Samsung UN75ES9000 3D LCD HDTV Specs

Screen Size (diagonal, inches): 74.54
Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080
3D: Yes (active glasses)
Backlight: LED edge-lit with zone dimming
Wall Mount or Stand Included: Stand
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 66.1 x 38.4 x 1.4 (without stand); 66.1 x 40.8 x 12.9 (with stand)
Weight (pounds): 97 (without stand); 109.6 (with stand)
Price: $9,000

Video Inputs: HDMI 1.4 (3), component video (1, shared), composite video (2, 1 shared), antenna
Audio Inputs: Stereo analog (2), PC/DVI audio (1, shared)
Audio Outputs: Stereo analog (mini-jack, 1), optical digital (1)
Additional: EX-Link (RS-232, service), USB 2.0 (3), LAN Audio Return Channel (with compatible AVR)

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kent harrison's picture

Nice tv,very expensive best Samsung tv i ever seen,the colors are not saturated i was very surprise but compare to Sharp elite,but thats a toss up.

1000's picture

Guys, are you sure that the 2D colour space settings quoted in the SETTINGS link are correct ? Looks like way too many ZEROS there where actual values should be. I tried those colour settings and they are WAY off.


Thomas J. Norton's picture
The set is now long gone from our studio, but the values shown in the review agree with the settings in my notes.

You have undoubtedly run into the reason for the caution that always precedes our posted settings. That is, there is no guarantee that the settings that worked on our review sample will be appropriate for all possible samples of a given design, particularly units that may have been manufactured months apart. Our settings might work in some situations, but they are not intended as a substitute for professional calibration. That's the surest route to the best result.

1000's picture

Thanks Thomas, I understand completely the variance in panels and devices connected etc.

But what I don't get is how, say, the color space settings for Red can be ZERO, green can be ZERO etc. It just doesn't make sense, red should surely have some value around 35-50 for red and so on ??