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Samsung UN32EH 5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV

Samsung UN32EH 5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV
Samsung UN32EH 5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV


Product Added : June 18th, 2012
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Samsung UN32EH5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV
Samsung UN32EH5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV
Samsung UN32EH5000 LED TV.

[Samsung LED Comparison Chart]
The new Series 5 will take your breath away. Every image can be seen in amazing clarity with deep blacks and pure whites. The realistic details of every image will remain intact even for those images that move quickly across the TV screen. The slim profile design provides an immersive viewing experience. Clear Motion Rate 120 Clear Motion Rate (CMR) was developed to accurately measure how well a LCD or LED TV can depict fast-moving images. LED TVs with a CMR of 60-120 can display action-packed movement with sharp detail and vivid contrast while eliminating image distortion. Wide Color Enhancer Plus Wide Color Enhancer Plus allows you to witness the entire RGB spectrum brought to life on your screen to bring you exceptionally vibrant, yet natural-looking images faithful to the director’s original intent. ConnectShare Movie ConnectShare Movie lets you watch videos, play music, or view photos from a U

  • Full HD 1080p
  • Clear Motion Rate 120
  • Wide Color Enhancer Plus
  • Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby Pulse. SRS TheaterSound HD
  • ConnectShare Movie. Limited warranty – Parts and labor – 1 year

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  1. 89 of 91 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV after a lot of tweaking, February 26, 2012
    By 
    Gordon “PS360 G4m3r!” (Virginia, USA) –

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    This review is from: Samsung UN32EH5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    If you’re anything like me you see that this TV is labeled as LED; then you look at the picture and see a lot of fat for the usual Samsung LED depth. Make no mistake this is an LED TV. I got this for my bedroom to replace my 23 inch Samsung Syncmaster. I use this TV mostly for 1080 mp4 movies and blurays (I download what I want to watch instead of waiting for it on cable), and my Xbox and PS3.

    I learned 2 things about the TV right off the bat. If you have Comcast, you cannot fully customize the TV’s picture. An essential feature called HDMI black levels actually looks much better when its set to low. I have 2 different Comcast HD boxes and since neither of them broadcast at 1080, this feature is locked out. Long story short, Comcast had me thinking I purchased my first dud from Samsung. Seriously, the colors look washed out and none of the channels really had that crisp clear picture I was hoping for. If you plan to use this solely for Comcast, I can’t really recommend it. In fact, I’ve always found blu ray quality to be so much better than cable that I’ve stopped using cable for anything but football and cartoons. Movies MUST be in my PS3’s blu ray player or my own 1080p files.

    The second thing I learned about is what the depth is for. Samsung didn’t advertise this (or maybe its just my TV), but I have absolutely NO BACKLIGHT BLEED. When Black Ops goes to the loading screen on my Xbox, it gets so dark that I think the TV is off! The only indication that it is on is the Black Ops logo in the corner spinning. There isn’t even the SLIGHTEST inkling of white anywhere! I’m not exaggerating. The obvious second reason why this TV is fat for an LED is that Samsung made an effort to improve the sound. When I turn on the HD surround coupled with the movie option, there is much more bass than I thought it would be. THe explosions in my games and the soundtracks in movies sound vastly better than I thought they would. Granted, I am not the type to go out and spend 600 on some Bose speakers, but the sound is NOT a con for me this time around.

    NOW ON TO THE PICTURE

    As I said, I was not exactly thrilled with the picture RIGHT off the bat. It looked like my old 23 inch Syncmaster, just a lot bigger. Let me tell you, this is not one of those TV’s that look great right out of the box. You have to toy around with the settings a bit to get the optimal picture. I wanted sharpness coupled with colors that pop like crazy…..and I got it. Dynamic is the brightest setting, but I coupled this with the HDMI black levels set to low (option not available for Comcast cable box) and voila, moving photographs! I’m not a pro but this is my setup:

    Mode: Dynamic

    Backlight: 18

    Contrast: 85

    Brightness: 50

    Sharpness: 80

    Color: 70

    TInt: G/R 50/50

    Standard color tone with screen fit in the additional options, with HDMI black level set to low.

