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NEXT 32B6000 32" FULL HD LED TV £299.00 @ NEXT

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FULL HD LED TV FOR UNDER £300. SEEMS A GREA DEAL TO ME! i AM NEW TO HIS SO GO EASY ON ME PLEASE.

Next 32B6000 32" Black Full HD Slim LED TV
720-485-G46

• Edge-lit LED TV
• Full HD1080p
• 2 x HDMI, 2 x scart
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#1
GOT THE DEAL SUBMITTED FIRST TIME SO THATS A BONUS, BUT CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF ITS A GOOD TV AND ALSO IS IT THE SAME AS THE SAMSUNG 32B6000?
#2
I think next should stick to making clothes rather than TVs

The heat monitor says it all, particualrly when you can get a 32" sony for the same price as the multiple posts on here show
#3
why is this cold?
#4
Sony LED backlit TV for same price ? PLease point to right direction?

jase.2
I think next should stick to making clothes rather than TVs

The heat monitor says it all, particualrly when you can get a 32" sony for the same price as the multiple posts on here show
#5
Doesn't look that bad for the money. Good post but i'd avoid the typing in caps in the future.
#6
sidler
Doesn't look that bad for the money. Good post but i'd avoid the typing in caps in the future.


+1. Even funnier that the only word that *should* have been capitalized was in lower-case.
[mod]#7
You may want to opt for sony or samsung. infact go for it if you like but i assure you these tv have Samsung panels. if the warrenty is 2+ years Bonus but even for 1 year thats pretty good id say.

If anyone finds a better deal link it! dont just vote cold and have a moan! its all about deals! pipe up please :-D

Thanks for the post matey,

How do i know they are samsung screens? i sell the same tv's under the name E-motion for a different company, BHS have them too stating on the box they are samsung panels.

a bargain if you ask me.
1 Like #8
thanks NEO TRIX for the good imfo. And to the others, I did state i was new to this and to please be kind. I wasnt aware capitals were a crime. Only wanted views on the tv!
1 Like #9
Errm, hate to state what may be the obvious but the model code (32B6000) does in fact bring up an LED Samsung monitor. This is probably just re-badged by Next.
#10
No idea what this TV is like but there can't be many cheaper LED TVs available?

It's not comparable to the 32" LCD Sony's that have been posted for the same price, so can't be voted cold for that reason.

A quick search shows one cheaper: LG 32LE3300 - £279.99 @ Richer Sounds (but HD Ready not Full HD), next cheapest are £349.
banned 1 Like #11
koalauk
Sony LED backlit TV for same price ? PLease point to right direction?

jase.2
I think next should stick to making clothes rather than TVs

The heat monitor says it all, particualrly when you can get a 32" sony for the same price as the multiple posts on here show


This TV is 'edge-lit' so why would a backlit be a comparison, there have actually been a few edge-lit LED tv's for around this price posted.

Edited By: Reser on Jan 01, 2011 20:43
[mod]#12
Why hate to state? like i said its a samsung panel, the E-motion brand also use the same. its a good buy really.
#13
been looking for ages for a new tv with a budget of 300. this set seems future proof to me so is it worth the punt?
#14
Hey, does this tv from next have freeview?
#15
Hey, does this tv from next have freeview?
#16
Thanks for clearing that out :) I wasnt aware this is actually edge lit , but still a good price and samsung panels are pretty good :)

Reser
koalauk
Sony LED backlit TV for same price ? PLease point to right direction?

jase.2
I think next should stick to making clothes rather than TVs

The heat monitor says it all, particualrly when you can get a 32" sony for the same price as the multiple posts on here show


This TV is 'edge-lit' so why would a backlit be a comparison, there have actually been a few edge-lit LED tv's for around this price posted.
#17
Did anyone see the Next iPad rip off they launched a few months ago?

Total Dross! I am not saying this will be the same, but surely tech companies should stick to the tech and the clothes companies to the clothes.
#19
andrewnclark
Did anyone see the Next iPad rip off they launched a few months ago?

