SAMSUNG LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV @ DIXONS use code EXTRA6 £587.50 - HotUKDeals
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Your entertainment will be leaping from the screen at you with this cutting-edge Samsung LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV!

This 1080p television delivers an absolutely stunning picture with razor sharp detail, and 200Hz technology helps to eliminate motion blur.

Powered by the 3D HyperReal Engine, the Samsung LE40C750 requires a pair of separate Samsung 3D glasses together with a 3D source such as a compliant Blu-ray player to deliver a breathtaking stereoscopic experience! One pair of 3D glasses is supplied. This high-tech television is also able to convert your existing 2D movies to 3D using advanced technology.

Aside from its 3D capability, the Samsung LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV has plenty more on offer. A built-in DVB-T2 Freeview HD tuner means you'll be able to enjoy a stunning High Definition picture straight from the box, subject to available HD broadcasts in your area. There are also four HDMI ports, which enable you to receive digital quality video and audio from HD sources such as game consoles and Blu-ray players.

A raft of other connectors provides almost infinite entertainment potential! Feed your multimedia files to the TV through a USB port, or hook up a PC with the VGA connector. SCART sockets provide backward compatibility with older components.

Using the AllShare feature you can also stream content from your PC to the television. The Samsung LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV includes an Ethernet port for connecting to your network, and can also support a WiFi adapter. In addition, [email protected] provides an exciting platform for receiving high quality internet content such as LOVEFiLM, BBC iPlayer, Twitter, YouTube and much more!

If you're ready to step into the future of television, take that journey now with the sublime Samsung LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV!
Screen Format 16:9
Screen size 40" (101 cm)
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080 pixels
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) 178/178°
Audio Audio Power 2 x 10W
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound Stereo
Speakers Built-in stereo speakers
Connectivity Connectivity 4 x HDMI
2 x USB 2.0
1 x Component (Y/Pb/Pr)
1 x Composite-in (AV)
1 x Digital Audio Out (Optical)
1 x PC input (VGA/15pin D-Sub)
1 x CI Slot
2 x SCART
1 x RF in
1 x Headphone
1 x PC audio in
1 x DVI Audio In (Mini Jack)
1 x Audio Out (Mini Jack)
1 x RJ-45 Ethernet (LAN)
SCART connectors 2
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 4
PC Input 1
Audio output Headphone jack, optical audio out
Tuner Standard DVB-T2 Freeview HD digital tuner, DVB-C (cable - requires subscription service)
Double Tuner No
Functions TV text 1000 page memory
Other functions Eco Sensor
Samsung 3D
[email protected]
AllShare
Extended PVR
BD Wise
Channel List USB-Clone
Wireless LAN Adaptor Support
Picture-In-Picture
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Auto Channel Search
Auto Power Off
Auto Volume Leveller
Clock & On/Off Timer
EPG
Game mode
Sleep Timer
General Power consumption < 0.1W (standby)
Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Remote control, stand, documentation, 1 x 3D glasses
Dimensions (mm) With stand: 986.7 x 665.5 x 270.7
Without stand: 986.7 x 603.9 x 80.4
Weight (kg) With stand: 16.2 kg
Without stand: 13.9 kg

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#1
Does this come with glasses?

Scrub that. You posted the answer. Doh!

Edited By: Monkey nuts 2 on Feb 24, 2011 20:24
#2
#3
Should get very hot at this price imo!
Great set
2 Likes #4
the ones without glasses are coming this year, i would wait for that to happen
#5
3d isnt that a 70's thing? X)
#6
3D is for gamers. If you've got a PS3 and need a new telly it's worth a few extra quid.
#7
Voted hot 8), great deal but the prices are dropping because 3d glasses free is coming out very soon
1 Like #8
eslick
the ones without glasses are coming this year, i would wait for that to happen


Where have you read that?

The passive screens are coming out shortly and many companys are sticking with active shutter... I have not read one article to say 3d without the glasses is coming anytime soon... I dont even think any major company has this planned yet apart from Toshiba and there DEM screen was tiny, like 20" or somethin


Edited By: Crossy on Feb 24, 2011 21:09
#9
Great + 3% quidco
#10
Saw this in John Lewis today, wicked telly
#11
Great deal for a 3D TV. I'm tempted but sadly, don't have the budget.

Voted hot anyways.
#12
21 inch max at the moment but I'm sure someone mentioned they have nutted out much larger displays ... will let you know next week

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzZk03O06wE

Edit: Just noticed that it mentions a 57"+ display panel at the end.

Edited By: TheGimp on Feb 24, 2011 21:29: added text.
#13
My Samsung 50" plasma is terrific for 3D.. really good with some films and documentaries.

In gaming call of duty in 3D is insane!! You really get submersed in the game.

Content is extremely limited at the moment though and 90% of what we watch is still 2D.
#14
Cracking price for this set. Bought the LE40C650 before christmas whne this one was well over £700. At this price would have plumpt for the C750 over the C650 even though the reviews say the 3D is flawed with crosstalk interfearence.
#15
Crossy
eslick
the ones without glasses are coming this year, i would wait for that to happen


Where have you read that?

