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PS50C550 50" Full HD Plasma TV
Enjoy a sublime level of big-screen entertainment with this stylish Samsung PS50C550 50" Full HD Plasma TV!

Picture quality from the Samsung PS50C550 50" Full HD Plasma TV is uncompromising; with a 100Hz frame rate and 600Hz sub-field drive making this the ideal television for smooth viewing of sports and fast-paced movies.

An incredible mega dynamic contrast ratio means that the Samsung PS50C550 can deliver any tone from the brightest of whites to deep, detail-rich blacks. To complement the amazing image quality, you'll also benefit from Dolby Digital Plus sound and stereo 10W speakers.

You can experience an incredible High Definition picture straight out of the box with the PS50C550 too, thanks to its built-in digital Freeview HD tuner. In addition, four HDMI connectors let you hook up to devices such as Blu-ray players and game consoles for a breathtaking level of immersive entertainment!

The Samsung PS-50C550 50" Full HD Plasma TV is also DLNA-compliant, and can connect to your home network either via its Ethernet port or with an optional WiFi USB dongle. Thanks to the inclusion of two USB ports, you can also connect your multimedia devices to this great TV for maximum enjoyment of your photos or music.

Step into the future by choosing the Samsung PS50C550 50" Full HD Plasma TV!
Screen Format 16:9
Screen size 50" (127 cm)
Contrast Mega contrast
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD)
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) Viewing angle free
Audio Audio Power 2 x 10W
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound Stereo
Speakers Built-in
Connectivity Connectivity 4 x HDMI
1 x Component
1 x SCART
1 x Ethernet
1 x VGA (15 pin D-Sub) PC input
2 x USB 2.0
1 x Digital audio out (optical)
SCART connectors 1
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 4
PC Input 1
Audio output Digital audio (optical)
Tuner Standard DVB-T2 Digital Freeview HD
Double Tuner No
Functions TV text Teletext
Other functions WiFi ready
AllShare (powered by DLNA)
Game mode
Connect Share Movie
Electronic Programme Guide
Sleep timer
Parental lock
100Hz frame refresh rate (600Hz sub-field)
General Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Remote control, stand, documentation
Dimensions (mm) 1215 x 733 x 71 mm (excluding stand)
Weight (kg) 28.5 kg (excluding stand)
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#1
I love TV deals :D

Also this TV is pretty Future proof. (or is it <<<<[flame insurance])
banned#2
DLC
I love TV deals :D

Also this TV is pretty Future proof. (or is it <<<<[flame insurance])



Future Proof ?? - are you kidding ?

No 3D !!

Not LED !!

looks pretty dated to me already
#3
Peggy Bedford
Future Proof ?? - are you kidding ?

No 3D !!

Not LED !!

looks pretty dated to me already


My mistake then.
#4
Looking at the description on the website this appears to be a mistake as it seems to be describing the Samsung PS50C450B which is only "HD Ready" and has 3 HDMI - so best to enquire before purchasing methinks.:thumbsup:
#5
ALSO 7% cashback from Quidco (probably) bringing the net price down to about £651. :thumbsup:
#6
Peggy Bedford
Future Proof ?? - are you kidding ?

No 3D !!

Not LED !!

looks pretty dated to me already


you are totally clueless arent you.

3d tv wont take off in this country cos its too expensive, theres still a huge recession going on.
and just cos its not LED, plasma TVs beat the LEDs hands down.
#7
apparently there are flickering issues with it.

I was reading up on it and found this thread.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-tvs/1156758-just-bought-samsung-ps50b530s-50-1080p-plasma-tv-sale-35.html

Hope I don't break any rules by posting that but better to have all the info. :thumbsup:
banned#8
slackrat77
you are totally clueless arent you.

3d tv wont take off in this country cos its too expensive, [COLOR="Red"]theres still a huge recession going on.[/COLOR]
and just cos its not LED, plasma TVs beat the LEDs hands down.



"[COLOR="Red"]theres still a huge recession going on[/COLOR]." ???? - It is YOU that is totally clueless - the recession ENDED last quarter Bozo !!!!

ps
Plasma are rubbish compared to LED - everyone knows that
banned#9
read the thread about the Plasma 50" TVs from Bennetts last year (september)

there were loads of problems - buzzing, picture qulaity etc ... many people sent them back
#10
Peggy Bedford
"[COLOR="Red"]theres still a huge recession going on[/COLOR]." ???? - It is YOU that is totally clueless - the recession ENDED last quarter Bozo !!!!

ps
Plasma are rubbish compared to LED - everyone knows that


Sorry, my friend, maybe you are slightly confused, OLED might be considered better than plasma, but LED? do you mean LCD tv's with LED Backlight? If so, most people opt for plasma, including many review sites, and the majorty of videophiles at avforums..

As for the recession, you clearly have been listening to gordon brown too much who claimed we were out of it 'last quarter', and everyone knows, he lies! :)
#11
Peggy Bedford
"[COLOR="Red"]theres still a huge recession going on[/COLOR]." ???? - It is YOU that is totally clueless - the recession ENDED last quarter Bozo !!!!

ps
Plasma are rubbish compared to LED - everyone knows that


no it didnt end. its still going on and the amount of unemployed are going up.
i'm not one of them but i do work in retail and i see what people are buying and it ain't expensive LED backlit LCD screens

and as for plasma being rubbish...AV forums just called the new panasonic range a near perfect TV.
I suggest you actually read some reviews, or are you just trying to justify having spent tons of an LED backlit tv and trying to convince yourself it was worth it.

read some reviews, LED backlit LCDs have a long way to come before they match plasmas for quality, especially pioneer and panasonic.
banned#12
jayjayuk1234
Sorry, my friend, maybe you are slightly confused, OLED might be considered better than plasma, but LED? do you mean LCD tv's with LED Backlight? If so, most people opt for plasma, including many review sites, and the majorty of videophiles at avforums..

As for the recession, you clearly have been listening to gordon brown too much who claimed we were out of it 'last quarter', and everyone knows, he lies! :)


I've got an MBA and a degree in Economics so I should know about the economy - unlike the earlier thicko !!
#13
Peggy Bedford
I've got an MBA and a degree in Economics so I should know about the economy - unlike the earlier thicko !!


And he also has an LED Backlit LCD that he probably bought under the impression it was the best thing since sliced bread ... certainly a first generation LED Backlit LCD isn't going to get anywhere near the quality of a 12 Gen Plasma - but you go on telling everybody on every tv thread just how good it is Peggy.:whistling:
banned#14
DLC
I love TV deals :D

Also this TV is pretty Future proof. (or is it <<<<[flame insurance])



Future Proof ?

Has it got a digital tuner ????

You just havent got a clue !!! - someone might get sucked into buying this on your lies
#15
Hey, obviously that's not a review. Anyone who's going to dropping money on something like tthis needs to fully research what is suitable for their needs and wont be taking one line of advice.

Basically i said what I said because it has Freeview Hd, nice addition that hopefully will pan out for the buyers. Freesat has its limits with further added cost where freeview can be more easier to be adopted.

You've already objected to my first post and I put my hand up and said it isnt with your valid points.
No need to dig up more conflict. As frankly we both can spend our time elsewhere.
#16
Peggy Bedford
I've got an MBA and a degree in Economics so I should know about the economy - unlike the earlier thicko !!


lol you are so funny. :roll:

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