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Samsung 40-inch D6600 LED TV
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Samsung 40-inch D6600 LED TV

The D6600 features Samsung's double-rate frame transition technology, 3D Peak Algorithm and Motion Adaptive Dimming algorithm.

Product Specification

Model D6600
Panel Type Ultra Clear LCD With LED Backlights
Display Area 40-inch
Native Resolution 1920 x 1080
Screen Aspect Ratio 16:9
Tuner Type DVT/DVB-T
Front/Side Connectors 4 x HDMI, 3 x USB, LAN
TV Features Smart Hub, 3D HyperReal Engine, AllShare (DLNA) and PVR-Ready

1 user review(s)


This is an entry level 3D LED TV for the current Samsung D series.

I thought Samsung is a bit stingy on the older video connectors (1 composite video and 1 to be share between component and composite video). If you have multiple equipments fighting for the same component video connector e.g. Wii, PS2, DVD recorder, cable set-top box, you are going to have a hard time deciding which one to sacrifice.

Looks wise, its sleek clean. I especially like its thin bezel (only 1.2 cm). What more can you say, with bezel this thin, wall mount it and it looks like a magnificent picture frame.

Price wise, its a bit steep.

This model currently does come with free 3D goggles any more. So if you are interested you have to fork out another $100++. It comes with built in LAN adapter which is a major plus point.

Another feature that I like very much is the web browser feature. You can use it to surf the net. No longer are you tied down to just the Internet apps that if offers in the C series. However its not a perfect browser. I still encounter some difficulty accessing some of the video on xinmsn website. When I tried to watch some of the shows, it says you need silverlight. The problem is the current version of the browser doesn't support silverlight (hopefully they fix it in future upgrades). There is also no USB or wireless mouse and keyboard support.

I find it hard to surf the Internet using the remote controller, if they come out with a remote controller similar to the Wiimote it would be the ideal SmartTV. Nonetheless the TV supports a Android and Apple Apps that allows you to connect your device to the TV and use it as an input device. But I have yet to learn how to do it.

I think there are many more features that I have not fully explore. Part of it is attributable to the lack of a user manual. The guide is located in the TV itself!! I find it trouble to 'flip' through the E-manual using the TV remote. A pdf softcopy that can be easily read on our PC will be a definite plus.

Picture quality wise, its very good for me. Compared to my previous Full HD LCD TV (also a Samsung), this one offers a more stunning picture quality. Maybe its using a much better image processor.

I have yet to use the 3D feature as I don't have the 3D glasses. Like any 3D TV models, it lets you convert real time 2D to 3D. Anyway I was more interested in its Internet browser feature. (use it as a giant size PC to do plain surfing).

This is just a quick review for anyone contemplating getting the latest D6600 now. Since there is a dearth of review on this model, hopefully it serve as a guide. Will post another in-depth update again once I fully explore the TV.

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