Samsung UN32B6000 32-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

  • Ultra-slim 32-inch LED HDTV with full HD 1080p resolution and Auto Motion Plus 120Hz technology for a sharp, smooth picture
  • LED technology enables a true-to-life range of picture brightness; uses 40 percent less energy than conventional LCD TVs
  • InfoLink RSS feeds of news, weather and sports from your broadband connection
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 1 component, 2 USB, 1 Ethernet, 1 PC, 1 optical digital audio output
  • Includes detachable swivel table stand; measures 31.5 x 22.8 x 9.4 inches (WxHxD) with stand
Product Description
It’s time to change your view – Samsung’s brilliant new LED experience starts with the UN32B6000. Look to the 32-inch LED screen for the most vibrant contrast providing blacker black tones, whiter whites along with the richest color possible. The versatile 1.2-inch Ultra Slim Design stands alone as the slimmest HDTV on the market today and that’s including the tuner! The accented Touch of Color™ bezel adds a graceful flair. Samsung’s InfoLink™ feature … More >>

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5 Responses to “Samsung UN32B6000 32-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV”

  1. OPsDad says:

    I purchased this TV because it is so thin. I have a 2006 Triple-Slide 5th Wheel, and it had a cabinet for an old CRT-style TV. Putting the Sammsung (“Sammy”) on the stand in that cabinet wasted a huge amount of space. So I made a door for the front of the cabinet from 3/4 inch birch plywood, and stained it to match the color of the cabinet. I used a flat screen mount screwed to this door, and hung the Sammy on that. About 2 inches of clearance for the slide out, and about 15 cubic feet of storage space is recovered. And, it looks VERY sanitary. The door opens with just a perfect amount of clearance, and we have all of our Blue-Rays and DVDs in there, along with books and other stuff. Makes the RV “better than new” in several ways.

    Now, about the TV.

    I got done just in time for Game 2 of the world series. Stunning. Unlike our home LCD, this monitor has 120 hz. It’s fast. You can SEE the baseball heading for home plate CLEARLY. Not a blur. The unit is beautiful, the touch of color is classy. There is a nice little light that would light up the stand if we were using the stand, and it shines right onto our Satellite STB perfectly as we have it mounted. Picture quality is the best I’ve ever seen in a 32 inch TV. We also use this as a monitor for a MacbookPro in our RV. We can sit or lie on the couch with wireless keyboard and Mouse, and see fine… I’m typing this that way right now!

    Set up was a breeze. The only catch was that my satellite box doesn’t give the TV a time feed, had to set date/time manually. No big deal. I find the location of the inputs to be just fine, and there are lots of them. Cable management is included with the TV, a nice plus. One negative, and a small one: instead of a standard “computer” style power cord, it has a fixed cord. The cord is a 90 degree plug style cord, and it doesn’t go thru the hole in my cabinet, so I have to enlarge the hole to get it thru.

    So far, this is the best TV I have ever owned, and I have 3 other flat screen TVs, another Samsung, and 2 Sony Bravias. All are nice, but this LCD is just so pretty, picture wise and design of the unit. If it has no issues, then I’m a Sammy guy all the way, and I have really been happy with my Sonys. If there are any issues, I’ll be sure and update.

    I oredered this on Amazon thru vendor “Vanns”. It arrived days early, via freight, and the driver carried it right in to the RV for me. 1100 plus was a lot to pay, and I think it was worth it.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Pros:

    This television has an excellent picture with outstanding clarity and startling range of colors. Very low wattage is appealing – we run it on solar power.

    Cons:

    Sound could be much better – the speakers face the wall, which impedes clarity. To me, the sound is no different with the surround sound ON or OFF. The white light under the set is an annoyance which fortunately can be turned off.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Mr. Z says:

    I was expecting a great picture and it exceeded my expectations and thin and lite…

    I needed a 32″ because or space limitations and there are very few 1080p 32″ sets…..The led tech looks like the wave of the future…….even makes non hd look great
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. M. Bekishev says:

    I have been watching my UN32B6000 for a week now. Here is my short summary:

    1. Great TV, picture quality is incredible, I really enjoy it (I have Dish HD).

    2. Decent sound, I do not understand why other reviewers have complained about it.

    3. Viewing angel is typical for Samsung TVs, slightly better than on my previous LCD.

    Now, the main question many people may ask, is it worth it to spend extra $200-$300 to buy LED vs. LCD? I have another 32′ Samsung 640, 1080P, 120hz., which I bought four months ago. 640 series was made for Best Buy and is analog of 650 series that you could buy on Amazon. I found that LED edges LCD on picture quality, just a little bit. There is no difference in sound quality. If you like a new innovating design, great picture quality, improved power efficiency and need a thin, lighter TV, you should buy LED. If you would like to save money, you will be fine by buying comparable LCD.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. D. Ritchie says:

    We bought this LED TV 1 month ago over the Sharp 32″ LED and what a mistake that was. We liked the slim style but the picture quality on this LED vs. the Sharp we have is not even close. In addition, the layout of the ports and connections are such that with the slim design I have to take the TV off the wall to add/remove my USB devices.

    To make matters worse, the screen blew within the first month and trying to deal with Samsung support was a nightmare. I used the web chat to open the call and that took more than 30 minutes. Then I had to follow up and call them to see the status. They could not tell me the details of their own warranty (pick-up, in-home, delivery) and I had to call a 3rd party service to get the info. This unit has “pick-up” service but that means they send you a UPS label and you have to box and ship. If you want UPS actually pick up, you have to pay the charge or take it to UPS. They say it will be up to 2 weeks for the repair.

    I know I will sell this once it comes back from repair and buy another Sharp. It may not be 1.5 inches thick but it’s got a superior display, $400 less and frankly, the super slim does not look that much different on the wall.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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