Samsung Series 4 32" LE32A436 HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV £329.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Screen Size: 32"
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8500:1
HD Ready
Backlight: C C F L
IDTV (Freeview)
DNIe +
Audio
Sound Effect System: SRS Trusurround
Sound Output(RMS): 10W x 2
Speaker: A2 / NiCAM
Input & Output(Side): HDMI
Composite (AV)
S-Video
Headphone
Input & Output(Back): HDMI 2
PC input (D-sub): 1
Component(Y/Pb/Pr): 1
RF Input: 1
Optical sound out 1
RS232C (for Service only): 1
Scart 2
Cabinet Colour: Black / White
Swivel (left/right)
Features
Sleep Timer Yes
Clock & On/Off timer
Auto Channel Search
Auto Power Off
Auto Volume Leveller
Teletext(TTXT): TTX Level 1.5
OSD Language: EU 22EA
System Colour system: EU Multi
Power: 220V
Description



With a design that is simply redefined, the Samsung LCD TV Series 4 delivers delight to your eyes. Its' slim style refreshes your living space and uplifts your emotions, creating entertainment that is more enjoyable. Its' pristine picture quality offers an outstanding HDTV experience that redefines how you connect with the digital world.

HD Ready
Redefine your viewing experience with HD ready TV. Experience colour and detail like never before as movies, sports and gaming burst to life on your screen.

8500:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
With a Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 8500:1, images are presented with power, precision and lifelike detail. The Digital Dynamic Contrast is controlled by a variable backlight behind the panel. The internal dimming or brightening of the LCD backlight creates incredibly dark and bright images making for a clearer natural image.

DNIe +
Indulge you eyes with the clearest, most natural images imaginable. DNIe + produces an incredible depth of detail that captures your eyes and unlocks your senses. It's advanced Colour and Motion Optimisers deliver incredibly lifelike images, and Contrast and Detail Enhancers combine to provide you with deeper depth of colour.

Entertainment Mode
Entertainment mode provides 3 preset hot-keys which allow you to access an optimised viewing environment for movies, games and sports. With dynamic fast motion imaging, detail enhancement and colours that burst with life, entertainment mode will engage your attention and put you right in the picture.

Wide Colour Enhancer 2
The colours perfected by nature remain vibrant and pure with Samsung's Wide Colour Enhancer 2 technology. Images are saturated with vivid, natural colour due to the expanded range of colour expression. By strengthening the red, green and blue colours the depth and intensity are added to images that might have previously looked weak.

3 HDMI
100% pure digital connection synchronises audio and video signals, ensuring no data loss and pure viewing perfection. Equipped with 3HDMI inputs, the Samsung LCD TV Series 4 is more than a sensational TV; it has the ability to be the centrepiece of your digital world.
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#1
Dont forget the RAC 5% Discount code.
#3
This TV has a very good picture for the price, definitely on a par with the Sony Bravia KDL32V4000 that's been at the same price at a few places!
#4
I am looking for a new tv, almost went for this until I saw it was with Play.com, phew lucky escape.:whistling:
#5
why not get the 42"plasma hd samsung from littlewoods for only 40-50 more??

COLD
#6
saw a Panny 32" in an argos clearance mag yesterday sure it was £399 prob the LXD 8 model

its on their web site for £420 so not sure wots going on - pannys are always rated though.
#7
zeshan95
why not get the 42"plasma hd samsung from littlewoods for only 40-50 more??

COLD



Erm let's see...maybe because the larger plasma is infact £449 which is £120 more expensive, not quite sure where you studied maths but there you go. Or how about people needing tv's for kids bedrooms etc and do not have adequate size for a 42" plasma. Or what about the row over lcd v plasma??? I think that you have totally underestimated the deal on offer here and it would be worth you while to think before commenting.

The upgrade to this TV can be found on tribal.co.uk for £348.50 using the discount codes found on this site. The contrast ratio is slightly better boasting 10,000:1 which I would say is worth that extra bit of cash. Plus it's the newer model and less likely to be out of date in a weeks time. There are bound to be better deals just before crimmy but I realise that people need those TV's now!!! I bought the LG 37" for £400 at Currys a few weeks ago and I'm well impressed with it.

Take care bargain hunters...
#8
#9
:xThe RAC voucher seems to have suspended. unless i am doing it wrong! any one else having any problems with it?
#10
inajiffi
Erm let's see...maybe because the larger plasma is infact £449 which is £120 more expensive, not quite sure where you studied maths but there you go. Or how about people needing tv's for kids bedrooms etc and do not have adequate size for a 42" plasma. Or what about the row over lcd v plasma??? I think that you have totally underestimated the deal on offer here and it would be worth you while to think before commenting.

The upgrade to this TV can be found on tribal.co.uk for £348.50 using the discount codes found on this site. The contrast ratio is slightly better boasting 10,000:1 which I would say is worth that extra bit of cash. Plus it's the newer model and less likely to be out of date in a weeks time. There are bound to be better deals just before crimmy but I realise that people need those TV's now!!! I bought the LG 37" for £400 at Currys a few weeks ago and I'm well impressed with it.

Take care bargain hunters...


obviously taking into account the littlewoods voucher, so dont try to be a smart ass by pointing out the obvious. and after quidco i got the 42" for 350, so this tv should cost proportionatly less. its about value for money and these 32" tellys shouldnt be in 42" territory prices

definitely take care bargain hunters!....
#11
It's more the 42" is in 32" TV price ranges, not the other way round.

It'll be a long long while before the DECENT spec 40"+ Plasmas (i.e. Full 1080p HD etc.) will cost similar.
#12
Skyboat
It's more the 42" is in 32" TV price ranges, not the other way round.

It'll be a long long while before the DECENT spec 40"+ Plasmas (i.e. Full 1080p HD etc.) will cost similar.


Its only the beginning of the price drops on TVs, who knows what better deals there are round the corner (January sales?)

Thats why this deal isnt that great..
#13
"...Erm let's see...maybe because the larger plasma is infact £449 which is £120 more expensive, not quite sure where you studied maths but there you go. Or how about people needing tv's for kids bedrooms etc and do not have adequate size for a 42" plasma. Or what about the row over lcd v plasma??? I think that you have totally underestimated the deal on offer here and it would be worth you while to think before commenting.

The upgrade to this TV can be found on tribal.co.uk for £348.50 using the discount codes found on this site. The contrast ratio is slightly better boasting 10,000:1 which I would say is worth that extra bit of cash. Plus it's the newer model and less likely to be out of date in a weeks time. There are bound to be better deals just before crimmy but I realise that people need those TV's now!!! I bought the LG 37" for £400 at Currys a few weeks ago and I'm well impressed with it..."

All ive got to say is that you need to CHEW ASS, because you are clearly an incompetent prat, who has a girlfriend/inflatable doll avatar

have great day wit your rip off tv as i got a 42" with 20000:1 contrast ratio for £20 more

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