REVIEW: Samsung LE-32A656A1F Part 2
Both LCD TVs are available in Germany, but the A659 is purely meant for the German market and cannot be purchased from other retailers via the Internet.
It should be noted that the technical data on the Samsung homepage does not show any difference between the LE-32A656A1F and LE-32A659A1F in terms of dynamic contrast and all other data listed is also identical.
After the box is opened, it can be seen that the content is neatly and securely packed.
We put the Samsung LE-32A656A1F through an intensive test in which the LCD-TV has to show what it is made of – and what it is not capable of. The following player devices were used in the test: a PC, a Sony PlayStation 3, a Philips DVP5980 DVD player and a Topfield TF500PVR DVB-S twin-receiver.
The scope of supply of the LE-32A656A1F includes the stand for the TVs, four screws, a remote control with batteries, a power cable, a plastic cover, a cleaning cloth, a manual and the guarantee documentation. Signal cables or other accessories are not provided.
The contents of the package in which the Samsung LE-32A656A1F arrives.
All documentation comes in several languages, but our test model did not come with a manual in German, so we had to rely on the English user guide. This should not happen in free trade, since not every German buyer understands technical expressions in English and problems will arise as a result.
Buyers of the 32-inch TV will have to procure signal cables separately.
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