The Series 7 Plasmas from Samsung is their flagship plasma display introduced in 2008. Naturally featuring a 1080p resolution the 7 Series expands upon Samsung's high end offerings with more digital media connectivity options, as the basic panel and core specifications remain essentially the same. While the Series 6 is limited to audio and image formats, the Series 7 can display digital video streamed through a connected USB mass storage device, or over your home network as the sets are DLNA certified. The 7 Series retains the Touch-of-Color bezel design that marks all of Samsung's premium televisions.
- 1080p native resolution
- 30,000:1 static contrast ratio | 1,000,000:1 dynamic ratio
- 18-bit color processing
- 100,000 hour panel life
- 1,300 cd/m2 brightness
- Two down-firing 20 watt speakers
- Wiselink Pro USB port
- Inputs: HDMI x 4, Component x 2, Composite x 2, S-Video x 1, VGA x 1, RSS x 1, RS323C x 1
Wiselink Pro - the 7 series can playback video content stored on a USB device while the 6 series are limited to images and audio.
DLNA Certified - the 7 Series can stream audio, video and pictures over your home network alongside the RSS Infolink service.
DNIe Pro - the 5 Series uses the less advanced DNIe+ technology used to process and improve the picture that is displayed.
Ultra Filter Bright - Plasmas can suffer from ambient reflections and glare in well-lit rooms, to deal with this problem plasma manufacturers use different filters to reduce these ambient distractions. Samsung's less expensive plasmas use the Filter Bright technology, while these 6 Series plasmas use the Ultra Filter Bright which Samsung claims will reduce glares and enhance the picture.
Infolink - an ethernet port that lets the television connect to the Internet and display RSS based news information delivered by USA Today.