(Actual reviews taken from Amazon.com http://cloud.rvo.me/SmfY)
Samsung UN85S9 85-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV
- 4K Ultra HD with Micro Dimming: Best picture quality
- 120Hz Refresh Rate: Better for general viewing, video games, action movies, and sports
- Smart TV with Voice Control: Interact with streaming content and the web
- LED Design: TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 78.9″ x 64.4″ x 2.8″, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 78.9″ x 64.4″ x 22.9″
My wife and I bought this after selling our daughter Amanda into white slavery. We actually got a refurbished. It’s missing the remote, but oh well– for $10K off, I can afford a universal, right? The picture is amazing. I’ve never seen the world with such clarity.
Amanda, if you’re reading this, hang in there, honey! We’ll see you in a year.
I just wanted to add an addendum to my review. Since posting it, we have received a flood of responses. People have said some pretty hurtful things–even questioning our values. Let me assure you, this was not an easy decision to make, and we made it as a family. Obviously, it’s very personal. But in light of all the second-guessing, I wanted to explain our thinking.
First and foremost, screen size. I really think you can’t go too big. 85″ may seem huge, but you get used to it fast. Second, resolution. Is 4K overkill? Please, that’s what they said about 1080P! More dots = better. Period. And as far as this being a $40,000 “dumb” TV, people need to re-read my initial post: WE BOUGHT IT REFURBISHED. It was only $30,000.
Some of you may think I’m avoiding the “elephant in the room”-the real reason why this was such a heart-wrenching choice. So let’s just get it out there. Yes, the 120 Hz refresh rate is a disappointment, especially on a 4K. But life is full of compromises. And frankly, we hardly notice. All in all, no regrets.
P.S., as for our daughter, NO ONE has the right to question our parenting. Totally out of bounds. Amanda was going into 7th grade, so it was going to be a transitional year anyway. Now she gets to see the world. How many kids her age get to go to Bahrain? I sure as heck didn’t, but you don’t hear me screaming “child abuse.” Bottom line: MYOB! Seriously.
Has it been a year already? Wow! I guess that’s what 8 hours a day of immersive TV will do for you! Many of you have expressed your eagerness for an update. Well, here goes.
Generally, the Samsung has held up beautifully. We have noticed a little bit of lag, mostly in multi-player gaming–but not enough to cost us any firefights. There have been some issues up-imaging low rez content, but that’s to be expected when you early-adopt–we’re still “waiting on the world to change,” as John Mayer would say (gosh he’s talented.) On the plus side, we feel like we are now officially part of the cast of GOT. The other night Peg almost had to open a window to let Daenerys’ dragons fly out!
And you’ll all be happy to know our darling Amanda is back with us, safe and sound. She has changed a little. She’s less talkative than before (though she had some choice words for me when I asked her to clean her room). And she’s started wearing eye make-up, which has Peg a bit concerned. But welcome to thirteen, I guess. We’re just glad to have her home. And she loves the TV. That’s the main thing. In fact, she spends so much time in front of it lately, you’d swear she owns it.
At first I hesitated to make the purchase, but then I saw the two AA batteries were free with the remote, and I was all in! Having this really fills in that empty space we called a bathroom!
We originally got this television when our nephew moved in. It has been a wonderful addition to the house for our nephew.
You see, our nephew was born and bred in West Philadelphia, where he spent most of his days playing basketball and relaxing. That was until a couple of guys who were up to no good started making trouble. It seems he got into one little fight, my sister got scared and told him he was moving in with myself and my husband here in the Bel-Air section of Los Angeles.
It was a tough adjustment period. How someone can find the stinkest cab from LAX IS BEYOND ME right off the plane. But when he got to the house and saw this television hanging in our kitchen by the sliding doors?
He knew he was finally here! He said he felt like a prince.
Everyone loves it. Our son loves dancing to Its Not Unusual on its sound system and personally for myself the detail really helps me see my fave plastic surgery shows (as I have completely changed how I look in less than two years.)
