Samsung LE40C750 40" Full HD 3D TV £873.05 inc delvery @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Use voucher code: TV899 to get this price!
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I believe this is one of the cheapest prices on a 3D TV.
Please do not vote cold just because you are not interested in 3D!

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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! 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!
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#1
Nice.. needs more description bud. ie. 40" and maybe model number too. The Samsung definitely IMO was the best 3D tv we looked at when we went to Dixons.

It also has the ability to turn 2D movies and games into 3D which I thought was pretty neat.
#2
Thanks for the advice
updated now!
#3
cheapest 3d telly i've seen....hot from me
#4
wow they are coming down in price, id upgrade for around 700 easy.
#5
good price but; you have to wear the glasses and not much TV is in 3D only a few films and the odd football match; am I missing something?? personally I would wait a few years. also the Panasonic is meant to be better but considerably dearer
#6
seen the panasonic and it was the one that gave me a headache at the Walky and didn't look anywhere near as good at Currys. Do yourself a favour and compare all the current 3DTVs yourself.. you'll be surprised how good the sammy and Sony TVs are in comparison to the others.

There will be 30 odd PS3 games in 3D by March next year. Avatar (the game) is already 3D (played it at Victoria station the other day.. awesome! )
#7
dunno what model it was I looked at today, but I really quite liked the appearance... clear glass and brushed ally frame, but was 'underwhelmed' overall... it looked like this one, but may have been a 46" I guess?? I'm sure it was £2100 :thinking: maybe that ws with a 3d bluray player, but anyway, I found (and only a 10 minute session on monsters V aliens) that there was a visible flicker from the glasses??? is this because they were underpowered?? though surely being powered from the display?

also the 'tint' makes everything else tinted, like wearing sunglasses indoors???
and then there was the wearing glasses full stop...
they are quite wide and heavy framed, yet they let in stray light and stuff happeneing around you.
a couple of the scenes were amazing, and I liked the 'effect' as a gimmick or individual 'effect', its very clever...
but just as with avatar at the flicks, I found the background heavily out of focus, and therefore tiring to watch, as I was constantly wanting to bring it to focus....

Sorry this is a bit rambled, just shouting out some of my observations LOL

will obviously reserve judgment untill I see some live stuff like footy as a film like this is kinda specific...

enough already... seems a decent price for new tech though...
#8
Seems a very good deal. Nice.
#9
IWANTBLUE;8853737
dunno what model it was I looked at today, but I really quite liked the appearance... clear glass and brushed ally frame, but was 'underwhelmed' overall... it looked like this one, but may have been a 46" I guess?? I'm sure it was £2100 :thinking: maybe that ws with a 3d bluray player, but anyway, I found (and only a 10 minute session on monsters V aliens) that there was a visible flicker from the glasses??? is this because they were underpowered?? though surely being powered from the display?

also the 'tint' makes everything else tinted, like wearing sunglasses indoors???
and then there was the wearing glasses full stop...
they are quite wide and heavy framed, yet they let in stray light and stuff happeneing around you.
a couple of the scenes were amazing, and I liked the 'effect' as a gimmick or individual 'effect', its very clever...
but just as with avatar at the flicks, I found the background heavily out of focus, and therefore tiring to watch, as I was constantly wanting to bring it to focus....

Sorry this is a bit rambled, just shouting out some of my observations LOL

will obviously reserve judgment untill I see some live stuff like footy as a film like this is kinda specific...

enough already... seems a decent price for new tech though...

It would of been the LED version UE46C8000 model you probably saw
#10
Wow these have come down very quickly, very good price

Although i'm not impressed at all with the 3D on this model with the TV/glasses, had a demonstration at best buy and i was disappointed, nothing majorly stood out and the flicker of the glasses is very annoying
#11
yeh cos no one wants them 3d is pants anyway u have more chance of selling sand to dubai
banned#12
Again it's very strange that 3D tv prices have dropped so much in less than 6 months of them launching

It was only 3-4 weeks ago they were £3000 ish
#13
TheGimp
seen the panasonic and it was the one that gave me a headache at the Walky and didn't look anywhere near as good at Currys. Do yourself a favour and compare all the current 3DTVs yourself.. you'll be surprised how good the sammy and Sony TVs are in comparison to the others.

