Samsung 48H5030 48inch Full HD LED TV £419.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Samsung 48H5030 48 Inch Full HD Freview HD LED TV.

Good price for a Samsung, possible gift voucher from Argos, don't quote me but they usually do a free voucher when you spend a certain amount.

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Specs are as follows

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
Full HD (1080p) display resolution.
Screen size: 48in (121cm).
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Motion rate 100Hz.
Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 2 HDMI sockets.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Optical connection.
Suitable for wall mounting 400 x 400 bracket.
Sound quality:

Dolby Digital Pulse sound system.
20 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:

Freeview HD digital tuner.
8 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
CI+ slot.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Size of TV H62, W108, D7cm.
Weight of TV 13kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H67, W108, D20cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 12kg.
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: A+.
On mode power consumption 111 watts.
Annual power consumption 76kWh.
Standby power consumption 1 watt.
This product contains lead.
EAN: 8806086245296
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#1
Good deal thanks for posting !
#2
Great deal
#3
Anyone knows what is input lag in it?
1 Like #4
Only 2 HDMI :(
1 Like #5
RuthlessRemix
Only 2 HDMI :(
Only £419.99
#6
I need 4 HDMI !
1 Like #7
RuthlessRemix
Only 2 HDMI :(


Decent deal but I'm the same as this guy. I won't even consider a TV with less than 3 HDMI connections (1=Subscription TV, 2=Blu-ray/media player, and 3=Games console or HTPC). Adapters are a no-go for me.
#8
Great deal. for this price I think you can't complain too much about the inputs.

I bought one today and its a great TV and brand for the price. also, Argos let you spread the cost however you like over 9 months with no additional charges.
#9
I'm happy with two.
1= XBox 360
2=XBox One
#10
Why are adapter's no go???
#11
Can you not just swap out a HDMI cable when you want to use a device not currently plugged in?
#12
deanimate
Can you not just swap out a HDMI cable when you want to use a device not currently plugged in?

Not when you can pay to be lazy
2 Likes #13
loopie
I need 4 HDMI !



Buy 2 then.
1 Like #14
keito star
Why are adapter's no go???


Just personal preference for me. With my current TV (a 2008 LG) I set different picture and sound profiles for each input to suit general telly, gaming and movies. If I used an adapter, I'd have to manually go into the settings to switch between each profile every time I switch over. Also, the adapters I tried in the past a actually degraded the picture quality and either added another remote or needed me to get off my lazy **** and manually switch inputs.

Those were inconvenient times... I still wake up in a cold sweat at night reliving it :(
#15
Just bought the Samsung UE46F6320 at Argos for £499.99. £200 off. It's a 6 series with some differences that are worth the extra. I had been tempted with this 5 series deal but did my homework and went for the 6. A good deal all the same so heat added.
#16
deanimate
Can you not just swap out a HDMI cable when you want to use a device not currently plugged in?


My telly is wall mounted so that would be too much hassle. Furthermore, the wear and tear from constant cable switching will probably not do your telly any good in the long run
#17
Can't find the full specification anywhere.

Can anyone please confirm if there is dvla, wifi or lan support?

Thanks
#18
nyasham
keito star
Why are adapter's no go???

Just personal preference for me. With my current TV (a 2008 LG) I set different picture and sound profiles for each input to suit general telly, gaming and movies. If I used an adapter, I'd have to manually go into the settings to switch between each profile every time I switch over. Also, the adapters I tried in the past a actually degraded the picture quality and either added another remote or needed me to get off my lazy **** and manually switch inputs.

Those were inconvenient times... I still wake up in a cold sweat at night reliving it :(

Is your name Royle?
#19
Gealt
nyasham
keito star
Why are adapter's no go???

Just personal preference for me. With my current TV (a 2008 LG) I set different picture and sound profiles for each input to suit general telly, gaming and movies. If I used an adapter, I'd have to manually go into the settings to switch between each profile every time I switch over. Also, the adapters I tried in the past a actually degraded the picture quality and either added another remote or needed me to get off my lazy **** and manually switch inputs.

Those were inconvenient times... I still wake up in a cold sweat at night reliving it :(

Is your name Royle?

Nope. Nyasha. Why?
#20
Does anyone know the difference between UE48H5000 and UE48H5030?
1 Like #21
InfernoJaffa
Does anyone know the difference between UE48H5000 and UE48H5030?


30
#22
Gealt
nyasham
keito star
Why are adapter's no go???

Just personal preference for me. With my current TV (a 2008 LG) I set different picture and sound profiles for each input to suit general telly, gaming and movies. If I used an adapter, I'd have to manually go into the settings to switch between each profile every time I switch over. Also, the adapters I tried in the past a actually degraded the picture quality and either added another remote or needed me to get off my lazy **** and manually switch inputs.

Those were inconvenient times... I still wake up in a cold sweat at night reliving it :(

Is your name Royle?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129711/?ref_=nv_sr_1
#23
InfernoJaffa
Does anyone know the difference between UE48H5000 and UE48H5030?

Seems like no difference really apart from the price, that is and the 5000 has a headphone socket
#24
Does ths TV have saorview?

Like RTE for Ireland?
#26
I dropped a full jean size by getting a tv with 1 hdmi ! never looked back I can now see widgie!
#27
Ive just been to argos and bought one. On the box the model is 48h5040
#28
get this or the Samsung 46" smart tv recently hot from Sainsburys?
#29
great deal
#30
great deal
#31
Just to let you know ive bought this tv and its fantastic really happy with it thanks for posting
#32
599.99 now :(

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