The price is a little low on what we were expecting, but hey: The price is as unbelievable as our lives.
Thank you, Samsung!
When comparing TVs here, I saw Amazon also sells an 84″ Toshiba model for just $13K. But I got this one instead, and haven’t regretted the purchase, because as a rather insecure male, it’s well worth the extra $27K to have that extra inch.
It fits perfectly into the arms of the T-Rex fossil I just brought home from China. It’s like YOU KNEW, Samsung. Thank you.
It makes those abused animal commercials with the sarah mclachlan music playing so much sadder when the one-eyed pug is 4 feet tall.
With the $5000 discount provided by Amazon, I couldn’t help but buy 10 of these bad boys. I had my servants mount them to the ceiling of my G4 jet and wired GoPro cameras to the roof. Now it’s like I’m flying in a convertible G4. Get on my level. BALLING OUT OF CONTROL!
Great TV but I must warn you. YOU WILL spoil the help if you allow them to gaze upon it’s wonder. Also, the eyes of the poor emit microscopic particles that will deteriorate image quality over time.
Walmart had this for $11 on Black Friday. Totally worth camping out next to the guy wearing cutoff jean shorts.
There’s a lot of carping here about the price. $40,000 is indeed a fair whack of change for a television but on the other hand I spent almost twice that on my Thai mail order bride. My bride didn’t come with an on/off switch and nor does she hold up at viewing distances of under 5 feet so I ask which one was the bargain? The sex is better with the Samsung too.
We got this beauty to replace the bridge’s main viewscreen after the last time Sulu traded paint with the Excelsior. And thanks to Spock’s idea to gaffer tape the remote to my left-hand armrest on the Captain’s chair I can now “mute” Khan whenever he starts ranting about Antares Maelstroms and perdition’s flames and what not…..
When I watched Chuck Norris on this TV it cured me of Cancer. It also got my pit bull pregnant (which I thought was a coincidence until all the puppies were born with mullets).
Great unit… the only problem is that it puts out so many lumens of HD TV power that it vaporized my cat. All I have left to remember Mister Tiggums is a Hiroshima-like flash-shadow on the far wall of my apartment. Judging by the shadow, he was licking himself when he was nuked by 85 inches of Samsung awesomeness. All I can say is that he went out a happy cat!
I needed an additional television for my breezeway walking from the side courtyard to the master quarters. Ever since Carlton renovated the Elephant exhibit, I only have the noise of the waterfall and the Harp player outside. Regardless, I love how easily it was for the commoners to attach the television to work with the people mover we have around the complex. I had to order 3 more, 1 for the master bath, 1 for the tennis court and I felt the 70 inch 3d television the commoners had in their basement dwellings needed an upgrade.
I do say, I wish it was available in solid gold or platinum. That way I could easily distinguish what quadrant of the complex I’m in.
I would have given it more then one star, but as i was watching discovery channel they showed a shot of a beach. The beach looked so real i got off my couch and jumped through the screen thinking it was an actual ocean… and apparently that isn’t under warranty.
Don’t forget to use your Discover 5% cash back for online purchases until end of December. That’s another 2000 off this amazing price.
Our main forward display went out on the ship so we purchased one of these units. The picture is great and Spock says it was a logical decision because of the size of the bridge. You don’t have to live long but you do have to prosper to get one.
Although the roof of my mansion was paved with the tears of virgins and I had recently installed a lion pit beneath my front doormat, I began to feel that something was missing in my life until I purchased this glorious television set. Now, I can reduce my mute butler’s salary since I can give the television commands orally and no longer require him to operate the remote control. Best purchase of my life!
I installed this TV in my basement bedroom. I watch a lot of 80s porn, so I was excited to see the Samsung come in an 85″ size. Unfortunately, the review failed to disclose that it was not compatible with my Mitsubishi HS-U795 S-VHS SVHS Super VHS VCR as it does not accept the S-video cable. So, I coverted all of my VHS tapes to DVD through my computer. Consider it is was copy of a copy, the picture was amazing. It was like being in the action. Not only could you count hairs, but you could see the bad complexion of the actresses and ass zits that you missed in the VHS format. My mom caught me enjoying Ginger Lynn teaching Amber Lynn the ropes when she came down to bring me a Thanksgiving leftover sandwich.
