Samsung 6-Series

Last updated: December 7, 2018

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Product Details

In our analysis of 49 expert reviews, the Samsung 6-Series placed 0th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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UN50MU6300 50-Inch

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Voice commands from the remote's microphone also allow many tasks to be done directly, such as changing settings and searching for content, without having to navigate the TV's interface.
Excellent HD image detail. Excellent color accuracy. Very good deep black levels. Very good 4K (UHD) performance.
The Samsung 55-inch MU6300 is an affordable 4K set that will entice shoppers as much with its high-quality display as with its affordable price.
As part of Samsung's "6 Series," the MU6300 is one of the company's most affordable 4K/HDR TVs this year—it's about as entry-level as you'll get from Samsung, anyway.

What reviewers didn't like

The gray uniformity is not that great and dirty screen effect is visible, especially when watching sports like hockey. The viewing angle is bad on the MU6300, so it will be better suited for rooms with a narrow seating since the picture quality is best when viewed from directly in front.
The MU6300 displays a pretty poor 87.5-millisecond input lag under most viewing conditions. Enabling Game mode skews the picture quality a bit but cuts that number down to a much more manageable 33.5ms.
HDR effectiveness falls short. Limited viewing angle.
More of an issue to me are the viewing angles, which begin to shift even when sitting dead center. At the outside edges and corners of the display, purples begin to shift into pink and other colors similarly shift.
Watching HDR content doesn't improve anything. The same measurements in HDR mode yielded 0.217 and 236.70 nits, respectively. This black level is too bright for most rooms, and the brightness isn't nearly high enough for convincing, high-quality HDR content.
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