The UN40H6350 is a good TV with 3 terrible flaws. The TV guide channel list is awful. There is no way to auto load the channel guide, so in order to see what is on TV you have to page up or down and wait for the TV to load the schedule. There are only 7 channels displayed per page, and because the channel guide load time can be slow it takes too long to scroll up or down the guide and see whats on over the air TV. To make matters worse when you press guide or page up or down the TV does not display what channel you were watching in the top left corner of the guide, but instead shows a spinning circle until the channel info is loaded. Also the TV does not store channel guide information very long, so when one show ends and you press guide to see what else is on you have to wait for the channel guide to load yet again. I would hope a future TV update would allow for auto guide loading and or not stop displaying what you are watching while the channel guide loads. Also I would hope a future update would allow the channel guide to retain it's channel schedule info for a much longer period of time. I watch a lot of over the air TV and these flaws are constantly annoying me, and wasting my time. Not all TV's have this problem, and I have an old hdtv digital to analog conversion box that does not have any of these flaws. (The "On TV" and "Timeline View" Smart hub functions are of no help, and mostly unneeded.) The Smart Hub and Samsung Apps menu while designed quite nicely does not offer the ability to prioritize your favorite apps and or other inputs and channels. This results in the Smart Hub button displaying random inputs, channels and apps at the bottom of the screen The inability to prioritize apps, and or other inputs and channels is constantly annoying and wasting time. I would hope future tv updates allow you to prioritize your favorite apps, inputs and channels. Lastly the Chrome stand is a glaringly bad color choice, both literally and figuratively. Any and all light sources will be reflected and can be quite distracting. Also the TV leans forward even with the stand assembled correctly all screws tightened, must be the way it was designed. This is a good TV with many good features, However the TV Channel guide needs to be updated badly, and inability to set favorites for the Apps menu and Smart Hub also needs updating badly as well. I did research this tv on cnet and amazon and while I was aware of the inability to prioritize apps, channels, and other inputs in the Smart Hub and APPS menu. There was no mention of the poorly programmed channel guide. This is an honest review and I hope it helps others looking for a new TV, and I hope Samsung recognizes the merit of these complaints. I would also hope for Samsung to address these problems with future updates, as a good programming department should be able to solve these issues.
Well the first one was damage with a loose screen so I got a replacement With No hassle. I than cancelled it the same day because I wanted a more sturdy And better brand like Samsung, well it still shipped out again and they couldn't Stop it. So now Iam too tired to send this back, but after setting it up everything was a easy set Up picture is nice but not the best. The only other downfall is when your looking sideways At the Tv it looks cloudy until you again walk in the front of the tv than it's fine pretty good picture. I am very happy with my other brands Samsung, and RCA, but this LG is for the quest room and will be good enough for now.
This is my first flat screen TV. I've got an antenna for reception and it has really wonderful reception. It was easy to set up also. It's got better sound than I expected. All the reviews I read before buying it said that the sound on flat screen TV's were lousy. It was a good purchase for me.
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