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Samsung LE40C750 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 200Hz Motion Plus Allshare 3D Ready Internet LCD TV with Freeview HD £649.00@ Amazon

£649.00 @ Amazon
Now also available from Dixons at same price & 3% Quidco http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le40c750-40-full-hd-3d-ready-lcd-tv-05270811-pdt.html?srcid=198&gclid=CPznn4-fjKcCFc0f4QodLmsqdg …
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Now also available from Dixons at same price & 3% Quidco

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le40c750-40-full-hd-3d-ready-lcd-tv-05270811-pdt.html?srcid=198&gclid=CPznn4-fjKcCFc0f4QodLmsqdg


Also available from RGBdirect for 6.49, however will prefer amazon.
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=111550

Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
Samsung LE40C750 3D-Ready Full HD LCD TV
Ultimate reality with Samsung 3D
Infinite entertainment with [email protected]
All Share keeps you connected
3D Glasses not included
Technical Details

Series
Series: 7
Display
Ultra Clear Panel: Yes
Video
Screen Size: 40" (1010mm)
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 300000:1
Picture Engine: 3D HyperReal Engine
Wide Colour Enhancer: Yes
100/200Hz Motion Plus: Yes (200Hz)
Clear Motion Rate: TBD
Audio
Dolby: Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse
SRS: SRS TheaterSound
dts 2.0 + Digital Out: Yes
Sound Output (RMS): 10W x 2
Speaker Type: Down Firing
Woofer: No
Features
Samsung 3D: Yes
[email protected]: Yes
Allshare (Powerd by DLNA): Yes
USB: MOVIE, JPEG
Personal Video Recorder Ready: Yes
BD Wise: Yes
Channel List USB-Clone: Yes
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): Yes
Auto Channel Search: Yes
Auto Power Off: Yes
Auto Volume Leveller: Yes
Caption (Subtitle): Yes
Clock & On/Off timer: Yes
EPG: Yes
Game mode: Yes
Skype on Samsung TV: No
OSD language: Europe 25 Languages
Picture-in-Picture: 1T PIP
Sleep Timer: Yes
WiFi Adaptor Support: Yes
Still Picture: No
Digital Noise Filter: Yes
Teletext (TTXT): Mega TTX
Wireless Remote Control: Yes
System
DTV Reception (DVB-T/T2/C/S2): DVB - T / C
DTV Tuner Built-in: Yes
MHP/ MHEG (version): No
Input & Output
HDMI: 4 (Side : 1, Back : 3) (v1.4 with 3D, Audio Return Channel)
USB: 2 (Side)
Component In (Y/Pb/Pr): 1
Composite In (AV): 1 (Side)
Audio Out L-R (Mini Jack): No
Digital Audio Out (Optical): 1
DVI Audio In (Mini Jack): 1 (Common use for PC Audio In)
Ethernet (LAN): 1
CI Slot: 1 (Side)
Scart: 2
Headphone: 1
PC Audio In (Mini Jack): 1
PC In (D-sub): 1
RF In: 1
RS232C (AV CONTROL): No
Design
Slim Type: Normal
Front Colour: Black
Light Effect (Deco): No
Stand Type: Quad
Swivel (left/right): Yes
Eco
Eco Mark: Planet First
Eco Sensor: Yes
Power Supply: AC100 ~ 240V 50 / 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max.): TBD
Power Consumption (Stand-by): Under 0.1W
Power Consumption (IEC 62087 Edition 2): TBD
Peak Luminance Ratio: 65%
Dimension
Package Size (WxHxD): 1210 x 740 x 170mm
Set Size (WxHxD) with Stand: 986.7 x 665.5 x 270.7mm
Set Size (WxHxD) without Stand: 986.7 x 603.9 x 80.4mm
Weight
Package weight: 20.7kg
Set weight with stand: 16.2kg
Set weight without stand: 13.9kg
Accessories
3D Glasses: No
ANT- Cable: No
Batteries: Yes
Instruction Book: Yes
Power Cable: Yes
Remote Controller Model: TM1060
Vesa Wall Mount Support: Yes (200 x 200
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#2
Ordered mine a couple of days ago. Should be delivered tuesday.
Anyone know where to get the glasses from at an affordable price?
#3
John lewis had the samsung starter kit at £110 before christmas. 2pairs of goggles plus monsters vs aliens 3d. I bought from there as i stood on a pair of mine after playing black ops in 3d. Which i thought was pap!!!