Total Dross! I am not saying this will be the same, but surely tech companies should stick to the tech and the clothes companies to the clothes.


I'm guessing NEXT didn't make it :D

Infact they don't even make the clothes. The TV is a rebadged product made by someone else, just like the clothes, sofa's, etc are.
#20


WOW now ive been lookin for a 32" white tv and thats tempting but not so sure but there is a simliar spec one on the same site i wonder if its the same soooo tempted

Edited By: SUPERCOOLWILLOW on Jan 01, 2011 21:27: added
[mod]#21
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,

720p is HD perfect for upto 32"

anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.

in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"
put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.
its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.

the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.

I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont.

i am not on commission based wage.

heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home"
that fella must have a lot of tv's haha

Have a good new year.
#22
NeoTrix
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,

720p is HD perfect for upto 32"

anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.

in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"
put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.
its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.

the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.

I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont.

i am not on commission based wage.

heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home"
that fella must have a lot of tv's haha

Have a good new year.


ok then please what are your views on that white 32" tv cause it keeps going in to my basket as i like it for my 360 and freeview hard drive box
#23
Will this be ok for playing x box on ?

Looks a good deal thanks for the post
#24
NeoTrix
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,

720p is HD perfect for upto 32"

anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.

in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"
put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.
its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.

the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.

I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont.

i am not on commission based wage.

heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home"
that fella must have a lot of tv's haha

Have a good new year.


The size of the TV alone will not tell you if 1080p will be worth it or not. Size/Distance/Viewers Visual Accuity/Scaling ability of the Set/Etc need to be taken into consideration.

Unfortunately that one post/article using some theory about the human eye's visual acuity has been propagated around the net as gospel. Worse still atleast that also took into account viewing distance, but its been dumbed down to purely screen size now. Ultimately since virtually all HD material is 1080i/p (aside from some online material), I'd rather my set didn't scale it and my eyes are left to resolve what they can. It's hardly as though there is a massive difference between 1080p/720p panels these days. If your budget can't stretch, ofcourse its upto you. But please take some of these type of posts as opinion not fact.

Edited By: Mentos on Jan 01, 2011 21:40
1 Like #25
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
NeoTrix
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,

720p is HD perfect for upto 32"

anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.

in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"
put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.
its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.

the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.

I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont.

i am not on commission based wage.

heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home"
that fella must have a lot of tv's haha

Have a good new year.


ok then please what are your views on that white 32" tv cause it keeps going in to my basket as i like it for my 360 and freeview hard drive box


Most console games are natively 720p in any case. And assuming you mean freeview SD, the quality of the scaler is more important then the resolution. There are a few free delivery codes around. And Next will pick it up for £3.95 according to their terms. So it may be worth a punt. Haven't seen many 32" sets below £200, let alone white ones which are a niche product relatively speaking, so unlikely to drop as much IMO.
#26
On the basis that the 32B6000 is a Samsung, the LCD32W3000 must be Sony,
Looks like Next are buying and rebranding last generation models.
So to be honest, these are good deals.
#27
Mentos
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
NeoTrix
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,

720p is HD perfect for upto 32"

anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.

in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"
put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.
its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.

the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.

I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont.

i am not on commission based wage.

heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home"
that fella must have a lot of tv's haha

Have a good new year.


ok then please what are your views on that white 32" tv cause it keeps going in to my basket as i like it for my 360 and freeview hard drive box


Most console games are natively 720p in any case. And assuming you mean freeview SD, the quality of the scaler is more important then the resolution. There are a few free delivery codes around. And Next will pick it up for £3.95 according to their terms. So it may be worth a punt. Haven't seen many 32" sets below £200, let alone white ones which are a niche product relatively speaking, so unlikely to drop as much IMO.


