Samsung LE32A456C (LE32A457C1DXXU) 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV - £327 delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Use Code "FIVETV" To Save 5% And "DELTV" For Free Delivery.

The new Series 4 Samsung is a great new range, allowing you to view High Definition Images and enjoy a contemporary new design. It gloss black finish, with clear glass surround creates a real spectacle in any room.

The new series may be beautiful in design, although it some great technological advancements, such as 3 x HDMI to ease the use of High definition players and surround sound. Also it's built in gaming mode allows full throttle action, with all the High Definition Colour Graphics to match.

* HD Ready 720p
* Built-in Digital TV Tuner
* 10000 : 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
* DNIe + Image Technology
* SRS Trusurround Sound

* 3x HDMI Connections
* 2x SCART Connections
* 1x Component video Connection
* Also available In 26" 37" and 40" sizes

View technical specification for the Samsung LE32A456C 32" LCD TV Hide technical specification about the Samsung LE32A456C 32" LCD TV
Full specification

Screen Size (inches) 32 inches Size of the screen measured diagonally across the screen
Picture Quality 1366 pixels The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution will be
Flat Screen YES Flat screens reflect less and do not curve at the edges providing you with less distortion
Widescreen Option YES A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format
Sound Quality SRS Trusurround See our TV Buying Guide for more information
Viewable Screen Size 31.5 inches
Digital Tuner YES This enables you to receive over 25 Freeview channels, subject to coverage, including BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC News 24, Sky News, Sky Sports News, ITV2, CBeebies and digital radio channels
Contrast 10000 The higher the contrast ratio the better the picture quality
On Screen Display YES For the simple on screen access to menu options
No of Scarts 2 To enable you to connect to other equipment such as a DVD player, video or games console
Stand Included YES
Wall Mountable YES
Auto Install YES Automatically tunes your TV and sets up the channels at the touch of a button
Sleep Timer YES Can be set to turn off automatically
Front AV sockets YES For easy connection of equipment such as camcorders or games consoles
Colour Black
Fastext YES Allows for faster and easier access to Ceefax and Teletext information services
Remote Control YES Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
Weight 13.1 kg This is the weight of the appliance in KG
Height (exc Stand) 525.2 mm
Width (exc stand) 799.6 mm
Depth (exc stand) 92.8 mm

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#1
have you got anymore info on the tv? :giggle:
#2
seems good, i've been waiting to see if the price of this drops, now I'm slightly apprehensive to see if the 37" drops in price! Its younger model was posted a few days back at about £318 through Amazon, so I believe this is a pretty decent deal.
#3
ordered 2 of these 4 xmas 4 the kids - great price but its worth noting that u can add the serano stand for just £17 more if u click on the packages which is an unbelievable deal considering currys sells the stands alone 4 £150 each - bargain :thumbsup:
#4
Just noticed you can get it with the glass stand for an extra £20!!

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0210029902.1229089490@@@@&BV_EngineID=cceeadefllklddgcflgceggdhhmdfon.0&chain=Dixons&seo=yes&sku=725233&channel=WEB&page=Product
#5
my bad... I'm always rounding up!!
#6
scottydont
have you got anymore info on the tv? :giggle:


samsung web site
http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/detail/spec.do?group=television&type=television&subtype=tftlcd&model_cd=LE32A456C2DXXU&fullspec=F
I noted the high energy useage.
#8
Can get the LE32A457 for £313 delivered from http://www.tribaluk.com/Samsung-LE32A457C1-LCD-Television-01788383.htm using £10 off code NECTAR10. Ordered from there on Tuesday, delivered yesterday & well pleased with the picture. Availability seems to come and go with these guys.
#9
Agreed, good deal if you want the stand - otherwise slightly cheaper elsewhere. Voted hot.
#10
I'd personally rather spend a bit more and get from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty for £349
#11
I think that's a slightly different model as it has 2 hdmi compared to 3 on the one I got.

Cracking deal with the 5 year guarantee though.
#12
Great deal with the stand, just ordered one, note though that the free delivery code does not work if you purchase with the stand. Also for those with nectar card, go through nectar site to claim points.
Many thanks op
#13
smidav
I think that's a slightly different model as it has 2 hdmi compared to 3 on the one I got.

Cracking deal with the 5 year guarantee though.


