Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN32A330 / LE32A330 / LA32A330
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Great picture, great sounds
Amanda Wilbur, Amazon
15 January 2015
Summary: I bought this TV at Sears in 2007 or 2008 and it is still going strong, even after my toddler son threw nail clippers straight at the screen and made a small scratch. It has also stood up to three major long-distance moves. Great picture, great sounds. It was a lot more expensive than similar models today but I LOVE it.
Summary: Hi bought this TV new for the bedroom and only use it occasionally, it just died i tried to get it fixed but samsung said was all on me, then i found an article from CNET [...] that sound just like my TV. Now it is not a new TV and things fail but for me this thing is in the guest bedroom and has hardly been run. I can just imagine anyone who uses it a lot. Anyway you may be the lucky one and it not fail so best of luck.
Summary: My first HDTV, and am still using it today (then it was $798 at Wal*Mart). Only issue I had is it quit working in 2009. but it had a factory warranty and was able to get it fixed for free. Have not had any issues since, I doubt anybody will be buying these with all the better TVs out there (at WAYYYY better prices) but this is a great pieces of technology. that I am glad to have purchases.
Summary: Bought this tv back in 2010. Four years later and still works fine. No audio or video problems. Heavy online gamer and movie, well let's just say this tv might be 4 years old but it's been used for the amount of 5. Usually in hot conditions and nothin has burned out.
Summary: I bought this set in 2012. loved it until the capacitor problem. I replaced the caps since the shop they sent me to wouldn't even talk to me without a receipt. Cost me $10. Now we're in 2014 and the picture just looks like a washed out colored negative. Guess it's time for a new brand. Too bad, I did like it. Hope the 40 and 46in Samsung's I bought last longer, but I think I've reached the end for samsung.
Summary: This TV was great while it lasted. I purchased it in late 2010 for $400 on sale. Every so often, it would shut itself off. Last night, it died. While watching a DVD, the screen went "pop". Now there's no sound, no picture and all the damned thing will do when powered on is cycle on and off every ten seconds, like it's trying to reset itself.
Summary: We've had this set about 4 years and it is not in continuous use. One day I just turned it on and the color was all washed out, almost like a color film negative. The cost to repair it is almost the cost to replace it, so it will be junked and a new set, certainly not Samsung brand, will replace it. It is truly inexcusable when a TV that cost almost $700 only lasts 4 years.
Summary: I've had this tv for about 5 years now, the video card just went out on it, and the repair guy said that this tv has about 8 versions, so it's obvious that they have a known problem with it and were unable to fix it. However, it worked really well, loved the picture and the sound was ok.