Samsung LE46C750 - 46" Full HD 3D Ready LCD TV - £650.07 (with code) @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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A good £100 cheaper than Comet which was previously the cheapest. You can collect this instore for £699 or have it delivered for £50 less. Seems an absolute bargain for this TV which has excellent picture quality.
Sorry of this has been posted at this price but I cannot see it. Use the code 7OFFCUR to get this price. Same at PC World using code 7OFFPCW.
I have been looking at this TV for a while now and at this price might have to take the plunge.
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#1
how much are glasses ?
#2
Not sure mate. To be honest, I would actually buy this as an upgrade to a 5 year old LG 42" HD ready set just for the extra size and picture quality....3D is just a bonus. I just rang Comet (where I could collect from today) and they would match the store price but not the voucher price.
I went to the store to view the the LG LED deal for £399 that was on and this set was next to it. Difference was night and day to be honest. I was blown away by the clarity of the Samsung...been looking at it for a while. For me 3D is simply a bonus rather than a necessity.

Edited By: splinters on Apr 23, 2011 13:16: no 3d glasses
#3
Comets description states one pair of active 3D glasses included....might be worth checking but then again that would be £699 instore. probably still cheaper than buying a pair of glasses though. Not sure any of the family are bothered about 3D (I am the gadget freak) so not a problem...would just be fun to play Killzone 3 in 3D once in a while.

EDIT: The currys description also says one pair of glasses is included. Cool.

Edited By: splinters on Apr 23, 2011 13:29
#4
Good price and a hot deal. I'm still looking at the LG with cinema 3D (passive glasses) as it would cost more to buy the extra 3 + pairs of glasses when we have a couple of friends over.
#5
Monkey nuts 2
Good price and a hot deal. I'm still looking at the LG with cinema 3D (passive glasses) as it would cost more to buy the extra 3 + pairs of glasses when we have a couple of friends over.


Exactly my thoughts m8, a bit more outlay will save more in the long run
banned#6
I would pay a little bit more and buy the SUPERIOR Sony 46nx713
#7
horacevankhute
I would pay a little bit more and buy the SUPERIOR Sony 46nx713


and how much is a little bit ?
banned#8
deanos
horacevankhute
I would pay a little bit more and buy the SUPERIOR Sony 46nx713

and how much is a little bit ?

How much is quality ?


This TV wouldn't live with the Sony
#9
horacevankhute
deanos
horacevankhute
I would pay a little bit more and buy the SUPERIOR Sony 46nx713


and how much is a little bit ?


How much is quality ?


This TV wouldn't live with the Sony


pointless post, you buy what you can afford

so how much more is the sony, ?
#10
deanos
horacevankhute
deanos
horacevankhute
I would pay a little bit more and buy the SUPERIOR Sony 46nx713


and how much is a little bit ?


How much is quality ?


This TV wouldn't live with the Sony


pointless post, you buy what you can afford

so how much more is the sony, ?


Around 1000 - 1200 (PCWorld, Comet)
3 Likes #11
horacevankhute
I would pay a little bit more and buy the SUPERIOR Sony 46nx713

What is the point of suggesting sets that are hundreds of pounds more expensive? You did this the other day.
#12
Been looking for the price to drop on these for a while......don't forget you can probably get TCB/Quidco as well (£20) or so making it a possible £630 bargain. Good reviews on reevoo/avforums.
#13
Indeed, been too busy today to order...still in two minds as I have a perfectly good 42" set that will be worthless in terms of resale value.
#14
Well, when I bought a telly 2 years ago, I came to the opinion that the Samsung LE37A686 was best for me. I find Samsung goods to be very nice.

I think this is a good deal, so some heat from me.
#15
...and the "3D Ready" means I would require exactly what for this set?

Btw, I am also a fan of Samsungs. My 42" Plasma has given me great service & I have no complaints. VFM.
#16
Would you say this is better than the lg 42lx6900 that currys are selling for £499?
#17
Been looking at this model myself, although I'd rather buy from somewhere that offers a free (or reasonable) extended warranty on the TV. Do people just not bother when buying from Currys or PC World and cross their fingers?
#18
Code ends tonight apparently....mmmmm, what to do?
#19
splinters
Code ends tonight apparently....mmmmm, what to do?

I thought it ended on the 27th???
#20
Yeah ends the 27th
#21
Sorry guys, saw something on the site about offer ending midnight...must have been a different offer. These are disappearing fast in my local shops.

Edited By: splinters on Apr 25, 2011 09:13
#22
Oh well, gave in but everrywhere was sold out. Luckily the nice man in Comet matched the price even tho they were out of stock. Now watching Tron Legacy and the pc quality is amazing. Killzone 3 in 3D later for me. Just watched some movies from usb pen too.
Absolutely lovely TV, no regrets here for £699.
#23
Just ordered off currys and got this at £650.07 plus a 20 something tracked via quidco! Very pleased with the deal, but will have to wait for delivery for a few days. Many thanks!!

splinters
Oh well, gave in but everrywhere was sold out. Luckily the nice man in Comet matched the price even tho they were out of stock.


