Samsung LE40C750 40-inch Full HD 1080p 3D Ready £809.94 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Great deal I thought for somebody looking for a 3D TV.

1920 x 1080 Full HD 40inch
3D Ready
Anynet +
Crystal TV
HDMI v1.4
200Hz Motion Plus
Energy Saving Design
[email protected]
Wide Colour Enhancer
Swivel Stand

Full spec can be seen on the Amazon website.

Free Delivery + You can also claim your free 3D glasses from the Samsung website.

Buy a selected Samsung 3D TV and get a Free 3D Blu-ray Player
If you were looking for the perfect deal before joining the 3D revolution, you've just found it. Buy one of the qualifying Samsung 3D TVs below and get a 3D Blu-ray player free.

Take advantage of this fantastic offer before the 30th September.


How to claim a free 3D Blu-ray Player
1. Choose from the two Samsung 3D TVs by ticking the box next to the product below.

2. Select the Samsung BD-C5900 3D Blu-ray Player by ticking the box next to the product.

3. Add your chosen Samsung 3D TV and the Samsung BD-C5900 3D Blu-ray Player to basket by clicking "Add to Basket". Your discount will be applied during the checkout process.
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#1
I've got this model here (until Tuesday when it gets swapped for the 46" version of it) and can say it is a fantastic all round TV. From the SD up to the 3D using Sky3D's preview channel, you will not be disappointed if you purchase this. It comes with one pair of 3D glasses in the box and you can also redeem a further pair from Samsung using this link.
#2
Hot!!
#3
Honestly, i've tested 3D tv and it's a waste of time. Somehow makes it seems less realistic
#4
Personally I'd never consider 3d tv unless it was the "no glasses" variety. I think 3d specs will go the way of Betamax but still it's a good deal for someone so voted hot
#5
3D with glasses = fail. IMO
#6
people who jumped onto the 3d bangwagon for £2,000+ a pop ; just to watch a couple of sub-standard animated movies in 3d must feel foolish as funk.

the marketing dept's for baby shoes all the way upto laptop manufacturers acknowledge that the MAJORITY determine the success of their product.

sick and tired of companies trying to explain technical things (often incorrectly) to the masses, alienating the nerds as well as the average joe.

PS - havn't people been saying the same thing about every new visual technology that's arrvied on the scene with the same phrase?

''It's just like being there''

somehow i'm still not convinced.

ANYHOOOO... HOT FIND
#7
3D - Fail. I'd rather watch my movies in pinsharp 1080p detail than in poor 3D.
I agree it will die a death. Just another way for the TV companies to flog us more equipment.
HOT Price tho.
#8
3D Glasses not included


:D
#9
3D is cool and everything i have watched it adds to the experience. Don'y know what u r all bitching about.
#10
wot a waste of cash saw this on demo and thought it was such a gimmick and wil die shortly as the prices drop and the novelty wears off....
#11
isnt this worth the 200 hertz? i cant seem to get the discount at checkout, is anyone else having this problem?
#12
Better to get the Sony / Panasonic implementation of 3D rather than the cheaper option samsung have gone for.

They are not the same tech, and you are more likely to be underwhelmed by the samsung's option!

You have been WARNED!
#13
mykeff
Personally I'd never consider 3d tv unless it was the "no glasses" variety. I think 3d specs will go the way of Betamax but still it's a good deal for someone so voted hot

im glad im not the only one who just doesnt get it
why would i want to sit at home with 3D glasses on to watch TV?
yes for the odd novelty factor then its fine but not as a mainstream format
#14
great find for a great tv - however i am going to wait until it comes down in price or makes some leaps in the market!

still voted hot good find op!!
#15
yes i'm having the same problem it is not detucting the money of the bluray player.
#16
How do you wear 3D glasses if you wear normal glasses?
I dont think its for everyone yet.
Still, good price. Heat added.
#17
Shock
Better to get the Sony / Panasonic implementation of 3D rather than the cheaper option samsung have gone for.

They are not the same tech, and you are more likely to be underwhelmed by the samsung's option!

You have been WARNED!


