Samsung 37" LE37M87BDX/XEU HD 1080p Freeview Widescreen LCD TV - HotUKDeals
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Price listed as £629 bt with 5% Play voucher and I think 4% through quidco that would be almost £60 off.

Seems like a great deal for a branded, 1080p set.
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#2
http://images.play.com/covers/3477020x.jpg
#3
voted hot.
#4
Nice price but quoted price shouldnt include quidco as quidco is not guaranteed.
#5
My apologies, I am new to all of this!

How do we determine whether we are eligible for the Quidco discount?
#6
Good price!
#7
Anyone know if this supports 24fps, or 100hZ
#8
hot price for a 1080 tv
#9
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/-/318/404/-/5320394/Toshiba-Regza-37-37XV503DB-HD-1080p-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html?searchtype=genre

Also, the toshiba looks to have pretty good spec (i.e. 1080p, 18,000 to 1 dynamic contrast) and at £599 could probably get down to just over £550 with discount codes. They dont have stock until 18th April but may be worth waiting?

Anybody know much about the toshiba and how it would compare to the samsung?
#10
pgw83
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/-/318/404/-/5320394/Toshiba-Regza-37-37XV503DB-HD-1080p-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html?searchtype=genre

Also, the toshiba looks to have pretty good spec (i.e. 1080p, 18,000 to 1 dynamic contrast) and at £599 could probably get down to just over £550 with discount codes. They dont have stock until 18th April but may be worth waiting?

Anybody know much about the toshiba and how it would compare to the samsung?


Or the 42" version takes my fancy. 1080p 25,000:1 contrast.
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/5320383/Toshiba-Regza-42-42XV503DB-HD-Ready-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html
#11
If you have the extra £150 go for it!
#12
Has anyone experience of buying a large item, as I have only bought below the £18 limit, are import duties/VAT charged when the TV is delivered – if so at what rate as that could make a big difference?
#13
Just to let you know, this price is due to a new model being released, the Samsung LE37A556P. I know many of you won't mind, but I just thought I'd say.
#14
ooo 5% voucher off play :D
#15
drewchad
Anyone know if this supports 24fps, or 100hZ


not 100hz
#16
Thanks Bossmanuk. Any idea when the new version will be released and what price we can expect?
#17
Hot! Great screen, great price. I bought a 32" M86 (100hz) at the weekend, and that wasn't much less than this.
#18
ive got 1 of these

they are superb, i use mine as a monitor too using 3/4 of the screen and google toolbat to fill the last 1/4

its clearer than any monitor i have used or seen, using standard monitor connector or DVi

ace for 1080p with hdmi on ps3 too and playing blueray

be aware tho as its full hd, putting a normal scart tv box into it doesnt look brill closeup, but is fine over 2 meters away

Heated

stu
#19
pgw83
Thanks Bossmanuk. Any idea when the new version will be released and what price we can expect?


I'm not sure, must have literally just been released (or about to be released). I only saw it on the Dixons site when checking the price of the LE37M86. When I looked on dixons (here) it stated none in stock, with a new model available. Although the new model is quoted as £925, if you use the code "37SAMHD" you can get it for £799 + quidco, delivery within 14 days.

Also looks like Samsung a bringing out a 32" 1080P set - http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0852326644.1206984446@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccciadedjkimjdjcflgceggdhhmdfho.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=592391&category_oid=
#20
in the description it does not state if freeview is built in with this tv and if stand is included or not.
#21
StuDaPoo
ive got 1 of these

they are superb, i use mine as a monitor too using 3/4 of the screen and google toolbat to fill the last 1/4

its clearer than any monitor i have used or seen, using standard monitor connector or DVi

ace for 1080p with hdmi on ps3 too and playing blueray

be aware tho as its full hd, putting a normal scart tv box into it doesnt look brill closeup, but is fine over 2 meters away

Heated

stu


Thanks Stu. I will be watching Sky+ (but not SkyHD) through my box and may be closer than 2m. What will the picture be like?
#22
the new samsung 5 series 1080p sets should be out in April/May nationwide, have a look here for initial feedback (which sounds positive so far) http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1005722
#23
pgw83
Thanks Stu. I will be watching Sky+ (but not SkyHD) through my box and may be closer than 2m. What will the picture be like?


loss of detail and basically the picture will look a little pants
Just squint and the picture looks fine :-D
#24
I have a Samsung 37" not 1080p, and I'm not impressed with the picture, loads of ghosting.
Can anyone tell me please what causes the ghosting?
What do I look for in order to help reduce the motion blur?
Any help would be appreciated!
#25
dandoc2
loss of detail and basically the picture will look a little pants
Just squint and the picture looks fine :-D


Thanks Dandoc2. In that case, what would you suggest i went for at around the same price?
#26
pgw83
Thanks Dandoc2. In that case, what would you suggest i went for at around the same price?


get the tv -- all normal tv is like that on hdtv tvs --- its like dvd players i used mine on my hdtv the films look awful - bought an upscaler/used 360 - looks a lot better
#27
I posted this on MSE yesterday!!!!!
#28
woodyuk
I have a Samsung 37" not 1080p, and I'm not impressed with the picture, loads of ghosting.
Can anyone tell me please what causes the ghosting?
What do I look for in order to help reduce the motion blur?
Any help would be appreciated!


basically ghosting happens when an image on the screen stays too long so you have a n overlap of an image
#29
dandoc2;1809588
basically ghosting happens when an image on the screen stays too long so you have a n overlap of an image


So does a 100hz TV stop/help reduce this?
I've been getting ghosting will watching HD movies via a HD DVD player, I didn't expect that.
Or if a TV is capable of 1080p would that help?
I intend to take my Sammy back to the shop and this TV is temping me.
#30
woodyuk:
I have a Samsung 37" not 1080p, and I'm not impressed with the picture, loads of ghosting.
Can anyone tell me please what causes the ghosting?
What do I look for in order to help reduce the motion blur?
Any help would be appreciated!


Sounds like you have a R87/88 woody. Check out avforums for recommended settings. Good luck
#31
Yes I do have that TV, I'll whip over and search the forum, cheers.
#32
I bought this tv from play.com at xmas and use it with my PS3,it is absolutely superb. And at this even lower price i would advise anyone looking for a 1080p set to look no further. And to iky, it does indeed have freeview built in, but you will need an antenna to receive the signal.

Heat added.
#33
Bought one of these the other day! Awesome LCD!
#34
stoz01
Has anyone experience of buying a large item, as I have only bought below the £18 limit, are import duties/VAT charged when the TV is delivered – if so at what rate as that could make a big difference?


There won't be any import duties, play have a warehouse in the UK for sending more expensive items. I bought a tv off them last year and there were no problems :thumbsup:
#35
woodyuk
So does a 100hz TV stop/help reduce this?
I've been getting ghosting will watching HD movies via a HD DVD player, I didn't expect that.
Or if a TV is capable of 1080p would that help?
I intend to take my Sammy back to the shop and this TV is temping me.


100hz could possibly make it less prone for ghosting but theres a chance it could still happen

1080p is the amount of lines/way a screen displays ghosting is to do with the refreshing of the picture
#36
Not bad...

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