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SAMSUNG 32 HD READY LCD-TV LE32T51BX/XEU reviews?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema & Hi-Fi' started by DazedNFuzed, 18 Jun 2006.

  1. DazedNFuzed

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    Hi all,

    I'm about to purchase a SAMSUNG 32 HD READY LCD-TV LE32T51BX/XEU does any body own one or know any thing about them?

    I will mainly be using it as a TV but some times will use it to surf the net or play fifa with mates, i know it has DVI connection same as my video card.

    :)
     
  2. Raikiri

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    TV will be excellent, it is a sammy after all. I believe it will have both VGA (for PC) and an HDMI port for future HDTV products/computers etc.
     
  3. DazedNFuzed

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    Aye looks great to and its under £800 - can u believe it!

    Only thing that will be a pain is my freeview i was looking for one with it built in but i don't think this has, but then I'm thinking i may buy DVD freeview all in one.
     
  4. Raikiri

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    The 26 inch version I had which unfortunately broke and couldnt geta replacement... had a built in tuner.

    Edit: Will email you some info, whats your address? (cant post on here)
     
    Last edited: 18 Jun 2006
  5. Eliot

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    i have the 23 inch version of this tv (le23t51b) and i will swear by it, excellent with the xbox 360
     
  6. DazedNFuzed

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    ive coppied the below from another website,i cant see any thing about freeview...

    whats Multi-channel Preview Picture-in-picture (PIP) ?

    still catn belive i can pick this up for £750 :p



    General
    Weight 13 kg

    Height 52.9 cm

    Depth 10.4 cm

    Width 91.45 cm

    Product Type LCD TV - colour


    Power
    Power Consumption Operational 180 Watt

    Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 1.5 Watt

    Voltage Required AC 220~240V

    Power Device Power supply - internal


    Connections
    Connector Type 1 x RF input ¦ 2 x SCART ( 21 PIN SCART ) ¦ 1 x component video input ¦ 1 x composite video input ( RCA phono ) ¦ 1 x S-Video input ( 4 PIN mini-DIN ) ¦ 1 x VGA input ( 15 PIN HD D-Sub (HD-15) ) ¦ 1 x audio line-in ¦ 1 x audio line-out ¦ 1 x headphones


    Audio System
    Speaker(s) 2 x right/left channel speaker - built-in - 5 Watt

    Output Power / Total 10 Watt

    Speakers Included 2 speakers

    Sound Output Mode Stereo


    Remote Control
    Type TM79


    Television
    Features On-screen menu, DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine), brightness sensor

    Brightness 500 cd/m2

    Viewing Angle (Vertical) 170 degrees

    Viewing Angle 170 degrees

    Image Contrast Ratio 2000:1

    Image Aspect Ratio 16:9

    Resolution 1366 x 768

    Diagonal Size 32" - widescreen

    PC Interface DVI, VGA (HD-15)

    TV Type HDTV Ready

    Technology TFT active matrix


    Video Features
    Teletext Memory 10 pages

    Teletext Yes

    HD Ready Yes

    EDTV Ready Yes


    TV Tuner
    Stereo Reception System Nicam/A2 Stereo

    Multi-channel Preview Picture-in-picture (PIP)
     
  7. Raikiri

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    You can get better for £750 and that telly for £670 :)

    Details in the email
     
  8. DazedNFuzed

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    Yup £670 is best price i found it for to, dont think there is many other 32" LCD's with this much quality for such a great price.
     
  9. Simian

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    My Sagem has this!... You press the button and it devides the screen up into 9 small windows automatically scrolling through the (5 Analogue) channels to show you whats on!... Mine also does PIP POP and PAP ( :D ) but not between Analogue and Freeview!...
     
  10. DazedNFuzed

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    made the purchase, now waitting for delivery :D
     
  11. FrankJH

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    Not that it matters as you have purchased but if its like its older brother there are two editions , one With and one without the freeview built in - model ending bdx has digital built in, and the bx's dont