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SAMSUNG 46" LCD tv only £569.05 @ comet

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Stunning 46" lcd tv at a cracking price. Available online and instore HD ready Yes 1080HD 1080p Reception Digital Tuner with all Freeview channels Contrast ratio High… Read More
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banned7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Stunning 46" lcd tv at a cracking price. Available online and instore

HD ready Yes
1080HD 1080p
Reception Digital Tuner with all Freeview channels
Contrast ratio High
Pixel resolution 1920x1080


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#1
Hot!!
#2
link takes me to an lg plasma?
#4
Can you get 3% quidco on this? still hot!!
banned#5
Link fixed, :OOPS:
#6
Great Avatar... :thumbsup:
#7
its a great tv, i picked it up on boxing day for £599.

ps3 looks wicked in 1080p


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#8
lottysdad08
Link fixed, :OOPS:


Tells me access denied on the "Go to Deal" button!
#9
I wish the 650s were coming down in price.
#10
50" is the same price in currys
#11
i can see the 50" plasma in currys couldnt see the lcd version... was in comet looking at the tvs and the led tvs look fantastic, the picture looked great and mega slim ..... any deals on them for £500 and im there
#12
dlcc
i can see the 50" plasma in currys couldnt see the lcd version... was in comet looking at the tvs and the led tvs look fantastic, the picture looked great and mega slim ..... any deals on them for £500 and im there


lol, +1 but I think we've a bit of a wait on our hands for that.
#13
very nice price for the spec
#14
So is LCD better than plasma?
#15
Ben3110
So is LCD better than plasma?


Yes... and 'er no...... sorry to be inconclusive but there are fans for both... take a look on [url]www.avforums.co.uk[/url]

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#16
I would say LCD if your an extensive gamer and Plasma if you love your movies - this said the gap between the two has really closed over the last few years with black levels on LCD's nearing what you can get on a plasma. Not much between them tbh, just bear in mind the burn in on the Plasmas in the first few hundred hours of viewing :thumbsup:

Oh yeah - great deal too! Have some heat
#17
reflectiveideals
I would say LCD if your an extensive gamer and Plasma if you love your movies - this said the gap between the two has really closed over the last few years with black levels on LCD's nearing what you can get on a plasma. Not much between them tbh, just bear in mind the burn in on the Plasmas in the first few hundred hours of viewing :thumbsup:

Oh yeah - great deal too! Have some heat


Thought image burn was virtually a thing of the past now?

LCD defo for gaming

Plasma if you want to view a lot of SD content and sports even in HD.

HD content = theirs not much between the two.

In general Plasma probably edges it in my opinion, Simply because in general SD content is displayed better.

However the difference is probably minimal and if the price is right then I'd not really be too bothered.

In fact despite the fact that I believe plasma edges it, I actually have a Sony LCD and love the quality it produces.

This is a hot deal.
#18
Don't lcd units last twice as long?
#19
reflectiveideals
I would say LCD if your an extensive gamer and Plasma if you love your movies - this said the gap between the two has really closed over the last few years with black levels on LCD's nearing what you can get on a plasma. Not much between them tbh, just bear in mind the burn in on the Plasmas in the first few hundred hours of viewing :thumbsup:

Oh yeah - great deal too! Have some heat


im receiving my plasma tomorrow whats burn in mean do i need to run it in or something
#20
Borat
im receiving my plasma tomorrow whats burn in mean do i need to run it in or something

shauneco
Thought image burn was virtually a thing of the past now?


It is in general, but there is still a running in time in which a still image such as a HUD on a shooter/racing game or borders in films will leave a distinctive mark on the screen. This differs from panel to panel and is worth reading up on if you want the best life out of it. :thumbsup:
#21
shauneco
Thought image burn was virtually a thing of the past now?

LCD defo for gaming

Plasma if you want to view a lot of SD content and sports even in HD.

HD content = theirs not much between the two.

In general Plasma probably edges it in my opinion, Simply because in general SD content is displayed better.

However the difference is probably minimal and if the price is right then I'd not really be too bothered.

In fact despite the fact that I believe plasma edges it, I actually have a Sony LCD and love the quality it produces.

This is a hot deal.


I'm sure I'll be corrected if I'm wrong, but I believe power draw of a plasma is generally higher than LCD.
#22
Plasma pros:

Darker dark's, brighter whites, better contrast ratio's, better viewing angles, less ghosting, a more rich colour palette.