Edited By: gmdlogan on Feb 13, 2011 09:21
#4
Is this the same model as the LE40C750R at John Lewis, for £699? Not sure if the 'R' on the end is a different model?
http://www.johnlewis.com/230962785/Product.aspx?source=63320
#5
I think its the same model.
1 Like #6
Surely the JL one for 50 quid more but 5 yr guarantee is a dealio?

They also have the glasses for 59.95 a pair which aint cheap but it seems to be the best price going at the mo

Edited By: CharlieBravo on Feb 15, 2011 19:04
#7
wharf82
Is this the same model as the LE40C750R at John Lewis, for £699? Not sure if the 'R' on the end is a different model?
http://www.johnlewis.com/230962785/Product.aspx?source=63320


the end letter usually denotes the store that sells it, it can be ignored.
#8
This TV set is amazing - highly recommended!
Picked it up a few weeks ago for £800 with a 3D blu-ray player and 3x 3D glasses :D
3D glasses on the cheap here:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/3d-lcd-tvs/1412245-samsung-3d-glasses-34-99-del.html
Posted on Hotukdeals here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ssg2100-3d-active-shutter-glasses-robert-whyte-ltd-39-98-delivered/875875

Highly recommended!


Edited By: DarkFlame on Feb 15, 2011 19:11
#9
3D is crap, I've seen it in the shops, and if they didn't have the goggles clasped in those vertical stands you'd see that if you just tip your head sideways a little bit your eyesight goes into double vision. If you want to wear sunglasses to watch TV and sit vertically upright while doing so for a mediocre picture then 3D is the thing for you. Otherwise just ignore it as a passing fad.
1 Like #10
PSmith222
3D is crap, I've seen it in the shops, and if they didn't have the goggles clasped in those vertical stands you'd see that if you just tip your head sideways a little bit your eyesight goes into double vision. If you want to wear sunglasses to watch TV and sit vertically upright while doing so for a mediocre picture then 3D is the thing for you. Otherwise just ignore it as a passing fad.

Maybe with some TV's - but not with this one. I've been in the 1-30 region in terms of degrees and it still looks perfect.
If you're having issues, like Samsung support will tell you, it can actually be with your eyes rather than the 3D/Glasses/TV.

Edited By: DarkFlame on Feb 15, 2011 19:20
#11
get the one with the 5yr .. the 3d on mine flaked out after 6 months ,,,, was repaired no bother tho .. amazing tv
#12
I got this off ebay for £700 inc pnp with the 3d blu ray player and glasses. The 2d > 3d conversion on normal tv was rubbish, hardly any different. Never tried the dvd player as I didn't want to spend extra on a 3d dvd. I bought the tv mainly for it's functionality and decent spec.

However, I've since bought a 40" samsung LED tv for similar money (priced after cost of glasses and dvd player were taken off the £700) and I think the picture quality is better. LED is only 100hz compared to 200hz LCD, but the colours are smoother and just seems easier on the eye. Plus it has the wow factor when people first see it as it's so thin!

If you're more after functionality then I'd go with this. The record to HD is useful if you don't have a recorder already and it's been going down in price on amazon gradually over the last couple of weeks.

Edited By: will_0407 on Feb 15, 2011 19:31
#13
will_0407
I got this off ebay for £700 inc pnp with the 3d blu ray player and glasses. The 2d > 3d conversion on normal tv was rubbish, hardly any different. Never tried the dvd player as I didn't want to spend extra on a 3d dvd. I bought the tv mainly for it's functionality and decent spec.

However, I've since bought a 40" samsung LED tv for similar money (priced after cost of glasses and dvd player were taken off the £700) and I think the picture quality is better. LED is only 100hz compared to 200hz LCD, but the colours are smoother and just seems easier on the eye. Plus it has the wow factor when people first see it as it's so thin!

If you're more after functionality then I'd go with this. The record to HD is useful if you don't have a recorder already and it's been going down in price on amazon gradually over the last couple of weeks.

