Summary: Its not the greatest tv. But you will enjoy it for the price. I bought it in november and I must say I been happy with it. To all the people complaining about the lack of connections for your surround sound there's a solution.
With honest and realistic expectations, it's the Best HDTV for $400
GreenGetterGuy "ango", Amazon
7 March 2012
Summary: country of origin: Mexico I had two weeks to evaluate my copy. FYI, This is my first HDTV. At the same time, I'm forever spoiled by Retina Display. Pros: Incredible resolution for 720. DVD and Netflix takes full advantage of 720 display and look great.
Summary: Was looking for a bedroom TV to mount on my wall. Saw this available open-box and took a chance. It had been RMA'd but was well packed in the original box and had all the accessories. No problems, fired right up. Has a very good, accurate picture with minimum adjustment.
Pros: 720p is fine for a 32" set. Great picture and sufficient sound. I picked this one because it had lots of inputs, 4 HDMI, component, composite, VGA plus optical out and a headphone jack.. The backlight bleed is barely noticeable to me.
Cons: Met my expectations so I haven't really found any yet. I did notice some flicker on 1080i sources, so I excluded that res. from my cable box. Samsung should really list the exact size bolt you need to wall mount this. They say M8 but don't give the length.
Summary: I originally saw this television at Best Buy. It stood out in a crown of other LCD and LED-LCD HDTVs for contrast and angle of view. We have a 185 year old cabinet that houses our TV so our unit size is limited by the interior dimensions of that cabinet. This just works. The picture is superb.
Summary: Bought this TV 3 months ago because the dimensions fit our cabinet. It has excellent picture quality, easy to follow instructions, and easy setup. Easy to attach to PC by means of HDMI cable. A potentially serious shortcoming is lack of any audio output.
Summary: The picture quality is great. It looks wonderful on a wall. At 32 inches the 720p is perfect for all purposes of watching TV and movies (especially without a Blu-Ray). I do have one issue with the USB port. I am constantly watching video files from my thumb drive on my TV.