Samsung SMDB32D 32" 1080p Wall Mounted display, ideal for Games, Kodi, Fire TV Etc or Kids Bedroom. £124.99 Delivered Silverstar @ eBay/silverstarcomponentsltd
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Samsung SMDB32D 32" 1080p Wall Mounted display, ideal for Games, Kodi, Fire TV Etc or Kids Bedroom. £124.99 Delivered Silverstar @ eBay/silverstarcomponentsltd

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Found 1st Apr 2016
I have been looking for a TV with no nonsense on it for the bedroom, I didn't want smart and have no use for a TV tuner as I use a Fire Stick and a Raspberry Pi. I suppose quite a few people watch TV like this now with Now TV boxes, Kodi etc.

It also looks ideal for parents to put it Kids bedrooms so they have control over what they watch, rather than having a built in Tuner. Such as a DVD player. Blu Ray, Xbox, PS etc.

Might be good for use on a CCTV system as well.

There is one of these in a local pub I go to used to display beer adverts, I was always impressed with the picture quality on it and at first thought it was an illuminated poster.

Yes there is no tuner, but looks like these are intended for professional use so will be good quality and a lot better than a TV for this sort of price range.

No stand obviously, but I already have a wall mount and they are also cheap, the seller has got another listing with the wall mount included at £129.99, but it says the screws don't fit, so will have to source screws if you get that one.

I've double checked the specs and there is a remote included and it also has speakers built in.

It comes with an EU plug, so you will have to use a UK cloverleaf style lead (Like a laptop), swap the plug or use an adaptor.

Here are the specs:

Product Type LED-backlit LCD flat panel display
Energy Class Class B
Power Consumption Operationa l77 Watt
Power Consumption (On mode)55 W
Energy Consumption per Year 80.3 kWh
Diagonal Size 32"
Commercial Use Yes - digital signage
Series DB-D Series
TV Tuner No tuner
Video Interface Component, composite, HDMI
HDMI Ports Qty1 ports
PC Interface DVI, VGA (HD-15)
HDCP Compatible Yes
Dimensions Without stand
Width 72.14 cm
Depth 4.99 cm
Height 42.03 cm
Weight 4.8 kg
Display
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Display Format 1080p (Full HD)
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
LCD Backlight Technology LED backlight
Colour Depth 16.7 million colours
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 5000:1
Brightness 350 cd/m2
Viewing Angle 178 degrees
Viewing Angle (Vertical)178 degrees
Pixel Pitch 0.12125 x 0.36375mm
Response Time 8 ms
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Original Poster
Cheers eddeit.

No idea why thats happening, here is the direct link.

ebay.co.uk/itm…3D1
Edited by: "RustySpoons" 1st Apr 2016
"This listing (32) has been removed, or this item isn't available"
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Halloway

"This listing (32) has been removed, or this item isn't available"


Not sure why that's happening, I will PM a mod.
This isn't designed to do what you're wanting - it only accepts vga or dvi, so to use a NowTV box on this will require an adaptor to split the signal to DVI and 2ch audio. Not impossible, but you can probably get a fully fledged tv for a similar price.
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tomwatts

This isn't designed to do what you're wanting - it only accepts vga or … This isn't designed to do what you're wanting - it only accepts vga or dvi, so to use a NowTV box on this will require an adaptor to split the signal to DVI and 2ch audio. Not impossible, but you can probably get a fully fledged tv for a similar price.


It's a high quality Samsung monitor, not a cheap TV and it does have HDMI.
Edited by: "RustySpoons" 1st Apr 2016
got tv tuner too
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PIXIE AND DIXIE

got tv tuner too


This version doesn't I checked the product code, looks like some had that option.
From ebay listing:

THIS ITEM IS SUPPLIED WITH A FREE EU POWER CABLE YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE A 3 PIN C5 MICKY MOUSE CLOVER LEAF CABLE FOR USE IN THE UK
RustySpoons

It's a high quality Samsung monitor, not a cheap TV and it does have HDMI.



I know what it is. I have a 48inch one of these for the reduced latency. I also am blind and didn't realise this did intact have HDMI. Thanks for pointing it out!
Please can you list more things that it can be used for?
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tomwatts

I know what it is. I have a 48inch one of these for the reduced latency. … I know what it is. I have a 48inch one of these for the reduced latency. I also am blind and didn't realise this did intact have HDMI. Thanks for pointing it out!


