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Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black)
Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black)


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Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black)


Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black)

Samsung UN32EH4003 720p 60 Hz LED HDTV

  • HD LED Picture Quality
  • ConnectShare Movie
  • Wide Color Enhancement
  • Clear Motion Rate 60
  • TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 29.1-Inch x 19.6-Inch x 5-Inch, TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 29.1-Inch x 17.5-Inch x 3.7-Inch

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  1. 154 of 156 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My First Flat Panel TV, November 29, 2012
    By 
    Dre
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    So I took the plunge and finally upgraded my bedroom TV to a Flat Panel Samsung LED 720p 32″ (Model UN32EH4003). I bought it during the Black Friday time frame directly from Amazon for $247.99 (Free Shipping, 14-Day Price Guarantee). I went in knowing that I was buying the cheapest 32″ Samsung Flat Panel that you could buy and knew that I wasn’t getting every bell and whistle, which is fine with me. My goal for this TV is to use it as a bedroom TV with a Verizon FIOS cable box and a media player (Ethernet connected, not WiFi) and watch it from about 8 feet away. No gaming, minimal DVD, etc. That’s basically it.

    Just for some background, I’m upgrading from an old 20″ Generic Tube TV in the bedroom. I do have an HDTV in the living room, but it is also a Tube TV. There I have a 34″ Sony widescreen Tube TV that I bought about 7 years ago that was basically the biggest widescreen Tube TV made that I know of. Back then a Tube TV picture was much better and cheaper than Flat Panel.

    First Impression – This TV looks nice. Clean front. It is extremely light. The base feels sturdy and big enough to support the TV without risk of falling over. It was simple to put together with 8 screws in the base.

    Setup – It has 2 HDMI’s and then some regular RCA and Component hookups. My setup consists of Verizon FIOS Cable Box and a WD Live TV Media Player (to be replaced by a Boxee Box within the week, but that’s another story). Plugged the Cable Box and the Media Player into each HDMI port using new Amazon Basics HDMI cables. The TV on-screen setup was easy enough to figure out without pulling out the instruction manual. Everything came up perfectly the first time with just a press of the Source button.

    Picture Quality – I tested the TV out with several different types of media and sources.
    1) First with SD Cable. A little blocky up close, which may just be the source, but from a normal viewing distance, I the quality was just fine. The kids’ cartoons were fine.
    2) Second with HD Cable. This picture seemed really nice. Didn’t see any kind of distortion. Seemed nearly as good as the HD Tube TV that I have downstairs from an 8 foot viewing distance. I was happy with what I saw.
    3) Third with a normal 720p Video file via the Media Player. Picture was really nice in this case also. Everything seemed crisp. Very happy.
    4) Finally with a fast motion 1080p Video file via the Media Player. This is where I expected the worst, but to my surprise, the fast motion scenes seemed fine also. I only tested a couple of files, so we’ll see if other scenes have a problem, but so far so good.

    Overall I was very happy with the picture quality. The colors on the default setting were pretty terrible, so I tried “brilliant” which was too yellow, and finally settled on “movie” which was pretty much perfect in all instances. The “movie” setting was much brighter than the default, but not too crazy. Looked pretty natural.

    Viewing Angles – Side viewing angles seemed really good. This was one of my pet peeves and most of my reluctance to move to a flat panel TV in the first place. Many flat panel TV’s look terrible when you aren’t watching it straight on. This TV seems to have much better side viewing than many of the competing TV’s out there.

    Screen – The screen edges do have a few very faint white areas that I have noticed, but they are barely noticeable and only when the screen is completely black. I don’t notice it at all when there is any kind of picture on the screen. I probably only see it because I am looking for it after reading a few comments about backlight bleed. For me, it doesn’t seem like anything to worry about. I always buy SquareTrade warranties with all my electronics, so if the screen does have a problem, I will be set.

    Sound Quality – This is where I had the most trouble. Granted, I’m upgrading from a old TV, but out of the box, the Samsung sounded very hollow and words were hard to understand. It seemed to be completely missing any low end, not talking about booming bass, just lower frequencies seemed to be missing. I tried every sound preset that they had and all were pretty bad. I finally gave up on the presets and used the included 5 band Equalizer which finally did the trick. Per request, I posted a picture of the settings in the customer images section of this item. [THIS SECTION HAS BEEN UPDATED BELOW: I basically maxed out the low and high frequencies and made a bell curve of the middle frequencies, raising the one that controlled voices until I has happy. This seemed to do the trick just fine and I am now happy with the sound.] Granted, if you are expecting a booming surround sound feel, you’re shopping for the wrong TV, but for what I think this TV is meant for, it sounds just fine.

