Samsung 46B6000 46inch LED TV

Jan 14th, 2010 | By Simon

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The 46B6000 is packaged in a regular cardboard box with a large poster stuck to the side advertising the LED TV status. There’s no picture of the TV but a few features are printed on the side of the box. While the package is large, it is not tall or very wide. It’s recommended that two people handle the package but I had no issues carrying the TV inside the house myself and setting it up on my makeshift stand.

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Opening up the package, the individual components can be removed. The screen and base are protected by a foam lined plastic bag. There is also a protective plastic film that needs to be peeled off to reveal the glossy finish. The accessories include four mounting screws, wire clips, remote control with batteries, network cable and registration manuals.

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  1. Good thorough review. However, I have a consistent problem with Media Play disconnecting after a few seconds to a few minutes. Many Internet forums report this for both Mac (I have an iMac) and PC-based systems, many brands of wireless servers (mine is Airport), wired, wireless, and combination networks, and many server software packages, including Samsung’s PC Share Manager (I use EyeConnect).

    Any references to problem cause and/or solutions will be much appreciated. Thanks,

    Jim Key

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  2. I have the UN46B7100 this thing is super thin!! i still can’t believe how clear the picture looks on this thing, blue ray OMG!! the only complaint about this t.v that ive found from other consumers is that it looks to real, so it makes everything else thats fake well fake!!! :)

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