Interesting you mentioned latency, do these have good latency for gaming and such?
In some big pubs they have around 6 or 8 tv's 'locked' together to form one big screen for the footy matches.....are these the tv's that they use?......or at least the same type?
RustySpoons

Interesting you mentioned latency, do these have good latency for gaming … Interesting you mentioned latency, do these have good latency for gaming and such?



The 48 inch one I had is rated as 8ms (feels about right, it's as easy to game on as my PC - especially compared to the TV it replaced which was a Sharp Aquos) and its picture quality when gaming at least is phenomenal - my parents have both a kuro and a valencia based Samsung tv and this is on par with the kuro and better than the other, especially once all the crap they come with is turned off - its also really bright which, given the flat I'm in and its stupid window placement, is really important. I simply turn the backlight up if I have the afternoon off work and want to play some Just Cause 3 or equivalent! Sky HD occasionally shows interlacing where there is text which can become annoying, but thats sky's fault for not allowing 1080p output and ny fault for calibrating it for 1080p rather than turning on some nice filters for interlaced content - but otherwise it's lovely.

I should add that I only paid £170 or so for it too in a clearance sale so I might be slightly over singing it's praises, but I genuinely don't think you can get much better for gaming unless you're willing to compromise on size, and if I didn't already have a dual monitor setup I would probably be grabbing this for the office!

Tl;dr it's essentially a giant monitor so latency is designed to be as low as can be.

Edited by: "tomwatts" 1st Apr 2016
Also ideal if you are running an external AV amplifier and have no need for built in "smart" features
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tomwatts

The 48 inch one I had is rated as 8ms (feels about right, it's as easy to … The 48 inch one I had is rated as 8ms (feels about right, it's as easy to game on as my PC - especially compared to the TV it replaced which was a Sharp Aquos) and its picture quality when gaming at least is phenomenal - my parents have both a kuro and a valencia based Samsung tv and this is on par with the kuro and better than the other, especially once all the crap they come with is turned off - its also really bright which, given the flat I'm in and its stupid window placement, is really important. I simply turn the backlight up if I have the afternoon off work and want to play some Just Cause 3 or equivalent! Sky HD occasionally shows interlacing where there is text which can become annoying, but thats sky's fault for not allowing 1080p output and ny fault for calibrating it for 1080p rather than turning on some nice filters for interlaced content - but otherwise it's lovely.I should add that I only paid £170 or so for it too in a clearance sale so I might be slightly over singing it's praises, but I genuinely don't think you can get much better for gaming unless you're willing to compromise on size, and if I didn't already have a dual monitor setup I would probably be grabbing this for the office!Tl;dr it's essentially a giant monitor so latency is designed to be as low as can be.


Thanks for that reply mate, sounds very interesting. I wouldn't mind a 48" I've got this idea about putting a screen in a coffee table, with a pc or a pi running it.

I have to say I saw one of these 32" at a pub displaying adverts and was blown away by the clarity, I thought it was a illuminated poster! So decided to look in to them. I noticed Mc Donald's and KFC also have Samsung screens for their menus above the till. They looked exceptionally good.

Just noticed the seller has 55" touch screens as well, that sounds interesting lol.
Great for cctv monitor
Do you need a VESA plate for it to fit a stand/bracket to?
Anyone use this for PS4?
toiletseatlicker

In some big pubs they have around 6 or 8 tv's 'locked' together to form … In some big pubs they have around 6 or 8 tv's 'locked' together to form one big screen for the footy matches.....are these the tv's that they use?......or at least the same type?



They have a similar model (same size 32") that mentions "Create stunning and seamless video walls in full HD resolution thanks to an upgraded Samsung SMART Signage Platform (SSP) and full range of connectivity options."

I'm not to clued up on it, maybe someone with more knowledge can comment?

ebay.co.uk/itm…449

ebay item number: 172103997449



skykid3

They have a similar model (same size 32") that mentions "Create stunning … They have a similar model (same size 32") that mentions "Create stunning and seamless video walls in full HD resolution thanks to an upgraded Samsung SMART Signage Platform (SSP) and full range of connectivity options."I'm not to clued up on it, maybe someone with more knowledge can comment?http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-32-Full-HD-LED-Backlit-Smart-Display-SMDB32D-1920x1080-HDMI-350CD-VGA-/172103997449ebay item number: 172103997449


I think that's just the same but they've added the wall mount?
m.ebay.co.uk/itm…RCH

There's the plug you need for it too, if you aren't happy with the EU one
tomwatts

This isn't designed to do what you're wanting - it only accepts vga or … This isn't designed to do what you're wanting - it only accepts vga or dvi, so to use a NowTV box on this will require an adaptor to split the signal to DVI and 2ch audio. Not impossible, but you can probably get a fully fledged tv for a similar price.



