It’s kind of interesting this time around, but I didn’t really have a whole lot of problem with the Samsung LN32A450. Not a whole lot, but as is generally the case with Samsung, there’s always some problem to get in the way of the experience.
The Samsung LN32A450 is a thirty two inch 720p LCD, and includes three HDMI ports, two component inputs, a composite jack, an RF input, an S-video port, a headphone jack, a PC input, an optical sound output port, hidden speakers (and hidden controls again, dammit anyway, Samsung), a series of display modes (entertainment, sports and games) and wide color enhancer.
Now, I didn’t see a whole lot of problems with the picture on this one but I wasn’t terribly happy about the audio. However, considering that you can actually pick this one up used from $391 (just hit Amazon; they’ll save you HUGE amounts of cash), even a fairly low-rent set would be a good value at that price.