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Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV

Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV
Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV


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Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV


Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV

Samsung’s LN-S3241D is for the technophile who demands the highest quality – and value – in a wide screen HDTV LCD. Its 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, HD-grade resolution and advanced technology deliver a remarkably crisp picture in vivid color. The slim, black frame incorporates side speakers that deliver SRS TruSurround XT sound; two HDMI inputs allow connectivity to a wide range of digital devices, including MP3s, digital cameras, camcorders, PCs, DVD players and more. The 32″ size is perfect for bedrooms and kids’ playrooms.If you’re just entering the HD arena and don’t want to break the bank on your first flat-screen television, the entry-level 32-inch Samsung LNS3241D LCD TV is a great fit for your budget and it offers many of the same video processing features as its higher end 51- and 52-Series siblings. It features an integrated HDTV tuner, 10-bit video processor, and a 3000:1 contrast ratio for smooth, vibrant pictures. It also includes dual HDMI inputs for simultaneous signa

  • Powerful entry-level 32-inch LCD TV with integrated HDTV tuner; measures 35.1 x 24.2 x 9.8 inches (WxHxD) with included stand
  • 3D Y/C digital comb filter for improved transition detail; picture-in-picture (PIP) capability
  • 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, 500 cd/m2 brightness, super-fast 8ms response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio, 178-degree viewing angle
  • Connections: 2 composite A/V (1 side), 2 S-Video (1 side), 1 component (Y/Pb/Pr), 2 HDMI, 2 RF, 1 USB, 1 RS232
  • Two stereo speakers, 10 watts apiece (20 watts total); SRS TruSurround XT virtual surround

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  1. 91 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV. Very impressed with Samsung so far., April 30, 2006
    By 
    matteo (Fort Collins, CO) –
    This review is from: Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I went into my local Circuit City recently intending to look at the Sharp Aquos LC-32D40U. I had heard so much abou the Aquos TVs and how good they were. Since it was on sale I came close to buying it. But the Samsung LNS3241D was sitting right next to the Sharp on the rack and I immediately noticed that the Samsung’s picture just looked a whole lot better. Compared to the Samsung, I couldn’t believe how washed out the blacks were on the Sharp. I even played with the controls on the Sharp to make sure it’s settings weren’t messed up. It became very clear that the Samsung has a way better contrast ratio…in fact it pretty much looked the best out of all the other 32″ TVs on display except for maybe the Sony XBR which is twice the price. So I picked up the Samsung and have loved it ever since. Mine didn’t have a single burnt pixel out of the box. The built in speakers are pretty respectable. When having friends over to watch movies…they have asked if all that sound was coming from the TV’s speakers. The picture quality is great with Comcast HD and with DVDs. It’s awesome to have an LCD with such deep, rich blacks, but my only complaint is that sometimes the darks are a bit too dark. It may just be a setting issue. I haven’t tried seriously to fix it because it doesn’t bother me that much. I was also blown away by the quality I was able to get hooking up my laptop computer to the TV. since the PC connector is just VGA and not DVI, I thought “this is going to look like crap” but it looks great…extreamly crisp and clear. The TV. could very well be used as a computer monitor too. All in all, I’m a very happy camper…except for the fact that Amazon’s price is now cheaper than Circuit City’s sale price! aarrgh. Oh well. It’s a great TV.

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  2. 66 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Things Come to Those Who Wait, May 7, 2006
    By 
    Beres (USA) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    This is my first HDTV. I’ve been waiting a several years for prices to go down and my preferences were Sony, Sharp, or Samsung. Sonys are still too expensive. The Sharp Aquos’ picture was poor in comparison to either the Sony or Samsung. I was surprised since Sharps have good buzz. I originally wanted last year’s model–329D, but oddly that model was more expensive. Initial consumer reviews were good about the 324 and the price was right. There were cheaper prices on the Internet but the store names were not familar to me and I didn’t want to lose my money. As I was checking out, a popup offered a free trial to Amazon Prime. I got it shipped overnight for $3–sweet. Arrived in perfect condition, beaucoup connection ports, great picture, and I don’t even have HDTV yet. The pic tends to be dark but that can be changed in the settings. As someone mentioned, it’s so minor it’s not worth bothering with unless you’re a perfectionist. Would definitely recommend to anyone.

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  3. 20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A lightweight LCD with a powerful picture, May 26, 2006
    By 
    Tyson CN Becker (Midwest, USA) –
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    This review is from: Samsung LNS3241D 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    Recieved this Samsung LCD two days ago and I have to say for the price, this TV is hard to beat. I knew I was buying a 32 inch LCD for about 2 months and researched the Sharp Aquos model, the Sony XBR, and this one. After much research and comparing of pictures I felt the Samsung was the best combination of price and picture. The Sony XBR will give you a better picture, no doubt, but it is not such a jump that is justifies spending the $900 more to buy it. I also thought the Sharp Aquos’s picture looked a little washed out compared to this Samsung.

    I’ve been told that seeing TV’s on display at Best Buy and Circuit City is a bad way to go about this because store managers tend to turn up the contrast or brightness on the TV’s. I never have understood this theory, I mean maybe they are trying to get rid of some inventory or something of that nature but has anyone tried playing with their brightness and/or contrast balance on thier TV’s? It helps but it doesn’t make a crappy picture brilliant or vice versa. Therefore when I went to Best Buy and saw the picture on the Samsung compared to the Sharp it was a no brainer for me which TV had the better picture.

    Anyways back to the actual TV. I have Brighthouse Cable TV and run an HDMI cord from my Scientific Atlanta HD DVR to the TV and the picture is brilliant. The HD picture is amazing, the first thing I turned to was HBO HD and Spiderman 2 was playing. I watched the last half of it in amazment because the picture was that good. My father in law and my father both have the 32 inch Sony XBR and although I did not have them side to side I felt the Samsung’s HD picture was just as colorful and vibrant as the Sony XBR.

    The biggest differance I noticed between the XBR and this Samsung was how they handled SD TV. The Sony is in my opinion is significantly better at handling SD TV than this Samsung (although the Samsung is also good). Not only can it decode it better, it also has a screen streach called Wide Zoom (i think that’s the name) that can actually put SD TV at 16:9 ratio and make it look very good. The Samsung cannot do that and either can my cable box. I can fill the screen but it becomes stretched beyond the border and look odd. So I just watch SD in regular 4:3, which looks good, and let the HD shine when I turn it to my HD channels.

    I also ran my iBook G4 through the TV via the 15 pin VGA connector. Looks amazing. I’ve tried to run my iBook through other LCD before and it has never looked nearly as good as it does on this TV. A great bonus because it wasn’t really a factor in my buying decision.

    Last but not least I have my audio running from my cable box to my reciever so I have not really tested the speakers on this TV. Sorry!

    Anyways in conclusion. Great HD picture. Two HDMI hookups which will give you a little bit of futureproof (Sony XBR only has 1)! Very lightweight (I was very, very surprised at how light the actually TV is, you could carry it with one hand!) Easy to put the stand on and very easy to get working. A great TV that is impossible to beat at the price Amazon is offering it for. Go for it!

    PS I would give this TV 4.5 stars if possible for the simple fact that the Sony XBR plays SD better. However like I said earlier in my review it’s not worth an extra $900.

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