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Samsung LE32C450 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready 50Hz LCD TV with Freeview (discontinued by manufacturer)

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  • Samsung HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview
  • Connect your movies, photos and music easily to your TV via USB
  • Anynet+ lets you one-touch control any compatible Samsung device connected via HDMI
  • 3 HDMI slots let you connect more devices in HD quality
  • Wide Colour Enhancer brings the true colour of your picture to life
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Samsung LE32D403 32-inch HD Ready 50Hz CMR LCD TV (discontinued by manufacturer)
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Important Information

On-mode power consumption
120 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
32" / 81 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 78.4 x 7.6 x 51.4 cm ; 9 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 12 Kg
  • Item model number: LE32C450
  • ASIN: B003DNSJAO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,182 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Connect Share Movie

There’s no excuse anymore for leaving all those great digital pictures and videos in your cameras. All you need with the Samsung HDTV is a USB connection cord. Just plug it in then instantly play. It even works for your music collection. So now anytime is showtime.

Plug-in your USB device and watch your videos or listen to your music
Plug-in your USB device and watch your videos or listen to your music

Wide Colour Enhancer

Capturing nature is the goal of an artist. We've achieved it as well with our Wide Colour Enhancer. Our unique 3D colour stretching technology saturates each pixel until it achieves the true colour and luminescence intended by nature. So every colour on the RGB spectrum is brought to life. It is a work of art.

This TV doesn’t settle for less than perfect

A picture that’s smooth and clear doesn’t always magically appear. That’s why many of our latest HDTVs are equipped with a digital noise filter. When you have a less-than-perfect picture in a poor reception area, this filter reduces the analog noise created during transmission, reproducing clear images, sharp details, and bringing images back to their original beauty.

Anynet+

Take the drama out of enjoying your home theatre. Anynet+ delivers one-touch control for all compatible SAMSUNG audio and video devices connected via HDMI. Now one touch is all it takes instead of a coffee table full of remotes.

Control all your compatible Samsung devices with one remote control
Anynet+ delivers one-touch control for all compatible SAMSUNG audio and video devices connected via HDMI

3 HDMI

All it takes is one cable to connect your TV to your other audio and video sources. Our HDMI slot allows you to import all kinds of content without compression including pictures and videos from your digital camcorders and multimedia PCs. Now enjoying it all on a wide HD screen couldn't be easier.

Planet First

Samsung is committed to provide consumers better green experiences through innovative technology, design and processes. So you can put your feet up and relax knowing you're leaving a smaller carbon footprint.

Product Description

  • Samsung HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview
  • Connect your movies, photos and music easily to your TV via USB
  • Anynet+ lets you one-touch control any compatible Samsung device connected via HDMI
  • 3 HDMI slots let you connect more devices in HD quality
  • Wide Colour Enhancer brings the true colour of your picture to life

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
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117 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Rees on 9 Jun 2010
Purchased this TV for my Bedroom.Its a new model and its perfect.I am using it with Freeview The picture is crystal clear and the sound punchy.I put it up on the the wall with a Hama bracket(also purchased from Amazon).Took me about 25mins.Very pleasing to look at even when not switched on, with its shiny rose/black coloured bezel and curved underside with clear plastic trim.The back of the TV is metal not the usual plastic and has all the HDMI points that you need.At the side is a USB port so you can watch movies photos etc that are on your memory stick.I thoroughly recommend this TV.
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125 of 129 people found the following review helpful By chouds on 2 Jun 2010
This is an excellent tv. it is much better than the one it replaces. The image quality is outstanding. it even better viewing in high definition. i have nothing bad to say about the tv.
i have another samsung tv. but this is much much better.I did a lot of research before purcahsing the tv. Amazon offered the best price and the delivery was quick. well done amazon team.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Mark on 19 Dec 2010
Right, first up this is a fantastic TV at a great price from Amazon. I haven't seen this cheaper anywhere else, and the delivery from Amazon was was incredibly quick and hassle free. There's only one or two retailers online who I'd trust with a purchase such as this, and Amazon tops the list for me. And no, I'm not paid to say this!

I came to this TV as my first HD set from an older CRT TV, which was pretty good really but had certain picture geometry problems that I just couldn't get on with, and had a much smaller screen viewing area. If you're used to CRT tellies, then you'll know how relatively easy they are to set up to get a good quality picture. Colour me flabbergasted then, when I set up this Samsung TV and went into the menus. There's options everywhere! It can be really daunting, and I'm not surprised to see many reviews here saying they've had difficulty optimising the picture. It took me a lot of trial and error to get the picture I like from it, which was not helped one bit by scouring the net for help. There is a lot of erroneous info around about how to set up a good quality picture. Some of it is useful, don't get me wrong, but there's a lot of conflicting information too about certain settings. Particularly the backlight settings. I was told in some guides to turn it right down and compensate for it with the brightness and contrast settings to preserve its life span, but frankly this just doesn't work this way, certainly not on this TV anyway. I had to set my backlight to 14 out of 20 to get a realistic looking and consistent image I could work from. Dropping to lower levels rendered the picture dark and unwatchable, no matter how I might then try to set the brightness and contrast.
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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By blink_boyo on 13 Oct 2010
Having just received my brand spanking new Samsung telly, I was a little put out to find that the screws supplied in the box don't actually fit the stand - they can be screwed in about half an inch, but no more, meaning that the telly wobbles precariously on the stand. I have resorted to resting it on books for the time being, but expect Samsung to provide either new screws or a new stand, whichever works - I didn't pay £300 for a telly to rest it on some old literature.

That said, the television itself is excellent - I have yet to try it on HD mode as my cable hasn't arrived yet, but the picture quality is excellent (showing analogue in all its fuzzy glory), and the sound is fearsome. The added features such as being able to play videos straight off USB are great, and the whole thing is easy as pie to set up.

Overall, I am really pleased with the telly, it's just a shame about the issue with the stand, which I hope will be resolved sooner rather than later.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By jack on 23 July 2010
This television is everything I hoped it would be and is very good value for money. It was very easy to set up and has a good clear picture and sound. I would recommend it to any potential purchaser.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. John Hamilton on 4 Feb 2011
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Our 13 year old Toshiba CRT set was still going strong, but as we go digital next June it seemed like a good idea to get a digital TV before the VAT went up. We picked the Samsung LE32C450 as the price was reasonable and the reviews were generally positive.

I ordered it on Christmas day and it arrived on the 29'th. Well done Amazon.

Some reviews have mentioned difficulty screwing on the base, but I experienced no problems.

When it was first switched on it went through its scan for local channels. Surprisingly it failed to find the only watchable BBC1 signal, from our local transmitter, and stored instead several channels with blurry signals from much more distant transmitters. I had to program the local BBC1 channel manually. Doing this, and sorting the stored channels into my preferred order seemed to involve an awful lot of button clicking.

When I was able to settle down and actually look at the picture, I was very disappointed. Using the "Standard" settings, the picture was very dark. Outdoor scenes were dull, indoor studio scenes gloomy, and low-light scenes so murky that they were un-watchable. Shadow detail was also very poor, so that dark clothing was reduced to uniform black. I would have hoped that Samsung could have chosen their default settings so that the TV would give an acceptable picture "out of the box". Using the "Film" settings seemed little better, and the "Dynamic" settings were bright but too garish.

There is a very wide choice of picture adjustments available. Unfortunately these are not very clearly documented and there is no guide on how to set them up for a good picture. Some of the advanced settings don't even seem to do anything. I fiddled around for a long time, usually mainly making things worse.
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