There are some fantastic savings to be had on Samsung TVs this month, with prices finally coming down compared to 12 months ago when many thought they were still too expensive.
One model which is set to be popular this month is the Samsung 32-inch UN32EH5000 LED HDTV. With this in mind, we want to point you in the direction of some Samsung UN32EH5000 reviews that we have seen, including clearing up some confusion on whether this model is 60Hz or 120Hz.
We are referring to the refresh rate of course, as many consumers are still unaware of the true performance of a particular model, with manufacturers marking their respective products with individual names for their picture technology.
Samsung is a classic advocator of this, with their Clear Motion Rate technology which helps to produce a stunning picture quality – the same goes with Sony and their respective MotionFlow XR tech.
The Samsung UN32EH5000 specs of this 32-inch model feature Clear Motion Rate 120, but actually in reality you may want to know that this still a 60Hz TV in native respect.
While Samsung clearly mention that this is a Clear Motion Rate 120Hz, we’ve seen other retailers advertise this model as a 120Hz rate TV, so we’re just giving you a heads-up on that.
Having said that, it doesn’t mean that the quality isn’t good. Those who have owned a Samsung model will say that Samsung are usually up at the very top when it comes to picture quality – regardless of 60Hz or 120Hz.
With the refresh rate out of the way, this TV also has some other great features, such as Wide Color Enhancer Plus, ConnectShare support and obviously full HD resolution with a 1920×1080 display.
There’s also 2 HDMI ports on board, with one USB slot for other media needs. It has Energy Saving features as well, which is very important for lowering those utility bills.
To hear what others are saying about this particular model, there’s a Samsung UN32EH5000 review page here over at Amazon with other 1,000 reviews to read through – there’s also reviews at Samsung’s product page too.
Give us your thoughts on this Samsung 32 Class LED 1080p 60Hz Ultra-Slim HDTV. Are you interested in buying one and agree that it is sometimes confusing when 60Hz isn’t advertised clearly?