2014 couldn’t be a better year for people looking for a new TV to purchase. Sure, the latest and greatest 4K TVs and other displays with fresh innovations are insanely priced but it is causing the prices of 1080p flagship LED displays to drop. This means that the midrange and low-end models should drop in price too. Many of the midrange HDTVs released in 2013 were pretty impressive to the point that most typical consumers can consider them as highly advanced models. The Samsung UN60F6300 is as midrange as you can get when you compare it against the higher-end and lower-end models. The $1,499 price tag is pretty midrange too for a 60-inch TV but make no mistake, the UN60F6300 has plenty of neat tricks.
Uninspired TV designs are quite common and understandable in the midrange level because companies really try to encourage as many people as possible to go the flagship route. But the Samsung UN60F6300 is a pretty good looking display. Higher-end Samsung TVs have much thinner bezels but at least the display panel still has that thin profile and the quad stand gives the 60-inch display some stability and elegance.
I have a need to control my Samsung UN60F6300 Smart Hub. The current setting on the remote (when I switch it to TV) controls everything on the TV even including moving around in the Smart HUB to start apps and stop/start playing etc. The only thing that I cannot do is to start the Smart Hub. If there is anything that you know of or of a TV code to reprogram the remote that would allow me to start the Smart Hub I would appreciate your help.
The UN60F6300 is not only Samsung’s cheapest 60-inch LED display but it is also part of the series that brings Samsung’s new Smart Hub 2.0 experience to the most affordable price possible. With ordinary LED TVs still selling quite well, many average customers still don’t really see the point in connecting the TV to the wireless router. But Samsung’s approach to the Smart TV experience offers plenty of features and their new interface redesign is a step in the right direction.