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Samsung PN59D7000FF Plasma 3D HDTV Review$2,599.00
For the most part, greyscale on the Samsung PN59D7000 remained well within the margin of perceptible error for color temperature. The only time it strayed into visible warmth was for a brief period during the darker grey portion of the spectrum. More on how we test color temperature.
The RGB curves are not completely even, and they're not completely smooth, but they come fairly close. Additionally, they are quite straight, indicates a smooth transition from dark to bright shades of color. Blues may look a bit weaker than the other primary colors for its medium shades, but it should not be too severe. Medium purples might come out looking a bit red, due to the weaker blue response. More on how we test RGB curves.
We have compiled a series of RGB response gradients below, of the Samsung PN59D7000 and some of its competitors. Keep in mind that these are computerized recreations, and not exactly what a gradient will look like on the TV itself. However, you may be able to see some color banding indicated by the jagginess of the lines above. Even so, you will notice that it is not very extreme.
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