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SAMSUNG LE40B530 40 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview - £399.95 Instore @ Richer Sounds

£399.95 @ Richer Sounds
SAMSUNG LE40B530 40 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview - £399.95 Instore @ Richer Sounds Seems cheap to me! £477 on Amazon £499 at Argos and Play.com Read More
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SAMSUNG LE40B530 40 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview - £399.95 Instore @ Richer Sounds

Seems cheap to me!

£477 on Amazon
£499 at Argos and Play.com
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#2
Been hovering at £400-£430-£450 for a while now.
#3
been that price for months at richer sounds
#4
Bought this TV when it was this price in the Boxing Day sales. Great TV and amazing picture quality with PS3 and 360 once the settings are fiddled with.
#5
I remember driving past local RS on Boxing Day when it was this price yeah, it had a queue of 30people going past many other shops lol.

I think I might be patient and wait for LED to fall more, current Samsung done me for for 4 years now.
#6
Soooooo many TV deals these days. It's because of new Freeview HD models appearing I reckon.
#7
Might be worth noting that if your getting or already have this TV, then turn the DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) completely off, will reduce the painful motion blur drastically.
#8
World Cup/HD is the reason, FreeviewHD was only turned on last Winter in UK and will be woeful in comparison to Sky until analogue is switched off where hopefully it'll get upgraded. FreeviewHD PVR's don't seem to exist as standalone yet, just in £2000 TV's,
FreeviewHD isn't even a year old market wise.
#9
HD Ready or Full HD? :p
#10
J_Staunton;8727654
HD Ready or Full HD? :p


1080p is FullHD
#11
londislagerhound
Soooooo many TV deals these days. It's because of new Freeview HD models appearing I reckon.


i think its more because of lower priced LED's and the emergence of 3d that the LCD's are on their way out.
#12
striker33
Might be worth noting that if your getting or already have this TV, then turn the DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) completely off, will reduce the painful motion blur drastically.


I was going to mention that as well, it's ridiculous that it is left on in the default settings... took me hours to figure out when I first got it why PS3 graphics were so blurry.
#13
HD freesat, HD freeview, 3D, cinematic screens - what will they use to churn the market next? Still using my 32" Sony WEGA - no worries,
#14
#15
got this telly from John Lewis. told them it was on at richer sounds and they price matched! got same deal as this but got 5 years guarantee!!
#16
Worth ringing ahead if you want one of these, was in the watford store today and they had sold out of this one.
#17
footyboy
got this telly from John Lewis. told them it was on at richer sounds and they price matched! got same deal as this but got 5 years guarantee!!


Which John Lewis? Was thinking of doing this too but they dont seem to stock it any more?
#18
I had this TV a few months back, swapped it for a Sony W5500 when it was on at Sainsburys, had them set up side to side and the picture on the Sony was better by a country mile.

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