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Seems to be a really well specced TV with 3D. 5% discount ends 21st July.
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#1
How much are the glasses for this one, this is the cheapest I have seen and I have my bank at the ready!
#2
very cheap ive saw panasonic one in Loughborough and it was £2400 !! fab picture with glasses but £140 extra !!
#3
OP, you need to amend the title to show the actual price on amazon, and you can then add in '+ quidco', but you can't use the post-quidco price.
#4
cookiemonster83
OP, you need to amend the title to show the actual price on amazon, and you can then add in '+ quidco', but you can't use the post-quidco price.


Hi it's not Quidco, it's an Amazon voucher
#5
This is one of the worst 3D tvs i've seen tbh, Just didn't impress me at all compared to the Panasonic
#6
Good deal though for the price
#7
Glasses not included (around £80 per pair).

Each to their own but I seen the Samsung 55 3D led tv that was amazing (mind you it was £2500 - not sure if this tv is LED? ).. Sony/Sammy seems to have their stuff right.. panasonic and Lg are quite behind imo.

Don't take what people say though, get on your bike, bus car and get to your nearest Currys where they will most likely have all 4 brands to you can check them all out for yourself.
#8
i guess there is hope for 3D is you can get it at this price
#9
LOUGHBORO GUY
very cheap ive saw panasonic one in Loughborough and it was £2400 !! fab picture with glasses but £140 extra !!


That's because the Panasonic is a much bigger TV, and is a lot better too, hence the massive price difference.
#10
praevalens
cookiemonster83
OP, you need to amend the title to show the actual price on amazon, and you can then add in '+ quidco', but you can't use the post-quidco price.


Hi it's not Quidco, it's an Amazon voucher


Derrrrrrrrrrrrr, should have thought a bit harder about that one!

Apologies OP!
#11
Enough already with this 3D tv stuff. If you must have 3D, technology is moving so fast that within 2 years you can get a 3d tv that doesn't need glasses.. I have new HD tvs around the house that haven't even gathered their first coat of dust yet and even HD transmissions are very limited offerings at the moment. This is obsolete tech even as it leaves the factory, a fill in product while the tv companies all race to develop 3D as "the next big thing". Don't be fooled, even at this price you are buying into a technological dead end
#12
cookiemonster83
praevalens
cookiemonster83
OP, you need to amend the title to show the actual price on amazon, and you can then add in '+ quidco', but you can't use the post-quidco price.


Hi it's not Quidco, it's an Amazon voucher


Derrrrrrrrrrrrr, should have thought a bit harder about that one!

Apologies OP!


Not to mention you can't get Quidco with Amazon mate.
#13
jumpinjehosephat
Enough already with this 3D tv stuff. If you must have 3D, technology is moving so fast that within 2 years you can get a 3d tv that doesn't need glasses.. I have new HD tvs around the house that haven't even gathered their first coat of dust yet and even HD transmissions are very limited offerings at the moment. This is obsolete tech even as it leaves the factory, a fill in product while the tv companies all race to develop 3D as "the next big thing". Don't be fooled, even at this price you are buying into a technological dead end


I know what you're saying, as there are hardly any 3D broadcasts about at the moment to warrant buying a 3D set.

However, I find there is plenty of HD available.
#14
Just to clarify, does the program have to be broadcast in 3d, in order to view it on the tv, in 3D OR can any (normal) broadcast be converted (by the TV), into 3d?
#15
I agree that I don't think 3D will take off for movies and general television, but I do think that it will make a huge change to gaming, especially when combined with the upcoming Knect and Playstation Move, providing they take off of course, it will bring a whole new level of immersion to games. But only time will tell I suppose.
#16
moob
Not to mention you can't get Quidco with Amazon mate.


Yeah, that part also clicked when praevalens mentioned the voucher. I wasn't with it when I first posted!
#17
sunama
Just to clarify, does the program have to be broadcast in 3d, in order to view it on the tv, in 3D OR can any (normal) broadcast be converted (by the TV), into 3d?


They need to be broadcast in 3D or you need to watch a 3D disc.
#18
sunama
Just to clarify, does the program have to be broadcast in 3d, in order to view it on the tv, in 3D OR can any (normal) broadcast be converted (by the TV), into 3d?


It needs to be broadcast in 3D.
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jumpinjehosephat
Enough already with this 3D tv stuff. If you must have 3D, technology is moving so fast that within 2 years you can get a 3d tv that doesn't need glasses.. I have new HD tvs around the house that haven't even gathered their first coat of dust yet and even HD transmissions are very limited offerings at the moment. This is obsolete tech even as it leaves the factory, a fill in product while the tv companies all race to develop 3D as "the next big thing". Don't be fooled, even at this price you are buying into a technological dead end

odd.

My 1080p TV that I have owned for nearly 5 years now is looking very old. Added to the fact I have been watching Sky HD (Yep 720 I know) for 4 years on it, I think its seen a lot of HD broadcasts.

I'm pretty sure you wont see glasses less 3D TV in homes in 2 years time. In fact where have you even come up with this comment, or is it just through lack of evidence and just a stupid presumption?

3D broadcasts havent had a chance to take off yet, yet Sky is fully embracing the tecknology, like it did HD and expect to see 2 3D channel by the end of 2010 and then many more next year. This is the first 'budget' in home 3D TV and very much worth the money, its a bargain, back when I bought my first 32inch plasma when they first came out it cost well over £2,500 and wasnt even full hd.

If you cant afford the new technology, are happy with your old VHS' or simply dont want to embrace the cutting edge technological advances that so many people take for granted then yes, stick to your HD TV, but dont shoot down 3D TVs like you have any experience or knowledge about the market.
#20
stezo2k
This is one of the worst 3D tvs i've seen tbh, Just didn't impress me at all compared to the Panasonic

Guess a vist to Specsavers is on your list.
#21
bluepeter11
i guess there is hope for 3D is you can get it at this price


The tech is so cheap , it costs them hardly anything to add to the TV. They are just marking them up while they can
#22
sunama
Just to clarify, does the program have to be broadcast in 3d, in order to view it on the tv, in 3D OR can any (normal) broadcast be converted (by the TV), into 3d?

The TV has 2D -> 3D conversion I believe so you can watch normal TV programmes in 'pseudo' 3D which can work quite well on some material
#23
yep zAndy1, I watched a small clip of 'Australia' that was in 2D.. the guy pressed a button and it was in full on 3D... was blown away at the tech!

As far as I know Samsung are the only guys with this function (might be wrong though)
#24
Why is this expired?
#25
Razorhorn
Why is this expired?

Good question, some idiot I guess.
#26
Can the mods unexpire this please?
#27
TheGimp
yep zAndy1, I watched a small clip of 'Australia' that was in 2D.. the guy pressed a button and it was in full on 3D... was blown away at the tech!

As far as I know Samsung are the only guys with this function (might be wrong though)


Did you need to wear glasses to view in 3d? Or is this glassless 3d.

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