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Hi:

Can't find much on this via searching this forum, so here goes some questions:

The Samsung Series 6 TV's I'm looking at are all apparently LED-powered, but there is no information about whether they are edge-lit or matrix-lit. Does anyone have hard information?

The 4 models I'm looking at are:

UN46C6800, .... 500, ... 400, ...300

Oddly, the website's specs don't show much in the way of major differences between these 4 models, and Samsung's support line had no information either, and actually suggested that I contact a retailer.

Does anyone have model difference information sources that you can point me at?
 

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Model Differences

I downloaded all the user manuals for the models in question -- and then went through them, tediously, on-screen, side-by-side. An amazing amount of boring work.

In the end, the differences between various models in Series 6 was what I call "gadgety" features, mostly Internet-related. Not worth the price difference. And I did not make any notes about the features.

In the end, I found that the Samsung Blu-Ray player model BD-C6500T has many of those features incorporated, including built-in WiFi. So buying it got me most of the features at very low price difference, plus a nifty Blu-Ray player.

It is dismaying that Samsung can't provide a decent quality feature comparison chart.
 

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Big Retailer Trickery

Hi TheCLAENSER:

Yes, very confusing.

Mostly, the really big retailers do this so that they can avoid price-matching claims by their customers. "Sorry", they say, "That price is on a different model".
 
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