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Samsung UE32B6000 32-inch Widescreen LED TV Full HD 1080P Ultra Slim with Freeview (discontinued by manufacturer)

by Samsung

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  • HD ready


Important Information

On-mode power consumption
95 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
32" / 81 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 79.9 x 52.1 cm ; 13 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 17 Kg
  • Item model number: UE32B6000
  • ASIN: B002DL20Y8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Jun 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,700 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

• FHD 1080p
• LED Lighting
• Ultra Slim Crystal TV
• Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio
• 100Hz Motion Plus
• Ultra Clear Panel

Features
Size32
HDTV readyYes
Colour of productRose Black
Connection to PCHDMI x 4 Scart x 1 (Mini jack) USB x 1 Service 1Digital Audio (Optical) 1PC input (D-sub) 1 PC Audio Input (Mini Jack) 1 Input DVI Audio Input (Mini Jack) Shared with PC Audio Input Component (Y/Pb/Pr) 1 (Mini Jack) Composite(AV) Shared with Component
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Contrast RatioMega Contrast

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Customer Reviews

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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By U. Tanveer on 25 Oct 2009
This is a stunning TV. Image quality is fantastic in standard def, but with a 1080p HD input it just becomes a completely different animal. The 100Hz motion plus makes the picture so incredibly smooth, and with ultra contrast there is unparalelled depth in the images. On top of all of these, it is less than 3cm deep! Looks just as good off as it does on.
Because it uses LED technology it uses much less energy than its LCD / Plasma counterparts so can save you more money in the long run (there is even a neat power-meter feature that shows you how much energy you are using!).

The sound quality isn't great but if you are buying a TV like this, you will need a surround sound system for the ultimate viewing experience!
Only other thing I can fault it on is the HDMI / VGA connection ports at the back. Due to the amazingly slim design, I had to buy new slimmer cables to connect my PS3 / computer - the plastic casing on the cables being too bulky to allow them to fit into their slots!! Also, the backlight will dim automatically when very dark images appear (I think this is an energy saving feature) which doesnt really put me off but some people may find it annoying.

This is definately one of the best 32" TVs on the market and although it is more expensive, its definately worth the extra in my opinion.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By W. JENSEN on 9 Jan 2010
Awesome telly! Picture is great, sound (which everyone seems to slate) really isn't too bad - we don't notice (and considering how thin this telly is, it is impressive)! And anyone serious will be able to plug this into an external amp & speakers. Works great with my MacBook Pro using a VGA connector (there is a direct VGA input on the back), and the image and DVDs look great. Also plugged in my now aging PC running XP, which looked great once I had updated the display settings. Watched a BBC HD program using the MacBook, and I think the only thing that let it down was the VGA lead as the picture wasn't quite HD some of the time (I don't think it could carry the image quick enough - looking forward to getting the HDMI cable sorted!). The digital TV tuner works very well. The default set up is to have channels 1 to 5 as analogue, and thereafter Freeview. Although I'm not sure why anyone would watch the analogue when the Freeview is such good quality. Watched a DVD through my PS2 (yep, we're kind of behind the times!) using the component input (for which there is a special adaptor channeling all the components through a special 3.5 mm jack) and it was fine, although the PS2 looks soo grainy and dated compared to the MacBook Pro. You may have read in some places that there is some ghosting on sharp black lines on a light background (I think someone mentioned early Family Guy in particular), we noticed this on the title sequence to Arrested Development, but I can't believe it isn't just a feature of the telly trying to "scale up" old DVDs to HD. Another downside is that there is no headphone out! There is an optical out, but this requires you to have a pretty swanky external amp etc. No good for our Bose Sounddock 2!Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. Hawley on 25 Oct 2009
got this tv on the wall in the bedroom due to lack of space but still looks ace please note that this tv only has 1 scart my overall rating is 10 out of 10.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By happy in devon on 8 Oct 2009
so lifelike you feel you are there the best tv i have ever seen. really easy to set up.service was fantastic from ordering to dilivery was only 36hrs.cheapest i found it anywhere go on treat your self get one now!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Boagey on 7 April 2010
thought i would write a few comments about this product seems tho it was the reviews from other buyers which made my mind up for me to buy this. I would recommend this tv to any body the picture quality is amazin and the sound quality isnt too bad either although if ur one for watchin movies all the time i would suggest a surround sound system. To see the tv's quality at its best i would recommend u rig it up to a blu-ray player as i have seen the quality is outstanding. Only thing i would of liked to of seen in the tv's menus is a option that just says " at its best" as there is quiete a few options to choose from regarding the performance of the tele but thats me just bein fussy if ur thinking about buyin this then i would definetly suggest u do get it and the price isnt too bad either and the delivery of the item from amazon was spot on too all in all its a good buy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Sheridan on 26 Mar 2010
I decided to buy this as I needed a TV for my bedroom
I couldn't be happier with it so far
With it's ultra slim dimensions & gloss finish, this is asthetically pleasing before even switching it on.
The Picture quality is excellent, DTV images through an arial are nice and sharp and with good clarity of colours and so far haven't come across and image blur or issues with blacks.
As I'm sure is mentioned in other reviews, the set auto dims to make blacks seem "blacker" which some people could find an annoyance but it isn't something that is yet to bother me.

As it's not my main TV, there's never the need to crank up the volume, so can't give a review of the sound but the speakers are adequate at lower volumes

The remote control has an unusual design incorporating an unecessary hook type curve at the bottom.
However, a major plus going for the remote is the backlit buttons when a button is pressed.
Ideal when watching TV in bed at night

All in all the is a great TV for the price it is on offer. Yes you can get an LCD equivilent for cheaper but I'd definately choose the LED over it any time
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