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Samsung UE32B6000 32" HD 1080P LED TV £629.99 Delivered @ DIXONS

£629.99 @ Dixons
he Samsung UE32B6000 32 1080p LED TV has been beautifully designed to enhance your viewing experience, delivering a visual and audio experience far beyond the expectations of an ordinary television. …
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he Samsung UE32B6000 32 1080p LED TV has been beautifully designed to enhance your viewing experience, delivering a visual and audio experience far beyond the expectations of an ordinary television.

With Crystal TV design and beautiful Rose Black frame, the Samsung UE32B6000 32 1080p LED TV has Ultra Clear Panel and LED technology, resulting in an unbelievable contrast ratio using a vast range of rich and vibrant colours. The UE32B6000 uses 100 Hz Motion Technology, for smooth flowing images without any blur or distortion even with the most fast-paced sports or action movies, while its SRS TruSurround HD sound system ensures youll feel as if youre at the heart of the all the action!

Samsung have slim-lined every aspect it is environmentally friendly using less power and at just only 29.9mm thick the UE32B6000 32 1080p LED TV is the thinnest TV currently on the market with an in-built digital TV tuner. Featuring 4x HDMI, 1x Component and 2 USB ports, you get a fantastic choice when connecting all your peripheral devices.

* 100Hz
* Built-in digital TV tuner
* 4x HDMI, 1x Component
* Samsung LED Engine

* SRS TruSound HD
* Only 29.9mm deep
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#1
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#2
would someone actually pay this much for a 32"?
some 50" cost that much, but maybe thats too big.
#3
BiGT-
would someone actually pay this much for a 32"?
some 50" cost that much, but maybe thats too big.


But this is LED not standard LCD and as new technology is more expensive by nature. Personally I dont think the almost doubled price over the LCD equivalent is worth it, but if you want new stuff straight away you always pay a premium.
#4
garbage456
This is LED not LCD, these were £1200 a month ago


Strictly speaking these are actually still LCD tv's - they are just side lit by LED making the panel thinner, and some would argue improving the picture. They are not OLED tv's which are due out later this or early next year.

For this model this is a very good price - but expect it to crash when the full LED appears
#5
There’s a review of the 40” version at AVForums which doesn’t recommend it. This 32” model is no longer listed on Samsung UK and has been replaced so you are buying an early spec of a new technology at what is still a high price. It does support one SCART input using an adapter cable.
#6
guv
A mini is cheaper than a Mercedes too!

I will be making a purchase of a LED set within the next 2 months. 32" may be big enough - or may go bigger. This is a considerable reduction on recent prices on this new technology.



Surely you didn't just compare a samsung product to a mercedes:-D
#7
Excellent Price, I nearly bought this a week ago when it was £649.99, but opted for a Sony instead.
#8
That looks fancy... At last tellies are coming out that might just fit on my 10cm shelf and let me close the doors on it!

Probably best to wait for a price drop though as £630 - albeit a good deal now - is a bit out of my reach!
#9
garbage456
This is LED not LCD, these were £1200 a month ago


The 40" LED's have been £800 in currys for about the last 4-5 weeks, before that they were £999 :thumbsup:, I have never seen this TV for £1200 anywhere.
#10
£700 at CDiscount with a chance of a 40% account credit with England looking to win the Ashes provided it doesn't rain too much tomorrow; the forecast is for light rain. :w00t:

Guaranteed 20% credit = 700 - 140 = £560
Possible 40% credit = 700 - 280 = £420.
Worth a punt maybe!
#11
Agharta
£700 at CDiscount with a chance of a 40% account credit with England looking to win the Ashes provided it doesn't rain too much tomorrow; the forecast is for light rain. :w00t:

Guaranteed 20% credit = 700 - 140 = £560
Possible 40% credit = 700 - 280 = £420.
Worth a punt maybe!


Out of stock.
#12
stevemac1
Out of stock.

They had them in stock 2 hours ago but the cricket is finished now anyway.
They've sold out of a lot of items in the last 48 hours. I did my bit to help.:-D
#13
checkley73
Strictly speaking these are actually still LCD tv's - they are just side lit by LED making the panel thinner, and some would argue improving the picture. They are not OLED tv's which are due out later this or early next year.

For this model this is a very good price - but expect it to crash when the full LED appears
What he says +1. True OLED displays will arrive soon, and by next year will cost the same as traditional LCD. Samsung are actually pulling a fast one with this because it still uses 90% LCD technology. Saying that, this is one of the better 32" LCD screens (as you would expect for the price).
#14
Orville
What he says +1. True OLED displays will arrive soon, and by next year will cost the same as traditional LCD. Samsung are actually pulling a fast one with this because it still uses 90% LCD technology. Saying that, this is one of the better 32" LCD screens (as you would expect for the price).


I hate to pick, but that is some wild optimism on the part of OLED comercialisation. The chance of oled TV's being in the same price/performance area of LCD or plasma by the end of the NEXT decade is slim. There are serious issues with the cost, performance and lifetime of OLED panels, specifically the blue emmitting material. Its one thing to get oleds in a 3" phone screen but that doesnt scale quite so easily to a 40" tv, LCD's were in calculators and watches for nearly 20 years before they really broke into the TV market.

The whole 'LED' thing by samsung is just a marketing jibe, i seem to remember reading that it annoyed sony, LG et. al. for being a bit misleading. anyway OLED rant over, i saw one of these on display and the picture was great, beautifully slim but probably not worth over 600 quid.

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