50” Samsung 3D TV with 3 pairs of glasses, blu ray player and 4 Shrek dvds for only £899 - Comet - HotUKDeals
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50” 3D TV with 3 pairs of glasses, blu ray player and 4 Shrek dvds for only £899



Found this on comet.co.uk today but it’s also available in store.
Make sure you click through, all extra products show in basket (Not that clear on the product page)

Crazy deal as currys have same deal but only 2 pairs of glasses and only online.



Same deal was £999 a while back and that got really hot!
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#1
I have this TV, It's amazing, as is the Sky 3D service (Although a little limited at the mo).
Hot!
#2
does this have the internet tv?
#3
It does yes. You can either plug an ethernet cable into it or buy a wireless dongle.
#4
cheers :) serious considerations on ordering this now.
#5
Only 1 pair of glasses not 3 as posted but still a good deal got the same from best buy 3 weeks ago if you register your tv on samsung website they send you a free pair of glasses and the tv itself does not have internet TV but the bluray player does
#6
if only they did buy now pay later!
#7
cheaper on amazon.
#8
if only it was LCD
#9
fastcarmaniac
cheaper on amazon.


Link and remember the offers

The 1st image shows 3 pair of glasses but it says only 1 pair in description.
#10
What is better LCD or Plasma? i had a sales guy in Best Buy tell me that Plasma was best for fast moving images like sporting events but i have no problems on my LCD LED TV? Any thoughts

Good deal by the way, heat added
#11
ricsantos
fastcarmaniac
cheaper on amazon.

Link and remember the offers

The 1st image shows 3 pair of glasses but it says only 1 pair in description.

This deal was posted before but for a bit more the other 2 glasses were by redemption from Samsung I think.
3 Likes #12
Wait 6 months, they'll be giving these things away. 3D TV is a example of the solution to a problem no-one had.
#13
Any news on the 3 pairs of glasses? That's the deal breaker for me :)
#14
pc390
I have this TV, It's amazing, as is the Sky 3D service (Although a little limited at the mo).
Hot!


What sort of content does the Sky 3D service show?

Just sporting events?
#15
Bagmouss
What is better LCD or Plasma? i had a sales guy in Best Buy tell me that Plasma was best for fast moving images like sporting events but i have no problems on my LCD LED TV? Any thoughtsGood deal by the way, heat added

worms, can. opened ;-)
#16
does this have the internet tv?
Just like to point out that this doesnt have internet tv, well, at least the TV doesnt. The blu ray player does though
#17
eldre
Any news on the 3 pairs of glasses? That's the deal breaker for me :)


The product photo shows 3 pairs of glasses but the package details doesn't show them. It shows just one extra pair of glasses.

But with the money you'd be saving on the t.v. you could buy the 3d starter pack for £100.
1 Like #18
Bagmouss
What is better LCD or Plasma? i had a sales guy in Best Buy tell me that Plasma was best for fast moving images like sporting events but i have no problems on my LCD LED TV? Any thoughts

Good deal by the way, heat added


This is a REALLY complicated question to answer and several holy wars have been fought over it but to try and give a brief summary:

Plasma is, by design, better at producing smooth motion in images that LCD. It also has a natural advantage when it comes to displaying blacks as each plasma cell (pixel in this case) is self-iluminating whereas LCD has a light source (or many light sources) illuminating the screen from behind or the edge which makes it difficult to produce 'pure' black on a small part of the image. LCD tends to be considerably brighter than Plasma and doesn't suffer the image retention issues that can affect Plasma sets

However things have moved on a bit recently. The amount of processing power in your average TV keeps increasing and the technology its running keeps improving which has led to LCD and Plasma becoming much closer in terms of performance. As a general rule of thumb I'd say that in the low and mid end of the markets (sorta £600 to £700 max) a good Plasma set will provide a better quality picture than a good LCD, then it starts getting closer as money increases. That being said, if you prefer a brighter picture (often slightly oversaturated too which many people prefer as it's got more 'punch') than a more natural looking but duller image then an LCD may be more to your taste, same if you're using a TV in a brightly lit room.

Basically, each technology has advantages and issues and it'll come down to personal preference and circumstances which one you'll want.

Edited By: BOFH_UK on Nov 25, 2010 15:19
banned#19
Sorry if this has been answered but can someone let me know if 3d TV is worth it yet? Just want an unbiased opinion on whether there is enough tv programmes to justify it.
#20
Bagmouss
What is better LCD or Plasma? i had a sales guy in Best Buy tell me that Plasma was best for fast moving images like sporting events but i have no problems on my LCD LED TV? Any thoughts

Good deal by the way, heat added


Samsung plasmas tend to last slightly longer than the LCDs which tend to need repairing after 2/3 years. Faulty PCBs all over the place.
#21
Good price for 50 inches of the latest technology but why such a big drop all of a sudden?.
Is the drop due to being an older model or some of the issues a few people have had and ended up returning the panel.
My kids want one but personally i will wait and see what happens over christmas and whether or not panasonic drop their 50" in price.
Voted hot.
#22
LCD vs Plasma, nevermind the picture quality, the thing to be aware of are the extra reflections that you will get from the glass screen of the plasma. If your lighting's not right in your living room, all you'll see on a plasma is your own reflection, not so bad with a LCD as they are less reflective.
#23
Guys i think the other offer from Currys is better than this - £838 after codes and free delivery!

