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Samsung UN55ES7500F LED TV Review

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The Samsung UN55ES7500 (MSRP $3,379) is the model right below Sammy’s flagship. What's the difference between the two? Not much.

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The UN55ES7500 was quite the performer. It produced very good colors, the contrast was good, and the screen uniformity was excellent. Not everything was perfect, though. The motion performance was decent, but not anything spectacular. The viewing angle was pretty bad, even for an LED TV. These not-so-good features still can’t bring the ES7500 down—the good definitely outweighs the bad here.

Color

A near-perfect color gamut.

The range of colors that the ES7500 can produce is excellent and very close to the industry standard for HDTVs. The blues veer slightly into purple territory and the reds get ever-so-slightly pink, but the whole gamut is pretty accurate. The white point, which can affect color temperature, is spot-on.

Contrast

A good contrast ratio, but not quite as good as the ES8000.

2 was pretty bright, the ES7500 was still bested by its big brother, the ES8000.

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