    Bells, Whistles and Other Stuff – I haven’t toyed with this TV too much yet. There…

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  2. 256 of 266 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great HDTV for the price!, September 28, 2012
    By 
    BB
    This review is from: Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    This is a really sweet Samsung HDTV for the price. The first one I bought at Walmart for $298 was on Sept. 4th. That one had some LED backlight bleed on the bottom center of it. Like a white cloud around 4 or 5 inches long. So I took it back and returned it and went to another Walmart to purchase another one. No noticeable backlight bleed on this one.

    I remember reading that there is no noticeable difference between a 1080P vs. 720P with HDTV’s under 40″. I found this to be true with a 32″ HDTV. It honestly looks like a 1080P HDTV. So save your money unless you want a SMART 32″ HDTV.

    I always grew up being a Sony fan. But Samsung has the best picture quality on the market today. You can see that when you checkout the displays at the stores. Was first considering a Vizio, but they are hit and miss with the user reviews. To me it was worth paying an extra $60 for a Samsung that gets much more consistent good user reviews.

    The blacks are a deep black and the colors are truly brilliant. The sound is very good on it. No need to hook-up external speakers to it. Love the thin bezel on it as well. I use this 32″ for my medium size bedroom. Bigger is better, but anything bigger than this would be overwhelming.

    I would recommend doing what I did and go with SquareTrade on the warranty. They advertize a 3 year parts and labor warranty for $33. Make sure you call them instead of doing it online. When I called the Rep he offered me a 4 year warranty for $3 more. You can’t beat a $36 4 year warranty. And SquareTrade has great user reviews.

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  3. 59 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sure is purdy, but not paying much for it shows., November 20, 2012
    By 
    N “N” (Moon, Space) –
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    This review is from: Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)

    In a nutshell: Good, sexy, small TV marred by crap refresh rate. Good for movies, not so for actions or games.

    What it is: a basic 32-inch TV by Samsung. Backlit LED TV with relatively low resolution (1366×768, I believe?) and low refresh rate. No Smart TV feature, although supposedly you could play some limited formats of videos via USB.

    How it is: Nice and clear screen with good color reproduction. Intuitive, if cluttered, remote. All ports are at the back, and component and composite port are one and the same, befitting its budget ambitions. Only two HDMI ports, which may not matter much if just using as some ersatz computer monitor (hey, HTPC!) or a bedroom TV (…Roku?). Also missing due to budget constraints: smart TV functions–you ain’t watching that Netflix of yours unless you get an HTPC or a settop box. You aren’t probably going to miss the extra pixels, but you are going to miss the higher refresh rate–motion blur is rather pronounced on this TV. Movies, being shot at 30FPS, however, work better than, say, sports or games. LED cuts down on power cost, resulting in one of the most efficient TV of its size. It’s not sidelit or direct-lit, though, so it’s not particularly going to be thin depth-wise (it does have a thin bezel compared to other TVs of this size) nor would it have fancy features like local dimming. It, however, doesn’t seem to have light bleeds or uneven light splotches. It doesn’t come with any accessories other than the stand (duh) and the remote (also duh); if you need any composite, coax, or HDMI cables, you should order them with this TV. Strange toggle button under the TV works both as power button and channel/volume control, which makes this TV very disorienting to use without remote. Game mode cuts down on refresh rate somewhat, but doesn’t seem to be working on HDMI. If you want to hook up external speakers to this TV, good luck–it doesn’t have any coax or optical outs for sound hook-ups to them, although some soundbars with HDMI inputs might work. Thankfully, in-unit speakers are decent enough.

    Pros: Sexy slim bezels; LED backlights; two HDMI inputs; energy efficient; nice colors; remote intuitive; loud and clear sound; solid build quality; backlight is evenly lit.

    Cons: all inputs are at the back; no VGA input; no smart TV features; motion blur from low refresh rate; questionable stand strength; TV isn’t very thin; weird control on TV; remote cluttered; game mode doesn’t seem to work on HDMI; no conventional sound out means you can’t let the sound out to some home theater system speakers or soundbars.

    Verdict: Good, solid TV for the price ($248 at the time of purchase). Try to go bigger if you’re in the market for a good TV that you can game on; there just aren’t any affordable 120Hz 32″ TVs.

    Edit (11/22/2012): The TV does not have any audio out, which may hinder your use of the computer with your home theater system (…with a 32 inch TV? Really?) or your soundbar. Reflected in review.

    Edit (1/13/2013): The TV can do game mode over HDMI; my mistake. Also, according to a major A/V retailer website, the TV doesn’t push audio out to the HDMI-compatible soundbars. Bummer.

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