Samsung use LCD shutter glasses like Sony and Panasonic, so what's so different with their implementation?
#18
I have a question, I can see this advertised on Amazon but when I go through to checkout (final stage) I get this;

Items: £969.43
Postage & Packing: £0.00

Order Total: £969.43

So how come the blu-ray player isn't free?

lol - It didn't work with the other more expensive tv either and it looks like amazon took a £1 authorisation out of my account for every time I tried this £8, nevermind I'll get it back in a few days haha


Edited By: AndrewRoss on Aug 29, 2010 14:40: clarification
#19
I would'nt mind wearing the glasses if they were a lot cheaper.

From what I've read, the quality without glasses is not as good as tv with glasses and you have to sit at the correct angle and distance. It's like them cards you used to get in breakfast cereals where you turn them one way to see the picture change. That's how if works without glasses.

If you decide to change to another brand of TV then you'll have to buy new glasses as they are not compatible.

There's hardly any content. The new Myth Busters is being made in 3D.

It's wouldn't be a complete fail if they didn't put a premium on the tvs.
Wait until $$$$ky start charging for it's 3D channel.
#20
We don't even have proper HD ($$$ky premium) in this Country and it was only a few years ago that some channels went wide-screen.
#21
I don't see the point. Is it all about showing off/ego?
It's cumbersome, and fatiguing and not the original perspective.
It's just a gimmick effect. Good for a one off in the cinema for a special film, but not daily viewing.
#22
Meh, 3D gives me a headache.

But I'm surprised at this price!
#23
A Which? review from a family who tried a 3D tv was less than favourable.
Nothing like the cinema, kids got bored, only background was in 3D and it was completely underwhelming.

Edited By: Bad Actor on Aug 29, 2010 19:17: To clarify this was not about this particular tv.
#24
I dont see why the op is getting so much grief. Its a good price for a topend LCD TV. (Read all the reviews) The way i see it - the 3d is thrown in for novelty/future compatibility. I can tell from half the responses on here that noone has even seen 3d on these tvs as the technology ensures it is similar to the cinema (and the sky high attendances for films such as toystory3 and avatar show that there IS a future in 3d) If you all want to be sour and bitter about it, then go and write a review on the 3D format as a whole on a tech site. Unless your comment here is based on this TV being a 'Hot UK Deal' or giving feedback about this particular model, im really not sure why ur posting here!
#25
P.S. - Its not that expensive format - this tv comes with 2 free pairs of glasses - will which inevitably come down greatly in price!
#26
Simran07
the technology ensures it is similar to the cinema (and the sky high attendances for films such as toystory3 and avatar show that there IS a future in 3d)


Not sure that's a valid argument. Sky high attendances for these movies were probably not for the 3D aspect. The Toy Story 3 film in 3D wasn't all that, based on reviews. Didn't see Avatar so can't comment.
#27
Just bought this with the 46" tv and the free bluray player which wasn't free at checkout. Phoned their customer support and after a 30 min argument with an American guy who tried to argue that I did get the promotion but they had added VAT on (!), I finally got them to see sense. So blu-ray player got zeroed out from their end. If the promo doesn't work, just buy it and phone them and don't take any poo.
#28
Dickytwo
Just bought this with the 46" tv and the free bluray player which wasn't free at checkout. Phoned their customer support and after a 30 min argument with an American guy who tried to argue that I did get the promotion but they had added VAT on (!), I finally got them to see sense. So blu-ray player got zeroed out from their end. If the promo doesn't work, just buy it and phone them and don't take any poo.


Thanks for the answer, I was wondering about this since it didn't work for me earlier.
#29
its a fail from every angle so far. it needs developing and that's never going to happen until the packages are similarly priced to this item and the glasses need to be inter-changeable between brands.

if we're having a 3d gaming party at a friends with 4 people and i bring my glasses round and they're as compatible as a tractor and a turtle. then what?

3d advocates need to stop pretending like we're shunning the format. we want progression, only when its long lasting and genuine.

i don't see it lasting like glow in the dark toys and electric shavers. some things just aren't for everybody.
#30
hot!

Im going for the pannie one though once it comes down in price!

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