Samsung 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV - £299.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Model: LE32B450C4WXXU

LCD TV:
SRS TruSurround HD - for improved audio experience.
Colour enhancer - for an improved sharper picture.
Swivel stand for a great view anywhere in the room.

Television picture quality:
HD Ready.
Freeview digital tuner.
32in (81cm) widescreen TV with 81cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
50Hz.
Contrast ratio 50000:1 (dynamic).
DNie image enhancement.
Progressive scan.

Connectivity:
3 HDMI sockets.
1 DVI socket.
1 SCART socket.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Optical connection.
AV socket (rear).

Sound quality:
SRS TruSurround HD sound system.
2 x 10 watts RMS power output.

Digital features:
Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB).
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Auto setup.
Auto scan for new channels.
Now and next programme guide.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
CI slot.

Additional features:
UHF tuner.
Sleep timer.
Picture and text.
Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
Size of TV H51.9, W79.8, D7.7cm.
Weight of TV 9.1kg (unpackaged).
Complete with pedestal stand.
Size of TV with stand H57.9, W79.8, D24.1cm.
Weight of TV with stand 11.4kg.
Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 200 x 200mm bracket (bracket not included).

Energy efficiency information:
Standby power consumption 1 watt.
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#1
HD ready :(
#2
I'd rather have a quality samsung HD Ready for £300 than some supermarket no-name pile of poop Full HD for the same price.

And where can you get a new full HD tv for £300?

Voted hot for a decent TV at a bargain price
#3
Good price but i'd rather go for the John Lewis set for £50 more and get 1080p and use it for consoles and blue ray. Plus when you go to sell on people always see the 1080p side and pay more for it...

Also John Lewis is Sony, so not a no name brand either.
#4
ooohhh its a samsung lets all vote hot,as everyone knows samsung are the best tv manufacurer in the world ever.....i still dont get why everyone is so hung up on samsung tvs,better than budget brands and this is a good price but they are not the be all and end all of tvs
#5
er what?
#6
no freeview hd built in so walk away
#7
surely still a good deal even if you buy a separate Freeview HD box?
#8
mamboboy
Does any TV have HD freeview built in for this price??? :thinking: The many 5* reviews on Argos show it's a very nice TV...


I agree. In fact, I'm going to buy one. Ha.
#9
Waterboy8535
I'd rather have a quality samsung HD Ready for £300 than some supermarket no-name pile of poop Full HD for the same price.

And where can you get a new full HD tv for £300?

Voted hot for a decent TV at a bargain price


Dixons, posted on here a few times 48 hour specials
#10
Very good deal. Be warned sumsung picture quality is exceptional, but sound is...not so good. Worth investing into a surround sound speaker system BUT you should be alright with this one. Heat added
#11
LOUGHBORO GUY
no freeview hd built in so walk away


We are not all pesants, some of us have Sky+ HD and absolutely no use for freeview :whistling:
#12
I have this TV for about 2 months now and I must say, I'm well pleased with the purchase. Agree that the sound is crap (doesn't concern me as I have external speakers). I use it mainly for my ps3 and it's great for the price.

At 32inch, it doesn't matter if it's 720p or 1080p. In fact, this model has an upscale (I think) as it did display 1920x1080 resolution. Not sure why, but I'm not complaining! ;)

:thumbsup:
#13
What do you tv experts reckon to the Hitachi 42" at Argos for £399 at the moment??
I'm unsure and no expert Thanks
#14
Have a smaller size version of this. It's average to be honest, nothing special.

Matt.Wild;8696466
Good price but i'd rather go for the John Lewis set for £50 more and get 1080p and use it for consoles and blue ray. Plus when you go to sell on people always see the 1080p side and pay more for it...

Also John Lewis is Sony, so not a no name brand either.


Most games and blu ray movies are in 720p (HD Ready) ;-)
#15
1080 Pixels matter not on a wee 32" Screen, The bigger problem with Samsung is the sound, all their LCD's are poorly reviewed on their tinny sound. A Nice 32" 720p set is vastly favourable compared to a 32" 1080p supermarket brand or Bush poop machine.
#16
LOUGHBORO GUY
no freeview hd built in so walk away


Who in this day and age does not have sky tv. Get a life tight hole and get sky.
Voted hot
#17
comet will be doing the new version of this tv the 32c450 version for 299.99 tomoro as a one day special.
#18
Got the same set from Richer sounds for £10 less last week. You then have the option of having a five year warranty included for £28.90, which is well worth it in my opinion. I was warned about the sound, but it's much better than I thought it would be, and more than adequate for a bedroom, which is where I have mine. Hot for me.
#19
Voted cold. Comet doing the C450 (newer model) for same price tomorrow.
#20
Artheido
Have a smaller size version of this. It's average to be honest, nothing special.



