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Samsung LE32C530 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV - now £305.24 + FREE delivery at Amazon

£305.24 @ Amazon
* Samsung Full HD 1080P LCD TV * Connect your movies, photos and music easily to your TV via USB * Anynet+ lets you one-touch control any compatible Samsung device connected via HDMI … Read More
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* Samsung Full HD 1080P LCD TV
* Connect your movies, photos and music easily to your TV via USB
* Anynet+ lets you one-touch control any compatible Samsung device connected via HDMI
* 3 HDMI slots let you connect more devices in HD quality
* Wide Colour Enhancer brings the true colour of your picture to life
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#1
hot
#2
Reviews are good for this screen and a nice media player built in that can play MKV's. This could be my bedroom set purchase, unless any recommendations....
#3
Looks like a remarkable deal. I expect this to get very hot!
#4
Bought this TV about a month ago from Amazon. Brilliant service and an excellent TV.
#5
From the tech specs:

Feature -- [email protected] -- No


Edited By: kaku_lala on Oct 14, 2010 14:03: edit
#6
loopie
Reviews are good for this screen and a nice media player built in that can play MKV's. This could be my bedroom set purchase, unless any recommendations....

Where does it state it can play MKV's??
#7
azune
loopie
Reviews are good for this screen and a nice media player built in that can play MKV's. This could be my bedroom set purchase, unless any recommendations....


Where does it state it can play MKV's??


One of the reviewers states that it can play MKV's
#8
Bought this a few days ago, one of the few which are excellent for console gaming, input lag is said to be only ~14ms. Also has support for playback of Blu-ray at 24 fps (which the C580 doesn't seem to have) which ended up with me buying this instead. Overall very happy with it after having done some difficult TV hunting for a few months.

Some customer reviews spoke of some motion blur but I have yet to spot any. And yes it can support MKV, I just tried one on a USB stick, but I'm going to hook up my PC to TV via HDMI instead for playback :)

edit: a review: http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le32c530-le40c530-20100813815.htm


Edited By: aarste on Oct 14, 2010 14:15: grammar, added hdtvtest review
#9
Amazon were doing a 37" 1080p 100hz tosh lcd with media and network play for 324 quid last week.had better connectivity as well 4 hdmi etc. Much better deal for an extra 20 quid
#11
Cheap but its not 1080p still great screen and br and pc is only thing you would use with a higher res. The 37" tosh had frerviee hd as well
#12
I have this model and the media player is excellent - plays 720p MKV files no problem, so far only had one file that would not play and it was a highly compressed 130mb MKV file - I havent tried a 1080p movie yet but I read it can handle that also. Its a great TV and thats cheaper than I paid for it.
Also one of the best for Gaming if you thinking of using it for that.
#13
hmm... was about to buy the LE32C580 for £40 more! http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-le32c580-32-inch-tv-freevie/764139/#post9576832 shall i save myself some money? i cant see any major differnces other than the extra hdmi slot..
#14
On a 32" screen the.difference between 1080p and 720p is unnoticeable. People are scare mongered into thinking there is
#15
Yes it is 1080p

alera
Cheap but its not 1080p still great screen and br and pc is only thing you would use with a higher res. The 37" tosh had frerviee hd as well
#16
I have this. Great TV for the price. I paid about £30 more from Richer Sounds but this is hot.

USB port has played the .avi movies I have, just need to turn the sound way up on some of files?? Also charges ipod touch / phone etc which is pretty handy.
#17
alera
Cheap but its not 1080p still great screen and br and pc is only thing you would use with a higher res. The 37" tosh had frerviee hd as well
It is 1080p.

slangrish
hmm... was about to buy the LE32C580 for £40 more! http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-le32c580-32-inch-tv-freevie/764139/#post9576832 shall i save myself some money? i cant see any major differnces other than the extra hdmi slot..
The 580 has Freeview HD built in. That and the additional HDMI port are the ONLY differences.

jonnypb
On a 32" screen the.difference between 1080p and 720p is unnoticeable. People are scare mongered into thinking there is
It is noticeable (to me at least). It depends on the viewing distance and your eyesight.
#18
jonnypb
On a 32" screen the.difference between 1080p and 720p is unnoticeable. People are scare mongered into thinking there is

Oh how wrong you are.
#19
hi, you can get this tv for £ 302.53 at dixons use "3DEAL" code to get 3% off £ 311.89 normal price.
#20
Been looking for a 32" HDTV in this price range for a while, this one seems to fit the bill nicely with 95% positive reviews so I've gone for it, thanks. It'll be here on Saturday thanks to my amazon prime trial.
#21
Ordered one at the weekend and it was only £301 including delivery, using the £10 off voucher.