On normal tv the conversion has little effect, but on games it really works. Surprisingly well too.
#14
£72 more gets you a 50" Samsung plasma, from pixmania, delivered by Currys, and with at least 1 £50 pair of 3D glasses included, so really just £22 more.
#15
DarkFlame
This TV set is amazing - highly recommended!
Picked it up a few weeks ago for £800 with a 3D blu-ray player and 3x 3D glasses :D
3D glasses on the cheap here:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/3d-lcd-tvs/1412245-samsung-3d-glasses-34-99-del.html

Posted on Hotukdeals here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ssg2100-3d-active-shutter-glasses-robert-whyte-ltd-39-98-delivered/875875


Highly recommended!



Link is appreciated, I was about to pay £50 per pair for 3. £50 saved. Thanks
#16
While the 3D isn't fantastic, the 200hz TVs don't suffer from Samsung's 'Panel Lottery'. So you know it will have a Samsung SPVA LCD panel, which is the panel to have.
#17
bluespace77
While the 3D isn't fantastic, the 200hz TVs don't suffer from Samsung's 'Panel Lottery'. So you know it will have a Samsung SPVA LCD panel, which is the panel to have.


You've 7 days under the DSR so if you do get stuck with a crummy panel simply return it.
#18
this is hot....very good deal...and samsung all the way for LCD
#19
is this tv better or the 7000 one?
#20
great price!
#21
250£ more for 46" and more glasses at argos, im saying that cuz i had many vouchers
#22
Hmm been looking at one of these for a while now and have 150 quid of amazon vouchers burning a hole....

Interestingly the John Lewis one states the frame rate is 100hz which must be a mistake. My only thought about buying this now is that with the 2011 sets on the horizon, these 2010 versions are bound to slip in price over the coming months.
#23
rza89
250£ more for 46" and more glasses at argos, im saying that cuz i had many vouchers


Did you get the tv online through home delivery, if so how did you use your vouchers?

Edited By: JPS77 on Feb 15, 2011 21:59
#24
bluespace77
While the 3D isn't fantastic, the 200hz TVs don't suffer from Samsung's 'Panel Lottery'. So you know it will have a Samsung SPVA LCD panel, which is the panel to have.


If by that you mean the 2D to 3D conversion, then fair enough, it's not something I like to see even when it's a hollywood studio doing it. It's just not good enough quality and you're constantly distracted when the 3D effect isn't right.

But for 3D from a proper 3D source, bluray 3D, Sky 3D or gaming from a PC with Nvidia 3D vision, it should be perfect and outstanding.

Although still only £72 cheaper than my 50" deal which has been voted oh so cold. Strange.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ps50c680-50-full-hd-plasma-3d-tv-722-with-discount-code-pixvalentine14-p/875507
#25
rza89
250£ more for 46" and more glasses at argos, im saying that cuz i had many vouchers


I'll see your 46" and raise you a 50", for only £72 more than this deal, (£178 less than your 46"), see my post above.
#26
I have this tv and it's a great set. You have to let the tv warm up or it suffers from pretty bad cross talk (image blur on 3d image) the Internet apps such as love film and bbciplayer are also pretty cool.
Definitely a great budget set for entry into the world of 3d and a really decent tv for freeview and hd content, has the best standard definition I've seen on an LCD set.
#27
I have had that TV set since November, and it is great. I compared it to the LED version, and picture quality and backlight was actualy better on the LCD one. Unless you want to hang the TV on the wall, and need something very light and thin, the LCD one wins. Regarding picture quality, it is outstanding, in normal definition and of course in full HD. On the set I have, I have no issues with banding or backlighting. The blacks are very black, even during end credits on movies.
For the 3D, you won't get the picture jumping out of the screen due to the screen size. However, you will get a sense of depth, like watching a fish tank. Avatar 3D on bluray is just amazing.

I have connected the TV to an Onkyo AV audio receiver (5.1 sound) and it is amazing to see that sound and video goes via only one HDMI cable between the two, and is used in both directions (the TV sound goes to the Onkyo via the same cable).