For gaming, this can’t be beat. I connected an Atari Flashback 3 console to it. The football and soccer games are amazing. You can really appreciate the programmer’s work and realistic gaming action.
Use your Amazon credit card to get 9 months same as cash and order extra AA batteries to get free shipping.
I purchased this with my inheritance I received from my uncle Pablo Escobar’s tragic death. He was killed in a horrible roofing accident. When it finally arrived via freight ship I picked it up at the nearby pier. It took 6 full grown men and 3 midgets to lug it up 3 flights of stairs to our 2 bedroom apartment (I have a roommate). After attempting to mount it in my room (10′x10′) I realized it might be just a tad small. Guess I will keep a look out for something else.
Note to whoever wishes to return this item. The return policy stipulates buyer pays for shipping. I have therefore decided to just keep the TV. My grandmother is having a yard sale next weekend. Will try to unload it to a potential buyer then.
I have been looking for a new TV for about a year now. This was right up my alley. Once I had closed the deal with my contact in Columbia, and my Kidney was removed safely and cleanly; The purchase was made. This TV looks great next to my 55 Gallon drum of Funyuns I bought at Costco with the remaining cash!!
I am on my third one of these this year. The colors are so amazing and the 3D is just so life like that it makes you feel part of whatever you are watching.
My last one was damaged last Saturday during the Alabama vs Auburn football game. I was sitting there watching the game in 3D and during the last play of the game when Auburn was returning the missed field goal the 3D made it look like I was on the field. The next thing I knew I was trying to tackle the runner since Alabama couldn’t do it.
Needless to say I slammed into the tv, knocked it over and sparks flew everywhere. After a few seconds I realized I was in my living room and not on the field, but WOW! That is some 3D.
I hope football season ends soon as I don’t think I can afford many more of these.
I bought this TV as an attempt to brighten up the main foyer of my 14th century Castle. I had found when I came home from pillaging the nearby villages that everything just looked so gray and lonely. But with the addition of this TV, a couch from IKEA and some throw pillows, I am ready to have guests over to watch episodes of Breaking Bad anytime.
The only difficulty I had was trying to pay amazon in gold. Apparently, you need a “credit card” to pay for this FYI.
Honestly, the hardest part about purchasing this television was deciding on a name. Many days went by when the name came to me in a dream. She would now have the moniker, Sharkeesha. I actually purchased this TV on accident thinking it was the new Galaxy Note from Samsung. After the FedEx team airdropped this TV to me with their CH-53E Super Stallion (I didn’t know FedEx still carried these in their fleet) it’s been non-stop fun! One of the cool things (unadvertised) is that you can actually claim this TV as a dependent! My 2013 tax return will have good ole Sharkeesha on it with me! If you are hesitant on buying this TV, then stop. Don’t think about it, just buy it. With this TV weighing in at a mere 189 lbs; it’s so easy to get done watching UFC and get into a good guard position and grapple with this TV. Also, if anyone out there owns a ’87 Winnebago, this bad boy fits perfectly in it. I can say from personal experience, that road trips are never the same anymore with this TV!
On a side note to parents, this TV makes for an excellent babysitter! Having this 85 incher in the house is like having a 7ft NBA center watch your kids! Stop reading this and go buy one now!
I saw on Fox News today that Obama is promising that everyone who signs up for Obamacare will get a free one of these big boys mailed to them by Amazon’s new delivery drone. So, to all you suckers who bought one, haha! All I had to do was sign up for free healthcare. And I got to keep my house, my car, and my daughter…
I only gave it three stars cause, really? Only 120Hz?
At first I was unsure about owning a TV that cost twice as much as my car, but free shipping convinced me to pull the trigger. The price is not that bad when you consider the $85K I spent building an addition to my house large enough to display my TV and facilitate the necessary 20 yard set back for my sofa. In fact, I’ll be first in line when the 90 – inch comes out!
