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Samsung 40" LED tv £899.00 Norm £1049 @ Richer Sounds

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Samsung UE40B7020 LED TV, this is a great price for this TV. the price includes a £150 cashback from Samsung. Read More
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Samsung UE40B7020 LED TV, this is a great price for this TV. the price includes a £150 cashback from Samsung.
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#2
Wouldn't call £900 for a 40" a 'Great Price' !!!
#3
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Wouldn't call £900 for a 40" a 'Great Price' !!!


I'm unable to find it cheaper and it is a LED tv...
#5
dorack_uk
I'm unable to find it cheaper and it is a LED tv...


Its and LCD tv with led backlight:whistling:
#6
Adidas Addict
Its and LCD tv with led backlight:whistling:


Includes £150 cashback from Samsung

Welcome to the new generation of ultra-thin LED TV.

With a depth of just 29.9mm the UE40b7020 is little thicker than a typical picture frame. Also, with its built-in Internet widget platform, the Samsung UE40b7020 combines web with TV like never before. The system, developed by Yahoo, offers Internet access to news, weather, YouTube and Flickr, with more widgets coming soon. Connecting up couldn't be easier. Simply connect your wired or wireless system via the Ethernet system and you have Internet access. Once connected to your network you can also listen to music from your PC or even stream standard-definition video from it. Combine this with the twin USB ports for accessing information from other digital sources such as mobile phones or cameras and it quickly becomes apparent that here is a TV that's designed to work with the digital age and not apart from it.

Yet Samsung haven't stopped there. A huge investment in new technology has meant a better picture quality than ever before. "Mega" dynamic contrast pushes the boundaries to provide an even greater contrast between the brightest and darkest of images. Unique to the LED TV range is Samsung's Wide Colour Enhancer Pro. This covers the widest colour spectrum to date and offers the most realistic, rich and vibrant colour ever to be seen on a Samsung LCD-type TV. Added to this is Motion Plus which gives you 100Hz scanning for reduced motion blur and improved clarity. In short, the UE40b7020 doesn't just challenge the best, it sets new standards for picture quality.

As ever with TVs, the audio can't live up to the picture without a separate home cinema system, but the "Invisible" speaker system does combine with a separate woofer and SRS TruSurround XT to provide a punchy, crisp sound quality that's pretty good given the extreme thinness of the TV.

When it come to connections, the UE40b7020 comes with 4 HDMI sockets to match its Ethernet and twin USB sockets. There's also SCART and component (via Mini Jack) for older, analogue sources you may have.

New technology has also reduced the power consumption on this set to a point where it's actually more efficient than a portable model of just a few years ago - so now you can have big screen entertainment with small power bills! The new design of this TV also makes it very light. Weighing in at less than 15KG, the UE40b7020 can be easily wall-mounted on close-fitting brackets that wouldn't normally accept the weight of a typical 40" LCD or plasma TV.

For glimpse of the TV of the future, you've seen it here first with the ultra-slim, net-ready Samsung UE40b7020. Prepare to be impressed!
#8
lol 'i was savaged by tv geeks and survived'
#9
Adidas Addict
Its and LCD tv with led backlight:whistling:


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Includes £150 cashback from Samsung

Welcome to the new generation of ultra-thin LED TV.

With a depth of just 29.9mm the UE40b7020 is little thicker than a typical picture frame. Also, with its built-in Internet widget platform, the Samsung UE40b7020 combines web with TV like never before. The system, developed by Yahoo, offers Internet access to news, weather, YouTube and Flickr, with more widgets coming soon. Connecting up couldn't be easier. Simply connect your wired or wireless system via the Ethernet system and you have Internet access. Once connected to your network you can also listen to music from your PC or even stream standard-definition video from it. Combine this with the twin USB ports for accessing information from other digital sources such as mobile phones or cameras and it quickly becomes apparent that here is a TV that's designed to work with the digital age and not apart from it.

Yet Samsung haven't stopped there. A huge investment in new technology has meant a better picture quality than ever before. "Mega" dynamic contrast pushes the boundaries to provide an even greater contrast between the brightest and darkest of images. Unique to the LED TV range is Samsung's Wide Colour Enhancer Pro. This covers the widest colour spectrum to date and offers the most realistic, rich and vibrant colour ever to be seen on a Samsung LCD-type TV. Added to this is Motion Plus which gives you 100Hz scanning for reduced motion blur and improved clarity. In short, the UE40b7020 doesn't just challenge the best, it sets new standards for picture quality.

As ever with TVs, the audio can't live up to the picture without a separate home cinema system, but the "Invisible" speaker system does combine with a separate woofer and SRS TruSurround XT to provide a punchy, crisp sound quality that's pretty good given the extreme thinness of the TV.

When it come to connections, the UE40b7020 comes with 4 HDMI sockets to match its Ethernet and twin USB sockets. There's also SCART and component (via Mini Jack) for older, analogue sources you may have.

New technology has also reduced the power consumption on this set to a point where it's actually more efficient than a portable model of just a few years ago - so now you can have big screen entertainment with small power bills! The new design of this TV also makes it very light. Weighing in at less than 15KG, the UE40b7020 can be easily wall-mounted on close-fitting brackets that wouldn't normally accept the weight of a typical 40" LCD or plasma TV.

For glimpse of the TV of the future, you've seen it here first with the ultra-slim, net-ready Samsung UE40b7020. Prepare to be impressed!


Yup, like I said, an LCD tv with an led backlight.:thumbsup:
#11
People voting this cold have obviously never seen how good this TV really is (picture quality and slimlime design)... and to compare it to a 5 series LCD TV is just pointless.
#12
Guswold
People voting this cold have obviously never seen how good this TV really is (picture quality and slimlime design)... and to compare it to a 5 series LCD TV is just pointless.


LOL!....this tv is pants!! and as another posted put...its an LCD tv with LED backlighting and samsung have been in trouble over the marketing of this as well!

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10332988-1.html
#13
stephen2k5
LOL!....this tv is pants!! and as another posted put...its an LCD tv with LED backlighting and samsung have been in trouble over the marketing of this as well!

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10332988-1.html


Well, as the same article says - LG, Toshiba, Sharp and Sony all use the same LED-backlit LCD displays! And, having stood in front of the LCD, Plasma and LED equivalents on Friday I can say that the LED TV blew the others away...
#14
Guswold
Well, as the same article says - LG, Toshiba, Sharp and Sony all use the same LED-backlit LCD displays! And, having stood in front of the LCD, Plasma and LED equivalents on Friday I can say that the LED TV blew the others away...


Read about all the problems with the flickering from light to dim on these samsungs, they look initially impressive instore but actually living with one reveals the lacking picture.
#15
Adidas Addict
Read about all the problems with the flickering from light to dim on these samsungs, they look initially impressive instore but actually living with one reveals the lacking picture.


Funny - that's not what people who actually have the TV seem to say:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/494507/samsung-series-7-7020-40-ue40b7020-/?page=2
#16
I've been thinking seriously about buying this TV and hadn't heard any negatives.
However, following Adida Addicts comments I searched around and saw the following interesting review and comments from owners afterwards.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-ue40b7020-ue40b7000-20090502147.htm

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