Samsung LE32C450 - 32" HD Ready LCD TV - £229.95 @ Dixons
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Samsung LE32C450 - 32" HD Ready LCD TV - £229.95 @ Dixons

£229.95
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Found 20th Apr 2011Made hot 20th Apr 2011
3 x HDMI
1 x SCART
1 x Component video
1 x USB 2.0
1 x VGA (PC input)
1 x Digital audio out (optical)

With its beautiful glossy black surround, the Samsung LE32C450 32" HD Ready LCD TV is an attractive addition to any home. This LCD television provides an outstanding viewing experience thanks to a range of image-enhancing features.

The 32-inch LE32C450 is equipped with Samsung's Wide Colour Enhancer 2 for natural-looking colour reproduction. And to create a cinematic feel in your living room, this HDTV features SRS TruSurround HD technology, so you can immerse yourself in adventure films and thrillers without needing to install a cumbersome surround-sound system in your home.

Equipped with a digital tuner for accessing Freeview channels and digital radio stations, the Samsung LE-32C450 32" HD Ready LCD TV is ready for the future too! Three HDMI connectors support Blu-ray players or modern game consoles, while the SCART socket is compatible with legacy devices. A component input provides a high-quality analogue interface for High Definition video sources.

Furthermore, the Samsung LE32C450 32" HD Ready LCD TV can be wall-mounted to economise on space, while enabling you to enjoy a more cinematic experience - in your own living room or bedroom!

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inb4 panel / processor lottery etc etc

Same as Amazon price

Silly question but what is HD Ready?

£1 more from Richer sound + option for 5 year guarantee at 10% - tempted wonder if John Lewis do this...

Also whilst price comparing saw this for Dixons ad
"Samsung LE32C450 £218.45
Use Code DXTV5 For 5% Off Price
At Checkout With Free Delivery
dixons.co.uk/Samsung_LE32C450"

Not sure if it works these promo ads are sometimes out of date/

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HD Ready means the screen's resolution is 720p, whereas Full HD means 1080p.

The price of TVs nowadays is ridiculous!

I bought an AOC 32" in 2007 and at the time the price of £360 was by far the cheapest you would pay for a 32" model. If you wanted one of the big brand names you were looking at £500-£600 easy, now you can pick up these for £229!

It feels wrong not to buy one, even though you don't need it!

Its a good price, but Id still go for the LE32C580 1080p Full HD FreeviewHD, £269.98 from Tesco outlet on the popular auction website, youre getting a lot more for that extra £40.

jayjayuk1234

inb4 panel / processor lottery etc etc



In before that ^ to say what?

R0gu3Tr4d3r

Its a good price, but Id still go for the LE32C580 1080p Full HD … Its a good price, but Id still go for the LE32C580 1080p Full HD FreeviewHD, £269.98 from Tesco outlet on the popular auction website, youre getting a lot more for that extra £40.



got a link for that?

aha, found it
http://****.co.uk/SAM…af1

don't forget that if you go to ebay via TCB you can get a kickback on the seller's fees, not sure if it applies to stored.

R0gu3Tr4d3r

Its a good price, but Id still go for the LE32C580 1080p Full HD … Its a good price, but Id still go for the LE32C580 1080p Full HD FreeviewHD, £269.98 from Tesco outlet on the popular auction website, youre getting a lot more for that extra £40.



Thats refurbished btw
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