Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN32B460 / LE32B460
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Samsung LN32B460 Flat Screen TV
25 July 2014
Excerpt: I recently purchased the Samsung LN32B460 Flat Screen TV and it is amazing! The actual screen size measures 31.5″ inches which I thought was going to be too big for my bedroom when I saw it out of the box.
Summary: Picked this set up in March 2010 (in a deal where it came with a ROKU player). Both devices are still going strong nearly 18 months later. Has a great picture, great built in tuners, surprisingly decent built-in speakers. Lots of inputs! My only small issue is the power cord does not lock in very tightly, so if you ever move the set there is a good chance the cord will not be hooked in. This is most likely just an issue with my particular cord. 5 stars all the way!
Summary: I've owned this set for seven months and have used it rarely. I was in the middle of watching a movie when the set popped like a gunshot, followed by 5-10 seconds of sparks and smoke shooting out the back. Thank heavens it was not mounted on a wall or above carpet. I was forced to send the TV back to Samsung for repair. While I was grateful it was returned to me promptly, (within a week,) I begrudgingly had to pay $50 out of my own pocket to have it shipped.
Summary: I purchased this TV here from Amazon about a year ago. Just yesterday, the TV died on me. The red standby light blinks as if it is going to power on, but no welcome tone or picture displayed afterwards. I did a little research online and found out that Samsung is notorious with faulty capacitors. What really makes me angry is that the TV died 2 months after my warranty expired...GREAT.
Best picture and looks for the buck, 'Samsung rules'
Propstopper "propstoper", Amazon
22 February 2010
Summary: Samsung has done it again, an excellent looking case and pedestal to compliment the best LCD picture in the industry. Having had a 1080p CRT for years now I finally took the plunge to LCD after owning a Samsung SyncMaster LCD computer monitor for five years now with no problems so far.Everytime I walked by LCDs in stores the Samsung always blew the competition away.The only problem was the price point, now at the 400.00 range I can afford an HDTV made by Samsung.
Summary: The TV was delivered by CEVA pretty quickly and without much incident. But when I opened the box, I found that it was missing the stand. I called Samsung customer support, the guy said he's never heard of this problem and said he'd send me one free of charge that should arrive in 7-10 days. Without a wall mount, this TV needs the Samsung stand to be (safely) set up, so I was a little anxious for it to arrive. But after 10 business days, I didn't receive anything.
Summary: I bought 3 32" tv's all within about a month in a half with the intention of keeping just one of them. The 3 tv's were this Samsung, a Phillips 32pfl3504d f7 and a Vizio WV32L. Ranking the 3 for image quality the Samsung wins by far followed by the Vizio and at the very bottom the Phillips. FYI the Phillips image is horrible especially the way it handles SD signals and even the HDMI input from a PC, it's pixelated horribly.
Samsung shows again why Sony is no longer the De facto Brand
3 February 2010
Summary: This 32" Samsung has a strong presentation in vivid colors and true blacks. It replaces a 32" 720p Westinghouse and while it has served well the side by side comparison of the two prove to be little challenge for the elegant touch of color. I always manage to be demoing theses things on Sunday and the sport of golf is always a good barometer to test the color rendering of a TV.