Samsung LE32A457C1DXXU 32" Series 4 HD Ready LCD TV £296.99 delivered @ RGB Direct - HotUKDeals
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The most popular tv around in the sales but have been to both Comet and Curry's today where it was order-in only.
From RGB Direct it is slightly cheaper and they have a free delivery within 5 working days (normally costing £19.99).

The features are as follows:

- With a design that is simply redefined, the SAMSUNG LCD TV Series 4 delivers delight to your eyes.
- Its slim style refreshes your living space and uplifts your emotions, creating entertainment that is more enjoyable.
- With a Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 10,000:1, images are presented with power, precision and lifelike detail.
- DNIe+ produces an incredible depth of detail that captures your eyes and unlocks your senses.
- With dynamic fast motion imaging, detail enhancement and colours that burst with life, entertainment mode will engage your attention and put you right in the picture.
- The colours perfected by nature remain vibrant and pure with SAMSUNGs Wide Colour Enhancer 2 technology.
- Equipped with 3HDMI inputs, the SAMSUNG LCD TV Series 4 is more than a sensational TV; it has the ability to be the centrepiece of your digital world.
- Video: 1366 X 768 Pixels Resolution / 10000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio / CCFL Backlight / DNIe+
- Audio: SRS TruSurround / 10W X 2 (RMS) / A2 Nicam Speakers
- Connections (side): 1 X HDMI / 1 X Composite / 1 X S-Video / 1 X Headphone
- Connections (rear): 2 X HDMI / 1 X PC Input / 1 X Component / 1 X RF Input / 1 X Optical Sound Out / 1 X RS232C / 2 X Scart
- Features: Sleep, Clock, On-Off Timers / Auto Channel Search / Auto Power Off / Anynet+ / TTX Level 1.5 Teletext
- Dimensions (with stand): 799.6(w) X 576.5(h) X 252(d)mm / 13.1kg weight
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#1
It may be the most popular but it is certainly also one of the most power-hungry TV out there at the moment..
#2
This TV was available at John Lewis for 1p more but you get a 5 year guarantee. It looks to be gone online but still available at some stores so I would say that is a better deal.
#3
This + 360 (as a media centre extender for my VMC) = far too tempting. Can I justify this sort of setup for my bloody bedroom though? I grew up on having a little 14" CRT in my bedroom with my Commodore 64!! Plus, a year ago this would have been front room material!
#4
I'm waiting for a decent 32" to drop to £250.
#6
gunark
This + 360 (as a media centre extender for my VMC) = far too tempting. Can I justify this sort of setup for my bloody bedroom though? I grew up on having a little 14" CRT in my bedroom with my Commodore 64!! Plus, a year ago this would have been front room material!


Yes! I have a KDL40D3000, 360 and RDRHX870 in my room.
#7
Great deal - top branded TV at budget bargain basement tv price.
#8
pet2000
It may be the most popular but it is certainly also one of the most power-hungry TV out there at the moment..


123 watts in use
1.3 watts powered-down

Hardly enourmous, highest or not.
#9
th0r0n
Yes! I have a KDL40D3000, 360 and RDRHX870 in my room.


48" SONY bravia and custom state-of-the-art pc here. i wish!
24" acer & pc with tuner in bedroom
#10
pet2000 - all you do on all posts is drum on about power usages / get a life moron
#11
steve2zaf
pet2000 - all you do on all posts is drum on about power usages / get a life moron


I wouldn't go so far as calling names but would suggest that rather than making overly dramatic statements like "power hungry" you backup your statements with some actual figures so people can compare. 123watts is not really a lot of power, if you think it is then I would suggest you turn your computer off now as you're in for a shock.

It's worth being aware of as one of the original (very large) plasma TVs was independantly measured at 700watts... on standby!

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