Summary: great TV for the money! enough said. and so on and so on and so on and so on. blah blah. i love the quality of Samsung. I have another Samsung LED and it's a great TV also. If you do your research you'll find that Samsung was I believe the first company to make LCD/ LED tvs. The durabilty of the product is great!
A reasonably good HDTV, but not without problems.....
19 November 2010
Summary: Compared to what Sony, LG and Sharp offer, the Samsung LN32B540 32" 720p HDTV is a hair better when it comes to picture and sound quality, features and overall design. The features this unit has are amazing (when they work). Things like 6-12 hours advanced TV-Guide "type" listings, detailed program description, earphone output, fast channel switching and "turn-on". But...as they say, nothing is perfect.
Summary: I have owned this for about a year now. Unfortunately, this particular model is not made anymore. Samsung is replacing it with the LN32C540. That being said, this is a good LCDTV for anyone new to the HD field to start out with. I'm sure the next 540 will be as well. Despite being only 720p, the picture (using a Sony upconversion DVD player [DVP-NS710H] and a Media Bridge HDMI cable) is amazingly crisp thanks to the customized picture settings I've done.
Summary: Since I don't do a lot of TV watching (except football), I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a TV, and since I do most of my TV watching in a small room, 32" was plenty big for me. I have had great luck with my other Samsung HDTV, so I had no qualms about buying another one. I just got this, so I can't comment on the longevity of the unit, but the picture quality is excellent.
Summary: This is overall a 5 star review. Set picture and sound quality exceeded expectations. However, I deducted 1 due to the initial appearance of the set. Yes yes, it is refurbished, but I didn't expect it to arrive looking... well "used". There were scuff lines running around the edges of the set that I was able to gently scrub away (mostly.
Summary: I have owned this TV for about 2 years now and if it is still available, don't hesitate to buy it. I have it in my bedroom and at first it seemed a little big for my room, but I now just LOVE it. I read reviews about the speakers not being good...must have been an isolated case....MY SPEAKERS get very loud....there is no way I could leave them on the highest level and the quality is very nice. Picture is great. I have another Samsung 23" and love both.
Summary: I got this TV less than 6 months ago. Luckily for me I was still under warranty, one year with Samsung and an additional year with Costco. One minute I had picture and sound, the next only sound. The Samsung technician agreed immediately it was an issue and told me I had to ship to their repair center in New Jersey. I still had the box so shipping was not a big deal. If I had not kept the box, it would have been very inconvenient.
Gets the right stuff correct,especially the picture.
Alphabet Man "Most toys wins", Amazon
6 October 2010
Summary: When it came time to replace the finally failing 27 yr old Sony in the bedroom,I looked of course back at Sony and others.After much research, I settled on Samsung,Panasonic, and Sony 32" sets.Each time I viewed the sets, the Panasonic and Samsung were the two favs. Side by side, the Samsung blew the Panasonic off the shelf with better blacks( though I'm sure the Panny plasmas would have been better) and color accruracy.Other purchase pushers were the better jack pack on...
Summary: I bought a Samsung 46" LCD TV last year and loved the picture quality, so this year when I looked to purchase a computer monitor I decided to check out Samsung again. Finally I settled for this unit (Samsung LN32B540 32" 720p HDTV) at COSTCO for below $400 this past Thanksgiving weekend after I spent some time comparing its picture quality and price to similar products at both local COSTCO and Sam's Club as well as in Amazon.com.