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Samsung UN55B7000 LCD HDTV First Impressions Review

55 in.

It's hard to draw too many conclusions from our limited hands on at CES, the signs for the UN55B7000 look good.

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General Type LCD
Screen Size 55 in.
Format 1080p
SPDIF (Digital audio output) 1
Bluetooth No
CF Card No
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Surround Mode Yes
Wall Mount Included No
Width (in) 51.7
Standby Consumption 1.0
Display Technology LCD
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Composite Video 1
3.5mm Headphone Jack 1
Zigbee No
MMC No
Equalizer Yes
Depth (in) 12.0
HDMI In 4
VGA 1
DLNA No
MemoryStick No
Brightness (cd/m2) 1.0
Number of Speakers 1
Remote Included Yes
Weight (lbs) 60.4
DVI 0
xD No
Speaker Wattage 1.0
OTA Analog Antenna Yes
Is 3D No
OTA Digital Antenna Yes
DVD No
Analog Cable Tuner Yes
Blu-Ray No
Digital Cable Tuner Yes
Firewire No
Cablecard No
Photo Playback Ability Yes
Analog Audio In 1
Music Playback Ability Yes
3.5mm Audio Input Jack 1
Video Playback Ability Yes
USB Yes
Brand Name (Samsung)
Manufacturer Name Samsung
Component Video In 1
Analog Audio Out 0
Wi-Fi No
SD Card No
OLD Resolution 1920 x 1080
Sound Output Mode Stereo with Subwoofer
Stand Included Yes
Height (in) 39.2
Peak Consumption 1.0
S-Video 0

Sections

  1. Tour & Design
  2. Performance Features
  3. Connectivity & Media
  4. Controls, Menu & Remote
  5. Conclusion
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