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Samsung UN32H5500 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV

Experience a great picture with no compromises with Samsung 32″ Class 1080P LED Smart TV. With a resolution twice as high as standard HD TVs, you can catch all the details of your favorite films and games. This 32″ Class TV makes a great addition to your bedroom or office. With the Built in WiFi, you are able to connect to your existing network so you can stream and share movies, videos, music and pictures from compatible devices to your TV. Enjoy stunning clear picture quality with Full HD 1080p. Quad Core eliminates lag to give you a fluid browsing experience. It supports a wide range of input technologies such as three HDMI, two USB, one Component in and one Composite in (AV).

Samsung UN32H5500 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV

FEATURED Samsung UN32H5500 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV

  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 120 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes – Motion Ready with Camera Accessory (sold separately)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 28.4” x 16.9” x 1.9”, TV with stand: 28.4” x 18.3” x 6.4”
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 Component, 1 Composite
  • Accessories Included: Standard Remote Control
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, 2 USB, 1 Component OR 1 Composite in (AV)

 

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What customers say about Samsung UN32H5500 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV

  1. Ren says:
    137 of 149 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lets See What Happens Next, March 13, 2014
    By 
    Ren

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    Review for:
    Samsung UN40H5500 Slim 40-inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV.

    Abstract:
    I bought this TV shortly after it was available on Amazon. The smart features are excellent. However, I had a variety of problems with two TVs before I purchased a third which was flawless. I have been updating my review here to share what has been going on with the TVs and the returns.

    Pros:
    Excellent CPU. Previous model had a dual core, this one has a quad core, which means the smart features are faster. The features are excellent. It is true that you can watch Netflix, Amazon videos, browse the internet, and so much more. All smart features work well, except some times that the Youtube app is laggy and prone to crashes (I don’t blame the TV on this, but it is more of the app version which is different from one you would see on a smart phone). I do like some features of the Youtube app which allow me to create playlists on my smart phone and watch them on the TV. The Netflix app was recently upgraded and it works even better now, if you like Netflix or Amazon videos, specially if you have Amazon prime, you need one of these TVs. The network card, the hardware component that allows you to connect to your home’s wireless network, is perfect. You can connect to 2g or 5g WLAN. Storage on the TV is good, but really you should use an external Hard Drive for home movies and pictures you wish to stream or if you can connect it to your home PC and stream from there. This TV is essentially a computer, so you can always plug in a mouse and keyboard and browse the net. The Smart TV features are excellent, I recommend it.

    Cons:
    I had to buy three TVs before I received one that was working as intended.

    The first one that I bought was returned for it had two clusters of yellow and blue lights stuck on the screen. No matter what I was watching those lights would show up. I quickly contacted Amazon and returned it. Amazon’s return policy is, as always, excellent. I received a second TV, but this one had a dead pixel; therefore I returned it as well. It felt more like a hassle than anything, but again you can trust Amazon to take care of any problems like this; you won’t even have to pay the return shipping.

    Extra information:
    Since I was asked below in the comments. This model does not come with a smart remote or voice control; you would need to get the 6400+ model if you want those features. You could buy the smart remote and use it perfectly well on this TV, but voice recognition won’t work.

    I am upgrading my review from 3 stars to 4. I recommend this TV, the fact that I received two defective ones does not mean all are defective. For the price and features you will receive, you are getting one of the best TVs on the market. If you want something worthy of a 5 star review you need to look at the 6350 or 6400 Samsung models, which I plan to review soon.

    Sincerely,
    R.

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  2. akitten007 says:
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great tv for the price, July 13, 2014
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    Display: The display is beautifully vibrant, nothing new from Samsung. Almost perfectly calibrated out of the box in my opinion. Motion is handled pretty well for only 60hz, but I’m no refresh rate guru so feel free to check a more professional review 😉

    Sound: This tv’s sound is louder and clearer than any other tv in my house. The speakers deliver plenty of volume, enough to easily fill a large bedroom without distortion. What really surprised me was the existence of a low end. Unlike tvs I’ve had in the past, this one has decent bass for music listening and gaming. For a tv this thin, the sound is hard to beat.

    Smarts: This is a hit of miss for me. The smart tv interface is simple. The quad core processor still leaves speed to be desired. Netflix takes about 8-10 secs to boot. There are plenty of apps to download, though most are throw aways. The web browser is decent, although cumbersome to navigate. Unfortunately, navigating most of the smart interface is slow thanks to the “simple” remote included. Trying to search for a movie or a website is a pain. My suggestion is to get a good wireless usb keyboard if you really want to speed things up. Wifi speeds are decent (using Comcast 50mbps) but my Chromecast still seems faster for streaming.The screen mirroring is by far my favorite feature. Works well with all my android devices and my Windows 8 laptop. Update: Youtube app lags and crashes (I blame the poor app not Samsung). DLNA streaming works well too.

