Samsung 19in SM932MW HD Ready LCD TV - £134.99 delivered at Argos - HotUKDeals
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I just bought this TV online, seems like a good deal for a Samsung 19in TV (although no freeview) - would do nicely as a bedroom tv.

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High Definition Ready.
19in (48.3cm) widescreen TV with 48.3cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1440 x 900 pixels.
Brightness 300 cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 1000:1.
Viewing angle 160 degrees.

Connectivity
HDMI socket.
DVI socket.
SCART socket.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Headphone socket.
S-video socket.
Analogue RGB input.

Sound Quality
45 watts RMS power output.

Additional Features
Teletext.
Fastext.
UHF tuners.
Auto setup.
Auto search tuner.
Auto search sorting.
Auto search labelling.
Sleep timer.
Picture in Picture.
Telescopic aerial.
Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (supplied).
230v AC mains operated.
Size of TV (H)40, (W)46.6, (D)19.9cm.
Size of TV with stand (H)40, (W)46.6, (D)19.9cm.
Weight of TV 4.7kg.
Weight of TV and stand 4.7kg.
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
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#1
if only it had freeview....
#2
Good price, lack of freeview and poor SD quality would be my biggest gripes about this TV.
#3
Its beyond me how anyone would want to buy a new TV that doesn't have Freeview.
#4
Those of us who can't get freeview and aren't bothered (Sky+..)? :)
#5
abomination
Good price, lack of freeview and poor SD quality would be my biggest gripes about this TV.


There is something wrong with the one you got if the standard def does not look good as mine is stunning for SD, much better than I was expecting and I hate analogue on tft it stinks normally.
Just make sure you turn down the colour to normal usage and not clowns faces setting.

It is a shame there is no freeview in it and I am not sure the DVI is HDCP either

I paid £199.99 for mine as a replacement for the 940mw my son hit with 360 controller.
#6
I've always found SD quality (standard digibox, scart) to be quite poor - fiddling with the settings does improve the picture but not by much.

I may have to take another look if you're getting stunning pictures and I'm not.
#7
abomination
I've always found SD quality (standard digibox, scart) to be quite poor - fiddling with the settings does improve the picture but not by much.

I may have to take another look if you're getting stunning pictures and I'm not.




Well b4 I have you going round the bend.

I mean it was much better than I expected and you are sort of right as SD on all LCD is pretty horrid, you just have to adjust things.

I am referring to TV from analogue source as in using Ariel which can be horrific for some areas, my signal strength for where I am is pretty good. Turn down the colour and sharpness.

I must also say I never use the tft for TV as I use it for PC monitor upstairs I just had to set it up with Ariel as there is bug in it where menu system would not work until tuned or something like that as it was a while ago.

I have never plugged a scart cable in or composite the Yellow RCA.

I have one of my xbox 360's plugged in via component.

You are right about SD content compared to 720p but I did not think it was that bad compared to as I said what I was expecting
#8
Terrestrial signal strength is a big issue where I'm at so I can't really tune it in for a comparison. I'm probably sitting too close to the screen being able to see all the artifacts and noise. I bought this mainly to function as a second gaming monitor and / or computer screen, which it handles fine so I'm not overly fussed about SD tbh.

As for freeview, you can buy STBs for a tenner...... so that's not really an issue in the long run. I'm still well within the warranty period so if I manage to see another SM932MW in action I'll be able to sort it out pretty quickly if mine is deemed to be faulty.

:thumbsup:
#9
Got this down to £124.99 with a £10 discount voucher from a previous £100+ spend, then realised it can't be wall mounted :-( Good buy if you don't need the wall mount.
#10
Can't get freeview where I live so not an issue for me, sure how much is a freeview box these days anyway so can get one if ever needed.

Can't find it cheaper anywhere else!
#11
Hmm... not bad pitty about the lack of freeview... i managed to get a 19" LG with 10000:1 contrast, HD Ready outta B&Q for £143.20 with the girlfriends 20% discount!:-D
#12
Great deal. Been looking for a TV/Monitor for a while with HDMi but would prefer 22". Hmm...
#13
abomination;3578817
As for freeview, you can buy STBs for a tenner...... so that's not really an issue in the long run. I'm still well within the warranty period so if I manage to see another SM932MW in action I'll be able to sort it out pretty quickly if mine is deemed to be faulty.


Not quite as tidy though. As is probably the case for many, the main reason for getting a set like this is because it's space-saving and a neat solution for a small room. Adding a freeview box does add clutter, though if you found one just the right size and strong enough to sit underneath the TV that could be ideal.

There's also those SCART socket Freeview adapters that save a lot of space, but I don't think I've seen them much cheaper than £30.

