Reviews and Problems with Samsung LN32C530 / LE32C530 / LA32C530
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Great picture at a great price
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I love this tv it's very easy to use and easy to set up and works great. The only thing I don't like about this tv is that it takes a long time to turn on. If you hit the power button by accident and then have to wait for it to come back on it is a little annoying!
Summary: About 6 years ago, I was shopping for my last TV. At the time, I was very concerned with how it would fit in the location I needed. I didn't have much space and was really worried about how the speakers would add to the size. Many sets had side-mounted speakers and I got one with under-mounted speakers. There was a big difference in quality as well.
Excerpt: The only real problem this TV is connected with quick scenes - sudden movements by the camera. In these situations it is clearly observed as loss of image resolution and detail. This problem however have all LCDs in its price range, and many who are much more expensive. However, 99% of users will notice - and my wife as saying: you’re crazy. Perhaps I am, yes’ I had money for a C650, so I chose the next best thing.
Summary: I've had my 32 inch Samsung for over 30 days now so am finally comfortable offering my opinion on the product (vs a review after only one week of ownership). This is my second Samsung LCD (purchased a 40" three years ago) and overall, I'm very satisfied with Samsung's quality, features and workmanship.
Summary: I don't have this model but so what.first i got an LE 32 hd it sucked. The samsung is built well, its heavy and is fixed to a solid round chunk of clear plastic.I know sony is not as strong as my samsung model. can not be knocked over,very srong. it has a sharp look everything is good but one thing with my model if you look at it off angle the picture gets brighter i dont know why. my maw has a sony 32 hd and it does not get as bright off angle.
Summary: The price of televisions has fallen rapidly in the last few years, allowing the average Joe to purchase a decent set for under £400. Today I'm putting Samsung's LE-32C530 through its paces - it's a thirty-two inch LCD which has become a popular choice due to its solid performance and meagre price-tag.
Summary: I recently purchased the Samsung LN32C530 TV and I love it. We installed it in the bedroom and it has a feature that is a big advantage for us: the timer on to wake us in the morning. We use it as our alarm clock to awaken us. Almost all TVs have a timer off feature or a sleep timer, but Samsung is one of the few TV manufacturers who offer the timer on advantage.
Summary: For years and years I have almost exclusively bought Samsung TVs and monitors, given the positive experience with them. I consider it a good and reliable brand. Exactly one year ago I had to replace the old CRT TV in my living room and I decided to opt for a LCD screen. After all it was the technology everyone was talking about and there were very good offers and deals everywhere.