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Samsung UE32H5000 Freeview HD 1080p LED TV £199 @ Co-op Electrical
Samsung UE32H5000 Freeview HD 1080p LED TV £199 @ Co-op Electrical

Samsung UE32H5000 Freeview HD 1080p LED TV £199 @ Co-op Electrical

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Nice slim bedroom TV which is a full £80 cheaper than the Smart equivalent H5500 if you're not fussed about 3D or Smart functions. Been watching this on Amazon for a while and this is cheaper than I've ever seen it.

Samsung UE32H5000 Black - 32inch Full HD LED TV with Built-in Freeview HD, 2x HDMI and 1x USB Port

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Screen Size (inches): 32 "
TV Screen Type: LED
HD Ready: HD Ready 1080p
Digital Freeview: Integrated Freeview HD

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good TV , nice PIC I have! the 40" and its better than my last smart TV

Got the 40" and its the best picture I've seen on any of these sets of any brand imo.

For an extra £20 you can get it from John Lewis and get free 5 years guarantee

Original Poster

If you use the code CCW15 you can get £15 off a spend over £200 so you could get the TV with a Co-op 5 year warranty for an extra £17.47. Either that or just buy something for less than £15 (eg. £12.99 HDMI cable) and get the TV even cheaper

EDIT: Seems that the warranty doesn't count towards the £200 minimum spend
Edited by: "DannyBoy99" 1st Dec 2014

JL may even price match...... worth asking them.

Original Poster

Also been offered this through Flubit for £194, based on Amazon's current price.

Quidco's 3% I think.

Biker Jeff

JL may even price match...... worth asking them.


Is it at John Lewis? I can only see the 5500 model

you can't whack the pic quality on a Sammy imo.

NotGut

Is it at John Lewis? I can only see the 5500 model



Yes, they have got the 32H5000

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mykaloen

Quidco's 3% I think.



2.02% at TCB. Plus they have an interesting voucher code offer!

£30 of all SAMSUNG TVS 4 Inch and above + cashback

I never knew you could buy a 4 inch TV!

Biker Jeff

Yes, they have got the 32H5000



Ah I see it now.

They currently have a £30 off 40+ inch Samsung TVs so you can get the 42' version of this for £268 code SWN30.

I personally went for the 32' last month with £10 off code for £189.99.

The picture isn't fantastic in motion, obvious motion bluring which is expected with 50hz LED TVs.

Picture is terrible on Standard Definition content, it has different settings to filter it but produces a lot of noise in the image.

Picture is best on slow moving brightly lit HD shots, which perhaps explains why a lot of adverts and TV shows have lots of these sorts of images nowadays.

The motion interpolaton does provide a crisper edge to moving objects however will produce shimmering at times, especially with red colours. So for example the guests on Graham Norton shimmer.

No noticeable input lag for me when gaming and the black levels are great.

This is also available for £206 with the £20 off voucher on Tesco today. (5 year warranty included since it's 32") nvm just realised 3rd party seller

I think I read there's 9% cashback on quidco today too for people that use that.
Edited by: "NotGut" 1st Dec 2014

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hotmep

They currently have a £30 off 40+ inch Samsung TVs so you can get the 42' … They currently have a £30 off 40+ inch Samsung TVs so you can get the 42' version of this for £268 code SWN30. I personally went for the 32' last month with £10 off code for £189.99. The picture isn't fantastic in motion, obvious motion bluring which is expected with 50hz LED TVs. Picture is terrible on Standard Definition content, it has different settings to filter it but produces a lot of noise in the image. Picture is best on slow moving brightly lit HD shots, which perhaps explains why a lot of adverts and TV shows have lots of these sorts of images nowadays. The motion interpolaton does provide a crisper edge to moving objects however will produce shimmering at times, especially with red colours. So for example the guests on Graham Norton shimmer.No noticeable input lag for me when gaming and the black levels are great.



Wouldn't do for me as the main TV, hence my suggestion that this would be for the bedroom. 32" plenty big enough for mine. I'm also very interested in this particular model as it's one of the slimmest you can get at this size.

Bought mine from John Lewis last week and they have price matched so get 5 year warranty as well :D. The TV is amazing, Samsung have really gone to town by just supplying an excellent TV. The picture quality and sound is the best I have ever seen and heard. Forget all the smart functions you can always add a nowtv box for that. A bargain at £219 but at this price it's a steal!

chegz60

Bought mine from John Lewis last week and they have price matched so get … Bought mine from John Lewis last week and they have price matched so get 5 year warranty as well :D. The TV is amazing, Samsung have really gone to town by just supplying an excellent TV. The picture quality and sound is the best I have ever seen and heard. Forget all the smart functions you can always add a nowtv box for that. A bargain at £219 but at this price it's a steal!



Mate I have this TV too, the sound is bad. I mean it isn't portable hi-fi bad but it needs a subwoofer.

The picture is good for a low end set but just walk into a shop, go to the TV section and walk past the mid to high end TVs. They have better pictures.

I have the 40" and this H5000 needs a lot of calibration to get it right...... out of the box its terrible.
I changed almost every setting on it.... now I'm more than happy with picture & sound.

hotmep

Mate I have this TV too, the sound is bad. I mean it isn't portable hi-fi … Mate I have this TV too, the sound is bad. I mean it isn't portable hi-fi bad but it needs a subwoofer. The picture is good for a low end set but just walk into a shop, go to the TV section and walk past the mid to high end TVs. They have better pictures.



You sure you talking bout the same TV or do you need a hearing aid

Trying to use discount code CCW15 with a wall mount in the basket...
coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Ven…-BK
Take the total spend to £219.98 but the code doesn't appear to work. Any thoughts? Do I have to be a Co-op member?
Edited by: "racethebreeze" 2nd Dec 2014

Original Poster

Think the code expired already.
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