Samsung UA32B6000

The Samsung UA32B6000 is a 32-inch LCD with LED-backlighting and four HDMI ports.


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intoodeep posted a comment   

The Good:image quality, overall design

The Bad:sound quality

I've just bought the UA32B6000 (got it for $1145). Decided to by this model rather than wait a few weeks and by the newer version UA32C6900. Specs seemed the same and I prefer the look of the glass base over the new base.

Anyway, the sound is very diappointing, almost to the extent that perhaps there is something wrong. Very tinny and distortion apparent even at quarter volume. Has anyone else had this esperience?

Also, cant find a way to remove the annoying speaker icon moving around the screen when mute is on. Any ideas?

 

geminidragon posted a reply   

dont use the mute button,, just turn the volume down to zero instead, that way you wont get the icon moving around.

 

Griggsy posted a comment   

What store did you get it at for $1300? I was willing to pay $1450 at JB and HN for it but wanted to check around first. lucky i did.

 

denis posted a reply   

i got mine for just under $960 with 4 years warrenty about 2 months ago from jb hi-fi my brothers mate worked there got me it only 2 last discontiued tvs

 

sam.miguel posted a comment   

Bought one of these on the weekend, price has come down remarkably in a couple of months, managed to get it for $1660 cash (at Good Guys) as part of a small package with a surge protection board and an HDMI cable (JB have it on their website at $1700) Within 15 minutes of getting it home and out of the box and screwed to its base we were watching crystal clear tv thanks to the ridiculously easy set up walk through and auto tune. Very happy.

 

Elle posted a reply   

you got jiped i just put down a downpayment to get my tv for $1300

 

Gaz posted a reply   

I don't know if he got jiped. There is a difference of 2 months in purchase times and prices have dropped remarkably. I imagine if I waited 2 months from now for this same product I would be able to get it cheaper for $1300 and I could say that you got jiped.




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  • intoodeep

    intoodeep

    "I've just bought the UA32B6000 (got it for $1145). Decided to by this model rather than wait a few weeks and by the newer version UA32C6900. Specs seemed the same and I prefer the look of the gla..."

  • Griggsy

    Griggsy

    "What store did you get it at for $1300? I was willing to pay $1450 at JB and HN for it but wanted to check around first. lucky i did."

  • sam.miguel

    sam.miguel

    "Bought one of these on the weekend, price has come down remarkably in a couple of months, managed to get it for $1660 cash (at Good Guys) as part of a small package with a surge protection board an..."

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