You obviously were in a rush not to choose the free home delivery option from Currys / PC World then.
#24
I am the original impulse buyer...if I don't get it there and then, I lose interest..
1 Like #25
Great set and picture quality, but worth noting these sets have a very irritating 'blinking' fault that has caused me to (as of right now) be in the process of returning it. They have to attempt repair three times (despite the woman on the phone telling me they can't fix the fault) Ah well - it's not me paying for a mainboard replacement at £150 each time!

Just thought I'd add, this is a great set despite this short coming, and you WILL NOT notice it if you AREN'T currently watching something that's using a HDMI -> ie. using component on Xbox won't lead to the 'blink'. It's an odd situation, and if it'll bother you I'd look somewhere else.

Edited By: DarkFlame on Apr 25, 2011 23:38
#26
The new active TV sets that are coming out, will they be compatible with ps3, 360 and BR 3d? Bloke at curry's reckons they aren't.
#27
Rubbish course they will be compatible. Im also going to go for the cinema 3d sets which Lg are doing IMHO much more comfortable and no crosstalk,no sync probs, no batteries and cheap as chips!
#28
Did you try a firmware upgrade 3008? There was a very loose suggestion that it may have fixed the blink?
#29
ring comet up and they will price match for you
#30
beavis2007 - Do you know this for a fact or are you just hoping/ guessing they will be compatible?
#31
DarkFlame
Great set and picture quality, but worth noting these sets have a very irritating 'blinking' fault that has caused me to (as of right now) be in the process of returning it. They have to attempt repair three times (despite the woman on the phone telling me they can't fix the fault) Ah well - it's not me paying for a mainboard replacement at £150 each time!

Just thought I'd add, this is a great set despite this short coming, and you WILL NOT notice it if you AREN'T currently watching something that's using a HDMI -> ie. using component on Xbox won't lead to the 'blink'. It's an odd situation, and if it'll bother you I'd look somewhere else.


Have you ever thought that it may be your HDMI cable? I used to notice my LG set "blinking" once in a while when I was playing FFXIII on my PS3. Got a new cable by chance, changed it and I've not seen it since.

Edited By: jk12324 on Apr 26, 2011 00:15: .
#32
I know this Panasonic TV is £100 more that the one posted here.. but I was very close to getting it and I'm just wondering which one is better and if it'll be worth me going for the Panasonic instead? (I've heard good things about it)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-TX-P42GT20B-Widescreen-Installation-Recommended/dp/B0040X37S0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1303163110&sr=8-2

Edited By: chris2010uk on Apr 26, 2011 00:44
#33
Not sure if mine blinked tonight...been having Virgin cut out randomly for weeks now...just for a second so maybe it was that. Hasn't happened since through a Blu Ray, plenty of television and a game or two so i am not too worried.
Gets any worse and it gets repaired/repaired/replaced etc.
Real nice TV set, hope I don't have to return it.
#34
Got this TV a couple of weeks ago, it's amazing! I've not had a problem with blinking or crosstalk, the HD picture is so much better than my Sony or my Bush TV, both of which are 1080p. It syncs with the PS3 so you can use the remote for your blu-rays. The 3D is cool but I must say games in 3D aren't really for me, makes you feel a bit sick to be honest. The internet and Allshare options are cool too, I've networked to my PC so I can watch downloaded movies through it.

I paid £739 for mine from Direct TV's but I got 2 pairs of glasses for that, I also bought a 1.4 HDMI which you need for 3D, that was only £15, I would have thought it would have been a lot more for the cable from Currys or Comet.

I would definatley reccomend it, I was a bit aprehensive about spending so much but am glad I did.
#35
If 46" is a bit big the 40" is £599 on Amazon

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

been watching this one
#36
I have this set, purchased at christmas. It's fantastic. Actually demo'd quite a few different models and the samsung c750 was the best of the bunch. Much better than the LED models and MUCH better than the sony!!!!! can't believe someone would recommend the sony nx, have they actually seen these side by side. Visit a proper dealer and test in their demo room. Youll be surprised at just how good the samsung is. This was replacing my Panasonic THX V10 Plasma and all things considered I prefer the samsung. No image retention or flickering on this unlike the Panasonic. GREAT DEAL!!
#37
These tv have faults. From the blink to the glasses loosing sync with the tv. The fix for this is to tape up the sesnor, on the glasses. I had to return mine. If you look on avforums there are many complaints about them, some have had 5 or more tvs. Great set for the money, but you could get some trouble.

BTW

The new samsung tvs do not use ir for the glasses any more

Edited By: Bacardi on Apr 26, 2011 08:10
#38
bought this a few weeks ago and thought I got a good deal at £725 from Dixons, picture is superb once you have played with the settings, especially HD - I got a free pair of glasses (in the box but not mentioned)

I didn't buy it for 3D, it's just a bonus really
#39
i bought this from comet a few weeks ago and its amazing. at 3650 its a steal considering a paid £800 ouch!
you get 1 pair of 3d glasses in the box but comets offers in store meant i got another 3 pairs for £60 which also is a bargain, mind you 2 pairs are kids but they fit adults and have blue or pink surrounds which are removable.
search on here for a matching samsung 3d player for £108 (not wifi) but donlges are £50odd quid or buy a long ethernet cable and hid it in trunking like i did.
#40
oh yeah heat added

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