I tried to watch this in the first class cabin during a flight to London. I still had to turn it off during take off and landing. For $40K I expect an FAA waiver. Totally returning it and buying a plane instead.
So I sold my house, my car, and the rest of my possessions to buy several of these bad boys. I was able to use the packaging and cardboard boxes to construct a new house on the street in front of where I used to live, and I must admit the picture on this TV is fantastic. I’ve lost my kids to starvation (that’s ok, because there really wasn’t room for them anyway) and the wife is on the verge of starving because she refuses to eat the possum and raccoons I’ve been peeling off the road and cooking over a campfire, but it has been well worth it to watch my favorite NFL games in 120Hz HD in 3D. If my wife complains about the cramped space in our new cardboard home, I simply load a picture of John Travolta’s living room onto the set, and she thinks we’re in a mansion, so everything is all good.
I put three of these sets in my cardboard box house, two on walls so I can watch TV on either wall based on where the traffic is coming from on the road, and one on the ceiling so that I can watch my nighttime programming while drifting off to sleep on my styrofoam mattress (courtesy of Samsung – thanks for the 4″ thick styrofoam, I wouldn’t have had a bed without it!). The fourth UN85S9 set is outside so that I can watch TV while showering in the ditch. I managed to tap the power and cable lines so that I could hardwire my multiple sets directly into the grid. This is a highly recommended setup for full enjoyment of 3D HD programming.
Pay CLOSE attention to the energy you’ll save on this LED TV. The Energy Saver certification sticker on the TV set says it all. This is important especially because I’ve hijacked my power from National Grid, but believe me with the yearly energy cost to power these TV’s they’ll surely never notice. My neighbors will easily be able to foot the bill and just a few dollars per month tacked onto their current electric bills. Their bills would be doubling had I gone with a lower quality, less “efficient” LED set. The power company will marvel at the efficiency of these TV sets and demand that all of their customers purchase these sets from Samsung.
Thanks, Samsung, for making my life complete. Don’t waste your hard-earned dough on food, shelter, or transportation when you can sink it into these incredible TV’s. If Samsung releases an 86″ model you better believe I’ll be in line for it 24 hours before it hits the market. Just think, if you order EIGHT of these TV’s, you’re really getting the 8th set free with the $5k you are saving on each purchase! How could you go wrong with that??!!?! The free shipping was just icing on the cake. I will of course be renewing my Amazon Prime membership!!
I’m so lucky that Wal-Mart is allowing Lay-Away for this AMAZING television! After reconsidering my priorities, I’ve found that the monthly payments aren’t as bad as you might think; afterall, who needs Internet, electric, a car, gas, a computer, clothes, a house, or food anyway? Working 100+ hours a week is great for my health too, I can really feel the burn (like All. The. Time.)! I feel as though I can really appreciate life better by just sleeping one hour a night, and it’s going to make the next 20 years go by in a flash (seriously, whole weeks are nothing but blurs to me now, it’s fantastic!) I’m eagerly counting down the years until I can finally sit down on my packing crate, plug my new TV into the outlet behind Best Buy and gaze in awe at its beautiful Hi-Res display! Happy 50th Birthday to me! Can’t wait!
After I got the $20 million from a Nigerian prince in exchange for assisting him in money transfers (so glad I opened that email), I was looking for a good TV and found this. This TV is so good I can’t believe it doesn’t cost a lot more. Anyways, I bought a dozen and gave away some so that even poor people who don’t have millions can experience this amazing, amazing TV.
First let me just say, this thing is S.MA.R.T. A lot of people touch pretty well on this tv’s other benefits. Like many of you, I’m trying to be easy on the pocketbook. Sometimes that means making an investment that will pay off over time. This bad boy right here saved me almost $55 on power this year. Whether you’re trying to go green or don’t mind making an investment that will more than pay for itself (given a little time) this TV is for you.
