Samsung UN58H5005AFXZA 58-inch reviews a mystery

By Alan Ng - Nov 25, 2014

If you have your heart set on getting a new Samsung TV this month during the low-price season, we have one model you may want to consider. It’s actually one of Samsung’s brand new models for 2014 and as a result you may have difficulty locating Samsung UN58H5005AFXZA reviews.

It has become normal practice now to fully research what other consumers are saying about a particular model on places such as Amazon.

The feedback is often essential in deciding whether a TV is the right choice for you, but unfortunately it looks like you won’t be able to do this with this Samsung 58-inch model.

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It’s only just become available for purchase on Amazon and directly on Samsung’s website as well here. We can however give you a run down on what this model features.

Samsung UN58H5005AFXZA specs include an unusual 58-inch display size, with a full HD 1920×1080 resolution. There is a native 60Hz refresh rate on this television, along with Samsung’s usual Clear Motion Rate 120 to enhance picture quality further.

Other features include 2 HDMI ports, 1 USB connection, Samsung’s ConnectShare for watching content directly from a USB device and also enhanced sound thanks to Dolby Digital Plus and Pulse.

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While there are no Samsung UN58H5005 reviews from this model yet, we can give you some further reading material with the official spec sheet here, as well as the Samsung UN58H5005AFXZA product manual here.

Based on the information that we have given you above, are you still interested in picking up this Samsung LED H5005 Series TV – 58” Class model?

Do the lack of reviews put you off a purchase, or are you willing to take the plunge with the sub $700 price that we have seen floating around?

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  • Alfred Smith

    This
    is a great TV if you’re after a budget non-smart TV with a great picture. Out
    of the box the colour saturation and contrast are far too high. Typically this
    is done to impress in the store showroom, but if you spend a little time
    setting the TV up with a calibration disc the resultant picture is first class.
    Blacks are great even in low light. Like many LED/LCD displays, the only
    negative thing is that the contrast and colour saturation drops off sharply
    when you view the display from the side. The viewing angle is around 45º
    horizontally. If you have a large seating area, say two couches at right angles
    close to the TV, you might be disappointed. Otherwise its great value.

    • Nelson

      Hi I’ve recently purchased this tv myself but can’t really get crisp picture like in store. I was wondering if you would be able to give me your settings thank you much appreciated