Your text here
#24
Guys i think the other offer from Currys is better than this - £838 after codes and free delivery!
#25
how much will an additonal pair of glasses cost?

comparing this to the currys deal as that one is cheaper but only 2 pairs
#26
Re: Plasma Vs LCD
Plasmas heat your room up like a radiator and use lots more electricity.
That's why I chose an LCD TV, they're relatively cool and efficient. The picture quality difference is almost subjective.
#27
nkje02
if only they did buy now pay later!


They do. 6 months. or if spending £1000 in total you can have 9 months.
#28
I wouldn't order from Comet, last time they had a similar deal with 3 pairs of glasses I ordered and the order confirmation stated only 2 when queried they lied through their teeth that it was only 2 pairs. I elevated the complaint to the MD and got a bog standard reply.
They did this for alot of people ordering last time so would steer clear as you may not get whatt you expect or what the website states.
1 Like #29
riog
Bagmouss
What is better LCD or Plasma? i had a sales guy in Best Buy tell me that Plasma was best for fast moving images like sporting events but i have no problems on my LCD LED TV? Any thoughts

Good deal by the way, heat added


Samsung plasmas tend to last slightly longer than the LCDs which tend to need repairing after 2/3 years. Faulty PCBs all over the place.


My LCD Samsung's power supply died after 3 years, but users of 'AV Forum' suggested contacting Samsung anyhow. Within 90 minutes of me phoning them a local Samsung agent had visited my home and replaced the power supply board. Gobsmacked! Will definitely buy Samsung again.
#30
momatt
Re: Plasma Vs LCDPlasmas heat your room up like a radiator and use lots more electricity.That's why I chose an LCD TV, they're relatively cool and efficient. The picture quality difference is almost subjective.

It's winter.... and according to specs they DON'T use Lots more electricity.
#31
This tv is terrible for image retention and buzzing power supplies......so I read on AV Forums over a month ago. Oh and losing sync with the 3D glasses although that can be fixed by putting a small bit of black tape on the receiver sensor on the glasses, almost enough to cover is entirely, seems a bit naff to have to do that but it works apparently.

Edited By: simate on Nov 25, 2010 18:19
#32
bargainhunter666
momatt
Re: Plasma Vs LCDPlasmas heat your room up like a radiator and use lots more electricity.That's why I chose an LCD TV, they're relatively cool and efficient. The picture quality difference is almost subjective.


It's winter.... and according to specs they DON'T use Lots more electricity.


350 watts is what this tv is rated at. My 37" Samsung LCD is 120 watts.
#33
Plasma ! Waaazzzmmmaaa !!! Had plasma tv`s in the past....never again......Lcd tv`s are in a different league than plasma`s imo !!!!
#34
Waisal
I wouldn't order from Comet, last time they had a similar deal with 3 pairs of glasses I ordered and the order confirmation stated only 2 when queried they lied through their teeth that it was only 2 pairs. I elevated the complaint to the MD and got a bog standard reply.
They did this for alot of people ordering last time so would steer clear as you may not get whatt you expect or what the website states.


It's definitely 3 pairs, 2 extra pairs and one supplied with the tv!
#35
Does anyone own this TV? What is the piccie quality like? There was one in Currys but it looked awful picture wise as I don't think it was set up properly. I just can't find a good demo of this product.

Also does it have Freeview HD or just Freeview. I read different things.

Thanks.
#36
matedodgy
Does anyone own this TV? What is the piccie quality like? There was one in Currys but it looked awful picture wise as I don't think it was set up properly. I just can't find a good demo of this product.

Also does it have Freeview HD or just Freeview. I read different things.

Thanks.


Everything you need to know is here.
#37
Thanks, dude. I am close to buying. I was swaying towards the Panny at £1700, but it's nearly a grand more than this TV and comes with less. Is everyone waiting for the sales? Or going with this deal?
#38
uksparky
Waisal
I wouldn't order from Comet, last time they had a similar deal with 3 pairs of glasses I ordered and the order confirmation stated only 2 when queried they lied through their teeth that it was only 2 pairs. I elevated the complaint to the MD and got a bog standard reply.They did this for alot of people ordering last time so would steer clear as you may not get whatt you expect or what the website states.
It's definitely 3 pairs, 2 extra pairs and one supplied with the tv!

Where does it state you get 2 extra pairs from?
#39
nkje02
if only they did buy now pay later!


They do...
BNPL 6 AND 9 months
#40
oj1
Only 1 pair of glasses not 3 as posted but still a good deal got the same from best buy 3 weeks ago if you register your tv on samsung website they send you a free pair of glasses and the tv itself does not have internet TV but the bluray player does


Bought this yesterday in store - WITH 3 pairs of glasses - on 6 months interest free credit

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