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Brand: Samsung HP-S5053
Part Number: HDMI-HDMI-3FT-1553
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User reviews and opinions
|nicolasecarnot||7:32am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|lousy customer service fair picture broke down less than two years after purchase I have to disagree with the "expert" reviews ... Very Nice price, come on... 50" plasma picture at this price! sharp picture.|
|jbkowalski||5:54am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|Beautiful Image, brightness and colors are amazing, you can easily walk in any electronic store and notice samsung over the other brands. Luckily this all happened under warranty. You have to expect this with plasma since it is a new technology. Never buy plasma w/out extended warranty.. See Other Thoughts. Built-in speakers start to vibrate after going above volume 50, but why would you even go to 50? To watch silent movies?|
|msilvers||3:11am on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|For a plasma flatscreen TV, this is a great product. You may find better picture quality from the new generation of LCDs out there, but for the price,... I bought this TV in August 2006 and come January it has already broken down.|
|jlucande||1:39pm on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010|
|After reviewing almost every 42 inch plasma in the under $ 2000.00 range, the Samsung was the best overall choice. 1. warranty: Only Samsung and LG give 2 years warranry. There must be a reason; good quality 2. There are few big names in plasma; Samsung, Panasonic,... The picture quality is utterly amazing. Simple installation and setup. Very elegant design.|
|husky55||7:48pm on Saturday, July 10th, 2010|
|Good thing I purchased an extended warranty. ... Great picture color Sparkles and ghosting. Wish it had the swivel stand.|
|th0mas||11:56am on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
|Excellent plus MP3 and JPG The TV was delivered, un-boxed and checked out by the delivery person. Works great and as I bonus.|
|tlmcca||3:01am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|TV is five months old, we work 9-5 jobs and watch it at night only and sports on weekends.|
|rodolforg||4:12pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|Great picture w HDMI or component, many, many picture and sound options, sleek look, very well priced for a name brand, 1080p.|
|mandarmitra||7:35am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010|
|Exceptional picture and fast action video. Great price. Would like a 3rd HDMI input. This is the best TV I have ever had. Not made anymore. See 5054 model.|
|rmont2||6:26pm on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|At the high cost of this item I expected it t... Picture, sound very good. Easy to set up and add components HUge energny consumption. No longevity.|
|jmpurser||6:03am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|Excellent quality HD picture, but no HD cable Excellent quality TV. OTA (Over The Air) HD picture looks great. Great until . . . the blue "dots" appear.|
|hone||4:48am on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|SAMSUNG TVS DONT LAST TV DIDNT LAST 2 YEARS .GREAT PICTURE FOR 23 MONTHS. IT COSTS AS MUCH TO FIX AS IT DOES TO BUY ANOTHER.|
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50" High Definition Plasma TV
New Samsung Gen-5 panel - 10,000:1 contrast ratio - 1,300 cd/m2 brightness 60,000 hour panel life* (27 years @ 6 hours/day) 1366(H) x 768(V) pixel resolution 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio Built-in HDTV tuner (NTSC/ATSC) 13-bit processing (549 billion colors) Split screen & picture in picture Samsung DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine) 175(H/V) viewing angle 3D Y/C digital comb filter Auto pixel shift (burn in resistance) TrueWide design with hidden speaker FilterBright anti-glare filter Power save feature
No matter how you look at it, Samsungs TrueWide HP-S5053 50" Plasma HDTV makes any room look better. Even in a l i g h t filled room, the picture s 10,000:1 contrast ratio remains remarkably high and glare - f re e , thanks to FilterBright technology. Unparalleled 13-bit processing translates into 549 billion colors that capture every nuance, even in freeze-frame. Samsungs high-quality smoothing technology delivers a m o re pleasurable viewing experienceeven at a 175 angle. Two HDMI connections and additional video inputs allow full digital A/V playback; hidden speakers incorporate SRS TruSurround XT technology to maximize the audio eff e c t.
10-watt per channel built-in audio amplifier Built-in 1-way, 2-speaker system SRS TruSurround XT
Rear A/V connections
2 HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface 2 component video inputs (Y,Pb,Pr) S-Video and composite video input PC (RGB) input
Side A/V connections
S-Video and composite video input Headphone jack
All features, specifications, and model numbers subject to change. All on screen images are simulated pictures. * Claim represents phosphor half life viewing time under normal conditions after which picture brightness is 50% less than new.