The passive screens are coming out shortly and many companys are sticking with active shutter... I have not read one article to say 3d without the glasses is coming anytime soon... I dont even think any major company has this planned yet apart from Toshiba and there DEM screen was tiny, like 20" or somethin



3D glasses free is in the horizon, the reason for the sudden price drop is because new technology is coming out in europe an that is 3d glasses free, theyve already released the smaller version in japan. Its a marketing technique they are using, if they were to advertise glasses free 3D no one would buy the 3d glasses tv sets.
#16
mohp
Crossy
eslick
the ones without glasses are coming this year, i would wait for that to happen


Where have you read that?

The passive screens are coming out shortly and many companys are sticking with active shutter... I have not read one article to say 3d without the glasses is coming anytime soon... I dont even think any major company has this planned yet apart from Toshiba and there DEM screen was tiny, like 20" or somethin



3D glasses free is in the horizon, the reason for the sudden price drop is because new technology is coming out in europe an that is 3d glasses free, theyve already released the smaller version in japan. Its a marketing technique they are using, if they were to advertise glasses free 3D no one would buy the 3d glasses tv sets.


And they'll cost thousands; they're powered by the Cell processor found in the PS3!
The tech isn't true 3d either.
#17
When do they charge your account!!!
#18
taken from a review site of the forthcoming toshiba glasses free tv

" In person, this basically means you need to watch the TV and keep moving until the 3D image catches – and stay in the sweet spot. A little head movement from side to side won’t hurt, but even a tiny step from side to side at 10 feet away can make or break image quality. Besides the dead spots this will leave on your couch where no one can experience 3D, it also restricts movement, which might be tolerable for a TV show but would probably feel like a prison sentence over the course of a two-hour movie "


looks like we will all be wearing glasses for a little while yet if we want 3d, i personally don't see the problem as long as they are comfortable for long periods of time and dont cause headaches etc.
1 Like #19
worth it for the 2d image quality alone
#20
Would love to buy this but would have to some how sell my 32' HD Ready set... hassle alone!
#21
Very tempted, but I do hear some people complain that there's issues with lag when gaming.

Either way it's a great price, voted hot.
#22
Such a fantastic TV for 2D, Im not fussed on 3D anyway.

Hot
#23
Terrier
Very tempted, but I do hear some people complain that there's issues with lag when gaming.

Either way it's a great price, voted hot.


Yeah (I own this set)
Without game mode on, there is a slight delay - it's not enough to really make you unable to play, unless all you do it snipe. Rather, it makes it feel "heavy", turning on the game mode or "pc" mode removes any lag, and all it seems to disable is motion plus (which makes the image 'smoother' but adds artifacts etc)
#24
Crossy
eslick
the ones without glasses are coming this year, i would wait for that to happen


Where have you read that?

The passive screens are coming out shortly and many companys are sticking with active shutter... I have not read one article to say 3d without the glasses is coming anytime soon... I dont even think any major company has this planned yet apart from Toshiba and there DEM screen was tiny, like 20" or somethin



this weeks gadget show, top 5 things for 2011

http://fwd.five.tv/gadget-show/videos/top-5/top-5-tech-in-2011


Edited By: eslick on Feb 24, 2011 22:59
#25
[/quote]

And they'll cost thousands; they're powered by the Cell processor found in the PS3!
The tech isn't true 3d either.[/quote]

isnt that what these costs a year to 2 ago
#26
Glasses free 3D.
Well kind of.
Currentrly the viewing angle is appalling & completely unsuitable for a big TV a family might expect to share - and they can't do 2D TV very well.

So really the answer is no, not on the sort of tech they have right now.
As mentioned Toshiba has launched some fairly small screen jobs and they were stupifyingly expensive & rubbish at being TVs (even the 3D wasn't much cop).
Specs-free 3D is many years off, if ever.

LG have switched to passive poloroid glasses 3D TV (which those cheapo specs from the cinema will work perfectly well with) but the screens themselves are more expensive.
You pay one way or another.

The simply fact is that stereoscopic flash really is unnecessary for good films or TV (who really needs their soap in 3D?) it might add something to gaming but it'll probably be coming and going over the next couple of decades as usual, each time a little better but still entirely unconnected to great acting, direction and writing.
#27
Gixxerman001
Glasses free 3D.
Well kind of.
Currentrly the viewing angle is appalling & completely unsuitable for a big TV a family might expect to share - and they can't do 2D TV very well.

So really the answer is no, not on the sort of tech they have right now.
As mentioned Toshiba has launched some fairly small screen jobs and they were stupifyingly expensive & rubbish at being TVs (even the 3D wasn't much cop).
Specs-free 3D is many years off, if ever.

LG have switched to passive poloroid glasses 3D TV (which those cheapo specs from the cinema will work perfectly well with) but the screens themselves are more expensive.
You pay one way or another.

The simply fact is that stereoscopic flash really is unnecessary for good films or TV (who really needs their soap in 3D?) it might add something to gaming but it'll probably be coming and going over the next couple of decades as usual, each time a little better but still entirely unconnected to great acting, direction and writing.


