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Samsung 32" 1080p 3D LED HDTV

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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wouwolve


quality posts: 0 Private Messages wouwolve

A TV on Woot?? I'm shocked!

lichme


quality posts: 2744 Private Messages lichme
wouwolve wrote:A TV on Woot?? I'm shocked!



Don't be shocked that its a TV. Be shocked that its a NEW tv. I love my samsung, nothing but good experiences with it.

frojoe2004


quality posts: 2 Private Messages frojoe2004
lichme wrote:Don't be shocked that its a TV. Be shocked that its a NEW tv. I love my Samsung, nothing but good experiences with it.



I agree. It's not refurbished, and it is Samsung. I have had nothing but good experiences with Samsung products.

luke975


quality posts: 13 Private Messages luke975

ehh. 3d is a gimmick that will pass. $380 is a stretch for a 32 in my opinion.

I always did like yardsales.

deeluxx


quality posts: 1 Private Messages deeluxx

"Enjoy a greater level of home entertainment realism than ever before. Thanks to a resolution twice as high as standard HDTVs..."

??? standard HDTV's are 1080p, this is 1080p. To be 'twice the resolution' it'd basically have to be a 4K tv, which it isn't, because no one makes them.

starmanbackwards


quality posts: 6 Private Messages starmanbackwards
frojoe2004 wrote:I agree. . I have had nothing but good experiences with Samsung products.



Dont get their blu ray!!! youll be sorry like i am.

nappyho


quality posts: 2 Private Messages nappyho

NO pc input

unlikely


quality posts: 2 Private Messages unlikely

We got the 40" for each other for Christmas. It is outstanding. If I needed another TV I'd go for this.

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 555 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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Howdy folks. This is another new Samsung from the Latin American market. You'll have to be creative on your Interweb hunts.

I know you can do it.



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rolede


quality posts: 2 Private Messages rolede

But it's not a "Smart" TV, is it ?

mikeeyram


quality posts: 2 Private Messages mikeeyram

As a gamer, what's the response time?
As someone who like movies, what's the Contrast ratio?
VESA mount?

I don't know about other buyers, but I never buy a TV/monitor without that information...

txhagen


quality posts: 1 Private Messages txhagen

PC Load Letter? What the frick does that mean?

nappyho wrote:NO pc input


traceactions


quality posts: 5 Private Messages traceactions
mikeeyram wrote:As a gamer, what's the response time?
As someone who like movies, what's the Contrast ratio?
VESA mount?

I don't know about other buyers, but I never buy a TV/monitor without that information...



The brazilian walmart site lists the response time at 6ms and 3 million to 1 contract ratio.
http://www.walmart.com.br/produto/Eletronicos/TV-LCD-LED/Samsung/345784-Tv-LED-32---UN32EH6030GXZD-Samsung

And from the samsung site, it does not support VESA.
http://www.samsung.com/ar/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/3d-tv/UN32EH6030GCTC-spec

bmrbill


quality posts: 134 Private Messages bmrbill
ThunderThighs wrote:Howdy folks. This is another new Samsung from the Latin American market. You'll have to be creative on your Interweb hunts.

I know you can do it.



Thanks TT!

claynpotter


quality posts: 6 Private Messages claynpotter

My computer video card has HDMI output. So I don't think its missing "PC input" for most graphic card these days have HDMI output - even my $200 netbook has one

nappyho wrote:NO pc input



postulio1


quality posts: 2 Private Messages postulio1
nappyho wrote:NO pc input



who cares? every modern system has hdmi at this point.

maldito


quality posts: 0 Private Messages maldito
rolede wrote:But it's not a "Smart" TV, is it ?



No. This is not a "Smart" TV.

Also, no, it doesn't have a VGA input.However, with video cards being so cheap nowadays, it easy to get one that has HDMI output.

casey00001


quality posts: 14 Private Messages casey00001
postulio1 wrote:who cares? every modern system has hdmi at this point.



Majority of PC's already in the home do not have HDMI out so people care.

casey00001


quality posts: 14 Private Messages casey00001

If you don't care about 3D gimmick this TV is 10 dollars cheaper, two year warranty and ability to return.

http://www.costco.com/Samsung-32%22-Class-1080p-LED-HDTV-UN32EH5000F.product.11759662.html

StanleyS


quality posts: 4 Private Messages StanleyS
deeluxx wrote:standard HDTV's are 1080p


So my 720p isn't HD???
Sure it is.

comickaze


quality posts: 0 Private Messages comickaze
nappyho wrote:NO pc input



Can't you use HDMI?

rolede


quality posts: 2 Private Messages rolede

Thanks Maldito.

I'm interested in a "Smart TV".
Has woot ever offered them?
Which are the best choices?

yufool


quality posts: 3 Private Messages yufool

I really love my 40" version of this SmartTV. Apps, internet browsing and video games rock. There was one dead pixel though. Can't wait to have this in my bedroom

Can be used as a giant computer monitor since it supports 1920 x 1080 as long as you have HDMI.

2011 versions of samsung screens hold their own against 2013 models from other brands!

whatsamattaU


quality posts: 1069 Private Messages whatsamattaU

Here's the manual:
http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201205/20120529091801628/%5BUE6030-ZL%5DBN68-04469D-02-L02-0521.pdf

the main support page in espanol. If needed, could probably send the page through google translate
http://www.samsung.com/co/support/model/UN32EH6030MXZL

same with the product page
http://www.samsung.com/co/consumer/tv-audio-video/tv/led-tv/UN32EH6030MXZL

y video en espanol


That's all I can do tonight. Take care.

mohapsat


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mohapsat

Awesome deal , just brought one

oneandonlyjackschitt


quality posts: 1 Private Messages oneandonlyjackschitt

I feel stupid for this, but would this monitor work well as a gaming monitor? I'm interested in 1920x1080 @120hz refresh (not 3d, just super smooth motion while gaming).