    My games and blurays look AMAZING. The picture is easily better than my mom’s 46 inch Samsung up front. REMEMBER that some of the good options are cut off from Comcast and the use of component cables. In games, I do have to up the brightness or gamma a little, but it ends up looking BRILLIANT. I am going through my entire library of games and they feel like entirely new experiences! There is a 32 inch 720p option as well, but I just was not comfortable with 720p max. The new game consoles are gojng to have native 1080 so that’s what I wanted. BTW did I mention I’m a big gamer?

    THE CONS

    Well I saw this TV up on Amazon before it was on Samsung’s website. Yeah, WOW. Sometimes I wanted to see the TVs specs from Samsung directly before I made my buy. Make no mistake this is NOT a 120 HZ tv although it is labeled as one. I have no idea what clearmotion 120 is, but it makes my TV much darker. The feature is entirely useless and does nothing to the picture or add the “soap opera” effect like I had hoped (it looks great for games).

    WITH A COMCAST CABLE BOX I could see no difference between HDMI and component. I kept switching back and fourth, but since the max output is 1080i, there were no differences in picture.

    The last iteration of this TV had 4 HDMIs. What happened?

    VERDICT

    With a lot of tweaking, I got the picture to look beautiful. I will use my Comcast box sparingly, but I might move to FIOS if the support full 1080. Watching movies on my PS3 and playing games on my Xbox stopped me from returning the TV. I will not be surprised if this set gets bad reviews from Comcast users (even though Its not Samsung’s fault). I’m a “videophile” and this passed my personal test with vibrant colors.

    FEEL FREE TO ASK ME ANYTHING!

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  2. 40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very pleased, February 18, 2012
    By 
    wfc

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    This review is from: Samsung UN32EH5000 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    As a grandmother who is not as technologically advanced as the younger generation, I did have concerns about buying a television that had to be programmed and the stand installed before using. However, my fears were unwarranted. As soon as I turned it on, I was stepped through the programming and the stand or base was very simple to install. With the weight only being less than 15 pounds, I was also easily able to manuever it by myself. I was watching programs within an hour although younger people would have managed all of this in fifteen minutes.

    My initial reason for wanting a newer television was due to my waning vision so had been looking into the 1080p with a 32″ screen for some time. I can’t believe how much I can read on that screen now that wasn’t clear to me before. I had been advised that Samsung was one of most trustworthy brands, but found them locally to be out of my price range. This one was reasonably priced and with my Amazon Prime membership was shipped to me free and quickly I might add.

    I am very pleased with the color and the sound plus the ease of use with the remote in case I do have to change the color or sound in the future. I’m not thrilled with having to adjust the size of the picture when going from watching a news program with written information at the bottom of the screen to watching a movie, but it is easy to do so will just have to adjust to that feature.

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  3. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great, solid TV., February 11, 2012
    By 
    J. Karels (U.S.) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    I received this TV yesterday to add a TV for our bedroom. I own another Samsung LCD so I knew I would be happy with this one.

    Since it was going into the bedroom, it didn’t need to be fancy or have all the bells and whistles. I figure I’ll add a Roku or Apple TV to it and be all set.

    While this TV is LED, it’s not as thin as you’re used to seeing. I believe it’s just over three inches thick in the rear, but it has a very thin bezel up front. It has minimal connections in back, but all I’ll ever use is HDMI, so that doesn’t concern me. Picture quality out-of-the-box is great and became even nicer with a little tweaking. That’s usually the first thing I do is try to eyeball calibrate it at first. It’s too new to have any good calibration settings posted on the net; I figure I’ll use last year’s ‘D’ model as a guideline and wait until settings are posted. I did not notice any flash-lighting with this model — something that plagued last year’s ‘D’ lineup. I have yet to play any 1080p material on this to really test it (only watched a few minutes of HDTV ((720p)) broadcasts), so I’ll update this post when I do.

    Note this year’s ‘EH’ line is Samsung’s basic model lineup, with the ‘ES’ being the more expensive, feature-laden models. This is a great set if you want a basic, quality LED with a nice pricepoint.

    EDIT 3/5/2012: Update 1080p content. I’ve set up my streaming process to this TV with some 1080p material and it is gorgeous. We recently watched Toy Story on this set, and I was blown away by the color depth and detail this TV displayed. A small caveat: with all TVs, the speakers could use some improvement. Set on the ‘standard’ audio output, the sound is fine. If you set it to ‘music’ or ‘movie’, the audio sounds much better, but can rattle the TV’s enclosure if the volume is set high.

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