Samsung 32J4100 is quite a nice flat TV very similar to Samsung UA32FH4003RLXL in looks. But we would say very nice TV for basic television functions.
If you are planning on investing in a new TV for your place, you can start by looking at this Samsung LED TV. This Samsung 32J4100 HD Ready TV delivers a quality, immersive, and high-resolution viewing experience along with improved audio features.
Capture your favorite scenes and music while watching Samsung 32J4100 TV at the push of a button and save the content on an external storage device connected to the TV. You can view the stored content anytime and re-live your favorite moments.
Enjoy stadium like experience Switch on the Cricket Mode and redefine your cricket viewing experience with surround sound and enhanced picture quality. You can also freeze a live cricket match, divide the screen into 9 sections and zoom into more details.
Good And Bad
- Deep blacks.
- Impressive low input lag.
- Image degrades at an angle.
Samsung 32J4100 Specifications
Design and Look
The Samsung 32J4100 has decent build quality. It is almost entirely made of plastic. There are no obvious areas of concern in its construction. The TV stood strong on a single stand, well balanced but still, safety is recommended.
The bezels surrounding the display are quite thin and impressive. This Samsung 32 inch TV gives you access to great entertainment in the comfort of your living room.
|TV Type||LED TV|
|Screen Size||32 Inch (80 cm)|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
This TV is very thin, and doesn’t stick out much if wall-mounted.
The Samsung 32J4100 back is plain, and has a slightly different texture than the other 2015 TVs we’ve tested. There is only basic cable management through a clip on the back legs.
Samsung 32J4100 has a single stand to balance it. But strong enough to manage and stand.
The borders of Samsung 32J4100 are relatively thick, given the small size of the TV, so they’re a bit more noticeable.
Like most VA TVs, the Samsung 32J4100 has an decent contrast ratio. But Samsung 32J4100 doesn’t have a local dimming feature.
The TV has very good gray uniformity. The sides of the screen are noticeably darker, but there is little dirty screen effect in the center, which is great for sports fans. Like most VA TVs, the image degrades when viewed at an angle. Due to the small size of the TV, this effect is more noticeable.
The Samsung 32J4100 has decent black uniformity, results in cloudy blacks in dark scenes, which can be distracting. Overall, the Samsung 32 inch TV has good reflection handling. Bright reflections aren’t diffused much across the screen, so they might still be distracting in a bright room.
|Wide Color Enhancer||Wide Colour Enhancer Plus|
|Picture Engine||Hyper Real|
|Dynamic Contrast Ratio||Mega Contrast|
|PQI (Picture Quality Index)||200|
The motion handling of the Samsung 32J4100 is decent. It has a fast response time, so there is only a very short blur trail behind fast-moving objects.
But it may appear irrelevant for someone for this, not a big deal though. It supports motion interpolation up to 100 Hz and has a Black Frame Insertion feature to make the image crisper, but it does not work very well.
Native Refresh Rate: 100 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate: No
The sound quality is great with 20 watts Dolby Digital Decoder speakers to deliver powerful sound with enhanced bass performance on Samsung 32J4100, making your listening experience as immersive as viewing.
Enjoy a cinematic experience at home with the Bollywood mode feature. For a better sound, dedicated speakers or soundbars are recommended.
|Sound Output ( RMS )||10 W ( L : 5 W, R : 5 W )|
|Speaker Type||2.0 Channel|
|Speaker Configuration||Down Firing + Bass Reflex|
|Dolby Digital Plus||Yes|
The input lag is average, but most people will not notice it. In terms of connectivity, the Samsung 32J4100 comes with 2 USB ports. This allows you to connect more than one external USB device to the TV. There are 2 HDMI ports.
|Component In ( Y / Pb / Pr )||Yes|
|Common Use for Component Y||Yes|
|Composite In ( AV )||Yes|
|RF In ( Terrestrial / Cable Input )||Yes|
|Audio Out ( Mini Jack )||Yes|
|Bluetooth Low Energy||Yes|
|Supported Audio Formats||MP3, FLAC, OGG, WMA, WAV, MIDI, APE, AIFF, ALAC, M4A, MPA, AAC, SVAF, WEBM, RMVB|
|Supported Video Formats||AVI, MKV, MP4, ASF, MOV, 3GP, FLV, VRO, VOB, SVI|
|Supported Picture Formats||JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP, MPO|
Not just the Samsung 32J4100, even its remote is simple. It comes with dedicated hotkeys to directly access functions and more.
Remote Control Features
Control from TV
There is a button located in the left hand side of the TV. It allows for only basic control of the TV, including changing the inputs or channels, volume control, and power.
|In The Box||
|HD Technology & Resolution||
Overall, the Samsung 32J4100 is a good TV for most uses. It’s good for watching sports or TV shows in a bright room, as long as you don’t like to move around.
This is an adequate TV for watching movies in a dark room. It has an excellent contrast ratio, so blacks appear black in a dark room, but it has only decent black uniformity and lacks a local dimming feature, so some clouding can be seen in dark scenes. Unfortunately, it can’t remove judder from any source.
The Samsung 32J4100 is a good TV for watching TV shows during the day. It has good reflection handling and decent peak brightness, so glare shouldn’t be an issue in most rooms, but the image degrades at an angle, so it isn’t great if you like to move around with the TV on.
The Samsung 32J4100 is a good TV for watching sports during the day. It has good reflection handling and decent peak brightness in SDR, so glare shouldn’t be an issue. Unfortunately, the image degrades when viewed at an angle, it isn’t a great TV for watching the big game with a group of friends.
This is a good TV for playing video games. It has outstanding low input lag, resulting in a very responsive gaming experience, and it has a great response time. Unfortunately, it doesn’t support any advanced gaming features like FreeSync, and some motion artifacts can be seen, due to the backlight flicker.
The Samsung 32J4100 is a decent TV for watching movies in HDR in a dark room. It has an excellent contrast ratio, resulting in deep blacks, but it has only decent black uniformity, and lacks a local dimming feature. It can display a wide color gamut, which is important for the latest HDR movies, but it can’t get very bright, so small, bright highlights don’t stand out.
This is a great TV for use as a PC monitor. It has outstanding low latency and it supports most of the common resolutions, and can display chroma 4:4:4 properly in all of them, which is important for clear text. Unfortunately, the image degrades when viewed at an angle.