Samsung LN52A630 LCD TV

Mar 15th, 2009 | By Simon

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Manufacturer: Samsung Canada

If you were in the market for an LCD TV after the holiday season, you probably saw the Samsung A630 series on sale at your local brick and mortar store. If you haven’t quite decided which one you want, keep reading as I’ll take you through the ins and outs of this TV and show you a ton of pictures of how well it works.

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The Samsung 6 series is in the middle of the pack, not the cheapest model available but not at the top end of the spectrum. You don’t get all the bells and whistles of a top end TV, but Samsung doesn’t skimp out on picture performance.

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  8. Nice Post!This picture setting can be set to Dynamic, Standard or Movie. Dynamic is what most of the TVs are set to in stores. It’s the brightest setting, with the highest contrast, and it is supposed to make the picture really pop and catch everyone’s attention.

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  10. these is big huge lcd tv, i really enjoy watching all my movie collection using these lcd, just try it, you will never disappointed :)

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  11. whatever you do, don’t consider a Samsung. Products are ok, but service support will completely frustrate you. Bought an LA37530 10 days ago. 5 calls later am still awaiiing installation. Engineer is rude and can’t come before 2 pm on weekdays. Callcentre is 3rd party BPO that just promises, but don’t deliver and don’t allow escalation. Never again. Just hoping to get them to take it back

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  12. Ketan Doshi wrote:

    whatever you do, don’t consider a Samsung. Products are ok, but service support will completely frustrate you. Bought an LA37530 10 days ago. 5 calls later am still awaiiing installation. Engineer is rude and can’t come before 2 pm on weekdays. Callcentre is 3rd party BPO that just promises, but don’t deliver and don’t allow escalation. Never again. Just hoping to get them to take it back

    Where did you buy your TV? I’ve never had issues and most often installation is completed by the store you bought it from. Here in Canada, that could be folks at best Buy or FutureShop….unrelated to what Samsung.

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