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

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

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

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Samsung.

Brand: Samsung
UPC: 036725238305
List Price: $419.99.
Used Price: $183.99 Only 50 left
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3 Responses to “Samsung UN32EH4003 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV (Black)”

  1. Dre says:

    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…

  2. BB says:

    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…

  3. J. Carvajal "jay105" says:

    Before I bought this T.V (Sorry not in amazon) I read carefully the reviews not only in here but in Cnet, Tiger Direct. Etc. The first thing that came to mind was the “compromises” of this T.V; the fact that there is no audio outputs and the “dreadful” bad sound.

    With that said I bought it. I went to a store an saw it in display first. From all the brands displayed (yes including Sony) at least in the store I went this T.V had the clearest picture. I went ahead I check out with the sales guy help the settings. For my astonishment all were standard, I mean the way that the thing came directly from the factory out of the box. I have to say that I sincerely did not see too much of appreciable difference between this one and the 1080p. (except for the price $100 more) and one or more ports.

    I asked the sales person who was very accommodating and knowledgeable for some advice. He asked me what would be the main purpose for this T.V? I said Watch T.V in the…

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