SAMSUNG LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV £888.62 @ DIXONS - HotUKDeals
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SAMSUNG LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV

Voucher Code: FIVETV (5% off all TVs over £800)

3.2% Quidco

£968 - 5%Voucher - 3.2% Quidco = £888.62 (if my maths is right)

This doesn't come with any glasses. The next best option is the Vikings Direct deal with 2 pairs of glasses for £930 (£1000 - £70) ,assuming cashback is accepted by this company as I've never dealt with them but this deal is for people that might want to put it on installments and also you can get 1 free pair of glasses anyway from the official Samsung website by signing up and putting in your serial code (as stocks last).

This is the cheapest available. The only next best thing I would recommend is the Vikings Direct deal and if England win the world cup (which they wont) then you'll get another 3d tele for free.

Tv is LCD has FREEVIEW HD BUILT IN and has a 2d-3d Converter which I heard is really good.

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#1
Nice find. Heat added.
suspended#2
Nice price..
#3
I'm quite impressed by Samsung...I rang them today because my 2.5 year old 22" monitor has been playing up and they arranged a replacement to arrive within 2 days!
#4
cheers thanks. i posted this exact same tv for around 970 roughly no glasses and a 5 year warranty. the company wasnt that well known but it got voted cold in minutes dont know why but ok fair enough but how the ell did the argos one get on here today for 1200???? shocking.
#5
will this 3d catch on or is it a gimmic, just imagine the family sat around the tv wearing daft glasses
#6
ding
will this 3d catch on or is it a gimmic, just imagine the family sat around the tv wearing daft glasses


if im honest the glasses look coolish. there will be a lot of 3d content coming out and you can say they will proably push it out much quicker than hd. the 2d-3d converter is meant to be good and the ps3 is going 3d this year with a free firmware update.
#7
3D isn't nothing new. The Sega Master System did 3D gaming using the same active shutter glasses, except they were wired and not wireless. That really caught on...

As for the PS3, remember it will half the resolution of games. The PS3 will draw a indivual frame for each eye, doubling the number of frames it's going to have to draw. So don't get to excited about 3D on the PS3.
#8
ding
will this 3d catch on or is it a gimmic, just imagine the family sat around the tv wearing daft glasses


think 3d will catch on big time,but the japanese have a system that doesnt require glasses and that may be the winner in the format war imho-too early to tell-its a brave man who would buy one now at any price-there isnt enough content yet to justify it and 2 cartoon blurays isnt exactly a vast library-simply cannot understand why they didnt use an avatar 3d bluray to launch this technology.
#9
Of course itll catch on!

Anyway, im off to play my virtual boy
#10
iNSOMANiAC
Of course itll catch on!

Anyway, im off to play my virtual boy


that doesnt sound right
#11
I sat in Comet yesterday for a chill out while the other half browsed (no staff had time to bother me,) to watch some of Monsters v Humans in 3D?
I was blown away, the glasses where pretty eassy to wear and even though the lighting in there is rather harch to say the least the picture quality was fantastic and well the 3D was so much better than I have seen in the cinema.

Well done Samsung.
#12
3d will catch on but not with this tech - its out of date already - wait for 2nd gen which dont require glasses.

I dont want to wear glasses to watch TV, i dont need them for anything else and you do look a dick in them, if anyone is going to see you !
#13
checkley73
3d will catch on but not with this tech - its out of date already - wait for 2nd gen which dont require glasses.

I dont want to wear glasses to watch TV, i dont need them for anything else and you do look a dick in them, if anyone is going to see you !


How would that work? "2nd gen which dont require glasses."
#14
glasses-less 3D tv is years away. Sharp have it working on small screens (ie. nintendo 3DS) .. even the small screens have sweet spots so think about trying to implement this on a larger screen .. it just wouldn't work and the technology for large glasses-less tv just hasn't been made yet.

http://www.shacknews.com/onearticle.x/63129

There is talk of 'angeled pixels' which is used in the 'hologram' like images seen at the jap events last year but the res was very small and far from what people expect of glassesless 3D tv.