10,000:1 contrast ratio/1300 cd/m2 brightness. Two of the most important
factors in overall picture quality, contrast and brightness, achieve new heights in these latest generation plasma panels. Together with the DNIe proprietary circuitry, Samsungs new plasma TVs give the most stunning realistic picture quality ever from a flat panel set.
3D Y/C digital comb filter constantly analyzes the three dimensions of picture height, picture width, and picture changes over-time, to dramatically reduce edge image artifacts while improving transition detail. Burn-in resistant panel with
Auto pixel shift (user programmable) Signal pattern processing function White screen processing function TrueWide design with hidden speaker
Ne t d i m en s i o n s a n d w e i g h t (WxHxD)
Monitor with speakers:
48.3" x 31.6" x 3.8"
Monitor with speakers and stand:
48.3" x 33.3" x 13.4"
Monitor weight: 108 lbs.
1366 horizontal x 768 vertical pixel resolution presents video and text with
outstanding clarity and resolution. 60,000 hour panel life. Samsungs new 5th generation panels are made to last longer, so you can be confident that the high picture quality will endure. 16:9 Widescreen aspect ratio: Fill your screen with DVD and HDTV images which are increasingly available and presented in wide screen formats. On board aspect ratio controls allow for handling analog 4:3 sources in standard, wide screen, panorama, and zoom modes.
FilterBright anti-glare filter Power save feature 10-watt per channel built-in audio amplifier. Powerful built-in amplifier to
drive the integrated stereo speakers.
Sh i p p in g d im e n s i o ns (WxHxD)
53.3" x 39.3" x 18.1"
Shipping weight: 126.5 lbs.
Built-in 1-way, 2-speaker system SRS TruSurround XT. TruSurround is
a patented SRS technology that solves the problem of playing 5.1 multichannel content over two speakers. TruSurround delivers a compelling, virtual surround sound experience through the two-speaker internal playback system.
O rd er c o d e
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. SRS TruSurround XT is a registered trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. DNIe is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. FilterBright is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 2006 NFL Properties LLC. All NFL-related trademarks are trademarks of the National Football League. 2006 Samsung Electronics America, Inc. All rights reserved. Samsung is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All product and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. 406-SS Printed in USA
Built-in HDTV tuner (ATSC/NTSC) 13-bit processing (549 billion colors)
When it comes to reproducing natural images, Samsung TVs are unrivaled. Thanks to the new 13-bit processing capability of DNIe, Samsung TVs can produce over 549 billion colors. Compare that to most competitors 10-bit processing systems that produce just one billion colors. From the faint sunlight of dawn to the extreme spotlights of a fashion show, Samsung Plasma TVs provide vivid, life-like images that rival reality.
1-year parts and labor warranty.
Samsungs warranty is longer than most competitors for a reason. The product is built to last and provide years of troublefree top quality enjoyment.
2 HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface 2 component video inputs (Y,Pb,Pr) S-Video and composite video input PC (RGB) input
Split screen & picture-in-picture
enables convenient simultaneous viewing of TV and video or PC sources.
DNIe The Samsung Digital Natural Image engine. This exclusive Samsung
technology dramatically improves the picture by enhancing the contrast, detail, white balance and reduces noise.
S-Video and composite video input Headphone jack
The Top 10 Consumer Electronics Manufacturers
Global industry outlook and key player strategies, performance and SWOT analysis By Business Insights
Disclaimer Copyright 2010 Business Insights Ltd This Management Report is published by Business Insights Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction or redistribution of this Management Report in any form for any purpose is expressly prohibited without the prior consent of Business Insights Ltd. The views expressed in this Management Report are those of the publisher, not of Business Insights. Business Insights Ltd accepts no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information, advice or comment contained in this Management Report nor for any actions taken in reliance thereon. While information, advice or comment is believed to be correct at the time of publication, no responsibility can be accepted by Business Insights Ltd for its completeness or accuracy.
