SAMSUNG LE40A556P (Series 5) 40" HD Ready 1080p digital LCD TV - £589.00 Delivered @ Dixons !! - HotUKDeals
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Enter coupon code SAVE10 at checkout & buy for £589

Replacing the M8 Series, the new Samsung Series 5, delivers full HD 1080p with a contrast ratio of 30:000:1 and 3 x HDMI. It consistently delivers supreme imagery, which looks great on any backdrop.
Picture Enhancement - DNIe Plus
Contrast - 30000 : 1
Sound type - SRS Trusurround
Inputs - 3xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component
Visible Screen Size - 40"
Digital TV receiver - For extra channels
Wide Colour Enhancer 2 - Truer colours

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#1
http://www.comet.co.uk/comet/dyn_imgs/prods/prod_large/446408.jpg
#2
HDTvTest Review

Good tv. Is the frame on this tv the same size all the way round? It seems to be larger on the left and right sides on some photos but the same size on others :thinking:

e.g.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/product/500/FO/536063.jpg

Hmmm I think Dixons have the wrong photos on their site
#3
Lots of info by people who have bought this TV to help make a choice

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=733590
#4
Ring Currys who currently have this for £849.99 and tell them about Dixons price. They will match it and knock a further %10 off
#5
Currently £599
#6
Some_Bloke;2353053
Currently £599

Enter coupon code SAVE10 at checkout & buy for £589 :thumbsup:
#7
This is a brill price.......
Shame I couldnt wait for 8 months
#8
Is this TV really worth £100 more than ths TV:
Samsung Le40A436T1D Ctv Lcd 4016:9 (avalable from Empire at £485 if you collect)

I realise that it's not 1080 but a 40" TV being watched from less than 3 metres away! surely wouldn't be too much difference.
#9
Is this one better than the sony 3500 40 inch lcd 1080p with 5 years warantee for £635 from costco ?
#10
leighbeef
Is this one better than the sony 3500 40 inch lcd 1080p with 5 years warantee for £635 from costco ?


yes!
banned#11
leighbeef
Is this one better than the sony 3500 40 inch lcd 1080p with 5 years warantee for £635 from costco ?


sure is... sony is overated - souped up LG.
banned#12
Ring Currys who currently have this for £849.99 and tell them about Dixons price. They will match it and knock a further %10 off


No they won't Currys do not price match Dixons
#13
Mr Tea
HDTvTest Review

Good tv. Is the frame on this tv the same size all the way round? It seems to be larger on the left and right sides on some photos but the same size on others :thinking:

e.g.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/product/500/FO/536063.jpg

Hmmm I think Dixons have the wrong photos on their site


Not necessarily - if you look, the model numbers are slightly different. There are 556, 557, 558, 559 etc. These are all the same TV, but they come in different frames depending on where you buy them from - the last number denotes the cosmetic difference. Dixons sell the 556, Comet have the 557, Empire Direct have the 559.

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/446408/SAMSUNG-LE40A557P2FXXU
http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~SAM-LE40A559P4F~dept~ctv~subdept~LCDTV~brand~samsung.htm

Note, you may get free delivery at Dixons, but this TV is also £599.99 at Comet - and you can order it online and collect in store. Handy if you want a TV this weekend.

Edit - Oh, also instead of SAVE10 you could use the code AW10 for £10 off (£10 off all orders over £348), just in case SAVE10 expires first. Also don't forget Quidco - 3% at Dixons :thumbsup:
#14
i personally think the A556 model looks more slick with its straight edges.

So what do you guys recommend? Which company is the cheapest to go for if we use the codes?

Also can someone recommend a cheap "adjustable feet" stand for this tv?

thanks
#15
cracking tv, i bought the 37" a few weeks ago for 699 :x
#16
Good price but I wont recomend Samsung. I have a LE32N TV that went Faulty after 6 months, It took 5 attempts to repair it. I also have a Samsung DVD-SH8 recorder that went faulty after 4 months. My Samsung surround sound has now gone faulty after 1 year. A real shame as I think they have the best designs but after 3 item packing up on me I wont be buying from them again.All bought from Dixons by the way.
#17
Would it make sense to go to PC World and say Dixons is selling the TV for this price? PC World are selling it for £849.99 and promise to knock an extra 10% off the difference for any store within 30 miles of a PC World.

Their price match promise is here.
banned#18
Is this HDMI v1.3
#19
el-beatle
Is this HDMI v1.3


I think it is.


@ rhinopaul - i agree...i've just seen loads of issues mentioned on forums which are making me think twice about the series 5 samsung. What kind of experience have people had??
#20
Most samsung lcds i have seen in the high streets tend to look blocky on sd and that is the only thing that has put me off as i really like the design,would this one be less blocky on sd as its a 1080p ? :thinking:
#21
bigintangibles
Would it make sense to go to PC World and say Dixons is selling the TV for this price? PC World are selling it for £849.99 and promise to knock an extra 10% off the difference for any store within 30 miles of a PC World.

Their price match promise is here.


Unfortunately not - Dixons is only online these days, so there won't be any Dixons stores within 30 miles of any PC World store.
#22
reddragon105
Unfortunately not - Dixons is only online these days, so there won't be any Dixons stores within 30 miles of any PC World store.


Ah -- good point. My mistake. Thanks
#23
el-beatle
Is this HDMI v1.3


frogbog
I think it is.


@ rhinopaul - i agree...i've just seen loads of issues mentioned on forums which are making me think twice about the series 5 samsung. What kind of experience have people had??