Thanks very much
#28
NeoTrix
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,720p is HD perfect for upto 32" anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont. i am not on commission based wage.heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home" that fella must have a lot of tv's hahaHave a good new year.

Hi Neo Trix. your comments are fully appreciated and you seem like a man in the know,so what should i spend my 300 on. really not bothered wether its 720 0r 1080 just want the best deal and 32" is about as big as my living room will fit. quite like the idea that its led as this seems the way forward but your advice will swing it. Thanx
1 Like #29
shame the white one seems to have sold out
[mod]#30
cantonasrightboot
NeoTrix
hey guys, dont pay extra for 1080p on a 32" just not worth it, you wont see the difference really, 1080p on a 37" is worth it,720p is HD perfect for upto 32" anything bigger need the higher resolution to keep the HD looking good.in short 1080p on a 40" looks as clear and sharp as 720p on a 32"put 720p on a 40" and then it looks horrid like 480. which is not HD.its just making the res higher to suit a bigger screen thats all.the difference you will see on a 32" is miniscule. so please dont pay extra for 1080p unless your going bigger than a 32" its just not worth it.I sell Tv's for a living and like to tell people the truth, salesman that are on comission tend to tell you you need 1080p on a 32" you really dont. i am not on commission based wage.heheh and beware the old "I have one of these at home" that fella must have a lot of tv's hahaHave a good new year.


Hi Neo Trix. your comments are fully appreciated and you seem like a man in the know,so what should i spend my 300 on. really not bothered wether its 720 0r 1080 just want the best deal and 32" is about as big as my living room will fit. quite like the idea that its led as this seems the way forward but your advice will swing it. Thanx


Mentos, this is speaking as the general rule. Viewing distance for many 32" is about 8ft for most (as a rule of thumb, this obviously steps up with tv size ect) when i sell tv's i try to show a 720p and 1080p image and get the customer to stand back to roughly the distance they would be at home. everone says the same. they cant see a difference!

although when you step up to a 42" you can, like you say not hugely but there is a difference there and some notice it some dont.

@ cantonasrightboot

There are many LCD tvs at this price that are considered fantastic hitting about £279.99
although looking at this NEXT tv its pretty much a samsung in disguise by many factors. i sell them under a different name the specs are 1005 the same including the panel although the plastics are slightly different.

Best thing is look at warrenty. its always worth it. you (i think by law) get 1 year with any retailer (providing you hold the proof of purchase) also if you loose the receipt try to get a bank statement with the date and the transaction where you spent the amount of money highlighted, Most supermarkets can and will refund if you can produce something ( i know we do and the Asda near by do at a push)

Sony tend to do a 5yr warrenty although you do see this in the price with SOME not all of their models.

IMHO this is a good deal as it it for and LED edged tv, but dont be pushed to LED edged just to say you have one. many standard LCD models will do the same job and look just as good. im working off of a 24" LED backlit monitor. its nice and bright and all but to be honest i dont see that much of a difference anywhere else apart from contrast ratio which is 500.000.000:1, which YESSSSSSSSSSS is nice to have but my sammy 42" is 80.000:1 and looks absolutly stunning.

If you like this one mate go for it. i doubt you will be unimpressed and its a good price, so you get value for money.

Hope this helps a tad mate.
#31
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
shame the white one seems to have sold out


Thats the HUKD effect for you :)

Been debating wether to give it a shot for a bit now (I need a thin TV given the location and Next don't have the dimensions). Post it on here and they are all gone in hours.

Edited By: Mentos on Jan 01, 2011 23:29
#32
Mentos
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
shame the white one seems to have sold out


Thats the HUKD effect for you :)

Been debating wether to give it a shot for a bit now (I need a thin TV given the location and Next don't have the dimensions). Post it on here and they are all gone in hours.


yeah and its rare to see any other white or silver tv's in 26" or above without payin over the top prices
#33
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
WOW now ive been lookin for a 32" white tv and thats tempting but not so sure but there is a simliar spec one on the same site i wonder if its the same soooo tempted

You think you will find a better 32" Full HD white tv for £200 or less!!
banned 1 Like #34
col11
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
WOW now ive been lookin for a 32" white tv and thats tempting but not so sure but there is a simliar spec one on the same site i wonder if its the same soooo tempted


You think you will find a better 32" Full HD white tv for £200 or less!!


