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Ok this deal requires a little work but not massive amounts.

Richer sounds have a price beat challenge that states they will match any online price when you factor in delivery and the cost of a 5 year warranty compared to theirs.

Teleland currently have the Samsung LE37R87BDX FOR £534.95 delivered with their free 5 year warranty included. Richer sounds will price match this to either collect in store or get delivered if you wish if you cant collect.

On top of this whenever you price beat anything with Richer Sounds between £501-£1000 you get £25 pounds back making the tv just £509.95 which is a good price but when you get a 5 year warranty included the price becomes fantastic in my view.

I have linked it to richer sounds page for the Samsung but will include links to Teleland and Richer Sounds price beat page in the next post below
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1 Like #2
Ok the richer sounds link doesnt work (any help?)

But you can find the tv through their website
#3
Good price, especialy with the 5 year warrantee, voted hot/rep.
#4
nipperkipper
Ok the richer sounds link doesnt work (any help?)

But you can find the tv through their website



Direct link to Samsung TV on Richer Sounds Website:
http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SAMS-LE37R87
#5
Hot hot hot
#6
carterthegreat
Direct link to Samsung TV on Richer Sounds Website:
http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SAMS-LE37R87


Thanks for that:thumbsup:

Dont know why i couldnt get it to work

i see the vote cold squad are in action. Cheapest online price for this is £497 delivered

I guess people dont want an extra 4 years worth of warranty for £13:roll:
#7
Ignore the cold voters, this will level out soon enough, it's a great deal and has got me wondering whether I should replace my old Sammy LE41 in my games room.
#8
Ritchie 2
Ignore the cold voters, this will level out soon enough, it's a great deal and has got me wondering whether I whould replace my old Sammy LE41 in my games room.


I have already called Richer Sounds to inquire about their price beat and i just need to confirm this with my family tonight before i order
#9
From the cnet.co.uk review, they seem to reckon that movement displayed pretty badly on this set.

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030218,49293669,00.htm

Blurs with movement makes me wary, especially if you expect to watch something with high action content.
#10
nipperkipper
I have already called Richer Sounds to inquire about their price beat and i just need to confirm this with my family tonight before i order



Think yourself lucky, I will have several rounds of intense negotiations involving several weeks of dishwashing, nappy changing, tea making etc before I get to order this TV :thumbsup:
#11
Great tv i own one.

dvd upscaler and bobs your uncle or even a freeview upscaler. dont bother with SD
#12
Jecht Murray
From the cnet.co.uk review, they seem to reckon that movement displayed pretty badly on this set.

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030218,49293669,00.htm

Blurs with movement makes me wary, especially if you expect to watch something with high action content.


Yeah i saw that review myself but the thing is at this price considering its lcd its hard to find a 37" without any flaws itself. All tvs have their good/bad points when you have a budget to consider. Also avforums have a thread a couple of hundred pages long giving suggested settings to improve the PQ as much as possible.

Furthermore pretty much all lcds have motion blur but quite a few reviews suggest that while its still there with this set it is less than compared to other similar sets
#13
Most reviews of this TV are positive, for the price you will always get some less favorable features but I have the 32" version in my bedroom and I would warn that SD is not good on this set. Built in freeview is very good picture quality, 360 plays flawlessley over HDMI and component, BR looks perfect,

I used the AV forums thread also to tweak the picture settings because the out-of-the-box settings were frankly awfull, but a few hours of fannying about made a massive difference.
#14
nipperkipper
Yeah i saw that review myself but the thing is at this price considering its lcd its hard to find a 37" without any flaws itself. All tvs have their good/bad points when you have a budget to consider. Also avforums have a thread a couple of hundred pages long giving suggested settings to improve the PQ as much as possible.

Furthermore pretty much all lcds have motion blur but quite a few reviews suggest that while its still there with this set it is less than compared to other similar sets


True, but obviously each weakness will be different for each person. I mean, I would have totally no interest in Freeview or standard def., because it would purely be a games TV, but on that note it'd extremely important to me that often fast moving things run smoothly.
#15
Ritchie 2
Think yourself lucky, I will have several rounds of intense negotiations involving several weeks of dishwashing, nappy changing, tea making etc before I get to order this TV :thumbsup:


lol - good luck

its easier when your family gets annoyed when the tv is in constant use with a wii and xbox 360. And not just by one but several people. An extra tv is then needed:)
#16
I might seem negative about this, but it's certainly a hot deal here. :)
#17
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=513376

Not sure if this link is allowed, but this is a link to a very good suggested settings guide for this TV (as mentioned by the OP) for anyone who owns it, or is thinking about buying - following this makes the picture quality much better. The out of the box settings are not good at all.

