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SAMSUNG 40" LCD TV 1080p £699.00

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
The ultimate in design and technology with this Samsung 40" HD ready 1080p LCD TV. Featuring Movie Plus mode for reduced judder when showing fast moving action in movies and sporting events, 3 HDMI connections and a swivel stand.
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* HD ready: Yes
* 1080HD: 1080p
* Reception: Digital Tuner with all Freeview channels
* Contrast ratio: 10000.1
* Pixel resolution: 1920x1080
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#1
cant believe how cheap this is, N series samsung 1080p for £699, paid double that for my 40" samsung
#2
Just paid a few hours ago £691.20 for the M series from dixons, plus £20.7 off from quidco!:whistling:
#4
hmsq82
Just paid a few hours ago £691.20 for the M series from dixons, plus £20.7 off from quidco!:whistling:


Is that better than the one advertised in this thread?
#5
hmsq82
Just paid a few hours ago £691.20 for the M series from dixons, plus £20.7 off from quidco!:whistling:


Can you please help me? Whats the difference between n and m series?
#6
its the newer model of it, that being said even the m series is older coz you have the F series! :thumbsup: But i've been looking at getting m series for a while so for £670 was a bargain!:thumbsup:
#7
hmsq82
Just paid a few hours ago £691.20 for the M series from dixons, plus £20.7 off from quidco!:whistling:


Hi could you please specify which model you purchased I'm very intrested in the M series.
1 Like #8
LE40M86BD

That is the link to the TV i got today! sorry about that! Supposedly delivery is set for 30/12/07 not counting my chickens yet :p
#9
I know someone who works at comet so I could get this for £630(10% off)

Would I rather get that or this m series one with the 10% dixons code + quidco?

Thank you
#10
I'd go for the m series,or wait a while and go for the f series when a little cheaper.Also wall bracket is cheap if you buy together.I bought this set before xmas with 10% off
Scezy
#11
hmsq82
LE40M86BD

That is the link to the TV i got today! sorry about that! Supposedly delivery is set for 30/12/07 not counting my chickens yet :p


Very Nice!
#12
The thing with LCD TVs if your going to buy one say for your living room spend that little extra and get a really good one. Not only will it be stylish and have that WOW factor its also going to be future proof.
#13
Soulja88
Can you please help me? Whats the difference between n and m series?


According to some information on avforums, the n series is a cheaper version - I paid 760 quid for my LE40M86 delivered and been very pleased with the picture quality.

John
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#16
This TV does not seem to get glowing reviews over at the AV Forums, seems to have had a lot of bugs in the past and not sure if these will be sorted out by now ?

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=585499

Still it is a very good price for a Samsung 1080p model if you are lucky to get one with none of the issues, not for me on this occasion though. :thumbsup:
#17
MrDealManUK


Just a note the review is for the "m" series model, the model sold by comet is the "n" series LE40N87BDX. the only real difference appears to be the casing, and the "m" has a super clear panel with a higher dynamic contrast ratio of 15000, compared to the "n" 10000. so tempted by this one over the 475 tosh. charlie

ps anyone know if this samsung supports 1080p/24?
#18
hmsq82;1381999
Just paid a few hours ago £691.20 for the M series from dixons, plus £20.7 off from quidco!:whistling:


how did you get this price?
#19
You can get the N87 version from Empire Direct for 699 - 10% voucher = 630ish + another 3% quidco.
You can also get the M87 version from them for 749 - 10% voucher = 675ish + another 3% quidco

I ordered myself an M87 from them a couple of days ago.. hopefully all will go well :)

P.S. you can find the Empire Direct voucher code on here by searching them
#20
Xaar
You can get the N87 version from Empire Direct for 699 - 10% voucher = 630ish + another 3% quidco.
You can also get the M87 version from them for 749 - 10% voucher = 675ish + another 3% quidco

I ordered myself an M87 from them a couple of days ago.. hopefully all will go well :)

P.S. you can find the Empire Direct voucher code on here by searching them


don't forget the 25 quid for delivery with empire direct i don't live close to one of their stores, i got mine from dixons used their special xmas code 10% off with free delivery came to 692.5 then with quidco tracking another 20.7 quid off making my telly a bargain at 671.8. :santa:
#21
hmsq82
don't forget the 25 quid for delivery with empire direct i don't live close to one of their stores, i got mine from dixons used their special xmas code 10% off with free delivery came to 692.5 then with quidco tracking another 20.7 quid off making my telly a bargain at 671.8. :santa:


Fortunately for me I have an Empire Direct just down the road from me :)
So my total came to 663.50 (£749 - 10% - 2% quidco)
Anyways the point to my post was that the Dixons offer was very limited time, so I was suggesting a current alternative, however I just verified that the 10% no longer works :( so it's no longer a valid point.
#22
There may be a dodgy batch in the m87 version, anyone know how to identify them?
#23
csf
Just a note the review is for the "m" series model, the model sold by comet is the "n" series LE40N87BDX. the only real difference appears to be the casing, and the "m" has a super clear panel with a higher dynamic contrast ratio of 15000, compared to the "n" 10000. so tempted by this one over the 475 tosh. charlie

ps anyone know if this samsung supports 1080p/24?


