Reviews and Problems with Samsung UN32EH4000 / UE32EH4000 / UA32EH4000
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Not bad for the price
Richard E. Phillips, Amazon
5 December 2013
Summary: Good clear picture. Menu takes some time to get used to. Preset timer turns off actions when there is a power disruption. If you are depending on it to wake you in the morning and the power is interrupted for even an instant during the night, you may be late for work. Light weight makes it easy to mount high on the bedroom wall. Sound is OK; typical of newer sets, it's not great and a sound bar would be needed to get high quality.
Summary: Unlike the 2013 model 4003 that replaced it, the 4000 has a full set of audio out jacks, including a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Good picture, ok sound and a backlit remote. No Smart TV on this model, available on the 5000 series. Very low power consumption, with 4 power (brightness) levels (all under 30 watts) means this unit could be run with a battery/inverter during a power outage. Very good HD picture, average SD picture.
Summary: I hung this one up in the living room. The picture is very good for the price. Sound quality is OK, would prefer speakers in the front, as its louder from behind the TV on the wall mount. I have a telescoping mount that moves side to side so I can adjust it and that is the only problem I have with this TV.
Summary: I am a fan of the Samsung & Sharp TVs. These new LED TVs use almost no energy, $6 per year. I bought it for my bedroom because I was tired of looking at my little 19" tv. It works great. This one seems to be going on sale everywhere so check your wholeclubs for comparitive pricing. Amazon had the best price when I order it but my free shipping took a while for delivery.
Summary: I am very happy with this. There are better quality TV's out there, but for the money, this is perfect for or needs. This is a good budget tv for a small room. My other old tube tv FINALLY broke, and I could justify purchasing this tv. I have had it for over a month and its perfect for the bedroom. Inexpensive and decent quality. You can't go wrong at this price level.
Summary: I am generally happy with this TV. I followed CNet's advice for picture settings then tweaked them to my liking. The sound on this set is marginal, but there is an equalizer built in. This helped, but did not entirely solve sound issues.
Pros: Solid picture. Good picture adjustment controls. Slim bezel.
Cons: Mediocre sound. Poorly-designed remote. Few inputs.
Summary: This TV has an amazing picture right out of the box. It also has a few cons which is why I am giving it four stars instead of five. The stand is flimsy and in my opinion defective. The TV is slightly tilted up which is irritating to me. I took the stand apart and looked at it again and in my case at least the problem seems to be that when you slide the stand onto the back of the TV the slots on the stand do not line up correctly with the slots on the TV.
Summary: OK, the remote has to many small buttons. There are only two HDMI inputs and the sound system is only acceptable. Samsung omitted some bells and whistles to keep the retail price down, but they did not take any short cuts on picture quality. This 32" 720P/60hz TV has a superb picture. This LED stuff works. Colors are vivid but not overpowering and the black is black. I easily hooked the passable audio to my wave radio and instantly cured the audio deficiency.
Summary: TV has a great picture and the sound is good. Use it as a 2nd set in the bedroom. But if you need several outlets and inputs this one may not be for you. The stand could be a bit higher. Over all very pleased with it.
Summary: 4 Stars because of perfect picture quality, Super energy saver... The price is well worth it. This TV has a headphone jack in actuality although it doesn't say so. It is the back hole at the back.