Plasma cons:

Use more energy to run, all plasma's have some image retention (due to high intensity of plasma), but image burn is no longer an issue on all modern plasma's due to in-built burn protection (note image retention is not the same as image burn, image retention corrects itself after a short period of normal TV viewing). Possibly shorter life, however 50% decrease in intensity over 28-30 years of normal TV viewing!

LCD pros:

Use less energy and lighter. Better for using static images, i.e. running PC's (no image retention or image burn problem). Possibly longer life, unless back light goes.

LCD cons:

Poor contrast ratio, the massive figures such as 20000:1, are achieved using manufacturer's in built software tricks on the TV's, and these ruin the image. Real world contrast ratio on an LCD is usually around 500 :1. Can show washed out images, as complete dark's are not achieved due to some back light leakage, however most newer LCD's do achieve a better result that older ones. The viewing angles are usually poorer than plasma's, especially vertical viewing angles. And there is usually ghosting, although not as bad as LCD's of the past.

I have both an LCD and a PLASMA, I definitely recommend Plasma for TV / Movies / XBOX / SKY. LCD for computer use, although more than capable of viewing TV etc.

I would take plasma over LCD, unfortunately LCD's are getting more popular due to cheaper prices.
#23
Ben3110
So is LCD better than plasma?
I think it comes down to personal preference. I own 2x Panasonic Plasma (37" & 50") and 1x Panasonic LCD (32"). Although the LCD is Panasonic's latest generation (the plasmas are 3 & 1 generation old) I prefer plasma because blacks are black and there is no motion blur. My wife prefers the LCD because the screen does not reflect light.
#24
lcd better in light rooms plas better in dark.

if you like watching tv like me with curtains closed and everyone calling you bat get a plasma if you like watching tv in a lit room get an lcd.
#25
This is a decent price for any 46" inch Samsung lcd but this deal is not that hot! and anyone considering buying this should think VERY carefully because if no-one has realised, this television is only 50hz and not 100hz frequency which is a massive flaw in an averagely priced lcd by a reputable brand. There's a huge improvement in viewing pleasure with a 100hz tv IMO. Hate watching 50hz, as it doesn't feel as nice on the eye and alot less realistic. Especially gaming.
Also for someone to buy this today would give them 'yesterday's technology' so to speak, as 100hz basically comes as standard in most decent tvs now, so to spend this kind of money on a television that doesn't have the basics of new technology is extremely foolish to say the least!
Like buying a brand new car that doesn't have air conditioning! ;-)
#26
This has gone up by £50.
#27
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Mala05
This is a decent price for any 46" inch Samsung lcd but this deal is not that hot! and anyone considering buying this should think VERY carefully because if no-one has realised, this television is only 50hz and not 100hz frequency which is a massive flaw in an averagely priced lcd by a reputable brand. There's a huge improvement in viewing pleasure with a 100hz tv IMO. Hate watching 50hz, as it doesn't feel as nice on the eye and alot less realistic. Especially gaming.
Also for someone to buy this today would give them 'yesterday's technology' so to speak, as 100hz basically comes as standard in most decent tvs now, so to spend this kind of money on a television that doesn't have the basics of new technology is extremely foolish to say the least!
Like buying a brand new car that doesn't have air conditioning! ;-)



Giood point, i think its shocking that they have whacked it up by £50.00 though, what a joke... i am actively looking for a nice good tv around £600 mark, any suggestions?? Thanks..
#28
306notout
I wish the 650s were coming down in price.



wont happen for a while I got the 40 inch of this version 7-8 months ago and paid £750 you can now get them for around £640 if you look carefully

considering the features the series 6 has, the 100hz and 4 HDMI's you wont find this tv for under £600 til the end of the year

personally i think this is a great price for this series 5, i couldnt live without the features in the series 6
#29
Hot deal! Good find.

Edit: Just noticed it was expired. Was gonna post yesterday but couldn't be bothered to login >.<
#30
I can't believe how expensive these 2009 Samsung lcds are, seems they've lowered the standard IMO! I bought an LE40A856S (2008 model) last January (which is exquisite!!) and thought by this time now it would be cheap as chips and i'll buy a 46" version for less than i paid. But instead they stop selling these remarkable machines, and flog loads of these 2009 4, 5 & 6 series lcds that are nowhere near as good! and not far off the price i paid (No offence to any owners:) )
If the 2008 8series models decreased in price, instead of becoming extinct most places or costing around £900 in those that do stock, I would definitely purchase over most 2009 versions...

Plasma's the new LCD for me! :p
#31
not for me series 6 are beter than 2008 models imo

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