Table of Contents
The consumer electronics industry outlook Samsung Hewlett-Packard (HP) Sony LG Toshiba Nokia Panasonic Apple Microsoft Dell The top 11-20 companies
Chapter 1 Introduction
What is this report about? Who is this report for? Methodology
Chapter 2 The consumer electronics industry outlook
Summary Introduction Market dynamics
Global consumer electronics market size by value Geographic segmentation of the industry
Global TV market
Global TV market shares Global TV shipments by technology Global digital TV market by platform Global LCD TV shipments Global sales of Internet enabled TV sets
Global 3D TV shipments
Global computing market
Global computing market size Global netbook market size
Global mobile phone market
Global mobile handset revenues Global mobile phone shipments Wi-Fi phone shipments Smartphone shipments by region Global mobile cloud computing subscribers
Other consumer electronics goods
Global digital (online and mobile) music market Global video gaming market size Global console shipments
Market drivers and resistors
Cost competitiveness is crucial for survival
Declining margins compelling companies to shift to services and software Blurring boundaries result in new rivalries, reduce costs and prices, benefiting consumers Shift to other industries is being facilitated by small M&A deals Cost reduction strategy drives lean manufacturing and outsourcing of production
Technological innovations drive growth
Convergence between hardware, applications and services becoming crucial for competitiveness Cloud computing and virtualization emerging as the new growth engines
Emerging markets offer substantial business opportunity
Emerging markets are the new growth engines against the backdrop of the global recession
Control over critical inputs is becoming critical for market leadership
The top 20 consumer electronics manufacturers
Key trends shaping the consumer electronics market
Smart devices are reshaping the industry demand curve Consumer demand for mobility spurs the growth of wireless devices Emerging technologies are future business drivers Rise of other Asian rivals signals the end of Japanese supremacy 4
Growing government requirements drives green business Intense competition compelling companies to pursue low price strategy Strategic alliances aimed at overcoming intense competition
Chapter 3 Samsung
Summary Company overview Recent financial performance
Performance by business segment
Pursuing aggressive investment strategy to sustain market dominance Emergence as a major supplier of critical components to institutional buyers Price-cutting strategy to increase market share Digital sashimi strategy creates competitive advantage Diverting focus from hardware to content and software Emerging markets offer huge business potential
Chapter 4 Hewlett-Packard (HP)
Emerging as a full-fledged technology company by pursuing inorganic growth Leveraging on cloud computing to drive profits Revamping printing business to offset losses Emerging markets offer huge business opportunity Optimizing supply chains to reduce costs
Chapter 5 Sony
Company overview Recent financial performance
Revamping organizational structure to improve profitability and competitiveness Focusing on core hardware businesses to regain leadership Cost reduction strategy to improve margins Tapping the business potential of emerging markets Attempts to reduce reliance on Samsung for components Leveraging on core competency in content
Chapter 6 LG
Blue ocean management strategy targets emerging markets to increase revenues Addressing the key issue of content competence Outsourcing production to reduce costs Local responsiveness strategy
Chapter 7 Toshiba
Divestiture of unprofitable handset business to Fujitsu Targeting emerging markets to boost revenues Shifting away from the underperforming consumer electronics segment 6
Shifting from highly leveraged consumer electronics to new growth areas
Chapter 8 Nokia
Countering rivals strength in content by developing a mobile eco system Aggressively fighting the competition by launching new smartphone models Strong presence in China and India helps sustain global handset leadership M&A deals and strategic alliances strengthen core handset business
Chapter 9 Panasonic
Reorganization aims at shifting from low-margin electronics to high growth areas Low-price strategy targets emerging markets Emerging technologies target developed markets
Chapter 10 Apple
Reshaping the industry demand curve with disruptive innovations Closed applications eco system enhances user experience, reinforcing loyalty 7
Migrating to cloud computing platform to overcome rivals Planned obsolescence of product cycles to sustain profits Increased M&A activity Targeting niche segments such as small businesses and schools
Chapter 11 Microsoft
Converting the disruptive threat of cloud computing into an opportunity Overcoming common rivals through strategic alliances Focused R&D efforts in key growth areas Playing catch-up in the smartphone market Video games and consoles drive growth Positive growth despite setbacks
