Samsung LE40B530 40" Full 1080p LCD TV - £485.30 Delivered @ 1st Audio Visual - HotUKDeals
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Key Features:

Screen Size: 40"
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Tuner: Digital
Specifications
Video Screen Size: 40"
Technology: CCFL
Picture Engine: DNIe+
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: High Contrast
Motion Plus 100/200Hz: No(50Hz)
Wide Colour Enhancer: WCE 2
1080 24p Real Movie
Audio Sound Effect System: SRS Trusurround HD & Dolby Digital Plus
Speaker Type: Down Firing
Sound Output(RMS): 10W x 2

Features
Teletext(TTXT) 1000p
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Game mode
User Interface Intelligent
OSD Language Europe 25
Sleep Timer
Clock & On/Off Timer
Auto Channel Search
Auto Power Off
EPG Yes
Auto Volume Leveller

System:
DTV Type: DVB-T/C,MPEG4
DTV Tuner: Built-in
Input / Output Side
HDMI: 1
CI Slot Yes
Composite(AV): 1
Back
HDMI: 2
Service: 1
PC input (D-sub): 1
PC Audio Input (Mini Jack): 1
DVI Audio Input (Mini Jack): Common Use for PC Audio Input
Component(Y/Pb/Pr): 1
Digital Audio (Optical): 1
RF Input: 1
Audio Out(L/R): 1
RS232C: 1
Scart: 1
Design Type High Glossy
Color Black
Swivel (Left/Right)
Power Power Supply AC220-240V 50/60Hz
Operation Power Consumption 130 (IEC 62087 Edition 2)
Operation Power Consumption 80 (Energy-saving mode)
Power Consumption (Max) 180
Stand-by Power Consumption < 0.3W
Eco Mark Eco Flower
Dimension Set Size(WXDXH) with Stand 998.0*260.1*686.0
Set Size(WXDXH) without Stand 998.0*78.4*620.8
Set weight with stand 18
Set weight without stand 15.1
Remote Controller Model TM950
Batteries
Power Cable
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#1
banned#2
Great price shame its not 100Hz
#3
^^ my Samsung 1080p although a better model is only 50Hz also,. and Im well happy with the picture.

for most of us the 720p/1080p 50/100/200hz blah blah doesn't really matter. its what the picture looks like
and price.
#4
Good price, but shame about their 1.55% surcharge on credit cards.
#5
I have 100Hz on my TV & 100hz,/200hz is overated. Just a marketing gimmick...like 500x digital zoom on a digital camera
Whilst live sports looks ok, films look terrible. Films are supposed to be 24fps, & increasing it to 100/200hz makes a film look like a home video.
#6
hippo99
I have 100Hz on my TV & 100hz,/200hz is overated. Just a marketing gimmick...like 500x digital zoom on a digital camera
Whilst live sports looks ok, films look terrible. Films are supposed to be 24fps, & increasing it to 100/200hz makes a film look like a home video.


I have to agree, 100Hz on LCD's makes film-based material look terrible, like a hyper-realistic amateur video.
#7
too bad extra warranty costs a bomb. well actually guy, how importatnt is buying warranty with the tv? i've been looking for one but inclusive with 5 yr warranty richer sounds and john lewis are way cheaper than all other shops.
#8
100hz/200hz has a habbit of making most material look unnatural. Can be useful for sports, but certainly not necessary.
#9
I'll fourth that! While 100hz can give the appearance of smoother motion for sports and live action, it makes movies and tv programs look unnatural (almost like the footage has been sped up)
#10
does anyone have this exact model?and can they confirm how many HDMI sockets it has and if it has a USB port?

the specs above dont match with the specs on 1st visuals site

i was actually looking at the LE40B550 but i cant see what the difference is between this one and that....any ideas?
#11
savior1
too bad extra warranty costs a bomb. well actually guy, how importatnt is buying warranty with the tv? i've been looking for one but inclusive with 5 yr warranty richer sounds and john lewis are way cheaper than all other shops.

