Seven owners who purchased the product thought it was easy to use. Johnlewis.com said in April last year “Without it you have to use the very conservative "Protection" setting which severly limits caching” in their Samsung UE49KS7000 review. Superdazzio said “From the start up and initial set up music / feel its quite exciting! Very easy and with intuitive remote control” in their review of this TV and gave it a score of a maximum of 5 stars. Carl13 said on Johnlewis.com “I like the smart remote control” in their review of this TV and rated it a maximum of 5 stars.
Four people who purchased the product wrote that it was easy to use the menus. Priestyworld gave it a score of a maximum of 5 stars and mentioned on Johnlewis.com “Picture settings need to be hugely toned down from the absurdly garish default settings before the qualities of this TV make themselves apparent” in their review of this TV. Adz1973 said on Johnlewis.com “Simply settings to play with” yet they only rated it 1 stars out of 5. Bluemoose gave it a rating of a maximum of 5 stars and said on Johnlewis.com “I would get some decent settings from av forums as a minimum” in their review of this TV.
Two customers said in their reviews that the product had a good interface. Johnlewis.com said in their review of this TV “Supports OCE (older versions do not), cable lengths are very long, easy setup, great interface (web), very easy to manage”. Mikee3000 wrote in their review of this TV on Johnlewis.com “Kids use it for Netflix, good interface”.
Two owners who purchased this TV concluded that it was easy to setup. Last year Johnlewis.com wrote “Amazingly simple to set up”. One person mentioned that this TV was easy to handle. In April last year Priestyworld mentioned “Standard HD and UHD via a Sky Q box are excellent, easily handling sports like football with minimal judder”.