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Samsung SyncMaster 2333HD HDTV Widescreen LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on March 28, 2010 5 Comments

  • Glossy Black Cabinet; Built-in ATSC/NTSC HDTV Tuners
  • 23-inch widescreen display; 16:9 Aspect Ratio; 1920 x 1080 Resolution; 300 cd/m2 Brightness
  • 10,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio (1000:1 Typical); 5 ms Response Time; 16.7 Million colors
  • Viewing Angle: 160 degree Horizontal/Vertical
  • Built-in MultiMedia Speakers (3W x 2ch), Two HDMI ports so you can easily connect your game console, Blu-ray, etc.
  • VESA Mounting Compliant: VESA 100mm

Product Description
Be enchanted by the elegance and beauty of the SAMSUNG 2333HD monitor. With its delicately patterned design, sensuously sleek contours, and phenomenal picture quality it will deliver images that delight your eyes and bring a fresh perspective to the way that you view your world… More >>

Samsung SyncMaster 2333HD HDTV Widescreen LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “Samsung SyncMaster 2333HD HDTV Widescreen LCD Monitor”

  1. Allan R. Mcdermott says on: 28 March 2010 at 6:24 pm

    Although this is good looking tv for the price it has two major drawbacks that makes me wish I hadn’t bought it.

    Firstly I didn’t notice there was no composite video in so I have no way of connecting my Dish receiver or PS2 except through the lower quality antenna input. The other problem was the badly designed stand connection, my stepson moved the tv and it fell off the stand and guess what, the antenna socket broke off so now I can’t connect them at all unless I buy a $50 converter box. Thanks Samsung for saving a few bucks by omitting a composite video input!!

  2. G. Ware Cornell Jr. says on: 28 March 2010 at 7:27 pm

    I got this little 23″ 1080p receiver for my stepson. The price is very attractive and since we had a HD satellite box in his room already. I also passed down a 1080p Blu-ray DVD player. And there lies the rub.

    I originally wrote “There is only one HDMI connector. This means to play a Blu-ray he must disconnect the HDMI from the box and plug it into the Blu-ray. When I grew up, we had three channels (plus the “educational” channel) and no remote controls. Everything was in black and white and when color became available everything was in green and purple. there were no remotes. So plugging in a cable is hardly a big deal, particularly when you get what is now being called “Full HD”. which apparently means 1080p. ”

    However I was wrong. There are two. The second is under a cover on the side. A strange placement but one which upped my rating from 3 1/2 to a full 4.

    On a little set like this 1080p looks great, but as far as I am concerned “full” high def requires 120Hz, which produces images that make you feel like you are sitting behind the camera operator in some scenes.

    I originally posted this review under model number 2333SW and got a lot of negative comments because the 2333SW does not have a HDMI connector and I must be an idiot to say it did. Well I checked the stupid box and it was mislabeled although the back of the set was properly engraved. My point remains the same one HDMI is not sufficient for today’s digital environment.

  3. nehopsa says on: 28 March 2010 at 9:28 pm

    I suppose a monitor should work straight out of the box. That is what my HP w2207 monitor did. Unfortunately, HP was an exception which was never replicated by any of my Acer 22″ and 23″ monitors (cheap Best Buy units on sale at the time of purchase) nor with this Samsung 2333HD. None but the exceptional HP monitor got their native resolutions straight out of the box. Acers went back the the stone shop immediately. A smart move preempting driver nightmare. (Badly written EDID drivers…what do I care?? And WHY SHOULD I? I am not running Linux!)

    Bad luck with the Samsung, which I bought online at eCost with their particular return policies (no returns on selected brands). Extended warranty does not cover driver issues. (It is your fault that you try to connect their PERFECT monitor to your incompatible hardware.) Now it has been 7th day since I have opened the box. Finally time to fix the resolution…if only it were done easily. Today I spent the afternoon tinkering. Need more luck.

    I updated my video card driver and the HD resolution IS supported by my notebook Radeon 9200. I downloaded and installed the Samsung driver from their support page and then uninstalled and reinstalled it many times. There are still wide margins around the desktop, I must scroll from side to side to see the 1920×1080 that the card sends correctly to the monitor but the monitor displays only part of it. Maybe a simple issue as it still looks as if the drivers are not PROPERLY loaded..but no fix worked for me yet. Maybe just need a DriverGenius (software). Even better…become a DriverGenius (person) myself.

