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beautiful, well-built TV
One thing that hasn’t changed is just how able and desirable a TV the D8000 is. Entirely admirable where build, finish and looks are concerned, it’s the closest thing to a frameless TV we’ve seen so far – and it’s light enough to make wall-mounting a viable option even on partition walls.
Its Smart Hub online functionality is a work in progress (the BBC iPlayer we were assured would be in place by now is still another month away, it seems), but it’s already an ergonomic triumph.
The on-screen interface is bright and logical, the ‘search all’ facility allows the TV to check for content across your apps, DLNA sources and local storage, and the schedule manager allows you to arrange recordings to a hard-disk drive attached to one of the screen’s three USB inputs.
Picture quality from the on-demand services currently available is on a broad par with standard-definition TV broadcasts.
When receiving TV signals (whether standard- or high-definition), the D8000 is fractionally inferior to the UE46D7000 when it comes to drawing edges, and it’s slightly less capable at suppressing picture noise.
It’s more than a match for the 'D7000 when dealing with complex patterns, though. These are marginal differences – so slight that we would put them down to batch variance.