|Samsung LNT-5271F 52" LCD 1080p HDTV|
|Reviews - Affiliate Reviews|
|Written by Mudit Gupta - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Thursday, 27 March 2008|
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Samsung LNT-5271F HDTV
Very recently Benchmark Reviews celebrated our first year on the web, and held a contest for our readers. One of the incentives to earn additional contest entries was to submit a user review of the monitor or television of their choice. A few of these articles are good enough to share with our audience, so we hope that you will find it just as helpful as our professional reviews. In this short article, Mudit Gupta reviews his Samsung LNT-5271F 52" LCD 1080p HDTV.
For those who are ready for the clearest, brightest picture on the market today, Samsung presents the LN-T5271F. Full 1080p resolution is just the beginning: Samsung's incredible Auto Motion Plus 120HzTMtechnology reduces motion blur for crisp, precise action. The color-saturated 52" picture boasts a 25,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, displaying rich blacks and capturing subtle nuances. A fast 8ms response time ensures smooth, lifelike motion. SRS TruSurround XTTM sound from hidden side speakers is enhanced by the premium audio sound of 2.2 channel dome speakers. Enjoy connectivity with all your other digital devices, with 3 HDMI ports and a full complement of inputs. And the handy HDMI-CEC feature lets you control all your CEC-enabled peripherals using just one remote.
Some people might tell you that all High Definition Televisions are the same. Why pay $3,000 for a high-end Samsung television when you can get a similar set at Costco from Vizio for only $1,500? It's simple! There is an astonishing difference in the picture quality and the number and types of features included with each set. Anyone who tells you that such a difference does not exist needs their eyes checked. We will now examine the Samsung LNT-5271F 52-Inch LCD 1080p Widescreen HDTV.
Samsung Group (www.samsung.com) is one of the world's largest companies, and a leader in several major global industries. They are currently the world's largest consumer electronics company, and it is no surprise that they have been in the HDTV business since the beginning, producing top-notch products.