Personally, i'll be getting a Sony 3D tv by Christmas when the prices come down slightly.. i still think £2500 for a 55in Sony 3D LED tv is a great price.
#15
Guys, wait and try the panasonic or Sony offering before buying a samsung..

because from what I hear, at the mo samsung 3D TVs aren't up to the japs ones, and if you experience 3D on an inferior samsung, you will end up thinking all 3D tvs are rubbish, because you only tried a samsung.
#16
Don't include the Quidco discount in the price you post it at...
#17
when i went to watch avatar in the pictures,i wore 3 pairs of glasses to watch it in "9d"!! gave me a headache tho!! hoot!!
#18
Surely a bad time to get into 3D right at the beginning. The sets will be more expensive and inferior to later sets. Yes I know that always happens anyway but you always pay a premium for first generation stuff. Normally by year 3 or 4 its a lot cheaper and better. Besides I've only had my plasma a couple of years and hope to keep it at least a couple more. Will there be 3D glasses without the need for a tv? I.e. the screens are in the glasses themselves. If I've got to wear a stupid pair of glasses I'd prefer the technology was in the glasses completely. There used to be those olympus video glasses and surely the technology has matured now in order to get a better resolution into them and 3D as well.
#19
For many of us who wear glassses already, the decision to wait is made for us! Can't be bothered with contacts anymore.
#20
Good price. I saw a 3D LEDTV yesterday at PC world for £2500+ and it look superb, but still too expensive. That TV only comes with one pair of glasses. Additional ones can be purchased for £60.
#21
lol no way am i sitting there looking daft wearing glasses i did all that 1st time round and saw JAWS 3d never again.
#22
please buy this gimmick so the real LCD screens fall in price!
#23
wewontgetfooleda
lol no way am i sitting there looking daft wearing glasses i did all that 1st time round and saw JAWS 3d never again.


from your avatar it looks like you are still wearing them :w00t:
#24
ganticus
For many of us who wear glassses already, the decision to wait is made for us! Can't be bothered with contacts anymore.


Thanks for your post, I was wondering about this myself.
Personally I think that THIS will be the big 'stumbling block' for this technology. Any 'glasses' related application immediately rules out a section of potential consumers.
Now of course if they made the glasses so that they were not only active shutters, but also had an adjustable focus for each eye.....
#25
..My glasses look cool AND allow normal glasses to be worn underneath AND allow the picture to be adjusted via the glasses to accomadate the eyesight of the wearer

If people stopped thinking about 80's carboard red / blue glasses and went into the shops and saw today's 3D, quite simpy, if they were looking to buy a TV now, they'd buy a 3D one.

It will take a while for the public to be educated away from their misconceptions and bias based on information that is 20 years out of date...

My 3DTV is ASTONISHING. It is a big a leap as black and white was to colour.
#26
This is a good price.

My father in law purchased the 46'' version on Wednesday and the 3D is spot on whilst viewing monsters vs aliens. Im a panasonic man so will need to view the new VT20 series before I make a decision, but this is quite a good price!
2 Likes #27
lets get some fact straight here.

3D television i here to stay - its not a gimmick - SKY will have a full service running in the autumn and the gaming companies are right behind. Hence it will be successful.

Non glasses 3d TV is years away and might not be possible on a large screen anyway. even if it works those TV's will cost an extortionate amount of money whilst todays 3d active TV;s are not being sold at a premium as the technology is almost identical to any ordinary 2d TV.

You dont have to buy a 3d tv for the 3D picture - any decent 3D TV will be also be an exceptional 2D performer (at least as good as last years top of the range model and in all likelihood much better as the proceesing power would be improved)

The 3d performance of the active sets from samsung and panasonic give a better 3D performance than the cinema -

Samsung 3D tvs have a 2d to 3d converter which will turn any 2d image into a psuedu 3d image (the effect seems to vary but many people report this feature as being fantastic).

The panasonic 3d tv's are likely to be slightly better than the samsung models (however there are now series reports online of the rising black levels of the new panny plasma's) but are being sold for at least £800 more. I know where my money is being spent and its not on the panny.

this is a good deal for a very decent 2D set - throw in the option of being able to watch 3d then it becomes a cracking deal.
#28
The quality of the Samsung is superb. The only way you can compare these tv's is to feed them with the same source of material, and not how it's shown in Best Buy's new shop in the UK. I compared all those currently available with the same film (not the dedicated ones to show off specifically the Panasonic & Sony) and there isn't much between them. The 2d to 3d feature is a nice abonus as well, but is nothing like the 3d on a retail 3d Blu-ray film.
#29
FGEvans
lets get some fact straight here.

3D television i here to stay - its not a gimmick - SKY will have a full service running in the autumn and the gaming companies are right behind. Hence it will be successful.

Non glasses 3d TV is years away and might not be possible on a large screen anyway. even if it works those TV's will cost an extortionate amount of money whilst todays 3d active TV;s are not being sold at a premium as the technology is almost identical to any ordinary 2d TV.

You dont have to buy a 3d tv for the 3D picture - any decent 3D TV will be also be an exceptional 2D performer (at least as good as last years top of the range model and in all likelihood much better as the proceesing power would be improved)

The 3d performance of the active sets from samsung and panasonic give a better 3D performance than the cinema -

Samsung 3D tvs have a 2d to 3d converter which will turn any 2d image into a psuedu 3d image (the effect seems to vary but many people report this feature as being fantastic).

The panasonic 3d tv's are likely to be slightly better than the samsung models (however there are now series reports online of the rising black levels of the new panny plasma's) but are being sold for at least £800 more. I know where my money is being spent and its not on the panny.

this is a good deal for a very decent 2D set - throw in the option of being able to watch 3d then it becomes a cracking deal.


Have some rep. Great post.
#30
I saw the 3D offering from the major suppliers at this years gadget show and would put them in this order of preference (my opinion):

1. Panasonic
2. Sony
3. Samsung
4. LG (active 3D)
5. LG (passive 3D)

The Samsungs ability to turn a 2D image into a 3D was however impressive.
#31
No desire for a 3D TV myself, but this seems like a great price.
#32
What about kids? aret they meant to watch cartoons in 3D too... I dont see this getting anywhere my Kids...The glasses are gonna be the first to go...Does the Glasses fit all sizes or is it meant for Adult alone...? So If am watching this and I have Guest, we ll have to share glasses....
#33
http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/catalog/search.do;jsessionid=00005nRigrf_5Xdl8Y_ewmYRdDd:130mjq8ku?fkey=null&Ntt=3d+tv

isnt this the same tv with 2 pairs of glasses fot £851?

Its been posted for £1k before but its showing 851 when i go on
#34
is this not quite a good spec without the 3d?
#35
StJimmy
http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/catalog/search.do;jsessionid=00005nRigrf_5Xdl8Y_ewmYRdDd:130mjq8ku?fkey=null&Ntt=3d+tv

isnt this the same tv with 2 pairs of glasses fot £851?

Its been posted for £1k before but its showing 851 when i go on


that's ex-vat mate
#36
o cheers didnt notice.
#37
im pretty crap with tvs but after one myself. 3d doesnt bother me just wanted a nice looking good quality picture anyone got any advice.

this one looks good even without the use of 3d.
#38
barky
think 3d will catch on big time,but the Japanese have a system that doesnt require glasses and that may be the winner in the format war imho-too early to tell-its a brave man who would buy one now at any price-there isnt enough content yet to justify it and 2 cartoon blurays isnt exactly a vast library-simply cannot understand why they didnt use an avatar 3d bluray to launch this technology.


I think i read another post where somebody said about this new Japanese tech that doesn't require glasses.

I'm not saying it can't be done but thinking about how your eyes work i don't see how its possible to get this working well? I've seen many 3D screens at shows etc some of them are excellent..... but as soon as you move from directly in front of it them there pants.

so IMO i wouldn't hold out too much hope on NON Glasses based 3D screens that are good any time soon
#39
I saw a demo of this TV at lunchtime and yep looked impressive but 40" is TOO SMALL for 3D, really need 46" minimum or preferable the 55" model.
#40
I cant find anywhere round me demoing :(

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