Reviews and Problems with Samsung UE32EH4003 / UN32EH4003 / UA32EH4003
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Great TV for the Price and Size
4 weeks ago
Summary: This was a gift for my parents who are not tech savvy at all they do not have cable but like watching the local channels. They live in a building which made it hard to get reception and this TV wasn't a problem at all the picture is nice and clear for a 720p I probably should have gone with a 1020p but this was within my budget and they are happy with it and even better I'm happy because their not bothering me anymore g-d bless for the TV!
Summary: Audio is lacking, but you come to expect that in flat panels now days.
Pros: It is quicker on analog input than my 55" LED, but still not fast enough to let me use my NES Zapper. Playing the NES has less lag making it much easier to play now. Can play video right off of a flash drive.
Cons: 1st one came with a cracked screen and had to pay $30 to RMA it. Blame shipping though...
Summary: Great picture, but as other reviews have mentioned, terrible sound with no options to hook into an A/V receiver. I still went with this because it will be used in a bedroom at lower sound levels, so that wasn't a make or break factor for me.
Summary: It's only been two weeks but so far it is a great TV. Paired to Satellite and a PC I still have inputs for other temp items. Sound and picture are very good. Set up and initial adjustments were a breeze. Size is just right. Mounted on a movable wall arm in a bedroom. Our second of the same model and we have a Samsung 60" Plasma in the rec room.
Pros: Built-In Speakers, Inexpensive, Lightweight, Realistic color
Summary: Great picture, and the speakers are not that bad, but I want fuller sound. I don't need home theater, just better sound. That seems to be why this TV was such a low price for 32-inch LED, besides it being 720p. I cant tell that 1080 is better, we have it on other tvs. The kicker is that there is no rca or headphone output. The only way to add better audio is to buy a home theater system that accepts HDMI. Most soundbars do not.