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Samsung UN60J6200 60-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV (2015 Model)


Samsung UN60J6200 60-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV (2015 Model)


Enjoy a viewing experience that is 2X the clarity of standard HD TVs. See every image as the director intended with enriched colors – even with older, non-HD content. Enjoy improved fast-action moving picture resolution at Motion Rate 120 with outstanding refresh rate, processing speed and backlight technology.

  • Refresh Rate: 120CMR (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED
  • Smart Functionality: Yes, Built in Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV w/ stand: 54.1″ x 34″ x 13″, TV w/o stand: 54.1″ x 31.5″ x 3.7″
  • Inputs: 2 HDMI, 2 USB

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  1. 575 of 599 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Samsung 55″ LED 120hz Smart TV, October 17, 2015
    By 
    Nick Rushforth (Maine, U.S) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    Okay, let me start this review by saying i’d consider myself somewhat of a tech guru and i’m also a big fan of Samsung products so my expectations of this TV were extremely high as I’ve always had good luck with every product I’ve purchased from them which includes cell phones, laptops, and other TV’s. Also, I purchased this TV to replace my Top of the line 8500 Series 42″ Plasma TV in the living room and that TV has an absolutely stunning picture; in 2012 I paid about $1700 for it (further hiring my expectations of this LED TV). With that being said I’m going to try and be as in-depth as I can in this review because I read a lot of negative reviews that I’d like to address with my experience.

    First off, the Shipping (I know this has nothing to do with the product itself but it seems to be something a lot of people worry about and dwell on)
    -Like most Amazoner’s I was a bit nervous purchasing a $700 TV online, not because of Amazon but because of the possibility of it getting damaged in transit and then having to go through the whole return & replacement process. But the TV arrived in two days from time of purchase (Amazon Prime) via FedEx and the box was in perfect condition, the same as you would expect when purchasing from best buy. As I un-boxed the TV everything was good and the TV was protected with Styrofoam as well as a plastic sleeve covering the base and screen. There was absolutely no scratches or cracks on the screen or any other part of the TV and honestly it would have to be a pretty rough ride for that to happen as the TV is secured in the center of the box by the Styrofoam but these things happen. Before I mounted the TV above the fireplace in place of the old one I wanted to plug it in and make sure the picture and everything was functioning how it should, when I plugged it in it went through the installation process connecting to the internet and updating. Directly after that I went to the Netflix app and that’s when I noticed that there was a dead pixel center left. This isn’t a huge deal and is in no way a bad reflection on Amazon or Samsung, these things happen (a year ago I bought a laptop from best buy and got it home and it had several dead pixels). This is really the nature of the beast when dealing with electronics and is more of a quality control problem than anything.

    Performance & Picture
    -Now aside from the pixel issue (which is only noticeable on dark screens) this TV performs like a top of the line LED. The picture is stunningly clear and smooth, the colors are extremely vibrant, and the blacks are exceptionally deep especially for an LED. When it comes to the hertz of this TV I have had absolutely no problems with shadowing or blurring during fast action sequences so I can say it is actively 120hz. I use my TV’s for a wide assortment of things, I watch a lot of Sports, play video games, and watch a lot of movies so picture and sound are extremely important aspects for me. This TV performs, I put it to the test with 1080p football games as well as first person shooters on the PS4 and I was extremely pleased. When watching sports I’d suggest turning on the “Sports Mode” too, this further optimizes the picture as well as the Audio. Like other reviews have said The factory settings for the picture will need some tuning (factory is a bit dark) depending on how you like it, I like the dynamic setting with the brightness up but that’s all a matter of personal preference. Also, Samsung had a real problem with the 2013 &14 Smart Software in terms of freezing and lag, I can say without a doubt that these have been solved with the latest Smart Hub updates. Keep in mind that this TV doesn’t have the Dual Core Processor like the models above it but it is quite snappy when searching the internet browser or opening up your Netflix apps. A lot of other TV Brands have done away with incorporating a web Browser in their iOS and I’m pleased that Samsung has kept it because I think its a great feature. The speakers on the TV are truly impressive, the volume goes 0-100 and in my fairly large living room I would never need it about 40. I was listening to Sirius radio and had it on 75 and it was clear and loud for a TV. Also the pre-programmed Audio settings are great, generally they really don’t do much when you put it on “clear voice” or “Movie” but with this TV you can hear a noticeable difference. My favorite aspect of this TV is that it can Identify and open my 2TB Seagate desktop HDD. Now, this is great for people like me who have a ton of videos, movies, pictures and other media on an external HDD and want to be able to open and access it in one spot for a true multimedia center. My other TV did not have the capability to read this, but this smart TV not only reads it but it has all the codecs to be able to play a wide range of media; So with 2 USB ports you can plug in 2 thumb drives or HDD’s and switch between them by…

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  2. 323 of 342 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bigger is Better!, July 18, 2015
    By 
    Richard S. (Florida) –

