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The Samsung Series 5 UE32EH5000 Full HD 32" LED TV delivers a crisp, sharp picture from a beautifully crafted slim-bezel television.

Picture perfect performance

You can now watch in full high definition quality and experience lifelike picture and wonderful sound. The sleek and stylish Samsung 32" TV boasts an in-built Freeview tuner so you have a wide choice of digital TV viewing.

Sit back and experience the mind-blowing sound quality from the SRS theatre stereo sound, bringing that cinematic experience home!

Experience more

The Series 5 UE32EH5000 HDTV is equipped with two HMDI ports so you can link up your Blu-ray player or games console.

The LED TV also has an SVGA connection so you are able to connect your computer and use the 32" TV as a monitor. The USB port allows you to view your own videos and photos on the large screen, a great way to share them with the family.

The Samsung Series 5 UE32EH5000 Full HD 32" LED TV is a pleasure to watch.

Energy consumption
Energy efficiency class A
On-mode power consumption 39 W
Annual power consumption 57 kWh
Screen size 32" (82 cm)
Screen technology LED
HD ready Full HD 1920 x 1080
Contrast Mega contrast
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Audio power 10 W
Mono/Stereo Sound Stereo
Speakers 2
Connectivity 2 x HDMI, 1 x Scart, 1 x USB, 1 x component, 1 x composite
Audio output Headphone socket
DVB-T Tuner Freeview HD
Picture enhancement HyperReal Engine
Noise reduction Yes
Sound enhancement SRS Theatre Sound
Teletext Yes
Other functions Electronic Programme Guide, Parental Lock, Sleep Timer

Looks like 4% cashback with Quidco on tvs for the next 4 days too!
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Great Pro's
- It's NOT a budget model with all that this may imply (image processing algorithm, build quality etc)
- It's a LED TV
- Very low power consumption (0.3 W at StandBy, 39W typical consumption, Energy Efficiency Class : A)
- Full HD 1920 x 1080
- FreeView HD
- Very thin bezel for those with room destrictions

Edited By: chemeng on Aug 15, 2012 13:58
More vibrant colours for better images
Using an advanced picture quality improvement algorithm, Samsung’s Wide Colour Enhancer Plus drastically improves the quality of any image and uncovers hidden details. Now see colours as they were meant to be seen with Wide Colour Enhancer Plus.

Discover a new reality in HD
Enjoy a greater level of home entertainment realism than ever before. Thanks to a resolution twice as high as standard HD TVs, your Samsung LED TV delivers a breathtaking viewing experience that takes you beyond the screen into a world of total immersion. When you’ve seen the rich and vivid texture of HD images, your favourite TV programmes and movies will never be the same again. Discover reality with a full high definition experience.

Watch movies from your USB
With ConnectShare Movie, simply plug your USB memory drive into the TV and instantaneously enjoy movies, photos or music. Now, you can experience a wide variety of content in the comfort of your living room on your TV.

Bringing a full multimedia experience into your living room
With High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) inputs, the Samsung TV will transform your living room into a multimedia entertainment centre. HDMI provides high-speed transmission of high definition digital data from multiple devices straight into your TV.
Cheapest I've saw this I've got 40 inch model best thing I ever bought amazing picture in sd and hd
4% CashBack (- £9.4 or so) for the next 4 days at Quidco Thanks woodkit.

Edited By: chemeng on Aug 15, 2012 15:16
The one review on ebuyer doesn't look too promising.
The are very deep TV's so no good for wall mounting

Anyhoo £259.97 or £253 collected here http://www.lambda-tek.com/UE-32EH5000-Samsung-32-TOMMER-LED-1080P-HD-READY~cs/B922067&origin=gbaseGB15.5

cold from me

Edited By: deanos on Aug 15, 2012 19:07
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Whats the difference between

This model @ £325.52


This model @ £250.97

Sry if it`s a dumb question.

As for that one review on Ebuyer... that guy is comparing his 32EH5000 @ £280 with his UE46D7000 @ over £1,000. LOL.....
Please ignore that dumb review on Ebuyer and read some proper reviews via Google. This TV is very good. Yes it has some minor flaws as does everything. The biggest flaw without doubt being the wall mounting.

Heat added from me OP.
I've had a 32" Samsung HD LCD for about 4.5 years and it's always been great and never let me down. I'd buy this!
I bought one a few weeks ago, it's a great TV for the price. Am using it as a monitor for my laptop and also for my xbox. No complaints here.
Good price i would defo buy Samsung again, current is a 32" Samsung bout what must be about 6 years ago but looks like on its last legs now as it seems to have a darker area all round the outside of the image so may treat myself when i have some spare money.
also bought a week ago and am hoping to use as montor for my laptop (laptop has VGA out only)...beware this TV has no VGA input though so you need to be careful...I'm having to buy a separate converter so I can use the HDMI input port on TV

Edited By: tonywlee on Aug 16, 2012 16:02
According to Stormbringer2012's report ''...quidco tracked at 4% says £9.30''
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also bought a week ago and am hoping to use as montor for my laptop (laptop has VGA out only)...beware this TV has no VGA input though so you need to be careful...I'm having to buy a separate converter so I can use the HDMI input port on TV

When you do get round to using it as a monitor, make sure you change the input name on the tv (source > tools > change name) else, like me, you'll probably be wondering why the picture looks rubbish. I did the same for my xbox – despite a 'game' option being listed, 'pc' looks far better.
I just paid 505 and got a 40ich samsung, series 6, smart tv 3d and HD free-view and all that jazz :D
I just paid 505 and got a 40ich samsung, series 6, smart tv 3d and HD free-view and all that jazz :D

Why is that relevant to this Samsung 5 series thread? FGS.
Debating whether to buy this, can anyone recommend a better 32" tv for less than £500?
Also looking for a 32" TV for £300 max. Was just about to order this but OOS. Just my luck.... lol
£106 more

But a lot more for your money
Maybe I'd be willing to overlook the 106+9.3=£115.3 deficit, for the sake of 3D, 100Hz and 40'', but it is a REFURBISHMENT. Not to mention if you want to actually use the 3D feature, you want to buy the expensive Active shutter 3D glasses (none included). But after all it's +40% the price this deal suggests.

EDIT: Having a 2nd look, it also sports embedded WiFi and it is a SmartTV (although the Toshy implementation is not the best out there). It's not a bad deal after all, but it remains a refurbished tv from a not so well-known seller. If it was off Amazon, that you are absolutely sure if the refurbished product dosn't satisfy you, you can hussle-free return it, it would be an even better deal.

Edited By: chemeng on Aug 16, 2012 19:00

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