I think it's a slight mistake on the John Lewis Website, it has 1 hdmi port on the side, and 2 on the back according to the Samsung website.
#14
smidav
Can get the LE32A457 for £313 delivered from http://www.tribaluk.com/Samsung-LE32A457C1-LCD-Television-01788383.htm using £10 off code NECTAR10. Ordered from there on Tuesday, delivered yesterday & well pleased with the picture. Availability seems to come and go with these guys.


Now that is a good deal. Just ordered one :thumbsup:
#15
Ordered this deal, needed the stand and from around £80 its added to the heat of this! Fingers crossed i dont see anything cheaper in terms of the set now!
#16
Mike73
I'd personally rather spend a bit more and get from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty for £349


unless its cheaper, paying extra for a free guarantee doesnt make sense.
the guarantee is rubbish.

it's under written by a 3rd party insurance firm and written into the price of the tv.
you'll get your set repaired once within a 5 year period.

go for the cheaper option
#17
slackrat77
unless its cheaper, paying extra for a free guarantee doesnt make sense.
the guarantee is rubbish.

it's under written by a 3rd party insurance firm and written into the price of the tv.
you'll get your set repaired once within a 5 year period.

go for the cheaper option


I could be wrong, but I think you get the set repaired as many times as is required for the full 5 years. It is only if they have to give you a replacement or pay you for a new tv that the contract ceases, in which case you buy a new tv with a new warranty. I agree that most extended warranties are a complete rip off (I used to have to try and sell them when I worked at Comet many moons ago) but the John Lewis one is pretty good considering the small extra outlay.

I could be wrong about this, but having a quick read through their terms and conditions seems to imply what I'm saying.
#18
from talking to some people on some consumer forums heres what I get about these free warranties from a guy who works for Legal & general who JL use

If your tv breaks down after 5 years and can't be repaired then your 5 years will be taken in to account. You will be made an offer to cover your use of the product. You will have used 5/6ths of the expected life (under the sale of goods act) so you will have a claim for the 1/6th you did not use. If your tv cost £1000 it will be broken down to £166.66 a year. That is all legally they have to offer you. With an extended warranty that you pay extra for if it breaks and can not be repaired then it will be replaced in full at any time during that 5 years.

if it CAN be repaired, then they will take it to a subcontracted TV repair firm and get a quote for the price of the repair inc all labour, delivery and VAT charges and if its price is under the original price paid for the TV, the repair will be done.
if its more, they will ask you to cough up the difference.
#19
I still think thats not brilliant and certainly not worth the extra. I'm not a big fan of extended warranties, suppose I've been lucky with most of my purchases, but whenever something has broke, its been in the biggest possible way (washing machine catching fire for example), and theres no way the extended warranty was going to cover it. They did offer us some cash upto the value for the thing at the moment it started smoking, but that was 2 1/2 years into a 3 year warranty. It wasnt worth paying the extra to get it fixed when we could have spent around the same to buy a new model. extended warranties were all the rage a few years back.... thank god thats over!
banned#20
deeplink
I still think thats not brilliant and certainly not worth the extra. I'm not a big fan of extended warranties, suppose I've been lucky with most of my purchases, but whenever something has broke, its been in the biggest possible way (washing machine catching fire for example), and theres no way the extended warranty was going to cover it. They did offer us some cash upto the value for the thing at the moment it started smoking, but that was 2 1/2 years into a 3 year warranty. It wasnt worth paying the extra to get it fixed when we could have spent around the same to buy a new model. extended warranties were all the rage a few years back.... thank god thats over!


So you have a bad experience with a washing machine and decide that all extended warranties are rubbish?! Good thinking, Einstein!
#21
The price of HDTV are dropping rapidly on a weekly basis. I would highly advise to wait.

Here is a graph of the price comparison for the last few months. You may notice the steep drop in price recently.

as their is recession and credit crunch and people are buying less, retailers will have no choice to reduce price further.

Also John lewis and currys price match. Email or call both of them up. That way you will know you will have he cheapest possible.

http://www.nextag.co.uk/LE32A456C/zzukzB1z0--search-html
#22
riz786123
The price of HDTV are dropping rapidly on a weekly basis. I would highly advise to wait.

Here is a graph of the price comparison for the last few months. You may notice the steep drop in price recently.

as their is recession and credit crunch and people are buying less, retailers will have no choice to reduce price further.

