Samsung 32" LCD TV - Easter Weekend Promotion - NOW £249.95 @ RicherSounds In-store from 2/4/10 - HotUKDeals
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If you're in the market for a 32 inch LCD TV, the Samsung LE32b350 is a stunner of a deal.

At the heart of this Samsung 32 inch LCD TV is Samsung's Wide Colour Enhancer 2 engine. This unique Samsung system offers far more natural and convincing colours by strengthening the red, green and blues. A high contrast ratio also gives the LE32b350 excellent depth of image with subtle shading.

Although we'd always recommend a separate home cinema system, the Samsung's built-in SRS Tru-Surround HD system gives a useful boost to audio performance. With indirect firing technology the speakers create a spacious sound that's complemented by the SRS Tru-Surround system.

Twin rear-mounted HDMI sockets allow for the connection of 2 High Definition sources, such as an HD-TV box and Blu-ray player. In addition to this, the LE32b350 boasts SCART and component connections for your analogue sources. Furthermore, the PC input makes this attractive TV the perfect complement to your home computer - especially when used in conjunction with the Samsung's special Game Mode. Topping off the wide range of sockets is a digital optical sound output - ideal for connecting this Samsung 32 inch LCD TV to your home cinema for a useful upgrade in sound quality.
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#1
£279.95 ?
#2
"This product is exclusive
to our valued in-store customers

Beat the web, save delivery costs
and pick one up today!"

Instore only but still says 280 quid.
#3
Ops post states start date of 2nd April
#4
Deal runs from Good Friday until Easter Monday, so price is still showing at the current price until then I guess
But my advance notice e-mail is very clear that it will be £249.95 over the Easter Weekend from 2nd til 5th April at 4pm.
Hope they have enough stock to go around.

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#5
What would the Garantee for this be?
#6
leeroy
What would the Garantee for this be?


Doesn't say in my e-mail - I would imagine 12 months as usual at Richer Sounds.
#7
OK not full 1080 HD. But as a 2nd TV or a PC Media Centre monitor/games console monitor it's great value. Hope they have plenty to go around.
#8
good price - fugly TV!
#9
leeroy
What would the Garantee for this be?


1 year or for £25, 5 years. 1 year manufacturer's + 4 years Richer sounds.
#10
for £279.99 i managed to get le32B450 for john lewis with 5 yrs 2 weeks ago. It is brilliant TV.
#11
What's the response time like on this? Their website doesn't say, and unfortunately it doesn't have a DVI on it either. But still looks like a good price for a 32" Samsung.

Edit: Couldn't find many reviews, but this doesn't inspire confidence..

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1157270-samsung-le32b350.html
#12
parad1gm
for £279.99 i managed to get le32B450 for john lewis with 5 yrs 2 weeks ago. It is brilliant TV.


As per subject, Richer have been showing the 450 model cheaper than J Lewis but JL check the instore price which is nearly always deare in RS. Can you let us in in which store /price you quoted to there "never knowingly undersold" team?
thanks
#13
shopaholic
Deal runs from Good Friday until Easter Monday, so price is still showing at the current price until then I guess
But my advance notice e-mail is very clear that it will be £249.95 over the Easter Weekend from 2nd til 5th April at 4pm.
Hope they have enough stock to go around.

http://ibwgfx.com/images/richersounds/20100401/14.gif


This looks like a very old model! Even older than my Series 4.
#14
looks an excellent deal
#15
martin_sv
As per subject, Richer have been showing the 450 model cheaper than J Lewis but JL check the instore price which is nearly always deare in RS. Can you let us in in which store /price you quoted to there "never knowingly undersold" team?
thanks


yeah I'd be interested in that as well, currently showing the LE32B450 for £299.95 in-store at Richer Sounds

John Lewis are doing it for £350

Amazon are doing it for £296.98

£290 on Pixmania (although I'm not sure about getting it through them)
#16
What's going on with lcd, the prices seem to be tumbling. I thought sterling was taking a battering.
#17
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
3d on its way for all.....
#18
What's the sound quality like on this model.?

I bought a 22" Samsung LCD and the sound is terrible, tbh put me off buying Samsung again.:-(
#19
Ugly TV and only 720p so not so good.
#20
zahidworld;8291389
This looks like a very old model! Even older than my Series 4.


It's a B series, ie was released last year.
#21
richh
Ugly TV and only 720p so not so good.


TV looks fine. 1080p and 720p look identical on a TV of this size. HOT from me.
#22
schnide
What's the response time like on this? Their website doesn't say, and unfortunately it doesn't have a DVI on it either. But still looks like a good price for a 32" Samsung.
....


DVI is just HDMI without sound so all you need is a connector adaptor at the PC end and a HDMI cable.
#23
arotabi
DVI is just HDMI without sound so all you need is a connector adaptor at the PC end and a HDMI cable.


Thanks for that, I didn't realise. However reading up on the TV, the 450 is a much better model than the advertised 350 and only £50 more.
#24
daBluone
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
3d on its way for all.....


3D is a white horse .... totally impractical to a vast majority of people .... whoe going to fork out for all the glasses you need to watch it ? and not to mention the huge number of people with less than perfect eyesight ( me included ) ... 3d dont mean jack if you got 1 good eye as your depth perception has gone.

3d has 0 chance of taking off ... they tried it in the 60s = fail

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