I think warranty on something like this is pretty important. There are a lot of things that can go wrong with a TV, and when you are paying this much money for something, a little bit of back up can be worth it. I say this because my last TV broke after 14 months, and I only had a basic year warranty, so I needed to pay for a new screen on it. I ended up just buying a new TV recently, and made sure to get it extra warranty, and John Lewis has 5 years on any TV.
#12
is very funny see people talking about 100hz like professinal I'm sure they can't see any diference between DVD and Blueray :) . BTW here is this country at the moment there is not need to be worry about 100mhz
#13
andycorleone
is very funny see people talking about 100hz like professinal I'm sure they can't see any diference between DVD and Blueray :) . BTW here is this country at the moment there is not need to be worry about 100mhz


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#14
caddy06_88
I think warranty on something like this is pretty important. There are a lot of things that can go wrong with a TV, and when you are paying this much money for something, a little bit of back up can be worth it. I say this because my last TV broke after 14 months, and I only had a basic year warranty, so I needed to pay for a new screen on it. I ended up just buying a new TV recently, and made sure to get it extra warranty, and John Lewis has 5 years on any TV.


A warranty doesn't affect your statutory rights you'd probably have been able to get it repaired/replaced if you'd tried
#15
vernall
does anyone have this exact model?and can they confirm how many HDMI sockets it has and if it has a USB port?

the specs above dont match with the specs on 1st visuals site

i was actually looking at the LE40B550 but i cant see what the difference is between this one and that....any ideas?



i have LE40B550 4hdmi and 3 yr warranty
#16
Not a bad price.
#17
The LE40B550 can also play things like mkv files via the usb port.
I have the 32" version of this model which was £100 less and i expected it to be a bottom of the range samsung. I was very impressed with it! It's better that my more expensive Phillips LCD.
Freeview quality is excellent with great colours and detail.
I also use my xbox on it and it's faultless.
For the price, this will be an excellent deal....and thats what this website is all about! :thumbsup:
#18
hmm so well inclusive of a 5 year warranty john lewis would have a better deal at ard 600 for a 5 year warranty then?
#19
andycorleone
is very funny see people talking about 100hz like professinal I'm sure they can't see any diference between DVD and Blueray :) . BTW here is this country at the moment there is not need to be worry about 100mhz


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I don't know what he's talking about either...
Maybe he's talking about oxygen free, nitrogen-injected, dielectric, gold plated HDMI cables? :prop:
banned#20
100hz is definately over rated.
My series 6 is completely unremarkable compared to supposedly lesser TVs.
#21
I was going to buy a 37", 100mhz for about £550, but went into Richer sounds were they fed 8 TVs from one blue ray player, and the LG 32lh7000 was unbelievable superior in picture quality with no jutering effect when scenes pan. I had to choose between size or quality and opted for quality paying £550 for a 32". Believe me you can tell the difference, the salesman explained that the latest TVs are like miniature computers and it how good their software works that can make all the difference between two identical specs of TVs.

PS
5 year warranty just £55.
#22
I realise the screen is not the same size - but otherwise, just from a quality perspective: should I be buying this one or the Tosh 37RV635DB (£479 at Amazon)?
#23
Shame it's only 50Hz :whistling: and they don't do a 120Hz model.
#24
i dont get the point in hz, if the human eye cant getting anything as quick as like 100hz theres no point for it to be in the tv.
i dont see why they have like 400hz tv's over 100hz and say they look better, they dont....

they just put it in there for names sake.
#25
owais
i dont get the point in hz, if the human eye cant getting anything as quick as like 100hz theres no point for it to be in the tv.
i dont see why they have like 400hz tv's over 100hz and say they look better, they dont....

they just put it in there for names sake.

That's the main reason I opted for the £400 Toshiba at argos instead of the 100Hz,1080p, etc ,etc . Sure it will not win me bragging kudos down at the pub but then with the pennies saved I'll be able to afford a round for the winners.
#26
Almost wishing I had gone for the Argos Toshiba now. :oops:
#27
If anyone wanting 100Mhz they should really wait then for 120Hz like the Samsung 2233RZ which is one of the few models that does 120Hz and is intended for 3D gaming (yes 3D PC gaming).

It looks like that Samsung monitor with a lower resolution of 1680 bx 1050 can really blow your mind with 3D gaming.

I might wait for these monitor/TV to get a bit bigger with 120Hz. The idea of 120Hz is to have two frames of 60Hz one for each eye.

PS: You also need 3D glasses for 3D gaming
#28
Seems to be at £485.30 now.
#29
Any reviews?
#30
£480 now
#31
vernall
does anyone have this exact model?and can they confirm how many HDMI sockets it has and if it has a USB port?

the specs above dont match with the specs on 1st visuals site

i was actually looking at the LE40B550 but i cant see what the difference is between this one and that....any ideas?


Did you ever find an answer to this? thanks

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