And now, we end a week of reviews with another fine entrant in the Samsung class, the pretty sweet–if a bit small–Samsung UN32B6000. It’s nothing big, but it’s still going to be impressive. That seems to be par for the course as far as Samsung goes–they’re not always great, but they’re usually at least good. This one, meanwhile, will trend nicely toward greatness.
The Samsung UN32B6000 is a thirty two inch 1080p LED television that works at a 120 Hz cycle for reduced blurring. It also offers Ultra Clear Panel technology for improved picture quality, Samsung’s Touch of Color for a nice aesthetic touch, Wide Color Enhancer Pro (which does pretty much what it says it does), two ten watt speakers backed up by SRS TruSurround HD, Anynet Plus, Infolink (provides you with free RSS feeds for news and weather), four HDMI ports, two USB ports, a component video input, an ethernet port, and an optical digital audio output.
It’s impressive–small, but impressive. It’s a beautiful picture, and terrific sound (ten watt speakers are nothing great, but backed up by SRS TruSurround is always well worth while. It’s super thin, and though it doesn’t play well with older hardware, it will still do a pretty nice job of keeping up, especially if you’ve got the new material to use it up properly.
And the price tag isn’t terrible, either–the folks out at Amazon want seven hundred and nine dollars for this one, which is pretty good given that it’s the low end of large screens.
The Samsung UN32B6000 may not be the best you’ve ever seen, but it does a pretty nice job for the price, especially if you’re looking for something in LED and you don’t mind taking the slightly smaller model.