Samsung LE32A558P3 - 32'' Widescreen 1080P Full HD LCD TV with Freeview and 24fps - £439.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Samsung LE32A558P3 - 32'' Widescreen 1080P Full HD LCD TV with Freeview and 24fps - £439.99 @ Amazon

£439.99 @ Amazon
A great spec tv for only £439.99 at Amazon, with great reviews too! Full HD 1080p technology with 32'' widescreen format LCD TV Integrated IDTV tuner capable of receiving free to air digital chann… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
A great spec tv for only £439.99 at Amazon, with great reviews too!

Full HD 1080p technology with 32'' widescreen format LCD TV
Integrated IDTV tuner capable of receiving free to air digital channels plus analogue tuner compatible with analogue broadcasts
3 x HDMI sockets in total for excellent connectivity , 1 side connection and two rear connections , featuring HDMI version 1.3
Screen resolution of 1920 pixels horizontal and 1080 pixels vertical
1080p 24 fps Real Movie mode
15,000:1 Contrast ratio
Samsung's second generation Digital Natural Image Engine Plus technology (DNIe+) and Movie Plus Technology
Speaker output 2 x 10 watts with Nicam Stereo or Mono A2 and SRS TruSurround effect
Anynet+ compatible
Teletext level 2.5
Single tuner Picture In Picture capable of displaying second feed source material
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#1
seems expensive for 32 inch, i paid £269 at xmas for sammy 32incher
banned#2
If thats the case does seem alot lol http://weddingepisode.com/imgs/signature_excuse1.jpg
#3
1080p on a 32" TV. If you sit very close to the TV you might appreciate it. 720p is enough and cheaper.
#4
http://whathifi.com/Review/Samsung-LE32A558/

Unless you bought a 5 series then it is pointless saying you paid £260 for a "32" Sammy"
Was it a 457 or a 437 or even an old model Bordeaux?

Is the best price for this model, but not too sure if this is worth the extra £100 over the 457?
#5
Cozworth806
http://whathifi.com/Review/Samsung-LE32A558/

Unless you bought a 5 series then it is pointless saying you paid £260 for a "32" Sammy"
Was it a 457 or a 437 or even an old model Bordeaux?

Is the best price for this model, but not too sure if this is worth the extra £100 over the 457?


was only a comment, chill :whistling: it was a 456 model
#6
I saw a 32" Samsung TV in Sainsbury's the other day for £330, don't know which model it was though...
#7
jt-160
I saw a 32" Samsung TV in Sainsbury's the other day for £330, don't know which model it was though...


it wouldnt have been a series 5 model at that price. all the cheap 32" tvs arent 1080p. whether 1080p on a 32" set is worth it, thats up to you to decide...

i'm trying to find a 37" S6 samsung, but this is a good price for this set
#8
I know most people will have noticed this, but please note this is a 1080p set, so please compare accordingly ie. with other 32" 1080p TVs, preferably of the same series or quality.

There is a big price difference between 720p and 1080p sets, and there is a definite advantage in having a 1080p TV when using it in conjunction with a PC or viewing Blu-Ray movies, even though this isn't a requirement for some people.

I don't want to start a massive flaming/debating session on 720 vs 1080p etc, as this can be found on other threads on HUKD, but I personally wouldn't be so blasé when making comparisons. That is all.
#9
Zerobob
I know most people will have noticed this, but please note this is a 1080p set, so please compare accordingly ie. with other 32" 1080p TVs, preferably of the same series or quality.

There is a big price difference between 720p and 1080p sets, and there is a definite advantage in having a 1080p TV when using it in conjunction with a PC or viewing Blu-Ray movies, even though this isn't a requirement for some people.

I don't want to start a massive flaming/debating session on 720 vs 1080p etc, as this can be found on other threads on HUKD, but I personally wouldn't be so blasé when making comparisons. That is all.


Completely agree with this :thumbsup:

Too many people are making statements about things without doing a suitbale comparison.

Saying 'I saw a TV for £5 the other day' does not make this a bad deal.
#10
But £440 for a 32" LCD doesn't make this a good deal either, 1080p or not.
#11
cheapskate58
But £440 for a 32" LCD doesn't make this a good deal either, 1080p or not.


In that case what's the point of buying anything other than the cheapest, crappiest TV?

If you've done your research and decided that this is the TV for you (for whatever reason) and this is the cheapest price available then it's a good deal.
#12
Cold deal.

Can find some 37" LCDs that are 1080P, for a little more.
#13
Darklord
Cold deal.

Can find some 37" LCDs that are 1080P, for a little more.


What if are looking for a 32" and dont require a 37", does that make it cold?
#14
i got this for £450 at xmas with 3 years warranty great tv definately notice the difference between thiis and the 4 series. my mate has the 4 series and we run casino royale on bluray (ps3) through them side-by-side from 5 feet away. 5 series was by far better
#15
Guswold
In that case what's the point of buying anything other than the cheapest, crappiest TV?

If you've done your research and decided that this is the TV for you (for whatever reason) and this is the cheapest price available then it's a good deal.


You sort of miss the point don't you - it's 32", it's LCD, it's £440:p
#16
cheapskate58
You sort of miss the point don't you - it's 32", it's LCD, it's £440:p


Not really - if I was looking for this TV and this was the lowest price then it's a hot deal. Doesn't take much to figure that out.

You obviously don't want like it - fine. So, don't buy it. But to vote it cold just because you don't like it is ridiculous.

Now, if you can tell us where it's cheaper elsewhere that WOULD be interesting...
1 Like #17
You're basically wasting your money if you buy this.

Why would you buy a 32" 1080p screen when at a normal viewing distance you could not tell the difference from a 720p? You wouldn't...

As for voting this cold, it should be as it is a cold piece of equipment that someone may buy if voted hot.
#18
Guswold
Not really - if I was looking for this TV and this was the lowest price then it's a hot deal. Doesn't take much to figure that out.

You obviously don't want like it - fine. So, don't buy it. But to vote it cold just because you don't like it is ridiculous.

Now, if you can tell us where it's cheaper elsewhere that WOULD be interesting...


It's not a deal or a bargain simply because it's currently the lowest price available. Otherwise this site would degenerate into being a price-comparison site.
#19
cheapskate58
It's not a deal or a bargain simply because it's currently the lowest price available. Otherwise this site would degenerate into being a price-comparison site.


Oh, silly me, I thought finding the lowest price for something you want was EXACTLY the point of this site... but no, it's obviously designed for people to randomly spout off about their own personal preferences.
#20
Guswold
Oh, silly me, I thought finding the lowest price for something you want was EXACTLY the point of this site... but no, it's obviously designed for people to randomly spout off about their own personal preferences.


Nah, you got it wrong Guswold:p
#21
Obviously... :whistling:
#22
You said it:p

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