Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Samsung HL-P5063W 50 in. HDTV DLP TV

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the connectivity. The design is also appreciated, whereas the tuner and sound get critical comments.

image quality, design, connectivity

value for money, usability, remote control, sound, tuner

On average, users rate this product 58/100.

See all Samsung TVs

Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

User Reviews  

Showing 8 review(s)

Expert Reviews User Reviews
Showing 1 - 8 of 8 Show Reviews: in English

Consumer review by:

Nice TV, good price

 

When we first took delivery, the unit we got had a broken mirror inside (must have gotten knocked hard in transit), so we took it back and got a replacement. The replacement had the infamous water spot issue and made a serious whining noise from the ...

Great picture, versatile connectivity

Lack of overscan compensation at 1080i, cannot disable analog tuner

Consumer review by:

BUYER BEWARE!!

 

My husband and I were very excited when we brought this TV home. We upgraded from a 20" and were really looking forward to a much more enjoyable movie watching experience with this new unit. At first, everything seemed great. The picture was fantastic ...

Great picture (when it works), nice compact design

Repeatedly requires replacement of light engine and poor customer service.

Consumer review by:

The best picture possible

 

I shopped for a TV for near 6 months. I was having my house built so I was in no hurry. I couldn't afford a 8000$ plasma and didn't like that once this picture is out on a plasma then you are just supposed to chunk it. I had heard that the DLP was the ...

The absolute best picture I've seen.

The voice lag and the almost constant whine from the rear.

ADVERTISEMENT

Consumer review by:

Questionable Sammy

 

After reviewing online for a couple of weeks and a few trips to my local BestBuy to compare I decided on this Samsung 5063 DLP. Plasma is too pricey and has too short of a lifespan. Standard rear proj. hd are too massive. I thought the DLP's had ...

Great HD picture, lightweight, thin profile, 3rd generation,speaker on bottom

major lamp problems, non-intuitive remote, rear "front panel inputs, no digital audio out

Consumer review by:

Not worth it

 

I've been shopping for a new TV for my home theater for about a year or so now. I've done my research about the technologies that are out there; LCD, Plasma, DLP, LCoS and the like. I decided that the time was right to purchase the Samsung DLP 50" ...

not much to break. DLP bulbs are about the only thing that will fail.

very poor picture for the price.

Consumer review by:

Excellent Choice for HDTV broadcasts and DVD

 

The search for a new TV started when I moved into a new apartment with limited space for a conventional projection TV. After examining various options, it appeared that the best placement for a projection TV was literally in front of the fireplace ...

Excellent display quality, perfect for most HD sources

Voice sync problem on non-HD digital cable broadcasts

Consumer review by:

One word: (_8(|)~~~ Hawwwwww.... *drool*

 

Shopping for HDTV's is a complex process. The last time I bought a tube TV (2.5 years ago), it wasn't this complicated, but I guess as technology progresses, things change. I didn't *need* a new TV but with the upcoming football season and the release ...

Bright and clear picture, no burn-in issues like the plasma, light weight, beautiful chassis

minor rainbow effects, expensive replacement bulb, complex menu, stability issues, costly wires for HD display

Consumer review by:

Excellent TV!

 

Purchasing a new television these days can be pretty intimidating, especially with the dawn of HDTV and the different sets available (i.e. CRT, DLP, LCOS, plasma, projection, etc). I narrowed my choices down to DLP and Plasma. But, for my current...

Bright picture, excellent quality, no burn-in.

HDTV ready only, need expensive cables to get the best picture.

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT