Samsung LE40C530 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview £379.99 @Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Samsung Full HD 1080P LCD TV - 40 Inch
* Connect your movies, photos and music easily to your TV via USB
* Anynet+ lets you one-touch control any compatible Samsung device connected via HDMI
* 3 HDMI slots let you connect more devices in HD quality (Side: 1, Back: 2)
* Wide Colour Enhancer brings the true colour of your picture to life

Power Consumption (Max.): 190W
Power Consumption (Stand-by): < 0.3W
Resolution : 1920 x 1080
USB: 1 (Side)
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#1
#2
The review is for the 32" version. Being a different panel the review wont be relevant unfortunately. If it does perform well however, its a damned good price for a full HD 40" LCD!
#3
Also on Amazon UK
here
1 Like #4
Really good picture on this set. Got this setup with wdtv media player, use it to watch hd films and i think the picture is as good as it gets. Nice tv for the money
#5
out of stock from amazon.fr and the price indicated is 501.95 Euros ?!
#6
Cold as the northern wastes while this Sony 40" with Freeview HD is just 20 quid dearer, AND comes with a 5 year warranty:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230925667/Product.aspx
#7
nihcaj
Cold as the northern wastes while this Sony 40" with Freeview HD is just 20 quid dearer, AND comes with a 5 year warranty:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230925667/Product.aspx


OUT OF STOCK so not any good im afraid.

I just ordered the Sony from JL and it was between that and the LE40C580 as the 580 is slightly better picture but no internet TV, so I would look out for as deal on the 580 instead of 530 tbh. Still hot tho!
#8
I have had this TV for a month now and I have no complaints about it at all. Great for gaming, plays most files i throw at it and HD is absolutely fantastic!
#9
markpreston111
Really good picture on this set. Got this setup with wdtv media player, use it to watch hd films and i think the picture is as good as it gets. Nice tv for the money


Just plug whatever you're playing on the WDTV into the samsung USB slot and it plays. I have WDTV but its now redundant that I have this tv.

Picture is good but I also have an 8000 series LED and it blows this away. Still, good for the price.
suspended#10
mat297
nihcaj
Cold as the northern wastes while this Sony 40" with Freeview HD is just 20 quid dearer, AND comes with a 5 year warranty:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230925667/Product.aspx


OUT OF STOCK so not any good im afraid.

I just ordered the Sony from JL and it was between that and the LE40C580 as the 580 is slightly better picture but no internet TV, so I would look out for as deal on the 580 instead of 530 tbh. Still hot tho!


Its not out of stock, and also comes with 5 year warranty!
#11
Was able to pick this up in Comet for the same price on boxing day... so not a great deal. It is a great television however!
#12
was out of stock. i checked. appears to be back in now
#13
internetshoppa
was out of stock. i checked. appears to be back in now


It hasn't been out of stock, that was the 32" model.
#14
nihcaj
Cold as the northern wastes while this Sony 40" with Freeview HD is just 20 quid dearer, AND comes with a 5 year warranty:
http://www.johnlewis.com/230925667/Product.aspx

The Sony picture quality does not even come close to the Samsung,
#15
captaienjon
The Sony picture quality does not even come close to the Samsung,


Don't know where you get that idea from.
Both get pretty good write ups, eg. on HDTVtest.co.uk and the Sony was rated that and on various other sites while it was at a MUCH higher price than the Samsung.

I have a Samsung myself, and not particularly a Sony fan, but for the price and the deal itself, it's a no-brainer.
#16
nihcaj
captaienjon
The Sony picture quality does not even come close to the Samsung,


Don't know where you get that idea from.
Both get pretty good write ups, eg. on HDTVtest.co.uk and the Sony was rated that and on various other sites while it was at a MUCH higher price than the Samsung.

I have a Samsung myself, and not particularly a Sony fan, but for the price and the deal itself, it's a no-brainer.


The Sony is out of stock now at JL (32" and 40"). I didn't buy the Sony specifically because they had such poor reviews for SD output, I haven't checked this Samsung model but going by professional and user reviews some (e.g. Samsung LE40C580) definitely seem to handle SD much better than those Sonys.

Of course I'm now kicking myself for possibly missing a great bargain, but I wouldn't have been happy if SD played very much worse on my new LCD than my old CRT...

Edited By: wombat6025 on Dec 29, 2010 19:20
#17
thanks guys for voting hot
1 Like #18
I've got this TV, paid £450 just over a year ago from Richer Sounds.
I've been very happy with it..... a lot better than the rubbish unreliable Tosh i had previously.
£380 is a good price. Hot.
#19
Its £394 now. still hot tho thanks
#20
I bought this today (02/01/11) for £399 from comet. Its a great TV and defo worth the money!!
#21
Great tv, better than the sony mentioned above imo, especially for gaming use...You can get the C550 model with a nicer casing and a few extra features for a bit less though...
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#22
I have a new one of these for sale in the "Sale" section, at an awesome price! lol Check it out!
#23
dopeydog
markpreston111
Really good picture on this set. Got this setup with wdtv media player, use it to watch hd films and i think the picture is as good as it gets. Nice tv for the money


Just plug whatever you're playing on the WDTV into the samsung USB slot and it plays. I have WDTV but its now redundant that I have this tv.

Picture is good but I also have an 8000 series LED and it blows this away. Still, good for the price.


I will have a look out for an 8000 series LED then, I will still have to use my WD media player though as I have them in the different rooms of the house connected to my NAS drive which can only be connected via eithernet cable unless any one know away round this??
The Nas drive I have is the WD World Edt 2tb. I am looking for another NAS drive though as this one is now full.

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