You need a license for a fully fledged tv even if you never attach an antenna
toiletseatlicker

In some big pubs they have around 6 or 8 tv's 'locked' together to form … In some big pubs they have around 6 or 8 tv's 'locked' together to form one big screen for the footy matches.....are these the tv's that they use?......or at least the same type?


In some big pubs they have around 6 or 8 Meatheads 'locked' together to form one big Meathead for the footy matches.....
Tj17usa

I think that's just the same but they've added the wall mount?




Doh!, so it is

I was looking at the listings the seller had and thought one was for signage but your right, same model just with wall mount

https://i.imgur.com/3pk5DHf.png
Edited by: "skykid3" 1st Apr 2016
I'm about to pull the trigger on this, would really like some feedback from anyone who uses it for gaming specifically console gaming (PS4)
I'm assuming this doesn't have speakers, which people should note if they don't have a sound bar or av receiver set up.

Why anyone does that is beyond me, but I know a few misguided souls who still use the awful sound from their tv.
FoxForce5

I'm assuming this doesn't have speakers, which people should note if they … I'm assuming this doesn't have speakers, which people should note if they don't have a sound bar or av receiver set up. Why anyone does that is beyond me, but I know a few misguided souls who still use the awful sound from their tv.



I use a gaming headset so that wouldn't affect me
I don't use this but my mate has what I think is the 48" & it's ace for gaming. No real (noticeable) input lag whatsoever makes a big difference. Of course the picture looks 'raw' compared to people using their tv, but then if you put your tv in 'game' or pc mode it looks the same, because it reduces the input lag by switching off all that picture processing a tv usually does.
FoxForce5

I don't use this but my mate has what I think is the 48" & it's ace for … I don't use this but my mate has what I think is the 48" & it's ace for gaming. No real (noticeable) input lag whatsoever makes a big difference. Of course the picture looks 'raw' compared to people using their tv, but then if you put your tv in 'game' or pc mode it looks the same, because it reduces the input lag by switching off all that picture processing a tv usually does.


Thanks for that
BigYoSpeck

You need a license for a fully fledged tv even if you never attach an … You need a license for a fully fledged tv even if you never attach an antenna


No you really don't.
tomwatts

No you really don't.



My bad
Original Poster
FoxForce5

I'm assuming this doesn't have speakers, which people should note if they … I'm assuming this doesn't have speakers, which people should note if they don't have a sound bar or av receiver set up. Why anyone does that is beyond me, but I know a few misguided souls who still use the awful sound from their tv.


It does have built in speakers and a remote control
Can anyone see the refresh rate on this monitor?

I take it it's just 50 or 60hz, but just trying to confirm it.
TheExcession

Can anyone see the refresh rate on this monitor? I take it it's just 50 … Can anyone see the refresh rate on this monitor? I take it it's just 50 or 60hz, but just trying to confirm it.



60Hz according to Samsung Specs.

Also has USB 2 and SD card slot for file playing. Single 10w speaker.
BigYoSpeck

You need a license for a fully fledged tv even if you never attach an … You need a license for a fully fledged tv even if you never attach an antenna



Not yet you dont, and ive had a no arial setup for 6 years now. Been visited by the inspector mulitple times too. Last time they visited was about 3 years ago tho, was watching a bbc programme on iplayer at the time too.
Stand and wall mount kit available. 3 yr warranty.

I want one but don't need it. Though as a digital photo frame it would work.
rvcshart

Not yet you dont, and ive had a no arial setup for 6 years now. Been … Not yet you dont, and ive had a no arial setup for 6 years now. Been visited by the inspector mulitple times too. Last time they visited was about 3 years ago tho, was watching a bbc programme on iplayer at the time too.



Yeah my mistake. I was under the impression if you had equipment that could receive them but the law actually states if you watch or record live broadcasts so if it's unplugged and you use catchup services thats fine. But if you use the websites to watch a live stream then legally you do still have to.
BigYoSpeck

Yeah my mistake. I was under the impression if you had equipment that … Yeah my mistake. I was under the impression if you had equipment that could receive them but the law actually states if you watch or record live broadcasts so if it's unplugged and you use catchup services thats fine. But if you use the websites to watch a live stream then legally you do still have to.


Pretty much yea.

You can technically have the arial plugged in, long as you dont use it... But thats going into tricky water.
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