4 year old tv that still holds up by today's standards
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.
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
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.
Summary: Hace 10 meses que compramos esta Tv 32", la compramos en Andorra a un muy buen precio y la verdad es que estamos muy contentos. La calidad de imagen es muy buena, yo diria que incluso mejor que una Sony Bravia. Hay que tener muy en cuenta que influye mucho si el borde de la pantalla es de color negro ya que mejora mucho la calidad de la imagen. La pusimos en la pared con el soporte en la pared efecto ventana y la verdad es que queda perfecta.
Pros: Calidad de imagen
Cons: Menus complicados, lentitud de cambio de canal