    I reached the end of my wit. I do not have HDMI or DVI option on my older system (as somebody suggested would be a fix).

    Apart from Compaq nx7000 (Radeon 9200) i tried Fujitsu 4020 (Full HD not supported by the integrated Intel graphics) and Asus 1000HD. The last one has also Intel integrated graphic card but the resolution IS supported. I try … does not work (1900×1080 can be set on a display but not on the monitor, the option is grey-not available). This makes it 3:0 (Three systems zero success).

    That is the reason I am giving Samsung Syncmaster 2333 HD TV just two stars. So far it did not work at the highest resolution as a PC monitor, which is my primary intended use.

    I spent time on Samsung chat and Samsung phone. No resolution to my resolution (pun intended).

    Other then that the monitor/TV is fine. The features are nice, the pictures is top-notch.

    I liked the idea of having additional TV on my PC monitor. If only the monitor worked at its native 1920×1080.

    Update: I have been avoiding using this monitor for the past 2 weeks due to the issues above. No fix so far. As it is it scrolling around is REALLY annoying. I was considering trying to outsmart the (supposedly) EDID issue by going with Tritton SEE2 Xtreme (external usb to vga/dvi card) but this is particular card is definitely NOT a way to go (Just read reviews.)

    Update II: The resolution issues have been resolved with Diamond BVU195 USB to DVI adapter from Amazon/Buy com. I run the monitor on DVI and avoid D-sub completely. This should work also for my other laptops/netbooks that I reported problems on D-sub. I am upgrading my rating to 3 stars.

    Update III. I do not want to flog this one issue review too much. You can read at Diamond BVU195 comments that the solution has not been a complete success. I cannot set 2333HD monitor to be an external one if I want to have full HD 1920×1080 on it. But if it is set as a main monitor (and have full HD on it) I have issues with functionality having to work with two displays that randomly load my apps, taskbars, etc..; they load behind TV so I cannot double task unless I disconnect/reload the PC first or toggle between TV and PC on the remote. Should I forgo 1920×1080 I am fine and can set it as external monitor desktop extension w/o issues. Why should I have it all after all?

    HD works great and you have the highest res TV on a $200 price point system. Somebody was wishing for a picture in picture…surely not on this one. As I remarked earlier the TV is fine and a lot of features and connectivity for the price, HDMI, DVI, D-Sub,DVI audio in, component Pb Pr Y, audio R and L, toss-link for optical audio, you name it. TV works as expected just need a more sensitive/better placed antenna then I put it on. No issues with sound. I did not explore this one in depth but for regular TV viewing w/o home theater ambitions the sound on the TV/monitor itself is about OK. Mute on the remote works :-)

    To sum up: The price point and overall value is good but I wish I did not have to come up against the resolution. For those of you who connect it to an HDMI system and do not need to bother about drivers or just want a plane but beautiful Jane TV with a lot of connectivity you have a high performer here. I wish I could apply “mute” on real life beauties as efficiently as on this one.

    Well, you can connect with beautiful Jane, can’t you? Watched ice skiting competition from up close yesterday in full res… stunning…just fix the antenna.

  4. Gonzalez Reyna Joaquin Jose says on: 29 March 2010 at 12:23 am

    I bought one a few months ago and it came with the frame broken, so I did return it. I didn’t have problems in customer’s services I got my refund two weeks later as they say before.

  5. Alexander Retana says on: 29 March 2010 at 12:30 am

    Muy buena imagen en general, sintonizadores Analógicos y Digitales, decodificador QAM. Como HDTV es excelente, muy buenas características, excelente imagen, sonido aceptable, no tiene puerto S-Video. Como monitor de PC es muy bueno, el formato 16:9 no es el mejor para utilizarlo en una PC, les recomiendo el 16:10, el índice de refrescamiento es bastante bueno (5ms) aunque no de los mejores. No incluye el cable HDMI, súmele al precio unos $15 por un cable HDMI, yo me compré un Maxel.

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