Samsung UN40ES6580F Review

There are several aspects of the Samsung UN40ES6580F that we’ll discuss in this UN40ES6580F review. We’ll cover its price, features, and color gamut, as well as its viewing angles. We’ll also talk about its Smart Hub platform, which enables you to access over 1500 apps. Most are inexpensive (usually between $0.99 and $2.99), while others have a premium fee. Samsung’s Smart Hub also allows you to search for videos through connected devices such as YouTube and other social media.

Features

The UN40ES6580F is a 40″ wide LED television with an array of features. It comes equipped with SRS TheaterSound HD, a technology that delivers multi-channel surround sound through the built-in television speakers. This technology also enhances the depth and dimension of the audio. This Samsung smart TV is also equipped with AllShare Play, a feature that facilitates wireless content transfer from your PC or Mac to the television. In addition, Anynet+ provides one-touch control of connected devices. It also supports Skype, which is a great addition for video calls.

Another notable feature of the UN40ES6580F is its inclusion of 4 pairs of 3D glasses and a Skype camera. These features make it one of the best Samsung 2012 models, although it lacks Smart Interaction by voice control. Despite these shortcomings, the UN40ES6580F is still a super value for money. Other features of this TV include a 240Hz panel and 480 Clear Motion rate, making it an excellent choice for those looking for an affordable 40″ TV.

Price

The Samsung UN40ES6580F is a great bargain for the price. It has many of the features of the top Samsung 2012 models, including 4 pairs of 3D glasses and a Skype camera. But the UN40ES6580 lacks Smart Interaction and Smart Motion. Still, it is a solid value TV that delivers impressive picture quality. It has a 240Hz panel and 480 Clear Motion rate.

The UN40ES6580 has a matte black frame and an overlay panel that extends to the metal frame’s sides. It is minimalistic in design and is supported by a black 4-legged quadrapod stand that swivels to a 20-degree angle. This model also comes with a skype camera, which allows you to video chat with family and friends.

Color gamut

A color gamut is a range of colors that can be reproduced from one device to another. Gamuts are not the same as resolution, but they are closely related. Both color gamut and color coverage have a direct influence on color reproduction. Below, you can compare the gamuts of two monitors that use different color technologies: a high-end monitor with a UN40ES6580F color gamut, and a low-end monitor with a wider gamut.

The sRGB color gamut has been used for decades. Although it is not an official standard, it has become the de facto color standard in digital video capture and projection. Most consumer products are equipped with sRGB compatibility, which means that they will reproduce images that use most of the gamut.

A wide color gamut is a good thing for digital imaging. It improves contrast, sharpness, and brightness. A large gamut can be more appealing to many people. Most people prefer a subtle increase in color saturation. That’s why it’s important to select the right color gamut for your application.

Color gamuts are determined by various standards. Adobe RGB, CIE, and NTSC color systems are examples of such standards. Each of them defines the range of colors that can be seen by the human eye. A color gamut is usually represented as a triangle on a xy chromaticity diagram. The color gamut of a particular standard is determined by the number of RGB coordinates that form the triangles. The larger the triangle, the wider the color gamut.

Color gamut coverage does matter for HDR content. However, it is not the only factor to consider when watching HDR content. There are many other factors to consider when choosing the best HDR monitor for your needs.

Viewing angles

The viewing angle of the UN40ES6580F can be improved by viewing the display at different viewing distances. However, the image quality decreases at higher viewing distances. To combat this problem, Samsung has developed Wide Viewing Angle technology that improves the image quality even when viewing from an angle. Compared to TN panels, IPS panels score better in terms of viewing angle. This is due to the fact that these panels use a technique called In-Plane Swichting to align pixels horizontally and in parallel.

A TV’s viewing angle is important, especially if you plan to place it in the living room. A good viewing angle is one that is no more than 50 percent off axis. This means that even if you place it at a 30 degree angle, it will still produce a high-quality image at this angle.

Micro dimming technology

The Micro dimming technology on UN40ES 6580F is a fantastic feature, resulting in sharper pictures and deeper blacks. It works by analyzing each frame of a video to improve the contrast and brightness. It also corrects fuzzy lines and produces more vivid colors.

Micro dimming works by adjusting the brightness of individual LEDs in the LCD layer to produce the most realistic and natural picture. The technology is so effective that it can even adjust the contrast ratio of an image by switching off zones that are too bright or too dark. It also prevents light bleeding because of the many small zones. Typical full array local dimming methods dim only a few large zones while the rest of the picture remains bright.

Another feature of the UN40ES6580 is its 480Hz Clear Motion rate equivalent processing. This is important for fast motion processing, as it helps reduce motion blur. The panel’s true Hz rate is 240Hz, but the Clear Motion feature upgrades this to 480Hz through a local dimming process.

Micro dimming technology on UN40ES 6580F isn’t quite as advanced as the Micro Dimming Ultimate technology, but it helps localize the brightness of parts of the screen for more LED backlighting. This feature is a huge upgrade from last year’s lower-tier “6000” LED TVs, as it solves the issue of uneven screen brightness. It also enhances the picture’s contrast and picture uniformity.

The local dimming feature improves contrast and helps make darker scenes more realistic. However, the downside to this feature is that it causes light blooming, which is when light comes from bright objects into a dark space. It works zone-by-zone, but some users may notice an increase in contrast.

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