This TV was definitely worth the investment. I decided to use my student loans to pay for this magnificent piece of technology. You might be thinking that I am throwing away my education. But thanks to modern technology (youtube) I can learn everything I need to know by watching lectures in the comfort of my own home. In fact, I plan on plugging this magnificent TV to my computer so I can stream high quality lectures that will bring such crystal clear HD picture quality. For those who believe they can’t afford it, simply fill out a FAFSA and you will qualify for subsidized or unsubsidized loans to purchase this beauty for the advancement of education. My TV is still in the box because the aroma that it brings to my house electrifies me to the extent that opening it would probably cause my head to explode like when the Nazis opened the Ark in the Indiana Jones film. For now, I will keep the box closed until my body can adapt to some of its stronger stuff.
Despite the outrageous claims of other reviewers this TV doesn’t live up to many of them. When you pay 40k for a TV you have certain expectations. Those expectations have not been fulfilled. Here the issues I have with this TV.
- The “free” batteries are built into the price. YES this TV really costs 39,998. They add a dollar for the batteries!!!
- This TV did not bring my dead dog back to life…it reanimated it! There is a big difference between a living dog and an undead dog. Sure you don’t have to feed the undead dog but it’s rotting and it’s leaving it’s body parts all over the place.
- My neighbors don’t care!! Why else would I buy a 40k TV except to make the neighbors jealous! They are not jealous they just think I’m a moron.
- It’s so clear I keep walking into it! I feel like a bird crashing into a window. You’d think I could see the ends of the TV but I’m near sighted and this thing is huge.
- I can’t reach the top so I have to hire a skyscraper window washing company to come clean this thing.
- Forty five homeless people took up residence in the box before trash day! It’s like a McMansion for the homeless!
Overall I’m disappointed. Next time I’m going to think twice before I sell a kidney for TV.
I had a Samsung UN85S9 85-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV installed on the bottom of one of my Olympic sized pools so that my darling poodle (Elizabeth) could watch her favorite daytime soaps while getting her exercise / before her massage. The damn TV electrocuted her! BAM. Cooked. Dead. Holy crap. Don’t buy this product. However, I still give it 5 stars for being so big.
I bought this because I couldn’t afford a house and the box is big enough to live in. Since it comes with free batteries for the remote, I now have a box house and a remote. I sure hope Starbucks doesn’t mind my bogarting off their electricity. Now if only there was a $50,000 solid gold couch to go with this.
TV great is buy, first cybernetic living tv on the market worth every penny. I will advise I have no idea what the launch skynet button the TV keeps telling me to push its not in the manual….
It only took my wife a month full of Sunday’s standing on a street corner to afford this bad boy–but, was it ever worth the effort. I used the voice controls and I asked it: “TV, TV on the wall, who’s the baddest Mother@#$%^% of them all?” And it replied: “I am.”
We do not watch this TV, it watches us. When we plug it into the wall, the City Power Grid goes Nuclear. If you pass away and bury yourself with this TV, you will promptly be escorted to Heaven where a cold beer and pretzels will be waiting for you.
It was a toss up between this TV and purchasing my own movie theater. After careful consideration I decided to pull the trigger on this bad boy. The sound is ok, I would recommend purchasing an upgrade sound system. Samsung sells one that goes good with this TV that sells for only $25,000.
Saw this tv at a Walmart black friday sale for $299. had to taser a Korea War vet to get it. I have no regrets. Porn is messing with my head but it worth it because Atari 2600 has never looked better.
So my other 85-inch 4K Ultra HDTV was ruined when I graciously allowed the plebeians in my area to gaze upon its HD wonder. Then I found the Samsung 85-inch Ultra HD TV for a measly $39,997.99. I bought it immediately since my vast estate is in dire need of an entertainment center as my private zoo and my private island have bored me to tears recently. Getting this TV with the pocket change under my couch was the best investment I’ve made since the time I recently invested in the creation of the Amazon delivery drone. Get this TV, but do not let the poor near it. It’s too good for them and they will destroy it with their poor eyes.
