Samsung F5500 LED TV Review
It was replaced by the Samsung H5500
The Samsung F5500 LED TV is very good for the price. It has about the same picture quality as the F6300 or FH6030 even though it is only 60Hz. If you do not need motion interpolation or 3D and want the Smart TV features, you should opt for this TV instead.
- Good semi-matte finish which reduces the reflections in a bright room.
- Very good picture quality for the price, both in term of contrast and motion handling.
- No 24p playback, which could be an issue for people watching a lot of Blu-rays.
- Very narrow viewing angle. The picture quality fades when you are not in axis.
The F5500 is really good in a dimmed room. Its blacks are deep for an LED.
The only downside of the F5500 LED TV is its narrow viewing angle. As soon as you are of axis, a discoloration appears. If you need a wide viewing angle, you will be better off with the LG LN5700.
For an LED TV, its screen uniformity is good.
Even with the lights on or windows, the F5500 is pretty good with little amount of reflections.
Almost no reflections is visible (except for the direct light of course) when displaying a brighter scene.
The F5500 has a low amount of motion blur for an LED TV of its price. It doesn't support 24p playback or motion interpolation though.
The input lag is average, but most people will not notice it.
1 Component In
1 Composite In
1 Digital Audio Out (Optical)
1 Headphone Out
The television was provided by BestCost.ca
If you do not need a wide viewing angle or fancier features, buy this TV. The Samsung F5500 LED TV has a very good picture quality both in a dark room and a bright room.
Also does the input lag difference between F6400 and F5500 is significant? I plan on buying this TV for my gaming TV.
2) No it is insignificant. Make sure to set the input type to PC though, and you will get an even lower one.
Picture Mode: Movie
Color Temperature: Warm 2
Red Offset: 25
Green Offset: 25
Blue Offset: 25
Red Gain: 25
Green Gain: 25
Blue Gain: 35
All processing options turned off
1- You can only obtain a good picture image when facing directly the center of the screen? I've been seeing a lot of complaints on this regards
2- I've seen other reviews with a different input lag to this TV model, something in between 27 msec and 30 msec. You guys gave a 54.2 msec. What's up with that?
2) In our review, we didn't put the TV in PC mode, which is why we had a higher input lag than others.
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