Samsung LE40R88BD 40" £554.99 less 5% egg card = £527.24 plus Quidco 3% = £511.42 - HotUKDeals
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can only use either EGG or £20 off using AW20 but i cant seem to use both together, anyone know how?

Few weeks back using the Easter code together with EGG this was available at £460, i missed out then but wondering if theres any other codes around that can be used together with EGG

The Exclusive LE40R88BDX, a stylish HD Ready 40-inch LCD TV with Wide Colour Enhancer, Movie Plus, three HDMI inputs and dedicated gaming mode

* Picture Enhancement - DNIe
* Contrast - 8000 : 1 (Dynamic)
* Sound type - SRS Trusurround XT
* Inputs - 3xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1xComponent, 1xPC
* Visible Screen Size - 39.5"
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#1
nice.
#2
nice price voted hot, I bought the 37" version (same spec) for £549 4 months ago.
#3
Is egg back up to 5%, was 3% last time i used it
#4
martyj999
Is egg back up to 5%, was 3% last time i used it


It is, but be careful as its now a voucher code at the checkout job, *and* you are meant to enter via the egg portal, thus reducing the possibility of getting the EGG cashback and the Quidco.
#5
Great price
#7
Price is misleaddin in title - should not contain the final price after EGG and quidco rather the price after the 20 pounds off voucher - ie 534.99
#8
Got one of these when they were £700. Excellent TV.
#9
maybe i'm just missing it, but i can't find the resolution? is this 720p or 1080p?
#10
lou.chou
maybe i'm just missing it, but i can't find the resolution? is this 720p or 1080p?


720p
banned#11
voted cold dixons have the WORST customer service's ever avoid dixons like the plague
#12
Good price, but just to clarify - this is not full HD (it's not 1080p), and it doesn't have an integrated digital tuner/freeview. Also, the contrast ratio seems to be a bit low. Even the older N series has 10,000:1.
#13
reddragon105
Good price, but just to clarify - this is not full HD (it's not 1080p), and it doesn't have an integrated digital tuner/freeview. Also, the contrast ratio seems to be a bit low. Even the older N series has 10,000:1.


Hi,

not sure what you are referring to but it does have a digital tuner - this was taken from the spec and is a good spec tv with good features, does not state it is a full hd in the description.

Digital Tuner - YES - This enables you to receive over 25 Freeview channels, subject to coverage, including BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC News 24, Sky News, Sky Sports News, ITV2, CBeebies and digital radio channels

8000:1 contrast ratio is plenty for most people, and for the price is a brilliant tv.
#14
This is a brilliant TV and gets fantastic reviews

Here

I have been waiting and waiting for my Bonus to buy one but have also heard that Samsung are releasing a new range very shortly also :/

1080p is hardly noticeable with 40" and below anyway.

Voted hot anyway as this TV is fantastic in all ways.
#15
rob200375;1810148

8000:1 contrast ratio is plenty for most people, and for the price is a brilliant tv.



Usual dynamic contrast ratio warning: it's a complete scam figure. With real measurements no LCD has over 2500:1, and most can't get over half that.
#16
rob200375
Hi,

not sure what you are referring to but it does have a digital tuner - this was taken from the spec and is a good spec tv with good features, does not state it is a full hd in the description.

Digital Tuner - YES - This enables you to receive over 25 Freeview channels, subject to coverage, including BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC News 24, Sky News, Sky Sports News, ITV2, CBeebies and digital radio channels

8000:1 contrast ratio is plenty for most people, and for the price is a brilliant tv.



Sorry, I stand corrected. It does have a digital tuner. I've been looking at too many TVs recently... I'm after the Samsung LE40M87BD and there is another series that is very similar to the M, but without the digital tuner. I thought it was the R, but I was mistaken.

If 8000:1 is the dynamic contrast ratio, then what is the static?
#17
Great find thanks!
banned#18
rob200375
and for the price is a brilliant tv.


Not sure I agree given its over £500. There's too many quality 1080P sets of the same screensize for the same cost which is why I voted cold. I'd take the Toshiba 37XV 1080P with 18000 to 1 contrast myself as after voucher and quidco that only £525 preorder from Play.com
#19
I've had and watched this TV for the past year and can highly recommend it. Yeah Curry can be a bit dodgy on occasion but they did me proud this time, yea it looks gorgeous in gloss black, yes it have a freeview tuner (not that I use it), yes it is 1080i but Plane Earth on HDDVD and all my SD films upscaled look stunning. You pays yer money and ya takes ta choice. Just my 2p
Oh and a friend of mine bought a Tosh from JL the other day and returned it 2 days later after seeing mine complaining about picture quality.
#20
I bought this 40" and the 32" version about 8 months ago and they are excellent tvs for the money. Got Virgin HD (well only BBC HD!), Xbox 360 and Wii running through the 40" and in my opinion an excellent all round tv. GREAT BUY!
#21
what voucher did you use on play. com as im quite interested in the 37xv regza @ £599.99
#22
http://www.dixons.co.uk/store_doc/rj/affiliate/wk41/page/header_google.png

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