Yes, it is HDMI 1.3. Check out the AV Forums thread for loads more information on this series of TV. Yes, it seems lots of people have had issues with them but supposedly this was only from the first batch of TVs. Hopefully if you order now you'll get a revised one, and not one that's been sat in the warehouse for a few months.
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=733590


leighbeef
Most samsung lcds i have seen in the high streets tend to look blocky on sd and that is the only thing that has put me off as i really like the design,would this one be less blocky on sd as its a 1080p ? :thinking:


Actually the whole reason I've been looking at Samsung TVs in particular is because my parents have one, not sure what model it is but it's just over a year old, not full HD, just 720p, but they only watch SD stuff on it - still using a VCR bless them :? Yet I was still impressed watching SD Sky on it - excellent picture quality, so I went looking for a Samsung myself. Of course there could be better ones out there - you could go into a store and compare, but then it all depends on how they have them set up. Last time I was in Comet I had a good look at the cables going into all the TVs and they were mostly bog standard aerial cables (40+ year old technology!), so not really doing the TVs justice, but then the odd TV had component cables, yet were showing the same thing, so not a fair comparison at all. Perhaps you're best off acting really serious about buying one and insisting on a full demonstration of several models? :p
#24
bigintangibles
Ah -- good point. My mistake. Thanks


Yeah, it's just a shame that Currys, who bought them out, won't price match. However Comet also have it in at the same price and you can get 4% (£24) Quidco if you go through them to reserve it online, then pick it up in store. So you could have it tomorrow for £576 :thumbsup:
#25
Looks like it cannot handle 24fps which for blu ray though a PS3 and alike is a must. The 6 series is. I'd go with the sony D3500, v3000 or w4000 in ranking order if I were you.

I have a old samsung so I am not bias. I'm getting really tempted with the 3500 and 3000, but I keep thinking to hang on for a W4000 for £800 ish (it's dropped to 900 recently so you never know!)
#27
The Sony, for the reason I listed above. It handles 24fps which is imho def needed for blu ray etc.
#28
kamtheman
[COLOR="Red"]Looks like it cannot handle 24fps[/COLOR] which for blu ray though a PS3 and alike is a must. The 6 series is. I'd go with the sony D3500, v3000 or w4000 in ranking order if I were you.

I have a old samsung so I am not bias. I'm getting really tempted with the 3500 and 3000, but I keep thinking to hang on for a W4000 for £800 ish (it's dropped to 900 recently so you never know!)


Where did you get such info from??? Of course it can!! I have just read on another forum:-

"The set has been tested with 24fps Just scan via HD-DVD player and it ran perfectly."
banned#29
well, it's not as good as series 6 - you get what you pay for peeps!
#30
larusso;2358427
well, it's not as good as series 6 - you get what you pay for peeps!


Anyone aware of any Series 6 deals knocking about? :thinking:
banned#31
GibsonSt19
Anyone aware of any Series 6 deals knocking about? :thinking:


nope coz it's sooo good, why reduce it, lol

this doesn't look very stylish compared to some other models either.
#32

Since you posted that, I think you posted in nearly every TV deal, trying to tell us that your deal is the best. :whistling:
#33
Can this be used as a PC monitor?
#34
oh damn...this is getting harder. Just been to comet. They said that i can pick up the tv within the hour. So i rang Empire direct and told them to beat their price. They said that they don't have any sammys in stock, but they are willing to offer the sony KDL-40V3000U for £599 instead and this can be picked up today. Help me here pls!! what shall i go for? Which is better features wise???
#35
Blimey, even full HD tv's starting to plummet.

How much longer can I hold out for?
#36
sale
Since you posted that, I think you posted in nearly every TV deal, trying to tell us that your deal is the best. :whistling:


lol, true but im also after a third tv for our spare room i don't want to buy the same tv again so am on the look out for another one, maybe plasma this time. i only want the best sd picture im not high def yet.
#37
frogbog
oh damn...this is getting harder. Just been to comet. They said that i can pick up the tv within the hour. So i rang Empire direct and told them to beat their price. They said that they don't have any sammys in stock, but they are willing to offer the sony KDL-40V3000U for £599 instead and this can be picked up today. Help me here pls!! what shall i go for? Which is better features wise???


Come on guys! pls pls help me here!!!
#38
Pay by Egg Credit Card and get 2.5% back instantly, also try and go through Quidco for 3% back.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/editorial/eggdiscount/?camp_id=special-egg-cashback

Just go through Quidco to Dixons site and then copy and paste your Egg link, I know this method worked when people tried to go through 2 sites to get money back for joining National Lottery site.

Quidco = £17.67
Egg Card = £14.73

Could save an extra £32.40.
#39
frogbog
Where did you get such info from??? Of course it can!! I have just read on another forum:-

"The set has been tested with 24fps Just scan via HD-DVD player and it ran perfectly."


1080p/24 capability (PS3) Accepts 1080p/24 video signal, but judders

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40a559p-le40a556p-20080618120.htm

I do not believe it is suppose to, but can 'handle' a signal. Who want to runa risk of their player juddering?

Unless the specs quote 24fps I tend to avoid consideration.
#40
kamtheman
1080p/24 capability (PS3) Accepts 1080p/24 video signal, but judders

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le40a559p-le40a556p-20080618120.htm

I do not believe it is suppose to, but can 'handle' a signal. Who want to runa risk of their player juddering?

Unless the specs quote 24fps I tend to avoid consideration.


Are all bluray movies 24p?

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