Also John lewis and currys price match. Email or call both of them up. That way you will know you will have he cheapest possible.

http://www.nextag.co.uk/LE32A456C/zzukzB1z0--search-html


Your entire post is flawed. Currys won't price match dixons as its online only. You would have to find a very lenient currys manager to allow you to do so.

In terms of the site you linked to, firstly it is highly unreliable. It states currys are the only place to have, its out of stock and the price is £499. All of which is wrong! Plus it states this TV has a DVD player which it clearly does not! Also the "retailers will have no choice to reduce the price further" - how much do you think they make on these products? They can only be reduced down a certain amount before the retailer make a loss! I have a feeling retailers are not making much at selling this TV at £320 once overheads have been taken into account.
#23
Mascherano
So you have a bad experience with a washing machine and decide that all extended warranties are rubbish?! Good thinking, Einstein!


erm.. yes, thats exactly what I'm saying :thumbsup: I may well change my mind if i hear some good experiences!!
#24
With the stand this is an amazing deal!
#25
Currently this is for £327.
other 4 series samsung are going for about £318 dabs, richardsounds (which will also price match- and smash any price).

Samsung 3 series- going for £299.

Whats the cheapest samsung 3 ,4,5 series will go down to?

Is it worth waiting till Jan sales?
#26
is alwayz cheaper after christmas,

worth waiting especialy times of recession. what do you guys reckon?

Who else is thinking of getting a samsung 32" or sony 32". Sony are really expensive.

Any good deals offers for Sony please post.
#27
How is dixons customer service?
#28
dixons customer service is too too bad, but if you get a problem you got the hassle of sending it back

comet and curry's are doing this TV for £349 instore, thats where i got mine this morning! saves the hassle of sending it back if you get any problems
#29
This is a great tv - VERY clear and looks great wall mounted - picked ours up last week from play at £329. happy to answer any q's if need be :)
#30
Is it worth waiting till Jan sales?

whats the cheapest it can go down to for this samsung 4 series?
#31
riz786123
Is it worth waiting till Jan sales?

whats the cheapest it can go down to for this samsung 4 series?


Its impossible for anyone to know that! Different companies get them at different prices based on how many they buy.
#32
can someone list companies that will price match, with contact email & number

thanks
#33
Mike73
I'd personally rather spend a bit more and get from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty for £349


Thanks for the post. Paid £390 at JL a couple of weeks ago. Will now get them to pricematch and claim back £41 :thumbsup:
1 Like #34
riz786123

as their is recession and credit crunch and people are buying less, retailers will have no choice to reduce price further.

http://www.nextag.co.uk/LE32A456C/zzukzB1z0--search-html


THERE not THEIR!
But more to the point there is a limit as to how far these prices will fall.
You seem to have ignored the dramatic fall in sterling against the dollar and it is only a matter of time before prices start to rise because of this. It could be that prices are almost at their bottom.
#35
ok, alecb, no need to SHOUT,

ok prices are almost at their bottom.

In your opinion do you reckon prices will :

drop down further,
stay the same
or increase.

Which of the most likly will happen to you alecb and everyone else
#36
Mike73
I'd personally rather spend a bit more and get from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty for £349


Currently out of stock at John Lewis anyway.
#37
Robbo11
Currently out of stock at John Lewis anyway.


Fair enough, wasn't when I posted though, so I guess some people must have thought the 5 year warranty and superior after sales service was worth it!:thumbsup:
#38
stuck between 3 LCDs now, anyone know which handles SD better?

the samsung on this deal

or
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/294840/toshiba-32cv505db-32-16-9-hd-ready-/

or
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131916
#39
minimal_fuss
stuck between 3 LCDs now, anyone know which handles SD better?

the samsung on this deal

or
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/294840/toshiba-32cv505db-32-16-9-hd-ready-/

or
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131916



Not really in a position to comment as I don't have any of them, but I would personally go for the Toshiba or Samsung over the Vistron, especially as it isn't much cheaper.

The Vistron may well have a Samsung panel (possibly even the same one as the Samsung tv here), however it won't have the Samsung electronics to go with it, also unless the price is quite significantly better at eBuyer I'd rather buy a big item like a TV from somewhere with a better eftersales reputation just in case. Don't get me wrong, I've bought many things from eBuyer in the past, and never had a problem, but I've heard of too many horror stories to spend £300 on a TV from them.

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