There is also a 46 inch in the Series 8, but why bother if you can have 55 inch).

Some electronics retailers like Abt already offer the Samsung UN55B8000 LED TV up for pre-order at a price of $3,599.99. The availability should be broader soon. The Samsung LED TV Series 7 just recently began shipping for instance from Amazon.com.

Samsung UN55B8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV

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Consumer electronics manufacturer, Samsung, says it is set to launch a Twitter widget on Internet@TV, an Internet-based TV widget service which it announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in January and which is based on the Yahoo! Widget Engine (note: the service, which is available on Samsung's LED 6000, 7000 and 8000-series HDTV sets, as well as on the company's 6- and 7-series LCD screens, offers a range of JavaScript- and XML-based mini-applications, including widgets for Flickr, Yahoo! News, Yahoo! Weather, Yahoo! Finance, USA Today, YouTube, eBay and Showtime Networks). The new Twitter widget, which will be offered free-of-charge, is expected to allow viewers to, among other things, use their remotes to send and view tweets about programs as they watch them.

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Samsung UN46B8000 46" LED TV

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What You Should Know about the Samsung UN46B8000 46" LED TV

Good Fit For a Midsize Living Room

HDTVs with a diagonal screen size between 42 and 45 inches are LCDs or plasmas, usually with a resolution of either 1366 by 768 or 1920 by 1080 (1080p). The optimum viewing distance for an HDTV screen like this one is generally considered to be about 6.5 to 7.5 feet. That makes a television of this size appropriate for a range of living areas, such as a den, a large bedroom, a midsize living room, or a game room.

Resolution Matches Blu-Ray Disc and HD Formats

All modern HDTVs are fixed-pixel displays. The number of pixels a display has determines its maximum resolution and thus the fineness of detail it can reproduce. Resolution is normally expressed as pixel width versus pixel height. This television's resolution is 1920 by 1080, meaning it has 1920 pixel columns by 1080 pixel rows. Popular for midrange and high-end HDTVs of all types, especially those with large screens, this resolution matches the 1080i maximum resolution for broadcast HDTV and 1080p Blu-ray Disc formats. A key characteristic of all fixed-pixel displays is that incoming signals not at the set's native resolution must be scaled to match that resolution. The quality of this mathematical upconversion or downconversion can significantly affect the picture, especially for ordinary standard-definition TV signals. Inferior scaling may soften the picture, exaggerate noise, or cause some edges to appear slightly jagged.

LCD Display Technology

LCD televisions, like this one, are relatively thin, lightweight panels with a light source at the rear and a lattice of tiny cells filled with liquid crystals in the middle. They perform better than plasmas in brightly lit rooms and don't suffer image burn-in. But because the liquid crystal is never completely opaque, reproducing black or near-black color is harder for LCDs. Picture quality can deteriorate when viewing from far off to the side; and because liquid crystals respond relatively slowly to changes in applied voltage, fast-moving objects on the screen may appear to blur slightly. But LCD technology continues to improve, and these problems are less of an issue today (look for models that tout a 120-Hz refresh rate and a wide viewing angle). LCDs tend to be cheaper than comparable-size plasmas and are available in smaller screen sizes (37 inches and below).
Samsung UN46B8000 46-Inch LED HDTV with 1080p Resolution

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Samsung LED HDTVs Launched

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The financial crisis and the drop in retail spending has not depressed the global consumer electronics giant Samsung. Despite the slowdown, Samsung Electronics has set a bench mark for flat-panel TVs with the launch of an all new advanced LED High Definition TVs (HDTVs) in Qatar, yesterday. The new televisions have bolstered Samsung's LED range after the resounding success of the Series 9 LED Backlit LCD television earlier this year.

Samsungs market share is 32 percent in Middle East and in Qatar 40 percent. Last year was a great time for the company with more than 10m televisions with a total value of $6.76bn being sold, said Ram Modak, General Manager, Digital Media Business, Samsung Gulf Electronics. Samsung has proven LED technology is a viable choice for consumers desiring the best picture possible from an LCD television. Samsung's latest LED televisions redefine the standards for viewing quality, energy-efficiency and home entertainment decor.

The new 6000 (available in UN40B6000 , UN46B6000 and UN55B6000), 7000 (available in UN40B7000, UN46B7000 and UN55B7000) and 8000 (available in UN46B8000 and UN55B8000) LED Series are built upon the success of Samsung's first and second generation LED HDTV models. Each using LEDs as their primary light source, the televisions feature ultra-high contrast ratios as well as slim depths that allow for more artful designs, plus increased energy savings.

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Samsung UN40B6000 Review

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Samsung UN40B6000 46-INCH 1080P 120HZ LED HDTV, Samsung UN40B6000 is The brilliant Samsung LED TV experience starts with the UN40B6000 . Its incredible mega contrast provides blacker blacks and whiter whites along with enriched color expression. Its ultra-slim 1.2? depth is our slimmest HDTV yet, and that includes the tuner! Our exclusive Touch of ColorTM design complements any room, and InfoLinkTM puts up to date information right at your fingertips. Best yet, Samsung LED TVs use 40%

Samsung – Samsung Luxia UN40B6000 40″ 1080p LED 120Hz LCD HDTV UN40B6000VFXZA

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Samsung LN32B460 LCD TV Review

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The Samsung LN32B460 is a 32" LCD TV from Samsung's entry level 4 Series for 2009. The TV features a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 6ms response time. It includes integrated 10-watt speakers, a gaming mode, and 3 HDMI inputs for connection to HD devices.

Wowo, very beautiful , I love this LCD TV very much , for this beautiful consumer electronics you can get at Tradestead , there are many kinds of these!

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