Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN32D5000 / UE32D5000 / UA32D5000
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26 September 2011
Excerpt: The big features this year might be 3D and smart TV, but that doesn’t mean everyone wants them. If you’re one of those people who doesn’t particularly feel the need, you may be interested in this Samsung , a 32in TV that boasts premium picture-enhancing features such as LED backlighting, motion processing and, of course, a Full HD resolution, but hits a very affordable price by leaving out those headline features that some might consider unnecessary.
Pros: Sony BDP-S380, Excellent performance for the price, good looking design, perfectly decent sound
Cons: Sony BDP-S380, Motion isn’t perfect, no Freeview HD
Excerpt: We’ve really only one niggle about Samsung’s latest value-busting effort. The very latest features are missing from this Series 5 set; 3D, Smart TV and Samsung’s Apps have all been slashed to get this super-slim 32-inch LED-backlit LCD TV down to a palatable price, but neither of these zeitgeist features are going to bother most people. No, what’s really annoying about the UE32D5000 is its lack of Freeview HD.
Pros: Slim design, low price, Full HD detail, 100Hz smoothness, SD upscaling for the money
Cons: Lacks Freeview HD, no Smart TV or apps, LED backlighting is low-end, audio