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    Huge crystal clear picture. Bright and sharp. Bought this to replace a 51″ Samsung I had in my bedroom. Fills my room with picture and sound. The smart function works perfectly. Now I have no need for any other machines in order to watch Netflix or Amazon. Nice feature. Very happy with this product. If you are going to spring for a TV this big, you’re going to want to get a sound bar and sub-woofer as well. I purchased a Samsung sound bar to go along with this TV. The internal TV speakers work fine, but you won’t get that big booming surround sound without an external speaker system. For price and quality, you can’t beat Samsung. I won’t buy any other. My old 51″ Samsung is going on 7 years without a problem, and is now in my living room to replace an LG TV I had out there. I had a 51″ LG, and the 4 HDMIs burned out within 3 yrs. I had a Vizio, which went to crap on day one, and if you ask me, Sony is just an expensive name. Nothing but Samsung from now on, as far as I’m concerned.
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  3. 205 of 224 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This TV has excellent, vibrant color, August 9, 2015
    By 
    Michael J. Cashen (Glen Burnie, MD USA) –
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    This TV has excellent, vibrant color, much better than avg. especially when the picture mode is set to “dynamic” instead of standard. There are enough contrast, backlighting, etc. controls to tweak it even better for those so inclined.
    UPDATE 9/22/15: I’m slightly red-green colorblind (I fail those dot tests but see bright reds and greens ok) and I am thrilled at how vibrant the reds and greens are -as well as the rest of the colors. For example, I’ve been watching “Everybody Loves Raymond” for years including frequent reruns and only after getting this TV did I realize that Marie usually wears a pretty blouse that has a lot of red or pink or purple in it. END UPDATE
    When you turn out the room lights, the blacks don’t become grays as happens on many sub $1000 TV’s.
    It is a true 120 Hz TV that uses software to push it to 240 Hz, which helps give a tremendously short response time of 7.8 ms – the shortest time measured on any TV by rtings.com – resulting in very minimal motion blur, which not only makes movie video pop. but it is great for those playing state-of-the-art video games.
    At least one review says the picture quality drops off when viewed at a 17 degree or greater angle, but I think it’s close to optimum (dynamic setting) at least to 30 degrees.

    The same review says that it plays, full screen, 1080i and 480i with a very excellent picture, but for some strange reason 720p (ABC, Fox, Ion, some shows on PBS, old movie/TV show channels, etc.) seems a little softer than normal but “probably not noticeable by most.” I think the 720p picture clarity looks as good as on other sub $1000 TV’s and, of course, the color looks much better than avg.
    UPDATE 9/22/15: After a couple weeks of regular season NFL games, I’ve been comparing the 720p video quality from ABC and Fox with the 1080i video quality from CBS – flipping channels back and forth – and I don’t notice any “softness” from 720p which, by the way, has twice the refresh rate of 1080i so motion blur is slightly less – which is why big-on-sports ABC and Fox chose it over 1080i. END UPDATE

    Another review complains about poor smart TV response to WiFi, but I had no problem setting up my Amazon Prime account directly with this TV (no computer, no Roku, etc. needed) and right now I’m streaming, with a slower-than-recommended 1 Mbps broadband service, the movie Star Trek: Into Darkness from Amazon Prime, and I’m getting a just slightly less than DVD-quality picture, in terms of resolution, with wonderful color stretched horizontally all the way across the screen. I’m over 1 hr. into the movie and haven’t experienced any interruption at all.
    No smart TV’s are quite as good as computers for finding things. You can browse the web from the TV, where the up, down, left, and right buttons on the remote move the cursor and a keyboard display appears when you need it. But it’s still MUCH easier to browse the web on a computer. I browse Amazon Prime shows with my laptop and store those I want under my Watch List. That makes them easier to find on this Samsung TV.

    I do NOT have cable TV, and this TV picks up 52 broadcast stations with the top-rated, indoor Winegard FL5500A Flatwave Amped Antenna ($50.59 here at Amazon as I write this), a thin plastic sheet 13″ x 12″, pinned (1″ diagonally in from each upper edge) to the top of my 1st floor TV room’s 8 ft. wall. I live 7-10 miles from most Baltimore TV towers and 30-45 miles from most Washington, D.C. towers.
    This TV picks up the schedules of all the channels – broadcast or cable or both – and shows a choice of a detailed Menu list on the entire screen of whats scheduled including details for each show or it shows a list of what’s currently playing on the other channels on the right side of the screen while watching your current show.
    The audio is not phenomenal, though there are several settings including “movie,” “music,” and “clear voice.”

    Personally, I planned to spent up to $599 for a TV but went an extra $50 when I got this much better TV for $649.99 with a 2-yr warranty thanks to a $150 off coupon at Costco (where it’s sold as the model …620D instead of …6200, but is the same TV) that ran thru 8/2/15. But I’ve done my homework and believe this to be the top under $800 TV because of the great picture quality and the decent quality other aspects. This Samsung looks better to me than the similar-to-$800 offerings from LG, Vizio, and Sony in the same size.

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