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the TV is a Samsung full HD, comes with a HD freeview box. it cost me £122 is this a good deal? Read More
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6m, 5d agoPosted 6 months, 5 days ago
the TV is a Samsung full HD, comes with a HD freeview box. it cost me £122 is this a good deal?
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6m, 5d agoPosted 6 months, 5 days ago
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#1
unless you give us more details, for example the model number then it is impossible to tell
#2
matthews9479
unless you give us more details, for example the model number then it is impossible to tell


its a dm40e, I can't find nothing on it
#3
hotmep
Yes, looks to be worth £500+

It's a business model, it's designed for digital signs. Has a 1 GHz quad-core processor and 8GB of storage.


would it make a good gaming TV? I read it has a cooling system so it can handle long hours of play.
#4
hotmep
Yes, looks to be worth £500+

It's a business model, it's designed for digital signs. Has a 1 GHz quad-core processor and 8GB of storage.


Do you think this would make a good gaming TV? I read it has a cooling feature to handle long hours of use
#5
why did you buy something without doing research first
#6
kaamuuu
matthews9479
unless you give us more details, for example the model number then it is impossible to tell
its a dm40e, I can't find nothing on it

Why don't you search Google for dm40e?
http://www.pureav.co.uk/technology-products/Display/samsung-DM40E
https://www.businessdirect.bt.com/products/samsung-dm40e-40--1920x1080-vga-dvi-hdmi-displayport-wifi-led-large-format-display-lh40dmeplgc-en-BKPZ.html
#7
kaamuuu
matthews9479
unless you give us more details, for example the model number then it is impossible to tell
its a dm40e, I can't find nothing on it

It looks like it's a commercial display rather than a television. So it's got a higher maximum backlight level and a wider array of inputs but no TV tuners or other TV specific stuff.

I don't know enough about the market to tell how it compares for gaming use.
#8
A 17" portable used to be £99 so I guess you've
got a bargain.
#9
where did u get it? it's not a retail TV..
#10
It is showing as £735 from Bt business direct
#11
Resolution: 1920x1080 (FullHD)
Brightness(Typ.): 450 nit
Contrast Ratio: 5000:1
Response Time(G-to-G): 8ms
Input: Analog D-SUB, DVI-D (HDMI Common), Display Port 1.2, HDMI1, HDMI2, Component (CVBS Common), 1x USB
Audio: Stereo Mini Jack, Built in Speakers
External Control: RS232C (In/Out), RJ45
Dimension (mm): 906.6 x 524.7 x 49.9
Weight: 7.52kg
VESA Mount: 200 x 200 mm
Media Player Option Type: Embedded MagicInfo S3, SBB (Optional)
Recommended Usage Hours: 24/7oO That is some heavy gaming?! ;)
#12
If you was after a tv then this is a terrible deal as it isn't a tv. If you were after an led display then it's a cracking deal
#13
kaamuuu
hotmep
Yes, looks to be worth £500+
It's a business model, it's designed for digital signs. Has a 1 GHz quad-core processor and 8GB of storage.
Do you think this would make a good gaming TV? I read it has a cooling feature to handle long hours of use

Been console gaming for years and years, never had an issue with long gaming sessions on any TV I've used, maybe I've been lucky so I doubt the cooling system matters to much.
#14
I think you could watch non-live broadcast TV by linking it up to a computer or dvd player and not have to pay for a TV licence, as it does not have a receiver. Could be ideal if you're in a house share or never want to watch live broadcast TV.
Not 100% sure so you'd need to check it out further.
#15
harams
I think you could watch non-live broadcast TV by linking it up to a computer or dvd player and not have to pay for a TV licence, as it does not have a receiver. Could be ideal if you're in a house share or never want to watch live broadcast TV.
Not 100% sure so you'd need to check it out further.


u won't need to pay for a licence if u even have a tv but don't watch or record live TV apart from the new law on iplayer u can't use that anymore
#16
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.

why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.
#17
jonnithomas
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.
why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.
From the TV licencing website 'Do I need a TV Licence if I only ever watch on demand services (like catch up TV), DVDs or downloaded programmes?
You don’t need a licence if you only ever watch on demand or catch up programmes on services other than BBC iPlayer (and you also never watch live TV programmes on any channel, including on iPlayer).
You also don’t need a licence to watch DVDs, Blu-rays or videos.
You need a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer – live, catch up or on demand. This applies to any device and provider you use.' http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/check-if-you-need-one/topics/Live-TV-and-how-you-watch-it
#18
harams
jonnithomas
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.
why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.
From the TV licencing website 'Do I need a TV Licence if I only ever watch on demand services (like catch up TV), DVDs or downloaded programmes?
You don’t need a licence if you only ever watch on demand or catch up programmes on services other than BBC iPlayer (and you also never watch live TV programmes on any channel, including on iPlayer).
You also don’t need a licence to watch DVDs, Blu-rays or videos.
You need a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer – live, catch up or on demand. This applies to any device and provider you use.' http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/check-if-you-need-one/topics/Live-TV-and-how-you-watch-it


What is Freeview Play?

Simply put, it’s live TV and on demand, all in one place.

So it gives you live TV. so you need a licence. Until the change in Iplayer law I didn't have a licence. I didn't have an aerial connected to my TV so it was clear I couldn't watch live TV.
#19
jonnithomas
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.

why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.


does this mean I cant use it for gaming?
#20
kaamuuu
jonnithomas
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.
why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.
does this mean I cant use it for gaming?

no idea. it depends what you want to use for the gaming. if it's a playstation or similar then you probably can.
#21
jonnithomas
kaamuuu
jonnithomas
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.
why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.
does this mean I cant use it for gaming?

no idea. it depends what you want to use for the gaming. if it's a playstation or similar then you probably can.


I suppose the key words are 'watch live broadcasts' and 'use iplayer'. if you do not watch live TV or use iPlayer you do not need a license. http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/utilities/tv-licence
#22
cooling system made me lol.... :)
I just balance a glass of water with ice cubes on top of mine..

Edited By: Managers on Jan 14, 2017 21:54: error
#23
harams
jonnithomas
kaamuuu
jonnithomas
It is a display and NOT a TV. However as it comes with a freeview box you do need a licence.
why people are telling you that you don't need a licence is ignorance.
does this mean I cant use it for gaming?
no idea. it depends what you want to use for the gaming. if it's a playstation or similar then you probably can.
I suppose the key words are 'watch live broadcasts' and 'use iplayer'. if you do not watch live TV or use iPlayer you do not need a license. http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/utilities/tv-licence


yes those are the key words. Being able to prove that you are good and don't do it is another matter. I personally decided to get a licence as I couldn't prove I didn't even without an aerial. I actually use Amazon and Netflix.

Edited By: jonnithomas on Jan 15, 2017 00:09
#24
harams
I think you could watch non-live broadcast TV by linking it up to a computer or dvd player and not have to pay for a TV licence, as it does not have a receiver. Could be ideal if you're in a house share or never want to watch live broadcast TV.
Not 100% sure so you'd need to check it out further.
If you watch BBCi player. You need a licence whether you watch it live or not now.

Edited By: artnada on Jan 15, 2017 07:17
#25
kaamuuu

the TV is a Samsung full HD, comes with a HD freeview box. it cost me £122 is this a good deal?

Bought it from where? Man in the pub?

Probably stolen bro. So not a good deal.
#26
118luke
kaamuuu

the TV is a Samsung full HD, comes with a HD freeview box. it cost me £122 is this a good deal?

Bought it from where? Man in the pub?

Probably stolen bro. So not a good deal.


Na dude off ebay from a trusted source haha

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