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: This TV replaced a 32" CRT Sony that was a few years old. I bought this TV when the Amazon price was $439.00 (December 16, 2009). I did pay WA sales tax of $36.01. I hate paying sales tax when ordering online, don't you? I selected free shipping and received it on December 18th. I was surprised by how quickly I received it.
Summary: Beautiful picture. Attractive and sturdy. This is "only" 720p (although it WILL accept a 1080P signal just fine) and not "120 Hz" but here are a few things to think about. In 32", the pixel density is higher than a 52" at 1080p. Unless you use it as a computer monitor or sit very close, your eyes just can't pick up the additional detail. "120 Hz" is a buzz word and it is true that faster is better in LCDs but you need to look deeper.