Samsung's New 65 Inch LCD HDTV

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Samsung just announced availability for its latest CCFL-backlit LCD TV- the 65 inch LCD 650 Series (LN65B650) with 1080p resolution. The latest entry in the LCD 650 Series TVs will deliver Auto Motion Plus 120Hz refresh rate, fast 4ms response time for motion clarity and high dynamic contrast ratios for deeper, more natural blacks. The LN65B650 will also include expansive networking and connectivity capabilities including Samsung's Medi@2.0 Suite, the unique Touch of Color design, and it will meet the latest Energy Star qualifications.

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Samsung also showcased additional products designed for the true HD and home entertainment aficionado at the show, including the recently announced 8500 Series LED TV, the latest line of Samsung Blu-ray players (BD-P1600, BD-P3600 and BD-P4600) that feature Netflix, Pandora, and YouTube streaming capabilities, as well as the new HT-BD8200 Blu-ray Soundbar, the latest Blu-ray Home Theater Systems (HT-BD7200, HT-BD3252 and HT-BD1250), and the HT-WS1 Soundbar.

"We are excited to showcase a variety of our offerings this year at CEDIA, which we feel are ideal for the custom installer or enthusiast looking to build the ultimate HD experience," said Tim Baxter, co-president of the Consumer Electronics Division, at Samsung Electronics America. "From our new 65" LCD 650 Series TV and latest LED TV's, to our Blu-ray players with network streaming capabilities and Blu-ray Home Theater Systems, we're aiming to set a high bar for delivering innovative technologies along with sleek design."

65 inch LCD 650 Series
Product Availability and Pricing
- Price: LCD 650 Series- 65-inch class: $5,999.99
- Availability: September 2009

Read more about the new 65-inch LCD on Page 2.


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