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Samsung 32 inch LCD Television 1080p 15000:1 (Rose Black)
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A Perfect fusion of design & technology. The LE32A656 mixes beautiful design with cutting edge technology & features to satisfy all your viewing needs. - Picture Enhancement - DNIe Pro - Contrast - 15,000 : 1 - Sound type - SRS Trusurround - Inputs - 4xH
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I had a 26 inch TV before this, and what strikes me is how big it is. 32 inch is now considered to be at the lower end of screen sizes - but don't be fooled, it's still an impressive size.
The TV takes you through a simple set up procedure where it searches for analogue channels and then tunes into the digital Freeview channels.
The main issue with large screen sizes is the truth that the bigger the screen the worse the picture quality - this has nothing to do with the quality of the TV, it's just that standard definition TV (be it from Cable, Freeview, or Satellite) is over compressed and suffers from digital image noise/artefecting. This can be well masked on a small screen, but on larger screens these image flaws are magnified and seem obvious.
I am incredibly impressed with the Series 6 and how it manages Freeview through it's internal digital tuner. It does a sterling job of upscaling the image, and when I'm sat on my settee the picture looks natural and (possibly because of the internal software trickery) surprisingly free of digital noise and compression 'tiling'. The picture looks much better and livelier on this 32 inch screen than it did on my 26 inch CRT.Read more ›
The tv is a doddle to set up, but then you have an almost limitless set of configuration menus. Usefully you can set your picture settings for each input - i.e. if your dvd player seems slightly different from your Freeview picture you can adjust just that input.
The only slight disappointment is the sound quality. The speakers are just too puny to deliver. If you already have a home cinema sound system, it isn't going to be much of a problem. But, if like me, you didn't have one - you'll be out shopping the next day to buy one!
It loses one star because the speakers just aren't good enough.