Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN32C5000 / UE32C5000 / UA32C5000
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Theres alot better out there.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Well where to start. The Samsung 32" LED HDTV is not exactly what it claims to be. Not only is it pricey, but it is also faulty, and falsely advertised. The Tv's are very expensive for the type of services they offer and the quality picture, and the quality of the TV itself stink. I own a Phillips TV also and the samsung couldnt hold my Phillips jockstrap to put it lightly.
Excerpt: I have been loyal to Samsung ever since I purchased a 55" LCD from them last year. The picture quality of Samsung TV's simply cannot be beat. This TV is no different from any other Samsung, it's absolutely gorgeous. The picture is amazingly vivid and the color is brilliant. The form factor is very sleek and goes well in my living room. It's quite thin and light as well. The TV is big enough that it can fill a small living room but also a decent size for a bedroom.
Excerpt: The TV is nice. The picture quality is great compare to other brands. I personally think that the quality is even better than Sony. You could really see the difference – such as the wrinkle on the face or the individual leave on the tree. The color is vibrant. The problem with the TV is that the circuit board goes out quite often (the fuses on the board).
Summary: Product was great packaged very loose. No directions and I purcased the refurbashed model becouse it stated it had a one year in home warrenty I would like this in some type of writing they sent no pappers with it and hope amazon would look into this so i feel like i get what i am told as I love shopping on amazon hope for feedback thank you I provided my number....
Summary: I love this TV!!!! Mounted on wall over dresser in my bedroom. The picture is fantastic, clear, very bright. TV is so light and thin it's easy to hang on wall mount, easy to move out of the way when necessary. GREAT TV it's my 3rd Samsung who I think makes the very best in Flat Screen TV's!!!
Summary: I purchased this tv back in September and have yet to watch it. There was a problem with the screen right from the start. There was a big discolouration about the size of a large grapefuit. I had to send it back to Samsung for repairs. When they sent it back the screen had been fixed but the back panel of the tv was all dented and the glass frame was cracked and I was missing screws for the stand. So I had to send it back again to Samsung.
Summary: Great TV; if only it had more connections for older types of inputs, i.e. component, s-video, composite. I know they're not state of the art, but I own them and they're still goodish. I hate being forced to buy new compatible equipment.
Summary: I have this and im sure im getting another for my pc. one bad thing look at the tv standing or sitting to the side and the picture gets lighter. My mom's 32 LCD sony does is to. I was watching a tv show and on the show there was a hdtv in the backround it also looked like the screen was getting bright i think most of the hd tv's do this. this tv is the best i have seen and its built really well.
Summary: Wow - what a great TV. Everything about this TV is awesome functionally and it is beautiful aesthetically. A couple of minor things to mention; 1.) I hate the way they built the connections on the left side of the TV so close to the edge. They at least could have had them facing down where there may be more room. USB and Wireless devices aren't too bad but HDMI and any other cable sticks out the side. I ruined an HDMI cable trying to get it to bend enough to not show.
Summary: First off, I'd like to note that I used a 360 and PC with the TV. Currently, it's the best-looking HDTV we have in the house. I've never seen my 360 games look or play this good. There is almost ZERO input lag when gaming. Colors are vivid, blacks are the darkest I've ever seen, and everything just kind of pops. I haven't tested the sound, although several reviews note the built-in speakers are terrible. I don't use built-in speakers, so that wasn't an issue.