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I wanted to share my experience with the Samsung Frame TV that we snagged back in 2020. As someone who appreciates the blend of tech and aesthetics, the Frame TV has been a gem. The picture and sound without external speakers are good enough for an everyday TV.
First off, the general technical design was well thought out and has proven to be pretty darn good. The TV signal and power are delivered to the TV itself via a single cable. The TV comes with a box that supports all of your favorite streaming inputs or audio outputs. The box and TV are connected over the cable so you actually don’t need power on the wall where the TV is to be mounted.
The flat-against-the-wall installation is a game-changer. No more dealing with a clunky setup that sticks out like a sore thumb. It’s like having a sleek piece of artwork on the wall that transforms into a TV when you’re ready to watch your favorite shows or movies. The design has held up well.
The adjustable mount that comes with the TV is really nice. We have mounted other TVs over the years and after installation wished one side was ever so slightly higher to make it more level. Hopefully know one else notices. With the Frame TV, the mount allows the TV to “spin” so you can continue to level after you have the TV on the wall.
And about that remote – still going strong with our Apple TV. It’s the small conveniences that add up, right? Having one remote to navigate through all our streaming services has made our experience so much more enjoyable.