Samsung LN52B750 LCD HDTV First Impressions Review

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The Samsung LN52B750 looks to have a decent selection of features, with a 240Hz refresh rate and media streaming.

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Tour & Design

**Front**

The front of the LN52B750 has the same clean, simple design as the other models Samsung announced this year, with a stand made of aluminum and glass. One difference is a change in the styling of the bottom part of the bezel, though; a clear space separates the screen itself from the speaker bar at the bottom.

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*The LN52B750 has a clean, stylish design

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**Back**

We weren't able to get access to the back of the LN52B750 to take a photo.

**Sides**

The left side of the LN52B750 has no major features, but the right is the home to the side ports panel. The LN52B750 is slightly deeper than the high-end LED backlight models that Samsung has announced this year at about 2 to 3 inches thick, but it doesn't look or feel overweight.

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The left and right sides of the LN52B750

 

**Stand/Mount**

The stand has the same styling as all of Samsung's 2009 line, with a large piece of aluminum forming the base plate, and a glass pillar holding up the main part of the screen. It's a very attractive look that makes the panel look rather like it is floating on air. Standard VESA mounting ports are located on the back of the LN52B750, and the entire stand can be removed for wall mounting.

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The glass and aluminum stand of the LN53B750 

**Aesthetics**

Overall, the LN53B750 is a very good looking display, with the transparent bar between the display and the speakers giving it an extra design flourish. 

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Sections

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

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