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6.3 out of 10

Samsung LE-32R41BD

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Overall 6
6.0

Samsung LE-32R41BD: Nice TV but a few moans

Swarfega, Dooyoo
2 July 2011
  • Summary: Ok, let me preface this by saying that I didn't buy this television, it was handed down to me by my brother. Nevertheless, I do own it and as such I am in a position to give a quick run-down on it. At 720p the screen won't be setting many hearts racing - however if you don't need your TV to be at the cutting edge, 720p isn't a bad place to be at. It's perfectly clear for my needs and many other peoples too, I would guess.
  • Pros: Well priced, especially 2nd hand
  • Cons: In-built Freeview tuner not the most capable.
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Overall 8
8.0

4 year old tv that still holds up by today's standards

sniper236, Dooyoo
16 June 2010
  • Excerpt: Bought this tv for £830 (!!!!) in 2006. Samsung had this new range of tv's that offered top quality pictures at "low" prices - at the time. Now this tv has been moved to the bedroom to make room for a new 50" plasma in the lounge but 4 years on, its still going strong and the quality is still evident. Its not 1080p but it does have an HDMI connection. I have a media player that I connect to it and some of the HD stuff looks amazing.
  • Pros: Reliability
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

John Russell, Cnet.co.uk
21 August 2006
  • Summary: I am sure there can't be many better than this one. Just wish I understood all the connections etc. Never mind, I will learn.
  • Pros: Great looking set - get it with a smoked glass stand, it looks fab; many features
  • Cons: Too many gadgets for a thicko like me
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Anthony McGonagle, Cnet.co.uk
20 April 2006
  • Summary: All in all this has been a great purchase. Managed to pick mine up for £480 - inc. delivery!
  • Pros: Ease of use. I had this up and running in about 3mins
  • Cons: Picture is a bit shaky from a normal TV aerial, but you can see what it's capable of if you throw on a DVD
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Dave Ellis, Cnet.co.uk
29 March 2006
  • Summary: Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this set.
  • Pros: The looks, the picture, the features, THE PRICE!
  • Cons: Abolutely nothing.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Mark Lewis, Cnet.co.uk
14 March 2006
  • Summary: I checked out dozens on TVs in different shops. Reviewed them on line. Asked people in the stores. This model kept coming up. I toyed with the idea of getting a larger screen, but 32-inch seems the maximum limit before grainyness creeps back in to the image. I haven't been so excited about a TV since I saw my first colour one all those years ago.
  • Pros: Excellent picture image and sound, black surround, great controls
  • Cons: Causes you to watch too much TV
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Overall 10
10

If you're looking for quality, performance and value-for-money - get the Samsung LE32R41B.

djwill, Dooyoo
7 March 2006
  • Excerpt: If you are looking for a cheap, feature filled TV - This one has it all! This stunning LCD screen is definately one of the best TV's this year. It's low, low price (£874 from 247electrical.co.uk) thrashes other competitors producing similar High-Def 32" LCD's. I'll begin with the CON's: No major Cons, however there are a couple of minor points I thought I'd mention: - The TV never "turns off" completely, however stays on standby until unplugged at the wall, this is...
  • Pros: Reliability
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Billy Mackrory, Cnet.co.uk
7 March 2006
  • Summary: I would recomend the Samsung LE32R41BD whole heartedly, I think the picture quality, sound, finish, and design are outstanding for the price, I believe that even if you paid a couple of thousand pounds for a LCD TV, you still would not get one a lot better than this Samsung.
  • Pros: Very good picture, both on digital and analogue, (even though in our rented flat the aerial is poor reception). Sound is good through built in speakers
  • Cons: I can not think of anything I don't like about it, even though others criticize the remote, I quite like it.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Bob Shirunkel, Cnet.co.uk
14 December 2005
  • Summary: This TV has everything - hi-def ready, 32 inches, Freeview included, PC input. And it's less than £900!
  • Pros: Great picture from Freeview, lovely design, under £900
  • Cons: Remote feels cheap and doesn't have separate input buttons
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Overall 10
10

An excellent TV and well worth a look in the showroom

martynp, Dooyoo
7 December 2005
  • Excerpt: This TV is superb! The build quality is fantastic, from the box that it came in through to the remote control, and everything in between. I was going to go for the 26" version but after seeing the 2 together at a showroom I opted for the 32" version, and I am soooo pleased that I did. Installation was dead simple. The main unit slides down onto a base, very secure and positioned perfectly.
  • Pros: Reliability
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