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46" Samsung LCD LE46B530 TV 604.00 @ Robert Whyte

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Seems like a great price for a 46" LCD tv. Its £569 + £34 postage.

The 40" gets great reviews, so I can't see any reason why this would not be the same.
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#1
Why has this been voted cold?
#2
might be because it not *outstanding* value. just regular rip off Britain highstreet price. real LED TVs are hitting the market now and CFL is starting to get old, man.

i'm after the 40" Sharp LED with 120/240 Hz
#3
This TV is awful to be honest lol. I have one in my spare room and everythings looks crap on it
#4
I got one of these after Christmas from Comet for £539 not a bad set for the price but it's been cheaper elsewhere
#5
naff tv naff deal :)
#6
The 6 series is a LOT better and I've seen them around different stores on offer for the low £600's.
#7
It says £569.99 in VAT on website!!!!

Even cheaper, don't think I have ever seen a 46" screen this cheap!
#8
if anyone is after the 40" version of this TV, it's £479 at Richer Sounds and £499 at Sainsbury's stores. I was going to get this (the 40") for my mum, but this model does not have good reviews. Apparently there is picture smear and blur on dark and fast moving scenes and not good for gaming. If on the other hand you are not an avid AV enthusiast and not really fussy, then should suit you fine.
#9
l33t-krew
Why has this been voted cold?

... because it's a disgustingly bad TV, that's why.
#10
Got the 40" version a couple of weeks ago through John Lewis price match and partnership discount for £374. Know it hasn't had amazing reviews but for the money its a good TV, the standard definition is pretty good but personally think with HD bluerays looks excellent. I mainly use this for gaming on the ps3 and it copes extremely well with games such as COD : MW2, had no problems with smear as other have commented. Recommended if your after a large cheap LCD tv.
#11
I thought it was great for HD stuff. Can't see many tv's being able to cope well with SD stuff on such a large screen with so many pixels.
#12
bingowings85
might be because it not *outstanding* value. just regular rip off Britain highstreet price. real LED TVs are hitting the market now and CFL is starting to get old, man.

i'm after the 40" Sharp LED with 120/240 Hz


a true LED tv would be like a plasma - each pixel on the screen an individual light! This holy grail of TVs will probably use "OLED" or "AMOLED".

no, what you are referring to are LED backlit LCDs :thinking:. in theory these are better than traditional CFL backlit LCDs *but* don't underestimate the ingenuity of organisations to come up with a way to make LED backlights cheap and crap! :x
#13
No bias from me as I'm a Panasonic G10 owner, but I always thought the Samsung 5 series wasn't too bad?

Afaik it goes Samsung 6 Series > Samsung LED > Samsung 5 series > most other LCD TVs (Sony aside)

So why is someone mocking this, and then saying that a Sharp (which are supposed to be terrible) is better?
#14
So why is someone mocking this, and then saying that a Sharp (which are supposed to be terrible) is better?[/QUOTE]

because they (sharp owners)are an extreme minority trying to justify buying an expensive pile of s--t :)
#15
Its a decent TV, Im not sure you can get better for the money. Go for an extended warranty if you can. Ive just had the good fortune of having a Samsung F46 ( 2 years old ) replaced under warranty through Domestic and General ( this is a good extended warranty by the way ). I looked at this model in the shop but decided to go for the 6000 series LED backlit. Huge mistake, SD quality was SO bad. THANKFULLY ive purchased the Panasonic G10 and all is well. Very well.
#16
dennis1973
Its a decent TV, Im not sure you can get better for the money. Go for an extended warranty if you can. Ive just had the good fortune of having a Samsung F46 ( 2 years old ) replaced under warranty through Domestic and General ( this is a good extended warranty by the way ). I looked at this model in the shop but decided to go for the 6000 series LED backlit. Huge mistake, SD quality was SO bad. THANKFULLY ive purchased the Panasonic G10 and all is well. Very well.


G10. G15 and up offer superb performance since they bought up the Pioneer tech.
Plasma is still the way to go until OLED becomes viable household products. 18mths to 2 yrs is quite a while to wait tho.

The LED tv's are just TOO vivid. David Dickinson retina burn must be common! That and the motion issues.

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