When I saw the title I came rushing into the thread but I knew all but the recent Samsungs don't have a digital tuner (a bit short sighted, Sammy). Going for an LG 22" with 2 HDMIs, VGA and DVI in, Freeview and good sound for a small LCD but it'll cost me at £220.

Heat added :thumbsup:
#14
Web Hunter;3580008
Great deal. Been looking for a TV/Monitor for a while with HDMi but would prefer 22". Hmm...


This is what I'm going for, but it costs quite a bit more. Worth it for me though as it performs so well as a monitor, too. Ebuyer are out of stock but a few other places have it for a similar price (plus Quidco).
#15
You could always go for the next model up £179.99 with Freeview, less the discounts stated. Plus don't forget Quidco
#16
Hmm On monday if you used the 10% code and the piddling 2.5% reduction on vat that would make the freeview model £157.49 Good shout Stormtrooper2007!
#17
Ordered Heat & Rep added.
Cheers
#18
Amazing price, 2 years ago these were double this price, HOT!! :)
#19
stormtrooper2007;3580795
You could always go for the next model up £179.99 with Freeview, less the discounts stated. Plus don't forget Quidco


Hmm, good call...

Taking it to ~£160 after Quidco, with £10 voucher back, too. Good deal but I think I will stick with the supposedly better sounding 22" LG. :thumbsup:
#20
Anyone use this with a 360?
Just wondering if it would show the correct picture resolution through HDMI?
Not sure wether to go for this or a 20" Samsung from Richer sounds for £170.
Cheers,
Rob.
#21
damn... no freeview. good price for samsung tho! hot
#22
seems like a good price for a 19 inch lcd tv from a quality brand.

BUT BIG BUT. checking out the specs it says the contrast ratio is 1000:1. This is very poor. will result in a bad picture i believe. probably better sticking with an old fat tv unless space saving is important to you.
#23
Think the better option would be this samsung; 20inch for £140 at amzon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-Widescreen-Black-Monitor-Premium/dp/B0017HCN1O/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1227779366&sr=8-2

it doesnt have freeview either but does have component in so probably could use a freeview box. not too sure if it can be used as a tv though. however they make a tv version with freeview built in the T200HD, but it retails around £200.
#24
As for freeview, you can buy STBs for a tenner...... so that's not really an issue in the long run. I'm still well within the warranty period so if I manage to see another SM932MW in action I'll be able to sort it out pretty quickly if mine is deemed to be faulty.


Trouble with adding freeview through use of scart / svhs etc is the old connections with LCD/TFT SD material . The best is when freeview is hardwired inside to TV so that the signal to TV is quick and less dirty than using scart/svhs/composite etc as IMO SD material looks horrid(well I prefer blurry crt tv in general over lcd for standard def tv) on all lcd I own or have seen.

Not so bad on 19"" but on 26" 37 42 etc even more noticeable

But yeah if you are not that bothered with the loss in quality or you cannot even notice and not pedantic like me then yeah £14 for freeview to add onto TV is an idea.
#25
very good price for a good quality small tv, shame about the freeview but its a bargain

edit: ive looked at the samsung website and it turns out to be a monitor w/ built in tv tuner so it explains the price and lack of digital
#26
stezo2k

edit: ive looked at the samsung website and it turns out to be a monitor w/ built in tv tuner so it explains the price and lack of digital


Does the fact that this is a monitor with built-in tv tuner have any effect on its use primarily as a TV?
Argos are peddling this as a TV and I have bought it as such...
#27
sterankin
Does the fact that this is a monitor with built-in tv tuner have any effect on its use primarily as a TV?
Argos are peddling this as a TV and I have bought it as such...


It will only impact when they switch off anlalogue broadcast in your area as the tv / tuner in tv is UHF
#28
Thanks. We use these at work and they're not bad at all, especially at this price! This will be perfect in the kitchen - wired up via the living room sky box...
#29
You cant beat the Cathode ray.
#30
mullerman
You cant beat the Cathode ray.


tube :p
#31
Sound Quality
45 watts RMS power output.


Just noticed they still have not changed that bit from when I bought mine (I should really take it back for them talking out of their rrrr'sss and mis selling )
#32
Tesco direct have theTechnika LCD19-907 including freeview for £127. Cheaper if you use the discount vouchers
#33
djrah
Tesco direct have theTechnika LCD19-907 including freeview for £127. Cheaper if you use the discount vouchers


It may have freeview for a rock bottom price of £127 but the Samsung has to win in terms of looks plus you get £10 of vouchers from Argos making the price £124.99 in reality.
#34
I have had this for a few months and its brilliant. Very good for pc use, xbox 360 and also sky signal - i paid well over £130 so in my opinion its worth every penny.
#35
Anyone know how you get the £10 voucher if you buy online? - or is that instore only?

Thx
#36
You receive a £10 voucher in your confirmation email, it can only be used online though.
#37
Thanks - need to check my confirmation email then!

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