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UE32d6100 review - Hope this is helpful, 12 Sep 2011
This is my review for UE32D6100. After over a month's research on 3D LED tvs, and understanding my needs,
I chose to go for a 32" 3D TV and preffered something below 500 quid.
To this date there are two models available satisfying these requirements
1) this model
2) LG 32LW450U
I see that Comet has an offer with this model.
1) 2 pairs of 3d glasses
2) Mega Mind 3D movie ,
when I compared rest of the features, I see that Samsung is much better along with this offer becoz
* Excellent picture quality. Couldn't belive my eyes
* Being an Apple fan, when I looked at the SMART TV functions and the ease of access and refinement, I fell in love with this tv.
* With other models available at £200 more, the only things missing would be a web browser, skype and this 2D to 3D conversion.
* Internet connectivity is as simple as it could get. Just plugged in a Ethernet cable and it picked up the connection and updated to the latest firmware.
* Social Networking apps are good but it will be a pain to use with a remote. You may have to buy a wifi adapter and then try using the "samsung remote app" on ur smartphone. ( someone in the review comments pointed that iphone app can be used when the phone is in wifi connection and tv to ethernet but both on the same network connection at home. If this is true, you can save on wifi dongle.. )
* If you have a min of 1GB data speed, you can enjoy lovefilm.com movies with out buffering issues.
* 200Hz LED motion plus does a good job in removing the jitter on fast moving action sequences.
* It was very quick to read a 1TB portable harddrive connected to a dedicated USB HDD port and play movies or music on HDD.
* 3D - I would say that it is good on 32" for 3D effect, but not sufficient. I would suggest to go for a bigger screen if you want to really enjoy 3D.
* Sound is very good for the size of speakers on this thin TV panel.
* 2 pairs of 3D glasses, that's should suffice with out spending extra bucks for something not used often.
* Connection to my Mac is very simple, Just plug the HDMI ( 1.4 for 3D viewing) cable to the TV and you can multiply the display.
* Missing 2D - 3D conversion ( but not worth unless it's a bigger screen )
* Web browser and skype ( do not bother, as they are too expensive to setup )
* Couldn't use PIP ( picture in Picture ) feature till date after reading the manual.
Hope this will be useful.