This guy has it 100%, here's how I would put it for people 'on the fence':
-> Watching TV, there is little 3D content at the moment on air/cable, Sky I believe has one or two channels?
-> 2D-3D works reasonably well with standard TV, it is exceptional with games (far what I expected possible.
-> There aren't a great deal of 3D films out right now.

So; to put it simply.

If you aren't a big gamer, this probably isn't for you. If you have a gaming pc, specifically a Nvidia pc, you can turn all games into 3D with '3DTV Play from Nvidia" which is great. Xbox/PS3 have a few titles in 3D, and I expect a few more soon - but the consoles are getting to their limits with 3D.
If you're only interested in films/tv, then I'd advise waiting, as the content isn't really here yet.
#28
There was a huge 3D TV that didn't require glasses on the last episode of the gadget show. Their predictions are that these TV's will be out in 2011.
I also was told and saw on the Internet about hologram TVs as there can be eye strain on current 3D TV's.
There is a reason for the price drop whether we know the reason or not.
#29
So, if I were to buy this TV. Would I be able to plug my laptop in through HDMI and play supported games in 3D? I don't see why not.
My graphics card is a ATI Radeon 5650 with '3D stereoscopic display/glasses support'
#30
Excellent set, bought it pre-xmas in the Curry's deal. Can't recommend enough. As said elsewhere, would recommend for the 2d alone, and audio is excellent
#31
Personally I like having a 3d TV - sure 95% of the time we just watch a very good quality 2d image, but on occasion we watch some 3d content (such as avatar on sky 3d at christmas or a 3d blu-ray) it definetly adds a cinema experience.

With regards glasses free - like has been stated not going to happen to large living room televisons at an affordable price point any time soon regardless of what the gadget show, Stuff or T3 - advertisement / hype building articles (thats all they really are) will tell you, the tech is not of a high enough quality a tthe price that will be charged for mass market appeal.

Anyway as far as this deal goes - a 40" high quality, nice looking tv for sub £600 isnt bad but a high 2d quailty, 3d capable tv for sub £600 is a very good deal. Just factor in the cost of extra glasses and maybe need for 3d blu-ray capable player if you dont have one. and dont buy into that rubbish about needing HDMI 1.4, most peoples exisiting hmdi cables will work purfectly fine, its only if you have an awesome surrond sound set up and 3D together you may require it (amazon or fleabay is your friend NEVER pay the silly prices dixons, comet etc try to charge you for cables).
#32
Just ordered thanks op...
Anyone know of any good deals for TV stands to fit this telly???
#33
cheapest yet great buy
#34
chelmsfordman
Personally I like having a 3d TV - sure 95% of the time we just watch a very good quality 2d image, but on occasion we watch some 3d content (such as avatar on sky 3d at christmas or a 3d blu-ray) it definetly adds a cinema experience. With regards glasses free - like has been stated not going to happen to large living room televisons at an affordable price point any time soon regardless of what the gadget show, Stuff or T3 - advertisement / hype building articles (thats all they really are) will tell you, the tech is not of a high enough quality a tthe price that will be charged for mass market appeal.Anyway as far as this deal goes - a 40" high quality, nice looking tv for sub £600 isnt bad but a high 2d quailty, 3d capable tv for sub £600 is a very good deal. Just factor in the cost of extra glasses and maybe need for 3d blu-ray capable player if you dont have one. and dont buy into that rubbish about needing HDMI 1.4, most peoples exisiting hmdi cables will work purfectly fine, its only if you have an awesome surrond sound set up and 3D together you may require it (amazon or fleabay is your friend NEVER pay the silly prices dixons, comet etc try to charge you for cables).
Do you own this set??
If so have you experienced any problems...
banned#35
Does anyone know how much the extra specs cost for these tvs ?
#36
Thanks Op, been looking to upgrade for a while from my 2 year old standard 40" Samsung.
Decided to go for this, even just for the 2D it looks a good deal :o)
#37
[/quote]Do you own this set??If so have you experienced any problems...[/quote]
Nope I own the 50" plasma sammy make which is very hit and miss a seems to be alot of dody one about - i got lucky. I have a mate who opted for this lcd over plasma as he couldnt trust his missus to not pause sky and leave it on a static image for ages while chatting on the phone. He is well happy with the set - complains of 'crosstalk' when wathcing some 3D images with excessive white backgrounds, but thats more a fault in the technology than the set.

As stated some time spent on Avforums can really assis tin such purchasing decisions - be ware that people are much more likely to post about issues or comlaints than they are to praise a purchase made.
#38
Very capable tv, great price - have one in my entertainment room thou not a sniff on my Panasonic 3D..
1 Like #39
have ordered... i'll be using a PS3 which will be going to the tv via an onkyo HTX22HDX, can anyone advise if i will need to upgrade my hdmi cables to 1.4?
#40
Have this TV and 2D picture is truly stunning. Got Packaged at Christmas with all Shrek's films and Blu ray player for £799. absolute bargain.3D is amazing too very emersive.
BUY you wont be dissapointed. Even looks good when turned off.

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