Most games and blu ray movies are in 720p (HD Ready) ;-)


Sorry should have been clearer - blurays/consoles/linking to pc's etc.

I'm not saying this is a better or worse set, i just like having the extra res available.
#21
For you 1080p guys, you honestly don't need it at this size. it isn't noticeable unless you go for a large set. plus if you've got a 1080p set standard def has to be stretched more thus usually looks worse
#22
this tv isnt that hard to find foe £299.99 .... so not really an amazing deal, good tv though.
#23
As a gamer I would rather have a 1080 tv than a 720 and to be honest all the own brand and value brands will never match the quality of the main stream brands. It worth holding off till you find a cheap 1080p tv rather than buying a 720. Many cheap brands use panels from more well known manufacturers and most commonly the Samsung panels.

Also another reason to hold off is because they have just developed a new method of making LED tvs meaning they are much easier to fabricate and reduces the cost of manufacturing the panels. Meaning we should be able to afford them :)

There has been lots of 1080 tvs for £299 that are 1080p from various places due to all the new ranges due to come out soon.
#24
Cold!

Can be found at Dixons.co.uk for £289.99 plus 3% quidco & free shipping.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32b450c-32-hd-ready-lcd-tv-02452277-pdt.html
#25
I bought this TV for my Mom and Dad 6 weeks ago. Its a lovely set with excellent picture. As far as the sound goes, no its nothing special but if you set it to the movie mode in the sound menu it is more than adequate.

I also agree that it does not need to be full HD as I doubt anybody would tell the difference on this size TV. Sky HD looks superb on it.

As far as the freeview HD goes, it was not an option when I bought it, price was the key and they are delighted both aesthetically and functionally.
#26
I'm looking for a 37" or 40" version of this TV - anyone know the best price for this?

thanks
#28
alexgamblin
As a gamer I would rather have a 1080 tv than a 720 and to be honest all the own brand and value brands will never match the quality of the main stream brands. It worth holding off till you find a cheap 1080p tv rather than buying a 720. Many cheap brands use panels from more well known manufacturers and most commonly the Samsung panels.

Also another reason to hold off is because they have just developed a new method of making LED tvs meaning they are much easier to fabricate and reduces the cost of manufacturing the panels. Meaning we should be able to afford them :)

There has been lots of 1080 tvs for £299 that are 1080p from various places due to all the new ranges due to come out soon.


As a gamer also...do you realise the majority of all new games are only 720 therefore does not matter, I have a 1080 tv but its pointless with gaming at the moment.
#29
Matt.Wild
Good price but i'd rather go for the John Lewis set for £50 more and get 1080p and use it for consoles and blue ray. Plus when you go to sell on people always see the 1080p side and pay more for it...

Also John Lewis is Sony, so not a no name brand either.


And you get a free 5 year warranty at John Lewis
#30
Personally I'd spend the same money and go for the LG full HD that is elsewhere on HUKD...

Oh yeah, I already did! :)
#31
Great telly. got one last time richer price had it for £279.99. popped to john lewis and had them price match with free 5 yrs ;-).

Sound quality is adequate if you are like me just watching normal tv and sky SD & HD processing is done great and pic quality is awesome. I found a forum which allowed color calibration and it is gives superb colors.

as others said on this forum 1080p really doesnt matter for this size telly.
#32
The C450 model (new model) for same price at Comet:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/686830/samsung-le32c450-32-lcd-tv-299-99-c
#33
What a load of misinformation on this thread! The ability to see "full HD" or not is not all down to the screen size - it's how far away you are from it as well. After all, you get people wetting themselves over 22" LCD monitors which have "full HD" so why do you think a 32" TV somehow can't display full HD?
#34
Agreed with the last point.
#35
Thanks. Now I have a 50" plasma display - not as a "pen is mightier than the sword" substitute (which many people treat it as, judging by how often you see the term bandied about on here for no reason) but because it's in quite a large room where the viewing distance is appropriate, but it also fits nicely on the chimney breast. People nowadays often buy completely oversized TVs for their small rooms, just 'cos they're cheap and they think they will impress the neighbours.

Oh and it's not 1920x1080 either!
#36

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