Written on: 08/06/2009 by milopez036 (1 review written)
This Samsung HLN437W television cost us quite a bit of money. I've heard other techs state that they have the same problem with this television from other customers. The first time the bulb and color wheel went out was within 3 months of purchase and the store where we purchased it paid a repairman to fix it. It took about two weeks to fix. It had barely been a year when it went out again, I ended up having to pay $750.00 to get it fixed.
Just this week 5/7/09, it is going out again. This… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2008
Problems since the day I bought my Samsung HLN437W. After 6 months tubes where burned and now it was been 3 years and the tv is totally broken tubes cracked and some liquid leaked from the tv and may have caused damages to my hard wood floor… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2004 by toocrazy2yoo (1 review written)
The Samsung HLN437W Rear Projection Television produces a nice picture, compact box and all, but not being able to plug any audio into an amplifier is a real drag.
If any reviewers happen to be installers have any ideas about this, do write a review telling me where I'm going wrong. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
This shortcoming is a real reason to look elsewhere. My impression is that the chassis in this box is used in several different sets, and an non-enabled "audio out" to an… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2004 by hvdcman (1 review written)
Purchased a Samsung HLN437W and it was delivered 1 week later. Worked great for the first 9 days. Then it started not giving a picture when turned on and sometimes no sound. If numerous attempts made to get it to come it might. Service technician out to look at it and wasn't sure what the problem was. Returning to the store tomorrow. Do not think that 9 out of 18 days working is worth the $2700 spent… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2003 by Doctor. (1 review written)
The Samsung HLN437W is a terrific option to have a big screen HDTV without being too heavy (only about 67 lbs) or too deep (less than 16 inches deep) to fit into an armoire. The price ($3499 retail) is excellent for its size (43 inch).
I am very pleased with the picture quality and the features of the TV. The picture quality in a brightly lit room with non-HDTV signals may not be as good as your cheap old-fashioned tube TV, but it is certainly adequate. Furthermore, the quality is… Read Full Review
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