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Samsung 40" LE40M87BDX/XEU HD Ready Freeview Widescreen LCD TV 1080p or ?

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Anybody got one or know where the cheapest place is for one? play have them in stock at £979.99 Delivered, and it states it has a 1080p panel, so i take it runs the higher resolution rather than upsca… Read More
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1d, 3w agoPosted 1 decade, 3 weeks ago
Anybody got one or know where the cheapest place is for one? play have them in stock at £979.99 Delivered, and it states it has a 1080p panel, so i take it runs the higher resolution rather than upscaling it.

any advice or comments are welcome, i have a budget of £1000 but like to spend less or even get a 37" as its a bedroom lcd.
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1d, 3w agoPosted 1 decade, 3 weeks ago
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#1
try this one: http://www.247electrical.co.uk/epages/twentyfourseven.storefront/4687d447030954c227430a020f010576/Product/View/SAMLE40M87BDX

40" 1080p £917.90 inc delivery.

I recall these guys doing a special on this model a few weeks ago for £850 inc delivery - so keep eyes peeled for another ;)

or these guys - slightly cheaper, but dont know them:

http://www.24electric.com/detail.php?ProdID=98212893&referrer=wg&source=webgains&siteid=1273&utm_source=webgains&utm_medium=cpa&utm_content=All

£906.45 inc delivery.

hope this helps:
#2
is 1080 p neccessary?>
#3
roadie
is 1080 p neccessary?>


Yes when you have a Blu-ray and and HD-DVD player, i want to run the full resolution if the game or movie allows.
#4
ra11
try this one: http://www.247electrical.co.uk/epages/twentyfourseven.storefront/4687d447030954c227430a020f010576/Product/View/SAMLE40M87BDX

40" 1080p £917.90 inc delivery.

I recall these guys doing a special on this model a few weeks ago for £850 inc delivery - so keep eyes peeled for another ;)

or these guys - slightly cheaper, but dont know them:

http://www.24electric.com/detail.php?ProdID=98212893&referrer=wg&source=webgains&siteid=1273&utm_source=webgains&utm_medium=cpa&utm_content=All

£906.45 inc delivery.

hope this helps:


cheers for the heads up, so far ive managed to get the price down to £916 with currys
#5
oh ok
cool
does the 360 add on allow 1080p?
#6
roadie
oh ok
cool
does the 360 add on allow 1080p?


Yes through component or VGA but your Tv needs to accept 1080p through those connections. The only 1080p game on the xbox 360 I can think of is virtua tennis 3.
#7
yinujim
Yes through component or VGA but your Tv needs to accept 1080p through those connections. The only 1080p game on the xbox 360 I can think of is virtua tennis 3.


i have a PS3 also which has Blu-ray, its more for the movie's rather than games.

i also have SKy HD but not sure if that will run 1080p anybody?
#8
To be honest, I think you'd be doing yourself an injustice by not going 1080p as 1080i (HD Ready - and not Full HD) is in essence an obselete technology.

Xbox360, PS3, Blu-Ray and HD DVD are all native 1080p (with the correct cables) and the new HDMI 1.3 format is pushing things further forward to crisper pictures - ditto with high-end PC's / laptops - where even XGA is now considered old hat in most circles.
Sky is at 1080i at present, as the bandwidth to show 1080p isnt available yet - but give it time.

Unless you have a severe budget to keep to, I'd stear clear of anything short of 1080p.

My recommendation would be a Samsung as in my experience they have shown to be some of the best screens.

hope this helps ;)
#9
ra11
To be honest, I think you'd be doing yourself an injustice by not going 1080p as 1080i (HD Ready - and not Full HD) is in essence an obselete technology.

Xbox360, PS3, Blu-Ray and HD DVD are all native 1080p (with the correct cables) and the new HDMI 1.3 format is pushing things further forward to crisper pictures - ditto with high-end PC's / laptops - where even XGA is now considered old hat in most circles.
Sky is at 1080i at present, as the bandwidth to show 1080p isnt available yet - but give it time.

Unless you have a severe budget to keep to, I'd stear clear of anything short of 1080p.

My recommendation would be a Samsung as in my experience they have shown to be some of the best screens.

hope this helps ;)


I have a 40" samsung LCD at the moment thats HD ready and its great apart from the crappy speakers, but to be honest i mostly use it through a 5.1 system.

the picture is superb though.
#10
hi sorry to butt in but my mum just got one through hydro with the surround sound but when they came to install it the boy never had much a clue.He rigged it up but he can only get the surround working through a dvd cant work it with sky ect anybody know how to solve this?

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