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SAMSUNG UE32C4000 32" LED TV £329.99 @ Amazon

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6y, 4w agoFound 6 years, 4 weeks ago
Samsung UE32C4000 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready 50Hz Slim LED TV with Freeview

Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features

* 32" HD Ready LED Screen
* Freeview Tuner
* 1366 x 768
* 4 x HDMI Ports
* Dolby Digital Plus Sound

Technical Details

Screen size: 32 inches
Television type: LED
LED technology: Edge LED technology
3D TV: No
Digital Tuner Type
Freeview tuner: Yes
Freeview HD tuner: No
Freesat HD tuner: No
Picture
Screen resolution: HD Ready
Frame rate: 50Hz
Contrast ratio: Mega
Response time: tbc
Brightness: tbc
Light sensor: No
Picture enhancement: Wide colourenhancer
24p technology: Yes
Viewing angle: Wide
Internet Features
Wireless internet: Not featured
DLNA: No
Connectivity
HDMI connections: 4
Scart connections: 1
Component video connection: Yes
USB port: 1
SD card slot: No
CI slot for pay channel module: Yes
Optical connection: Yes
Can be used as a PC monitor: Yes
Headphone socket: Yes
Sound
Sound system: Dolby
Audio power output (RMS): 20 watts
General Features
Weight: 9.200kg
Unboxed dimensions: tbc
on/off timer: Yes
Built in disc player: No
Bluetooth enabled: No
Record to USB: No
Swivel stand: Yes
Wall mountable: Yes
Wall mount VESA compatible: 200
Electronic programme guide: 8 days
iPod dock: No
3D Accessories: N/A
Other features
1366x768 Pixel Resolution
55/0.5watts :in use/powered-down power consumption
Desktop TV stand included
Freeview built-in
1 RGB enabled scart socket
S-Video connection
Audio and video inputs
16:9 widescreen format
DVI connection
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#1
Nice TV, awful speakers.
#2
If ever I've been close to putting a brick through my 20 year old telly it's now!
#3
The TV seems to be nice but the review are not very good.
#4
KarlAnthonyPeel
Nice TV, awful speakers.

Flat screen TV speakers are never good these days. Thats why its always good to buy a 5.1 amp too if you can.
#5
SUPER HOT - THANKS
#6
Nice to see LED starting to lose alot of it's premium. I had a suspicion they didn't cost much more to make than regular LCD.

Shame it's only HD ready (yeah, I know, I know, arguably you can't see the difference at this size, but I'm wanting one to maybe also use with a PC)

Edited By: Baron Jerk-Off on Nov 12, 2010 10:30
#7
ThunderBolt
If ever I've been close to putting a brick through my 20 year old telly it's now!


Don't do that stick it on Freegle some one will take it off your hands locally.

http://www.ilovefreegle.org/
2 Likes #8
ThunderBolt
If ever I've been close to putting a brick through my 20 year old telly it's now!


Give it another 20 years mate, by that time we will have holograms for a TV ;). Why go thru this intermediate step.
#9
Robiesanta
ThunderBolt
If ever I've been close to putting a brick through my 20 year old telly it's now!
Give it another 20 years mate, by that time we will have holograms for a TV ;). Why go thru this intermediate step.

Heheh... Brilliant!

Can't bring myself to get rid of it. Great telly, great picture and fantastic sound. Just a wee bit on the bulky side. Tried wall mounting it but next door but one started moaning about subsidence... oO

The only way I could part with it is if it were to break down but it's still going solid after all these years. As good a deal as this Samsung is, I reckon my current telly will outlast the lot.

Off to do a raindance and hang the arial out of the window!
#10
1366 x 768 = poo
#11
Moooorish
1366 x 768 = poo


I think your comment is poo.
#12
Baron Jerk-Off
Nice to see LED starting to lose alot of it's premium. I had a suspicion they didn't cost much more to make than regular LCD.Shame it's only HD ready (yeah, I know, I know, arguably you can't see the difference at this size, but I'm wanting one to maybe also use with a PC)

You can see the difference if sat close enough. People just say that when they don't know what they are talking about.
#13
I bought one of these two weeks ago and compared to my old lcd tv the pictures great, but I must admit the speakers are not and will proberly get surround sound like most people with lcd tv's. £329 for a quality name can't be bad.
#14
how to make my samsung ue32c4000 swivel stand swivel, when I install my stand as per the instruction booklet, it just could not move at all. can anyone help? many thanks.
#15
alet23
The TV seems to be nice but the review are not very good.


Have you been reviewing the right tv ----- this one has very good reviews from Amazon (users) and
9 out of 10 from test freaks and 9 out of 10 on Reevoo.
The other comments about speakers and i have also read on line about lack of Bass ---- the tvs are so thin it is impracticable to expect the same speaker performance you may of had in a CRT,so a home surround sound cinema system attached is the way to go.

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