    Xtras: The ir blaster works great with my Comcast box, requiring one less remote on my nightstand. HDMI-CEC (Anynet+) works perfectly with my Chromecast, PS3, PS4. You can turn a device on, or have the devices turn the tv on, switch inputs automatically, etc. The remote is simple, but includes enough options for most people. It also has backlit buttons, which you can toggle on and off.

    Design: Thin, light. Slim bezel. Samsung sure knows how to compact.

    Summary: Great smart tv for the price. The only faults I see are in the software interface, and a 4th hdmi port missing.

    PS: If you don’t like this tv for some reason, this Sony is a GREAT second http://amzn.com/B00HPMCO46

    DISCLAIMER: If you want to use the multi screen feature, you need the smart remote (sold separately). If someone knows how to do this without it please feel free to comment below. Or comment for something else I forgot to include.

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  3. Jimbo89 "Jimbo89" says:
    23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good TV UN32H5500, May 16, 2014
    By 
    Jimbo89 “Jimbo89” (NJ, USA) –

    This review is from: Samsung UN32H5500 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV (Electronics)
    I got this TV, this week. I have a Verizon HD box from my Verizon TV provider. I plugged this TV in, set up was pretty much painless.

    (((If you’re using the Verizon HD box, you have to make sure you put the setting on 1080, just go in the settings on the Verizon box, through the “Menu” button on the remote and make sure that is on. Because 720p was selected. Not the settings on the TV, the TV will pick up the 1080 automatically, this is just for Verizon users on there Verizon HD box. If you don’t have a Verizon Fios HD box for TV, ignore this. Although if you have cable box, I would check it also. The highest you can play on Verizon FIOS is 1080i)))

    Anyway, the TV has stunning picture quality, really nice.

    I don’t use the apps too much and might have to comment more when I start to use them, but I used this with Youtube, and to get it to work, you log into Youtube on your computer and you type in the code that the TV gives you, you’ll see the directions. After it syncs the 2, when you’re on your computer watching youtube vids, there is a little button next to the button on Youtube vids where you can “Make it Full screen” to the right it says “Play on TV”, you just hit that button and Youtube will play right on the Samsung.

    There is also a Youtube app that works fine also. But sometimes I find it easier to search on the computer and then stream it right to the TV.

    This TV has the quad core processor, which is suppose to give it a bit more speed loading stuff (apps,etc.). The 2 previous models before it the “Samsung UN32F5500” had a dual core processor (2013 model) and before that the Samsung UN32EH5300 (2012 model) had just a single processor.

    If I use the apps more, I will come back to update.

    To stream from your computer, you basically download the “Samsung Link” software to your computer or smart device, set which folders you want to share and they will play on the TV. When you log into the “Samsung link” software on the computer, if you have any problems, just look for the “Getting started” button on the software, because the manual doesn’t have to much on specifics of a problem. It took me a few tries to get this to stream from my computer to my TV. You just have to make sure you read the “Getting started ?” link on the software.

    I got it to stream an HD movie file from my computer to the TV, it played nice and looked great. Just like any other HD channel.

    When streaming movies from your computer like (divx movie files, or Mpeg files)you are able to fast forward, here’s how. When your movie is streaming look for the settings button, on the Samsung, then hit “select scene” then “Time bar” then you’ll have the option to Fast forward or rewind while streaming video files off your computers hard drive to the Samsung. I didn’t realize this.

    I hooked my portable 320 GB hard drive through the Samsung’s USB port, with all of my movies (divx, mpeg) on the drive. The TV recognized the drive in a second and I was able to play my movies right off the Hard Drive. There are 2 USB ports.

    I would make sure the TV is off though when you pull out these thumb drives and portable hard drives. Because there is still power going to the drive and you don’t want to just pull out the drive with power going to it, it can corrupt your data. Just an FYI.

    I don’t have a Netflix account, I already have so many channels on my cable, so I can’t comment on that. But, I’m sure the quad processor helps with the loading of the apps. I know on the earlier models of this TV (2012) there was some complaints about slow loading times, but it seemed to load OK on this newer 2014 model.

    I think that’s all I have to share for now,

    So my final thoughts are, I would recommend getting the Samsung 32 inch 1080p UN32H5500 TV.
    I think it is priced fairly well. The picture quality is great, 2 USB hookups, loads an external drive no problem, streaming from my computer worked fine and looked good. I will probably give an update in the next few months to let you know how it is working.

    1 month update:
    The TV is still working fine. A friend of mine came over and we tried his Netflix account, it looks and works good. No problems.

    I also tried the web browser, it works. Haven’t used it extensively, but I went to a few sites and didn’t have any problems.

    Youtube works fine. The apps on these Smart TV’s isn’t as fast as your computer, but they seem to work decent.

    I also tried my PS3 and set the TV to “Game mode” and it looks and plays good.

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