The optional waterproofing sealed the deal and just in the nick of time. I was just completing the installation of a 496′ x 1263′ in-ground pool and I was able to mortar 12 of these TVs into the pools bottom. I now enjoy every third Saturday by putting on my scuba gear and watching Jacque Cousteau re-runs. I especially like the episode when Jacque bungee jumps off a bridge with an Atlantic Cod clinched in his teeth to feed the Orcas below. On a side note, I have 12 TV stands I am not using, so they are available for sale. They might make good easels for a budding artist and you could beat out area rugs on them.
I bought this for the east annex of my house, where my dog resides to replace his 45″ inch television. Wow. Now I can play the Puppy Superbowl for him on repeat all day long and he is well socialized, with the puppies life size. Saves me a tremendous amount of time as he no longer requires trips to the dog park.
Thank you, Samsung!
My forgetful parents only got me 37 birthday presents this year. After kindly reminding them that last year I got 38 they picked two of these bad boys up on the way home from my party at the zoo…they could be bigger but whatevs.
Amazing 3D on this puppy. I was watching Bill Maher and actually able to punch his grill in, Worth every penny.
The heat off the TV screen is well enough for those cold nights outside. Since I had to sell my home to purchase this amazing tv deal. Hats off to Samsung!
It’s not something I’m usually into wink wink… But, when the picture quality is this clear and you can nearly see a man beating heart from is anal cavity why not? Sound quality could be a little better the tvs speakers don’t really pick up the deep meaty grunts when one man is thrusting deep into another you’d expect from a tv costing 40k. If viewing depraved porn acts is something you’re looking for this my friend is the tv for you
I don’t usually take the time to write a review because I am busy paying 22% interest on the loan I took out to buy this TV. It barely fit on my horse to take it home and we had to unsew the tent to get it in the door. If you ever want to unsew something you should call my wife. She doesn’t have many teeth anymore but she still can get stuff unsewed iffin ya know what I mean. Anyway, this TV is nice. I bought it for my 1 year old can learn from teacher Elmo. The TV also is great for my wife to lose weight. All she has to do is watch the biggest catch and she pukes from watching the motion in the ocean. Better than disease are these big tvs.
The TV does what TVs do it just does it in a way that makes my banker think I am pretty cool.
The new coffee table arrived promptly but was missing the legs. I’ve temporarily set it on top of some old DVD players. What’s the purpose of the power cable?
The new coffee table arrived promptly but was missing the legs. I’ve temporarily set it on top of some old DVD players. What’s the purpose of the power cable?
After all the positive reviews I bought two of these to see if the inbuilt browser will help me and my wife register for the insurance plan with the deadline approaching in 2014. I am sorry to say that this did not help so please stay away from this TV. I will be returning this and with the money will buy some monster truck toys to overcome the frustration.
We use ours to surveil the moat…the Old Man likes to shoot peasants by remote control now that he is wheelchair bound and he wants to have a good view on the carnage. The color and clarity is awesome! Highly recommended for the Town and Country set.
City council voted to purchase in lieu of new books for city library. Disappointed to learn that came with only 4 3D glasses (7 people on the council). Contemplating return but can’t get quorum for vote since four are glued to tv watching C-Span. It’s like being there.
I put this puppy up in my living room window and basically turned my front lawn into a walk-in movie. I have the boys outside seating people and collecting money and the girls are serving popcorn and sodas!
During the day I have cartoons and kiddie shows playing, mid afternoon I have the soaps on, during the evenings its either prime-time TV or a movie. Late nights have the “grown folks action going on!”
At this rate I should have it paid off in about 10yrs! Well worth the investment
I’m really into vintage gaming and I wanted a TV that could make my vintage gaming systems look their best. When I saw this TV on sale for $39,000 I just couldn’t pass it up since it was an amazing deal and with Amazon Prime I received 2 day shipping for free which was a big deal!
