Recently I saw on Walmart.com that they have this Samsung 32" on sale for $800. Well, I did finally settle on a 26" Panasonic (TC-26LX60) which is good and all, but I can sell it for $800 (I have a buyer on Craigslist who wants it) and then basically just pay tax on the Samsung and have it. Mind you I spent about $730 or so for my Panasonic, but I'm also getting more because I'm throwing in a Monster brand HDMI cable with the Panasoinc (Bought for $3 lol) that is probably adding to the value. Do you all think this Samsung is much better than my Panasonic or at least worth paying about $50 (The tax cost) for? If I order online I think I could get a free wall mount but then I'd probably need to pay shipping and whatnot. Relatively quick answers would be appreciated, thanks!
Er sorry to double post, but I tried to look it up on CNET and Epinions and whatnot, and I just cannot find anything about that Samsung. It has 5,000:1 contrast ratio and thats about all I can find out. I found on Epinions a LN-3242H that is similar but it has a 7,000:1 contrast ratio. Does anyone own the Samsung I'm trying to look at or can you tell me anything about it? I mainly want to know if it's black levels and sharpness will be as good as my 26" Panasonic and I'll be sold on it. Does Samsung have any black level adjustments or Smart AI/Sound and the like?
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17th February 2007
Can you provide the Model number of that samsung?
"this" was a link, but here is the model number: LNT3232HX
This is what your looking at im guessing Samsung 32" LCD HDTV with Built-in Digital Tuner, LNT3232HX - Wal-Mart I would go for it, especially if your only paying $50 bucks for tax. 1. Its bigger than your Panasonic 2. Its Samsung, awsome brand that you can't go bad with. Has amazing picture quality. 3. Free Wall-Mount! :D
Your Panasonic is just fine and after all Panasonic is a reliable brand
Well I trust and like Panasonic but I've seen mostly good stuff from Samsung as well. I just want to be sure that buying the Samsung isn't going to be a degradation in picture quality. I think my Panasonic has a 3000:1 contrast ratio and the Samsung has 5000:1 so I don't know if thats a big difference or not as far as picture goes. The thing is, I can't pick that TV up in stores (They won't honor the online price), so it'll actually cost me about $67 for shipping and tax. I just don't know, how trustable is Walmart's shipping? I feel like only pay $20 for shipping is cheap since Newegg charges like $100 AIT delivery for all their LCDs. EDIT: Nevermind, I don't need to worry about this stuff anymore. The buyer is someone up in Wisconsin, about to go to London. Gave me some story about buying it for a son or something who's from England who's in Africa or something. They're going to pay me $350 more than my asking price to cover shipping cost and etc. and want to pay via Stormpay money order. Like I believe someone would randomly pick a used TV in another state and pay more than it costs new that they had never examined themself and give it as a gift. I hate scammers...