Exactly, if it is a white TV you want then stop hesitating, I have never even seen a white tv on sale nevermind this cheap for such good specs. Seems to be a rebadged Sony Bravia so its not a bad tv at all.

Even looks the same http://hubpages.com/hub/Sony-KDL-32W4000

Edited By: Reser on Jan 02, 2011 03:53
[mod]#35
Reser
col11
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
WOW now ive been lookin for a 32" white tv and thats tempting but not so sure but there is a simliar spec one on the same site i wonder if its the same soooo tempted


You think you will find a better 32" Full HD white tv for £200 or less!!


Exactly, if it is a white TV you want then stop hesitating, I have never even seen a white tv on sale nevermind this cheap for such good specs. Seems to be a rebadged Sony Bravia so its not a bad tv at all.

Even looks the same http://hubpages.com/hub/Sony-KDL-32W4000


Reser is right. if white is what you want then do it.
#36
mmm, so this isn't a good deal then ?:|
#37
Panel may be Samsung or Sony, but housing looks a bit naff. May be ok for bedroom but It doesn't look good enough quality for a lounge. In my experience of Next, they don't seem to focus enough attention on the quality of their products leaving the factory. Take a look at it in the flesh and put it next to a big brand model and you will see what I mean.
[mod]#38
jimmytest
Panel may be Samsung or Sony, but housing looks a bit naff. May be ok for bedroom but It doesn't look good enough quality for a lounge. In my experience of Next, they don't seem to focus enough attention on the quality of their products leaving the factory. Take a look at it in the flesh and put it next to a big brand model and you will see what I mean.


The entire tv is made by samsung..... next put their name on it thats all. they didnt design it just branded it as their own and paid samsung for supplying them, i bought a HIsense tv a year ago for my lounge. and that has samsung parts inside it too. and guess what? the quality is fantastic. as for the design thats down to personal preference.

Fact is that this TV is not as bad as people are saying. because its not expensive or branded a name you associate with quality then you disreguard it.... no idea why when your making a good saving, warrenty is at least a year and if you dont like it you can always return it!

worth a gamble but i can near enough 100% say that anyone that buys a tv such as this one will NOT be let down. its good value!
#39
NeoTrix
The entire tv is made by samsung..... next put their name on it thats all

I'd be amazed if they even did that :D Sure Samsung/Sony stick Nexts name on for them.
#40
NeoTrix
jimmytest
Panel may be Samsung or Sony, but housing looks a bit naff. May be ok for bedroom but It doesn't look good enough quality for a lounge. In my experience of Next, they don't seem to focus enough attention on the quality of their products leaving the factory. Take a look at it in the flesh and put it next to a big brand model and you will see what I mean.


The entire tv is made by samsung..... next put their name on it thats all. they didnt design it just branded it as their own and paid samsung for supplying them, i bought a HIsense tv a year ago for my lounge. and that has samsung parts inside it too. and guess what? the quality is fantastic. as for the design thats down to personal preference.

Fact is that this TV is not as bad as people are saying. because its not expensive or branded a name you associate with quality then you disreguard it.... no idea why when your making a good saving, warrenty is at least a year and if you dont like it you can always return it!

worth a gamble but i can near enough 100% say that anyone that buys a tv such as this one will NOT be let down. its good value!



I agree - Looking at the pics of the Samsung 32B6000 the housing looks identical appart from the name badge. Obviously there are differences between the 2 modles as the Next one has less HDMI slots. What other differences there are in terms of picture processing is anyones guess. Still a good deal though (or so it seams)

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