Samsung UE32F6800 32-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD 3D Slim LED Smart TV with Dual Core Processor (New for 2013)

April 7, 2014 - Comment

Product Features Amazon Instant Video Compatible Smart Content, powered by Samsung’s Dual Core processor, lets you enjoy thousands of your favourite downloadable apps, allows you to browse the web and wirelessly share movies, photos, music and more with AllShare Play Dual Core processor enables lightning-fast multitasking for enriched engagement Full HD 3D technologies give you

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Product Features

  • Amazon Instant Video Compatible
  • Smart Content, powered by Samsung’s Dual Core processor, lets you enjoy thousands of your favourite downloadable apps, allows you to browse the web and wirelessly share movies, photos, music and more with AllShare Play
  • Dual Core processor enables lightning-fast multitasking for enriched engagement
  • Full HD 3D technologies give you a breath-taking selection of 3D documentaries, game trailers, children’s movies, music videos and sports content on demand via Explore 3D, and even includes a 3D Converter so you can watch 2D content in 3D
  • S-Recommendation technology lets you discover more of the TV you love by suggesting what’s new to watch based on what you like.
  • Voice interaction lets you interact with your TV in a whole new way, by simply talking to it via your remote

Comments

AlanMusicMan says:

HDMI Audio Issues: Breaking my Heart to Send it Back… but.. I bought the 55″ version of this in September 2013 – at a great price from Amazon.As a TV it works really really well. Great picture quality and (after a little adjustment to audio lip-sync) works great with our Sky+ box.However, I also wanted to use it to display from an ASUS HDP-R1 media streaming box (a stand alone box which streams video, audio and photos from our home server) and from our home cinema PC. When using these two devices with the TV (feeding output from their respective HDMI outputs) I get a great picture, but either get no audio (PC) or very much adrift audio (streamer box). In the latter case, the audio delay settings offered by the TV don’t provide enough adjustment to get near to making it work properly (and in any case any such adjustment throws out the lip-sync for the SKY+ box, since the adjustment affects all HDMI inputs).I tried both PC and streamer box with other TVs. We have an old Series 3 32″ Samsung and also a series 4…

S. Thomas says:

Stunning Visual Experience The Samsung LED TV appeals visually even before it is switched on, with a very thin profile (it is less than 5cm deep excluding the stand), no visible speakers and a minimalistic, yet robust and stylish stand. The picture and sound quality from the set are superb and overall I was delighted.* Setting up is relatively straightforward; insert two pieces of the stand plus a cover, power lead, aerial, broadband and DVD/Sky connections. You are guided through the rest of the setting up via on screen menus with the minimal printed guide providing some ancillary information. A more fulsome guide is available on screen.* The quality of the picture is very good and is easily tailored to suit most requirements using presets optimised for specific viewing such as ‘movie’. Each preset is further adaptable using, for example, contrast and brightness controls so you can finely hone to taste. All pre-sets are easily readjusted back to factory settings through menu…

Ian Wantling "Ian Wantling" says:

Samsung UE40F6800 – a very classy TV indeed. For a 40′ tv the UE40F6800 appears to be expensive, and for a 40′ tv – it is. But the 6800 package is much, much more than just a tv as I was about to find out.Opening the box you will find secreted in the top layer packaging your 2 pairs of active 3D glasses, the two silver mounting feet and accessory pack containing your normal Samsung remote, an additional Smart Hub (with track pad) universal remote with Voice command function, an IR extender to enable your universal remote to function and control your other devices, cable tidy clips, 4 AAA batteries and your user paperwork with registration documents.The tv is incredibly user friendly to set up. One you have affixed the feet to the set, all you need to do is plug it in, connect an AV source (a standard aerial for Freeview HD, a Satellite dish feed for Freesat HD, or a HDMI lead from your Sky or (in my case) Virgin Tivo box. The first time you switch on the tv it walks you through the initial set up, auto…

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