I know it was for the M series, i just wanted to show how good they were.
#24
Nice find, voted HOT

Wish I had waited for this! Just bought a 37" Toshiba 1080p for not much less
#25
MrDealManUK
The thing with LCD TVs if your going to buy one say for your living room spend that little extra and get a really good one. Not only will it be stylish and have that WOW factor its also going to be future proof.

Sorry, but no TV is future proof, not this one, not any. For starters, they still haven't sorted an issue with this regarding 24fps, which pushed me to the plasma side!

Decent TV, decent price, flawed though - MoviePlus is the devil's handiwork, it's horrid.
#26
csf
ps anyone know if this samsung supports 1080p/24?

It's meant to, but bugs prevent that still AFAIK.
#27
Adamo
Sorry, but no TV is future proof, not this one, not any. For starters, they still haven't sorted an issue with this regarding 24fps, which pushed me to the plasma side!

Decent TV, decent price, flawed though - MoviePlus is the devil's handiwork, it's horrid.


Sorry I meant generally.
#28
yes it supports 1080p/24. after firmware update in PS3, can play 1080p/24 with the Samsung.
#29
MrDealManUK
Sorry I meant generally.

Then generally .. no TV is future proof.
#30
Adamo
Then generally .. no TV is future proof.


We'll agree to disagree.
#31
Snake


The Which? site says don't look into con ratio too much, it doesn't make any difference
#32
jakenjo
The Which? site says don't look into con ratio too much, it doesn't make any difference


True but if you look at high end TVs their Contrast Ratios are between 18000 - 20000.
banned#33
Amazing price. Sickening to think i bought a 40" R74 for slightly more back in March. So my advice to anyone buying one is to stop looking at prices the minute you click that purchase button. :)
#34
csf;1382369
Just a note the review is for the "m" series model, the model sold by comet is the "n" series LE40N87BDX. the only real difference appears to be the casing, and the "m" has a super clear panel with a higher dynamic contrast ratio of 15000, compared to the "n" 10000. so tempted by this one over the 475 tosh. charlie

The "M" has a shiny screen which means it suffers very badly from reflections. :x
The "N" has a matt screen. Much better on the eye. :thumbsup:
#35
Xaar
Fortunately for me I have an Empire Direct just down the road from me :)
So my total came to 663.50 (£749 - 10% - 2% quidco)
Anyways the point to my post was that the Dixons offer was very limited time, so I was suggesting a current alternative, however I just verified that the 10% no longer works :( so it's no longer a valid point.


For Empire Direct you CAN'T pay online, use quidco and then pick it up from the store.
#36
poopscoop
For Empire Direct you CAN'T pay online, use quidco and then pick it up from the store.


I DID pay online, use quidco (which has tracked) and ask for collection :whistling:

"Product: Samsung LE40M87BDXPrice Each: 749.99Quantity: 1Delivery Price: 0.00Total Payable: 749.99
Product: Empire Direct VOUCHERPrice Each: -75.00Quantity: 1Delivery Price: 0.00Total Payable: -75.00"
#37
Adamo
Then generally .. no TV is future proof.


Depends on how you define future-proof IMO. No, 5 years down the line this TV won't look as good as a brand new one, but 5 years down the line it'll still look as good as it does now, which seems to be pretty flippin good. You say a TV can't be future proof, but in my front room I have one thats about 10 years old, and it still lets you watch TV. play games and watch DVDs on it, so I'd say that TVs actually are fairly future proof. Its not like the TV will become obsolete in a couple of years is it?

Yes, you may want to replace it in a few years, but I don't think you'll have to, so I'd say this set seems as future proof as any "technology" can be.
#38
I guess what I'm saying is that maybe its not future-proof, but its definitely future-resistant.
#39
Podge
I guess what I'm saying is that maybe its not future-proof, but its definitely future-resistant.


Exactly - TV will be great but, for example, won't be able to receive Freeview HD except with external box.
#40
Argos has this telly LE40N86BDX for £699.99 with free 3 year warranty cat no 536/3900 not shown online.:)

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