Samsung 40inch TV 1080p - LE40M87BDX - £817.77 or £795 after QUIDCO!! Possibly £10+ less with Vouche - HotUKDeals
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This is the Samsung 40inch full HD television - model number LE40M87BDX (the one with the silver banner rather than the blue one!) - for £817.77 - or £795 once you've taken QUIDCO off. Incidentally, if you've signed up to ipoints (http://www.ipoints.co.uk) you can also claim 3271 ipoints on this - and get yourself a free DVD movie!!

Not bad eh?

P.S. I can vouch for this television - I bought it for £70 more and love it!!! Seems 1080p TVs are coming down in price guys!!

Have also noticed that there's a Tribal UK voucher floating around which takes off £10 from a £500 spend. Haven't tried this - but if it works, means you'll have the TV for £807.77 or less than £790 with QUIDCO!!!!
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#1
P.S. I make it £785.56 if you take off the £10 off voucher and QUIDCO.

Nice!!
#2
I see this is £850 at Currys....
#3
That's 35 pound cheaper than my Bravia 40D3000.

Admittedly, I made a conscious decision when I went for a 720p telly, (and the TVs respective feature sets don't really compare directly), but that's a great price for a branded 1080.
#4
Nookster
That's 35 pound cheaper than my Bravia 40D3000.

Admittedly, I made a conscious decision when I went for a 720p telly, (and the TVs respective feature sets don't really compare directly), but that's a great price for a branded 1080.



Hmm I know - am gutted (because it cost me £890 two months ago!) :) If you're savvy then you can get the UK's first sub-£800 1080p TV here! :(
#5
Out of stock..
#6
Yeah, but that's 2 months of enjoyment :) This is now saying out of stock anyhow.

Just looked at Digital Direct for the price of my Sony that I bought in August, not only cheaper but with an HDMI 1.3 Sony 850W surround setup bundled, just the way it rolls.

That's probably worthy of it's own deal, I can imagine the 'it's not 1080p' crowd ripping into it already :giggle:
#7
As you say, we've both got a few months of fun that we wouldnt have got.

...but a couple of nice TVs....


...what a good price on both!!
#8
i'd recommend the sony 40w2000 which is 1080p and the best lcd out there according to the pro's. The samsung's are a little behind the Bravia engines of the sony tv's. Price is similar around £840 also. I'd say do some research b4 buying and use pricerunner for best price
#9
aztec786
i'd recommend the sony 40w2000 which is 1080p and the best lcd out there according to the pro's. The samsung's are a little behind the Bravia engines of the sony tv's. Price is similar around £840 also. I'd say do some research b4 buying and use pricerunner for best price



Good advice - definitely a good idea to do some research before spending that hard earned (?!) cash. Make sure that you see the thing in action before you even think about parting with money...

..for me the Samsung felt better - but I realise that its an each to their own thing. Still, at this price I was shocked..a sub £800 40incher..that's hot!
#10
guarantee?
#11
roadie
guarantee?



as in...dya get a guarantee from them? Yes - standard manufacturer's guarantee included...
#12
The samsung will look nicer, but sony as most ppl will know is a class above.
There are package prices with sony dvd recorder around £950 (or around £1050 with 5yr warranty and dvd recorder)
#13
SAMSUNG LE40M86BD 40" HD Ready 1080p digital LCD TV
£868.95 £60.00
5% discount code £43.45
Sub Total £825.50

includes delivery and quidco brings it under £800 at Currys also :)
#14
aztec786
The samsung will look nicer, but sony as most ppl will know is a class above.
There are package prices with sony dvd recorder around £950 (or around £1050 with 5yr warranty and dvd recorder)



I think its a 6 of one, half a dozen of the other. £785 for a 40inch full HD TV is good in anyone's book - and the Sammy isnt to be sniffed at :)
Well I hope so anyhow :):)
#15
col
SAMSUNG LE40M86BD 40" HD Ready 1080p digital LCD TV
£868.95 £60.00
5% discount code £43.45
Sub Total £825.50

includes delivery and quidco brings it under £800 at Currys also :)


Couldn't get the 5% code to work with the £60 one earlier...:x Can get this TV for £809.99 less 3% including delivery from pixmania using PixSamsM86 code..
#16
edna_clouds
Couldn't get the 5% code to work with the £60 one earlier...:x Can get this TV for £809.99 less 3% including delivery from pixmania using PixSamsM86 code..


They always work together for me, check your not adding any spaces to start or even the end when copying and pasting cos I had problems with that before lol
#17
edna_clouds
Couldn't get the 5% code to work with the £60 one earlier...:x Can get this TV for £809.99 less 3% including delivery from pixmania using PixSamsM86 code..



