Samsung UE32EH5000 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD

July 23, 2013 - Comment

EH5000 Series 5 Full HD LED TV. Powerful viewing thats prepared for almost anything. Enjoy amazingly vivid and realistic Full HD entertainment. See more amazing colours with Wide Colour Enhancer Plus. Access your photos, movies and music on USB storage. Be protected against power surges, lightning and humidity. Product Features 1920 x 1080 Pixel Resolution

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EH5000 Series 5 Full HD LED TV. Powerful viewing thats prepared for almost anything. Enjoy amazingly vivid and realistic Full HD entertainment. See more amazing colours with Wide Colour Enhancer Plus. Access your photos, movies and music on USB storage. Be protected against power surges, lightning and humidity.

Product Features

  • 1920 x 1080 Pixel Resolution
  • 50Hz
  • 32″ LED TV
  • Freeview HD Tuner

Comments

Mr. C says:

Great LED TV for the price for those that don’t want 3D or SMART I spent a lot of time researching new TVs before I settled on this. I decided I didn’t want or need 3D (in my view a gimmick with not enough decent content to justify it) or SMART TV (I have an XBOX and a WDTV Live and a few laptops round the house so navigating clunky apps, that I never use on a TV did not seem important to me). I got the 46″ model and it is a great TV at a very competitive price. I’ll sound of some good/not so good points to help any future buyers.Picture image is incredible. It’s full LED (not LCD with LED borders as far as I know)and looks crisp and clear, best when you are getting a full HD signal. I have xbox at 1080p which looks superb. I don’t watch much TV but standard freeview digital signals look just ok…not superb, but this is probably just an issue with the source signal. I use an internal freeview aerial with a booster.The TV does have Freeview HD and I am able to get BBC,ITV,Channel 4 etc HD channels. All look great and much better…

M. Beddow "Michael Beddow" says:

Great at the price The delivery man carried this set up to my front door in one hand and with a spring in his step, demonstrating how flatscreen technology has advanced. I’d just come close to busting a gut moving its predecessor, also a 32inch flatscreen but weighing around four times as much and a lot bigger, out of the way.Unpacking, assembly on its stand and setup couldn’t have been simpler or quicker. Everything was ready and working within ten minutes.There was only one thing I needed to alter in the default settings. The default video mode, though labelled “normal” looks more to me like “chocolate box pretty”. It may appeal to folk who like to boost the saturation of their snapshots to “enhance” the colours, but I went for a less garish option. I suspect that some of the reviewers here who don’t like the greens may be reacting to this over-lush default setting. But tweakers and twiddlers take note: Samsung remind you that this is a bottom-of-the-range model by restricting…

Raymond G. Reid says:

Samsung UE32EH5000 : A very nice TV Just wanted to add some information about this TV, which seems hard to find.It has Freeview HD built in.It doesn’t connect to iplayer, although there is a Network port at the back.(I don’t know whether this is going to be added as a feature at a later date or not, Currently the port can only be used for playing media from your home network.)It uses the cheaper form of LED tech, edge LED – but for the price, that’s expected.It can display upto 1080p resolution.The image quality whilst watching HD channels is great, whilst watching SD channels its not the best – This is just like all new LED / LCD TV’s, if you want nice SD channels then buy a Plasma TV, in my opinion nothing else comes close.The USB port plays everything that I’ve thrown at it, HD & SD content.It uses only 39 watts of electricity, that the equivalent of one incandescent candle lightbulb!WOW!One downside,…

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