TV 32 "
Samsung UN32EH5300 32-Inch
For those of you who are interested to have a TV with a variety of interesting features, may be UN32EH5300 Samsung 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV (Black) This could be one item that deserves to be considered.

Samsung's TV output can be classified as a smart TV that provides a new way to explore and find favorite shows, movies, games, and much more. Equipped with a full web browser with WiFi built-in applications and innovative that made ​​for TV, along with Signature Services, enhance your enjoyment. AllShare Play allows you to stream content from other devices and enjoy them on the big screen. Wide Color Enhancer Plus provides live images look natural and it's all in a sleek ultra slim design.

Never miss a moment with Samsung Smart TV's. Watch your favorite movie while you browse the web or explore the Smart Hub. Find more content you love by searching for shows, movies, and video throughout Vudu, Hulu Plus, YouTube, and other digital content providers. Films handpicked for you through recommendations based on viewing history and ratings. Access all your apps and download new ones such as Netflix, Facebook, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and Twitter! Browse the web while you watch movies and TV shows, and enjoy TV while you chat with friends and family online, all in one screen.
Product Features
  • Smart TV
  • Signature Services : Family Story, Fitness & Kids Story
  • Smart Hub
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 29.1-Inch x 19.6-Inch x 7.6-Inch, TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 29.1-Inch x 17.5-Inch x 3.7-Inch
Technical Details
  • Brand Name : Samsung
  • Model : UN32EH5300
  • Display Technology : LED-lit
  • Display Size : 32 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio : 16:09
  • Image Contrast Ratio : 3500000 : 1
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Refresh Rate : 60
  • CMR : 120
  • Full HD : 2D
  • HDMI : 3
  • USB : 2
  • Component In : 1
  • Digital Audio Video Out : 1
  • Ethernet : 1
Weight and Dimensions
  • VESA Size : 200x200
  • Dimensions (WxHxD) : 29.1 x 19.6 x 7.6 Inches (29.1 x 17.5 x 3.7 Inches Without Stand)
  • Weight : 14.3 lbs. (12.8 lbs. Without Stand)
TV 32 "
Samsung UN32EH5300 32-Inch

This review is from : Samsung UN32EH5300 32-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV (Black) (Electronics)
By KwQd

I have had this TV for a few months now and like it a lot. I used the tuning parameters found in another review for this TV to set up the picture and that works very well. For some reason the settings reverted to the default settings a few times and I had redo the settings several times. Finally, they "took". I restrict access to my home network by MAC address and this TV makes it very easy to determine the MAC address.

This TV fits nicely in my TV cabinet, whereas my old 32" LCD set fit in at an angle. The set is very responsive to the remote control from anyplace in the room. Not true with my last TV. The viewing angle is very good from anywhere in the room. The sound is not good, very weak and tinny, but I purchased a ZVOX 220 sound system that fits under the TV and solved that problem. I highly recommend the ZVOX 220 as a complement to this TV.

I like the Smart TV feature. I have the same problem with YouTube that other folks mention, but I now access YouTube via the browser and that works fine. I use the browser a lot. To facilitate that, I purchased the Logitech K400 keyboard that works perfectly with this TV. I am a CSPAN junkie and the browser allowed me to ditch Comcast. Yay! I haven't used the other Smart TV options much, as the browser meets all of my needs, so far, and I access Amazon, Netflix, etc., via my Roku. It does potentially give me a backup option for accessing those sites, if my Roku dies. My initial impression is that the Roku is easier to use for these functions.

I use a hard wired connection to my router, so can't comment on the wireless performance of the TV. I also use a hardwired Roku XS and that works very well, too.

In the process of setting up an antenna to get OTA TV. My initial setup gave me a few channels and the TV works very well for OTA broadcasts.

My only negative is the remote control. The layout is poor. The keys are so closely packed and similar in size that I have to look at the remote every time I use it. Good thing the keys light up briefly on it, or it would be completely unbearable. Worst remote control I have ever used.

This is really too small a TV for 1080P resolution to be noticeable, at least I have found this to be true, so I tend to just watch programs in 720P which means I can purchase lower bandwidth Internet service. I have Netflix and Amazon Prime, so save a dollar every time I watch something using those services. They charge extra for HD, which is apparently 1080P. This also allows me to stay well within my monthly bandwidth allowance.

Great TV. Highly recommended.