The video card I'm using is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti which advertises 3d. Will the 3d work with this monitor? Can I get 120hz in non-3d?

alanmg


quality posts: 1 Private Messages alanmg

I Google reviews of this set and all I get are sites in India and other foreign countries. Will it work normally in the U.S. and how about getting extra glasses or service?

thebesthereis


quality posts: 1 Private Messages thebesthereis

Thunder (or anybody else at WOOT), if I wanted to order this but delay shipping so that I could receive it at a later date, could I do that? Would WOOT honor that request?

Thank you in advance.

JRN9999


quality posts: 0 Private Messages JRN9999

only two HDMI ports? No thank you. You really need three. One for your cable box, one for blu-ray/DVD player and one for your computer or XBox/PS 3. Even cheap Seiki TVs from Sears & Kmart have 3 HDMI ports. I'll pass on this one.

Nevpaurion7


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Nevpaurion7
JRN9999 wrote:only two HDMI ports? No thank you. You really need three. One for your cable box, one for blu-ray/DVD player and one for your computer or XBox/PS 3. Even cheap Seiki TVs from Sears & Kmart have 3 HDMI ports. I'll pass on this one.




PS3 IS your blu-ray player...just sayin.

Honestly the quality Samsung brings over other brands when it comes to picture is more important to me than how many ports it has.

Honestly though I still don't get the point in blu ray. You can get HD from streaming and cable at this point so it feels kind of pointless to me.

gusvonpooch


quality posts: 24 Private Messages gusvonpooch
luke975 wrote:ehh. 3d is a gimmick that will pass. $380 is a stretch for a 32 in my opinion.



Yup,HD and color are also gimmicks,in 10 years we will all be watching 11" black and white TVs,just you wait and see.

alanmg


quality posts: 1 Private Messages alanmg

I see the guarantee is through Woot. If these are new tvs, why wouldn't Samsung honor the guarantee? What is it, someone stole a truckload of these in Mumbai and sent them to you to sell? If I bought this, and ten months from now it broke, and you had no others, what would you do to make it right? Sorry, but I once had a lot of trouble with another brand tv (Westinghouse) which dragged on for months, and had to threaten them with legal action to get them to send a rebuilt set..Cheers!

dickrourke


quality posts: 4 Private Messages dickrourke

I seem to have missed whether the glasses that come with it are active or passive. OR, is 3d on this TV active or passive?

And why don't they say in the specs or general description?

OR did I indeed miss it?

Puzzled without coffee,

luke975


quality posts: 13 Private Messages luke975
gusvonpooch wrote:Yup,HD and color are also gimmicks,in 10 years we will all be watching 11" black and white TVs,just you wait and see.



wow thats funny. not everybody needs to watch a movie with those dumb looking glasses.

I always did like yardsales.

geo8rge


quality posts: 33 Private Messages geo8rge
gusvonpooch wrote:Yup,HD and color are also gimmicks,in 10 years we will all be watching 11" black and white TVs,just you wait and see.



Does anyone who owns a 3D tv regularly use that feature? Just wondering? I rarely watch TV at all these days, so putting on glasses seems like a burden. On the other hand I can see 3D being big with children.


(Overall signature size was getting large. Recommended signature size is 5k.)

StanleyS


quality posts: 4 Private Messages StanleyS
alanmg wrote:I see the guarantee is through Woot. If these are new tvs, why wouldn't Samsung honor the guarantee?

I'm guessing more gray market goods from Woot.

michoutdoors


quality posts: 6 Private Messages michoutdoors

3D is today's Betamax.

gusvonpooch wrote:Yup,HD and color are also gimmicks,in 10 years we will all be watching 11" black and white TVs,just you wait and see.



woottoady


quality posts: 33 Private Messages woottoady
StanleyS wrote:So my 720p isn't HD???
Sure it is.

Sorry. In 1960, 480i was HD.

BTW, if this had touch screen, I'd be on it like a locust on a peanut butter sandwich.

gak0090


quality posts: 78 Private Messages gak0090
deeluxx wrote:"Enjoy a greater level of home entertainment realism than ever before. Thanks to a resolution twice as high as standard HDTVs..."

??? standard HDTV's are 1080p, this is 1080p. To be 'twice the resolution' it'd basically have to be a 4K tv, which it isn't, because no one makes them.



720p is a progressive HDTV signal format with 720 horizontal lines and an aspect ratio (AR) of 16:9 (1.78:1). All major HDTV broadcasting standards include a 720p format which has a resolution of 1280×720; however, there are other formats, including HDV Playback and AVCHD for camcorders, which use 720p images with the standard HDTV resolution.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/720p

This is how they can say that about 1080P being twice the resolution:

That's because most 1080p HDTVs are capable of displaying every pixel of the highest-resolution HD broadcasts. They offer more than twice the resolution of step-down models, which are typically 1,366x768, 1,280x720, or 1,024x768. These days, HDTVs with any of those three of lower resolutions are typically called "720p."

http://reviews.cnet.com/720p-vs-1080p-hdtv/