There will be 30 odd PS3 games in 3D by March next year. Avatar (the game) is already 3D (played it at Victoria station the other day.. awesome! )


U are wrong,mate! Panasonic is the best TV brand in the world,proven by all test labs and my own eyes.And as about 3D-its just another way for companies to make money,nothing more. It wont be popular and prices will fall very sharply soon.
#14
I like the wife would kill me if I bought this today lol
#15
Anybody know why home TVs are using the £100 glasses but the 3D TV in pubs is like the cinemas, where you just need 50p glasses?
Responses other than "so the companies can rip us off even more" please, if there is another reason!
#16
mlythgoe;8855973
Anybody know why home TVs are using the £100 glasses but the 3D TV in pubs is like the cinemas, where you just need 50p glasses?
Responses other than "so the companies can rip us off even more" please, if there is another reason!


Different 3D Technology.

There is also a 3rd subset of 3D Tech where you don't need to wear any glasses. Unfortunately, this is years behind the others though :(
#17
Everybody please note, this is LCD 3DTV, not the LED 3DTV which have not dropped a penny in price since launch in April 2010. The LCD 3DTV definitly is cheaper since launch as the last time I checked they were around 1000-1100 range for a LCD.
#18
Anybody know why home TVs are using the £100 glasses but the 3D TV in pubs is like the cinemas, where you just need 50p glasses?
Responses other than "so the companies can rip us off even more" please, if there is another reason!


Please google active and passive 3D technology.
LG came out with passive 3DTVs for mass audience like in a pub, mainly for football matches.
Samsung, Sony and Panasonic work on Active 3D technology where the special glasses synchronise with TV.
#19
Hot deal. This TV gets quite a lot of love on AVF. See http://www.avforums.com/forums/3d-lcd-tvs/1221254-samsung-c750-lcd-tv.html
#20
Waiting for parallax screens myself. Give it 5 - 7 years and I reckon the first ones will start appearing. Now thats when 3d will really take off.
#21
is this the same tech that SONY is pushing for the PS3 and Bluray?

If so, is there any monitors with this tech?

(please dont tell me to google it)
#22
Rimi
U are wrong,mate! Panasonic is the best TV brand in the world,proven by all test labs and my own eyes.And as about 3D-its just another way for companies to make money,nothing more. It wont be popular and prices will fall very sharply soon.


I hope its fails like HD-DVD.
#23
I'm not interested in 3DTV. Cold.
#24
Gingerboy
I'm not interested in 3DTV. Cold.


Being interested in 3DTV or not isn't really relevant. You shouldn't vote something cold just because it doesn't appeal to you, if it's a good deal then people who are interested can buy it.
1 Like #25
first 2 comments - brings a tear to my eye to see an Autobot and a Decepticon getting on.
#26
Very tempted - HOT!
#27
mlythgoe
Anybody know why home TVs are using the £100 glasses but the 3D TV in pubs is like the cinemas, where you just need 50p glasses?
Responses other than "so the companies can rip us off even more" please, if there is another reason!


