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The Samsung UE32D4003B LED TV hands you access to a wealth of entertainment courtesy of built-in Freeview and thanks to two HDMI ports you’ll be able to have your games console and Blu-ray player connected simultaneously.
There are two HDMI connections which will allow you to connect to HD sources such as blu-ray players, consoles, set-top boxes or camcorders. An 8-day electronic programme guide will also ensure you will always find something great to watch.

Sound is delivered via two 10 watt speakers and features Dolby Digital +SRS theatre sound.
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biggysmalls#1
unbeatable price with the 5 yr warranty.
Orcinus_orca#2
On mode power consumption 37 watts - very low, will save some £ in electricity
tommytbone1 3 Likes #3
HD Ready so not for me, but great price with warranty
gchild 2 Likes #4
£20 cheaper than argos - was on my way down there until i saw this!
ianc1990 1 Like #5
Only HD ready and been through my fair share of TV's and Samsung rank very very low on my list!
gchild#6
ianc1990
Only HD ready and been through my fair share of TV's and Samsung rank very very low on my list!


Whats an alternative at this price?
dooper 5 Likes #7
Review...
http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews/led--lcd-and-plasma-tv/samsung-ue32d4000/review/

Score 57%

Pros: Decent picture quality for this price point, low energy use, wallet-friendly price

Cons: Harsh audio, widescreen switching glitch on HDMI, lacks a couple of sockets (Scart and dedicated analogue audio out), usability niggles, Freeview tuner only

The above review is of the D4000. On the basis that D4000 & D4003 share the same panel, processor & firmware, the review should be relevant.

Edited By: dooper on Feb 19, 2012 11:01
Babsy Baby#8
Thanks. Looked at the deal, and went for the Toshiba 32" for the same price. 5 year guarantee is great. Heat added.
Babsy Baby#9
gchild
£20 cheaper than argos - was on my way down there until i saw this!



Was argos giving a 5yr warranty.
MiiCK 4 Likes #10
To be honest, think anybody buying a tv from today onwards should buy 1080p, why buy old technology? Good deal if your not needing the crisp picture but don't see the point in buying tech that's going to look like 240p soon! :p
iAmLegendFam 2 Likes #11
Cold, 720p, should be 1080p for this price, plus new models soon.
Drake111 1 Like #12
You can get full HD ones at that price and size :/
Nellster 5 Likes #13
i can't tell the dif between 720 and 1080 on my 32".. i don't believe many would pass the pepsi challenge either unless you are 1ft away from tv
wardy01#14
Good TV for a bedroom?
I feed all my TV's with the RF2 from Sky, so no issues with it being HD Ready.
forest2002#15
I can see a "is 1080p needed on a 32 inch screen" debate coming.

On a serious note most of the "cons" from Which wouldn't be issues if you were using it with an av receiver and external speakers (something I consider a must with any flat screen).

I've had the ue32c5100 for quite some time, I paid £350 for it, if the picture quality is anything like as good and with a 5 year warranty from John Lewis you can't be going far wrong for that kind of money.

Edited By: forest2002 on Feb 19, 2012 14:33: .
dooper 6 Likes #16
There is a common misconception that a 'Full HD' (1080p) TV will automatically offer better picture quality than an 'HD Ready' (720p / 768p) TV.

Picture quality depends on Panel & Processor & Video Processing Firmware specification. A good Panel matched to a poor Processor will result in poor picture quality. A poor Panel matched to a good Processor will result in poor picture quality.

A good 720p or 768p Panel matched to a good Processor can outperform a poor 1080p Panel matched to a poor Processor. Do not associate 1080p specification with high performance. It is not guaranteed, e.g.

Hannspree SV32LMNB. 1080p. Digitalversus Verdict 2/5

Luxor LUX-40-914-TVB. 1080p. Which? Score 39%

M&S 32100 LED. 1080p. Which? Score 43%

John Lewis JL23LED. 1080p. Which? Score 45%

LG 32LK330. 768p. Which? Score 60%
gchild 2 Likes #17
As usual this is getting a little over cooked.

If there is a better 32" led tv to be had at this price, then post it! You can always get better, but I bet it costs more!
blue_eyes777#18
what would PC text look like running on this please?
any ideas?
kodbel#19
I bought it in Jan at the same price with a price match. IMHO, it's a good tv (video quality wise), sound quality should have been better. Disappointing input options - no dvi, only 1 hdmi. USB can only playback audio and photos. Had to change model number through service menu to enable video playback.
Mentos#20
IMO the 5 year JL warranty makes it a reasonably good deal. However, if the equivalent models from the previous generation are anything to go by, this will not be an unusually low price for this TV.

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