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Samsung UN55C7000 55-inch 3D LCD HDTV Review

Samsung UN55C7000 55-inch 3D LCD HDTV Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: If you're a technology geek it's hard not to get excited the first time you hear about 3D HDTV. It's one of those amazing Jetsons-esque technologies that seems like we'd never quite get to, along with hover cars and robot butlers. PCSTATS cuts through the marketing hype and tells you if the 3D Samsung UN55C7000 55-inch HDTV is worth it.
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Filed under: Home Theatre Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Samsung Aug 19 2010   Julian Apong  
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HDTV Media Inputs and Outputs

The Samsung UN55C7000 3DTV had a number of analog and digital connections that plug into the back panel of the TV. There are two sets of inputs: one is mounted horizontally, facing the user as you reach around the side of the TV. The other set is mounted vertically, facing the stand of the TV, and use a number of included adapters so they can be hooked up easily.


The side-facing panel has a quartet (4) of HDMI inputs, as well as (2) USB 2.0 inputs for mass storage media and USB Hard drives, as well as (1) 3.5mm stereo output jack, for use with headphones. These jacks are easy to access and plug in.

Things get a little more complicated on the lower input panel, where it's a little more difficult to access the input and output ports. Fortunately Samsung has included a number of adapters that plug into the lower panel and give you a few inches of cabling to run into standard device cables. Included with the UN55C7000 is (1) Antenna adapter, (1) AV/RCA adapter, (1) component sound in adapter, (1) LAN adapter, (1) component adapter, (1) PC/VGA adapter, and (1) optical adapter.

In addition to the adapters, the bottom panel also has (1) port input for Samsung's EX-link, and (1) 3.5mm stereo output port.

Setting the UN55C7000 up with a PC as a mirrored display was as easy as plugging the laptop in via HDMI and letting Windows 7 auto-configure the display output. Overall output was as clear as the display's typical HD output, and you can even activate some of the UN55C7000's built-in media overlays and new tickers when browsing the PC desktop.

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Contents of Article: Samsung UN55C7000
 Pg 1.  Samsung UN55C7000 55-inch 3D LCD HDTV Review
 Pg 2.  How does the 3D work?
 Pg 3.  How long can you watch 3D for, is there eyestrain?
 Pg 4.  Samsung 7000-series 3D HDTV Panel Design
 Pg 5.  3D TV Remote Control
 Pg 6.  Active Shutter 3D Glasses
 Pg 7.  — HDTV Media Inputs and Outputs
 Pg 8.  MediaPlay, the feature formerly known as Wiselink Pro
 Pg 9.  Connecting to the internet, Youtube and more
 Pg 10.  Conclusion: Is 3DTV ready for prime time?

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