I bought mine from John Lewis, since the 5 year warranty was included. They did a promotion two weeks after I bought my set, to include a bluray player, 3D glasses and disks. However, by the time they agreed to give me the same deal (within 30 days of the purchase), it went out of stock, so they credited me £250 instead. I therefore paid £600 for the set.
#28
Has anyone who ownes this tv suffered from the blinking problem that occurs?
#29
khan102
is this tv better or the 7000 one?

This one is quite a bit better. Slightly thicker but the picture quality is superior and has 200hz motionplus compared to only 100hz on the 7000
#30
nospamplease
khan102
is this tv better or the 7000 one?
This one is quite a bit better. Slightly thicker but the picture quality is superior and has 200hz motionplus compared to only 100hz on the 7000

thanks, did you actual compared the LED 7000 (which is above £1000 & this 750 model) if it is the 200hz which is making difference then why not to go for plasma most of them are at 600 hz and yes what about the electricity consumption comparison?
#31
khan102
nospamplease
khan102
is this tv better or the 7000 one?
This one is quite a bit better. Slightly thicker but the picture quality is superior and has 200hz motionplus compared to only 100hz on the 7000


thanks, did you actual compared the LED 7000 (which is above £1000 & this 750 model) if it is the 200hz which is making difference then why not to go for plasma most of them are at 600 hz and yes what about the electricity consumption comparison?


The 7000 is an LED, but as said, it's only 100hz. The 3D is supposed to be superior in the fact there is less cross talk (ie, when you can see the left image and right image at the same time as the two combined, which is annoying) however, I've seen both sets and would say the only difference is LED and the 200hz. Crosstalk varies depending on three things, one; the length of time the set has been on, and this seems to affect all sets. Two; what is is exactly, I would have said that the XBox does have some crosstalk, on Crysis 2 I noticed it slightly (at beta, however, may have been fixed?) Black Ops has none. On my 3D Blu-ray player (C5900) I can't see any, though I have once noticed a slight doubling. And distance, I sit less than a metre away from this baby, and if I can barely notice it, sitting three metres away will be fine.
#32
Won't these sets be coming down in price soon as the new ones are coming out with Bluetooth glasses
#33
Who ordered one and what do you think?
#34
khan102
is this tv better or the 7000 one?


7000 is better, but this will be far better bang for your buck.

Edited By: Satan on Feb 17, 2011 18:15
#35
My 50" Samsung 3DTV for £722 arrived today.

Freeview HD built in and 1 pair of glasses (worth £40 - £60).

This deal for a 40" Samsung 3DTV and voted hot to 350 degrees, costing £650, doesn't have any glasses. So you're paying an extra £22 to get a 50" over a 40", and that's a massive difference for so little money.

The 3D on mine is absolutely fantastic. I've just been watching side by side mkv files, played directly from an external hard drive, NTFS format, worked perfectly without a hitch.

The 3D effect on the 50" panel is the best I've seen. I have seen most 3D films at cinema and they're good, but the pop out the screen effects just seem to be more effective on the TV, objects genuinely appear to be floating in front of the screen. I've also experienced these same movies on my 22" 3D vision monitor, but the scale of the 50" is just a far better viewing experience.

I'm just about to try gaming on it, so I'll report back.

Also, it is internet TV capable, ethernet slot for connectivity. Not tried it yet either.

Very, very happy customer here.

And my deal got voted cold. I can only assume because some don't like Pixmania. I paid by credit card, if i'd had any issues with Pixmania, I'd have been straight on to excercise the full and equal liability my bank shared with Pixmania and sought a refund from them. It's a no lose situation.

TV is still available but it's now priced at £749, or with discount code PIXUKFEB14, that becomes £735, minus 4% quidco or topcashback and it's £705.60

£5.60 more expensive than the 40" when you count that the 40" doesn't include any glasses.

My 50" TV is £899 on amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004323OXQ/ref=s9_simh_gw_p23_d1_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=0RX1NG7D25B895M524HE&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467128533&pf_rd_i=468294

£849 at Comet
http://www.comet.co.uk/p/Plasma-TVs/buy-SAMSUNG-PS50C680-Plasma-TV/680613

and £849 at Currys/PC world
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-ps50c680-50-full-hd-plasma-3d-tv-07890363-pdt.html

Just thought I'd post that info here on this hot deal. Since my deal had been voted so cold, people interested in buying a 3DTV might have missed it, but might find it useful.
#36
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