I’ve used a lot of words to describe Samsung technology. I’ve mostly reflected on their quality, with their bizarre control schemes and baffling variances in quality across units (this one’s good, this one’s mostly good, this one’s not so good, this rare one here is just awful). But there’s a word that I seldom get to use in conjunction with a Samsung–bargain.
And the Samsung LN32B360C5D definitely is one.
The Samsung LN32B360C5D is a thirty two inch 720p LCD television with a cold cathode fluorescent lamp to improve picture quality, a thirty thousand to one contrast ratio, wide color enhancer, SRS TruSurround HD, two HDMI inputs, one component video input, one composite video input, one PC input, and one optical audio output.
Here’s the part that relates to the headline–this sounds like a solid system, right? A little basic but not without its charms. But you can get one of these at Best Buy for four hundred dollars.
And that’s why I say, this may be a smidge on the marginal side–the sound and image quality are solid if unremarkable–but the price is right.