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Samsung UE37ES6300 review

 Review: December 2012  
 

Last updated June 2013

Rating: 3 stars

In a nutshell: The Samsung UE37ES6300 is a 37-inch mid-range TV with smart looks, Smart TV, Wi-Fi and 3D. Picture quality is fair, but it's not the best at this price, and the screen size is unusual.



 

Review

This is the 37 inch version of the Samsung UE40ES6300 we reviewed previously, so read our detailed review of the UE40ES6300 for a full assessment.

37 inches is a good option for a medium-sized lounge or a large bedroom, and the fair pricing and excellent Smart TV functions make this a popular choice. Picture quality isn't the best. However, the 200 Clear Motion Rate is fast enough to eliminate any observable motion artifacts, and the Game Mode makes this a good choice for gamers. It also includes active 3D. Built-in Wi-Fi is another strength, and the inclusion of both Freeview HD and Freesat HD tuners is another bonus.


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Reviewed by Nick from England on 24th Jul 2015
Great picture and it look nice but smart hub updates far too much with rubbish I'm not even interested in. Seems to be updating 50% of the time that I want to use it. I dont feel like im in control of what i want on the homescreen. There's adverts on there too which I find annoying. YouTube can sometimes be very jerky and slow. It also crashes sometimes then switches itself off and on again. I think this could be a processor issue. I've had the TV almost 3 years now and it had to have the screen replaced after about 2 years. The picture started strobing. I'm going to retire this TV to my bedroom and get another basic TV and set it up with an android TV box which I think will be much quicker and reliable. It's put me off getting another Samsung TV.
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Reviewed by Keith Brooks from Surrey UK on 8th Apr 2013
As the other reviewer said the TV that has everything built in, there is nothing more that can be added. had a 32 inch but wanted a little bigger 37inch this is a perfect size for my room. done a lot of research on the internet, done my list of wants and needs and there it was under 500.
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Reply by Jimmy from UK on 16th Jun 2013
Where did you buy it from for under 500

Reviewed by Andy from UK on 6th Jan 2013
Bought for a bedroom with freeview connectivity so I wasn't chasing top end picture quality that other more expensive models may have, however I would suggest the picture quality is excellent and not something buyers need to be concerned about.

Cheap to hang on the wall as this has been fitted using a 15 bracket from Amazon "HD Zone's Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount Bracket - Picture Frame Design". The TV is a slim design and fits flat to the wall with this bracket, the coaxial arial lead for freeview could prevent the TV lying flat if a slim right-angled lead is not used as it is a back facing connection rather than side-on as the HDMI connections are.

Built-in ITV player, BBC iPlayer, Lovefilm, Youtube and Netflix add nicely to the features that you may miss when a TV only has a freeview feed. The ability to stream media from other devices in the house to the TV also another added bonus.
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