42 Samsung PS42Q7HD HD READY Digital Plasma £369.99 @ www.cheap-lcd-tv.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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great tv for a great price 42" hd ready samsung plasma with digital freeview for £369.99
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banned#1
Would trust that website and i wouldn't buy a cheap plasma because there rubish !
#2
thats bs plasma tvs are good quality and have as many good and bad points as lcd tvs
#3
not a bad price for a refurb/graded plasma
#4
QNPVTX
Would trust that website and i wouldn't buy a cheap plasma because there rubish !


i have had this model for two years and itstill looks stunning and picture quality is outstanding .... so i dont understand how you can rubbish this deal unless you have owned this model before and had a experience.
#5
They've been going for a long time (mainly on ebay) and have;loads of other cheap TVs BUT you can only pick up AFAIK from their 5 stores. Fine if you can get there and fit a TV in your car but otherwise you can't send couriers either so it's useless sadly.
banned#6
Robbiecfc
thats bs plasma tvs are good quality and have as many good and bad points as lcd tvs


Nope your wrong :p

cadmus
i have had this model for two years and itstill looks stunning and picture quality is outstanding .... so i dont understand how you can rubbish this deal unless you have owned this model before and had a experience.


Yes i have had many LCD and PLASMA TV's in the past year including this one.

I've owned a 50" samsung plasma, 32 " panasonic lcd, 42" lg lcd, 42 samsung lcd in the past 3 months and the best quality was the LG 42" LCD.
#7
Why would anyone ever want to get a 42" TV that can only do HD Ready and not see FULL HD 1080p in all its glory is beyond me.

The resolution is 1024x768!!! :/

thats good...for 15" screens!
#8
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aLtikal
Why would anyone ever want to get a 42" TV that can only do HD Ready and not see FULL HD 1080p in all its glory is beyond me.

The resolution is 1024x768!!! :/

thats good...for 15" screens!


because to get the benefit of 1080p you really need a screen of 50 inches or more. I have a full hd 42 inch and I cannot tell the difference between 720 and 1080 at a normal viewing distance of 10 feet.

Also, just because a tv can display 1080p does not mean it will automatically be better than one that can do 720p.
#9
aLtikal
Why would anyone ever want to get a 42" TV that can only do HD Ready and not see FULL HD 1080p in all its glory is beyond me.

The resolution is 1024x768!!! :/

thats good...for 15" screens!


I wouldn't buy this TV, but I thought all broadcast HD TV was in 720p only, so if you don't intend to watch bluray recordings on it, a native 720p resolution (1280 x 720) could potentially give a better picture as it wouldn't have to rescale the image.
#10
aLtikal
Why would anyone ever want to get a 42" TV that can only do HD Ready and not see FULL HD 1080p in all its glory is beyond me.

The resolution is 1024x768!!! :/

thats good...for 15" screens!


Try reading up on what gives a good TV picture, resolution certainly isn't top of the list....
#11
melted
I wouldn't buy this TV, but I thought all broadcast HD TV was in 720p only, so if you don't intend to watch bluray recordings on it, a native 720p resolution (1280 x 720) could potentially give a better picture as it wouldn't have to rescale the image.


HDTV is generally actually 1080i. This screen is still 720p, ignore the 4:3 res, it's still 16:9 due to plasma pixels acting different to lcd pixels.
#12
QNPVTX
Nope your wrong :p



Yes i have had many LCD and PLASMA TV's in the past year including this one.

I've owned a 50" samsung plasma, 32 " panasonic lcd, 42" lg lcd, 42 samsung lcd in the past 3 months and the best quality was the LG 42" LCD.


well you obviously have more money than sense then!
I have a samsung 42inch plasma (not this model) and it is a pretty good tv for the price, althought i had a 5 year guarantee with mine so if it goes wrong its not so bad.
#13
1080p is where all the gold in the world lies.

if you dont have it on your TV, you should be both ashamed and shot...by terrorists...from space.

if you dont have anything that outputs at 1080p, a full HD tv will give you no benefit over an HD ready 720p one.

read up on some TV reviews and see why the likes of Panasonic wipe the floor with Samsung, 1080p or not.

I'd take quality build and parts over the much hyped 1080p.

for standard TV, CRTs were better TVs anyway but as nowhere really makes them or sells them anymore, an HD ready plasma on standard def is fine.

1080p is over hyped and over used and often misunderstood as to what it means to the average person watching TV.

if you have freeview/Cable/Sky and no Hi Def Devices and arent thinking of upgrading to a blu ray player from your DVD, or adding a PS3, then 1080p is a waste of time, cos nothing you are watching is broadcast in that resolution.

I once had a customer tell me his son had recommended a 1080p tv cos "otherwise the pixels will look huge", I asked "well with respect, what does your son do for a living? cos I sell TVs"
the gent replied "nothing, he's 7"

I have an LG 5010 37" in my room, hooked up to both cable and a blu ray player
downstairs I have a 2 year old samsung 42" PQ series plasma on a normal cable box with a good quality scart lead (no not bought from Currys!!)
the samsung pic on cable is so much nicer.
#14
slackrat77
1080p is where all the gold in the world lies.

if you dont have it on your TV, you should be both ashamed and shot...by terrorists...from space.

if you dont have anything that outputs at 1080p, a full HD tv will give you no benefit over an HD ready 720p one.

read up on some TV reviews and see why the likes of Panasonic wipe the floor with Samsung, 1080p or not.

I'd take quality build and parts over the much hyped 1080p.

for standard TV, CRTs were better TVs anyway but as nowhere really makes them or sells them anymore, an HD ready plasma on standard def is fine.

1080p is over hyped and over used and often misunderstood as to what it means to the average person watching TV.

if you have freeview/Cable/Sky and no Hi Def Devices and arent thinking of upgrading to a blu ray player from your DVD, or adding a PS3, then 1080p is a waste of time, cos nothing you are watching is broadcast in that resolution.

I once had a customer tell me his son had recommended a 1080p tv cos "otherwise the pixels will look huge", I asked "well with respect, what does your son do for a living? cos I sell TVs"
the gent replied "nothing, he's 7"

I have an LG 5010 37" in my room, hooked up to both cable and a blu ray player
downstairs I have a 2 year old samsung 42" PQ series plasma on a normal cable box with a good quality scart lead (no not bought from Currys!!)
the samsung pic on cable is so much nicer.


Unfortunately too many people just look at the numbers, and fall for the marketing hype.

When I bought my Panasonic plasma (720p) I wanted to be certain it was the right choice. I got the shop to hook up a blu ray player to both the Panasonic and a Samsung 1080P LCD at the same time. The Panasonic gave a much better overall picture, more realistic colours and better blacks.
The ONLY way you could see more detail in the picture on the Samsung was to pause the disc and move to about a foot of the screen, then when studying both that close you could just make out a slight improvement in detail on some parts of the picture. But even then your still stuck with a very artificial looking picture.

Would go for quality over quantity anyday.....
#15
QNPVTX
Nope your wrong :p



Yes i have had many LCD and PLASMA TV's in the past year including this one.

I've owned a 50" samsung plasma, 32 " panasonic lcd, 42" lg lcd, 42 samsung lcd in the past 3 months and the best quality was the LG 42" LCD.


Hi there,

When you say the best quality was the lg42 I was wondering
if it was this one http://www.pixmania.ie/ie/uk/2831946/art/lg/42pq2000-plasma-screen.html
im very close to buying it especially as i read it handles divx but im not sure how good
divx looks on it
my second choice was the LH4000 HD Ready 1080p LCD TV series
any advice would be much appreciated

regards
liam

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