Excellent entry level TV; affordable, brilliant value for money and full of easy to use features.
4 November 2013
Excerpt: My wife and I picked up this TV a while ago as an entry-level into Widescreen TV's. We had quite a small budget and were willing to settle for just about any HD TV we could. Armed with a budget of £250 we headed to our retail park to hunt down whatever bargains we could, and were met with nothing but disappointment... That is until we laid our eyes upon this piece to kit!
Summary: Hello, I just found out that products like this on amazon uk are only given a 1 year guarantee.It's a disgrace that after only 1 year and 3 months my tv is broken with 250 euros damages and amazon can't help me. I'll never buy again from this site.
Summary: Bought this TV from Amazon in September 2010 and was very happy with price and speedy delivery.All was well till November 2011 when the TV would not respond to the remote control,at which point Samsung had this put right ( faulty sensor in TV ) so front surround replaced ( which contains the sensor ).This is obviously a fault with this model as the same thing happened again less tha four months later ( March 2012 ).Now Samsung expect me to foot the bill as the repair is...
Summary: screws too tight for the fixture, left 1/2 way out as couldnt get them in fully. Now the whole fitting as broken. Samsung wont send engineer out as i purchased of Amazon. Rang Amazon, i need to send it back to expect a full refund after 2 to 3 weeks.
Summary: Gutted - I read a clutch of the reviews for this TV, and as they were mostly positive I purchased one. However, despite a crisp picture, instant auto tuning, decent sound and an overall pleasing appearance, the bowed stand is a complete turn-off. I did, like many reviewers, find the screws too short, however the stand was very firmly attached to the TV with just two of the four screws inserted; so far so good.
Summary: Not as good as expected...This set is basically the bottom of the Samsung line and it shows. I bought it for use in my bedroom for watching Sky and for the occassional Xbox gaming. Watching Sky SD there are very noticable artifacts/blocking and pixelation and not just in fast motion scenes e.g sports. For gaming as the source is HD there are absolutely no problems.
Summary: Samsung LE32C450 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready 50Hz LCD TV Living on Scottish Island I have come expect deliveries to be 2 to 3 days longer than promised. Not so with Amazon and Citylink. Promised 3 days after dispatch and there it was. Some kind of record. Read all the reviews and followed advice about stand screws. Screw them home first without the stand in place. Worked a treat. TV in place and running in 30 mins. Picture clear and sharp, sound great.
Summary: For a cheap, large lcd tv this Samsung is hard to criticise, but the one flaw of the televison manages to ruin an outstanding, yet cheap piece of kit. The problem is massive trailing issues, due to the tv's poor response time. This is most evident when playing consoles and sometimes when watching movies.
Excerpt: I got this TV around Christmas in the sales from Argos. I thought it was a good buy and looked good. You can pick it up for around £299.99 from Argos which is not a bad price for a decent 32" HD ready TV. The TV itself is a nice black 32" wide screen TV with 80cm of visible screen and has wide colour enhancers to make sure images come out to as real life as possible.