Different methods of displaying the video... in cinemas etc for example using the RealD 3D projection system both images are projected in the same frame but polarised in different ways by the projector (originally this was done by a projector with 2 lenses but there are now single lens projectors which can do it) and the lenses in the glasses are polarised in the opposite way so that the left lens blocks out the right image and vice versa, whereas with 3D TV's the left and right images are shown in alternative frames at 120fps (60fps for each eye) and the glasses use a battery because they physically 'black out' each eye alternately in sync with the TV so that the left eye sees the left frame and the right eye sees the right frame.
#28
I don't get this 3D TV hype, really don't
#29
Input lag on this tv is almost 100ms in normal picture mode. Avoid for gamers. There is a gamer mode of 40ms but of course that is at a cost of picture quality. Still better than samsung 3d LED sets though. If you want 3D for gaming the answer is plasma. 10ms input lag on at least one of the panasonic 3D plasma sets.
#30
good deal for a 3d tv, but its very early days for 3d tele, there is'nt much around for 3d viewing apart from a couple movies, i personally would wait post xmas, lots of cheaper deals to be had then for 3d tele's
#31
complete waste of money, wait till you can actually use it for what it is and i believe it will be the same cost as buying a normal tv when everything catches up with 3d tech!
#32
irshybar
good deal for a 3d tv, but its very early days for 3d tele, there is'nt much around for 3d viewing apart from a couple movies, i personally would wait post xmas, lots of cheaper deals to be had then for 3d tele's


Sky already have a 3D channel which is free to view for all Sky HD customers

Jelly Bean
complete waste of money, wait till you can actually use it for what it is and i believe it will be the same cost as buying a normal tv when everything catches up with 3d tech!


PS3 is bluray 3D capable, as are many bluray players. Just need to wait for some 3DBR's to come out (it probably won't be long judging by how many 3D movies have been coming out at cinemas recently).

Also there are 3D games available on PS3 and Xbox360 already
#33
These 3dtvs need to drop price quick to compete with normal tvs

Anyways 3d content is next to non existant - 3 blu rays in 3d

Give it 2 years around the olympics you will see it starting to catch on
#34
such a waste of time.
#35
This is quiet good actually. A 100+hz branded 40+", full HD LCD is coming in at about £600 anyway. For the extra for this it may be worth it if your really keen to early adopt.

I tested Panasonic 50" plasma at John Lewis and thought the 3d effect was excellent.

Also on the content front, whilst not much yet, if you have a sat dish pointing to other sats you can get quiet a few 3d channels.
#36
this is the best deal on this particular tele and that's what's important.

Things in response to others tho...

The 2D > 3D things is pants. It really doesn't work.

3D TV is NOT a waste of time. If you had one urself you would love it. They are REALLY amazing.

True SKY has a 3D channel. Not true it's already available (it's available Autumn tho and the preview on it is still pretty interesting)

The glasses can be pricey but a lot of places give them you free with the player and tv. Mine did.
#37
adeleandgaz
this is the best deal on this particular tele and that's what's important.

Things in response to others tho...

The 2D > 3D things is pants. It really doesn't work.

3D TV is NOT a waste of time. If you had one urself you would love it. They are REALLY amazing.

True SKY has a 3D channel. Not true it's already available (it's available Autumn tho and the preview on it is still pretty interesting)

The glasses can be pricey but a lot of places give them you free with the player and tv. Mine did.


The 2D > 3D works with varying degrees depending on what you watch. When I had a demonstration I could see some depth in a tennis match but on other programs you barely saw any depth.

The Sky 3D preview channel are showing full programs, eg old football matches like the Champions League final.

I believe Samsung are giving 1 free set of glasses with some of their 3D TV's, extra sets are around £100.
#38
Im gona buy this TV and get quido
#39
You don't get any glasses, that's disappointing. I already have a 42" Panasonic plasma under three years old. I'd like to move that upstairs and buy a 3D 46" set. I can wait a few more months. Around September when the nights start to draw in.
#40
TheGimp
seen the panasonic and it was the one that gave me a headache at the Walky and didn't look anywhere near as good at Currys. Do yourself a favour and compare all the current 3DTVs yourself.. you'll be surprised how good the sammy and Sony TVs are in comparison to the others.

There will be 30 odd PS3 games in 3D by March next year. Avatar (the game) is already 3D (played it at Victoria station the other day.. awesome! )


Where in Victoria Station?

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