Apologies to the staff if this is inapropriate.
#18
Ritchie 2
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=513376

Not sure if this link is allowed, but this is a link to a very good suggested settings guide for this TV (as mentioned by the OP) for anyone who owns it, or is thinking about buying - following this makes the picture quality much better. The out of the box settings are not good at all.

Apologies to the staff if this is inapropriate.


Going to keep it as one of my favourites - armed and ready
#19
I bought one of these from Play before Xmas at 10% off. Fantastic TV and great bargain. Absolutely brilliant picture and no movement issues.
Unfortunately, it has a chunk missing out of the plastic case so had to go back. The replacement (also from Play) is, in my estiimation, not such a good picture and definitely suffers from movement issues. I have tried changing lots of settings on the new set but it is simply not as good as the old one.
Different batch of panels, luck of the draw, pure imagination ??? :?
#20
Ritchie 2
Most reviews of this TV are positive, for the price you will always get some less favorable features but I have the 32" version in my bedroom and I would warn that SD is not good on this set. Built in freeview is very good picture quality, 360 plays flawlessley over HDMI and component, BR looks perfect,

I used the AV forums thread also to tweak the picture settings because the out-of-the-box settings were frankly awfull, but a few hours of fannying about made a massive difference.

What is SD? Is it standart 5 chanells? If it is, why do we need them? Freeview already covers them.
#21
SD is standard definition, and SD is on anologue channels 1 to 5 and on all the freeview channels...
The reason why TVs still have the anologue channels 1 to 5, is because some areas of the UK still cannot recieve the digital freeview signal.
#22
are they in stock in teleland ??
#23
FF99

Different batch of panels, luck of the draw, pure imagination ??? :?


the official name for that i believe is the Samsung Panel Lottery :-D

Check out avforums, they're always talking about it on there.
#24
chevychase
the official name for that i believe is the Samsung Panel Lottery :-D

Check out avforums, they're always talking about it on there.


Yeah that is something i have to consider - i first thought it only affected the s series but it seems to be the case with the r series as well

nice avatar by the way
#25
Got one of these about a month ago. £505 from AJElectronics. Only 1 year warranty though.
Great TV, I havn't had any blurring issues. I've got it on my livingroom wall running off a £9.99 argos arial in the cupboard behind the wall. Picture is perfect.
The only thing I would say is that if you have a big living room you are probably going to want speakers. They are OK for the size of my room but compared to a normal widescreen TV like my old JVC the sound is poor.
Hope this Helps.:thumbsup:
#26
Is this a 720 HD or 1080?
#27
Does anyone have any opinions on which is better out of this and the 37" LG 1080p model for sale here with a discount code applied?
#28
720p/1080i
#29
This is an excellent TV I've had one for a few months now and very happy with it.
#30
Ritchie 2
720p/1080i


does this mean Full HD?

I wouldnt of thought so for this price...
#31
mac12
does this mean Full HD?

I wouldnt of thought so for this price...


no, its not full HD.
#32
****BEWARE!!****

As with the magnets thread, I feel this thread needs to contain a warning too.

This product could be extremely dangerous if swallowed by small children, or indeed if you try using it to stick car parking tickets to car windows.

****BEWARE!!****
#33
Anyone know anything about this teleland? I've just rang richersounds to get the price match, but they cant confirm they're in stock with teleland cos no one answers the phone! He also said he'd ran a few searches on av fourms and there was quite a few people who had ordered and not received goods. So if they're not legit sompany no TV for me. Voted hot anyway though cos will be good if it comes through!
#34
I too have rang richer sounds and the guy said if you get through to them let me know and I'll try. Teleland are dubious to say the least. Some reviews on AV forums of them are not good. I guess this is hit or miss really
1 Like #35
Teleland thread on avforums - mixed reviews

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=495049
#36
Thanks have read the reviews, bit mixed really, would just be good if they answered the phone and said they were in stock, dont really care about their legiticy cos I want the tv from richer sounds! Aghhhhh really want the telly now! How annoying!
#37
indeed annoying. are you trying to call them yourself?
#38
superdudeo
indeed annoying. are you trying to call them yourself?


No way, they're an 0870 number! And cant find an alternative local number either. So guess I just have to hope that richer sounds get through!
#39
yeah tell me about it 0870 is disgraceful really. Please let me know if they get back to you.
#40
I post this in almost every thread for R88/R87 TV's, but I have the 32" R88 and its an amazing TV, had it since May 2007 and not even thinking about replacing it until, at the very least, Chrimbo 2008, when I might step up to a 1080p set.


If your interested in this set, and like me your a very discerning buyer, I suggest you check out the owner's thread on AVforums (that is what swayed me towards purchasing after a couple of days studying it), it was around 100 pages or so back then, 363 pages now so you will find very comprehensive opinions in there!

Clicky here

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