When the TV arrived and struggling to get the box into my 1 bedroom apartment I cut box open and was shocked to find that not only did it come with a cool remote control but it also had free batteries for the remote which blew my mind! The TV is pretty easy to setup and looks a little like a meeting white board. And if you use dry erase markers and pause the TV on a white background it works as a white board also (BONUS FEATURE!). Just make sure you use dry erase and not sharpies because they are a pain to clean up.
Once I powered on the TV and the lights stopped flickering the picture was stunning. It was a solid blue background and I couldn’t see any pixels! I decided it was time to give the ATARI 2600 a try so I disconnected it from my 1983 Zenieth in my bedroom and took it to the living room. All I had to do was wire up a RF to COAX adapter to the end of my Atari 2600 RF block and then plug that into a RF to Composite converter box and then conncet that to a Composite to HDMI upscailer. These parts can all be found at your local radio shack for a few hundred dollars. Once I daisy chained these together and plugged in the countless power bricks it was game on!
I blew off my Pole Position cartridge and popped it in and flipped the 1980′s toggle switch and BOOM! My living room came to life with the sound of an angry texas insturment caculator. The blocks on the screen were as large as my fist and it was so bright I had to squint a little. Forza 5 and GTA6 don’t have anything on Pole Position when your playing on a screen this large. I genuinely felt like I was driving a real formula one car straight out of Minecraft.
The only gripe I have about the screen is that it didn’t have RF inputs. This would have saved me a few hundred dollars if I could have simply put my 2 prongs over the screws and tightened them down. Also I was a little disappointed that my light zapper on my NES didn’t work when I hooked it up. The ducks were the size of eagles and I still couldn’t shoot them down (WTF?). For that reason I’m only going to give it 4 stars since I expect Samsung to solve problems like this since their ancestors created the NES and Duck Hunt!
But overall I’m very satisifed with my purchase and the TV actually doubles as a space heater and keeps my house a comfortable 83f in the winter time with my electric baseboard heating turned off. Also the speakers in this TV are amazing for the Atari 2600, it’s like they were designed for playing back treble filled tones all day long! I hope you find my review helpful Amazon.
Jerry (aka. Barnacules)
I did what any criminal mastermind would do, i decided to take my gang of german henchmen and hold Nakatomi Plaza hostage to steal their bonds in the basement vault. Unfortunately for me and my henchmen supercop John McClane’s wife worked there and he just happened to be surprising her at the company christmas party. Even though he was barefoot he still managed to kill everyone of my men and throw me off the building. I hope my brother can rob the federal reserve to get one as long as sam jackson does not show up as well
Purchased this fine piece of electronic elegance for my dojo last week, and my clients have never been more pleased. No longer must rails be administered off of long mirrors purchased at Home Depot… Instead, not only does this TV’s massive display allow for multiple users to snort simultaneously, but the reflective surface is absolutely perfect for tracking those runaway specks of snow that are usually so difficult to collect LOL!
Not to mention, Hanson, my tiger, is absolutely in AWE of the realistic images brought to life by the National Geographic blu-rays I can play on this television. He thinks he’s back home in Bangkok!
All in all, I can’t recommend this item enough — purchase it today and you won’t be disappointed.
Also, if anyone needs some coke, I’m your guy.
After I successfully placed a hotel on Boardwalk AND Park place, I felt I deserved a little treat so I got in my metal roadster and decided to cozy up to enjoy my new TV. Who cares if the energy this thing uses causes my electric bill to skyrocket? I just hop aboard the short line, pass Go and boom, another two hundred dollars pops into my account. Now all the poor people on Baltic avenue can see who the rich live, if they weren’t all in jail manufacturing thimbles and irons. I only wished it came with a matching cane and top hat, and for that, I take away a star.
Texas uses these as a way to inform motorists of traffic conditions. They have them posted every 10 miles apart along the entire 879 miles run. They have very high definition and can be seen at least a mile away. I had to take points off because drivers were too busy looking at the devices instead of road conditions. It’s a good thing Texas doesn’t have a state tax, or I’d be pissed.