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|Video System||ATSC, Clear QAM|
|Shipping Weight||64.0 lb|
|Box Dimensions (WxHxD)||37.0 x 7.0 x 66.0|
|Power Requirements||110-120 VAC, 60 Hz|
|Energy Star Compliant||Yes|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||57.6 x 33.2 x 2.7" / 146.3 x 84.3 x 6.9 cm
57.6 x 35.3 x 11.6" / 146.3 x 89.7 x 29.5 cm
|Weight||52.5 lb / 23.81 kg
61.9 lb / 28.08 kg
|Power Consumption||Typical: 85.0 W
Maximum: 265.0 W
|Screen Size (Diagonal)||64.5"|
|Panel Type||LED LCD|
|Pixel Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Contrast Ratio||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Refresh Rate||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Wall Mounting||400 x 400 mm|
|Menu Language||English, Spanish, French|
|Inputs/Outputs||1x RF Antenna In
4x HDMI Audio/Video In
3x USB 2.0 Audio/Video
1x Ethernet LAN
1x RCA Component Video In
1x RCA Composite Video In
1x RCA Stereo (L/R) Audio In
1x SPDIF Audio Out
1x 1/8" (3.5mm) Mini Audio Out
1x RS-232C Control
The Samsung UNJU7100 delivers the same high level of picture quality as some more expensive models, and beats most competitors for style and features.
The Samsung UNJU7100 series is the company's least-expensive TV with true local dimming, leading to very good picture quality with relatively deep black levels. Its color is accurate and video processing is among the best on the market.
It's still relatively expensive, and its overall picture quality falls short of some less expensive TVs.
I recently decided to get into the 4K thing and went through a few sets before I came to this. All the others had one or more issues that just didnt work for me. Without getting into all the details I went from a Vizio M50-C1 to a Vizio P502UI-E, to a Sony XBR55X850B, to a Sony XBR55X850C, to my...
Excellent Picture, smart features, and options.
Had to really think here. Lack of 3D glasses I guess.
I've owned a few tv's in my time, to say the least. LG's, Emerson, Panasonic, ect. But this Samsung, is by far the best. The picture is super clear, and being a smart tv doesn't hurt things either. It's almost like your viewing "real life".
My husband and I bought this model last year for our Christmas gift to ourselves. Out warranty expires less than 2 weeks ago and the tv is now broken. It goes to a black screen every 1 to 2 minutes then back, none of the smart hub apps work without crashing, the sound cuts in and out, the menus...
so freaking awesome, realistic as ****
Only thing preventing a 5 star review is the remote. Picture is great, easy to set-up and nice mounting stand. But, the remote is a pain. Everything runs through it and requires scrolling through menus to do anything. Change the channel, menu, set the sleep timer, menu, order chinese food, menu.
It looks great on our wall compared to our older 47" TV
Great picture and excellent idea to have a connect box instead of trying to plug a bunch of cables into the back of the set. As with most TVs the speakers are not great and a soundbar is a good investment.
Great set for the price, pictuee qualty across streaming and discs is great and 3d better than the theater. Also, they updated to enable it to handle HDR, even though the Samsung rep insisted it was not capable. Saw it on Cnet [...].
Got this when I found it looking for a 4K 55 inch. It is hard to beat a comparable quality level 65 inch for $200 less if you don't mind the previous model year. 3D is a nice perk on top of it all. It looks amazing for sports and gaming. Software is upgraded to support background dimming.
We love this TV !! I recommend this product. Samsung isn't the greatest in customer support, but most of their TV's work well.