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Samsung LE37M86BDX 37" Full HD LCD TV Freeview £399.99 @ Ebuyer

£399.99 @ Ebuyer
Spotted a good deal at eBuyer. Not 100Hz but ticks all the other boxes for a LCD. Television Picture Features * HD-Ready: yes * Freeview: yes * Display type : LCD * Backli… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Spotted a good deal at eBuyer. Not 100Hz but ticks all the other boxes for a LCD.


Television Picture Features

* HD-Ready: yes
* Freeview: yes
* Display type : LCD
* Backlight: fluorescent
* Aspect Ratio: 16:9
* Diagonal size: 37 inches
* Metric size: 94 cm
* Resolution: 1920x1080 pixels
* Dynamic contrast: 8000 :1
* Brightness: 550 nits
* Response time: 8 ms
* Refresh rate: 50 Hz
* Horizontal View angle: 178 degrees
* Vertical View angle: 178 degrees
* processing colour depth 10 bits
* Picture in picture yes

Connectivity

* HDMI: 3
* HDMI Version: 1.3
* Component: 1
* Composite: 1
* S-video: 1
* VGA (D-sub): 1
* Scart: 2
* USB
* PCMCIA

Audio Features

* Audio power 2 x 10 Watt
* Optical Out yes

Other Features

* Colour: black
* Height (Without stand): 59.5 cm
* Width (Without stand): 91.6 cm
* Depth (Without stand): 8.7 cm
* Weight (Without stand): 21 kg
* 1080p: yes
* Direct 24p: yes
* Operational power: 200 Watt
* Standby Power: 1 Watt
* Warranty: 12 Months
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#1
hot from me !
#2
hot! nice find
#3
just read another thread for this, apparently was £374 when first posted and price has now gone up . . . . . still hot :)
#4
nooo i wanted to post this!
#5
I posted this yesterday at £374 :( even when expired as it went to this price it still was hot
#6
mcallim7
just read another thread for this, apparently was £374 when first posted and price has now gone up . . . . . still hot :)


BiGT-
I posted this yesterday at £374 :( even when expired as it went to this price it still was hot


The other thread.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/429593/samsung-le37m86bdx-37-full-hd-lcd-t/showthread.php?t=429593
#7
BluRays I know need 24p to playback as filmed but I don't really understand why 100hz / 200hz is such a big deal on a tv set. Is this just a marketing number? Sky HD outputs at 50hz so what benefit is a more rapid refresh rate? The only device I have that shows at higher than 50hz is the PS3 that is at 60hz. I understand the principle more fps for highspeed action eg sport will give a smoother picture but where does the TV get these extra frames when the source is 50hz. Any help please?
1 Like #8
100hz etc higer refresh rates are supposed to help woth motion judder/blur, e.g. fast action scenes.
#9
Anyone know what this TV's PCMCIA connection is for? I assume that a PCMCIA wireless network adapter wouldn't do anything?

I cant think of a use.
#10
No1_Dave
100hz etc higer refresh rates are supposed to help woth motion judder/blur, e.g. fast action scenes.


Thanks. :)

Sorry, should have googled first anway as the answer was quite easy to find. Seems the TV artificially creates extra frames to give 5 frames from 3 using some funky calculations. Here's a more succinct explanation http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2007/09/03/ifa_100hz_lcd_frenzy/ for anyone also interested.
#11
lpjones
BluRays I know need 24p to playback as filmed but I don't really understand why 100hz / 200hz is such a big deal on a tv set. Is this just a marketing number? Sky HD outputs at 50hz so what benefit is a more rapid refresh rate? The only device I have that shows at higher than 50hz is the PS3 that is at 60hz. I understand the principle more fps for highspeed action eg sport will give a smoother picture but where does the TV get these extra frames when the source is 50hz. Any help please?


It's like the car makers who put spedo's that go up to 200 mph in cars that will only do 100 mph.
#12
been mulling over whether to get this 37" at the current more expensive price(was £374), gave in, just tried to put in an order with Super Save Free delivery, but damn eBuyer in the next page forcibly changed the shipping to £18.61! "Delivery to Scottish Highlands", damn you Perth is not in the highlands! and just tried to telephone them but they only work mon-fri :x

2nd time an online company trying to charge extra for delivery to "highlands", paid £30+ extra for delivery 2 years ago, but then I phoned the guy in the courier company's local depot he told me they don't charge extra for perth at all, hate online companies trying to rip ppl off with extra charges :x

defo won't get this now, old 2007 model with firmware problems which I read online, and £18 more expensive, going to get the 32" 1080p Tosh for the same price from amazon, more suitable size for bedroom and they don't charge extra for super save delivery (and only £5 for 1st class) :roll:
#13
AddictWeb
Anyone know what this TV's PCMCIA connection is for? I assume that a PCMCIA wireless network adapter wouldn't do anything?

I cant think of a use.


The PCMCIA slot is for a CAM, e.g. a top-up TV card.
#14
Good price - but it is an out of date model, by about 2 years, and only 8ms response time.
#15
Freaking hot!
#16
Great price. heat added
#17
this model is the 2007 model, good price though for the spec

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