Hopefully it will live up to the reviews.
#22
alera
Cheap but its not 1080p still great screen and br and pc is only thing you would use with a higher res. The 37" tosh had frerviee hd as well


The samsung is full 1080p. I bought this and posted it a few weeks ago. I paid £295 instore in tesco. My friend has a sony bravia 32" full hd, side by side comparison shows that the samsung has a better, sharper picture...
#23
Does this have built in freeview, I can't seem to find it mentioned as a yes or no on the spec list

Edited By: wantthatone on Oct 14, 2010 16:51: spelling
#24
I have this tv. Got it for the same price last month from ebuyer. I think it's great and it's good that it plays avi and mkv files straight from USB. It recognises my 250gb hard drive which is awesome. Can also play avi files with sub files(My xbox or ps3 can't do this)

Edited By: sdavi3680 on Oct 14, 2010 16:52: crrrr
#25
built in freeview - yes
#26
It is full 1080p hd

Edited By: sdavi3680 on Oct 14, 2010 16:53: Kimchi
#27
so its just freeview not freeview hd?
#28
slangrish
so its just freeview not freeview hd?


Correct.
#29
Dim blonde here!

if it's just freeview does that mean soon I will have to buy a new freeview box and perch it somewhere behind the telly if I put it on the wall?

Edited By: wantthatone on Oct 14, 2010 17:20: cccc
#30
wantthatone
Dim blonde here!

if it's just freeview does that mean soon I will have to buy a new freeview box and perch it somewhere behind the telly if I put it on the wall?


No sure what you're asking there? This TV has standard definition freeview built in, if when your area gets Freeview HD you will need to buy a Freeview HD box yes, but it can go wherever you like, connected to the TV via HDMI I'd imagine.
#31
Thanks weenie beenie, I meant the telly being on the wall so where the heck do you put a HD freeview box? Don't fancy having to have wires on view and an ugly box on the end of it sat on the floor.
#32
You should get the C580 then.

wantthatone
Thanks weenie beenie, I meant the telly being on the wall so where the heck do you put a HD freeview box? Don't fancy having to have wires on view and an ugly box on the end of it sat on the floor.
#33
yeah does play mkv files i got one in my bedroom very good tv.
#34
jonnypb
On a 32" screen the.difference between 1080p and 720p is unnoticeable. People are scare mongered into thinking there is

No, people like you just post wrong information on something you know nothing about.

You can notice the difference between 1080p and 720p on a 20" set, never mind a 32" set, you just need to be sat close enough.

Surely by now in 2010, this myth should have well and truely gone by now. People like you don't help the matter by posting what you do.
#35
[quote=Civic EG6]You should get the C580 then.

Just taken a look thanks, looks better for me in that case. Actually the all singing and dancing C650 is a hundred and a bit more, that looks pretty smart too!
#36
I have this TV and it's great. I got it with 369 from Currys month ago, I am very happy with it. For this price it's a bargain with the media player included.
#37
I need a tv but so many different deals to go for.
#38
No idea how this has got so hot when it is available for precious little more (£329.95) at John Lewis complete with 5 year warranty!

http://www.johnlewis.com/231078550/Product.aspx
#39
Who's going to keep a tv for 5 years these days?
#40
Petetobin
Who's going to keep a tv for 5 years these days?


Why wouldn't you? - what are you expecting to happen? Roll it up and put in your pocket TVs perhaps? I am no Nostrodamus, but in 5 years time, you will be surprised to see very little difference, OK, most may well be LED for the same price range as Fluorescent backlit; 3D definitely will be a historical novelty, as such a small proportion of the population can see it properly in the first place, and it is the same tedious technology as has been tried several times since the 1950s in the cinema
LED and 3d is all that has happened in the last 5 years, so I suspect even LESS will happen in the next, maning hwat you buy now should be pretty OK then, especially so if you go for a model with Freeview HD or Integrated Freesat, meaning no extra box to accommodate underneath!

The TVs on sale now are only very subtly different to what I was looking at when I bought my current CRT model nearly 5 years ago, the only real difference being price, oh, and they are all black not silver! (Decent quality LCD then was 3 to 3.5 times the price of CRT in the price range I was looking at. My own experience of LCD displays on Laptops and monitors means 5 years isn't a very likely lifespan, and I don't want to be forced to buy a new TV in as little as 12 months time,

Even if you don't have an older TV as your main TV, they have a useful second life as a Bedroom TV,(whereas CRT sets are TOO bulky) although in my case I have a better 32" LCD tv in my Bedroom than my main TV, purely as my CRT is still working, and is every bit as good a picture on Standard Definition as anything I would be buying, so I am waiting to see the right offer when I replace it, rather than having to buy when I NEED one as it is bust..

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