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Samsung PN51D450 51-Inch 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV Customer Review

Updated on September 19, 2011

Samsung Leads The Way

Samsung, as one of the world leaders in TV development, has came up with a great 51 inch Plasma TV. For $1500, you can get your house a TV that is perfect in nearly every important aspect of TV development. In this Hub article, we are going to find out a little more about the Samsung PN51D450 51-Inch 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV, its features, pros, and cons.

Samsung HDTV Features

So Let us first have a look at some of its features. This Samsung HDTV comes with a 51-inch plasma display panel, perfect for avid sports fan looking to watch their super bowl, world cup, US open etc. with best TV experience possible. There has and always will be debates regarding plasma vs lcd vs led TVs but Plasma TVs such as the one developed by Samsung will always triumph, well in the near future at least.

This Samsung TV also comes with standard HD inputs. In total, you will find two HDMI, two HD component, and one PC cable slot. This should be more than enough to link up your gaming consoles and movie players. Unlike other TVs, the Samsung 600Hz Plasma TV also comes with a USB slot! This can be very handy for a photographer because with this feature, you will now be able to easily share your media files with your friends and family members, without having to be limited by the small screen size of a laptop etc.

With a 600Hz subfield motion technology, you can also expect ultra fast response times on your TV. Why is this good? Such technology reduces the appearance of motion blurs when there are fasting moving images on TV. For example, Usain Bolt will not appear as blurry when you watch him run his final 100m sprint! It will be the closest you will ever get to a life sports experience.

Overall, it weighs about 49.6 lbs, which is relatively heavy. However, if you are willing to pay the dough for high quality video experiences then this Samsung HDTV is definitely one you should place in your shortlist.

So what did previous customers have to say about this TV? One customer commented that he has had it for three weeks and he is absolutely in love with the features. The biggest advantage was the in-built sound quality, which meant he did not have to invest in extra speakers. He also commented that the remote control was easy to use.

On the flip side, another customer mentioned that he thought the TV was great overall, however, it did not work well with his apartment as Plasma TVs tend to work best in low light conditions. With no dark room in particular, the customer noticed a few reflections here and there while watching some videos.

So what do you think about this Samsung TV? Let us know by commenting below!


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      5 years ago

      Thanks for the info on this Samsung, the whole family loves it! It has just a crystal clear picture; better than any TV I’ve ever seen. Last month I upgraded to the Hopper from DISH, which gives me HD and DVR to four different TVs. I already had three, but there have always been arguments over missing shows due to timer conflicts, and I figured with a fourth set I would always be able to watch my games in peace, now that football season is in full swing. I had one DISH coworker recommending Panasonic, and another touting Samsung, so I did a little research. I have to say this Sammy has worked beautifully. Thanks again!

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      Jane DeVito 

      6 years ago

      We just purchased this tv for $599.95 at HHGregg, and next day found it at Walmart for $548.00

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      6 years ago

      No problem! Glad to help out. Love this TV.

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      6 years ago

      Thank you for clarifying the price Susan. The cheaper, the better!

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      6 years ago

      Whoops, I posted the wrong link to the TV. Here's the right one -

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      6 years ago

      $1500!!???! It's only $600 on Amazon (

      It works great in my apartment, I have a very sunny living room with big windows, and it looks great, I should know too, I play a lot of dark action games on XBox. I really like it, and I can't see much difference between plasma and LED, I think people who can are just being nit-picky.


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