2012 Samsung E Series Tv DiscussionPlasma & LED
Posted 12 May 2013 - 12:00 AM
If say if you want to use that website, use a htpc or something similar.
Posted 12 May 2013 - 10:25 PM
I watch a lot of sport at vipbox.com. Its a great site for catching up on sport rarely televised but my local H/N store couldn't get it to work said the samsung didn't play flash video and really just wanted to sell me a LG i wasn't interested in
Could someone test this for me as its a deal breaker for me
the samsung website states is does use flash , would depend on if you were looking at an es8000 or the new fs8000 model. I would also point out I went to vipbox.com & was blocked by malware bites as a bad site.
es8000 - This TV does feature limited Flash support within the browser however Flash player is not available as an application. also - we introduced a Full Web Browser that is HTML5 and Flash compatible, so lots of content appears as it should when surfing the net.
Posted 13 May 2013 - 12:32 PM
Well that is good news as at least it played. Channel 10 takes the Sky feed so if you checked during the race they would be the same, but i watch first practice, second practice, and the warm up sessions on the net and only watch Qualifying and the race on 10 which is all 10 show. I know the quality is not great but what to do if you love your F1 and it isn't televised.
Posted Yesterday, 08:00 PM
I think the es 55 plasma looks like bargain at the moment as you can always buy the upgrade kit for $300ish. But i might have left my run to late as i am now having trouble finding anyone with any stock left.
Anyone know were there is any left?
Question the power use. The difference between the plasma and a LCD looks huge but can someone put it in dollar terms if a TV is used allot eg 12 to 14 hours a day
Posted Yesterday, 08:26 PM