Chapter 12 Dell
Diversifying into services to offset losses in hardware through M&A deals Focusing on small and medium businesses to grow revenues Revamping distribution strategy to overcome declining computer sales Boosting declining computer sales through strategic initiatives Legal challenges Expanding into emerging technologies such as cloud computing and virtualization 8
Emerging markets fuel growth Cost reduction aims at outsourcing production from high cost to low cost facilities
Chapter 13 The top 11-20 companies
Summary Introduction 11: Acer 12: Sharp 13: Lenovo 14: Canon 15: Hitachi 16: Epson 17: Philips 18: TCL 19: Nikon 20: Pioneer
Table of figures
Figure 1: Figure 2: Figure 3: Figure 4: Figure 5: Figure 6: Figure 7: Figure 8: Figure 9: Global consumer electronics market size ($bn), 200510 Regional consumer electronics market share (%), 2010 Global TV market share by company (%) based on Q4'09 revenues Share of global TV shipments by technology (%), Q4'09 Global digital TV market by platform (households, %), 2008-12 Global LCD TV shipments (m), 200812 Global sales of Internet enabled TV sets (m), 200913 Global 3DTV shipments (m), 201015 Global computing market share (%), 129 135
Figure 10: Global netbook market size, 200812 (units shipped, m) Figure 11: Global mobile handset market size ($bn), 2007-13 Figure 12: Total global mobile phone shipments (m), 200914 Figure 13: Smartphone shipments by region (%), 2009-14 Figure 14: Global digital (online and mobile) music market (%), 2009-2013 Figure 15: Global video gaming market size ($bn), 200513 Figure 16: Global console shipments (%), 200613 Figure 17: Comparative analysis of top 10 consumer electronics manufacturers Figure 18: Samsung financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 19: Samsung SWOT analysis Figure 20: HP financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 21: HP SWOT analysis Figure 22: Sony financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 23: Sony SWOT analysis Figure 24: LG financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 25: LG SWOT analysis Figure 26: Toshiba financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 27: Toshiba SWOT analysis Figure 28: Nokia financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 29: Nokia SWOT analysis Figure 30: Panasonic financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 31: Panasonic SWOT analysis Figure 32: Apple financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 33: Apple SWOT analysis Figure 34: Microsoft financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 35: Microsoft SWOT analysis 10
Figure 36: Dell financial performance ($m), 200709 Figure 37: Dell SWOT analysis
Table of tables
Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: Table 11: Table 12: Table 13: Table 14: Table 15: Table 16: Table 17: Table 18: Table 19: Table 20: Table 21: Table 22: Table 23: Table 24: Table 25: Table 26: Table 27: Table 28: Table 29: Table 30: 11 Global consumer electronics market size ($bn), 200510 Global TV shipments by technology ('000s), Q4'09 Global digital TV market by platform (households, m), 200812 Global LCD TV shipments (m), 200812 Global sales of Internet enabled TV sets (m), 200913 Global 3DTV shipments (m), 201015 Global computing market ($bn), 200914 Global netbook market size (units shipped, m), 200812 Global mobile handset market size ($bn), 2007-13 Total global mobile phone shipments (m), 200914 Wi-Fi phone shipments (m), 200712 Smartphone shipments by region (m), 2009 and 2014 Global mobile cloud computing subscribers (m), 200814 Global video gaming market size ($bn), 200513 Global console shipments (m), 200613 Resistors in the consumer electronics industry The top 20 consumer electronics manufacturers Samsung snapshot Samsung financial performance ($m), 200709 Samsung business segment performance ($m), 2009 HP snapshot HP financial performance ($m), 200709 HP business segment performance ($m), 2009 Sony snapshot Sony financial performance ($m), 200709 Sony business segment performance ($m), 2009 LG snapshot LG financial performance, 200709 LG business segment performance ($m), 2009 Toshiba snapshot 92 97
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Toshiba financial performance, 200709 Toshiba business segment performance ($m), 2009 Nokia snapshot Nokia financial performance ($m), 200709 Nokia business segment performance ($m), 2009 Panasonic snapshot Panasonic financial performance, 200709 Panasonic business segment performance ($m), 2009 Apple snapshot Apple financial performance ($m), 200709 Apple business segment performance ($m), 2009 Microsoft snapshot Microsoft financial performance ($m), 200709 Microsoft business segment performance ($m), 2009 Dell snapshot Dell financial performance ($m), 200709 Dell business segment performance ($m), 2009 Acer snapshot Sharp snapshot Lenovo snapshot Canon snapshot Hitachi snapshot Epson snapshot Philips snapshot TCL snapshot Nikon snapshot Pioneer snapshot
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