Samsung UE32EH5000 32-inch Full HD LED TV with Freeview HD £288.39 @ Amazon
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Samsung UE32EH5000 32-inch Full HD LED TV with Freeview HD £288.39 @ Amazon

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Found 27th Apr 2012
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Too new to have been properly reviewed.

Unusually fat for an LED Edge-Lit LCD. Most are about 4cm thick. CCFL backlit LCDs are about 7cm thick. This model is 9.3cm thick, which makes it a porker compared with, say, the UE32D5000 at 3cm. Only an issue if wall-mounting this TV.

samsung.com/uk/…XXU
looks very nice with freeview hd built in !!!
Is there any other good deals about only want one for the bedroom must admit freeview hd would be good though
dooper

Too new to have been properly reviewed.Unusually fat for an LED Edge-Lit … Too new to have been properly reviewed.Unusually fat for an LED Edge-Lit LCD. Most are about 4cm thick. CCFL backlit LCDs are about 7cm thick. This model is 9.3cm thick, which makes it a porker compared with, say, the UE32D5000 at 3cm. Only an issue if wall-mounting this TV.http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE32EH5000KXXU



It does look amazingly fat compared to the recent samsung models....

[img]images.samsung.com/is/…eft?scl=1&fmt=jpeg[/img]
might have decent speakers if its thicker,if its sitting on a stand does not really matter if its thicker either
£319 at Richer Sounds and John Lewis will pricematch so you will get the 5yr guarantee

richersounds.com/pro…000
deanos

might have decent speakers if its thicker,if its sitting on a stand does … might have decent speakers if its thicker,if its sitting on a stand does not really matter if its thicker either



I also thought that the case thickness may indicate an effort by Samsung to provide reasonable audio quality, as the UE**D5*** models have attracted criticism for poor audio quality.

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Edited by: "dooper" 28th Apr 2012
QUALITY DEAL ordering!!!

Edit, yes rather thick, want a skinny TV!
Edited by: "iAmLegendFam" 28th Apr 2012
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/49899762/DBUpload/20120426.215549.png

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
A Thick TV for me used to be this, was a pain to stick to the wall

http://is02.thegumtree.com/image/big/115889886.jpg
Edited by: "bargaingaz" 28th Apr 2012
I have the ue32c5100 and it's a superb screen, this looks a bargain at £300.
Booo. Just bought a house this week so can't buy any thing remotely expensive this month
Just got this TV. Can't fault it for the money. Tweaked the picture settings which I now like - colour levels are highly personal in my opinion. Audio is very good - had considered getting speakers or a soundbar but don't see the need any more. HD preview a huge bonus and the quality is fantastic.
I got a 40" version not sure if it's the same model as mine is not that thick but it is a amazing tv
now up to £303.49
Can`t find any reviews
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Go for the UED5000 instead and only cost a little bit more and is rated top ten 32 inch tvs for 2012 by techrador

http://www.digitalshoping.com/346-thickbox/sasmung-32ued5000.jpg



Edited by: "lrah" 28th Apr 2012
lrah

Go for the UED5000 instead and only cost a little bit more and is rated … Go for the UED5000 instead and only cost a little bit more and is rated top ten 32 inch tvs for 2012 by techrador



UE32D5000***

Yeah I think that TV is probably better. No freeview HD though and it's £70 more
Edited by: "iAmLegendFam" 28th Apr 2012
I have the 32EH5000 in our bedroom and its great. Only 42 Watts in use and Freeview HD + Full Array LED backlight, so no edge lit led light bleeding.

Good Black levels. Recommended purchase.

If you want to wall mount then maybe get a thinner edge lit LED TV.


Edited by: "alexandercooper" 28th Apr 2012
iAmLegendFam

QUALITY DEAL ordering!!!Edit, yes rather thick, want a skinny TV!



Its deeper because this new 2012 Samsung EH series TV uses Full Array LED backlighting, which is directly behind the screen. The higher end models which are thinner still use edge lit, which makes a thin tv, but has some issues, like clouding and light bleed.

Edited by: "alexandercooper" 28th Apr 2012
just got the 40 inch version of this tv yesterday and well impressed with picture quality and freeview hd .

ive read that the reason the tv is thicker is due to surge protection built in and larger speakers for sound quality .
also found this that says it is not an edge lit lcd but full array led lit .

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...hl=en_US&gid=9

been trying out picture and blacks look awesome , colours look vibrant etc after playing with settings a bit . also havent noticed any backlight bleed, clouding etc .

hope this helps

iAmLegendFam

UE32D5000***Yeah I think that TV is probably better. No freeview HD … UE32D5000***Yeah I think that TV is probably better. No freeview HD though and it's £70 more


It is £339.99 in currys
http://www.electrical-shopping.com/product_images/zoom/UE40EH5000.jpg
Anyone if this has local dimming option or whatever its called.
lrah

Anyone if this has local dimming option or whatever its called.



Dont think so, thats normally only on high end TVs that cost at lot more.
alexandercooper

Dont think so, thats normally only on high end TVs that cost at lot more.


Oh, ok thanks
Quality deal ordering!
alexandercooper

Its deeper because this new 2012 Samsung EH series TV uses Full Array LED … Its deeper because this new 2012 Samsung EH series TV uses Full Array LED backlighting, which is directly behind the screen. The higher end models which are thinner still use edge lit, which makes a thin tv, but has some issues, like clouding and light bleed.



Thanks, very helpful. I understand, this is 'FULL LED' so to speak, so the picture will look better. Hmm, debating whether to buy. I'm sure a thinner version of this will be out soon/later this year.
Phillyj

Tempted, might want to amend the title somewhat as I'm pretty sure this … Tempted, might want to amend the title somewhat as I'm pretty sure this isn't Freeview HD, at least not according to the Samsung Website where the question was asked.



Yes it is, check the reviews, and the images on the amazon site.
iAmLegendFam

Yes it is, check the reviews, and the images on the amazon site.

Decided to delete my post as also read the reviews which seem to contradict Samsung's own Q&A forum!
Picked this up from RicherSounds last week for £340 with 5yr warranty for the bedroom and am thrilled with it, so pleased I got one with FreeviewHD. Can highly recommend it.
Why is this a hot deal ?
Not much of a saving from its usual price.
Anyone know the resolution?
Nesima

Why is this a hot deal ?Not much of a saving from its usual price.



YEs totallyagree with you , i think some vote hot for the product not the saving
Actually slighlty cheaper at TribalUK using voucher 5tribal for 5% OFF its only £300.19 + 5% quidco too making it aprox £291


Edit: up to £319.99 before discount (was £315.99) but still omly £295 after quidco
I don't see any mention of Freeview HD on the website.
227 BHA

Actually slighlty cheaper at TribalUK using voucher 5tribal for 5% OFF … Actually slighlty cheaper at TribalUK using voucher 5tribal for 5% OFF its only £300.19 + 5% quidco too making it aprox £291Edit: up to £319.99 before discount (was £315.99) but still omly £295 after quidco



Quidco is 3% at TribalUK
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