Pixmania are carrying a slightly different model - the M86 which is aesthetically different - but different nonetheless. :)
#18
col
They always work together for me, check your not adding any spaces to start or even the end when copying and pasting cos I had problems with that before lol


Your right.. Just tried it and worked.. It didn't earlier.. I think the pixmania works out cheaper if you include quidco but I don't know how reliable they are.. got mine ordered last week at the better price from currys and being delivered Monday:-D
#19
zarguio
Pixmania are carrying a slightly different model - the M86 which is aesthetically different - but different nonetheless. :)


But the pixmania one is in stock.. Sorry I didn't notice the difference in the models.:oops:
#20
Awww- what a shame we can't get this thread on the main page - a little bit more heat might do it -is anyone willing? :):):)
#21
zarguio
Awww- what a shame we can't get this thread on the main page - a little bit more heat might do it -is anyone willing? :):):)


But it's OUT OF STOCK..:roll:
#22
It's in stock HERE for £817 including delivery.. Don't know if theres codes or quidco..

EDIT.. 2.5% quidco
#23
your see alot of these great deals now, as sammy are just about to release there 100hz 6ms 25,000 contrast screens, at play for £1100 but worth every penny http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3468445/Samsung-40-LE40F86BDX-XEU-Full-HD-Ready-1080p-100Hz-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html
#24
Daytrader
your see alot of these great deals now, as sammy are just about to release there 100hz 6ms 25,000 contrast screens, at play for £1100 but worth every penny http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3468445/Samsung-40-LE40F86BDX-XEU-Full-HD-Ready-1080p-100Hz-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html



Ahh thats a lovely set...definitely an upgrade...but for the average user watching TV 100hz is going to be lost. I suppose you have to look at each set in turn depending on who you are - and what need you have for it.
#25
got this set for 735 on the deal posted here a couple of weeks ago
#26
im still banging on about this one in another deal a few weeks ago but Costco are selling it for £822 INCLUDING A 3 YEAR WARRANTY. pick up only
#27
aztec786
i'd recommend the sony 40w2000 which is 1080p and the best lcd out there according to the pro's. The samsung's are a little behind the Bravia engines of the sony tv's. Price is similar around £840 also. I'd say do some research b4 buying and use pricerunner for best price


I have the 46" version of this Samsung - absolutely stunning.

In my humble opinion, the Samsung beats the Sony hands down, basically because of the clouding effect in the Sony range.

The Samsung and the Sony are the best two in the market according to pros. Both have a couple of glitches so you have to decide which one you can live with. The Samsung' screen is shiny so if you have a strong light source behind you, you won't enjoy it at all. The sony on the other side suffers from the clouding effect. I'm not sure how to describe this but if you search for "sony clouding effect" on YouTube you'll see what I mean; I find it horrible and something that I can't live with (though having a Sony plasma TV for the last three years). I don't have much light behind me in the living area so I chose the Samsung and I'm perfectly happy with it; pictures from HD sources (i.e. blue-ray) are just out of this world.

My 2 cents anyway ;-)
#28
sounds like goood advice im with the samsung
#29
zarguio
Hmm I know - am gutted (because it cost me £890 two months ago!) :) If you're savvy then you can get the UK's first sub-£800 1080p TV here! :(


Not quite the first, happily watching Heroes at 1080p on my Samsung LE40M86 for 760 quid :)

Great deals here, the funny thing is just under two years ago I paid 720 pounds for my 32 inch 720p Samsung TV with the Freemans deal here.

John
#30
refaey
I have she 46" version of this Samsung - absolutely stunning.

I'm not sure how to describe this but if you search for "sony clouding effect" on YouTube you'll see what I mean...


To anyone wondering, the clouding/mura effect is when uneven backlighting manifests itself as brighter patches on the panel which are easily sighted when watching dark sequences,

You can simulate the effect if you have a thin laptop by flexing the back of the display, as it's basically uneven pressure on the panel that causes the bulk of it.

Batches of the W2xxx and V2xxx and XBR series ended up becoming well known for this problem.

Now that the 3000 models is upon us, I wouldn't bother with them, unless an irresistible mark-down turns up.

Mind you, no brand of LCD telly or monitor is immune to clouding, including Sammys, just something we have to look out for nowadays.

Feels like ages since I was checking CRTs for poor Geometry and mis-convergence!
#32
i want them to start makeing crt's again.
#33
Hi Guys,
I live in Ireland and I'm just sick of how much more here LCDs cost much more than in Northern Ireland so I decided to drive up there and get myself a serious bargain. :thumbsup:

I'd like to take the LE40M86/7 :thumbsup: (RoI best price: EUR 1461/GBP 1020) :x

Sadly most of the e-shops wouldn't ship to RoI, but they would to NI, and I don't have any friend's place where to ship an LCD :whistling:

I had several looks at the relevant threads but I couldn't find any deal which I can use in an offline shop. For i.e. Currys would be perfect (their shop in Newry is just 45mins driving from where I live), but if you Reserve&Collect you can't use any of the mentioned vouchers.

Any idea where to go?
#34
£764 now
#35
zarguio
Hmm I know - am gutted (because it cost me £890 two months ago!) :) If you're savvy then you can get the UK's first sub-£800 1080p TV here! :(


it got the le40m86 for £730 after quidco there have been a couple of delas like this recently

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