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Samsung LE40M86BD 40" 1080P - £664.05

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
I've been watching this TV for a while now. With the 5% voucher (YAW744) it takes the TV to £664.05, which is the best price I've seen. There are other vouchers listed here at HUKD but they seem to have expired. Then there is quidco @ 3.5% which is £23.24 so a price of £640.31 after quidco.

It's a very nice TV for this price range.

Alternatively you could try to see if John Lewis will price match this £699.99 with the LE40M87BD* as it is also a high street deal (it's advertised as a March deal in store). This way you get JL's 5 year guarantee.

* It's the same as the posted model but has a silver strip, instead of black, at the bottom. It also looks better IMO. The M86 is exclusive to currys but aside from the colour change its identical.
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#1
Very hot for a good tv
#2
nickzadok;1751702
Very hot for a good tv

wasnt impressed myself - overprocessed, poor motion handling, lousy contrast - for HD and SD content
#3
royals
wasnt impressed myself - overprocessed, poor motion handling, lousy contrast - for HD and SD content


I take it you looked at it on display in a high street store and didn't bother to check any reviews then.

Show me a better set at this price
#4
awesome sets! great price too !
banned#5
nickzadok
I take it you looked at it on display in a high street store and didn't bother to check any reviews then.

Show me a better set at this price


Here you go...
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/5320383/-/Product.html?searchstring=42XV503DB&searchsource=0
#6
Already got one, nice set, paid £822 for mine last August.

No motion problems, just take your time setting the correct settings on the TV and you will not regret the purchase.

Have a look over on the AVForums website, a big thread there on what the best settings are.
#7
A fine set this is.
With settings from AV Forums the picture quality is superb.
Best value set I could find.
#8
having just bought one i fully agree with all the praise this tv gets.

picture - great , and that was even before i used the settings on avforums which made it even better.

sound - way better than expected after all the negative comments. watched a film and found the sound comparable to my old sony crt which i always thought had great sound.

also found a sales person willing to knock a few quid off to make up for the 5% voucher code working for delivery only

all in all, happy to have a new tv at last :-D
#9


It doesn't perform nearly as well and is nearly £100 more:whistling:

2 min search will find you this, fill it in and see what comes up
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/selector.php
#10
Picked this up at Costco for £728 with 3 years guarantee, comets matched the £640 deal but wanted me to take out 5 years warranty for £220, John lewis said they didnt have this model, so Costcos seemed best as wanted some extra cover,

Great TV whole family loves it:-D

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