Samsung 32" LED HD Tv £229.99 @ Argos
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Samsung 32" LED HD Tv £229.99 @ Argos

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Posted 7th Apr 2014
A 32" Hd TV is always nice, and the fact that LED has come down in price so much and is accessible to most people who are looking for a new TV.

Combining 32" LED and the Samsung brand together for less than £230 is pretty impressive.

Model number: UE32EH4003
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Added the model number for you (UE32EH4003) as i know loads of people will ask that otherwise.
Ah thanks my man. Did not think to do that. I am kind of new to this, but this site is full of good stuff. I finally decided to sign up and contribute.
There's a Toshiba one here for £179.95 with a 5 year guarantee at Richer Sounds, don't know how they compare.
LED hasn't been expensive for years and also LED doesn't mean the picture quality is any better, it's just the backlight method.
robo989

LED hasn't been expensive for years and also LED doesn't mean the picture … LED hasn't been expensive for years and also LED doesn't mean the picture quality is any better, it's just the backlight method.




..which at least means lower power consumption and hopefully more reliable (no high voltage PSU to go belly up)

OK OLED it ain't, but then neither is the price
Personally I'd rather pay an extra 20 quid and get the 5000 series one with HD tuner:-

amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1

..but still a good price for a Samsung TV
You'd be better off getting the newer Samsung UE32F5000 for £20 more and with a 5 year warranty. It's currently £259 at John Lewis but you can price match richer sounds and get it for £249.95.
kneale81

There's a Toshiba one here for £179.95 with a 5 year guarantee at Richer … There's a Toshiba one here for £179.95 with a 5 year guarantee at Richer Sounds, don't know how they compare.



I have found that the picture quality on Toshiba's is absolutely fantastic. Before Christmas, my parents were looking for a new TV. I looked at a 42" LG that was on sale in Curry's for £269.99. The picture was terrible. Popped over to Richer Sounds and saw the 40" Toshiba with HD tuner built in for £299.99 including 5 year warranty. The picture quality is second to none. Samsungs are very good, but for vaule and a great picture, go with the Toshiba every time!
spamcan61

..which at least means lower power consumption and hopefully more … ..which at least means lower power consumption and hopefully more reliable (no high voltage PSU to go belly up)OK OLED it ain't, but then neither is the price



Not disputing that, just the OP likely would spread untrue implication that LED = selling point. In fact, LCD is a preferred backlight method by most as it generally gives a more uniform brightness.
Sure the power saving is certainly a selling point to some but not to many.
Nice one, decent brand & price!
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Not disputing that, just the OP likely would spread untrue implication that LED = selling point.[/quote]

Good point, I just assumed LED was better because it was more recent, others could do the same and simply base their purchase upon it.
Thanks for sharing, but as this is 2 years old now (and not high spec to begin with) it's not a good deal for me.
Thanks op.
Plasma ftw!!

What are the specs on this. Looking for a TV for the little un's ps4.
Askrulous

]Not disputing that, just the OP likely would spread untrue implication … ]Not disputing that, just the OP likely would spread untrue implication that LED = selling point.



Good point, I just assumed LED was better because it was more recent, others could do the same and simply base their purchase upon it.[/quote]

Depends what one's priorities are; LED is better in terms of power consumption, size and potentially longevity, CCFL backlight is potentially better in terms of evenness of illumination. Not sure there are many new CCFL backlit TVs coming to market now so the issue is becoming moot.

Edited by: "spamcan61" 7th Apr 2014
me thinks richer sounds TV and a now smart box
spamcan61

Personally I'd rather pay an extra 20 quid and get the 5000 series one … Personally I'd rather pay an extra 20 quid and get the 5000 series one with HD tuner:-http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BP58C1S/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=306D1095QNITD&coliid=I45J05O1DVURM&psc=1..but still a good price for a Samsung TV



720p vs 1080p also
I have a samsung led tv, amazing picture.
Wouldnt have anything else.
spamcan61

Good point, I just assumed LED was better because it was more recent, … Good point, I just assumed LED was better because it was more recent, others could do the same and simply base their purchase upon it.



Depends what one's priorities are; LED is better in terms of power consumption, size and potentially longevity, CCFL backlight is potentially better in terms of evenness of illumination. Not sure there are many new CCFL backlit TVs coming to market now so the issue is becoming moot.

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Good balanced response and basically the situation.
Unfortunately LCD makers use marketing gimmicks (words) to sell TVs.
Personally, I prefer good image quality over marketing jargon.
As others have stated, LED back lit, or edge lit TVs are not necessarily better than the old CCFL LCD TVs.
For example, I have 1 (5 yr old) CCFL back lit LCD monitor. I have an LED back lit monitor, whose image quality can't get close to the older monitor.

Newer is not necessarily better.

As for out right image quality (which is what I want from a TV), nothing beats the Panasonic range of plasma TVs, however, these are not available in 32".

As for the deal in this thread, I'm not sure if its a great deal. Richer Sounds are doing the Toshiba for £180, so if value for money is priority, maybe the Toshiba is what I would buy. If outright image quality matters, then buy Panasonic plasma (if you can accommodate a 42" or bigger TV.
And if you want a better 32" LCD, I wouldnt buy this one.

Whichever way I look at it, I wouldnt buy this TV.

It sounds as if I am shooting down the OP - apologies if it is coming across that way - its not meant to.
spamcan61

Personally I'd rather pay an extra 20 quid and get the 5000 series one … Personally I'd rather pay an extra 20 quid and get the 5000 series one with HD tuner:-http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BP58C1S/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=306D1095QNITD&coliid=I45J05O1DVURM&psc=1..but still a good price for a Samsung TV



I'd definitely pay the extra £20 cos it's full 1080p as opposed to 'HD Ready' 720p on the deal model. It makes a helluva difference.
Heliosphan

I'd definitely pay the extra £20 cos it's full 1080p as opposed to 'HD … I'd definitely pay the extra £20 cos it's full 1080p as opposed to 'HD Ready' 720p on the deal model. It makes a helluva difference.



Not at this screen size
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