Samsung UE32C4000 - 32" HD Ready LED Backlit TV - £299.99 @ Dixons

Samsung UE32C4000 - 32" HD Ready LED Backlit TV - £299.99 @ Dixons

£299.99Dixons Deals
Found 19th Apr 2011
The slim, black Samsung UE32C4000 32" HD Ready LED TV has attractive features that just might help it find its way into your home. And if it does, it won't take up much space: it's less than 3 cm thick!

Four HDMI inputs let you hook up many HD-compliant devices at the same time, including Blu-ray players, game consoles, and camcorders. Other connectors such as SCART and composite are present to accomodate your older equipment too, and what about that convenient USB port? It lets you play content stored on a memory key or external hard drive, adding a versatility rarely found at this price!

But all this would be for nothing if the Samsung UE32C4000 LCD television didn't have fantastic picture quality. Thankfully Samsung's mega dynamic contrast ratio and LED illumination contribute to superb colour, rich blacks, and crystal-clear whites - turning a movie into a cinematic experience!

The Samsung UE32-C4000 32" HD Ready LED TV also has a built-in clock and sleep timer, which makes it a great TV for the bedroom. You can avoid leaving the TV on for too long when you fall asleep, and also wake up to the programme of your choice! The integrated digital Freeview tuner offers plenty of choice.

Choose the Samsung UE32C4000 32" HD Ready LED TV for style and substance from a brand you can trust!
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Not going to vote as it is cheap for an LED however i feel i must warn everyone that the UE32cxxxx series have very poor viewing angles, unless you are right in front of it; it just doesnt look good.

I have this on my bedroom wall and it looks great because its so thin but because im not looking at it dead on; the blacks just look washed out, fleshtone is also not that great.
Needs to be 1080p full HD now
Vote the deal, not the product, for crying out loud. How annoying.
thanks javea thats a much better tv

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Vote the deal, not the product, for crying out loud. How annoying.


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Except thats an LCD not an LED

Though tbh wouldnt get anything less than 1080p myself nowadays
I have this tv as a 2nd tv in conservatory, i'm far from a tv 'expert' but i'm happy with it on the wall as it's nice and thin. We got it from John lewis £349 with the five year gaurantee, free delivery. Worth thinking about if you like the tv. Is a good price for a nice looking tv in my opinion.
what a shame no freeview hd built in !! Its getting the norm now
The 5100 series has recently been posted at £329 for those that want 1080p. The next step up panel/processor wise is the C5800 which is the LED equivalent to the C580.

This has been around this price for some time, so not voting either way.
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