Samsung UE32F4500 Led Smart Tv £229.00 @ Waitrose instore
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Samsung UE32F4500 Led Smart Tv £229.00 @ Waitrose instore

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Found 17th Sep 2014
This Samsung Led Smart tv has been reduced from £299 in store to a bargain £229, which is cheaper than most non smart tv's.

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What size?

Says it in the model number 4500 inch

Original Poster

32 inch

I have this TV its spot on with all the features you need, that is a bargain if you can get one! Just note that where you place it needs to be able to accommodate the very wide stand!!

Not full HD. Cold.

No, not full HD but cracking picture so hot.

which waitrose store?

Average picture

Banned

I have this tv. Far better picture than my full HD LG and Philips tv's.

The smart hub is good as well.

This isn't a good buy, you can get the recent H5000 one for about the same price and that is full HD. That doesn't have the smart features but if you really want them you can use a chromecast or whatever which is better anyway.

Tebow15

I have this tv. Far better picture than my full HD LG and Philips … I have this tv. Far better picture than my full HD LG and Philips tv's.The smart hub is good as well.



That's not possible. Only explanation is because Samsung has a smaller screen than your LG.

backllem

That's not possible. Only explanation is because Samsung has a smaller … That's not possible. Only explanation is because Samsung has a smaller screen than your LG.



Colour representation, black levels, and SD to HD upscaling are all reasons why a lower resolution set could look better, even with the same screen size

Schizophonic

Says it in the model number 4500 inch



I hate the fact that I can't "like" your comment on the iOS app. +1

All the 1080p TV's are almost at giveaway prices, cause they are now old technology 4k is the new big thing, but for most people 1080p are good enough

alphamusic

Colour representation, black levels, and SD to HD upscaling are all … Colour representation, black levels, and SD to HD upscaling are all reasons why a lower resolution set could look better, even with the same screen size



Thank you for the heads up. I'm thinking why would a company make something that comes across as not as good as it actually is. Or maybe in this case, this tv set was made to compete with other HD TVs, but not full HD TVs?
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