Samsung UN40NU7100FXZA Flat 40″ 4K UHD 7 Series Smart LED TV (2018)

April 29, 2019 - Comment

Step up from Full HD with the clarity of the Nu7100. Get 4x the resolution of Full HD, plus non-4k TV content is upscaled to 4K via a powerful UHD engine. This TV is a clear upgrade for your content. Product Features PurColor: Enjoy millions of shades of color, fine tuned to create an incredibly

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Step up from Full HD with the clarity of the Nu7100. Get 4x the resolution of Full HD, plus non-4k TV content is upscaled to 4K via a powerful UHD engine. This TV is a clear upgrade for your content.

Product Features

  • PurColor: Enjoy millions of shades of color, fine tuned to create an incredibly vibrant picture. Motion Rate 120: Smooth action on fast-moving content
  • HDR: View stunning high dynamic range content with a TV designed to support HDR10+
  • Slim Design: An elegant slim design for a modern look you’ll admire
  • Smart TV: Access your streaming services all in one place using the Samsung Remote Control
  • Note-compression of video content may cause picture distortions, especially in fast moving pictures from sports programs and action movies. If the signal reception is weak or poor, screen distortion may be visible but it is not a malfunction. Mobile phones used close to the tv within 3.2 feet may cause noise on analog and digital channels
  • Please note the differences between the UN40NU7100 and the UN40NU710D. NU7100: Dark gray stand color, 450 nits HDR sustained brightness, Mega Dynamic Contrast. NU710D: Charcoal black stand color, 430 nits HDR sustained brightness, Ultra Dynamic Contrast.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Worst TV On Amazon by far I ordered the product after my last Samsung TV was damaged during a moving incident.Shipping and handling was provided very quickly beating expectations by over a week. Upon delivery of the product, I noticed the TV wouldn’t turn on unless I downloaded a smartthings app from the app store which requested all my user information from email, phone number, and address and signed me up for a smart home app?? WHY am I signing up for a smart home app just to operate a TV?Anyways, went through all that trouble after providing the same information previously requested to purchase the TV in the first place. Spent another 15 mins mounting the thing on the wall to find out the TV they sent me was a dud. Did some quick searching online for a solution, and looks like this is a very common problem with this type of Samsung TVs (“blue screen”, shows a hint of backlight but otherwise no power or functioning).Call with a service representative leads to another call…

Anonymous says:

Samsung UN55NU7100FXZA- UHD HDR – OK TV but some problems need to be addressed Samsung UN55NU7100FXZA- 4K UHD HDR -PROS:The clarity and resolution of the displaySound -quality- (see problem below) is very good for a thin TV. The clarity of voices is exceptional, especially helpful for ‘older ears’.Capable of being used like a DVR to ‘record’. Plug memory into the USB you can set up the TV for timed recordings like you would with a DVR.CONS:MOTION- After installation the display of moving objects was ridiculously ‘jerky’. I had to turn off the -default setting- AUTO MOTION to correct the erratic movement.SOUND- When watching Satellite the volume will sometimes get -very low- (EG. after skipping a commercial break). If you PAUSE and then RESUME viewing the sound will return to NORMAL. The AUTO VOLUME on or off made no difference except that the LOW and NORMAL sound levels were ‘less obvious’. As this TV replaced a Samsung 48″ which did not experience similar sound changes I will assume this model has a…

Anonymous says:

Disappointing My first 4K television and picture quality is fine. Disappointed over a few things though.First, I dislike the UI (User Interface). Have a large collection of movies stored on a NAS (Network Attached Storage) device. The TV found the DLNA server just fine, but the folder structure is not modifiable and is worse than any of my BluRay players. Takes forever to scroll though the movies.Second, even though I have a Samsung SmartThings hub, it will not connect to the TV. It’s the same manufacturer. How can that be?Third, because the TV won’t connect to SmartThings, I CANNOT control it via my Amazon Alexa devices.Fourth, you can’t edit all of the inputs. I don’t need or want my DirecTV HDRs showing up as media servers. I just want the DirecTV satellite it’s connected to via HDMI, my computer connected via HDMI, and my DLNA NAS server.In short, the TV is fine, but the software running on it falls well short of what I expect.

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